Patrick of Sioux Falls, SD (formerly Howard, SD) joined the Horizon Health Foundation Board of Directors in December 2019. Pat attended Dakota State University in Madison, SD and returned to Howard in 1967. Pat owned Maroney's Bar for more than forty years, taking over the business from his father, who owned the bar twenty-three years prior.
Over the years, Pat has held many leadership positions in the area. He has served as a Miner County Commissioner (11 years), former Vice President of Howard Industries, Board Chair of Miner County Community Revitalization (MCCR) and the Rural Learning Center, President of the Jaycees Club, Chairman for the First District Association of Local Governments (three terms), Chairman of the Democratic Party, and Treasurer of the Interlakes Community Action Board. He has also volunteered on numerous boards, including: Miner County Development Corporation, St. Agatha’s Church Council (23 years), Howard Public Library (38 years), and the Dakota State University Foundation (11 years).
Doug Eidahl is currently the Vice President of Regulatory and Legal for Vantage Point Solutions in Mitchell, SD, where he works on a wide variety of legal, regulatory, business and strategic planning issues, financing, mergers and acquisitions for Rural Telecommunications, Internet, CATV and wireless providers. He joined the Horizon Health Foundation Board of Directors in 2019. Doug holds a Bachelor of Science degree, Master’s of Public Administration degree and law degree, all from the University of South Dakota. He was the former General Counsel for the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission and CEO for James Valley Telecommunications & Northern Valley Communications in Groton and Aberdeen, SD before joining VPS in 2003.
In addition to his extensive career, Eidahl also has served on numerous boards, commissions and community foundations. He especially enjoys preservation of rural communities and economic development. Doug is currently serving on the Mitchell Technical Institute Foundation, Strand Kjorsvig Living Center in Roslyn, and Fort Sisseton Historical Commission. He grew up on his family’s dairy farm, just 11 miles northwest of Roslyn, where he continues to farm with his son and nephew.
Kelli, a resident of Canova, SD joined the Horizon Health Foundation Board of Directors in November 2021.
Kelli has been the Director of Marketing and Communications at Dakota State University since 2018. Prior to that she spent 15 years working in health care marketing for Sanford Health.
Over the years, Kelli has served on several boards, including the Howard School District Board. In addition to her activity in her church and local communities, she's currently training to be a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) advocate for Miner and Lake counties in South Dakota.
Jim, a Jerauld County rancher, became part of the Horizon Health Foundation Board in May 2018. Jim is a graduate of South Dakota State University, with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. A third-generation rancher, Jim has been co-owner of Firesteel Ranch near Wessington Springs for over 50 years. Today, his sons manage the ranch, and he and his brother remain involved in semi-retired roles.
In addition to his farming career, Jim spent 27 years in the National Guard, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. He served two years in the state Senate, and 10 years in the state Legislature, during which he served as an assistant minority leader. He served 18 years as a Public Utilities Commissioner and served as chairman of the electricity committee of the National PUC Commissioners. In this role, he was a strong advocate for the development of wind energy in South Dakota. Given his passion for public utilities, Jim has been involved in many National Association of Regulatory Utility Commission (NARUC) committees and served on their board of directors. He has also served on advisory boards for the National Regulatory Research Institute, Electric Power Research Institute, and New Mexico State Forum.
In South Dakota, Jim has had a lifelong association with the South Dakota 4-H and served as chair of the South Dakota 4-H Foundation. He has also served as a board member for South Dakota Corn Growers and has previously served as Board of Director of South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Board of Director/Treasurer of South Dakota Retailer’s Association. From 2009-2017, Jim served as chair of the State Farm Service Agency Committee.
Locally in Wessington Springs, Jim is a member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church, a past Mayor in the community, a Farmers Union member, and a member of the Wessington Springs School Board.
Tom is the Community Relations Manager of South Dakota and Nebraska for NorthWestern Energy. He has worked in media, communications and public relations for 25 years and has been with NorthWestern Energy since 2005.
The Glanzer family owns a photography and video production studio, LakeHaus Productions, located in Huron, and they breed, train and raise Vizsla hunting dogs at their kennel LakeHaus Vizslas. The family is also involved in their family pheasant farm, H-D Ringnecks, where they raise over 12,000 pheasants, quail and other game birds.
He is married to Stephanie and they have 3 children. Maxim (19), who is currently serving at a house building mission in the Baja California region of Mexico, Brecken (15) a sophomore at Huron High School and daughter, Kolby, a 7th grader at James Valley Christian. The Glanzers live on the west shores of Lake Byron north of Huron, South Dakota.
Carrie, a resident of Woonsocket, SD joined the Horizon Health Foundation Board in January 2022.
Carrie is the editor of the Sanborn Weekly Journal, as well as the co-owner of Dumont Boutique and Co. She is a graduate of South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Secondary Education with Spanish and History minors.
In addition to her career, Carrie has served as the President of the Woonsocket Elementary Parents club for seven years, 2nd Vice-President of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 29, coordinates two blood drives in Woonsocket every year, and is a current board member of the Woonsocket Booster Club.
Lorinda, a resident of De Smet, SD joined the Horizon Health Foundation Board of Directors in 2022.
As a previous provider for Horizon Health Care, Holland spent over 24 years serving the Bryant and De Smet communities and providing them with quality health care. In December 2021, she transitioned into a PRN role to continue serving the area as needed.
Over the years, Holland has volunteered as a Sunday school teacher and at the local Cancer Walk, her church board, the De Smet Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, and the Bryant Cinema. She’s also been an emergency response provider at the De Smet Memorial Hospital since 1997.
Dennis Nelsen, a resident of Vermillion, SD, was appointed to the Horizon Foundation Board of Directors in June 2022. He is currently a Horizon Health Care, Inc. Board of Directors member serving as Treasurer and a member of the Finance and Executive Committees.
Prior to Horizon Health Care, he was a member of the All Points Clinic (Union County, SD) Board of Directors. He previously served in medical staff administration for Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City, IA for 22 years. He was on the Mercy Board of Directors Performance Improvement Committee.
He has also served as City Administrator for the cities of Freeman and Elk Point, SD prior to his retirement, and he currently serves on the Scottish Rite of South Dakota Foundation Board of Directors and as a Deacon with his local church.
Tracy joined Horizon in April 2016 to lead the newly established Horizon Health Foundation as Foundation Director. Tracy has over 20 years of fundraising experience and oversees all policies, objectives, and initiatives regarding the Horizon Health Foundation to maximize funding and develop goals and strategies for all fundraising campaigns.
Tracy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Management from Ashford University and served as a Foundation Director for a local hospital foundation prior to joining Horizon. Tracy also has been employed as a Capital Campaign Director and Development Officer in higher education fundraising.Email Tracy
Brianna Mae Feldhaus
Brianna Mae joined Horizon in August 2015 as a Recruiter for the Human Resource Department and transitioned in the spring of 2019 to the Horizon Health Foundation as a Fundraising Officer. With the growth of the Foundation, Brianna Mae is responsible for leading and continuing to develop the annual fundraising programs, as well as maintaining relationships with current and new donors to the Foundation.
Brianna Mae holds a Master’s degree from the University of Kansas in Higher Education and Policy Administration. She earned her undergraduate degree in Communication Studies and Criminal Justice from the University of South Dakota, with a minor in Spanish.E-mail Brianna
Adam joined Horizon in the fall of 2016 as the Horizon Health Foundation’s Foundation Database/Development Assistant. With the recent launch of the Foundation’s fundraising efforts, Adam is responsible for recording and maintaining gift and donor records, as well as the development and production of financial reports and projections.
Prior to Horizon, Adam has had over ten years of experience in the financial industry.
Marcia Sherman joined Horizon Health Foundation in March 2021 as a part-time Administrative Assistant.
Marcia comes to Horizon with over 40 years of experience in office management, administration, and local government services. Most notably she has done well over 412 meeting agendas/minutes in her career. She will be a very valuable part of our team working with our Foundation Board of Directors, policies, procedures, and supporting donor relationships.