Three New Trustees Join Good Samaritan Foundation Board

PORTLAND, ORE. – Paul Holden, Marc Fovinci and Bill Jones have joined the Good Samaritan Foundation board of trustees.

Holden is a senior manager with Moss Adams, providing audit, billing and reimbursement services to health care providers throughout the western United States. He graduated from Linfield College with an accounting degree in 2003. He is a former board member of the Oregon chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Fovinci is a CFA, a principal and portfolio manager at Ferguson Wellman Capital Management and head of the firm’s fixed income team. Before joining Ferguson Wellman in 1991, he was a senior officer for the Washington State Investment Board. He earned a mechanical engineering degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the University of Washington.

Bill Jones is a retired teacher who worked for the Hillsboro School District. He is a Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center volunteer and a former volunteer services representative to the Good Samaritan Foundation board of trustees.

The foundation advocates and raises funds for Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, which is part of Legacy Health – the largest local, nonprofit health care provider in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Founded in 1875, Legacy Good Samaritan is a nationally acclaimed, full-service medical center with renowned doctors in heart care, cancer care, neurology, ophthalmology, weight-loss surgery and more. Located within the hospital, Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon (RIO) provides comprehensive inpatient medical and therapy programs for adults from across the Pacific Northwest.

                For more information about Good Samaritan Foundation, contact 503-415-4700 or visit

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Contact Info:
Piseth Pich, Public & Community Relations, Legacy Health, [email protected], 503-413-7742
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