Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation Names Three New Board Members

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Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation Names Three New Board Members

Jennifer Brancaccio, Mark Cook and Jeremy Hurd have been elected to the Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation Board of Directors.

A Florida State graduate, Jennifer Brancaccio is the Market President (SE Florida & the Keys) for Iberiabank. She is actively involved with the United Way of Palm Beach County, serving on the Community Impact Committee and the Women’s Leadership Council. She also volunteers with other charity organizations in Palm Beach County including Habitat for Humanity and the American Heart Association.

Mark Cook is President of Royal Palm Management, Inc., a commercial property management firm. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Cook also serves on the Boards for the Town of Palm Beach United Way, South Florida PBS, the American Cancer Society, the Palm Beach Civic Association and the Palm Healthcare Foundation.

Jeremy Hurd is EMS Captain of the Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. A graduate of Bob Jones University, he serves on the Board for The Florian Program and volunteers with such organizations as Christ Fellowship, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Children’s Home Society and the Big Heart Brigade.

“We’re honored that Jennifer, Mark and Jeremy have agreed to join our Board,” said Greg Leach, Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation President. “We will benefit greatly from the insight and perspective they have garnered from years of dedicated community service.”

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