Tina Gentry has submitted her resignation as Four Seasons vice president of patient access and sustainable resources, effective Feb. 8, to become United Way CEO in her hometown of Beaufort, S.C.
Gentry, who joined Four Seasons in 2003, led Four Seasons through a successful rebranding in 2008 that aided the nonprofit in becoming a regional provider of hospice and palliative care.
She led the $5.2 million capital campaign to expand the Elizabeth House and build Greatrex Place Clinical and Administrative Services Building, the largest capital campaign in the history of Henderson County.
Chris Comeaux, president and CEO of Four Seasons, said, "Tina Gentry is leaving Four Seasons setup for incredible success for the future. Our donors, volunteers, and staff are committed to our Mission and Vision and Tina has played a large part in helping us get to that level of commitment."
"We will miss Tina terribly but know she will do incredible things in her hometown of Beaufort, SC," he said. "All of us at Four Seasons will be cheering her on in her new role, knowing that she will be setting her organization up for success just like she did for us."
Derek Groves, director of Marketing and Development, will serve as interim Vice President of Sustainable Resources until a permanent decision is made.
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