Board of Directors
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Board of Directors

Like the hospital, the Foundation is guided by an all-volunteer Board of Directors who represent the communities served by Harrison Medical Center. These volunteers chart the long-range course of the Foundation—working always to serve the medical center through community outreach activities. Additionally, these volunteers ensure that the Foundation is administered effectively and donors' interests are served. They are also ambassadors for Harrison in the communities they live and work.



 Norton, Ray                                  

Harrison Medical Center is our community’s dominate health care provider and has been since before I was born at Harrison in the mid-1950’s. While the Medical Center’s sole reason for existing is to provide for our well-being, it is continually beset with challenges from sources outside of its control that constrain its ability to perform its mission of providing the exceptional medical care we all expect when we visit. By serving on the Board of the Medical Center Foundation I am able to, in a meaningful way, assist the Medical Center in its efforts to provide exceptional medical care to our community.”



Ray Norton, President

Poulsbo resident Ray Norton has served on the Foundation’s board of directors since June 2008 and currently serves as treasurer. Ray Norton is the President and CEO of The Impressions Group, Inc., a marketing and fulfillment services company headquartered in Poulsbo. Ray was born and raised in Bremerton and served as Chairman of the Bremerton Planning Commission and Vice-President of the Bremerton Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he served for three years as Chairman of the Board for the Columbia Tower Club in Seattle and as President, for two years, of the Northwest Promotional Marketing Association. He is a lifetime member of the U.S. Navy League, University of Washington Alumni Association and Bremerton Yacht Club.


Carolyn Frame

Carolyn Frame



Shaun Guerrero

Shaun Guerrero

A lifetime resident of Kitsap County, Shaun is a husband and father of two and professionally has designed a 10 year career in residential mortgage lending. Some special moments in his career include being recognized in National Mortgage Professional Magazine and the Puget Sound Business Journal as one of the 40 most influential Professionals under 40. He is a three-time winner of Seattle Magazine’s Five Star Mortgage Professional and in 2012 Shaun was named Kitsap County’s Best Loan Officer awarded by the readers of the Central Kitsap Reporter. Shaun is a Sales Manager for Guild Mortgage Company in Silverdale Washington. In addition he serves as a Board member on The Harrison Medical Center Foundation and Blanket Coverage, The Richard Sherman Family Foundation.

Kenney, John

John Kenney, Treasurer

Mr. Kenney has nearly 15 years helping families, individuals and business owners with estate planning, asset protection, wealth preservation and transfer and tax minimization.

A sough after expert, Mr. Kenney is the author of several articles and has presented nearly a hundred seminars throughout the country to audiences of potiential clients and his contemporaries in the legal and tax field.

Mr. Kenney serves as a Commander in the US Navy JAG Corps currently as a Deputy Staff Judge Advocate for the Navy Region Northwest Reserve Component Command.

Chris King, MD                              

“To serve this region, Harrison Medical Center has got to be a great medical center. When I came to Harrison Medical Center, I knew that I wanted to get involved with the Foundation to help facilitate charitable giving to the hospital in order to support an infrastructure that not only took good care of patients and their families, but also employees – doctors and nurses – so that we could retain outstanding health care providers while providing outstanding care to our community.”

R. Chris King, MD, FACS

Dr. Chris King is a Cardiothoracic surgeon who joined the Foundation board in 2006. He is board certified in General and Thoracic Surgeries and his specialties include cardiothoracic surgery, cardiovascular surgery and thoracic surgery. Dr. King is a Harrison HealthPartner provider and currently serving as the Chief of Surgical Specialties until his term ends on June 2014.  At that time he will start serving a 2-year term as Chief of Surgery. 


Bruce MacDonald


“Having served in the military for many years, I understand the value of service and sacrifice on behalf of the people of our great nation.  Having returned to the Kitsap Peninsula upon retirement in 2009, my family and I saw first-hand that same spirit of service and dedication among the doctors, nurses, administrators and volunteers of Harrison Hospital.  As a member of the Foundation’s board of directors, I’m thrilled to be a part of an organization committed to improving the health and quality of life of people in our community.” 

Bruce MacDonald

Bruce MacDonald is a retired United States Navy vice admiral who last served as the 40th Judge Advocate General of the Navy from 2006 to 2009. Over his 31 year Navy career, he served in numerous operational and international law assignments, both at home and abroad.  In 2010, Bruce was appointed to the Senior Executive Service by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, and served for three years as Convening Authority for the Office of Military Commissions.  He joined Applied Technical Systems, a data analytics, management and software development services company, in 2013, where he currently serves as its President and Chief Operating Officer.



 Miller, Mike                           

  “The quality and strength of a community can be measured by the support of those who live and work in that community. My support of Harrison is a direct result of my belief that strong communities make great places to live, work, and raise a family.”

Mike Miller, Past-President

Bremerton resident Mike Miller joined the board in 2004. Mike is a Senior Principal at Rice Fergus Miller architects in Bremerton, leading the firm’s practice in senior housing, hospitality, and healthcare design. Mike has architectural degrees from both the University of Washington and the University of Oregon and has certification from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. In addition to serving on the Foundation Board, Mike served for a short period on the Medical Center Board.



Nelson, Orrin
Orrin Nelson, Secretary

Port Orchard resident Orrin Nelson joined the board in 2006.


Page, Joy                                  

"Having been born and raised in Bremerton, it is important for me and my family to give back to our community.  Each of us, at some point in our lives, will need the care provided by Harrison Medical Center and knowing the increasing budgetary restraints that the hospital is put under and will continue to be put under, it is in our best interest to help in any way to assist the hospital to provide exceptional medical care.  The foundation provides money to programs and services that may not otherwise be funded, but which helps the medical center meet its’ mission of “making a positive difference in people's lives through exceptional healthcare."

Joy Page

Joy Page was born at Harrison Hospital and raised in Bremerton.  Joy is the Vice President of Boxlight, a manufacturer and wholesaler of projection equiment worldwide. She has served on the board of Kitsap County United Way (serving two years as President) and the Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce Board.  Currently Joy serves on the West Sound Human Resources Management Association as Foundation Director.


Dr. Jennifer Quimby                                   

"Harrison Medical Center is where I choose to bring my patients.  They provide excellent care for women and offer cutting edge obstetric surgery options through the use of the da Vinci Surgery Robot."

Dr. Jennifer Quimby

Dr. Quimby is Poulsbo resident who joined the Foundation board in 2013.  She is a community OBGYN who exclusively uses Harrison Medical Center for her patient and a strong community health advocate who participates in helping women obtain health care by serving on the community group overseeing the Women's Health Screening Fund.


Rankin, Susie                            

Harrison Medical Center provided me the opportunity for a wonderful nursing career and afforded me the privilege of providing care to the community in many different ways. This is a wonderful community hospital with very dedicated professionals working there. I am very proud of the organization.”

Susie Rankin, RN

Susie Rankin of Bremerton joined the board in October 2010. Susie worked at Harrison Medical Center for 41 years as an ER nurse and Director of Emergency & Urgent Care Services. Susie has served on the American Red Cross board and a loaned Executive to the United Way. Susie is a member of the Kitsap County Disaster Management Team and has been recognized as a YMCA Woman of Achievement and has received the Florence Nightingale Nursing Excellence Award.


Homer Smith
Homer Smith

Homer is a Financial Advisor with Hearthstone Wealth Management, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. He became an advisor in 2001, and has held progressively responsible positions, including earning his Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. He has extensive experience in financial management, marketing and leadership and a particular interest in helping to optimize his clients’’ legacies through wealth enhancement, protection, transfer and charitable giving.



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Rick Tift

Rick Tift, MBA, is the executive director for the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility. He has received numerous awards during his career, including two Navy Meritorious Civilian awards. Each year, the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility Chapter of the Naval Civilian Managers Association selects one leader within the organization that exemplifies their positive work environment with a diverse, professional, and dedicated purpose. In 2010, Tift was selected as the 2010 NCMA Manager of the Year. Nominated by a member of his staff, he was described as the type of leader that "stands apart as an example for others to emulate.” A resident of Bremerton, Tift is a member of the Downtown Bremerton Rotary Club and the Bremerton and Olympic Peninsula Navy League. He also serves on the board of Harrison Medical Center and Leadership Kitsap. He joined the Foundation’s board of directors in June 2011.


Washburn, Shauna                             

“Having a successful hospital in Kitsap County is essential to the success of our community. It is important to promote the superior medical care Harrison Medical Center provides and how much HMC gives back to the community. By becoming involved with the Foundation board I look forward to the opportunity to play an active role in helping raise funds to improve the lives of all who call Kitsap home.”


Shauna Washburn, Vice-President

Bremerton’s Shauna Washburn joined the Foundation’s board of directors in June 2011. Shauna Washburn serves in the position of vice president, business operations at United Moving & Storage’s. In this roll, Shauna has primary accountability for the business strategies and operations of service, sales and marketing. Shauna is currently active in the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce, East Bremerton Rotary and on the Board of WMC.