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Two Rehoboth business leaders join Beebe Healthcare board of directors
The Beebe Healthcare Board of Directors announced that local business leaders Michael Meoli and Eric Sugrue have recently been welcomed to the board.
Meoli is well known in Delmarva, as well as in the national restaurant industry. He has been a McDonald's franchisee for 22 years. He owns and operates 14 restaurants and employs approximately 800 crew members, managers and mid-level supervisors, and office personnel. He is a board member of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce and a board member of the Down-state Advisory Board for WSFS Bank. He was appointed to the National McDonald's System Economics Team. Meoli has a bachelor of science degree in hotel and restaurant management from Shepherd University in Stepherdstown, W. Va.
Sugrue is well known in the local, state and national restaurant industry. He is president and managing partner of the Big Fish Restaurant Group, which is composed of 10 restaurants, as well as catering and wholesale businesses. He serves on the board of the Delaware Restaurant Association and is a member of Rehoboth Beach Yacht and County Club. Sugrue has a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Delaware.
"The need for quality healthcare services that are accessible and affordable has continued to grow as our population has expanded," says Board Chair William Swain Lee. "We are fortunate at Beebe, a not-for-profit, community-owned healthcare system, to have Michael and Eric join our board to support this organization in attaining our goal to provide cutting-edge, high-quality, safe and accessible care. Our board members make a significant contribution as they bring leadership experience from several different professions and industries, as well as an understanding and a voice of the populations in our region."
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