MARTINSBURG — Bill White has been named Hospice of the Panhandle’s new community and provider relations manager. In this role, White will direct the organization’s efforts in working with the medical community and other providers of care. He’ll also oversee community outreach for Hospice.
“We are very pleased to have someone with Bill’s level of business and management experience in this role,” said Hospice of the Panhandle CEO Margaret Cogswell. “We are confident in his abilities to reach out to the medical community and community at large. He also is clearly someone who shares our commitment to compassionate care.”
White most recently served as the chief financial officer at U.S. Silica in Frederick, Md. He held that job for seven years, during which time the company went from private to public ownership. He worked at U.S. Silica for 21 years. Before that, he worked for Union Carbide Corp. He is a certified public accountant. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Marshall University.
He is a member of St. Joseph Church, serving on Parish Finance Council and is a member of the St. Vincent DePaul Society. He and his wife, Nancy, the principal at Spring Mills Middle School, have two grown daughters. They have lived in Martinsburg for the past 21 years.