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Two join Spotsylvania hospital board

The Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center has added two new members to its Board of Trustees. Dr. Rosier Dedwylder, a family practitioner in King George County, and David Storke, the owner of Storke Funeral Home in Bowling Green, are the newest members.

Dr. Rosier Dedwylder

Dedwylder is a native of Georgia and graduated from medical school at Duke University. He did his residency at Fairfax Hospital and the Fairfax Family Medical Center. He founded the King George Medical Center in Dahlgren in 1985 and continues to practice there.

Storke was born in Fredericksburg and grew up in King George. He was funeral director of the former Powell Funeral Home in Bowling Green before purchasing the business in 1991.

David Storke

Dedwylder and Storke join 13 others on the hospital board. They are: Margaret Lewis, Tim Tobin, Dr. Robert Weaver, Hap Connors, Shirley Gibson, Chris Eudailey, Dr. Henry Wicker, Dr. Sudeep Menachery, Dr. Anne Truong, Ken Farmer, Dan Nickelson, Bobby Orrock and Raymond Bell.

Spotsylvania Regional’s board advises the administrative staff. Its members are unpaid.