Murray-Calloway County Hospital is pleased to welcome Lisa Shoemaker as the Senior Philanthropy Officer of the Foundation.
Lisa has served since 2013 as member of the Board of Trustees. In her new role, she will work actively to develop donor relationships, primarily focusing on the Enduring Hope Campaign for a new $12 million Regional Cancer Center on the campus of MCCH.
As a three-year breast cancer survivor, and single mother Lisa knows all too well the importance of having the latest technology and the ability to have services available right here at home.
“I have a passion of providing our community with the highest level of healthcare possible and educating the public that this is their not-for-profit hospital. I’m excited to be a part of building a new cancer center that will impact families throughout our region,” said Lisa Shoemaker, Senior Philanthropy Officer.
Lisa is a Murray High graduate and she completed her finance degree at Murray State University. She has spent the last 28 years working in banking as a commercial and residential lender. Her most recent position was as the Market Manager for Cadiz Bank of Trust.
She has two daughters Kealy and Amber, a son-in-law Jon DuFriend, and one grandson Jackson.
Lisa is a community supporter of Playhouse in the Park and often provided the theatrical makeup for several different shows and participated in Fiddler on the Roof, Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Jeckyl and Hyde, and several others. She enjoys being outdoors and gardening. She also likes to fish and hike, as well, as crafting. She has a passion for interior design and he is a huge Murray State and Memphis Grizzlies basketball fan.
Lisa will be joining the Foundation department at Murray-Calloway County Hospital. If you have any questions, please contact the Marketing Department at 270.762.1381 or visit www.murrayhospital.org.