Job and Rowley Bring Years of Community Involvement to Board

Knoxville Hospital & Clinics is happy to announce the addition of Stu Job and Dr. Dan Rowley to the board of trustees. Each individual brings to the board of trustees a vast amount of knowledge of the community, both graduated from Knoxville High School, and the needs of Knoxville residents, as well as residents in the surrounding communities.

Stu Job has been involved in the banking world for most of his adult life. He joined the Iowa State Savings Bank in 1986 and has served as the director, president, and CEO. Prior to joining the bank, Stu was a bank examiner for the State of Iowa. His involvement in the Knoxville community is extensive. He is a past president of the Knoxville Rotary Club, Community Bankers of Iowa Board, and the Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Foundation.

Stu’s belief that a strong community hospital is a critical component to the success of a town the size of Knoxville is one of the greatest contributions he brings as a board member. “I assure that I will take this position seriously and do whatever is necessary to make a positive contribution in the areas needed,” said Job.

Stu is married to his wife of 24 years, Holli, and they have two daughters, Natalie and Meredith. In his spare time, Stu enjoys spending time with family, golfing, boating, traveling, movies, video editing, books, and music. If his best friend were asked to list his greatest attributes, Stu said they would say he is organized, honest, creative, and has a good sense of humor.

In August, Dr. Dan Rowley returned to the community that he grew up in and the hospital where he was born to begin seeing his own patients. Dan graduated from Iowa State University in genetics in 1999 and medical school from the University of Iowa in 2005. He completed his residency in Family Practice at Mercy/Mayo program in Des Moines.

When asked what he feels will be his greatest contributions to the KHC board of trustees, Dan said he looks forward to being able to contribute a new vision with fresh ideas to the board of trustees. “The hospital already provides great services to the area and moving forward in providing care will require an expansion to the services that we currently provide to our communities. I look forward to the opportunity of providing input on where the hospital is heading and where we need to expand from a clinician’s perspective,” said Rowley.

Dan is married to his wife, Kate, and has one daughter, Anna. In his spare time, Dan enjoys the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.

Compassion and commitment are two of the things that Dan considers to be KHC’s greatest strengths. “It takes compassion and commitment to serve the people in the area with quality health care. Many of the people that work in the hospital & clinic are originally from the area, so when we say that we will take care of you like family – we truly mean it. That is a level of service that you will not find anywhere else.”

“I am very happy to welcome Stu Job and Dr. Dan Rowley to our board of trustees,” said Ann Helwig, CEO at KHC. “Both men have strong ties to the Knoxville community and leadership abilities that will make them a great asset to our board.”

Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, a Critical Access Hospital serving Marion County and the surrounding area, is dedicated to providing personal, progressive quality health care with compassion. For more information regarding this release and other happenings at Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, call the Public Relations office at (641) 842-1418.