As part of its annual meeting, Atlantic General Hospital Corporation appointed
new officers to the Board of Directors and named an additional member
to the Board.
Colleen “Cam” Bunting, previously vice chairperson of the
Board of Directors, was recently appointed to the position of chairperson.
Cam is an accomplished area Realtor and owner of Bunting Realty, Inc.
Named to the Top 5% of all Realtors in the Coastal Association of Realtors,
she is a real estate broker and has designations as a Certified Residential
Specialist, an Accredited Buyer's Representative, Graduate Realtor
Institute, and e-Pro (online real estate specialist). She is a past board
member of the Coastal Association of Realtors and Coastal Hospice, and
a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Maryland Association
of Realtors, Coastal Association of Realtors, the Women's Council
of Realtors, and the Eastern Shore Builders Association. A graduate of
James M. Bennett High School in Salisbury and the University of Maryland
at College Park, she was hired by Paramount to work on the film Runaway
Bride. "Ever since I was in high school, I wanted to do community
service," Bunting said. "Having a hospital in this community
is important, especially for our aging population. Travel is difficult
for the aged, and we have a strong group of doctors to fulfill their needs."
Bunting and her husband, Layton E. "Woody" Bunting, have three
adult children, Chris, Shawn and Jennifer.
John R. Townsend, of Ocean City is owner of Byte Size, Inc. He is a graduate
of Worcester Country School in Berlin and Washington College in Chestertown.
He and his wife, Dawn, have three daughters, Sarah, Sophie and Anna, and
a son, Jack.
New Board Member
William C. Hudson, an attorney whose office is located in his hometown
of Pocomoke, serves on the Board of Governors for the Maryland State Bar
Association and practices in the state and federal courts in Maryland
and Virginia. He is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association,
Maryland Trial Lawyers Association and Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
and a fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation. He serves on the Judicial
Nominating Commission for the First Judicial Circuit and on the Maryland
Court of Appeals Commission on Professionalism. He is active in the local
community, serving as a director on the boards of several non-profit organizations
and as a mediator for the Circuit Court for Worcester County. A graduate
of Pocomoke High School, Salisbury University (BA), University of Maryland
School of Law (JD) and the Graduate Institute at St. Johns College in
Annapolis (MA), he finds serving on Atlantic General Hospital’s
Board of Directors a good opportunity to give back to the community. “With
the aging of the population and the increasing year-round population in
the county, we need AGH to grow and prosper,” Hudson said. Hudson
lives in Berlin with his wife, Kristy, and their three daughters, Elizabeth,
Mary Alex, and Caroline.