Willapa Harbor Hospital Administration
|Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Kempton, MHA
|Chief Financial Officer
Board of Directors
Gary Schwiesow: Gary was born and raised in Centralia, WA. After graduation Gary went to work for Lewis County Fire District #12 in Centralia. In August of 1979 he took a job with the Raymond Fire Department and has been employed there for over thirty-six years. Gary met his wife Julie here in Raymond, they were married in 1990 and have two sons Brandon and Spencer. Gary has been a board member for the Willapa Harbor Baseball Association and the Pacific County Fair Board, the Pacific County Anglers and likes to be involved in the community.
Dave Vetter: Dave is a life long resident of Willapa Harbor. Dave joined the Board at Willapa Harbor Hospital in 2003 to fill a vacated position and was re-elected in 2007 and in 2013. He sits on the Compliance and Budget committees and became Board Chairman in 2013.
Dave and his wife, Robin, have five grown children and twin girls at home. He is the principal at Raymond Junior Senior High School. His interests are reading, sports, boating, hot rods and family.
Kathy Spoor: Kathy was born and raised in South Bend. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing from WSU in 1982. After working as an RN in hospitals in Spokane, Seattle and Aberdeen, she moved back to the area to raise her family.
Kathy’s professional background includes 30 years in the health care field, with 22 of those years serving as the Director for the Pacific County Public Health and Human Services Department. Just over five years ago, she was promoted to her current position as County Administrative Officer. Kathy serves on a number of local and state boards, and is an active member of the Willapa Harbor Health Foundation.
She and her husband, Sonny Mark, have seven grown children, and 11 grandchildren, with #12 and #13 on the way.
Dr. Jeffrey Nevitt: Dr. Jeffrey Nevitt has been practicing optometry in Raymond, Washington since 1983. He did his undergraduate work at the University of Washington and received his Doctorate of Optometry from the Pacific University College of Optometry. He completed a Preceptorship at the Seattle Indian Health Clinic in 1983 and entered into private practice in Raymond and Ilwaco, Washington in the same year.Dr. Nevitt is a member of the Optometric Physicians of Washington (OPW) and the American Optometric Association (AOA). He is a past President of the Willapa River Lions Club, a past President of the Olympic Optometric Association, and has been a board member of the Raymond Foundation for over fifteen years. His past affiliations include: Board member of the Legislative Division of the Washington Association of Optometric Physicians (WAOP), Legislative Key Person Coordinator for the WAOP, Chairman of the WAOP Rural Health Committee, as well as a member of the WAOP Hospital Privileges Committee.Dr. Nevitt graduated from Raymond High School and returned to Raymond with his wife Kristine to raise their three children. He was a Boy Scout leader for over five years and enjoys backpacking, white water rafting, canoeing, jogging, racquetball, and downhill skiing.
Toni Williams: Toni was born and raised in South Bend. She retired from Security State Bank after 30+ years, mostly working as a lender. Toni graduated from the Graduate School of Banking Colorado in 2004. She has been active in the community most of her life. In the past she was involved with the South Bend Booster Club, Boy Scouts, South Bend Revitalization Team and Relay for Life. Toni organized the kids parade for the South Bend Labor day Celebration before ‘graduating’ to organizing the grand parade, which she also did for many years. Toni was a long time Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce trustee as well as a board member of the Pacific County Economic Development Council, serving as Chairperson for two years. She is an active member of the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, currently serving as the Finance Council Chairperson.
Toni married her high school sweetheart Clarence (Bunny) and after living out of the area for a few years, moved back to South Bend to raise their family. They have two grown children and seven grandchidren.