Joe Philips, Political Ad
I am Joe Phillips, a candidate for re-election to the Board of Directors of South Limestone Hospital District. A little bit about me—
I am the son of the late Haywood and Mary Phillips long time family of this city and county. I am a descendant of Sia and Kelo Phillips, recognized as being a first family of Limestone County by the Limestone County Historical' Commission of which I am very proud. I am married to Gloredia Tipps Phillips, a retired teacher of GISD and we are the parents of six children, all of which are graduates of GISD. I am a member of the Head Branch Baptist Church where I seiye in many capacities. I an a graduate of Blackshear High School GISD, a graduate of Paul Quinn College with a Bachelor's Degree. I have been a school teacher for 13 years and employed by Limestone County for 10 years. I am an honorably discharged veteran of the Korean Conflict, a member of Judah Lodge 547 of Groesbeck Free and Accepted Mason of Texas.
It has been a rewarding experience serving as a Board member for South Limestone Hospital District and to be a part of the planning of our new hospital and serve on the Planning Committee. It is even more rewarding to be a part of the Board when the entire debt for building the new hospital was completely paid early. This was a great achievement. The Board, administration and the hospital staff were extremely proud as well as all of you who are a part of the Hospital District. There are many achievements this Board has made. Any Board member would be glad to tell you about them at any time you would like. We strive to be good custodians of your finances and your health care needs. I want to tell you of a project that we envisioned and that was to bring to our community a dialysis unit. I am pleased to report to you that plans are just about complete to make that a reality.
It has been a pleasure to serve you on this Board and I will continue to make your health care needs a priority. I would appreciate your vote in the upcoming election on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Early voting began April 23, 2018
Political advertisement paid for by Joe Phillips.