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Supervisors appoint new members to SRHS board of trustees

Jackson County supervisors appointed Barbara Dumas-Marshall to the SRHS Board of Trustees. (Photo Source: Moss Point School District) Jackson County supervisors appointed Barbara Dumas-Marshall to the SRHS Board of Trustees. (Photo Source: Moss Point School District)
Jackson County supervisors appointed Steve Ates to the SRHS Board of Trustees. (Photo Source: WLOX) Jackson County supervisors appointed Steve Ates to the SRHS Board of Trustees. (Photo Source: WLOX)
JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

The Singing River Health System Board of Trustees has two new members.

Jackson County supervisors appointed Steve Ates and Barbara Dumas-Marshall to the Board on Tuesday. Supervisor Melvin Harris says the two were chosen from a group of four finalists.

The new appointments are part of a board shakeup resulting from the recent settlement over retiree pensions.

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