The Trustbridge Hospice Foundation recently announced the election of Dr. Jeffrey Bishop, Neil Solomon and Meredith Tucker as the newest members of its board of directors. The Trustbridge Foundation serves as the philanthropic branch of Trustbridge and supports the specialized programs and services that Trustbridge provides.
Bishop currently serves as the medical director of both Wellness Counseling and Residential Detox Services in Martin County and Daylight Detox in Palm Beach Gardens. After enlisting and serving in the U.S. Navy, Bishop earned degrees from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Bishop has a long history of involvement in the western communities. He served as chief medical officer of Wellington Regional Medical Center from 2007-13 and maintained a private family practice in Wellington from 1993-2007.
Solomon brings a wealth of knowledge from his years as a financial advisor, specializing in mutual funds and retirement plans. Before his retirement in 2007, Solomon held the position of senior vice president at Fidelity Investments. After graduating from Holy Cross College in 1980, he played minor league baseball for the Baltimore Orioles and Houston Astros organizations.
Tucker is a certified public accountant in the entrepreneurial services department at Kaufman Rossin. Tucker is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Florida State University and a master’s degree in accounting from Florida Atlantic University. Her commentary on tax matters has been featured by national outlets.
The three new board members will each serve three-year terms.