Rinehart Clinic Board Bios
John Sorenson relocated to Manzanita three years ago following his retirement as an executive in the seed industry. He is delighted to be involved with the Rinehart Clinic as he believes in its mission and the service it provides to the community. He has been on the Board since 2009.
Sue Remy lives in Wheeler and is active in emergency preparedness efforts in our coastal community. After a career as a medical social worker as well as in residential real estate, Sue now serves on the boards of Rinehart Clinic, currently serving as board president, Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue and the Nehalem Bay Emergency Volunteer Corps.
Jennifer Holm moved to the Manzanita area with her husband in December of 1997. Prior to life in Manzanita, Jennifer worked as a production manager in the film and video industry in Portland. She was the board president for the New Discoveries Preschool.
Camy VonSeggern moved permanently to the Nehalem area with her husband and two children in 1999. Raising her family, working at several small local businesses and especially taking advantage of the outdoors is what makes her the happiest. She is a volunteer for many community organizations and events. She serves as vice president
Gail Young, a retired high school English teacher, has served on the board for five years. Her interest in The Rinehart Clinic’s mission is connected to having a daughter who is a physician. Gail and her husband enjoy their beach walks and traveling abroad, sometimes to visit their son who lives in the UK. She serves as secretary.