UM Children's Home names new CEO


     The UM Children's Home has named Bob Bruder-Mattson its CEO. Bruder-Mattson replaces Bev Cochran, who stepped down from his role as administrator of the Children's Home to enjoy a well-deserved break from his 43 years of leadership.
 Bob comes to the Children's Home with almost 17 years of experience at the American Cancer Society, followed by the formation and management of his own consulting firm. Ralph Jones, chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Children's Home, expressed the Board's confidence that Bob possesses the qualities necessary to lead the Home into the next phase of its existence.
   The Board Chairman went on to say that "the Trustees found Bob to be exceptionally strong in his Christian faith and desiring to serve God in his vocation; highly intelligent; a creative thinker; an accomplished businessperson with a proven track record of success in fundraising; and that he has proven himself to be a strong, compassionate leader possessing the ability to inspire those around him.".