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Altru appoints new CEO, COO

Altru Health System announced the successor this morning for outgoing Chief Executive Officer Greg Gerloff. Effective Jan. 1, current Chief Operating Officer Dave Molmen will serve as CEO. Gerloff has announced plans to retire Dec. 31. Tim Sayler...

Altru Health System announced the successor this morning for outgoing Chief Executive Officer Greg Gerloff.

Effective Jan. 1, current Chief Operating Officer Dave Molmen will serve as CEO. Gerloff has announced plans to retire Dec. 31. Tim Sayler, Altru's executive director, will be promoted to Molmen's current position.

Both Molmen and Sayler have extensive experience at Altru. Molmen's career with Altru and its predecessors began in 1978. He has served as the organization's COO since 1997. Sayler, a 24-year Altru employee, has been executive director since 2002.

"This is a new day at Altru with leadership that has been part of the organization for some time," said Judith Neppel, chair of Altru's Board of Directors.

The board approved the appointments Friday.

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The CEO works closely with Altru President Dr. Casey Ryan. Under the new role, Molmen will be responsible for the business management of Altru and its non-physician staff.

As COO, Sayler will be responsible for the coordination and oversight of daily operations at Altru.

Reach Edison at (701) 780-1107, (800) 477-6572, ext. 107; or jedison@gfherald.com .

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