Kettering College Recognizes Outstanding Alumnus
By Cheryl Kennison
Gregory C. Henderson, president of Greene Memorial Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, was named the Kettering College of Medical Arts (KCMA) Alumnus of the Year and honored recently at a dinner. Henderson is the head deacon at Ohio Conference’s Kettering church.
Henderson graduated from KCMA in 1971 with an associate’s degree in radiologic technology. After earning his bachelor’s in healthcare administration and education through Oregon Institute of Technology in 1977, he went on to receive his master’s in healthcare administration in 1997 at the University of La Verne in La Verne, California. Henderson most recently served as senior executive officer at Southview Hospital.
The Kettering College Distinguished Alumni Awards, including the Alumnus(a) of the Year and the Rising Star Award, are the highest honors bestowed by the Kettering College Alumni Association. The awards recognize graduates for their professional achievements, contributions to society, and support of the college.
[Photo caption: Fred Manchur, president of Kettering Adventist HealthCare, and Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president, present Gregory C. Henderson (center), president of Green Memorial Hospital, with the Kettering College of Medical Arts Alumnus of the Year award.]