Peter L. Mulford
Peter grew up in Rochester, NY and is a graduate of The University of Vermont (AB, Political Science and Psychology) and Cornell University (MBA, Sloan Program in Healthcare Administration). He served as a U.S. Army Medevac Pilot during the Vietnam War. He is a retired Healthcare Administrator, and served as CEO of 3 community hospital systems. He was CEO of the City Hospital, Gateway Regional Healthcare System in Martinsburg from 1985-1999. He and his wife Betty returned to Martinsburg in 2012 when he came out of retirement to become CEO of the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle. Now ‘fully retired’, he continues as an adjunct lecturer at Shepherd University in the healthcare concentration of the graduate MBA program. “Pete” is on the Board of CCAP/Loaves and Fishes, is the Potomac District Chair of the Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Council, and is a part-time volunteer for Meals on Wheels. He has been a life-long member of Rotary International, is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, and serves as the Foundation Committee Chair of the Martinsburg Rotary Club. He is an active supporter of the Sierra Club, several environmental, youth and veteran organizations, and Hedges Chapel. He is currently participating in the WV Master Naturalist training program.