Atrium Medical Center Foundation Welcomes Samuel R. Lobar as Director of Major Gifts
Middletown, Ohio, October 23, 2012 - Atrium Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Samuel R. Lobar as director of major gifts.
Lobar is responsible for seeking out and cultivating relationships with individuals, businesses and foundations who want to enhance care for patients at Atrium Medical Center by making major gifts to the Foundation. Lobar also has responsibilities for planned giving, estate planning and endowment building.
“Sam’s successful record as a fund-raising executive, his understanding of finance and his strong people skills will be great assets to Atrium Medical Center Foundation,” says Michael D. Stautberg, Foundation president. “We welcome Sam’s expertise as the Foundation continues to grow in fulfilling our mission of building healthier communities.”
Prior to joining Atrium Medical Center Foundation, Lobar was financial resource development director for the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton, Ohio, where he was the Foundation director for a $25 million fund and oversaw the annual campaign. He also was director of development at Rockwern Academy in Cincinnati; area director for the Development Corporation for Israel, State of Israel Bonds, Cincinnati; and an account executive for several Tristate brokerage firms.
A member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Lobar served as a board member for Jewish Family Service, Cincinnati, for five years, and has been a member of and volunteer for The Valley Temple, Wyoming, Ohio, for more than 22 years. He is affiliated with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and the American Jewish Committee, Cincinnati.
Originally from Boston, Lobar holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and completed two years of postgraduate study at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. He lives in Mason with his wife Laura and their two children.
To learn more — or to make a gift — contact Atrium Medical Center Foundation at 513-420-5144 or Foundation@AtriumMedCenter.org, or visit www.AtriumMedCenter.org/foundation.