Donor Spotlight: Angie Uttecht
August 10, 2021
Angie Uttecht cares deeply about the Huron community, and she is especially proud of the hospital. Not only is she a frequent donor to the HRMC Foundation, she also served on the Foundation board for nine years, including as past chair. She even stepped in to take the helm when the Foundation was between executive directors. After completing her service in 2019, she was thrilled to be elected to the hospital’s board of directors.
“I didn’t want to give up my connection to the hospital,” she says. “I was really fortunate a position became available.”
If Uttecht looks familiar, it may be because she attends nearly every HRMC Foundation Papa Luigi event and Humanitarian Golf Tournament. She is always willing to pitch in to help with the planning of such events, engaging her contacts to donate pin prizes and auction items.
Committed to the Community
As owner of Ace Realty, Uttecht is passionate about giving back to the community. “It’s rewarding when you can give back to the community that has given so much to you,” she says. “I raised my kids here, and they went to school here and got a great education. There’s no better way to give back than through the hospital.”
Uttecht is involved in other areas of the community as well, volunteering her time for the Huron Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau, including serving as past president, and she currently serves as treasurer of the Greater Huron Development Corporation.
“In the real estate business, we often provide the first impression people have of the area,” she says. “The more you volunteer, the more you know, and that allows me to be a good advocate and cheerleader for the community.”
One thing Uttecht is always eager to tell prospective buyers about is the health care available in Huron. “One of the things people are looking for when moving to a new area is quality health care,” Uttecht says. “It’s so nice for me to be able to tell them what a great hospital Huron offers.”
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