The Cabell-Huntington Health Department is privileged to have the experience and knowledge of several outstanding community members through our Board of Directors.
Chair of the Board of Health
Donna attended Marshall University. She has always had an active role in giving back to the community. Since 2011, she has served as the President of the Neighborhood Institute of Huntington, Vice Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, West End Connector for FaithHealth Appalachia and a member of the West Huntington Organization. Donna is the secretary for Central United Methodist Church in West Huntington. Donna has been married to Jim Rumbaugh for 46 years. They are the proud parents of their daughter Tia and two grandchildren.
Daniel Konrad is a local attorney with the law firm of Dinsmore &Shohl, LLP and has practiced corporate law for the past 35 years. He is married to Angela (attorney) and they have two (2) children Tori (Epidemiologist at the CDC in Atlanta) and Alec (Senior at Wofford College and will be attending Medical School). Dan has been on various Boards of non-profit entities over the past 35 years (Autism Services Center, Marshall Community and Technical College and is the current president of the Foster Foundation dba Woodlands Retirement Community).
Danny Porter, PE, PS
Danny A. Porter is a life-long resident of Cabell County, attended Barboursville High School, graduated from Marshall University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree in 1971. He is a professional engineer having worked for the West Virginia Department of Highways and a major road and bridge builder. He is currently the Public Works Director and City Engineer for the Village of Barboursville. He is also a West Virginia practicing professional surveyor since 1974. He attends Christ Temple Church in Huntington where serving as a board member.
Frederick H. (Fred) Kitchen is the owner of Henson and Kitchen Mortuary, Huntington, near Barboursville. He is a life-long native of Huntington, and now he and his family reside in Milton, WV. He is a graduate of Huntington East High School, attended Marshall University and was a graduate of Mid-America College of Funeral Service. While serving his community in various volunteer roles including a Cabell Huntington Health Department Board Member, he also serves as board member of the West Virginia Board of Funeral Services Examiners and the Board of Directors at Christ Temple Church, Huntington. Fred is dedicated to serving his community well while also caring for families during their most troubled and sensitive times surrounding the death of a loved one.
Robert H. “Bo” Sweeney, Jr. is an attorney practicing with Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC in Huntington, West Virginia. After receiving his degree in 1986 from the University of Delaware, he attended the Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary, graduating in 1989. He has lived in Huntington with his wife Patty since 1991. His practice is based in general civil litigation. He and Patty have a son, Chip, who is currently enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Kevin Yingling, R.Ph., MD
A pharmacist and physician, Dr. Kevin W. Yingling has more than 30 years of experience in graduate medical and pharmacy education. He has been a registered pharmacist since 1981, a licensed physician since 1990. He was founding dean of the Marshall University School of Pharmacy. Dr. Yingling is also associate professor of medicine and pharmacology and served more than 10 years as chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Dr. Yingling is Chairman of the Board of Directors for Cabell Huntington Hospital and member of the Board of Health for Cabell County. He has participated in faith-based and humanitarian medical missions to Russia, Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Haiti.