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Francis X. Hurley joins Marlborough Hospital's Board of Trustees

Francis X. Hurley (Photo/submitted)

Francis X. Hurley (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Richard Bennett, Chair of the Board of Trustees for Marlborough Hospital, announced that Francis X. Hurley has been elected to the hospital's Board of Trustees.

Hurley currently serves as the president of the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest and has held this position since 2006 after being promoted from vice president of finance. Hurley is familiar with Marlborough Hospital and the UMass Memorial Health Care System, having served on both institutions” Community Benefits Advisory Committees.

“Fran Hurley is a great addition to Marlborough Hospital's Board of Trustees,” stated Richard Bennett, chair of the Marlborough Hospital Board of Trustees. “His strong community connection, inspiring work, and solid presence within the Metrowest community will most assuredly fortify Marlborough Hospital's reputation as a patient-focused community hospital.”

Prior to his tenure at the Boys & Girls Clubs, Hurley served as assistant to the chairman for Filene's Department Stores, divisional vice president, divisional controller, and director of budgeting and expense management for May Merchandising Company, manager of business planning for Barnes & Noble Bookstores, manager of financial analysis and senior financial analyst for Associated Dry Goods, and as an accountant/analyst for American International Group.

Hurley received his Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting with a minor in economics from Queens College, City University of New York, and his Master of Business Administration degree in finance from Hofstra University. He presently resides in Marlborough with his family.

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