Northwest Kidney Centers welcomes former Bothell mayor

Former Bothell mayor Debbie Treen. - Contributed photo
Former Bothell mayor Debbie Treen.
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Nonprofit Northwest Kidney Centers has named Jim Liming and former Bothell mayor Debbie Treen to its Foundation Board.

Sammamish resident Debbie Treen donated a kidney to her daughter. She is a former mayor of Bothell and former chief financial officer for the Neptune Society. She works as a consultant with CFO Selections in Bellevue.

Jim Liming is a senior vice president and commercial lender at Heritage Bank. He is a resident of Lake Forest Park and member of the Rotary Club of Seattle.

Northwest Kidney Centers’ Foundation Board provides leadership, guidance and oversight of the nonprofit health care provider’s fundraising program; works to increase Northwest Kidney Centers’ visibility within the community; and advocates on its behalf.

Northwest Kidney Centers is a regional, not-for-profit, community-based provider of kidney dialysis, public health education, and research into the causes and treatments of chronic kidney disease. Founded in Seattle in 1962, it was the world’s first dialysis organization. It remains a model in the field because of its high quality services, community connections and generous donor support.

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