Board of Directors

Jennifer Crewson

Jennifer is a lifetime Shelburne resident who is passionate about serving the community.  She works as an Insurance Broker and The Director of Client Experience for her parent’s family-owned Insurance Brokerage, they have 2 locations in Shelburne and Wasaga Beach.  Jennifer lives in Shelburne with her husband Scott Poynter, her stepson Jacob, daughter Scottlyn, and is expecting a baby boy in November.  In Jennifer’s spare time she volunteers for Headwaters Hospital, the Shelburne Farmers Market, the Shelburne BIA and her local church. A fun fact about Jennifer, she loves to knit.


Bill Duron

William (Bill) Duron is a well-known tourism, media, and event management executive.  His early career started with Tourism Toronto as Vice President of Convention Sales and after two years he was promoted to President and CEO, a position he held for 18 years.  During that time, he led the tourism marketing effort which accelerated Toronto's market presence throughout the world.  Bill also advanced public policy and funding for the development of major tourism events and facilities such as the highly successful Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

He also represented Canada's tourism industry in the Free Trade Agreement
between Canada and the United States, authored a Canadian Tourism Strategy
which led to the creation of the Canadian Tourism Commission, and was elected
as the first non US President of the Destination Marketing Association

Bill then went on to be Publisher of Toronto's popular and authoritative city
magazine, Toronto Life, and later became President of the parent company, Key
Media Ltd., owner of Where Magazines, Fashion, Quill and Quire, and Fashion
File TV.  After selling the company to St. Joseph Communications, Bill became
independent advisor to the Company while becoming CEO of the Royal
Agricultural Winter Fair and Royal Horse Show, a 10 day event that attracts
350,000 people, 6500 farm animals, and 1800 horses.  Under his leadership, the
Royal achieved record attendance, became the most prestigious horse show in
North America and also exceeded financial targets.  He also purchased the
Toronto Island Marina and Yacht Club on Toronto Island, a facility that
provides mooring, marine services and food and beverage for 460 recreational
boats.  Bill then purchased Cerro Coyote, an Inn and Cooking School, in San
Ramon, Costa Rica which he operates from December to April.

In addition to consulting assignments for organizations such as Parks Canada
and the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, his current voluntary
involvements include Incoming Chair of the RCMP Foundation and Board
representation with the Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows and the Headwaters Health Care Foundation.


Al Frittenburg

Alan is a retired businessman who sold his food ingredient company to a Dutch conglomerate in 2015.  Since then he has purchased an “as-is” horse farm and turned it into an equestrian training facility for Hunter-Jumpers.  Alan has also done volunteer work in Cambodia, the Philippines, Guatemala, and Nepal with Habitat for Humanity.  Alan was on the Board of Directors of Bethell Hospice for five years before joining Headwaters Health Care Foundation.

Fun Fact – Alan has gone from ‘spewing manure’ in business to ‘moving manure’ at his horse facility!

Shawn Long

A life-long resident of Dufferin County, Shawn has grown up in the Hills of Headwaters and is familiar with the local community and its needs. Shawn has served on a number of local NFP boards and committees and has always served to make a difference in the community he lives in. As a Financial Consultant, Shawn’s Private Client practice works with local professionals, business owners, and high value retirees with a focus on advanced investment, risk management, tax and estate planning. Shawn brings his experience to the HHCF to help further the concept of “Magnification Giving” and also to encourage a philanthropic mindset. Shawn is also a member of the Orangeville Lions club and his personal interests include international travel, cycling, volleyball and golf.

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” – Winston Churchill -

Sarah Mailhot

Born in Orangeville and raised locally Sarah makes her home in Mono.Sarah was born and raised in Orangeville, has been married to Marc for more than 20 years and is a mom of four great children.  With a masters in Theology, she has served as a caterer, a youth pastor, a foster mom, and a property manager.  Sarah is passionate about caring for people, seeing health and wholeness in those around her and building strong caring communities.  And once upon a time Sarah could even play a polka on the accordion!!

Stephanie Milone

Dr. Stephanie Milone has lived in the Dufferin County area and has been a member of both the Departments of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine at Headwaters since 2006. Stephanie and her husband have shared several awards including Ontario Family Physicians of the Year and Ontario Community Teachers of the Year.  Stephanie has always felt a strong calling to be a changemaker in the community whether it is working with a local initiative or globally by starting a medical mission program in northern India with her husband.

Her most important role is being a mother to three wonderful children and she can always be found on the sidelines cheering them on.  Stephanie is so grateful to have made the choice to live and raise her family in this area and work at Headwaters. 
"Be the change you wish to see in the world."  - Mahatma Gandhi

Fun fact: Stephanie’s pantry and freezer have enough food that would last several families a few months. Come to her house if you ever run out of anything!

Susan McCutcheon


Susan is a newly retired accountant who is looking forward to the next stage in her life.  Susan and her husband Jamie love to travel, especially cruise, and have an extensive bucket list of trips to consider whenever COVID permits.  Accordingly, they are now regularly buying lottery tickets.

Tim Peters

Past Chair

Tim has lived in the Headwaters Community for 25 years and loves the advantages of rural living. Caledon has been great place for the kids to grow up in. It was a natural and obvious decision that one way to give back, was to volunteer.  Tim says it is a privilege to be on Board that gives back in so many ways, beyond just donating. 
In addition, Tim volunteers his time coaching hockey, baseball and little league football and is an avid supporter of the Coast to Coast Foundation, Tour for Kids and Team Race. Tim has also established the Tour de Headwaters, a cycle event which debuted in September 2015.

Greg Pope

Hospital Board Rep
Greg is a financial planner for a local bank here in Orangeville.  He is currently on the Headwaters Hospital Board of Directors and is the representative currently from that board on the Headwaters Foundation Board.  Greg has volunteered and tried to give back to his community his entire career supporting many different causes over the years. Greg is an avid golfer, and hopeful gardener.  He has 3 children and soon to be 3 grandchildren which always light up my day.

Christopher Stewart

Chris is a dad of two boys, and a husband to a wonderful wife who encouraged his volunteering with Headwaters more than a decade ago.  Chris spends time raising, chickens, pigeons, finch and woodworking; specifically making paddles with his 12-year-old.

Anne Thompson

Like her husband, Anne was born and raised on her family’s dairy farm in a rural community her family has called home for over 150 years. It was there—firmly rooted in family and faith—that Anne learned first-hand the value of community service by watching both of her parents contribute their time and talents to the betterment of their church and community.

Service to community remains a pivotal pillar of the family that Anne and her husband have built together over the thirty-plus years she has called this Caledon community home
Anne is a former political journalist.

Fun fact: Despite the challenges of the past 18 months, their family has been blessed. They are thrilled to welcome a wonderful young man into their family through his marriage to their daughter; and they are equally exited to welcome a beautiful young woman into their family upon the upcoming marriage to their son in October. Anne and her husband are expecting first grandchild to be born next year!

Anne loves to cycle. She is currently recovering from a broken back so she can’t go possibly cycle as far as our Chair Tim Peters, but she is like the little engine that could, and does what she can.
Anne was in politics before her husband...serving as the provincial Agricultural Minister for a Day following my first-place win in a provincial public speaking competition.

Ed Upenieks

Vice Chair

Ed Upenieks is a partner of Lawrence, Lawrence, Stevenson LLP, a Brampton law firm where he has practiced since 1999. Prior to that, he was a litigator on Bay Street. He has been certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation since 1998 and completed mediation training at the Harvard Law School in 1995. Ed is Past President of the Ontario Bar Association (2015-2016) and served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Bar Association and numerous national committees. Ed brings with him much Board experience from his term with the Ontario Bar Association, as well as his previous involvement with the William Osler Health Centre (where he was founding Chair of the WOHC Foundation), the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and Junior Achievement of Peel.

Ed enjoys a good day of golf in the summer, hockey and skating in winter, and red wine in all seasons.

Kathy Yardley

Kathy is a physiotherapist and multidisciplinary health care clinic owner.  She is a mom of three wonderful kids and the wife of one of our local physicians.  In her free time she likes to relax at the cottage and train for triathlons!  Kathy is also an avid tennis player, snowboarder, and hiker.  She loves working to make our community a better place to live and raise our families and she feels that being on the board is a good avenue towards that goal!

Joan Waechter

Joan enjoyed a 35 year career at Ideal Supply, which was a family owned business. Joan retired in 2017 after 25 years of VP of Human Resources.

Joan splits her time between many volunteer roles including the founding director of the Dufferin Community Foundation, and she also sits on the Smilezone Board.
Joan was on the Foundation Board for 10 years and now looking forward to coming back and working with the Board of Directors. 
She is an avid golfer who plays at Devils Pulpit Caledon and Joan and her husband Paul reside in Primrose. Joan is retired and enjoying life in both Dufferin County and Cottage Country. She is a strong advocate of "Support Your Community", however that looks! Joan loves to golf, and a fun fact - she will shave her head for money!


Kim Delahunt

Headwaters Health Care Centre, CEO
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Kim Delahunt

Headwaters Health Care Centre, CEO
Kim has widespread experience in health system transformation and developing and executing strategies at an organizational and regional level.  She is passionate about developing strong and collaborative stakeholder relationships and operating within complex and often ambiguous environments.
As a resident of the Terra Cotta area, Kim is fortunate to live and work locally with her husband and two children. Rounding out Kim’s family is her large breed dog, called a Leonberger.  “Leonberg” in translation means “mountain of a lion” and is fitting as their dog Oakley is 135 pounds!