I would like to upload a Word Document of Political & Corporate resignations due to Executive Order of Dec. 21. Q asked us to keep track and I have approx 500 on my document. Is there a website that I can turn my Word Doc into a .png or .jpg?

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there is no website that can do that
your fucking computer can do that
with the printscreen butan

but it's retarded not to turn it into a .txt and copypaste it anywhere


Select what you'd like to save as an image.
Copy your selection.
Open a new document.
Paste special.
Select "Picture."
Right click the resulting image and select "Save as Picture."
Select your desired format from the dropdown menu.

You should be able to save a docx file as a pdf, and then any command line tool or adobe acrobat can save that pdf as a series of pngs.

Has Q talked about the jews yet?

Q IS the jews you mong

Did any jews resign?

fake and gay

Where did you learn calligraphy?

The only option I have is a .pdf which is not accepted. I tried .txt and it indicated it didn't understand the extension. I had no option to save as a picture. Any other option?

Take pics of every page with your phone and upload them. WE NEED TO SEE WHAT Q SAYS. PRAY FOR Q PRAY FOR THE WORLD.


Tried that but it kept saying the document was too long. I then cut my document up into many parts and tried uploading sections, BUT it kept saying it was too long. So, dumbass, what now?

Resignations of Top Executives and Political Figures or Politicians Not Seeking Re-election

Abdullai Abbas, Chairman, All Progressive Congress
Kevin Abel, CEO Lake Chelan Community Hospital
Andrew Adams, Prosecutor City of Shreveport, FIRED
Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, UN Rights Chief
Rubens Amaral Jr., CEO, Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior, S.A. (Bladex)
Bui Anh Dung, Deputy CEO Petrovietnam General Services Corporation
Kenneth Archer, CEO, North Valley Hospital, Tonasket, WA
Tony Armada, CEO Swedish Health Services
Shashi Arora, CEO Airtel Payments Bank
Christopher Bailey, President & CEO, Burberry
Christina Balanis, CEO Healthlink NY
Joe Bannister, Malta Financial Services Authority head
Steve Bannon, Exec. Chairman Breitbart News Network
Patricia Barbizet, CEO Artemis (Pinault family’s investment arm)
Joel Bennett, CFO JAKKS Pacific, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAKK)
George Barrett, CEO Cardinal Health
Brandon Beach, Georgia State Senator AND CEO Greater North Fulton Chamber
Giorgio Behr, President ZF Friedrichshafen
Edward Benavides, CEO Tricentennial Commission
Peter Bernsch, CEO British Steel
Robert Bertrand, National Chief, Coalition of Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan
Jay Binder, Vice-Chairman, U.S.A. Gymnastics
Abhinav Bindra, Chairman, sports ministry’s Target Olympic Podium
Kurt Bock, CEO BASF
Robert Bogucki, President, Barclays Capital Inc. (charged in an indictment filed in the Northern District of California on Jan. 16, with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and six counts of wire fraud)

Bob Bonar, CEO, Children’s Minnesota (state’s largest pediatric hospital)
Mary Beth Bonaventura, Director, Indiana Department of Child Services
Jeff Booth, CEO BuildDirect
Dr. Stephen L. Boswell, CEO Fenway Health
David Brady, CEO Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast Region
Fabrice Bregier, COO Airbus PLUS the CTO of Airbus
Ryan R. Brenneman, CFO, EyeGate Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: EYEG)
Thomas A. Brophy, President & CEO Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin
John Bryant, CEO Kellogg
Ronnie Burt, CEO, Visit KC
Mike Cagney, CEO Social Finance
Michael Calligiuri, CEO James Cancer Hospital
Bart Cameron, CEO Bruce Telecom
Erik Carlson, CEO, Dish Network
Graydon Carter, Editor, Vanity Fair (NYT called him “ringmaster of the elite”)
Raul Castro, President Cuba
Kenneth Chenault, CEO American Express
Deepak Chopra, CEO Canada Post
Forrest Claypool, CEO Chicago Public Schools
Dr. C. Edward Coffey, CEO Menninger Clinic
Boris Collardi, CEO Bank Julius Bar (switched to Pictet Bank)
Michael Combes, CEO Altice
Lennox Cornette, CEO National Communications Network
Richard Cousins, CEO Compass Group (died in plane crash Australia 1-1-18)
Rory Cowan, CEO Lionbridge Technologies
Pham Manh Cuong, Deputy CEO, Vietnam – Italy Steel
Sandy Crombie, Non-executive Director, Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Elba Cruz, President, Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP)
Frederic Cumenal, CEO Tiffany
Stephen D’Arcy, CFO, IWK Health Centre
Any Dacey, CEO DNC
Rick Dearborn, White House Deputy Chief of Staff
Bill DeLaney, CEO Sysco Corp.
Nico Delvaux, President and CEO Metso,
Dr. Jeremy Desai, CEO, Apotex (Apotex founder & his wife found murdered 12-15-17)
Themba Diamini, CEO Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane
Jack Dorsey, CEO Facebook resigns from Disney Board
Mickey Drexler, CEO J. Crew
Wolfgang Duerheimer, CEO Bentley Motors
Mark Dunkerley, CEO Hawaiian Airlines
Paolo Duterte, Vice-Mayor, Phillipine President’s Son, (allegations of links to drug smugglers)
Thomas Ebeling, CEO ProSiebenSat
Nigel Eccles, Founder FanDuel
Steve Ells, CEO Chipotle
Tom Enders, CEO Airbus
Paul Eremenko, CTO Airbus
Charlie Ergen, CEO Dish network
Thomas Eriksson, CEO and co-founder, Neonode
Lennart Evrell, CEO Boliden
Trevor Fetter, CEO Tenet Healthcare
Col. Steven W. Flaherty, Superintendent of Virginia State Police
Robert Fomaro, CEO Spirit Airlines
Gary Forsee, Chairman & CEO, Sprint Nextel Corp.
Kenneth Frazier, CEO Merck
Kimberly Fritts, CEO Podesta Group
Utz-Hellmuth Felcht, Chairman Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bahn
Datuk Ahmad Fuaad, CEO Proton Holdings
Michael Garvens, CEO Airport Cologne Bonn
Frederico Ghizzoni, CEO Unicredit
Carlos Ghosn, CEO Nissan
Pat Giovanni, CEO Centro San Antonio
Richard Giromini, CEO Wabash National
Stephen Gold, CIO, CVS
Carlos Gomez, Police Chief NYPD (retires)
Reggie Gosnell, Police Chief, Conway, South Carolina
Albert Grace, Jr., Co-Founder, Loop Capital and CFO fired (can’t confirm)
Damian Green, Deputy, First Secretary of State, UK
Gene Green, D, Texas Dist 29
Mark Greenberg, CEO Epix
Paul Gregorowistch, CEO Oman Air
Guillaume de Posch, co-CEO RTL Group
Timothy E. Hall, CFO, Flexsteel Industries, Inc. [DUBUQUE, Iowa] (NASDAQ: FLXS)
Peter Hancock, CEO, AIG

Stephen Hare, Executive VP and CFO Office Depot
Gregg Harper, R, MS Dist. 3
Hunter Harrison, President/CEO, CSX Corp (medical leave 12-14; died 12-16 AND Amtrak crash was 12-18)
Sam Haskell, CEO Miss America
Don Hazen, Publisher, AlterNet
Michael Helmsley, CEO United Healthcare
James Henderson, CEO Bell Pottinger
John T. Hendrickson, CEO, Perrigo Co.
Kevin Hershberger, CFO, ReWalk Robotics Ltd.
David Hess, CEO, Arconic’s
Mary Beth Higgins, CFO VICI Properties, Inc.
Kerry Hill, Secr & CFO, nLIGHT, Inc.
Eric Hirshberg, CEO Activision
Johan Hjertonsson, President and CEO Fagerhult
Markus Hofmann, Chairman, ERGO Group
David Honeyfield, CFO PDC Energy, Inc. [DENVER] (NASDAQ: PDCE)
James Hooke, CEO MIC
Idar Horstad, CEO Magseis
Andrew House, CEO Sony
Erik Hugger, CEO Vevo CEO
Kirk Humphreys, Director Oklahoma Board of Regents
Bob Iger, CEO Disney
Jeff Immelt, Co-Chair, General Electric Co. ("Edison Electric Light Company, the patent-holding company and the financial arm backed by J.P. Morgan and the Vanderbilt family for Edison's lighting experiments")
Blake Irving, CEO GoDaddy
Ken Jacobson, CFO Avnet [PHOENIX] (NYSE: AVT)
Timothy L. Jarm, CEO, The Center for Health Affairs and CHAMPS Healthcare
Emillio Azcarraga Jean, CEO Televisa
Dr. Tae Heum “Ted” Jeong, Sr., VP Finance, CFO & Secr. Rexahn Pharmaceuticals, Inc. [ROCKVILLE, Md.] (NYSE MKT: RNN)
Eskil Jersing, CEO Sterling Energy
Joseph Jimenez, CEO Novartis (drug developer)
Markus Jooste, CEO Steinhoff’s R 100bn
Brian Joyce, Democrat, Massachusetts
Travis Kalanick, CEO Uber (FIRED)
Tharumalingam Kanagalingam, Deputy CEO, AirAsia Bhd
Rahul Kanani, CEO KSS
Geoffrey Kapusa, Presenter, Malawi Broadcasting Corp.
Johan Karlstrom, CEO Skanska
David Karp, CEO Tumblr
Karen Katz, CEO Neiman Marcus
Simon Kelly, CEO Ardent Leisure
Carsten Kengeter, CEO Deutsche Boerse
Dr. Charles Kimei, CEO CRDB Bank
Julius Kipng’etich, CEO Uchumi Supermarkets
Klaus Kleinfeld, CEO Arconic
Marco Kobal, CEO NiceHash
David Koeller, Treasurer, Justice Democrats
Thomas Liguori, CFO Advanced Energy Industries (NASDAQ:AEIS)
Daiki Lim, CEO Cheil Worldwide
Pham Linh, Member Board of Directors, Xanh Real Estate Service & Constructions Corporation
Kenneth Loberg, Deputy CEO Kopenhagen Fur
Lowell McAdam, CEO Verizon resigns from General Electric Board
Ian McLeod, CEO Southeastern Grocers (Winn-Dixie)
Dave McClure, CEO 500 Startups
Bill McNabb, III, CEO Vanguard
David Maimon, CEO El Al
Avner Maimon, CEO Israel’s Oil Refineries
Gary Malaer, CEO Carolinas Hospital System
Kevin Mansell, CEO Kohl’s
Sergio Marchionne, CEO Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
James Marcotuli,CEO & Chairman of Board, Remington
Bob Maresca, CEO Bose
Kevin Marsh, SCANA Corp
Brad Marshall, CFO DNC
Gary Masse, CEO, Coveris
Robert Matschullat, Board Disney
Andy Mattes, CEO Diebold/Nixdorf (Resigned on election day Dec. 13 due to voter rigging by Diebold machines in Alabama)

Marissa Mayer, CEO Verizon
Robert Mercer, CEO Renaissance Technologies
Phil Meyer, CEO Valley PBS
Luis Miranda, Director DNC
Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh, CEO, Pos Malaysia
Johan Molin, President & CEO, ASSA ABLOY
Juan Montano, Police Chief, City of Las Vegas
Neil J. Moore, President & CEO, University of Maryland Capital Region Health
Joe Muganda, CEO Nation Media Group
Yousef muhomo'd the pedo goatfucker, Speaker, Kurdistan Regional Government Parliament
Brian Mullaney, WonderWork (provides free surgeries for poor children in developing countries)
Ann Murray, CEO YMCA=Selma Dallas County
Witali Leontjewitsch Mutko, President Russian Football Union
Sergio Marchionne, CEO Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Roger Nasset, Police Chief Kalispell, MT
Phan Ngoc Son, Deputy CEO, Bentre Aquaproduct
Doan Ngoc Quang CEO Legal Rep. Foreign Trade Development and Investment
Van Lam Nguyen, Deputy CEO, Lam Son Sugar Joint Stock Corporation
Van Toan Nguyen, Deputy CEO, Hoang Quan Consulting
William S. Niebur, CEO Origin Agritech Limited (agricultural biotechnology trait and corn seed provider)
Anthony Noto, COO, Twitter
Thomas O’Brien, CEO TravelCenters of America LLC
David O’Connor, CEO Madison Square Garden
Kathleen O’Toole, Police Chief, Seattle, WA
Kwon Oh-hyun, CEO Samsung
Aireen Omar, CEO, AirAsia Bhd
Matt Ouimet, CEO Cedar Fair
Ron Shaich, CEO Panera
Terrance Paradie, CFO TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE: TDG)
Paul Parilla, Chairman of the Board, U.S.A. Gymnastics
Mick Pattinson, CEO AspenPointe
Norman Pattiz, UC Regent

Kevin Pearson, Football Coach at Cathedral
Matthew Pigeon, CFO, Sientra
Barclay A. 'Buck' Phillips, Senior VP, CFO & Treasurer, Novavax
Roy Pitchford, CEO Vast Resources
Kevin Plank, CEO UnderArmour
Tony Podesta, ??CEO, Podesta Group
Luke Pomilio, Exec. VP & CFO, CONMED Corporation (CNMD)
James Henderson, CEO Bell Pottinger
Mauricio Prad, Brazil Head, Salesforce (cloud software firm)
Roy Price, Amazon Studios
Glenn Prillaman, CEO Stanley Furniture Co
Bach Quoc Chinh, Deputy CEO Vimedimex Medi
Darla D. Ramirez, CFO, Pier 1 Imports, Inc. [FORT WORTH, Texas] (NYSE: PIR)
Ricardo L. Ramos, CEO Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority
Josh Randle, President Miss America
John Reid, CEO Cable & Wireless
Rob Rhinehart CEO Soylent
John Riccitiello CEO Electronic Arts
Cecil Richards, President, Planned Parenthood
Jerry Richardson, Owner Panthers NFL Team
Jason Rittenberry, CEO, Kentucky Venues
Xavier Rolet, CEO London Stock Exchange
Tom Root, Police Chief Princeton
Greg Rush, CFO INCResearch/inventive Health [RALEIGH, N.C.] (NASDAQ: INCR)
William H. Saito, EO Japan Airlines Co.
Maher Salman Al Musallam, CEO Bahraini national carrier Gulf Air
Matt Salzberg, CEO Blue Apron Holdings
Wayne Samson, CEO Ellies
Sheryl Sandberg, COO Facebook resigns from Disney Board
Keith Sandlin, CEO Cartersville Medical Center
Bob Sasser, CEO Dollar Tree
Andrew Schade, a central Wisconsin Police Chief
Gregory W. Schafer, COO, Aduro Biotech, Inc. [BERKELEY, Calif.] (NASDAQ: ADRO)
Terry Schmid, CFO, Imperva, Inc. (NASDAQ: IMPV
Eric Schmidt, CEO Google
John Schnatter, CEO/Founder Papa John’s (remains as Chairman of the Board)
Marco Schroeder, CEO Oi SA
Tom Schultz, Director, Dept. of Lands for State of Idaho
Darren Scotti, CFO, Nohla Therapeutics Inc.
Ron Shaich, CEO Panera
Nurit Shein, CEO Mazzoni Center
Barry Sherman, Founder of Apotex (murdered)
D. Shivakumar, CEO Pepsico India
Vishal Sikka, CEO Infosys
Russell Simmons, CEO Rush Communications
John Skipper, President ESPN
Jeffrey T. Slovin, CEO Dentsply Sirona Inc
Orin Smith, Board Disney
Richard Smith, CEO Equifax
Sally Smith, CEO Buffalo Wild Wings
Marty Snella, CTO and CIO, Zayo Group, LLC
Stefan Sommer, Chairman, ZF Friedrichshafen
Charles Spackman, CEO Spackman Entertainment Group
Mark Speece, CEO Rent-a-Center
Larry Spikes, Administrative Officer, Kings County, California
Kelvin Spiller, CEO, City of Greater Geelong
Jeff Stampohar, Hancock County Health System
Samson Steinman, Mayor, Rahway, NJ
Randall Stephenson, CEO AT&T (resigning from Boeing Board of Directors)
Gerald Storch, CEO Hudson’s Bay (owns Sak’s Fifth Avenue & Lord & Taylor)
Bruno Strigini, CEO Novartis Oncology
Tim Sullivan, CEO Ancestry
Olaug Svarva, the CEO Government Pension Fund of Norway
Joseph Swedish, CEO, Anthem Health
Mary Szela, CEO Novelion Therapeutics (aspire s to be “leader” in rare diseases)
Shigehisa Takada, CEO Takata
Phil Taylor, Norman, Oklahoma Police Sargent
Peter Terium, CEO Innogy
Paul Thein, CEO Greater Naples
Alfred Thomas, Charlottsville Police Chief
Dorothy Thompson, CEO Drax
Inge Thulin, CEO 3M
Robin S. Tolbert, CEO Aida Minerals Corp
Chia Nam Toon, CEO ASCENDAS Funds Mgmt
Richard Trujillo, City Manager, City of Las Vegas
Cenk Uygur, Board Member, Justice Democrats
Suman Verma, Congress Chief, Kangra, India
Pierin Vincenz, President Board of Directors Helvetia Insurance
Renier Vree, CFO Arcadis
Paul Wagner, CFO Pfenex Inc
Marni Walden, Exec. VP for Media of Verizon
Joan Walsh, Prominent Liberal, FIRED from MSNBC
Alexander Wang, CEO Alexander Wang
John Watson, CEO Chevron
Lynn Weidner, Chairman Miss America
Harvey Weinstein, Fired 10-8-17 from The Weinstein Company
Larry Weis, CEO City Light
Tim Westergren, CEO Pandora
Marla Weston, CEO ANA Enterprise
Meg Whitman, CEO Hewlett-Packard
Christopher Williams, President & CEO Proven Weath Ltd.
Kimberly Williams , CEO, Lawrence Arts Center.
Larry Wittig, Chairman, Pennsylvania Board of Education
Jerome Zeldis, Member of Board of Directors – “CFO”?? BioSig Technologies, Inc.
Pierre Zhuang,CEO China Bó Lè Associates Group
Robert Zoellick, a former World Bank president and “Most prestigious board member of Laureate Education”
Clinton University Scandal Netted Bill $16.5 Million:
Joseph Zubretsky, The Hanover Insurance Group

State Employees/Police Chiefs, Etc.

Forced Retirement:
NYPD Chief of Community Affairs, Joanne Jaffe (refused to retire, being moved to another department)
NYPD Chief of Citywide Operations, Thomas Purtell (refused to retire, being moved to another department)
NYPD Chief of Transit, Joseph Fox (refused to retire, being moved to another department)
NYPD Chief of Personnel, Diana Pizzuti
NYPD Chief of Department, Carlos Gomez

Other Government Employees:

Xavier Becerra, D, Attorney Gen. of California
John Feeley, US Ambassador to Panama
Richard Cordray, Director, Consumer Financial Protection Agency
Alex Kozinski, 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Judge San Francisco
Andrew McCabe, FBI Deputy Director
Patrick Meehan, R, PA removed from Ethics Committee due to sexual harassment payments cloaked as “salary”
Michael Mulvaney, R, Director U.S. Office of Mgmt & Budget
Mike Pompeo, R, Director of CIA
Tom Price, R, Former Secrtary of Health & Human Services
Mike Rogers, NSA Director and Head of Cyber Command
James Rybicki, Chief of Staff, FBI
Jeff Sessions, R , U.S. Attorney General
Steven Myhre, Acting US Atty Nevada
Javier Palomarez, President and CEO of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Brian Stretch, U.S. Attorney Northern District California
Colonel Dave Williams, Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) in Trinidad
Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve
Ryan Zinke, R, U.S. Secretary of the Interior)

US Senators Resigning:
Brandon Beach, R. Georgia
Xavier Becerra, D, Attorney Gen. of California
Bob Corker, R, Tennessee
Jeff Flake, R, Arizona
Al Franken, D, Minnesota
Orrin Hatch, D, Utah
Jack Latvala, R, Florida
John McCain, Senator AZ
Bob Corner, R, Tennessee

US House Members Resigning:
Joe Barton, R, Texas
Corrine Brown, D, Florida (sentenced to 5 years in prison:)
Jason Chaffetz, R, Utah
John Conyers Jr., D, Michigan
John Delaney, D, Maryland
Charles W. Dent, R, Pennsylvania
John J. Duncan Jr., R, Tennessee
Blake Farenthld, R, Texas
Trent Franks, R, Arizona
Bob Goodlatte, R, Virginia
Gene Green, D, Texas
Luis V. Gutierrez, D, Illinois
Jeb Hensarling, R, Texas
Brandon Hixon, R, Caldwell, Idaho, resigned in October while facing a criminal investigation by the Attorney General's
office for sexual abuse of minor

Darrell Issa, R, California (Diane Feinstein’s husband)
Lynn Jenkins, R, Kansas
Sam Johnson, R, Texas:
Ruben J. Kihuen, D, Nevada
Sandy Levin, D, Michigan
Frank LoBiondo, R, New Jersey Dist. 2
Tim Murphy, R, Pennsylvania
Ted Poe, R, Texas
Marie Rader, R, Kentucky
Dave Reichert, R, Washington
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R, Florida
Edward Royce, R, CA Dist 39
Carol Shea-Porter, D, New Hampshire
Bill Shuster, R, PA Dist. 9
Lamar Smith, R, Texas
Patrick J. Tiberi, R, Ohio
David Trott, R, Michigan
Niki Tsongas, D, Massachusetts

Politicians with Criminal Charges:

Brandon Hixon, R, Caldwell, Idaho, resigned in October while facing a criminal investigation by the Attorney General's
office for sexual abuse of minor

Brian Joyce, Democrat, Massachusetts:
charged w/113 count Federal indictments including charges of racketeering, extortion, wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the IRS and money laundering.

Sam Johnson, R, Texas:
charged w/113 count Federal indictments including charges of racketeering, extortion, wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the IRS and money laundering

Senator Bob Menendez, D, New Jersey:
An indictment charges Menendez and Melgen with a long-running bribery scheme in which Menendez allegedly traded political influence for gifts including flights on Melgen’s private jet between the U.S. and Melgen’s home at a Dominican Republic resort.

Here are 81 hospital and health system CEO retirements that occurred or were announced this year.
The names are listed below, in alphabetical order.
Note: This list is not exhaustive. If you are a hospital or health system CEO who shared retirement plans or retired in 2017, please contact Anuja Vaidya at [email protected] for inclusion on this list.
1. Irvine, Calif.-based St. Joseph Hoag Health CEO Richard Afable, MD, plans to retire by the end of the year.
2. Townshend, Vt.-based Grace Cottage Family Health and Hospital CEO Roger Allbee announced his retirement plans.
3. Memorial Hermann Cypress (Texas) Hospital Senior Vice President and CEO Scott Barbe retired, effective July 8.
4. Hillsboro, Ore.-based Tuality Healthcare CEO Manuel Berman is retiring, effective Jan. 15, 2018.
5. Birmingham, Ala.-based St. Vincent's Health System President and CEO Neeysa Biddle retired, effective June 30.
6. Cape Girardeau, Mo.-based Saint Francis Healthcare System President and CEO Steven C. Bjelich's retirement was effective Sept. 1.
7. Victoria, Texas-based DeTar Healthcare System CEO William R. Blanchard will retire at the end of 2017.
8. Bob Bonar, CEO of Minneapolis-based Children's Minnesota retired, effective Dec. 8.
9. Medical City Arlington (Texas) announced CEO Winston Borland retired, effective March 31.
10. Jon D. Braband, president and CEO of Glencoe (Minn.) Regional Health Services, is retiring in July 2018.
11. J. Lindsey Bradley Jr., retired as senior vice president of group operations and CEO for Irving, Texas-based Christus Health's Northeast Texas region.
12. Bloomington, Minn.-based HealthPartners President and CEO Mary Brainerd retired June 1.
13. Stoughton (Wis.) Hospital President and CEO Terry Brenny is retiring, effective June 2018.
14. Richard C. Breon, president and CEO of Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Spectrum Health, plans to retire, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
15. Portland, Ore.-based Legacy Health President and CEO George J. Brown, MD, is retiring at the end of 2017, after serving as leader of the health system for nearly a decade.
16. Charleston, S.C.-based Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital CEO Allen Carroll retired after 27 years.
17. Canton, Ohio-based Mercy Medical Center President and CEO Thomas E. Cecconi is retiring, effective Dec. 31.
18. Grangeville, Idaho-based Syringa Hospital and Clinics CEO Joe Cladouhos retired.
19. Philip A. Clayton, president and CEO of Conway (S.C.) Medical Center, is retiring, effective Dec. 31.
20. Toby Cosgrove, MD, president and CEO of Cleveland Clinic, revealed plans to transition out of his executive roles by the end of 2017.
21. Fairmont (W. Va.) Regional Medical Center CEO and CNO Margaret Coster, MSN, RN, retired, effective April 30.
22. Dayton (Ohio) VA Medical Center CEO Glenn Costie retired in October.
23. Doug Crabtree, CEO of Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls, is retiring, effective Dec. 31.
24. New London, Conn.-based Lawrence + Memorial Healthcare CEO Bruce Cummings announced plans to retire.
25. Blackfoot, Idaho-based Bingham Memorial Hospital Interim CEO Jeff Daniels retired, effective Nov. 17.
26. Evan Dillard, president and CEO of Hattiesburg, Miss.-based Forrest Health, is retiring, effective in 2019.
27. Edward Dzielak, DO, retired as CEO of Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton, Pa., after serving the organization for 38 years.
28. Michael Faas, president and CEO of Wyoming-based Metro Health-University of Michigan Health, is planning to retire, effective 2018.
29. Jerry Fedele, president and CEO of Boca Raton (Fla.) Regional Hospital, is planning to retire in August 2018.
30. Omaha, Neb.-based Methodist Health System announced President and CEO John Fraser will retire, effective Dec. 31, 2017.
31. Dan Friedrich, CEO of Bradenton, Fla.-based Blake Medical Center, will retire after 15 years of service once his replacement is identified.
32. Jill Fuller, president and CEO of Watertown, S.D.-based Prairie Lakes Healthcare System, announced her intention to retire.
33. Hudson (Wis.) Hospital & Clinic President and CEO Marian Furlong retired Oct. 6.
34. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health Interim President and CEO Kevin Fusco retired, effective May, 26.
35. Bayfront Health-St. Petersburg (Fla.) CEO Kathryn Gillette retired.
36. Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding, Calif., announced the retirement of CEO Cyndy Gordon.
37. Lafayette, Colo.-based Good Samaritan Medical Center President and CEO Dave Hamm retired at the end of March.
38. Alexander Hatala retired as CEO of Camden, N.J.-based Lourdes Health System.
39. Robert (Bob) Hemker, president and CEO of Escondido, Calif.-based Palomar Health, retired after nearly two decades with the organization.

40. St. Louis-based Ascension Healthcare CEO Robert J. Henkel retired, effective June 30.
41. Michael Henze, CEO of Osage Beach, Mo.-based Lake Regional Health System, retired Nov. 1 after holding the position for 27 years.
42. Tom Huebner, president and CEO of Rutland (Vt.) Regional Medical Center, announced his plans to retire, effective March 31, 2018.
43. Hays (Kan.) Medical Center CEO John Jeter, MD, plans to retire, effective Jan. 1, 2018.
44. Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center Regional President and CEO Dave Kapaska, DO, retired, effective June 30.
45. Providence, R.I.-based Care New England Health System President and CEO Dennis D. Keefe will retire at the end of the year.
46. Sallisaw, Okla.-based Sequoyah Memorial Hospital Administrator/CEO Debbie Knoke retired in June.
47. Oklahoma City-based Integris Health President and CEO Bruce Lawrence plans to retire at the end of 2017.
48. Robert Letson, CEO of South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, Alaska, is retiring in June 2018.
49. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic Health System's Randall Linton, MD, president and CEO of its northwest Wisconsin region, retired.
50. Medford-based Providence Medical Group-Southern Oregon Chief Executive Cindy Mayo, MSN, retired in August.
51. Medford, Mass.-based Hallmark Health President and CEO Alan Macdonald announced plans to retire, after 20 years with the health system.
52. Kennewick, Wash.-based Trios Health CEO Glen Marshall retired in June 2017.
53. Buffalo, N.Y.-based Catholic Health Joseph D. McDonald announced his plans to retire in early 2018.
54. University of New Mexico (Albuquerque) Hospitals CEO Steve McKernan retired in October.
55. Marlton, N.J.-based Virtua health system CEO Richard P. Miller plans to retire at the end of 2017, ending a 21-year stint as the organization's leader.
56. Corvallis, Ore.-based Samaritan Health Services President and CEO Larry Mullins is stepping down at the end of the year, after leading the health system for 25 years.
57. Fort Myers, Fla.-based Lee Health President and CEO Jim Nathan stepped down June 1, after serving as leader of the health system for close to 36 years.
58. Evanston, Ill.-based NorthShore University Health System has announced longtime President and CEO Mark Neaman will transition from his current role to become executive chairman of the board of directors.
59. Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., announced President and CEO Jim O'Loughlin retired in April 2017.
60. Metairie, La.-based East Jefferson General Hospital President and CEO Mark Peters, MD, retired, effective March 16.
61. Detroit-based Henry Ford Hospital President and CEO John Popovich, MD, announced his retirement, effective at the end of the second quarter of 2018.
62. John Porter, president and CEO of Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera Health, is retiring in 2018, ending a 44-year career with the organization.
63. Byron Quinton, president and CEO of Clarion (Pa.) Hospital, retired at the end of October.
64. Pasadena, Calif.-based Huntington Hospital President and CEO Steve Ralph is retiring at the end of the year or in early 2018, ending a 22-year tenure as leader of the hospital.
65. William T. Richardson, president and CEO of Tift Regional Health System in Tifton, Ga., is retiring, effective January 2018.
66. J. Anthony Rose, president and CEO of Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory, N.C., is retiring at the end of December.
67. Queensbury, N.Y.-based Hudson Headwaters Health Network CEO John Rugge, MD, retired, effective July 1.

68. Cartersville (Ga.) Medical Center President and CEO Keith Sandlin will retire in January 2018.
69. Galesburg (Ill.) Cottage Hospital CEO Barry Schneider retired, effective May 2.
70. Linda Shroyer, CEO of Potomac Valley Hospital in Keyser, W. Va., is retiring at the end of the year.
71. Falls Church, Va.-based Inova CEO J. Knox Singleton, 69, revealed plans to retire July 1, 2018.
72. Port Huron, Mich.-based Lake Huron Medical Center CEO Rebekah Smith, RN, is retired in spring 2017.
73. Broken Bow, Neb.-based Melham Memorial Medical Center President/CEO Michael J. Steckler announced his retirement plans, ending a 32-year tenure.
74. Norwalk, Ohio-based Fisher-Titus Medical Center President and CEO Lorna Strayer is retiring in 2018.
75. Indian River Medical Center in Vero Beach, Fla., announced the retirement of CEO Jeffrey L. Susi by the end of 2017.
76. Leesburg, Va.-based Inova Loudoun Hospital CEO H. Patrick Walters retired.
77. William Webster, president and CEO of Medical Center Health System in Odessa, Texas, is retiring, effective in January 2018.
78. Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie, Pa., announced in March its CEO Scott Whalen is retiring, but did not specify when.
79. Houston-based Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center CEO Terry Wheeler retired, ending a 14-year tenure.
80. Petersburg (Ark.) Medical Center CEO Elizabeth Woodyard, RN, is retiring in June 2018.
81. Butte, Mont.-based St. James Healthcare CEO Chuck Wright retired, effective Feb. 17.

All getting replaced by chabad jews.

What is the significance of this?
There are 5,500 hospitals in the US. Lets say the average hospital CEO serves 30 years (obviously they serve a lot less) that would mean 183 would be retiring every year.

Nothing Q ever said was info in advance. Q was just super autistic and on top of breaking info and then spun it every time. Why would you fall for such an obvoius LARP? When did Q offer anything that wasn't already being talked about or given conjecture. Never. Although people tried to lie to make Q legit. Still waiting for anything breaking from Q that was actually sourced by Q. Nothing.

I don't know why this list ended up under "Jews and their Lies" I wanted it to be in the section with Q research. I'm new.

It's CIANigger and you faggots have to go back