William C. Dillon MD , FACC , and President of STHF is an interventional cardiologist. He
is interested in improving cardiac arrest care in the community. See “General Background” for
Dr. Dillon’s profile.
Timothy Cahill, Vice President of STHF, is a successful entrepreneur, and presently a
principal with AfterMath Claim Science, Inc., a data mining, analytics and healthcare services
organization. Tim has over 25 years’ experience in various forms of corporate and business
development activities to include innovative concept, product development and sales related
growth initiatives in the healthcare services industry to include several business ventures
culminating in successful transactions for both principals and employees. Tim serves on the
board of Health Support Systems, and is an active participant with the award winning School of
Entrepreneurship program at The University of Dayton.
Bill Precious, Treasurer of STHF, is a native of Louisville and spent over 25 years working for
various banks and financial institutions in Louisville concentrating in such areas as trust
investment mgt., corporate cash mgt., institutional fixed income sales, mutual fund operations
and financial management services. Bill previously served on the board of Stage One and
currently serves as President of the board of Lakeside Seahawks swim team. He is also a
registered swimming official with KHSAA, USA Swimming and the NCAA.
Sally Dillon, Secretary of STHF, is an active volunteer for JCPS having served as a School
Based Decision Making Council representative, Ballard High School tennis booster president,
Kammerer tennis team coordinator, Kammerer Middle School PTSA vice president, a writing
tutor and organizer of school wide events. Sally graduated from DePauw University, obtained
her masters in counseling and psychology from St. Mary’s University and worked in the
insurance industry for 7 years.
Roz Cordini is an associate attorney at Wyatt, Tarrant and Combs, LLP. A long time
registered nurse, Roz practices on the health services team of the firm, advising healthcare
clients in areas related to contracts, HIPAA, EMTALA, Medicare coverage and reimbursement,
fraud and abuse, licensure, medical staff issues and various other patient care and regulatory
John Mandrola, MD, practices cardiac electrophysiology at Baptist Health Louisville. A
native of Connecticut, he trained in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Indiana University
Medical Center. His professional interests include implantation of cardiac devices and catheter
ablation techniques. Though a procedure-oriented caregiver, John remains a strong advocate for
healthy living through exercise and good choices. Outside the hospital, John enjoys cycling,
running and writing.