Gateway to Hope Announces New Board President and Vice President

September 29, 2015 3:28 pm

ST. LOUIS (Sept. 21, 2015) — Marty Moore, Chief Financial Officer of Baldwin Technology, an international manufacturing company owned by Forsyth Capital/Barry-Wehmiller, has been named President of the Board of Directors at Gateway to Hope. Evan Goldfarb, a Partner at Thompson Coburn, has been elected Vice President of the Board.

Gateway to Hope secures comprehensive medical care and provides financial assistance for individuals in need diagnosed with or at high risk for developing breast cancer.

Both Moore and Goldfarb have been instrumental in Gateway to Hope’s continued growth having served on the organization’s board and executive committee for many years. Rick Rovak, previous board president, is currently serving as interim executive director for Gateway to Hope.

“Both Evan and I are committed to seeing Gateway to Hope purposefully grow and save more patients’ lives,” Moore said. “The organization provides a lifeline to breast cancer patients and helps ease their financial and emotional burdens so they can focus on healing.”

About Gateway To Hope

Founded in 2005 by Dr. David Caplin, a plastic/reconstructive surgeon, and Dr. Marlys Schuh, an oncologic breast surgeon, Gateway to Hope has helped more than 700 individuals by providing them with services ranging from financial assistance with mortgage and utility payments to the full spectrum of surgical and medical care, at little or no cost. Through corporate and private sector donations, the Gateway to Hope Insurance Premium Program was initiated in 2015. This innovative program assists with the payment of health insurance premiums for individuals undergoing breast cancer treatment and reconstruction. For more information, if you or someone you know has breast cancer, please call the Gateway to Hope Breast Cancer Lifeline – 314-569-1113 – or visit