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Memorial Hospital Honors Auxiliary

GULFPORT, Miss.—Memorial Hospital honored its Auxiliary with a luncheon and awards ceremony on January 11 at the Island View Hotel in Gulfport.

The ceremony began with a welcome from Cathy Wood, Memorial Vice-President, Human Resources. Volunteers were recognized for completing individual service hours and for their tremendous contribution to the hospital exceeding $160,000. Their volunteer efforts, along with Gift Shop and vendor sales, support patient programs and employees at Memorial Hospital. Memorial Administration presented volunteers with their awards and also expressed sincere appreciation for service hours performed. During 2016, Auxiliary volunteers donated 22,780 hours of service to the hospital. Kathie Short, Secretary, Memorial Board of Trustees, administered the Oath of Office to induct the 2017 Auxiliary Officers.

Honorees and their individual hours of service donated through calendar year 2016:
50 hours – Lisa D’ Alessandro, Linda Morris, Teresa Taylor, Joanne Vicory and Jackie Wilson; 100 hours – Susan Donlin, Ginger Martinka, Kathy Moore, Mary Pecoul, Bob Sawyer, Joe Todaro, Sallie Walker, Carol West and Rusty Wilkinson; 200 hours – Janice Kennedy, Sandy Meaut, Judy Pucheu, Millard Quigley, James Thomas and Romon Tims; 300 hours – Jean Hauer, Tracy Lowry, Allan Murphey, Charlotte Strahan and Stephanie Ye; 400 hours – Charles Hibbard, Percy Manning and Ann Ryan; 500 hours – LaNelle Davis, Alma Dedeaux, Roberta Lundquist, Judi Matsuba, and Carmen Venney; 600 hours – Lucy Hazeur, Robert Jones, Elaine Nelson, Rita Swenson; 700 hours – Edie Hurlstone and Ellen Lindsey; 800 hours – Doris Hill and John Hunter; 900 hours – Sophia Humphrey; 1,000 hours – Lee Barnes, Ernest Chancellor, Lucienne Puckett, Sammie Smith, Vera Spears, Lydia Trisotto and Sylvia Welch; 1,500 hours – Margie Jefferson, Roy Puckett and Margie Young; 2,000 hours – Abbe Engman and Pete Raif; 2,500 hours – Judy Crim; 3,500 hours – Patty Craven, Aurelia Hagin, Bill Matheny, Ethelyn Mozingo, Lotte Wagner and Nashie Ward; 4,000 hours – Ann Collins and Beverly Lee; 5,000 hours – Sandy Morrison; 5,500 hours – Carrie Jones; 6,000 hours – Peggy Bragg and 6,500 hours – Raymond Lindsey, Barbara Martin and Peter Psikogios.

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