CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial Volunteers Recognized for Their Service

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On March 23 during an appreciation luncheon, CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial Volunteer Auxiliary recognized several of its members who have dedicated thousands of hours in service to the hospital staff and guests.

Whether it is popping popcorn for academic scholarships, answering phones or helping family members in hospital waiting rooms, the Memorial Volunteers are a critical component to the hospital’s success.

Linda Sue Mills received a pin to put on her uniform recognizing her first 100 hours served. Other service award pin recipients include Desiree Barnett, Onnie Jordan, Barbara Shea, and Pat Troudt.
Pictured from left to right: O?Deane Ellisor, 500 hours; Doris Harkness, 500 hours; and Anita Jackson, 3,000 hours.
Pictured from left to right, recognizing 400 hours served: Melinda Smith, JoAnn Handley and Sylvia Goff.
Pictured from left to right, recognizing 300 hours served: Pat Guinn, Carolyn Crawford, Marianne Bryson, Dorothy Brock, Betsy Brock, and Evelyn Blattner. Amy Porter (not pictured) was recognized for 200 hours served.
Also at the appreciation luncheon, System Director of Marketing Yana Ogletree swore in the new Volunteer Auxiliary officers for 2016-2017. They are (from left to right) Linda Smith, Treasurer; Jean Mizell, Vice President; Gloria Gregory, President; and Sarah Page, Secretary.
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