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W.Va. hospital development committee honors donors at banquet

July 15, 2013
  • The War Memorial Hospital Development Committee held its inaugural President's Dinner on June 14 at Cacapon Resort State Park. Guests honored were, first row, from left, Bob Banks, Janie Swaim (in honor of Gladys Butts), Glen Stotler and Dr. Edward Quarantillo. Second row, Charles S. Trump IV (in honor of Charles S. Trump II), Bill Locke, Dr. Mira McLeod-Birschbach, Warren Widmyer (in honor of Ralph Widmyer), Herb Eppinger (in honor of Becky Ruppenthal), Brown Norton, Frank Subasic and Tommy Swaim, with Todd Way, senior vice president of regional operations for Valley Health. Honorees not in attendance were John Borg, Richard Gay, Nancy Douglas (in honor of Bob Hale), Richard Johnson, J. Philip Kesecker, Tom Seely and Hoy Shingleton.
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BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — The War Memorial Hospital Development Committee held its inaugural President’s Dinner on June 14 at Cacapon Resort State Park near Berkeley Springs.

Corporate, leadership and individual donors, along with 19 special guests, were recognized at the event.

Guests honored were Bob Banks, Janie Swaim (in honor of Gladys Butts), Glen Stotler, Dr. Edward Quarantillo, Charles S. Trump IV (in honor of Charles S. Trump II), Bill Locke, Dr. Mira McLeod-Birschbach, Warren Widmyer (in honor of Ralph Widmyer), Herb Eppinger (in honor of Becky Ruppenthal), Brown Norton, Frank Subasic and Tommy Swaim.

Honorees not in attendance were John Borg, Richard Gay, Nancy Douglas (in honor of Bob Hale), Richard Johnson, J. Philip Kesecker, Tom Seely and Hoy Shingleton.

The nonprofit War Memorial Hospital Development Fund provides funding to support the hospital and the health of the local community.

During the past year, more than $8,500 in grants was awarded for the purchase of an infant doll kit to provide child abuse-prevention education, various activity resources for residents of the hospital’s Extended Care Unit, transportation funding for patients needing a ride home after discharge from the hospital, nursing education textbooks and an indigent medication program for patients needing essential medications upon discharge from the hospital.

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