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Features Health & Wellness AMC recognizes hospital volunteers

Jim Bross, president & CEO, Judi Longworth, Arthur Chika, Jean Sanders, Jodi Yacks, and Jennifer Hollifield, Director of Volunteer ServicesAngel Medical Center (AMC) honored its volunteers with a luncheon, to recognize the hours that volunteers contribute to the hospital. Volunteers work in every department in the hospital and hospice in same day surgery, outpatient medicine, registration, med/surg unit, lab, radiology, gift shop, home health, hospice, thrift shop, shredders, material management, physical therapy, pharmacy, office work, home crafters (making walker bags, stuffed animals, quilts, baby booties, baby caps, etc.), and working at special events in the hospital such as the Teddy Bear Clinic, scrub sales, book sales, and more.

The approximate 150 active volunteers contributed more than 30,000 volunteer hours to AMC last fiscal year. These dedicated men and women give not only their time but also their talents and most importantly, their smiles.

About 45 volunteers were recognized for their hours of service to AMC, four in particular included:

  • Susan Huggart with 10,000 hours
  • Jean Williams with 13,000 hours
  • Pat Matteson with 16,000 hours
  • Grace Hill with 21,000 hours

Two new lifetime members – 20 years of service or 5,000 hours – were announced: Jo Marshall and Judy Nevins. In addition, there was a change of leadership for the auxiliary. The 2013-15 auxiliary officers are president, Judi Longworth; vice-president, Arthur Chika; treasurer, Jean Sanders; and secretary, Jodi Yacks.


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