In 1957, one year after Cardinal Glennon Memorial Hospital for Children opened its doors, the first Glennon Guild was formed. Over the past 54 years, the Glennon Guild has remained true to its mission of serving as the hands of Christ by promoting and advancing the welfare of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, its patients, and staff through volunteer effort. Through the dedication of the 300+ member Glennon Guild, several million dollars and thousands of service hours have been contributed to the hospital. This past June, I began my presidency of the Glennon Guild Board. In the 15 years that I have served on the Guild Board, I have been continually awed by the talents and generosity of the 70 women with whom I serve. “No” is a word that does not exist in the vocabulary of these women. Whether working tirelessly on one of the annual events: the Lobby Sale for Cardinal Over the past 54 years, the Glennon staff and visitors, Glennon Guild has remained the fall Fashion Show true to its mission of serving and Luncheon, or on a spring Showhouse, as the hands of Christ... the Guild Board members are united by their desire to help bring the best of care to the children served by SSM Cardinal Glennon. Clearly, “Our love for kids just keeps on growing!” This fall, the Glennon Guild is launching two new fundraisers to benefit SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. By now, you have probably seen or heard one of the radio or TV spots, newspaper features, or billboards promoting the Glennon Card. The Glennon Card, the result of a partnership between the Guild and the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation, is a discount shopping and dining card program. The Glennon Card may be purchased for $50 at one of nearly 50 local merchants. Glennon Card purchasers will receive 20% discount at over 225 fabulous shops, restaurants, spas and salons from Oct. 28 through Nov. 6, 2011. One hundred percent of this tax deductible contribution directly benefits Cardinal Glennon. Participating merchants are listed at glennoncard.org. The second Glennon Guild initiative this fall is Glennon Gourmet, a cookbook filled with more than 450 recipes from Guild members and friends. Glennon Gourmet may be purchased online at glennon.org for $25. Glennon Gourmet and the Glennon Card bring you two opportunities to support SSM Cardinal Glennon this fall and holiday season. Together, we can make a difference. Together, we can grow the love at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
Cindy Brooks President, Glennon Guild Board
Volume 30, Number 2 Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation BOARD OF GOVERNORS Archbishop, Robert J. Carlson Chairman of the Board Thomas E. Hilton First Vice President James G. Castellano Treasurer Dan Buck Executive Director Lynn Beall Dana M. Beffa James G. Brennan J. Michael Bruno Molly N. Cline Honorable Gerald B.Cohn Bob Costas Jacqueline B. Danis Darryl W. Davis Dan Dierdorf John F. Eilermann Douglas Fabick Harry P. Fabick Walter J.Galvin Dennis G. Gipson Mark. J. Guyol Sherlyn Hailstone John F. Hefele Michael H. Heinz Edward T. Hempstead Edward D. Higgins Dennis J. Jacknewitz Marie Jacobs James G. Koman Nancy Koplar
Julian L. Carr, Jr. President Marian V. Mehan Second Vice President Allen D. Allred Secretary June L. Pickett Assistant Secretary John C. Kueneke Craig E. LaBarge Robert M. Merenda Thomas M. Noonan Christopher R. Pronger Jeffry N. Quinn Jerry E. Ritter Sr.Mary Jean Ryan, FSM James M. Sanger Kathryn Sansone Jack Schreiber Thom Sehnert Donna Beck Smith Bryan M. Swift James F. Whalen Milton P. Wilkins, Jr. Robert J. Witterschein Chris Zuckerman EX-OFFICIO John Appelbaum Brian Behrens Cindy Brooks Craig R. Campbell Timothy M. Schilling
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Hi! I’m Higgins! The Importance of Dog Therapy
2 AROUND GLENNON
Find out the latest news
4 GLENNON GATHERINGS Pictures from recent events
Called to Serve the Most Vulnerable The Knights of Columbus
8 CORPORATE CORNER McBride and Sons
28 GLENNON KIDS Best Buds
Live Right! SSM Cardinal Glennon Weight Management Progam
30 PARTNERS in PARENTING Childhood Obesity
GLENNON FRIENDS Cardinal Glennon Air Takes to the sky
G1 OUR FRIENDS
Larry and Dorothy Dallas
G3 GIFTS RECEIVED
Listings of our supporters
ON THE COVER Hi, I’m Higgins (woof) with Madison Rea on one of my routine visits to the Autism Center in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
NEW CARDINAL GLENNON CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION OFFICES he mission of the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation, led by the Board of Governors, is now closer than ever to our incredible children’s medical center, literally! On Monday, July 18, 2011, the
Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation offices moved to 3800 Park Avenue and onto the medical center’s campus. The new offices are just 100 yards from the Emergency Entrance and directly across the street from the Pediatric Research Institute and Cord Blood Bank.
As part of a new strategic focus developed by the entire staff of the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation, we are trying to better connect our operations and efforts with the daily work of the hospital. Previously, the foundation offices were located nearly one mile west of the main campus which made trips to the hospital inconvenient and, thus, interaction with hospital staff and patients was less frequent. “We need to know them better,” says Dan Buck, the new executive director of the foundation. “Our new location makes it easy to attend hospital meetings, visit various departments, give donor tours, host receptions and connect with more patients and their families on a regular basis. It helps bring the mission and focus of our work so much closer, both physically and emotionally,” Buck adds.
The architectural design of the space is conducive to teamwork and multi-department interaction. It is also a bright and comfortable space with an open floor plan and tons of natural light. You also know it’s a children-friendly zone with the colorful window treatments and the bright red sun displayed on the floor of the lobby. We applaud the work of our architect, Zwick and Gandt, as well as the lead contractor, Voss Construction. We have doubled our office space with more room for volunteers, guild members, in-house mailers, convenient parking, increased storage and three wonderful meeting rooms. Most importantly, the move enables the foundation
Glennon Youth Council
Cassandra Armstrong sharing her ideas for the new playground with landscape architect Laurel Harrington.
e are excited to announce the formation of a new Cardinal Glennon youth group that will be made up of past patients of our medical center and several of their siblings. The Glennon Youth Council is made up of kids and young adults who know us best! The role of these young Glennon Ambassadors is to take on projects around the hospital that need a kid’s perspective! One of their first projects is to give their feedback and ideas on what should go into the new playground slated to be installed this fall. The Glennon Youth Council is giving fresh perspectives and some great ideas to our architects to make this new play space a truly kid-friendly environment. To learn more or to get involved in the Glennon Youth Council check out the Glennon Ambassadors page at Glennon.org!
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staff to be more connected to the hospital and the programs it funds at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “The staff at the medical center needs to know us better and the amazing things our donors have done and will continue to do at Cardinal Glennon. Our new space on campus allows for much more face-to-face time with them,” Buck says. The Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation and our Board of Governors are very grateful to SSM Health Care – St. Louis for supporting the move and office build-out. The staff is very proud of our new location and the great possibilities it holds for the future of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation.
Visit us at glennon.org
long with a new office location and additional staff, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation launched an exciting, new website on Aug. 8, 2011. Our renovated website continues to celebrate many of our SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center success stories. With its playful, fun look, the new website is also a great tool for raising awareness and funding for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center’s departments, programs and treatment centers. The site allows visitors to stay informed and donors to help us fulfill our mission in a variety of ways: by hosting, sponsoring or attending events; making planned gifts, bequests, annual donations or Glennon Sunday contributions; as well as giving memorials and tributes in memory or honor of those they love. With the new website we are committed to effectively communicating our mission to our friends and donors. Please visit us at glennon.org for online giving options and to share our website with the greater community so we can continue to express how “Our love for kids just keeps on growing!”
or 31 years the Ballwin Days “Pretty Baby Contest” has raised funds for SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. This year’s winners are:
Gavin, first place
Georgia, second place
Meet our New Events Director ardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation is delighted to introduce its newest staff member Sarah Lauer, who joins the foundation as director of events and corporate relations. Lauer formerly served as event coordinator with the Fabulous Fox Theatre, where she worked closely on the Bob Costas Gala for the last five years. “I am ready to jump in with both feet; Sarah Lauer, director I am looking forward to working with of events and corporate such an amazing organization,” Lauer says. relations The foundation staff looks forward to the new and exciting ideas Sarah brings to the table and is thrilled to have her on the foundation team. Stay tuned for new and exciting events in 2012!
SAVE THE DATE APRIL 21, 2012
BOB COSTAS BENEFIT
Madelyn, third place
Colleen, fourth place
Glennon Gourmet COOKBOOK NOW AVAILABLE
he Glennon Guild is delighted to bring you Glennon Gourmet, a cookbook filled with more than 450 tantalizing recipes from guild members and friends. Order your copies in time for fall baking and holiday giving at glennon.org. Copies of Glennon Gourmet are $25 each.
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Tee Time for Glennon The 26th Annual Dierdorf Pronger Golf Classic Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011 Boone Valley Golf Club, Augusta, Mo.
Raised $207,000 for the Trauma Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center
Above: Eric Strouth, Ted Albrecht, Brett Pierce Left: Greg Kozicz, Chris Imbs, Chris Pronger, Dave Van Vliet, Dan Dierdorf, Jim Watchman and Greg Hesser. EVENT SPONSORS:
John Spesia, Doug Albrecht
Ed Hempstead, Jim Woodcock
John Fabick IV, Matt Holloran, Jason Tedesco, Duane Polly, Drew Sellenriek
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Dave Ganz, Chris Pronger, Jim Souers, Dan Dierdorf, Ashley Blaske, Dave Cook
Metro East Golf Event Monday, June 13, 2011 Stonewolf Golf Club in Fairview Heights, Ill.
Raised $28,098 for the Fetal Care Institute at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Dennis Jacknewitz and Delbert Wittenauer, honorary chairman
Allison Getz, Madeleine Fiudo, Jeanna Jourdan, Madonna J. Laws.
Marty Crawford; Mark Kern, chairman of the St. Clair County Board; and Ken Easterly, member of the St. Clair County Board
Friday, Sept. 9, 2011 Columbia Golf Club, Columbia, Ill.
Raised $87,714 for the Children’s Fund at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center
First Place Team- Jeff Ritzel, Greg Paulus. (Not in Picture- Jason Hughes)
Brian Zwick, Mark Lamereaux, Dan Buck
John Hefele, Kent Miller
Rob Eilermann, Jeff Todt
Mark Sandau, Terry Wolf
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Bob Costas Benefit 2011 Bob Costas Benefit April 2, 2011 Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo. The enormously popular event raised more than $830,000 for the Bob Costas Cancer Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
Above: Faith Hill performs at the 32nd annual Bob Costas Benefit. Left: Comedian Conan O’Brien (left) greets St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Adam Wainwright and Cardinals Manager Tony LaRussa (right). EVENT SPONSORS:
Michael Neidorff, CEO, Centene Corporation
Singer Faith Hill and Bob Costas
Debbie Dennler, Ozzie Smith, Pam Davis and Norm Davis
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Comedian Conan O’Brien
Bola and Dr. Benjamin Ola Akande
Huey Blake and Dan Buck
Mike and Claudia Bush
Glennon Card Launch Party Sept. 15, 2011 bocci Bar, Clayton, Mo.
Melissa Hartrich, Margaret Wright, Sarah Dow Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
John Hefele, Susan Soucy, Tom Hilton
Guy Phillips and Wendy Erikson, Honorary Chairpersons
Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Glennon Ambassador Lauren Lee with Dan Buck
Angela Del Pietro, Maurice Erwin, Cassie Buell, Joey Wilmsen, Christopher Thau Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Glennon Guild 33rd Annual
Fashion Show Boutique & Luncheon Sept. 30, 2011 Ritz Carlton Hotel, Clayton, Mo.
Last year’s event raised $76,513 for the Dorothy & Larry Dallas Heart Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
Beth Ritter, Peggy Ritter
Debbie Gorczyca, Scarlett Ferguson, Dee Stokes
Amy Johnson of KayOss Designs
Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Michelle Sullivan, Cindy Brooks, Brigette McMillin Kate Beck, Sherlyn Hailstone Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
Photo courtesy of Town and Style St. Louis
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McBride & Son
SHARES ITS SUCCESS WITH THE KIDS AT SSM CARDINAL GLENNON “My son Jake had hernia surgery at Cardinal Glennon in 1991, when he was 1 year old. Nothing overly serious, but any time there is surgery on an infant, it is a scary thing,” says John F. Eilermann Jr., chief executive officer and chairman of McBride & Son Companies. “The care given by the doctors, nurses and staff was extraordinary. I knew right then and there that I wanted to be a part of the hospital and help support this wonderful institution and its courageous staff.” McBride & Son, one of the country’s 40 largest homebuilders, became a supporter of the Columbia Golf Classic in 1992. A few years later Eilermann became chairman of the event and has led it for 18 years. The 28th annual Columbia Golf Classic was held in September on the Columbia Golf Course in Columbia, Ill.
Those tournaments have produced more than $1.3 million to benefit patients at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. The tournament was launched by golf course developer Lou Mund and his friend Richard Dohack Sr., who was a member of the Cardinal Glennon Board of Governors. Mund donated the course, golf carts and employees. When he sold the course in 2001, “I negotiated into the sale an extension of this golf event for as long as I am alive,” Mund says. “I’m pretty proud of that tournament. When you are able to do things to help other people, and share some of your luck and success, that is a neat thing.” “Without Lou’s generosity, the Columbia Golf Classic would not exist,” Eilermann says. “We also have had many
generous suppliers involved. Schnucks Markets has donated the food for years, Illinois Distributing Co. donates the beer and Coca-Cola donates the soda and water. Fabick CAT has been a key partner since the beginning of the tournament. The majority of the support comes from McBride & Son’s many vendors and trade partners. They are extremely loyal and have become as passionate about helping the kids at Cardinal Glennon as we are,” he continues. McBride & Son, a Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center supporter for a quarter of a century, was one of the classic’s first corporate sponsors. The Columbia Golf Classic typically draws 132 golfers and many volunteers who minimize expenses, Eilermann says. “The committee members put in a long day’s work but have a lot of fun. You’ll find committee members carrying bags from the players’ cars in the morning, cooking and preparing the food, setting up chairs and cleaning up afterwards.” When little Jake underwent surgery at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, “It was an eye-opening experience,” Eilermann says. “We met several families of very sick kids and saw the care and support they were given, both in terms of medical treatment and spiritual support. There were even some kids who did not have parents present — the staff treated these kids with the same love and attention as they would with their own child.” “The Columbia Classic may not be the fanciest tournament, but it is incredibly profitable. It’s very easy to become passionate about an event where 90 percent of the money goes directly to the hospital. Every committee member realizes that when we personally do the work, more money goes to the kids.” (Left to Right) Rob Eilermann, Greg Paulus, Steve Rick, John Hefele
Glennon Ambassador The
he Glennon Ambassador Program is a new community outreach program that is designed to give the families, parents and children who know the mission of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center better than most, the opportunity to unite and do some amazing work for our incredible hospital. We plan to build a powerful network of grateful families that will have a profound impact on the future of SSM Cardinal Glennon.
The program will include:
• Peer-to-Peer Support (Past Patients Helping Current Patients) • Donating Your Time to Help Create Fundraisers to Support Staff and Facilities • Sharing Your Experience at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center with the Greater Community
The Glennon Ambassador Program will help us bring a dynamic, cohesive and impactful team of grateful families together to help us further the mission of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. We look forward to growing this program in the years to come. If you would like to join us, please visit our programs tab at glennon.org and fill out the form provided.
Above: Glennon Ambassador Leadership Family — Morgan, Lauren, Jim and Angie Lee. Left: Lauren Lee when she was a patient at SSM Cardinal Glennon.
Become a Glennon Ambassador Today!
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) F O O W (
Iâ€™m Higgins! My name is Higgins. This is my hosp ital. These
Goofy sunglasses and a tea party set are among the entertaining props that Higgins deploys in his therapy sessions in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center.
are my kids. Taking care of them is my
What do I do? Well, meet my friends Ryan and Madison. They are patients in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center, where I work. When they started coming here, they were shy and didn’t talk a lot. Now look at them! They laugh and smile. We have tea parties, and play basketball and just visit. Their mom says they feel better when they leave here, and do better at school and around their friends. I hope they come back soon. They love to scratch my ears! How did I learn to be a therapy dog? As soon as I was born they started training me to be calm and comfortable around all sorts of people. My schooling lasted more than 10 dog years – I think you would say 18 months in people years. I majored in child therapy because they already had a job lined up for me at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. I learned a few tricks that the kids could imitate, like drinking tea from my cup, pulling my blankie over myself and demonstrating a physical examination.
Higgins waits for a drink of water during a tea party with Ryan and Madison Rea and Rolanda Maxim, medical director of the Autism Center at Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center.
I was chosen to go to school to be a therapist because of my sparkling personality and because I’m so calm and cool under pressure. A lot of people in this medical center seem to depend on me. Every morning that I walk into the building, I meet a lot of children, and sometimes parents, doctors and nurses who need a “Higgy Hug”. That’s what counseling is all about.
I love this job.
THE IMPORTANCE OF DOG THERAPY og therapy has long been considered a possible therapeutic tool in the treatment of many patients, particularly those accompanied by anxiety and stress. “There were a few studies done around 1982 regarding the impact of companion dogs on children. It reduced their anxiety and improved their social interaction,” says Rolanda Maxim, M.D., medical director of the Autism Center in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “A recent study showed that a dog can decrease the blood level of the stress hormone, cortisol, in a child with autism.” Higgins, who is 5 years old, has been assigned to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center since 2007. He was donated by a St. Louis organization called CHAMP or Canine Helpers Allow More Possibilities. Higgins lives and rides to work with Betty Miller, R.N., a nurse at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center for more than 30 years. Higgins, a standard poodle and golden retriever mix, was chosen for his job in part due to his size.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF DOG THERAPY
“He has a calm personality and is conditioned to handle whatever happens to him,” Miller says. Higgins has worked with rehabilitation patients who need encouragement in their therapy sessions. He has been especially helpful in working with children with autism, who can have many issues surrounding social interactions. “When Higgins enters the room, the children become much calmer,” Miller says. “A lot of children with autism don’t make eye contact with other people, but they will make eye contact
by allowing the techniques to be demonstrated on him. For children who have trouble going to bed and falling asleep at night, Higgins demonstrates by lying down and pulling his blanket over himself. “Sometimes the children will actually lie next to him because they want to imitate him,” Miller says. Why do children with autism relate so comfortably to a dog? “The dog gives unconditional love,” Maxim says. “They wait for the child to give a signal, and then they respond right away. They are kind, soft, cuddly, forgiving and accepting.”
“The dog gives unconditional love... They are kind, soft, cuddly, forgiving and accepting.”
Many children may benefit from having a companion dog, she says. Caring for the dog can boost self-esteem, and walking the dog may help children experience social acceptance. “If you are walking your dog, other kids will approach you to play with your dog, and you might feel more self assured,” Maxim explains. Ryan Rea, 8, and sister Madison Rea, 9, are patients in the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center. “Ryan has classic autism, and Madison has pervasive developmental disorder,” says their mother, Alice Rea, who also is a medical technician in Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center’s laboratory service. “Lack of communication was the big thing that led Higgins goes nose to nose with Madison Rea giving her peace of mind to their diagnoses. with Higgins. Some of the children don’t initiate play or learn by imitation. One child who had never initiated play with another child arranged the tea set and poured Higgins a cup of water. Her father said it was the first time she had ever done that,” she continues. Higgins also has calmed children before physical exams or blood drawing
before she has lab tests.
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They just didn’t talk.” Madison’s diagnosis, pervasive developmental disorder, is one subtype of the autism spectrum disorders. Office visits have been calmer with Higgins’ assistance, Alice explains. “Last time we were here, Madison went downstairs to have blood drawn. They had Higgins pretend he was having blood drawn, then Madison had hers drawn,” she says. “It went fine. Two months prior to that, she was kicking and scratching when her blood was drawn.” Ryan has been drawn out socially. “Before Higgins, Ryan was running all over the room and looking out the window. He Higgins has helped Ryan and Madison become more comfortdidn’t want to in social interactions, says participate. This able their mom, Alice Rea. is big,” his mother says. “He is sitting there very nicely and visiting with Higgins, and is interested in the tea party. Every year there has been significant improvement. They are more vocal and are learning how to interact and do pretend play.” The Knights of Columbus Developmental Center staff has begun a research project to quantify the behavioral responses that Higgins can elicit in therapy sessions. “We have collected data on more than 20 children,” Maxim says. “We tried different activities with and without the dog in the room. We want to see if the child will participate more, have more imagination and follow directions more readily if they are participating with the dog.” So Higgins is not only a therapist but also a scientist? “Yes,” Miller says. “Higgins is a clinical researcher.”
THE MOST VULNERABLE
Called to Serve
“We are asking you to love these children as yourself!” proclaimed a Missouri Knights of Columbus newsletter in 1982 upon the announcement of a unique and long-lasting affiliation with SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
ith that, the Knights assumed sponsorship of what became known as the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center, dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of children and teens with mental and physical handicaps. “The Knights realized that the availability of developmental pediatric programs in the state was really narrow,” says John S. Appelbaum, the current state deputy of the 42,609 Knights in Missouri. Above: The Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive has supported patients at SSM Cardinal Glennon for decades. These Knights visited the medical center in the 1980’s.
The organization had long supported Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and other children’s causes before committing itself to the developmental center. “When the Knights were founded in 1882, one of its missions was helping the most vulnerable. I’m sure the focus on children was a natural outgrowth of that,” Appelbaum says. The center has expanded in recent years thanks largely to the generosity of the Knights of Columbus, which has donated more than $5.5 million to it. The center will care for more than 2,000 patients this year, more than twice the number it saw four years ago. glennon.org Fall 2011 • 15
Called to Serve THE MOST VULNERABLE
The center evaluates and treats children and adolescents for diagnoses such as autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Recent additions to the center’s staff have reduced waiting times for an initial three-hour examination to six weeks from the national average of 18 months. Increasing numbers of infants and children with a suspected diagnosis of autism are referred to the center. In 2007, the Knights of Columbus Developmental Center was designated as a Missouri Autism Center by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. In a typical week, the center’s staff diagnoses six children with autism. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are a group of neurodevelopmental
Dr. Rolanda Maxim, director of the Autism Center at Cardinal Glennon, plays bubbles with Eddie Zeller during an assessment in the Knights Center.
disorders that affect an average of one in 110 children in the United States. “The symptoms of autism are pervasive difficulties in social interactions, and verbal and nonverbal communications accompanied by repetitive behaviors and obsessive-compulsive traits. Most children with ASD have sensory integration difficulties, such as the dislike of certain noises or food textures or the feel of a certain fabric,” says Rolanda Maxim, M.D., medical director of the autism center and an associate professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University Medical School.
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The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest organization of lay members of the Catholic Church. It was named in honor of Christopher Columbus, who brought Christianity to the New World. Each year thousands of Knights in Missouri mark Columbus’ birthday by taking to their communities’ streets to sell Tootsie Roll candies to raise money for charitable causes. About half of the money raised across the state, approximately $300,000 annually, is earmarked for the developmental center at Cardinal Glennon Children’s John Appelbaum, state deputy of the Missouri Knights of Columbus, expresses the ideals of his Catholic faith Medical Center. through support of charitable causes such as Cardinal The Tootsie Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Roll Drive is just A ladies auxiliary member one of many community activities under- Right: supported the Knights by taken by the Knights. “Our faith teaches wearing a Tootsie Roll costume us that we are called to serve. The Knights while selling candy in 1985.
...approximately $300,000 annually, is earmarked for the developmental center at SSM Cardinal Glennon. of Columbus presents us opportunities to serve on a daily basis,” says Appelbaum, an attorney who lives in Imperial, Mo. “For me personally, it is the best way I have experienced to live out my Catholic faith through the ideals that the order teaches us through the lessons of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.”
“We’re very grateful to the Knights of Columbus because they are very supportive of children with disabilities,” says Maxim. “They helped to create our center. They give us financial support, and they promote what we are doing in the community. Literally, we would not be in existence if it were not for them.”
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Weight Management Program Gives Spencer a New Life, On and Off the Field
Spencer Wells entered adolescence as a typical “couch kid,” one of the estimated 12.5 million overweight American children and teens. “I was lazy pretty much of the time. Didn’t really do anything,” he recalls.
His weight and lifestyle affected many aspects of his life, says his mother, Sheila Hughes. “He laid around the house. He had very low self-esteem. He didn’t do anything except go to visit a friend. A lot of his grades in school were D’s,” she says. “He didn’t start gaining weight until he was 6 years old. That is when his father died. When his father was alive, he was a well-balanced kid. We ate meals at home a lot. He did a lot of things with his father. They played football and basketball, and went swimming and fishing.”
pencer had been visiting SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center for many years, says Elizabeth Babusis, M.D., a member of the Pediatric Lipid Disorders Clinic. “I had to put him on medication for his cholesterol. That may be due partly to his genetics, but he was not really making progress. He wasn’t making changes in his food and exercise choices. I thought he needed an extra level of intervention.” Babusis referred Spencer to the Live Right! weight management program at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, where she also sees patients. The program combines input from pediatric specialists, psychologists and a nutrition counselor to deal with obesity and the many adverse health effects it can present. The incidence of obesity among Nadim Kanafani, director children and teens of Live Right!, urges parents has nearly tripled to take control of their since 1980, children's nutrition and activities. according to the
CDC statistics show that the growing incidence of obesity has brought increases in harmful effects such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, Type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, asthma, liver disease, gallstones, heartburn and musculoskeletal pain and deformities. Overweight youth also face great risks of social and psychological problems such as poor self-esteem and depression. Obesity and all of its side effects can linger into adulthood. “There used to be an attitude that children would grow out of
years of age in obese children,” he says. “Some of the children in our weight management program weigh 80 pounds by the time they are 3 years old. We have a 9-year-old who weighs 320 pounds, and a 16-year-old who is nearly 500 pounds.” According to Kanafani, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University, two trends have created one of the biggest health issues facing pediatricians in the 21st century. “Over the last 30 or 40 years, the American diet has become increasingly layered, complex and
Approximately ONE in SIX children and teens in the United States is obese obesity,” says Babusis, an adjunct assistant professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. “When we look at the statistics over time, we see that they don’t grow out of it. If you have excess weight in childhood, it is more likely you are going to have excess weight in adulthood, along with all the problems that come with it.” Obesity-linked diseases that once were rare in childhood are now seen routinely, says Nadim Kanafani, M.D., director of Live Right! and a pediatric endocrinologist at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “Kids now have diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea. We have documented cardiovascular disease as early as 3 or 4
processed. The availability of low-cost, high-energy, poorly nutritious food has increased and people consume it in large quantities,” he says. Young people also are getting less exercise because there are fewer opportunities to play outside and more temptations to sit before television and computer screens. “Physical activity has been deengineered from our days,” he continues. The average school-age child or teen spends 7.5 hours a day using entertainment media such as televisions, computers, video games and cell phones, according to the
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Approximately one in six children and teens in the United States is obese based on measurements of body mass index (BMI). The index is calculated through age-adjusted comparisons of weight and height.
Spencer Wells checks in with his doctor, Elizabeth Babusis, during a visit to the Live Right! clinic. glennon.org Fall 2011 • 19
CDC. The centers also believe that only 18 percent of high school students meet the recommended minimum of 60 minutes of aerobic exercise each day. With these trends, a new term, “obesogenic,” has emerged to describe the environments in which some children gain too much weight, Kanafani says.
with vitamin D deficiencies, which can limit calcium uptake, and that relates directly to bone health.” Kathleen Spranaitis, P.N.P., B.C., of the division of pediatric gastroenterology is a pediatric nurse practitioner who sees patients in Live Right! “Children who are overweight frequently have gastrointestinal problems such as acid reflux, constipation and fatty liver disease,” she says. Obesity is often accompanied by a diet lacking in the healthy fiber of fruits and vegetables, she says. “Some families, because they have low incomes or because both parents work, can’t always have fresh produce or cook healthy meals. They are doing all they can to get food on the table for their kids.”
over food models and a sample meal plan of what a child should be eating at a certain age, families are often quite surprised,” Helling explains. To depict the empty and harmful contents of popular foods, Helling shows families a series of test tubes representing the fat content of items such as an order of french fries. She also wields a poster titled “Portion Distortion” that illustrates the difference between a typical hamburgerwith-fries meal and the much smaller portions that would be appropriate for a child – and an adult. According to a study recently published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, the leading sources of calories for children were cakes, cookies,
The CDC says sugared drinks are the largest source of added sugar... Kathleen Spranaitis, a pediatric nurse practitioner, screens Live Right! patients for gastrointestinal issues that can accompany obesity.
Three keys to weight management The Live Right! weight management program includes monitoring and treatment for the medical conditions associated with obesity as well as the nutritional and psychological guidance needed to help children lose weight. “Even younger children who are overweight can have trouble getting around and keeping up with their peers,” Babusis says. “Obesity can harm bones that are growing at a rapid rate during childhood. We can see crush injuries in the knee area that will cause the lower legs to grow crooked.” Poor dietary choices also produce constipation and, paradoxically, malnutrition. “Large amounts of calories consumed are not necessarily nutritionally important calories,” says Babusis. “We can see problems
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Children who visit the weight management program often suffer from the same dietary issues that plague their parents. “Our kids often have one or more parents who also have weight issues. The parents are eating in the ways they were taught, and the kids will eat the ways they are taught,” Spranaitis says. A family’s first visit to Live Right! begins with a session led by registered dietitian Kathryn Helling, R.D., at which a healthy lunch is served with samples of light and nutritious foods. Many American families lack information on healthy food choices and appropriate portion sizes, Helling says. “We see families eating a lot of calorie-dense foods like snacks and cookies, that are not as nutrient-rich as fruits and vegetables. They need information on how much nutrition a toddler, a school-age child and a teenager need. “In families with weight issues, portions are usually very large. That reflects our social environment. We can go to the gas station and buy a 64-ounce soda or go to the movie theater and pick up a tub of popcorn that holds well over 1,000 calories. That is what they are used to. When we go
doughnuts, pies, granola bars, pizza and soda. For 2-and-3-year-olds, the second leading source of daily calories was fruit juice. The CDC says sugared drinks are the largest source of added sugar and a major source of calories in the diets of American youth. On a typical day, 80 percent of children and teens consume a sugared drink. “Sugar-sweetened beverages are usually something we need to target when we are talking with a family,” Helling says. Many parents mistake fruit juice as a healthy choice when in fact it contains as many calories as other sweetened drinks such as soda. “I encourage kids to drink no more than four to six ounces of 100-percent fruit juice a day,” Helling says. “Anything beyond that is excess calories. The kids can get better nutrition and fiber from eating the fruit itself.” Helling advises healthy meal planning as a benefit for the entire family. “Parents can help to prevent obesity by rolemodeling healthy eating habits themselves. They should sit down and have three meals a day. They can get their kids involved in meal preparation. Repeated exposure to healthy choices is important,” she says.
”There’s this much fat in an order of french fries!“ Dietitian Kathryn Helling demonstrates the fat content of food items to Tyler Winston, 11.
A visit to the Live Right! clinic includes a talk with one of its two child psychologists, Joel Nadler, Ph.D., or Amy Ford, Psy.D. “We see low self-esteem, teasing by peers or bullying and sometimes depression,” Ford says. “It is unclear whether these issues cause or result from being overweight, but if a child is overweight, he can be teased and can have low self-esteem. Then he feels depressed and turns to food to cope. When children turn to food to feel better, that adds more pounds and makes them feel worse about their weight, which unfortunately continues the cycle.” Ford feels that the first goal of counseling is determining whether a child has behavioral or psychiatric issues that must be addressed in weight management treatment. “The child may be extremely depressed or having significant peer problems or difficulties at home or school. We work on coping skills if those things are happening. If the child is very oppositional or defiant, we help the parents with ways of managing that as well as giving the child skills to cope with whatever is making him angry or upset,” she says. “The child may have untreated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which makes them impulsive. If they see food, they want it and eat it.” Food also may have become a means of quieting tantrums or winning compliance with other behavioral issues. “Goals should be recognized with nonfood rewards,” Ford says. “Give them extra activities or privileges instead.” As with nutritional guidance, she says, the program’s behavioral counseling stresses family participation. “We encourage change within the whole family to be supportive of reaching the child’s goals. We don’t want the child to feel as if he has to eat healthy because he is being punished,” Ford says. Also, she says, “One of the major psychosocial factors in childhood obesity is family lifestyle choices. Children fall into the same activity and eating habits as their families. Parents need to think of what their behavior is modeling to their kids.”
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Joins School and Community Partnership —
Nutrition, Exercise and Tobacco Issues Addressed
he Missouri Foundation for Health has awarded a grant to SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and Saint Louis University for a program that will address nutrition, exercise and tobacco usage in the Jennings Public School District. The Schools and Communities in Partnership Project aims to reduce personal behaviors and environmental factors that contribute to obesity and tobacco usage. The Missouri Foundation for Health provided half the funding for the project. Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and the university provided matching funds. The project takes the expertise of the medical center into the community to assist the Jennings School District in formulating health and wellness policies for its students, says Nadim Kanafani, M.D., a pediatric endocrinologist at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. The next step will be evaluation of the nutritional, exercise and tobacco environment facing students. “We will train Jennings volunteers to take clipboards and look at each school – their playgrounds and cafeterias – and
the retail environment around each school. We will watch kids eating in the cafeterias. Down the road, as Jennings changes its policies on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco, we will assess outcomes,” says Kanafani, project director for the grant. “The goals are to have kids eat more fruits and vegetables, have more physical activity and be more aware of and think differently of tobacco. Two other keys are replication and dissemination, taking this experience to other schools and being able to report on what works and doesn’t work.” Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and the Jennings School District will collaborate with the Healthy Youth Partnership, which connects more than 80 regional organizations in efforts to reduce obesity. The project will include organizations such as the American Lung Association, which has an ongoing program to reduce tobacco usage by youth. The project’s first year will cover technical assistance, policy formulation and baseline data collection, Kanafani says. “Year two will focus on how best to implement health and wellness policy.” glennon.org Fall 2011 • 21
The most important contribution of the Live Right! team’s members may be encouragement. “We are all coaches and cheerleaders,” Spranaitis says. “We reinforce the eating and activity behaviors the others are suggesting. We give it our best shot.” “I usually start discussions with parents by telling them that childhood obesity is not a child problem,” Kanafani says. “No child wants to be obese. Children are placed in environments that are obesogenic. Parents control the nutritional and activity environments in the home. Children do not have the ability to make choices. They will eat junk food if it is there. They will sit in front of the television all the time if it is on.” Encouragement, Psychologist Amy Ford Ford says, must be counsels families on issues given in realistic that may cause or result doses. “We give them from childhood obesity. room for error. I tell families they should never set seven-day-aweek goals. If you want your child to watch less TV or eat more vegetables, doing that five or six days a week is fine. It is too hard if you set unreasonable goals, because it feels terrible not to meet them, and that often gets people off track.”
Taking the next step Minimizing the nation’s obesity issues will require action in many areas, Kanafani says. “Systemic, multi-level changes will be needed, everything from food policy and food supply to the ways we build our neighborhoods.” Kanafani hopes to expand the Live Right! program to provide a greater depth of service to the medical center’s patients and surrounding communities. “We have a strong team of people who are very experienced in caring for families struggling with severe obesity. I would like to expand our 22 • Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation
The New Spencer
With guidance from the Live Right! program, Spencer Wells took control of his diet and exercise habits to become a fit and muscular member of the Rockwod Summit High School football team.
model to focus more on the complications of obesity and on nutritional education, and provide structured and supervised exercise opportunities.” Kanafani’s vision for the next phase of weight management would include a nutritional learning lab. “Parents would come in
Spencer Wells has become a muscular athlete in the two years that he has been visiting the Live Right! clinic at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. He now looks like he could be a football player – and he is. Spencer is a junior at Rockwood Summit High School and a member of its football team. In the spring, he may once again be a member of the track team, specializing in the shot put and discus. “I am very happy for him,” Babusis says. “His success resulted from him deciding that it was time to act. Then he stayed with it. When we have a successful patient, it is because the child or parent decides to make changes. When there is willingness for change, we can have success.” “It is a real challenge to reach and maintain a healthy weight,” Spranaitis says. “It is tough, really tough. It depends upon how committed the child and the family are.”
Parents need to think of what their behavior is modeling to their kids. and have more in-depth sessions with our dietitian on planning meals, shopping, reading labels and cooking. We could do hands-on learning with different foods, cooking styles and taste-testing,” he says. An exercise physiology lab would fill the requests of parents who desire assistance in supervising their child’s needed activities. “We could collaborate with our folks in physical therapy and athletic training to do monitored, group-exercise sessions,” Kanafani says. “Parents are not sure how to encourage big kids to move and exercise safely.” The center also would provide opportunities to study obesity complications and treatment outcomes, he says. "I am excited that the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation is expressing interest in working with the program and possibly helping us expand.”
“The people in the clinic showed me how to change my diet and increase my activities,” Spencer says. “I’ve changed what I eat, the portions I eat and how it is made. I’m not eating fried foods. Instead I’m eating baked and grilled foods. It was pretty easy. I have longer hours of exercise, and I am able to perform longer in sports. Now I have to stay active. I’m used to it.” Spencer’s life has improved off the athletic field, too, says his mother, Sheila. “Now he gets bored if he has to stay around the house. He has great self-esteem. He has a lot more friends, and he goes to the show, he goes bowling, goes driving, goes swimming. Before he went to weight management he wouldn’t do anything. “It has improved his academics, too,” she says. “He participates more in discussions and is more open with people. He is a really good kid.”
Cardinal Glennon TAKES TO THE
he joy of Caleb Ortbals’ birth suddenly dimmed. He inhaled blood before he could exit the womb and entered the world with a perforated lung. Through the fog of anesthesia, his mother vaguely remembers seeing two women in jumpsuits enter the room, rolling a Plexiglas incubator. They were a transport team from SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. It was Sept.16, 2009, in a delivery room at St. Anthony’s Medical Center,
a partner of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “It seemed like it played out in just a matter of minutes,” says Staci Ortbals. “I wasn’t aware of much. I was so sick. But I remember they waited until I was alert enough to put a transport blanket on him and hold his little hand. My husband, T.J., and Caleb’s grandparents were in the room. We did the only thing we could do — say a little prayer. Within an hour of when he was born, he was on his way to Cardinal Glennon.”
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aleb’s journey was just the beginning of a struggle that could have gone either way. “My doctor baptized him at birth,” Staci says. “Everybody thought he was not going to make it. When we realized they were bringing the transport team, it was comforting to know he would be able to quickly get the level of care that he needed. If Cardinal Glennon had not had people on site at St. Anthony’s, we don’t know if Caleb would have survived the night.” Because Caleb’s lungs were not providing sufficient oxygen for his body, he was placed on an extra corporeal membrane oxygenation machine (ECMO) in the pediatric intensive care unit at Cardinal Glennon Children’s
Medical Center. The device circulates the patient’s blood through a membrane to remove carbon dioxide and replenish oxygen. The blood is then pumped through the body. The procedure allows the heart and lungs to rest while recovering from an injury or infection. After four days on ECMO, Caleb moved to the Dana Brown Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a Level III nursery that cares for some of the sickest babies born in the Midwest. “We had thousands of people praying for us,” his mother says. “We finally got to hold him when he was 6 days old. We were sent home on day 16! It was completely miraculous.” Just weeks before his second birthday, a bouncy, energetic Caleb returned to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center to christen a new “Cardinal Glennon Air” helicopter with a bottle of
Caleb enjoys his first train ride with mother, Staci Ortbals and grandmother, Cathy Custer.
sparkling grape juice that he poured on the aircraft’s nose and into himself. A couple of weeks later, he realized a dream of going for a train ride on the St. Louis Zoo Line. Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center became the first hospital in the region to introduce a dedicated neonatal transport team in 1979. It later added the capability to handle pediatric transports of older children. On July 1 the center placed its own helicopter into service.
We finally got to hold him when he was 6 days old. We were sent home on day 16! It was completely miraculous.” For decades Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center had shared a helicopter with other hospitals. Due to increasing patient volumes, SSM Health Care — St. Louis contracted with Air Methods/ARCH Air Medical Service for the exclusive use of a dedicated pediatric and neonatal helicopter. In 2010, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center brought nearly 300 patients to the medical center by helicopter. Between 600 and 700 patients are transported each year by the center’s
Caleb Ortbals greets Zoo Line railroad conductor, Gerry Unger.
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ground ambulance. Patients are transported from community hospitals across eastern Missouri and southern Illinois. Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center is just one of a handful of tertiary care pediatric centers across the middle of the United States. The sickest and most seriously injured infants, children and teens require the care of such specialized centers. “Years ago, people assumed it would be better if kids were transported by special teams that had advanced skills in things like breathing assistance and vascular access,” says John Peter, M.D., medical director of pediatric transport. “In the last couple of years there has been published research that showed a clear value, to transporting kids with specialized teams.” Respiratory illnesses, neurologic diseases and other infections are the leading causes of childhood and teenage transports to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “We transport trauma as well,” says Peter, an emergency department physician and professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. “Older children and teens usually receive Karen Zahn, R.N.C., good care from M.S.N., C.C.R.N. paramedics and community hospitals. Younger kids or kids with more serious injuries will come to a place like Cardinal Glennon.” Neonates typically are transported to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center due to infections, lung disease, heart problems or anomalies that will require surgical intervention, says Laura Cerny, M.D., the neonatal transport director and an assistant professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Transport team members Kristy Dalechek, R.N., left, and Jody Sotiropoulos, R.N., care for an infant aboard Cardinal Glennon Air helicopter.
“In the last couple of years there has been published research that showed a clear value to transporting kids with specialized teams.” “Babies who are born prematurely also need to be sent to a tertiary care center,” she says. “Many smaller medical centers are not experienced in caring for the tiny infants and may not have the specialized equipment and services needed to deal with complex disease processes.” Broken bones are a major cause of trips to pediatric hospitals. “If a 15-year-old has an orthopedic injury and their growth plates are closing down, they are becoming an adult skeletally, and an adult orthopedist will feel comfortable taking care of them,” Peter says. “If you have a 2-year-old with similar injuries, the growth plates are in the picture, and they will send that kid to us.”
ON STANDBY Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center’s transport team is staffed around the clock. Its 20 nurses and
20 respiratory therapists have extensive experience and advanced training to prepare for the added responsibilities they face on the highway or in the sky. “They have to have the skills to work in a pediatric intensive care unit, a neonatal intensive care unit and be comfortable taking those skills on the road in a strange environment. They will have limited space, a limited amount of portable gases and miniature versions of monitors with a lot of battery packs,” says Karen Zahn, R.N.C., M.S.N., C.C.R.N., the transport team leader. A transport usually requires one nurse and one respiratory therapist. A second nurse may be assigned to the trip in some cases. In extremely serious cases, a physician will hit the road, too. Transport team candidates must have at least two years of experience in a pediatric or neonatal intensive care unit or a pediatric emergency department. “They have to be calm in emergent situations and serve as the hospital’s eyes and ears,” Cerny says. “They need to be very familiar with the calculation of medications and IV drips.” And, says Peter, “An aircraft can be really loud. Simple things like listening for breath sounds can be a challenge.”
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Transport also is physically demanding. “When folks apply, we tell them they need to be able to lift 100 pounds,” Zahn says. “There also are stressors in the travel. In flight there are air pressure and oxygen level differences, and lots of vibration and noise. Those things make you feel tired.” Mary Fairchild, R.T., is the clinical coordinator of respiratory therapy for the transport team, which she joined in 1979, when it was a few months old. “I thought it would be fun to get out of the hospital and make some of my own decisions and save babies. I have always felt like taking care of kids was where I was meant to be,” she says.
FLY OR DRIVE Selection of the ground ambulance or helicopter is based on the patient’s condition, distance and sometimes weather conditions, Zahn says. Many patients brought to the NICU come from the high-risk delivery service at sister hospital SSM St. Mary’s Health Center. That drive takes just 15 minutes. On the other hand, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center serves some hospitals that are considerable distances away, even by air. “Cape Girardeau is 45 minutes away, Poplar Bluff is 55 minutes away and Carbondale is 36 minutes away in the helicopter,” Zahn says. “Those trips would take two-and-a-half hours by ground.” Team members maintain contact with Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and the referring hospital by radio or cell phone while heading away from St. Louis. “Sometimes the process is dynamic, and the child’s condition will change by the time the team arrives,” Cerny says. Upon arrival, the team stabilizes the patient before taking off or hitting the highway. “We try to do as much as possible at the referring hospital because we are so limited in space in the ambulance or helicopter,” Zahn says.
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Specialized transport team members Michelle Cunningham, R.N., left; Stephanie Nieman, R.N., center; and Mary Fairchild, R.T., right, display a neonatal isolette.
“Flying generally doesn’t bother me,” says Stephanie Nieman, R.N. “You are in the moment and don’t have time to think about the situation or how stressful it is. You see kids at their sickest and sometimes think they are not going to make it. Then you see them walking out of the hospital and coming back for follow-up appointments. It is amazing.” “It is very rewarding when you see kids do well,” agrees fellow transport team member Michelle Cunningham, R.N. “You think of all the hard work you put into them.” Occasionally the transport team arrives in time to assist in a high-risk delivery, Cerny says. “They focus on the ABCs – airway, breathing and circulation. The team can act as an extension of our NICU for hospitals that are not used to delivering extremely low birth-weight babies.”
“They focus on the ABCs – airway, breathing and circulation. The team can act as an extension of our NICU...” The transporters are the center’s first line of representation across southern Illinois and Missouri. “They have to be real ambassadors for Cardinal Glennon. They are proud to wear that uniform,” Zahn says.
The team’s attention to detail includes little touches such as taking the time to comfort Moms and Dads before taking off with their precious children. “I like bringing a little bit of Cardinal Glennon to the outlying hospitals and helping families through a difficult situation,” says Lisa Ruzicka, R.N., a team member for 18 of her 25 years at the medical center. “When a family thanks me for being there, I love it.”
“CAN I SEE HIM BEFORE YOU LEAVE?” Bradley Ishum decided to enter the world earlier than expected – about four months before his expected delivery date. He arrived weighing only 1 pound and 9 ounces on the morning of February 7, when central Illinois was covered by an ice storm. He was only minutes old when the transport team landed in Breese, Ill. “We don’t know what caused my labor. We went to the hospital, and they weren’t able to stop it,” says Corinne Ishum, already a mother of two. “They called Cardinal Glennon and got a helicopter on the way. I delivered about 2:30 in the morning. The transport team came in and introduced themselves. They helped keep Bradley stable.” “I had to go into surgery. I remember them coming in. I asked, ‘Can I see him before you leave?’ They told my husband that Bradley was stable, and they would wait as long as they could,
but if something came up somewhere else they would have to leave,” she says. “When I was done in the recovery room they brought his stretcher with the incubator into the room and asked me if I wanted to touch him. I couldn’t reach into the incubator, so they scooted the bed a little closer and moved his tiny little hand so I was able to touch him for a few seconds. Then they said, ‘We have to go.’ They wheeled off and brought him here.” Corinne was discharged from her hospital and got her first good look at Bradley when he was 2 days old. “Seeing him for the first time was a shock. He was smaller than my two hands. I started crying that God was taking care of us and blessing us with such a little, bitty baby.”
I was able to touch him for a few seconds. Then they said, ‘We have to go.’ They wheeled off and brought him here.” Bradley was born at the edge of viability, says Thomas G. Havranek, M.D., one of the neonatologists who has cared for him at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “He was very close. He was extremely sick and extremely small. The average survival for 23 weeks is about 30 percent,” says Havranek, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Saint Louis University. “Taking care of him at the beginning was just about survival.” Over the next six months at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, Bradley would grow to 12 pounds while overcoming a number of hurdles that accompanied his prematurity. “He was considered a sick baby,” Corinne says. “He went through bouts of blood infection, pneumonia and a hole in his heart. They were getting ready to do heart surgery when they found the blood infection. When he was done with Corinne Ishum kisses Bradley as he settles in for a midday nap.
Bradley Ishum cuddled into his NICU isolette.
his antibiotics they checked his heart again, and the hole had closed enough that they didn’t have to do surgery.” When he was about 3 months old, Bradley received a tracheostomy, permitting breathing assistance to be delivered through a small tube placed in his neck. “Then he was able to bottle feed and snuggle and sit in the high chair,” Corinne says. “Now I bring him over here on the couch, and we cuddle and
sprawl out. He is a happy baby. He likes snuggles. And he definitely likes to sleep.” “He is doing very well,” Havranek says. “He eats quite a bit, and his breathing support is not high. We hope he may go home in several weeks.” The couch in Bradley’s room rests under a wall display of photos of his mother; father Robert; sister Libby, 3; and brother Robbie, 19 months. Sometime this fall he will go home to live with them. He will continue to require ventilator support for a while due to the lung disease caused by prematurity. “The doctors say he may not catch up developmentally until he is between 2 and 3 years old,” Corinne says. “Cardinal Glennon has been absolutely wonderful. He has come through quite a bit. When the transport team left with him, I knew he was in God’s hands, and we just had to pray and trust that God was in control.” “The people on the transport team are very good at working out there,” Peter says. “They’re delivering therapy in the back of an ambulance or aircraft, which is a real challenge sometimes. They do some pretty remarkable stuff.”
were in the playroom. I brought my video game, and Skylar asked if he could play, and I said ‘yes’,” says 8-year-old Dakota Carlyle. “We started playing the Xbox and started talking,” adds Skylar Weber, 12. Dakota is exuberant and outgoing. Skylar has a warm smile but is typically quiet and reserved. But that game started
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another lasting friendship on the fourth floor of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Dakota and Skylar visited the Bob Costas Cancer Center throughout last winter for leukemia treatments. Both were hospitalized for weeks at a time on the medical center’s fourth floor, the usual home for children and teens undergoing treatments for cancer.
“Having somebody to hang out with helps them through their hospitalization”
“On the fourth floor, the kids stick together,” says Skylar’s mother, Na’Cole Weber. “They have a disease in common. They play together when they can. There are days when they are too sick or weak or have a headache, but they all understand that. They come by and check on each other. Even when they are just in the Costas Center for checkups, they come up to the fourth floor to see the kids who are in the hospital. That is important for them,” she continues.
Having friends in the hospital makes stays comfortable for Dakota, says his mother, Nicole Barr. “It helps to know somebody is going through this with you. It’s reassuring to know there is somebody to play with when you have
Skylar was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia in November 2010. Throughout the next seven months he was hospitalized for stretches of two to three weeks. He received his last chemotherapy treatment in May and
“On the fourth floor, the kids stick together... ” to stay in the hospital. Dakota loves everybody and talks to everybody. If he doesn’t know a patient, he’ll be knocking on their door and playing with them.” Dakota is undergoing his second round of treatments for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He was first diagnosed with the disease when he was 18 months old. “We found out in August 2010 that it had come back,” his mother says. “We are here every Friday, and every couple of weeks he is here during the weekend, sometimes longer.”
continues to visit Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center for regular examinations. “It was difficult at first, but it eased my mind to know other people who were going through the same thing,” says his mother. “I was able to comfort other parents and let them know that you just have to trust and believe that it is going to be OK.” Bonds formed between patients and families during cancer treatments are a “tremendous benefit,” says David Ish,
Dakota Carlyle, 8, and Skylar Weber, 12, launched a lasting friendship around the Xbox video game while undergoing leukemia treatments.
Moms Nicole Barr, left, and Na'Cole Weber also became friends during the months they spent with their sons receiving treatment.
child life specialist at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “It gives the patients and families extra support. The staff is a huge support for the families, too, but we don’t know what it is really like to experience cancer.” Last winter produced a large number of friendships, Ish says. “Dakota and Skylar are really tight friends, but that is not unusual. A group of kids were diagnosed around the same time and became really close. It was fun to see that happening, and it was beneficial to them. Just having somebody to hang out with helps them through their hospitalization.” “It’s good to have friends here because it keeps you busy,” Dakota says. “When Skylar was sick, I would come over to his room to see how he was doing. If my friends aren’t here, I play with the nurses. I drive them bananas, and that’s fun.”
“It’s good to have friends here because it keeps you busy... ” Dakota will be continuing treatments for his leukemia for more than a year. The treatments sometimes leave him feeling poorly, but most of the time he feels OK, says mother Nicole. “He likes staying here. He doesn’t want to come home.”
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PARTNERS IN PARENTING
TAKING CONTROL OF
Childhood Obesity The path to a healthy lifestyle begins at an early age.
he path to a healthy lifestyle begins at an early age, according to Nadim Kanafani, M.D., director of the Live Right! weight management program at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “The place to start is for parents to take control of the nutrition and activity environments in the home. These should not be matters of choice for children. Children don’t have the ability to make those choices.” Food preferences should be established from the earliest months of life, adds Kathryn Helling, R.D., the program’s registered dietitian. “When kids start to move from baby food to table food, that is an important time to implement healthy eating habits. If parents do not provide fruits and vegetables, and kids develop a preference for sweets, it can be a challenge to introduce nutritious foods later,” she says. “Avoiding added sugar is important, even for older infants and young toddlers. Repeated exposure to healthy food is important. Seeing Mom and Dad eat a variety of foods has an impact.” Katie Parker, 7, makes healthy choices with water and an apple for her afternoon snack.
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Another key is serving appropriate portion sizes. Portions of many foods have grown larger, and children are likely to eat as much food as they are given, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Role-modeling encourages children to adopt healthy habits in nutrition and exercise. “Family meals are a big benefit,” Helling says. “If you sit down at the table, rather than eat in front of the television, there is less likelihood of eating meals that are not wellbalanced. Everyone should have the family meal. Mom shouldn’t be short-order cooking to let some kids eat something else. You can acknowledge preferences and variety throughout the week.” Snacks are fine, too, if healthy choices are available in the kitchen. “We don’t need to completely exclude the calorie-dense snacks like cookies, but we should try to minimize them,” Helling says. “Parents should decide what the kids are eating. How about an apple or peanut butter on a banana?”
“Parents should decide what the kids are eating. How about an apple or peanut butter on a banana?” This year the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) replaced its food pyramid with “MyPlate,” a new graphic symbol that calls for half of each meal to consist of fruits and vegetables, onequarter of grains, one-quarter of protein and a serving of a dairy product, such as fat-free or low-fat milk.
A balanced diet and portion control play a large role in weight management.
Can children develop a “sweet tooth” that will influence food preferences later in life? “Probably, yes,” Kanafani says. “Sweet drinks are a huge problem. Our initial exposure to them can really determine what we continue to consume.” Misunderstandings about portion sizes also are a huge problem, Helling says. “For toddlers, a portion size is about 1 tablespoon of food per year of age. For example, at one meal, a 2-year-old should eat 2 tablespoons of chicken, 2 tablespoons of mashed potatoes, 2 tablespoons of peaches and 2 tablespoons of green beans with 4 ounces of low-fat milk. “As children grow older, the greater their calorie and serving needs will be. Referring to the ChooseMyPlate.gov website will be helpful for parents in determining portion sizes,” she says. Entertaining distractions such as television, video games and cell phones are believed to contribute to the recent epidemic of childhood obesity in the United States. Encouraging kids to get more exercise often requires limitations on what pediatricians refer to as “screen time.” “Parents need to set rules about screen time and physical activity,” Kanafani says. “If your child has an opportunity to be physically active, do not let the television or computer screen impede that. If they are sitting on the couch and able to move, turn off the television.”
Take action on the dietary guidelines by making changes in these three areas. Choose steps that work for you and start today.
BALANCING CALORIES • Enjoy your food, but eat less. • Avoid oversized portions.
FOODS TO INCREASE • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables. • Make at least half your grains whole grains. • Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk.
FOODS TO REDUCE • Compare sodium in foods like soup, bread and frozen meals – and choose the foods with lower numbers. • Drink water instead of sugary drinks.
For more information, recipe ideas and sample meal plans visit the website ChooseMyPlate.gov
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PARTNERS IN PARENTING Taking Control of Childhood Obesity
Mia Moore, 7, keeps possession of the ball during the soccer tournament at St. Margaret Mary Elementary School sponsored by Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center.
A secondary effect of television time is exposure to food advertising. An article in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association reported that nine out of 10 food advertisements shown during Saturday morning children’s television programming are for foods high in fat,
“Keeping childhood obesity at bay can be about improving the environment for parents...” sodium, added sugars or low in nutrients. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that entertainment media exposure should be limited to one or two hours a day during childhood and adolescence. In other words, active families are likely to raise active children and teens.
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“Keeping childhood obesity at bay can be about improving the environment for parents,” Kanafani says. “Parents need to make a commitment to their own health and wellness. We generally don’t see obese kids who don’t have obese parents.” “If parents come home from work and sit in front of the television, that is what the children will learn,” says Amy Ford, Psy.D., a psychologist in the Live Right! program. “I encourage parents to model healthy lifestyle choices by being active with their kids. Don’t just send them outside – go with them so they can see that you enjoy being active and being with them.” Even in the cold winter months parents can find exercise opportunities, says Elizabeth Babusis, M.D., another member of the Live Right! team. “I love school sports programs because they offer a scheduled activity that is supervised by an adult. The YMCA and other gyms and recreation centers offer programs throughout the year. For indoor activities at home, jump rope and hula hoops are great standbys that don’t require a lot of space. Some kids enjoy being outside even when it is cold, so they can always go walking or play at the park.” “Keeping kids active in the winter is always a challenge,” Kanafani says. “The major thing is removing the number-one barrier to physical activity in our society – television. It is important for parents to know that any activity is better than doing nothing in front of a screen. Even though it drives parents crazy, free rambunctious play is therapeutic for children of all ages and keeps the energy balance in check.
“As long as children are properly dressed, especially their hands, feet, head and neck, outdoor play is OK with the temperature as low as 15 degrees,” he says. “It is normal for the winter months to be a less-active time for children. Then it is especially important for parents to limit empty calories, grazing and junk food to prevent excessive weight gain.” Family structure also contributes to good habits, Ford says. “A child sometimes will be overweight because boundaries are not being set. If a child is never disciplined, he is not going to do what he is told to do. If we can work on behavior management and food then exercise issues will fall into place.”
“If they get good grades on their report cards, reward them with activities rather than ice cream.” But, Ford cautioned, do not allow the family’s food and exercise regimens to become too strict. “Build in room for error. Make sure things are fun. We don’t want kids to think of exercise as punishment.” Ford also advises against the use of snacks and treats as rewards for good behavior. “If they get good grades on their report cards, reward them with activities rather than ice cream. Go bicycling or go to the water park this weekend. If we reward ourselves with food, that lasts into adulthood.” “The longer you wait to manage obesity, the harder it will be,” Kanafani says. “We need to tackle health, nutrition and activity at younger and younger ages. The way to do that has to be family-centered.” For more nutritional guidance from the USDA, visit its website — ChooseMyPlate.gov.
Archbishop Robert Carlson with SSM Cardinal Glennon Childrenâ€™s Medical Center President, Sherlyn Hailstone.
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C E L E B R A T I N G T H E FA I T H , C O M M I T M E N T, A N D G E N E R O S I T Y O F O U R S U P P O R T E R S.
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Our Friends GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE...G3 GIFTS OF HONOR...G13 GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP...G15 GIFTS OF BEQUESTS...G32 If you’ve been a regular reader of Glennon Magazine, you notice this is a new inserted section to our bi-annual publication. Our goal with this new section is to bring more focus and appreciation to those in our SSM Cardinal Glennon Family who are making a significant difference in our mission to help sick children. Instead of just a long list of donor names, we are aiming to let our readers know more about some of these key contributors, volunteers and Glennon Ambassadors. We’ve already discovered some great stories behind the list of names and we think you’ll enjoy reading some of their stores in the “Glennon Friends” issue. It’s a great way to celebrate the faith, commitment and generosity of some of our most loyal supporters. If you know a fabulous volunteer or someone who has done something special for SSM Cardinal Glennon, we hope you’ll share the story with us. To share a grateful patient experience, a donor story or a volunteer effort, please contact our Communications Manager, Rose Fogarty at 314.577.5605 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
will know that we’ve made a difference.”
Larry Dallas, 92, benefactor of the Dallas Heart Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center
“ This gift will honor the love of my dear wife and her big heart for children,”
said Larry Dallas in 2008. That year he designated SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center as the recipient of his estate in memory of Dorothy Hennessy Dallas, who had died six years previously. The major gift was dedicated to construction of an advanced cardiac care center that holds the latest in technology and patient comforts. “We didn’t have children, but we love them so much,” Dallas said. “We both came “We both came up with the idea that we’d like to help sick children who sometimes don’t have a chance in the world... “ Left: Dorothy and Larry Dallas
up with the idea that we’d like to help sick children who sometimes don’t have a chance in the world. There are many children in Glennon and many of them are in serious trouble. They need help.” The Dorothy and Larry Dallas Heart Center opened in January 2009. Larry died July 26, 2011, at the age of 92. He grew up in South St. Louis and spent childhood summers with an aunt and uncle on a farm in Ozora, Mo., where fields were sewn and threshed with horse-drawn implements. He served in the ...continued on page G2
Monsignor Meyer embodied the spirit of SSM Cardinal Glennon Monsignor Louis F. Meyer, a leader of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center since its formation, died May 14, 2011, following a heart attack. He was 92. Meyer was a member of the last class of priests ordained by Cardinal John Glennon. In 1950, when he was only a few years out of seminary, Meyer was assigned to do fundraising outreach for the proposed Cardinal Glennon Memorial Hospital for Children.
Meyer visited parishes far from St. Louis, driving on winding, two-lane roads throughout the St. Louis Archdiocese, which at that time included most of Missouri. Nearly every Sunday he took a movie screen, projector and roll of film to show people the great need for a Catholic children’s hospital to serve the region’s growing numbers of children. Meyer continued to support Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center throughout his career and
became a member of its Board of Governors in 1985. He was one of the two longest-serving members of the board and chaired the Monsignor Meyer committee on parish relations. ...continued on page G3
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Dallas Heart Center “...we’ve made a difference” ...continued from page G1 U.S. Marines during World War II and fought throughout the Pacific Theatre. Upon returning to St. Louis, he found a job in the marketing department at Falstaff Brewing Co., which, at that time was the third-largest brewery in
Above: Larry and Dorothy Dallas
the country. While there he met Dorothy, who was an executive secretary. Larry would forevermore call her “the love of my life.” Dorothy and Larry married in 1974. “It was a quiet, middle-aged marriage,” he said after her passing. “Everybody thinks their wife is the greatest thing in the world, and I certainly did. She was a beautiful woman.” Dallas carved a successful 20-year career at Falstaff. After the brewery’s fortunes declined, he held a few other jobs before retirement.
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With the Dallas’ generous gift, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center opened the Dallas Heart Center and introduced a three-dimensional cardiac ultrasound system that allows physicians to view the beating heart of an infant or child in real time.
The highly detailed images enhance the diagnosis of cardiac malformations and the planning of corrective procedures. “It’s about the closest thing you can get to the true appearance of the heart other than what is seen at the time of surgery,” says Kenneth Schowengerdt Jr., M.D., director of pediatric cardiology at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
“The equipment in the Dallas Heart Center has enabled our doctors to do advanced tests to diagnose heart problems at very early stages and in unborn babies. Being able to
find and treat these serious heart issues early significantly enhances the health and quality of life of our patients,” he says. “The center allows us to provide the best possible care to patients with heart disease in a very spacious and child-friendly environment. We are grateful for the generosity of Mr. Dallas and the honored memory of his wife. Their love of children is evident here.” The Dallas Heart Center holds nine exam rooms, an exercise stress-testing room, a physician reading room and a suite for fetal echocardiography. The fetal suite holds adult furnishings that accommodate ultrasound examinations during pregnancy. More than 15,000 cardiology tests are performed each year in the center. “The Dallas family’s incredible generosity has given the priceless gifts of health and hope to the patients and families that we serve,” says Sherlyn Hailstone, president of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “We were so honored
to know Larry, and we’re proud of the legacy that he and his wife established.” Dorothy’s second cousin, Peggy Hennessy, was a Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center nurse for more than 25 years and often told
Larry and Dorothy stories about her patients. Another relative once traveled from Cape Girardeau to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center for a prenatal ultrasound that would provide a second opinion on her unborn child’s heart development. The family feared the worst, but was quickly told that the child’s heart looked and sounded fine. Larry became endeared to the medical center’s cardiology staff. When Larry discussed making a gift to the new heart center at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, he was told that his generosity would justify its naming in honor of him and in memory of Dorothy. He reflected on his love for Dorothy and their love for children, and tears welled in his eyes. “All I asked for was a piece of candy, but you’ve given me the whole candy store!” he said. “This gift will give some kids a chance. I will know that we’ve made a difference.”
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SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center gratefully acknowledges the following benefactors for their gifts made in the memory of a beloved family member, friend, or colleague.
Helen M. Auer Betty Costello Doris Bachelier Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ritter Terry Baldwin Mark and Carol Carroll Sophie Ballheimer Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Stanton Patricia Barinotti Liberty Middle School Staff Cody Barnes Jeanne D. Lischer Don Barnet, Sr. Tommy Eisenhauer Melodie Marie Bauer Dennis, Kathy, Kristy and Lane Bauer Joseph J. Becker Bill and Carol Nejelski Norbert Bedniack Margaret Sievers Susan Marie Bellchamber Allen and Shirley Rector William Berberich Antoinette Berberich Urban C. Bergbauer Sylvia T. Bergbauer
Melvin G. Berron Bradley Becker Sue Berron Brubaker and Associates, Inc. Patrick and Mary Burke Jim and Mindy Danner Margaret Effan Mr. David Fish Phillis Glickert Colleen and Rob Hudler Janet Huenke Maureen Kiely Dick Kirchhoff Pat Lindholm Mary Martin Bill and Carol Nejelski Marilyn Nennert Glen Pohlman Joe Ripper Geri Sanders Karen Sanders Doug and Alison Scholin Keith Beuer Irma Beuer Louis Beuer Irma Beuer Edith Bissell Mildred Winscott
Grace Bittick Joyce Brown and Family Helen Boedges JoAnn Saputo Jim Boergadine Sue and John Sinclair Joseph Bohr Pat and Betty Jo Schaefer Anne K. Bolinske Mrs. Helen French Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hellweg Mrs. Francis Lieb and Family Alfred Bolte Brad L. Calkins Audrey M. Bothe Arthur G. Bothe, Jr. John (Jack) W. Brandle Ken and Sandie Altman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Aylward Carol Bauer William Baxendale Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Beidle Dan and Kathy Bruns Joyce Buback and Family Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital Guild Mr. and Mrs. Steven Collins ...John (Jack) W. Brandle continued on page G4
Meyer embodied that spirit of Cardinal Glennon. He was a really kind, gracious man, with a lot of gratitude in his heart.”
Former President Doug Ries with Monsignor Meyer, an accompanying priest and an SSM Cardinal Glennon patient.
Monsignor Meyer ...continued from page G1 That committee conducts the important annual Glennon Sunday fund drive in all the parishes of the St. Louis Archdiocese. Meyer also cared for the children of St. Louis through 31 years of leadership of the St. Louis Catholic Youth Council (CYC). When Meyer retired as CYC director, 25,000 young people were participating in its sports activities each year. Meyer, an accomplished athlete in his youth, is a member of the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame, St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame, Missouri Athletic Club Hall of Fame and
the Saint Louis University Sports Hall of Fame. In 2009, he was honored with the Crystal Wagon Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Board of Governors of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation. The Crystal Wagon recognizes individuals and organizations for their support of children’s issues. Recipients are enshrined upon a wall of honor in the medical center. The medical center was one of the monsignor’s favorite causes throughout his life, says Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center President Sherlyn Hailstone. “Monsignor
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Stella E. Aguirre Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Crump Christina and Mark Greenberg Kevin Newton Jim and Carolyn Sturgeon Karen and Dino Taco Leah Tissi Katie, Kurtis, and Fiona Van Allen Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Whittington and Rod Kerner Marilyn J. Albers Louise Shore Eugene E. Albes Galen Kabance Margene Allen Sheryl Tominac Mary Carroll Alonso The Gold Rush at Home, LLC Ruth Valree Alsobrook TOPS # MO 1142 Richard Ashburn Jeff and Cindy Gerard Robert and Colleen Nelson Ethel Ashton Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O’Keefe, Jr. Chelsea Atherton Dan and Sandy Schultes Eugene Auer Betty Costello
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...John (Jack) W. Brandle continued from page G3 Com-Sal, Inc. Marty and Tim Farrell Jane and Mike Farrell The Finkes Family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas Dr. and Mrs. Albert Hesker Arthur and Pamela Howard Paul and Nancy Kopsky Chris and Craig Korkoian Pat and Dan Leary Pat and Allan Liebman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindley Carl and Kate Mazzola Ellen McCloskey Angie McDonough Margaret Miller James and Tammy Mudd Stanley and Laura Naeger Constance and Chad Reis Bruce and Alice Rodhouse Gene Zafft, Rosenblum, Goldenhersh, Silverstein and Zafft, P.C. J. Konrad and Nancye Sauer Joe and Michelle Schrick and Family Bill and Sue Solomon and Family JoAnn Sommers Tom and Dolores Stumpf Madonna Walker Bill and Cindy Westhoff and Family Whitmoor Bridge Friends Jim and Eleanor Willibrand Pat Brandle JoAnn Sommers Lauren Ann Breithaupt Virginia and Lawrence Becker Larry Brinkley Robert and Mary Cox Susan Bronson Ed Bronson Karen K. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Brown Meredith Brown Tom and Linda Benedick Robb Brown Dale and Jeanette Robertson Ronald L. Brown Dale and Jeanette Robertson Thomas H. Brown Nancy Haynes Catherine P. Brundis Vita Carman Joe and Cheryl Kalmer Ed, Joan and Brandon Rodney Stephen and Leesa Zick
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Raymond Brune Glenn and Joan Crader The Smith Family Dennis Buelke Marge Audrain Patsy Buesking Alan and Judy Schrewe Matthew Thomas Bundren Michelle Hable Florence Burnett Delores Hendricks Hilda Burton Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Fox Kathrynmae F. Burton Peggy Carroll Jeremiah Busiek Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Murphy Tom Caldwell Jan DeGreeff (Barnes) Suzanne Campa Arnold Campa Keith Campbell Mrs. H. Frederick Walz Jimmy Campise Phonse Hurley-Brandon Jacques H. Canler Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Brown Frank Capasso Jack and Mary Ann Wehner Martha A. Capritta Thomas Capritta McKenna Carroll Chrissie and Jay Wilkinson Emily Carter Nichole Sodam Laura Anne Casey Brenda Berry Liboria Catagirone Anthony and Ruth Potthast Sharon Cibulka Thomas Cibulka Eunice Clark Sara Cooke Gladys L. Clayton Mike and Jean Gilomen Harold Clement Pattie Heutel Mark Cody Rod and Lorrie Kettelkamp Emily Coleman Julia Bagi Donald and Norma Ridlen Dallas and Dolores Rose Dr. William Collard Mary and Bob Heaney
Terry Colp Melody and Truman Crispell US Steel - Emergency Services Department Ann Congiardo Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Glennon F. Corbett Harry and Nancy Corbett Wayne Corley Marge Audrain Lyle Cornwell Doris Cornwell Richard Cornwell Doris Cornwell Connie Corrigan Doris Cornwell Constance A. Corrigan Joe and Kathy Morris Marie Coyle Phyllis and Joe Fresta Carl Crable Leonard Ebert James J. Cramer Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roper Daniel Daiber Billie and Chuck Housemann Anne F. Dalpini Laclede Gas Company Carl W. Demsky Carol Demsky Tom Denkler Dave Hargis David Dering Leah Dering Edward M. Dering Leah Dering Gary Deterding Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Bart J. Devoti Mr. and Mrs. William W. Saylor Louis Dieckhaus Catherine Dieckhaus George L. Diehl Albert and Erline Fuchs Sylvia S. Diehl Matt and Judy Christ Family Charles Allen Dietiker Sheila Cova
William Dillinger Walter and Marjorie Cammann Construction and General Laborersâ€™ Local Union #660 Fred and Yolanda McKinney Harold and Mary Lou Wienke Violet DiMaio Ann DiMaio E. Warren Dinan Mary and Bob Heaney Charles DiSalvo Virginia Gough Joann DiSalvo Helen Klenklen John Dorris William and Jacqueline Hummel Craig Doss Ron and Gwen Elz Evan Downs Nick and Roxanne Adsit Mr. and Mrs. Todd Anderson Thomas and Carole Bond Debbie Boyden Nicole Campbell Craig and Penny Cheever Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Gray Amy Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Park Leanne Park, Deb Snyder, Karla Liebers, Larry Nolan Mike and Brenda Schafer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Tompkins and Ella, Mr. Joseph Wheeler Flora Dozier Viola Lumpkins Rosemary Duclos Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Inez Dugan Joann Hartman Tabatha Dushane Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Abrams Ron Levinson Leslie Eagle Larry and Gloria Masters Norma Edney Matt and Judy Christ Family Eva A. Ellspermann Miss Esther E. Ellspermann Margaret Ellspermann Miss Esther E. Ellspermann Arlene Ernst Margaret Faul Dean Fales The Maher Family
Dorothy M. Flavin Mary Beth, Barbara Hummel and Bernie Braus Walter (Wally) T. Forest Fred Schnebeli Lawrence J. Fornero Gerry and Betty Geiger Anna Fox Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Fox Pat Freemyer Margret Sontgerath Ricky French Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biekert Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanke Colleen Powers Steve Rynders Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Erline Frese John F. Frese, Sr. Kenneth Friedhoff Betty Piel Ralph Fries Bill and Shirley Bean Mr. and Mrs. Gary Crowe Georgia Fries Richard, Larry and Robert Lux Robert L. Fuchs William Fuchs Marge Taylor Mary Elizabeth Fuhro Charles Fuhro Michael Fuhro Jack Gamble Bob and Virginia Bognar Gerard O. Ganz Mary and Terry Wittenberg Barbara Garmer Mr. Rickard Tarzwell Gloria Gazall Jerome Gazall William Gebhart Gene and Diane Matrisotto Rose Marie Geerling Dave, Sandy, Davey, Danny and Johnny Caleca Mr. and Mr. Jerry DiSalvo Humbert and Mary Ghio Reverend John Ghio Lillian Grace Gibson Christine Bauer Carolyn Beckett Randy and Rose Brandmeyer Bernice Brown Edwardsville Community Unit School District No. 7 Joan Evers Joe and Kathleen Feigl and Family Karen and Dennis Gaudreault
Jana Gerstenecker Nate and Amanda Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson Mary Hemmer Linda and Jack Holcomb Debbie Huelscher David and Rita Jenkins, Tom and Michelle Jenkins, Ben and Paige Jenkins, Katie and Daren Kreuger and Families Joanne and Rich Kelley Tibor C. Kopjas, M.D. Cecile and Dean McPeak Maureen Meyers Jerry and Janis Moore Sue Papajcik Brice and Angie Pence Family Brandon Rodney Dick and Lynn Rogers Mary Ann Sanders Pat Schott Mickey and Jack Scoville K. F. Siegrist Barb Small Virginia Small Jim and Sandy Speciale The Straw Family Leroy and Mary Toennies Pete and Jackie Toennies Ron and Cindi Voss Sharon and Eric Voss Alan and Janet Weber Wayne and Nancy Weber The Woelfel Family Mary Cecilia Gilmore Carol and Mark Carroll Richard B. Godwin Mary and Terry Wittenberg Barbara Golub Ron Edwards Robert (Bob) G. Goodwin Robert and Jeannine Sinak Adam Gregory R. L. and B. L. Buhrkuhl Andrew Gregory Pam and James Bargfrede Fredrick and Helen Gregory Roger and Carolyn Gregory Raymond and Frances Higgins Lorraine Schoettger Daniel J. Greiner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Greiner Nan Greiser Jim and Mary Alabach Amos Griffin Gloria Polston
Lea Ann Groves Dan and Katie Sullivan John E. Guignon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Danis Leo L. Haarmann Knights of Columbus Effingham Assembly 0214 Rickey Haferkamp Kathleen Haferkamp Yevone Haller Dale and Ruth Nagel Oscar P. Hampton Jane Williams Howard and Blanche Hantak Bob and Carolyn Hantak Donald Harbaugh Donna Pelikan Robert W. Hargrove Jean Mueller Marilyn C. Harris Skip and Nancy Marcum, Bill and Nannette Cochran, Sherrie Hoffeditz, Jody and Kaye Maxfield, Bryan and Kelle Schmidtke Robert Hartman Vince Messina Earl Head Wilma and George Levin Tommy Heller Kathryn Heller Ernie Hellmich Patricia Mueller and Earl and Shirley Anderson Chuck Henkelman James and Maureene Lawless Sally Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anthon Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Spitznagel, Jr. Arthur B. Hermelin Jim and Kathy Ruggeri Antoinette M. Hilyard Veronica Hilyard Roy Hines Mary Kasal and Family Dylan Hobby Clara B. Westenberger William Emil Hof H & G Sales Michael Hogrefe John Arval, Jr. Edward and Rose Baumann James and Tracy Cheatham John and Cynthia Clark Donald and Beverly Fleming Susan Goetting Edna Hammel Richard and Leta Heuman ...Michael Hogrefe continued on page G6
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Patti Faltus Frank Faltus Irene Farrah Helen Heddering Velma I. Farrah Linda Slenker Norma Fessler Steven Barteau Burns and McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Crnic, II Dennis Fessler and Family Ed Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Gary Linn Maloney’s Heating and Air Conditioning Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mansfield, Jr. Helen F. Moehle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ogle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young Joseph W. Fete Wayne and Barbara Alexander Jon and Melissa Bolden Chris Bowles Elizabeth A. Catrini Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deutschmann Robby and Donna Doss Jim and Donna Ferlin Andrew Geisse Scott and Cheryl Hefner Phyllis Hippenmeyer James and Mary Jane Johnston Ginny Kelly Thomas Koch John and Jean Lamprecht Rick and Chris Lindner Tom Makarewicz Paul and Bert Marchi Marybeth McGrath Ed and Mary Miles Michael Millegan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Newman The Northridge Group Adele O’Sullivan Bryan and Joan Peetz John Pricken Phillip Rodick Peter and Paula Schaffer John and Jana Sneed John Stankey Randall Stephenson Kathleen Stewart Jean Taylor Joe Tesson Eric and Laura Weinbrom Tony and Delores Filla Elizabeth Coleman
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...Michael Hogrefe continued from page G5 Mark Hogrefe and Souad Sultani Mark Holt Tonya Knust Dale and Marsha Link Dean and Bitzie Link Dana and Michael Link Board of Director, Administration and Employees of Memorial Hospital IYC HCU Staff Kenneth and Virginia Rowold Marla and Tom Yankey Mary T. Holloran Patsy Holloran Layla A. Holst Deborah Chase John and Janice Robinson Loyla Holst John and Jacquline Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Kent Steffens David Hopley O’Neill and Miriam Farrington Jason Hunter Susan, Sam and Allie Hunter Thomas McFarland Dr. T. Pattaropong
Pamela Hunter Stephen Hunter David J. Huxel Donald and Anne Althauser Larry and Ruth Bock Dana and Marty Bruckerhoff Central Bank Lebanon, Missouri Karl and Maribeth Dann Pauline Deppe Larry and Nancy Finders Linda and Gordon Heck James and Betty Held James and Mary Hellmann Staff of Hermann Hospital Carl Humm Robert and Nancy Kirchhofer Gerald and Mary Korman Bonnie Krause and Ruth Fuller Steven and Susan Lenger Lisa and Aaron Markle Clarence and Beverly McKinney Jim and Adeline Ortmeyer, Kay Schaffer Clara Messmer, Violet Pointer, Bob and Nancy Kuehhofer Lois Puchta Dolores Schannuth Frank Struttman
William and Shirley Tilly Evelyn Vogel Michael and Denise Witthaus Geraldine Ikemeier Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dement Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church Inc. Paul and Joann Fortman Mark Iversen Thomas and Ruth Iversen Raymond A. Jackson Dorothy Berry Vicki Jo Jany Cheryl and Larry Gross Bradley Johanning Leonard and Deb Salger Jane Jones Rick and Ann Seebeck Rose Marie Justice Mary Harris Rick Kadet Mac and Cheryl MacFarland Gretta Nicole Kaliher Betty Williams Wilma Jean Kargacin Julia Bannes The Bannes Family
Tom and Linda Breuer William Broy Janet Deranja Lynn and Samson Dunlap Jane Goeddel John and Laura Kargacin Marie Moore Bob and Patti Mueller Tom and Tillie Rehagen Betty Jo and Pat Schaefer Ronald and Karen Werner Everett Kassing Irene Sanders Joseph Kastelic Ms. Delores Hendricks Nancy M. Kearbey Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Files George Keller Barb, David, Anna and Thomas Weiss Ruth Kemper Information Systems Department of Schnuck Markets Virginia Kessler Mary Stevenson Mary Kiemel Don Alford Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lemahieu
Wilhelmina (Willie) Luecking
n May 25, 2011, Wilhelmina Luecking, 87, died at Aviston Countryside Manor in Aviston, Ill., after a five-year period of declining health. Willie, as she was known to her friends, decided to donate her body to SLU (Saint Louis University) to help promote education and improved health for future generations. Willie was a woman of charity, not just in her giving, which was significant, but also in how she lived her life. She felt it was important to be “charitable” in how one thought and acted toward one another. This was how she lived, and it had a quiet but significant impact on those around her. Willie was a strong Catholic, a very strong Catholic, and wanted any memorial donations after her death to have an attachment to her faithful beliefs. The Bob Costas Cancer Center was chosen not only in memory of Willie but also as a cause close to the family’s heart. On October 13, 1979, Willie’s grandson, Jason Miller, was diagnosed at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital with ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia). He endured three years of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, blood tests, spinal taps, and bone marrow aspirations at a time when the successful cure rate of ALL was less than 50 percent. His mother, Dolores (Luecking) Schuette, wrapped herself in the warm embrace that is the essence of Glennon care. The staff became her extended family, helping her when no one else could imagine all her family had to face. Jason lost most of his beautiful blond hair, developed a cute, prednisone round face, and sometimes even lost his normally sunny disposition. Today Jason is a happy, healthy 35-year-old
man. This spring he married Kelly (the wedding was his Grandma Willie’s last outing before her death). Together with their daughter, Trinity, they are making the house that Willie and her husband, George, built for the family — their home. This donation honors Jason and all the Glennon family that made his cure possible. As unusual as it may seem, Willie had a second grandchild diagnosed with cancer at Cardinal Glennon. Her granddaughter Sara Mode was diagnosed on Nov. 11, 1987, with a spinal cord tumor. She was also treated with chemotherapy, surgeries, radiation therapy and had numerous complications. Her parents, Pete and Pat Mode, clung to the life preserver that is the Cardinal Glennon staff, as they battled this horrendous disease. They watched as their baby grew into her toddler years and developed into a charming little girl. Sadly a cure was not to be, and on May 18, 1990, Sara Mode died at 3 years, 9 months and 16 days old. The Glennon family did not abandon the Mode family even after Sara’s death. They reached out many, many times over the years to be sure the Modes would know that Sara was not forgotten. So, this donation is in Sara’s memory as well. Please accept these donations in memory of Willie Luecking, the quiet, gentle lady we called “Mom,” as a thank you for welcoming our family into the Glennon family.
Don Layton Paul and Pat Huber Henry Lechner Vic and Sharon Brouk Thomas and Jennie Duncan Nancy R. Kelley Mrs. Edgar Lee McHugh Pat and Carol West John and Sandy Whitehead Shirley Leiling Amber DeShafer Dennis and Sheila Dove Dan and Barbara Eggering Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harke Ken and Bonnie Reller Lynn Rogliardi Jim and Betty Schulze Barb Schumpe Jerry and Amy Schwent Ken and Terri Sommer All The Stelzer’s Keith and Tina Sturm David, Brenda and Dusty Thornhill Darrell and Vicki Westhoff Ernest Lemberger Mary McFerron Eddie Leong General Motors Wentzville Assembly Plant Barbara Hoffmeyer Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Mack Frank, Philomena, Joseph, Mary, Daniel and Gerri Letizia Nick Letizia Shirley Lewis Adrian and Leni Pender Henry Lienemann Jean and Mike Gilomen Leo F. Light The Buford Family (Sherwood) Caroline and Gilbert Early Russ and Barbara Huether Eugene Mohan Mary Lovins Jeanette Faulkenberry Wilhelmina (Willie) Luecking Mr. and Mrs. John G. Haas Harvey L. Imber Nancy and Glen Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Lange Julie Bond-Ledford Patricia Lisk Debra S. Matzenbacher Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mueth
Hospital Sisters and Staff of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Elaine M. Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. George Schmitz Dolores Schuette Mr. and Mrs. David E. Wiskamp Mr. and Mrs. David L. Wittenauer Dr. Atchawee Luisiri Dr. and Mrs. Jen Yih Chu Helen Gagen Joseph F. Lutkewitte Tom and Mickey Kuhn James A. Lydon Barbara Faszi Mary E. Gatti Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hanley Marybeth McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Saak Jerry and Theresa Siesener Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simeone Virginia B. Maddox John and Kathleen Veidt Clara Mahue Mr. and Mrs. Dan Berberich Bernard A. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Bob O’Brien Margaret C. Mansfield George and Helen Kleine Jonathan Marian Mr. and Mrs. Jim Catanzaro Sr. Mary Josephine (Florence Helen) Marischen Kevin and Beverly Maher Marissa Mary M. Vanacker Raymond (Buddy) Marshall Hunter and Dixie Rolwing Carolyn A. Martin Matt and Judy Christ Michael W. Marty Paul and Jeanette Rehkemper Fred Maslo Joycln Maslo Eldon D. Masters Elvera Erbs Betty McBroom Mr. and Mrs. Travis Park Exie McCarty Mary Stevenson and Family Mary Kathryn McDermott Dennis Allen Michael Bailey Lori Basecke A. M. and S. M. Baumer Rosdina Becerra
Gerald Beckerle Richard Behr Patrick and Laura Benoist Tim Berra Bill McDermott Graphic Design Billiken Soccer Club William Bradford Jerry and Tracy Bright Reverend Thomas Bryon Caring and Sharing Program, Inc. Donald F. Ceresia Stephen and Julie Christy Jack and Angela Coleman Timothy and Patricia Collins James Dice Thomas and Janet DiMaria Irina Dobin Robert Dollar Thomas J. Donovan, Jr. Donald Droege Paul W. Dueker Mark Ellis Kevin Fahling Gary Findlay Jack and Trina Foristal Deborah Gallagher Jennifer Gamma Robert Garcia Richard Garrad Mary Ann Gentry Ray (Goose) Gilliam Grossman Iron and Steel Company Kirk Halveland Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Herleth David Heth Henry Hisserich Vicki J. Hodges - Evansville Soccer Club 94 Amy Howe Maria Hucker Bruce Hudson Huneke Realty Company Joe Clarke Soccer Camps John Johnson Kevin Kalish Joe and Kim Koenig Laclede Gas Company Daniel Leahy Patrick and Colleen Leahy Jim and Sharon Leeker Michael and Donna Lowrey Jill Maglasang James Manion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marquitz Christina and Josh McCutcheon Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDermott ...Mary Kathryn McDermott continued on page G8
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Susannah Kilmer Doug Kurka and Elaine Childress Dorothy Kirchhoff Richard Kirchhoff, Sr. Dorothy Kister Bob and Loretto Schaeffer Urban A. Klein Adele Uding Vernon Knobbe Julia Bisesi Barbara Meyer Peggy Koettker Marge Audrain Kimberly Kraemer Linda J. Eaker Jean Kelly Rich and Karen Malter Mike and Rose O’Connor Dick Prouhet Susan Strauss Patricia and Timothy Toolen Wayne and Shirley Weil Ted Kraichely Virginia Kraichely Robert L. Krekeler Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Brown Mark Carroll Dr. and Mrs. Rudy Catanzaro Nancy and Greg LaVigne Dan and Katie Sullivan John Krieshok Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krieshok Joseph Kritchell Mr. and Mrs. Mark Frintrup Kevin Lind Doris Kvinge Reverend Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rafanan Milton Kvinge Reverend Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rafanan LR Larry O. Masters Norbert F. Ladd Barb Wisbrock Marian Lambrechts Kenneth A. Lambrechts Matt Lanfer Jeff, Kim, Lexy and Isabella Dorothea E. Langer Kenneth Langer Edward Lansche Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Crutsinger Dan and Katie Sullivan Madelyn LaPiccola Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Brown Kathleen (Deanne) Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knobbe Charles Layton Marge Taylor
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...Mary Kathryn McDermott continued from page G7 Andrew and Julie McDowell Michael McGinty Douglas and Jacqueline McIlhagga Susan Mercer Duane Moses Barbara Mueller Jymi Neidig John and Jessie Nelke Mark Newport Doug Nitsch Kenneth and Michelle Noll Notre Dame Pre-School Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Oleshak Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olwig Jamie Paul Krista and Thomas Pelizzaro Kevin Poje Dale and Kay Reller Karen and Gary Rensing Thomas and Mary Rich Steve Rick Wendy Roberson Erik Rockholm Kevin and Lynne Rossiter St. Louis University High School Elena Sasieta Genevieve Schmitt Chris Schneider Lisa Schultz Michael and Melinda Sorber Richard and Jill Specter Strategic Technology Group Steve Sweetin Stephen Tassallo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Tocco Albert and Margaret Toczylowski Travelers Insurance Alan and Elna Trost Thomas and Marie Trost Michael and Theresa Twellman Taylor Twellman George Van Dyke Lisa Vienhage David Weber Denny Werner Walter and Anita Werner Christian Werstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Westbrook Robert and Joan Wimsatt World Wide Technology, Inc. Charles and Kathleen Zoeller Billy L. McFarland Al and Peggy Bauer Grace Dorothy McGuigan Ed and Marie Schiller
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ardinal Glennon made sure my family was never alone through the toughest of times and they
celebrated with us during the sweetest of times. Cardinal
Glennon helped us turn something terrible into something that showed us the strength of our family. MARGARET MULVIHILL Glennon Ambassador Family
Glen E. McHaney Angela Walsh Frances C. McKinney Mary Jo Myers Autumn Hawkins Meadows Dorotha Jane Gauger Gilmore Melliere Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Xavier Melliere Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ritter and Family Roger Melton Gloria Polston Alexis Merklin Pauline and Adam Wojcik Monsignor Louis F. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amelotti Richard Armbruster Family Caroline and Harold Bean Miss Florence Beckwar Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bellina Ed Berra Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Biffignani Terri Brauch & Family Jim Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. Carr Mr. and Mrs. John V. Clogan Bonnie Cuneo Janet Desnoyer Jan Dicke Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dunne, Karen Dunne Fabick Charitable Trust Inc. Ms. Patricia A. Feldmann Mary Felts Ann and Carter Freeman Jerry and Carole Gassel
Mary Goodall Sherlyn Hailstone Ruth Hasser Mr. and Mrs. Ed Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hilton Marion Hug Jean Hunt Lewis and Mary Johnson Fran Kister Mary Koschoff Jeanne Krull Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Landholt J. Liermann Family Peter and Irene Mazzola Luke and Charlotte Meatte Robert and Elisabeth Merenda Dave and Ann Merrifield Sam and Dee Merrifield Joseph and Kathleen Morris Michael Nolan William and Suzanne O’Brien Betty Piel John and Elizabeth Piel Brenda Powell, Liz and Bridget Mr. and Mrs. Randy G. Rechtien Carolyn Regan, Mary Appelbaum, Jean Antoine, Ed & Adelaide Barfield, Roy Becker, Martha Hadfield, Mary Hribernik, Marion Hug, Rosemary McGill, Pek Phimpharong, Josefa Quiroga, Mary Tinsley, John True, Dr. Jean Weuer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ross Reverend Charles R. Ruff Joan F. Ryan Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ryan, Sr.
Reverend Donald Schramm Pat Simpson Ed and Alice Spitznagel Mrs. Mary Ellen Swift Alan and Elna Trost Richard and Mary Westphal Jane Williams Virginia H. Wolf Joan Zacheis Nanette P. Moore Mary and Bob Heaney Mary V. Moran Margaret Sievers Megan Moran Jennifer McKinney Vincent J. Morrell Dr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Cavanaugh Margaret Ann Morrissey Anita Eftimoff Barbara S. Godfrey Carol Scoggins Virginia Morrow Susan Brooker Dorothy Jane (Dede) Muldoon Nancy and Greg LaVigne James L. Murray Marjorie and Gerald Right John L. Musser Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hantak Sydney Marie Mylenbusch Dorothy Dillinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Schmerber Sheryl Kay Nackley Don Moschenross Virginia (Ginny) L. Nash Marge Bohrer Cardinal Glennon Neonatal, Nurse Practitioner’s, Dr. Stacey Monaco and Sue Ameiss Ceil, Tom, Erin and Marty Carver Catherine Dieckhaus Bob Egan Richard and Mary Fischer Kelly and John Gilroy Vince and Debbie Grelle Joe Herbst Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hurst Aaron and Lisa Inch Sue Long Bob and Barbara Mariano John and Mary McGraw Mike Nelson Tom and Lisa Roth Robert and Lynda Schurwan Helena Servis John and Debbie Stevenson The Travis Family Carla and Steve Valli Pacattes, Beci and Gen Van Ekeren Mary Bridget Ward Your Friends at St. Anthony’s
John Paulter Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Frank Peirick Carol Joseph Carl L. Penzel Ray and Jane Hebenstreit Mettie Penzel Ray and Jane Hebenstreit Brian Petrowske Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter John Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forshaw, III Mrs. Carol Phillips Cardinal Glennon Children’s Guild Dale Pickerill Mr. and Mrs. George Andrasko Dan and Laura Blotevogel Eddie Blotevogel Shelly Brunaugh Dottie Buescher Terri Eaves Dan and Linda Frizzo Mr. and Mrs. John Goldacker Jami Goodman and Ray DeVries Ron Johnson Greg and Heather Kipping John and Corie Knowles Andy Manar Officers and Members of Mount Olive Fire Department Kelly Murphy Steve Nonn and Sue Brown Don and Robin Nowell Dennis and Marla Oelzen Victor and Joyce Oltmann Tom Pelot
Judy Rosentretter Nick Scheller William Scheller Jason Schmidt David and Robyn Schoen Frank and Sharon Schwab David and Cheryl Schwartzkopf Bruce and Mary Ann Scopel Mayor John Skertich and the City Council Richard and Dorothy Stierwalt David and Caryl Tune Turner Hall The Vazzi Family Terry and Diane Zarr Melinda Zippay Michele Zippay Helen R. Pikul Marian and Jim Wobbe Betty Ping Mr. and Mrs. Helen and August Werner Talen William Pingsterhaus Phillip and Lacey Arentsen Megan M. Platt Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hoffman Elmer Poos Elizabeth Bockius Mary Poppe Georgia Biermann Alice Juenger Betty Noland Reverend and Mrs. Carl Norton
hroughout her nine years of volunteer service, Ginny Nash’s smile greeted visitors to Toy Box, the gift shop at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. “She loved to talk, and she loved to laugh, and she could make anyone else laugh, too; the thing about her was that she was so much fun,” commented Patty Nash Johaningmeyer, daughter and nurse practitioner in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at SSM Cardinal Glennon. Ginny loved her family and would do anything for them. She spent every Saturday for 12 years taking her “special” granddaughter, Anna, out to lunch. By creating this tradition, it showed her commitment to loving all God’s children.
“My mom had a bad back, but she didn’t allow that to stop her. She loved Cardinal Glennon, the place, the people and the children,” Patty said. Many people at the hospital felt the loss following her death. Her service was attended by many from Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Two of the neonatologists, Dr. Sadiq and Dr. Noguchi, actually served as pallbearers. Her humor, warmth, laughter, smile and dedication made her part of the SSM Cardinal Glennon family. She felt that the people at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center were part of her own family, too. Her smile and laugh will always be remembered; she is surely missed.
Allen Sellenriek and Filippine Maltais R. L. Smythe Jeana Solomon Matthew Stephen Potrzeboski Mrs. Richard Potrzeboski Dustin Powell K.A. and M.F. Ellis Robert and Kathy Haas Janet and Gary Heim Cheryl Herschbach Lanny and Mary Hubbard Randall Lavy Leah and Sandy Neely Paul Powell Robert and Sue Schlanker Mary and Roy Wunderlich Colleen M. Prendergast Ms. Rose Marie Horejes Raymond Puettmann Scott and Sandy Mickey John Putman Dan and Katie Sullivan Dallas Pyke Cathy Broyles Pamela Quirk Marie Hahn Steve Radick LaVerne Radick Walter G. Raftery Laura, Dave, Emma, Caroline, Lily and Meg Baylis
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Mark Nichols Sheryl Tominac Johnny O’Brien Linda McGillis Theresa O’Brien Kathleen O’Brien Gibber Richard D. O’Brien Cardinal Glennon Children’s Guild William O’Brien Kathleen O’Brien Gibber Raymond C. Oge Reverend Raymond Oge Teresa M. Oge Reverend Raymond Oge Marissa Orlando Terence, Mona and Girls Margaret Cole Beverly Menne Mark and Amy West Family Deborah J. Wiss Our Children Frank Steinberger Marcus Palazzolo Anna Allen Suzann King Lucy Margaret Palmer Stacy and Gregg Cordes Geri Lammert Helen N. Pancer Jan and Dennis Cocayne Josephine Parker Delores Hendricks Karen Ann Parker Robert Killion William Parker Ms. Delores Hendricks
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Georgia Hatton Jordan Randick
GIFTS OF REMEMBRANCE
er love of God, country and family were important parts of Georgia Hatton Jordan Randick’s life. A vibrant, active woman, she followed her passions to leave a strong legacy. She founded the “One by One Prayer Movement” in which individuals joined others in prayer that focused on our country, immorality, world peace and the end of atheistic communism. This blossomed into an international movement! Georgia also helped found the Fleur de Lis, which provides supervised social activities and training of high-school aged
Georgia Hatton Jordan Randick Helen and Frank Adam Mr. and Mrs. Nick Beil Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bickel Ken and Mary Bower Amy and John Brown Kaye Burns Betty and Frank Bush Peggy and Michael Cain Mr. and Mrs. James Corrigan The Costas Family John and Ginger Denneen Nadine Donahue Adele Fordyce The Gatesworth Residents Association Nicki and John Gillis Mr. and Mrs. John J. Goebel Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Horan Bea and Bill Human Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Imbs II Ann J. Key Carole Less Cindy Jordan Littlefield Jeanette L. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. John Peters MacCarthy Mr. and Mrs. William McMahon Dr. and Mrs. P. Louis Medler Mrs. Edwine Mill Mrs. Lucy F. O’Brien Jenny and Jerry O’Neil Mrs. Marlys Randick Anne and Neil Ryan Eleanor Schlafly Arthur and Betty Schmid
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boys and girls culminating in a grand ball (cotillion). It directly benefits the children at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Georgia also helped with the formation of the Glennon Guild. The Guild continues to raise funds and awareness for SSM Cardinal Glennon. She was so very proud that Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center was the only free-standing, Catholic children’s hospital in America and said, “If we don’t support it, who will?” Georgia let her children know that she wanted any memorial gifts in her name to benefit the children of SSM Cardinal Glennon.
Steve and Judy Schokmiller Kathleen Short Martha Simmons The Sivewright Family Carol Size Nancy J. Smith Robert Smith, Jr. Joe Tipton Claire Travis Greg and Laurie Venner Dr. Janet von Stein and Family Mrs. H. Frederick Walz Martha Weiss David and Geri Zinn Sara Francis Rathert Wayne and Dolores Kraemer Helen Marie Ravarino Mirello Ravarino Edwin (Louie) W. Rebhan Creighton Brothers Charitable Fund Carolyn Resch Arthur Resch Bob, Jack and Karen Ann Richards Mrs. Jeanette Richards Dr. Martyn Richardson ARS Pediatrics, LLC Anthony Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Richard Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. O’Keefe, Jr. Dan and Kathy O’Keefe Robert Roberts John Rodewald Marie E. Roth Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter
J. P. Rosciglione Dale and Jeanette Robertson Bill Roy Elvera Erbs Margaret K. Rupkey Laura Staiman Carroll C. Rush Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Becker Charles H. Carter and Son, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David R. Edwards Enfield Fire District Firemen Engine Efficiency Systems Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Fry Anna L. Fulkerson Harold L. Ray Truck and Tractor Service, Inc. Esther Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Troy Leonberger Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. McIntosh Mid-East Supply and Machine Company, Inc. Chrystal J. Mitchell Mike Taylor Jimmy Thomas & Family, Buddy Thomas & Family, Larry Thomas & Family Amy Vaughan Wayne County Broadcasting Company, Inc. Woodrow Farm Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Woodrow
Lorraine Russell Betty Cole Kerry, Lorraine and BJ Russell Nancy M. Ryan Kate and Tim Ryan Patrick D. Ryan Laura, Dave, Emma, Caroline, Lily and Meg Baylis Jim and Mary Jane Johnston Louis S. Sachs Jim and Karen Castellano Richard L. Salinardi Kerry and Lynne Auer Max Sander Lenore and Ray Hamill Gary Sandretto Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wuenscher Jane Sandweg Mary Lou and Terry Wittenberg Kent Savage Christine Savage Neal Savage Christine Savage Minni Schambra Susan Brooker Michael Richard Schaper Judy Schaper Flora M. Schaya Rick Kilfoy Heston Michael Schilling Jerry, Danita and Brandon Frederking Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schilling
Anne M. Skoff Mary Bridget Ward Derek Jason Sluhan Charles Mulvihill Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Sluhan Addison Smith Joyce and Randy Brueggeman Mike and Kelly Evans Robert and Donna Evans Illinois American Co-Workers Illinois American Water Company Local 405 Illinois American Water Distribution Center Employees Bill and Elise Jackson Frank Kortkamp Deborah Mergelkamp Nancy Mergelkamp Marion and Aline Shands Betty and Myron Thompson, Misty and Ben Floyd, Brad Thompson, Kristina Workman Lana Tayloe Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Volpert Mary Wyss Mary Jean Smith Katie and Dan Sullivan Family Mary Kay Snyders Donna Pelikan Matthew Stanfield Bob and Carolyn Hantak Daniel Stark M. and K. Stark Mildred Steibel Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ritter Daniel Steiner Mary Ann Steiner Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr., PhD Ms. Delores Hendricks Mary Stevenson Lorraine Stobart Roy and Donna Butts Rhonda Callaway John Duddy Ron and Bonnie Hakenewerth Josh and Heather Heineman Dennis Heitman Roger and Mary Horrom Richard Stuckmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vogelsang Barbara Stratton Helen Gagen Nels R. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Terry Schwartztrauber, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Von Alst, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCluskey
Joseph (Jay) J. Stuckel Terri Brauch & Family Catherine Dieckhaus Burt and Mary Droste Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Gamache Jerry and Carole Gassel Jackie Julius Michael Kemlage Family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klobe Tom and Sue Kuse Gregory and Stephanie Lammert Therese Owens Joe and Jerri Rabe Ms. Rachelle R. Reeg Kevin and Donna Rhomberg Bob and Pat Rice Pat Schafers Mike and Judy Schiller Ed and Mary Seematter Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Seitz Sigma-Aldrich Corporation in St. Louis Mr. Richard Spaeth Pat Stuckel Charles and Judy Thoele Virginia Wolf Teresa A. Wolff Lorraine Sturm Michael and Connie O’Sullivan Ann Marie Suever Elvera Erbs Monsignor Lloyd Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dunne, Karen Dunne Robert E. Sullivan Jim and Mary Alabach Clara V. Tayon Delores Hendricks Esther Thomas Ginny and Joe Hartman Robyn E. Throm Joan Mettey Shane Toenjes Robert and JoAnn Trinity Harold Tourville John and Kathleen Veidt Allison June Tribout Raymond and Jann Tribout Alva C. Trueblood James and Christine Mudd Henry E. Uhlenbrock Barbara J. Meyer Emil Ullrich Bob and Marcella Weber Charles A. Uxa Jane Knobbe Marge Taylor
Abbey Valentine Helen Gregory Dr. A. Robert Valle Lillian Keupper Rosemary K. Valleroy Lillian Keupper Julie K. Ventimiglia Lillian Ventimiglia Margaret Ann Ventimiglia Lillian Ventimiglia Earl Viers Carl and Marie Bade Charley Votruba The Sansone Family Irma Wakeland Glenn and Joan Crader Donald C. Wall Carol Larson Mary Ann Walsh Karen, Rick and Katie Peters Pete Walsh Gene and Phyllis Schenck Agnes Walters Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ritter Thomas G. Watkins Frank and Jacqueline Antoine Charles and Donna Chatham Ellen Dauber Tom and Linda Fields Lawrence and Marilyn Germann Cathy and Edmond Gray Jack and Diana Hoffarth L. C. and A. F. Keck Wayne and Peggy Mueller Jerry and Ruth Ann Roth Scott and Sue Soucy and Family Sister of Dr. Mary Weatherston Sheryl Tominac John R. Weber Ken and Cheryl Bauer James Brennan William Buckley Julian and Eileen Carr Linda Cline Edward and Helen Devine Ron, Denise, Michelle, Lauren and Rachel Essmyer Fabick Charitable Trust Marian Grass Ginny and Joe Hartman Ed Higgins Marilyn Ireland Frank and Dolores Lahm ...John R. Weber continued on page G12
Gifts received from March 1, 2011 to July 30, 2011 • G11
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Louis G. Schilly Mr. and Mrs. Kermith Davitz Scott, Paula, Amanda and Amelia Held Glenda Johnson Michael Johnson C. A. and L. J. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Sadler Anita Schilly Mr. and Mrs. Craig Schmelzle Sisters of Mercy David Steinbecker Orville Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. JR Riechman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ritter and Family Edward B. Schmittgens Tom Blackwell and Laura Richter Blackwell Dominican Sisters Mr. and Mrs. Darren England Epiphany Men’s Club Bowling League Brian Kirby Ms. Celeste Kloud Kathy Kray Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Marcolina Mr. and Mrs. John O’Brien Sister Marie Louise Ruggeri Laurie Thuman Angela Walsh Audrey Faith Schuette Kevin and Stacey Schuette Ruth Williams Mary and Joseph Schulz William and Joan Weinzirl Elizabeth Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oldani Helene Schweitzer Albert Schweitzer Mary Grace Sedlak Toni Witte Patricia A. Seidel Robert Seidel Dr. Austin Roger Sharp Tom and Mary Ann Klaum Charlotte Sherberg Jim and Karen Castellano John Sievers Margaret Sievers Sister Celeste Marie, O.P. Joseph and Kathleen Morris Alfred Skaggs Greg and Mary Hartzell Joan Hartzell Ted Heinrichsmeyer
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...John R. Weber continued from page G11 Maryville University Community Bert and Lois Neighbour Ann Parker Constance and Chad Reis Jason and Rachel Robison James Schneithorst Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoverink Dr. William and Arlene Sullivan Wesley Family Medicine Faculty Everlyn Wehmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Fred Semke, Jr. Margaret Weinzirl William and Joan Weinzirl Otto Weinzirl William and Joan Weinzirl Willis Werling Dianne and Bill Renz and Mahoney Roy A. Westerfeld Don and Connie Bergmann Peggy Block Cathy Clever Hank and Roxann Clever Russ and Julie Clever Geralyn Ann Deken Roger and Audrey Deppe David and Judy Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Eller Ann Goetz Kenneth C. Hawkins Keith Hazelwood Kay and Tom Hirsch Dr. and Mrs. David M. Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Leistner Dr. and Mrs. Charles Linsenmeyer Robert Lobonc Robert and Antoinette Marshall Mark and Donna Martinez Cecilia Mercier
Missy Clever Ogden SSM St. Joseph Health Center and Staff Helene M. Schuetz Vicki Simon Tim and Marguerite Stewart Wanda Tennison Neil and Maryann VanDermeulen Kermit Westerfeld, Dave, Arleen, Jon, Morgan and James Fanter Steven Westerfeld Constance Westerman Richard and Rosemarie Bergin Esther Cortivo Bowers Dr. and Mrs. James Bowers Carolyn Purcelli-Boyd Dr. and Mrs. David W. Bringham Dennis and Kathy Connor Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Cook and Family Dorothy Cooke Marianne and Bob Fournie Margaret Fritts Fred Lang and Company Dr. Paul and Mrs. Judy Grim Mark and Maureen Helfers Thomas E. Hilton Pete and Gloria Jaroscak The Joint Commission Kirby and Nancy Keller Rock Kessler Ron and Charlene Lotz Jean Mueller Linda and Lee Rascovar Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Reh Susan and Gerry Sandweg Rod and Phyllis Santoyo Dr. and Mrs. Scott Schmidt Janet Seiler Sylvia Steiling, MD
Valann Tasch Barbara Tournour William Wulfing Dr. and Mrs. Robert Yoselevsky Dr. and Mrs. John Zalewski Steve and Mary Zamastil Kara Suzann Westhoff Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Witte Mary Clare Weston Joanne and Dale Albers Percy Albers Mr. and Mrs. Warren Albers Juli and Mark Blumenberg Renal Department at Cardinal Glennon Gina Caulfield Reverend and Mrs. Richard L. Combs Catherine Cooksey Cay and Paul Doerrer Tim and Abbi Doolittle Family Bruce and Donna Dyer Megan Finney Mitch and Ann Freihoff Matt and Darci Garavaglia Allen and Pat Garner Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hopkins Preston and Iris Koprivica Inez Kroenung Staci and Tim Lauer Dr. Ellen Wood and Dr. Robert Lynch Larry and Ann Mauch Georgene Menshouse Barbara Meyer Mr. and Mrs. David Nistendirk Gerald and Patricia Primm Joann Sind
Rhonda Wheeler Nita Sparks Charles Whitten Paul Leible Gloria Wicks Karen Haberstroh and Family Bridget E. Wilson Jan Kampwerth Gabe and Kevin Wilson Sam Wilson Carbondale Police Officers Association Fran Wingbermuehle The Tyra Family Dan Woll Earl and Shirley Anderson Henry Wright Dan and Sandy Schultes Walter N. Wuertz Mrs. Irene Wuertz Marilyn Wurst Mary M. Orf Richard Yanes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Byers, Jr. Mary Corry CPI Corp Dennis and Linda Fox Kim and Richard Hollingsworth Steve and Rose O’Brien Cardell and Karen Young Michele L. Yoder James and Joyce Garrett Lindsay LaMarche Shawn, Stella and David Portner Ruth M. Young Susan McCoole Joseph T. Zoellner Clarissa Zoellner
John R. Weber
ohn R. Weber was a successful businessman in the family construction business, Fred Weber, Inc., working his way to president and chairman of the board. During his tenure as president, Fred Weber, Inc., became the first company to recycle asphalt. John was proud of the fact that his company built more than 46 miles of Interstate 44 from St. Louis through St. Clair, Mo., and beyond. John’s love for children was reflected in his philanthropic spirit. He was a long-time, active member of the St. Louis Variety Club and served as St. Louis president, international
vice president and was a recipient of Variety Club’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He also started the St. Louis Variety Club Bikes for Kids program. John served on the Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation Board of Governors for 22 years and was president of the Board from 1987 to 1988. John took a special interest in assuring all children had good health care. He lived the motto, “If it is to be, it is up to me.” He loved the fact that Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center helps all sick children regardless of race, creed or their family’s ability to pay.
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GIFTS OF Honor
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center gratefully acknowledges the following benefactors for their gifts made in the honor of a beloved family member, friend, or colleague.
Carole Ann Brown Fred Brown Mrs. Wynn Brownlee Kathryn Bullock Henrietta B. Brubaker David and Kathleen Busenbark Reverend Thomas Bryon Ken and Carol Mitulski Daniel D. Buck Mrs. Doris Lohner The Saint Louis Planned Giving Council Pat Bullock Kathryn Bullock Evonelle Calkins Brad Calkins Gina Carron Vic, Melissa, Maggie, Tommy Amato Rosemary H. Childress Doug Kurka and Elaine Childress Ken and Julie William K. Childress Doug Kurka and Elaine Childress William V. Cissell Dave and Deb Kleinschmidt Nathan Collier Joyce and Rich Lifka Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins Charles and Nancy Van Dyke Michele Constantino Francis McDermott Bob Costas Norman Davis Pamela Davis Richard Kraner Andrew and Ivette Rothschild Glen Cotta Scott and Sharon Kaufman and Kids Lincoln Cox Mr. and Mrs. James F. Simpson Timothy J. Danis Kathie and Sonny Reynolds Nolan Danner Carol Dolenz Nancy Dawson Mr. Douglas J. Wagner Ceil Deuser Vic, Melissa, Maggie, Tommy Amato
Anne Disko Pat and Jack Lenzen Doctors and Nurses Neonatal Intensive Care Steve and Pat Bander Eileene Donnelly Veronica Hilyard Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dull Penny and John Dauernheim Richard Earls Delores Hendricks Rose Earls Delores Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eisenbath Henry and Norma Prinster Bob Fellner Ginny Schrappen Diane Fick Wayne Fick Jane Fick Wayne Fick Mr. and Mrs. Bo Ficker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holloway Josephine Fillman Cindy Seaman Carson Flieg Florence Flieg Edsel D. Ford Barbara L. Ford Ralph A. Fournier Kathy and Larry Shoults Kristen Friedel Kathryn Bullock Pat Friedel Bill, Kristen, Mackenzie and Joseph Friede Reverend Monsignor Vernon E. Gardin Mary and Tony Bommarito Robert H. Gardner Pamela Miller Dana Glore G and GG Brad Gould Sister Agnes Marie Geringer
Five Grandchildren Mary E. Nicastro Sherlyn Hailstone Bill, Lisa, Chad and Jackie Hailstone Carol Hanten Jack and Marge Gallagher LaVerne Harris Tom and Rita Rengel Robert L. Harris Tom and Rita Rengel Morgan Harrison Carol Dolenz Presley Harrison Carol Dolenz Noreen E. Hayes Sara Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heise Larry and Gloria Masters Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Henricks Jean Bell Jack Henry Laura and Ryan Hahn M. Shane Hershman Ralph and Cornelia Schilling Robyn Hogan Jean Lauman Mr. and Mrs. Skip Huebner Sheila Cova Russell Huether Barb and Mary Beth Hummel Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crowell Mary Ann and Jerry Grigone Dick and Kathy Hahn Joanne, Pam, Ryan and Barb Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. King Nick J. Letizia Fred and Carol Michaelis Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pecaut Robert B. Rimmey Tom and Kathy Rimmey Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rooney Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Schroeder Robert O. Wiesler Jeanne Irvin Emily Irvin
Gifts received from March 1, 2011 to July 30, 2011 • G13
GIFTS OF HONOR
Mary Aita Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation All Children Erwin and Adeline Branahl Allen Allred Mr. and Mrs. David L. Tobin Angie Altgilbers Vic, Melissa, Maggie, Tommy Amato Karen Amato Vic, Melissa, Maggie, Tommy Amato Renee Amato Vic, Melissa, Maggie, Tommy Amato Susan J. Ameiss Joe, Ronda and Syndey Bradley Sister Marilyn Ancer, SSND Ginny Schrappen Christopher Armstrong Reverend Monsignor Donald Schramm Ashley and Trent Renee Junker Richard Baker Pat Michaels John and Sharon Putzel Department of Anestheology Craig and Debra Pulley Emily, Ryan and William Barry Grandpa and Grandma Barry Mr. and Mrs. Frenchie Barteau Don and Maxine Winston Stephen E. Been Carol and Elmer Dintelmann Julia Danielle Beil Mrs. Dorothy Lewis Ann Bender Francis McDermott Patricia Bender Deanna Bender Beth and Chad Elizabeth Dyer Justin F. Brady The Behrmann Family Stella Breihan Thomas and Karen Tevlin Mr. and Mrs. James G. Brennan Mr. Stephen E. Nemec
GIFTS OF HONOR
GIFTS OF HONOR
Jamie Linda Luks Kristin J. Kaburakis Sant Joseph’s Academy Marian Kastelic Delores Hendricks Megan Kelly James Bachus Virginia M. Kelly Cindy Seaman Jack Kennedy Fay and Delbert Kueker Luke Kennedy Fay and Delbert Kueker Holly Kirel Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Hiatt Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kosta Mary Ann and Jerry Grigone Barbara Kountzmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soaib Christine Kremer Nancy Linn William Kutosky Delores Hendricks Jerome L. L’Ecuyer Vera Maas Payton and Owen Lee Bob and Rose Mary Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Don Lemp Art and Elizabeth Seise Ann Lenzen Pat and Jack Lenzen Susan Lenzen Pat and Jack Lenzen Chase Lumia Katherine and Joel Dickherber Stephanie and Michael Lumia Robert and Jamie Madden Deandra and Anthony Phillips Mary Majerus Mr. and Mrs. Frances McDermott Joseph Maraachli Stephen Book William S. Cantrell Vanessa Castagna John and Nira Chow Jessie and Gerald Coffey Heath and Rebekah Curtis Jason Doerrer Ed and Dorothy Gotway Sally Hays Camille Emig-Hill Stuart G. Iribarren Tom Jonas Julie Kluba Mark Knudsen Karen Lightfoot
G14 • Glennon Friends
Joseph and Jessica Lillibridge Maria Maloy Michael and Anne Mattson Kendall Mohr Lisa Ohlund Christopher and Olivia Pieknik Margarita Sapan Antoinette Serena Mary Taylor Robert and Elizabeth Tichacek Maryann Yanko Marion Yapuncich June Zoellner Abby Marcouiller Pat and Jack Lenzen
Sister Mary Noreen McGowan, FSM Mickey and Boyd Fellows Marian V. Mehan Brenda Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reller Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller Mr. and Mrs. George J. Koenemann Bill and Jean McLaughlin Dorothy Minemann Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Jacob Lucas Moak Paul, Jamie Lawrence S. Montgomery Molly Nisbet
Jennifer C. Petroff Ascension Health Kendra Ramsey Robert and Carolyn Guilander Robert J. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoernschemeyer Betty Riechman Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Ritter Harold and Rosemary Prow Debbie Runzi Vic, Melissa, Maggie and Tommy Amato
n our search for answers with our little girl, Katy, we’ve met with doctors literally all across North America. Every doctor we’ve spoken to has recom-
mended the same care her doctors at Cardinal Glennon had already prescribed for her. It’s a huge comfort to know that the doctors that we see every month right here in St. Louis are providing
world-class medical care for our little girl. More than that, they’ve set themselves apart with the way they make us feel like our little girl could be the only patient they’ll see that day.
That’s why Cardinal Glennon is our home for most of Katy’s medical needs. TODD & MICHELE OSWALD Glennon Ambassador Family
Megan E. Marxkors Chris and Sandra Kaeiser Kelan Masinelli Eric and Sandra Kaeiser Dakota McArthur Kerry, Lorraine and BJ Russell Brittnee McDermott Francis McDermott Camille T. McDermott Francis McDermott Karen McDermott Francis McDermott William A. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thaman
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Morgan Bob Morgan Barbara Mueller Mary Mueller Joseph J. Mueller Mary Mueller Mr. and Mrs. William Neumarker Rita Meyer Dr. Blake E. Noyes Relatives of Kayla Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Flake Traci O’Brien Wayne Fick Catherine Parker James and Linda Parker
Susan G. Runzi Vic, Melissa, Maggie and Tommy Amato Jessica Sanders Schenk Grandparents Douglas G. Sansone Mr. and Mrs. James J. Checkett Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sansone Bill and Pat Olwig Father Thomas Santen Anonymous Julia Schenk Schenk Grandparents Connor Schicker Kirby and Darlene Schicker Anita M. Schilly Nancy and Matt Pfuntner David A. Schmoll Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmoll, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunard Morris Bill and Mary Sue Ondr Jennifer Pollihan Michael Sauerbrey Matt and Stephanie Shorey The Spencer Family Robert Swanger Irene B. Sigmund Adrienne Wexler Kathleen Sisco Francis McDermott David J. Slama Grandma Joan St. Joseph Carol and Kenneth Mitulski Timothy W. Staed Mary Staed Mary F. Stevenson Delores Hendricks
Joan C. Sucher Kathryn Bullock Timothy Leslie Vaughn Sarah Tipton Lester and Delma Williams Adele L. Uding Ann and Ken Zimmermann Blake Uffelmann Fay and Delbert Kueker Sam Vitale David, Donna and Dean Luker Margaret Warnick Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter Margaret E. Webb Ms. Margaret Alpaugh John R. Weber Jay and Mary Schultenenrich Reverend Joseph A. Weber, Jr. Jeanne McLaughlin Obermeyer Family
Kate Wright Veronica Hilyard Fran Wulfers Alberici Constructors Brian Behrens Fagin Commercial Real Estate and Consulting LLC Don Johnson Kathryn Jamboretz Jennifer Petroff Kevin Rejent David Skaggs Michael Sluhan Working Spaces, Inc. Lynn Yaeger James G. Castellano Vesta Yallaly Bill, Kristen, Mackenzie and Joseph Friedel
GIFTS OF Friendship
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center warmly thanks the following benefactors for their gifts designated for specific programs or for the unrestricted Children’s Fund.
Ms. Therese M. Abbenhaus Abbott Foundation Raymond Abdo Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Abendroth Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Abernathy Gerald Abernathy, Jr. Martie and LeEllen Aboussie Academy of The Sacred Heart Evan and Maria Adair Mr. and Mrs. Erwin S. Adam Loretta Adams Eugene Adelmann Joseph F. Adlon Aflac Worldwide Headquarters Mary Agnew John A. Agrippino Pam Ahlf Cletus A. Ahrens Ms. Julie D. Ahrling Dawn Aiello AIG Foundation Chris Ainsworth Mr. and Mrs. Alan W. Akerson Valerie Akerson Alberici Constructors Lisa Albers Mr. and Mrs. David L. Albright Marjorie Alderson All Saints Parish (University City)
Allen Roofing & Supply Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn J. Allen Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America Mr. and Mrs. Louis Altemeyer Joe and Jennifer Althoff Michael J. Amad Mr. David Amann Kathleen Amann Melissa Amato American Kidney Fund American Legion Auxiliary Lea Ames Mr. and Mrs. Chris Amick Kim Amrhein Judith A. Amschler Anders Minkler & Diehl LLP Adree Anderson Mr. Dale Anderson Kay Anderson Mary T. Anderson Maureen C. Anderson Michael Anderson Dolores Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Charles Andrus Andy’s Auto Body of Chester Inc. Dolores D. Aney Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
Annunciation Parish Church of the Annunziata Mr. Frank J. Anschutz, Jr. Mr. Richard E. Antaya Mrs. Judith Anthon Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Anthony Araka Restaurant Aramark Ms. Anna V. Arens Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armbrecht Dr. and Mrs. Eric Armbrecht Armstrong Teasdale LLP Mrs. Janine Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong Ms. Audrey M. Arrigo Mr. and Mrs. Dan Asahl Ascension Parish (Chesterfield) Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ashelin Assumption Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish (Herculaneum) Assumption Parish (New Haven) AT&T Services, Inc. AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign Ms. Kate Aufderheide Auto Club Enterprises Ms. Victoria Avdeyev Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Baalman Babe’s Tavern and Garden, LLC Mrs. Margaret M. Babka Ms. Bridgette C. Bader Ms. Loretta H. Bader
Mr. Arthur G. Baebler Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Baer Mr. Michael Bafaro Mr. and Mrs. John William Bailey, Jr. Ms. Mary L. Bailey Mrs. Maureen Baine Dr. Theresa R. Bajt Mr. Frederick Bakarich Mr. and Mrs. John P. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Gino Baldetti Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Baldridge Mr. and Mrs. Robet J. Baldwin Kelsey Ballard and David Kirgan Patricia Baloga Mr. Milio Balossi Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Balsai Mr. William A. Bandle Ms. Joyce Bange Ms. Jacqueline B. Bangert Dennis Banister Bank of America Bank of America Foundation, Inc. Bank of Belleville Mrs. Bharti Banker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Banks Ms. Ann Barber Mr. Ralph A. Barger Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Barket
Gifts received from March 1, 2011 to July 30, 2011 • G15
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Roger Schneider Earl and Shirley Anderson Joseph Schuessler Jim and Judie Donohue Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schulte Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reller Ruth Seaman Cindy Seaman Noah Settergren The Kuhl Family Naomi Sherman Isaac and Peggy Edwards Cecelia J. Shorey Sherry Farmer Melissa and Jonathan Fore The Jarus Family Carol and Rick Kehrman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Keppler Sue Kriegshauser Peter and Esther Lamble Mary V. Michele
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Ms. Sue Barks Mrs. Melissa M. Barnason Christopher and Donna Barnes Benjamin and Tammy Barnes Ray and Louise Barnes Mr. Thomas Barnhouse Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Barnidge Ms. Clara V. Barnowski Dan and Carol Barr Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barry David and Virginia Barteau Ms. Ruth A. Barteau Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Barnett Ms. Stephanie Barton Ms. Barbara J. Barutio Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France (Old Cathedral) Francis and Mary Basler R. W. Basler Ms. Ruth Bateman Ms. Jolene Battles Sean and Sara Battles Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bauer Ms. Katherine C. Bauer Merl J. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Baum Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Baumgarth Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baumgartner Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Baxendale Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Beas Ms. Diana K. Beaty John and Christine Beauchamp Ms. Linda Beaudoin Mr. and Mrs. David G. Becher Ms. Elaine Beck Mr. John A. Beck Mr. Karl Beck Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Becker Ms. Joan Becker Ms. Lillian Becker Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Beckermann Mr. William Beckett Mr. Kenneth R. Beckmann Ms. Caroline M. Bedel Ms. Elizabeth A. Behan Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Behlmann Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Behlmann Brian Behrens Mr. Donald G. Behrens Mr. John Behrens Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Belcher Ms. Carol H. Bell Mr. William J. Bell, III
G16 â€˘ Glennon Friends
ur daughter Lauren was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma December 22, 2010. Our care at
Cardinal Glennon has been an experience we will never forget. The doctors and nurses were kind and compassionate and always made Lauren feel like she was the most important patient they were seeing that day. Our family will
always be grateful to Cardinal Glennon for getting us through a traumatic time and giving us back a healthy and happy 12-year-old! JIM & ANGIE LEE Glennon Ambassador Family
Ms. J. Carol Belloli Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Belpulsi, Jr. Mr. Robert Benak Mr. Charles R. Benck Mr. Charles J. Benden Ms. Josephine M. Bender Mr. and Mrs. Blake Bennett Mr. Gregory Bennett Deborah Bentley Delmar and Sarah Bequette Mr. Leonard Berg Mr. Jon F. Bergenthal Mr. Leo Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Bergjans Ms. Mary L. Berilla Michael and Carrie Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Berns, Sr. Mr. Wayne Bernskoetter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berra Mrs. Patricia Berridge Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Berry Ms. Heather Berry Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Berry Ms. Ann M. Bersche John Bert
Mike and Heidi Besemer Ms. Anne Besmer Mr. Wayne Beugg Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Beutel Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Beutel W. Chip Bieber Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Paul Bielicki Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Biffar Matthew G. Biffignani Mr. and Mrs. James M. Biggins Denise Bihr Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Binz Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Biolchini Deb Birk Ms. Rosemary Birner Birthright of Hillsboro, Inc. Ms. Marjorie Biscan Ms. Lorraine Bischof Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bischoff George and Julie Bisig Ms. Janice Bivens Mr. Robert Biver Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bizelli Black Sheep Foundation
Reynolds Blackburn BlackRock Financial Management, Inc. Thomas and Laura Blackwell Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Blaes Mrs. Lillian R. Blandford Mr. Larry R. Blaney Ms. Marietta Blanke Ed and Rosemary Blase Robert and Christine Blattel Scott and Dorothy Blattel Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Bleem Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish Mary Ellen Block Mr. Edward P. Blotevogel Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Blumenkemper Raymond and Carol Bluth Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Bobak Dr. and Mrs. Inocencio Boc Ms. Mary A. Bock Ms. Mary Ann Bockelman Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Boehle Employeeâ€™s Community Fund of the Boeing Company Mrs. Marlene A. Boje Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Bokermann, Sr. Ms. Thelma Bolin Mr. George Bollam Mr. William J. Bollwerk Mr. Marion L. Bomkamp Anthony and Martha Bompezzi Ms. Margaret M. Bongner Nathan and Dana Booher Ms. Geraldine E. Book Ms. Linda K. Book Mr. and Mrs. Cletus P. Bookholtz Sister Mary Jane Bookstaver Brian and Jill Boone Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Borges Douglas and Caroline Borgmann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Borgmeyer Ms. Mary Helen Borgschulte Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Boschert Ms. Madelyne J. Bossung Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Boswell Mr. Andre Bouhasin Mrs. Margaret S. Boveri Ms. Rosemary Bowe Mr. and Mrs. Earnest C. Bowens Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bowman Wayne and Michele Bowman Ms. Mary L. Boyce Tim Boyce
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Brindley Shawn and Jennifer Briner Reverend Don G. Brinkman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Brockhaus Mr. Paul A. Brockland Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Broderick David Brodsky Sandee Broeker Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Brooking, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Brooks Ms. Ladonna M. Brooks Michael and Rachael Brooks Mr. and Mrs. W. John Broscious Mrs. Rebekah Brosky Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Brouk Mr. and Mrs. Anatole R. Browde Christopher and Jennifer Brown Mr. Donald R. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. Brown Mr. John H. Brown John and Pam Brown Ms. Karla D. Brown Mr. Keith Brown Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Brown Mark and Sandy Brown Ms. Michelle K. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Brown
To Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation,
his donation is made in honor of the wonderful staff of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit! The doctors, nurses, etc., – all the staff who cared for our great-niece, Ava Jane Ferris, last March/April were exceptional!!! Our family had never experienced one of our babies being hospitalized and having surgery. Not only did the staff do their jobs of taking care of Ava with skill and compassion, but they went out of their way to include our family in the loop with information. They let us care for Ava (hold, feed and change) whenever they could. Our family tried to stay with Ava night and day — the staff embraced us! We feel like many of the staff became part of our family for a while. All this really helped us cope with what Ava was going through. I am a nurse, and being on the other side of the hospital bed was a new experience for me. I have come away from my experience with (Cardinal Glennon’s Neonatal ICU) staff with more compassion/understanding for my patients’ families and what they are going through while their loved one is hospitalized!
Mr. and Mrs. Roderic M. Brown Ms. Suzanne Brown Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brueckner Mr. Joseph E. Brueggemann Ms. Mary A. Bruemmer Mr. Terry Brumm Mrs. Lucille Brune Reverend Theodore Brunnert Mr. Eugene Brunts Bryan Cave, LLP Mr. JD Bryce Jessica and Bruce Buatte Ms. Sherri Buchanan Mary and Barry Buchek Ms. Ruby L. Buchheit Mrs. Kathleen M. Buchholz Mr. and Mrs. Dan Buck Ms. Stephany Buckley Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Bub Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Buehler Gregory and Monita Buehne Bruce and Susan Buerkle Jean and Ron Buesinger Mr. and Mrs. David P. Buesse Ms. Minette Buhr Mr. Paul A. Buhr Build-a-Bear Workshop Raymond Henry Bulte and Mary Beth Bulte Dr. James L. Bunge Roy and Lorraine Burgdorf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Burian Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. Burkemper Dr. Michael F. Burns Mr. William H. Burton John Busalaki Mary Busby-Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Busch Dr. and Mrs. Donald Buser Darlene Bush Ms. Melanie Buss Ms. Edwina W. Bussmann Mr. James J. Byrne Mr. John F. Byrnes CA, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cable Mrs. Joan A. Cain Mrs. Elizabeth R. Caine Ms. Eileen E. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Tony Caleca Brad Calkins Mrs. Rose Callahan Mrs. Mary E. Callier Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Callison, Sr. Miss Betty E. Calvert Mrs. Pamela A. Cameron Lawrence Campana
Abe and Joanne Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Capps Vicky L. Carbaugh Cardinal Glennon Children’s Guild Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carey Rogie and Gail Carlock Judy Carnaghi Carpenters’ District Council of Greater St. Louis and Vicinity Matt and Ashley Carr Wesley Carr Charles Carrabino Deacon and Mrs. Kevin Carroll Mark Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carron Jason and Andrea Carter Mr. and Mrs. John P. Carter Terry Carter Carl and Kim Casale Cassidy Turley Midwest, Inc. Brandy Cassidy Jennifer Cassidy Chip Casteel Jim and Karen Castellano Joseph Castellano Marie Castiglioni David A. Castro Drs. Juan and Zenaida Castro Kenneth and Patti Catalano Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Catanzaro Mr. and Mrs. James Cathcart Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis Catholic Charities Community Services Mr. and Mrs. Jefferies Caul Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cavaness Lisa Cayse CCVI House of Studies Centene Charitable Foundation Centene Management Company LLC Centric Group Thomas and Sandra Ceriotti Mr. and Mrs. T. Jack Challis Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Chandler Heather H. Chaney Mary Chaney Dr. Rulx Charles Mary Charney Charter Communications Inc. Helen M. Cheek Lucy Cherba Virginia Walters Cherre Paul Cheshire Chester Insurance Agency Chester National Bank Dr. and Mrs. Michael Chicoine
Gifts received from March 1, 2011 to July 30, 2011 • G17
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Ms. Denise L. Boyd Ms. Jacqueline R. Boyd Ms. Mary Ann Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Jule Boyer Mr. Philip D. Boyer Rich Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Boyer Ms. Mary C. Boyne Mr. Michael R. Brabner Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brace Mr. William J. Bradburn Mrs. Peggy J. Braden Ms. Janet M. Bradley Mr. James Bragg Mr. Edward O. Bramman Debby Lynn Brauch Mr. David Braun Frances and Mary Jo Braun Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Braznell Bread of Life Worship Centre Ms. Erma Breihan Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brekrus Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Brennan Ms. M. Bridget Brennan Richard and Catherine Brennan Dr. Robert Brennan, Jr. Tom and Dana Brennan Margaret Brenner Ms. Jill A. Breuer-Westerman
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Roger and Mary Beth Chik Children’s Miracle Network Anne Chilson Elizabeth Chitwood Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Chivetta The Chod Family Foundation David Choden Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Chott Christ the Savior Parish Christ, Prince of Peace Parish Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christanell Mr. and Mrs. John Christensen John Christian James F. Christman Sandra M. Christophel Yvonne Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Tim Chudy Robert and Mary Ciapciak Timothy Cichacki Jeffrey Cindrich Thomas and Louise Cini City of Saint Louis Anthony Cladis Mr. and Mrs. A. Joseph Claes
Alice M. Clancy Beverly F. Clancy Mr. and Mrs. John D. Clark Robert Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Clayton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cleland Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clements Mr. and Mrs. William B. Clifton, Jr. Michael A. Clithero Janis Clodfelter Frances Clukies Ashley Cobb Gregory J. Coerver, Jr. Sara Cogan Honorable Gerald B. Cohn Cheryl Colatruglio John Coleman Mr. and Mrs. John Z. Coleman Ronald Coleman William Larry Coleman Mr. Peter T. Collico, Jr. Michelle Collier Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Collier Mark Collins
hen your first born son is diagnosed with a rare life-threatening illness that has no known treatment plan or leaves no reason for hope, there is SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center to support you. My son, Christopher, was diagnosed with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy with Encephalitis and Central Demyelination on October 22, 2003. I cannot tell you what it is like to watch your child endure test after test after test for over a year and a half and then come up with a diagnosis that leaves you speechless. The staff at Cardinal Glennon has given Christopher and our family much hope, optimism and love since April 2002. His care team took on this unknown illness (at that time) with all the gusto and energy one could muster. They continually look for new ways to bring new hope to what seems at the time to be a hopeless situation. May God bless you for
giving to Cardinal Glennon and helping so many children, like Christopher. Without your support and donations, Christopher’s care team might not have the resources available to adequately tend to his diverse medical needs. MARK & CHRISTY LUCAS
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Collins Reverend John Comer Commerce Bank Commerce Bank NA Computerized Professional Accounting, Inc. Mary Jo Conley Rosemary Conlin Stephen J. Connelly, Sr. Virginia Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Connors Philip R. Conrad Mr. Palmer L. Conran Consolidated School District No. 6 LeAnn Constantine Continental Eqiupment Company, Inc. Lillian G. Contini Paul A. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Cooke Cooper Industries Foundation Christopher R. Cooper Ms. Kathy Cooper Kendra Cooper Mr. and Mrs. William Copenhaver Marian Cornwall Dr. Michael Correale Michael and Marion Corrigan Mr. Gerald W. Cosgriff Mr. and Mrs. David W. Coverstone Covidien Dan Cowden Ms. Marilyn Cox Mr. John W. Cozart Donald W. Cramer Mrs. Mary J. Cravens Carol J. Crawford Douglas K. Creech Thomas J. Creley Jeanne Cremins Steve Crews Adeline Cronin Mary Ellen and John Cronin Doris Cornwell Matthew G. Crowley Mary Csengody Marie Cuddihee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cummins John V. Cuneo Jeremy Cunningham Patrick and Gail Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Curran Joanne H. Curran Anthony Cusumano
Cindy and Bruce Czarnik Kay Czarnik Ann M. D’Agostin Mr. and Mrs. John V. Dahm William and Debora Daiber Daigle Plumbing, Inc. Kathleen C. Dailey Mr. William Dailey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Dalaviras Paul Dalba Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dallavalle Thomas and Deborah Dalton Christopher Daminski Dana Brown Charitable Trust Joan Danback Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Daniels Mr. Geoffrey Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Danker Dana McKitrick, P.C. Dr. Saar Danon Clarence Darnton Mr. and Mrs. James Daubert Joanne David Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Davis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Davis William and Anita Davis Bernard R. Dawkins, Sr. Evelyn Day Thomas Day Deaf Empowerment Awareness Foundation Carolyn R. Dean Mr. Mark Deany Lillian DeBarry Betty DeBord Russilla DeClue William and Sara Dee Tom Deehan Barbara J. Dees H. J. and M. L. deGarcia Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Deghelder Miss Blanche deGreeff Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. DeGuentz Leon and Deann Deimeke John DeLargy Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeMargel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Demling Lois and Leonard DeMoor Edward P. Deniszczuk John W. Denton, Jr. Darius Depa Diane E. Derrington Mr. and Mrs. George Desloge Kathleen M. Desloge Deutsche Bank
William and Marcella Deveikis John L. Deveney Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Devine Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Devlin Mr. and Mrs. Sean Devoy James DeWilde Frances Dickerson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Dickherber Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James M. Didion Mrs. Catherine Dieckhaus Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Diekman Elisabeth M. Diemer Dierbergs Markets, Inc.
ardinal Glennon has been a true blessing, during a difficult time when you feel life is giving you more than
you can handle. They have always made our family feel #1 from the beginning, and still do to this day, almost 3 years later.
Cardinal Glennon is moving in some amazing, positive directions that make us love it even more! MATT & BROOKE SEYMOUR Glennon Ambassador Family
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dierker Gary Dierks Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. DiFani, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dillard Teresa T. Dillard Edward and Celeste Dillion Marlene and David Dipasquale Mr. and Mrs. Arsenio C. Directo Beth E. Dittman Doris E. Ditzler David Dobbs Dustin and Andrea Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. David C. Docter Gene R. Doerr
Joel Doty Barbara A. Dougherty John and Brigitte Dougherty Teresa and Mark Dougherty Draperies by Morton Moel Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dreher Cecilia Droll Bernadine M. Drone Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drury Mr. and Mrs. Roger Drury Mel and Evelyn DuBois Mr. and Mrs. Wayne DuBois Mr. and Mrs. William DuBois John Robert Duchek Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dueker Richard and Sharon Duenwald
Elizabeth Duffy Mr. John Dugan Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Dugan Margaret Dulle Glennon H. Dummerth Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R. Dunker Ms. Eula Durston Marie N. Dwyer Elizabeth L. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dyer E.M. Harris Construction Mr. and Mrs. Brian Eaves Dr. and Mrs. James E. Ebel Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eberle Mr. Allen Echele Kathy Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eckert Carol A. Eddy Gary and Connie Edmiston Melvin Edwards Ron Edwards Margaret Effan Michael Effinger Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eggleston Herbert Ehrhard Ernest and Joan Eichholz Kurt and Amy Eichholz Martin Eidel Donald and Cheri Elder Michael Elder Mr. and Mrs. John Elek Marilyn Elfrink Colin Eliot Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Eller Elsevier Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Elsner Susan Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Emge Elizabeth Engel Mr. and Mrs. Scott Engel Joseph Enright Enterprise Bank and Trust Epic Systems, Inc. James Epley Mr. and Mrs. Max Epplin Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Erard Harriet Erhardt Mary Erker Donald Ernst Ralph Ernst Ervin Marketing Creative Communications, Inc. Mrs. Marie Eschbacher Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Eschbacher Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Eschelbach
David J. Eschmann Gerard and Jane Eschmann Nancy L. Esparza-Lang Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Esswein Thomas and Helen Etling Jill Evans Kimberly and Steven Evans Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Eversgerd Francis J. Eyerman The Fabick Charitable Trust Melissa A. Fabick Friends of Rick Faccin Campaign William L. Fagan Peggy Fagen Matthew Fagin Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Faith Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faller Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fallert Mary Farinella Marty and Tim Farrell Donald R. Fassel Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Fava Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Favier Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fazio Mr. and Mrs. Tony C. Fearday Mr. and Mrs. T. Feeley Thomas Fehrenbacher Sharon Feldewert Mr. and Mrs. David Feldewerth Mr. and Mrs. R. Feldhaus Ms. Patricia A. Feldmann Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ferkel Mr. and Mrs. John Ferlisi Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ferrick, Jr. Heather Ferry Joan W. Fick Debra Fickenwirth Fiduciary Advisors, Inc. Cathie Field Mr. and Mrs. William Fienup Stephen J. Filer Financial Management Partners Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Fine Mary Jane Finke Mr. and Mrs. James Finkenkeller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Finnegan Aydin Finney First Bank, Inc. First National Bank First Trust Advisors Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Fischer Denise Fischer Fiserv Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fishback
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Father Glennon Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dohogne Joan Dolan Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan Victor and Kathleen Domitrz Anne Donaldson Ms. Joan T. Donley Charles E. Donnelly Judith A. Donohue Mr. and Mrs. William P. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Door Eugene A. Dorriere Dorris Intermediate School
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Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Fisher Fisher, Kerkhover and Coffey Law Office Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Fitzgerald Madeleine Fiudo Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fiudo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Flanagan Ann Marie Flannery Brian and Jennifer Flath Fleishman Hillard Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Fleming Mary E. Flesher Fleur De Lis Tiffany Flint Lawrence B. Flowers Norman Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Neil Flynn Stephen and Mary Jean Foege Carol A. Fogarty Rosalie Fogarty Angela Foley Helen Folk Ms. Betty Ford Mr. and Mrs. Brian Ford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Forget, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Forir Father Bruce Forman Monsignor Charles J. Forst Dr. Stephen Forsythe T. Forthman Dolores M. Foster and Richard Foster Bernita Fowler Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fowler Fox Associates, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Fox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Francis Irene Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O. Frank Michael Franke Mr. Fred Franken Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Franklin Dr. Daniel Fraser Desiree N. Frasure Marilyn Frasure Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 139 Scott L. Frazier Michael A. Frederick Janet Fredrick Mr. and Mrs. Tom Freeman Brian Frew Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fricke Kristen Friedel Ms. Sandra Frisella Michael and Vanessa Fritsche Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Fritz
Patricia Frodyma William and Mary Fronmuller Joanne Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. James Fuehne Christine M. Fuist Mr. and Mrs. James M. Fultz Cheryl Funk Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Funke Mary J. Funke Joseph A. Furchak Edward Furey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gabelsberger Emiranda and Pandeli Gace Edna and Peter Gaffney Helen Ann Gagen Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Gaglio Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gainer, Jr. Sue Gaither Miss Frances Galardi Galati’s Ristorante LLC Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Galbierz Mr. and James J. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gallaher Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galli Gallop, Johnson and Neuman, PC Mr. Donnie R. Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galvin Mary Carolyn Gamache Dorothy Gamache Mr. Robert G. Gambrel Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gannon William Gansler Ken and Carol Gapsch Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Garbo Brenda S. Gardner Pat and Linda Garland Mary Garrah-Masters Margaret C. Garwood Thomas R. Gassner Mary Gaston Gateway Combined Federal Campaign Gateway Metals, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Gauthier Miss Jo Ann Gavitt Manuel Gayton Brenda Gebhart Marsia Geldert-Murphey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Geldmacher Genex Financial Tim and Carrie Genovese Craig and Laraine George Patricia George Ann M. Geraty Mr. and Mrs. Edmund H. Gerler Mr. and Mrs. David Gerstenkorn
Allison Getz Mr. and Mrs. Peitro Gianfrancesco Sue and Gary Gianino Laura Gibbs Shannon Gibson Mr. Paul Gieseler Gil Schroeder Sod Sales Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gildehaus Mr. and Mrs. Paul Giljium Joan Gillardi Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gillespie Mary Pat Gilliam Gilster - Mary Lee Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Giovanni Mr. Albert J. Giovannini Girl Scout Troop 3723 John and Melissa Gisi Alma Giuffrida Kathleen D. Gleason Robert and Mary Glenn Elsie Beck Glickert Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gnojewski Christina Godar Ms. Rosemary Godefroid William and Mary Godefroid Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Goede, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Goeke Robert F. Goellner Robert and Geri Goeltz Donald Goerlich Harvey Goertz Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Goessling, Jr. Anthony and Tina Goff
ust a short note to say thank you for all the information I receive from you. It is so wonderful to hear that children are
gaining health because of hospitals like Cardinal Glennon. I have a grandson who is allergic to food and is on a feeding tube, which has helped him to thrive, and enjoy life and looking to a great future. He is treated at a children’s hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. God bless all of you. Love,
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Mrs. Al Gogel Michael P. Goheen Thomas and Karen Golab Mr. and Mrs. Paul Golden Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Goldkamp Erik and Carol Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gonzalez Good Samaritan Regional Health Center Good Shepherd Parish (Hillsboro) Mary E. Goodall Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodhart Bonnie Goodwin Donald and Judith Gore Gertrude Gorham Martin and Joann Gorman Therese M. Gorman Dr. and Mrs. Bryon J. Gorton Francis A. Goswitz Vic and Barb Govro Berneice Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grady Donna C. Graf Dolores Graham Ian and Catherine Graham Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Graham Ms. Barbara E. Gramlich Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Grams Cathi Grantham Joan S. Gray Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gray Mary Ann Gray
ardinal Glennon is a part of our family. When we were told that our 3 month old daughter had a disease process that they saw very rarely and they could not really diagnose, we had never felt so helpless and empty in our lives. Those feelings resolved quickly because the team at Cardinal Glennon never felt that way. They always communicated with my husband and I and we always knew what the plan was. Although those plans had to change many times, they were always trying hard to find the answers they needed to save our child. Through the knowledge, passion and commitment of the doctors and nurses, who we now call family, our daughter is now 12 and we are grateful for every breath.
Miracles happen because people work with God to make them so! That is how we feel about the staff of Cardinal Glennon. THANK YOU! JEFF & TRACEY SWABBY Glennon Ambassador Family
Hallmark Stone Company Acquistion, LLC Mary Alice Halloran Christie Halmick Mr. and Mrs. D. Halski Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Halteman, Jr. Alicia Hamann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Hamilton Ms. Lindsay Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. David Hammerstone Catherine Hammond Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hammond Reverend Raymond A. Hampe Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Hampton Hampton-Midtown Kiwanis Club Mr. and Mrs. David Handel Marcy Handlan Working Spaces, Inc. Lesley K. Hane Marjorie Hankammer Trevor and Alice Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hanson Hardeeâ€™s Food Systems, Inc. Janice E. Harding David Hargis Terry Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harris Jeanne Harris Katherine S. Harris Travis and Stephanie Harris Mary Jean and Tom Hartenbach Judith A. Hartenstein Junita L. Harter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hartman Richard and Susan Hartman Steven and Ellen Hasenbeck Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hasenstab Beth Hasselfeld Mike and Jeanne Hasser
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hastey Tony Hastings David Hatscher Janice Haupt The E. Walter Hausstette Charitable Foundation Katherine Hawkins Mary Ann Hawkins Frederick Hayden Mrs. Anna Marie Hayes Cynthia Hayes Sister Janet M. Hayes Kevin Haynes Joseph Head Dorothy Heagney Mr. John Healy Judith A. Heaman Dr. Susan Heaney Kristina L. Hebel Mary Frances Hebron Reverend Brian Hecktor Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Heffern Joseph A. Hegger Glen and Mary Heggs Michael Heinz and Margaret Heinz Mr. and Mrs. Rick Heitmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Heitz Mrs. Rita Helfrich Alice Helgeson Mary E. Hellebusch Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hellebusch Dr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Hellweg The Helman Family Ms. Catherine Hencken Phillip L. Henderson
James E. Hendry Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Henke Robert Henke Cynthia and Joseph Henken Robert Henning Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Henry Joleene Henson LaVerne E. Henzler Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henzler Mr. and Mrs. John F. Herber, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herberholt, Sr. Mary Elizabeth Herbst Cynthia A. Herder Norbert and Carol Herdler Sharon L. Herkenhoff Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hermandorfer Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hermann Edward Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. John Herrell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herrmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hertenstein Robert C. Hess Joan Hessel Martin and Catherine Heuermann Patricia J. Heutel Ms. Theresa M. Hicks James M. Higgins Phyllis Anne Higgins Robert E. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Roy Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Royce Highlander Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hildebrand Wayne and Mary Hilgeman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hilgenbrink Juanita Hill Kathleen A. Hill
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Mary C. Greco Mr. and Mrs. David Green Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Green Julianne Green M. Christine Green Phyllis A. Green Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Greene Greensfelder, Hemker and Gale, P.C. Ms. Joanne Gregson Frank Grimes Joan Grimes Mike Grisham Irene Grither Ms. Sharon E. Groark Wilbur Groeblinghoff Michael and Robin Groene Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gronemeyer Cathy Gross Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Gross Robert H. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grossmann Jane E. Grote Michelle M. Groves Denise A. Gruchala Mr. and Mrs. Clark E. Grumke Robert C. Grundel Ronald J. Gruska Marie Grzesiowski Margaret G. Gualdoni Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Guehlstorf Ms. Mary Guehne Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Guethle Agnes Guhman Cathy Gulash Jeffrey Gundlach Patrick and Ann Gunn Susan Guss H & R Block Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haack Dolores M. Hacker Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hade Rena M. Haefer Geraldine Haefner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hagedorn Frances Hagen John and Elizabeth Hagene Mr. Denis Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Hahne Mary A. Haider Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Halfmann D. J. Hall Jerry G. Hall Preston Hall Reverend John Hallemann William and Betty Halliday Foundation
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ur son was diagnosed with cancer only three weeks after he was born. To have just given birth to Isaac and then to hear that he had cancer was devastating. As doctors sat down to speak with us, they were very clear about our options and what was to come in language we could understand. They always made sure all our questions were answered and didn’t rush us when we had more. We were encouraged to get a second opinion and did so. The other doctors’ replies? They would implement the same treatment regimen as Cardinal Glennon and stated that Cardinal Glennon is an amazing hospital! Their first priority was our son. Their second? Our entire family. The Costas Center was our second home and the doctors and staff were our extended family. Not only did they provide
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Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Hill Christina S. Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hillmeyer Dr. Veronica M. Hilyard Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Hinderer, III Vicky Hinsenbrock June M. Hirlinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hirner Imogene Hobelman Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Hodits Mr. and Mrs. John Hoelscher Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoemeke Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hof Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoff Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hoff Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hoffman Mary Jane Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hoffman Cathy Hogan Dr. Patrick C. Hogan Frank Hogg Mary C. Hohenberger Madelon M. Hohm Susan Hohman Mary E. Hohn Angela Holbrook Thomas Holbrook Holcim (US) Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Holdmeyer Craig and Lori Hollamon John Stanton Holland Mr. and Mrs. Ted and Julie Holland Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hollaway
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Mildred M. Hollowood Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Holmes, Jr. Nancy Holmes Sharon Holt Vera Holtmeier Vicky Holway Holy Name of Jesus Parish Holy Redeemer School Student Council Holy Rosary Parish (Warrenton) Holy Trinity Parish Sister Leah M. Holzum Sarah M. Hopf Monica Hopkins Patrick Horine Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hornung Steven Hornung Horseless Carriage Club of Missouri Mr. and Mrs. James R. Horst Kimberly Horstmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hosenfelt Carolyn T. House Mr. Jeff Houston Dennis Howard and the Warrenton Masonic Lodge 609 James P. Howard Janet Howard Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Howell Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Howenstein Theresa Howley Ann Hubel Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Huber Monica F. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Huber Ms. Cleo Hubert Peggie Hudson
our son with the best courses of treatment, they also cared for the rest of our family’s wellbeing. Needless to say, when Isaac was given the all clear we were ecstatic. At the same time we also felt a sense of loss. After going through our child’s journey with cancer, it’s hard not to have our oncologist there reassuring us along the way. A trust has been built that will not wither. We are so appreciative of the care Isaac received. We will be
forever grateful to the entire staff at Cardinal Glennon! DAVID & LISA WARGO Glennon Ambassador Family
Joel Huelsmann Katherine Huffman Tim Hufker Kent and Peggy Hufty Chris Hugge Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Hughes Sean Hule Nancy Rose Hukill Michael and Sue Humphrey Michael Hund Huneke Realty Company Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hunker Mary Hunn Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hunsel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hurtgen Husch Blackwell Sanders, LLP Julie Huthsing Billy Huynh IBM International Foundation Cari Iken Laura and Scott Ilgenfritz Barb and John Ilges Illinois Excavators, Inc. Immacolata Parish Immanuel Lutheran Church Incarnate Word Academy Incarnate Word Academy Booster Club Incarnate Word Parish Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Intagliata Allen Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Isaak Janice Isenhour Richard Isom Donald and Nancy Ivancic J M Jourdan, LLC J.W. Terrill Dennis Jacknewitz Jackson County Farm Bureau Jackson National Life Insurance Company David Jackson Mr. James M. Jacobi John M. Jacobi Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Jacobsmeyer Ashish and Sunia Jain David James Dr. Parisa Jamshidi Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Janku Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jansen Marian Jansen Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Jansen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Jaskiewicz JDF Auto Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Jeffcoat Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jellinek Brian and Christina Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Dave A. Jenkins Jason and April Jensen Mrs. Mary Anne Jerabek JHB Properties Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jinkerson JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Joeckel John Hancock Life Insurance Company Alice M. Johnson David and Vicki Johnson
Philip K. Kempland Mr. and Mrs. H. Juett Kendrick Sonya Jo Kendrick Janice G. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kenney Emily Kenney Ms. Winnie Kenney Mr. and Mrs. David Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Kenny Kenton Group, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Terrence B. Keran Kerber, Eck & Braeckel, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kerber Paul E. Kerkemeyer Mrs. Jeannie Kerlick Mark A. Kern Dolores Kertz Joan M. Kertz Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kessler Mr. and Mrs. James Kesting Louis A. Kettenbach Lillian M. Keupper Ann J. Key Tadas Kicielinski Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kick Mr. and Mrs. Troy J. Kiefer Mrs. Grace E. Keiffer Kienstra Enterprises, Inc. Theodore A. Kienstra Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kilbreath Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Kilcullin Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kiley Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kilfoy Jack and Laura Killoren Mr. and Mrs. Robet L. Kimmel Tom and Jane Kinder Leonard J. Kinealy Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert King, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David M. King Joan King Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. King Steven B. King Barbara Kinderman Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Kinnison Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Kirchoff Susan Kirchoff Mr. Kevin Kirts Thomas Kissel Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Kistner Mike and Kelly Kittinger Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kiwala Kiwanis Dolores Klaesner Virginia M. Klamon Klaris, Thomson & Schroeder, Inc. Mary Margaret Kleba Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Klein
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klein Mark and Sharon Klein Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Klein Cathy D. Kleinschmidt Helen Klenklen Mr. James Kline Ms. Wilma Kline Mr. and Mrs. Russell Klingel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Klingert Greg and April Klobe Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kloster Deaon and Mrs. Linus Klostermann Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Klostermann Mr. and Mrs. Rick D. Klotz Ms. Celeste M. Kloud Margaret Kluge Robert L. Klump Mary Ann Knapstein David Knickmeyer Knights of Columbus Assembly 1934 Knights of Columbus Auxiliary Desmet Council 742 Knights of Columbus Columbian Charities of Missouri, Inc. Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Mary Queen of Heaven Assembly Knights of Columbus Council 12323 Knights of Columbus Council 2869 Knights of Columbus Council 800 Knights of Columbus Council 3789 Knights of Columbus DuBois Knights of Columbus Herrin Council 2164 Knights of Columbus Illinois State Council Knights of Columbus Olney Council 1352 St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus Council 3790 Jane Knobbe Joyce Knobbe Michael and Amy Knobbe Joan Knox Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Koch Emma Kochan Mr. and Mrs. John C. Koebbe Mr. and Mrs. James Koeger Pat Koehn Fred and Deborah Koenen John and Karen Koeper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Koester Koffel Medical Supply Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Kohl Mr. Stephen Kohl Gertrude E. Kohring Patricia A. Koke Dorothy Koken Marc Kolaks
Robert A. Koors Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Kopac Dr. Tibor Kopjas Rosemary E. Korbecki Diane Korn Arthur J. Korte Mrs. Bernice Korte Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kothe Pamela Kozemczak Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Kraenzle Mrs. Virginia Kraichely Jeffrey M. Kratky Mike and Kristi Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Craig Krausz Mr. and Mrs. Steven Krekeler John M. Krekovich, Jr. Ruth Kresko Virginia I. Kreuzer Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Krevis Father Howard Krick Virginia Krieger Edward and Jennifer Krings Wilma Krisay Thomas J. Kroupa, III Mr. and Mrs. Francis Krueger Stephen Krueger Richard Krull Dr. and Mrs. William Krumrey Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Krupski Marion Kubasch Mr. Charles Kubik and Miss Mary Jane Kubik Ms. Dolores Kuhlman Donald Kukla and Maria Kukla Christopher Kult Denise H. Kung, MD Mr. and Mrs. Arden J. Kurtz Kathleen Kushins The Kustra Family Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Kutz Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kwarta KWD Kustoms Dr. Jerome L’Ecuyer Marguerite P. LaBarbera Laborers Local 196 Gail C. Labruyere Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore LaFerla Karen LaFever Lois Jane Laffey Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lally Thomas Lally Anne Marie LaMartina Kenneth A. Lambrechts Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lamers Edwin Lammers Bill and Alice Lampe Art and Elizabeth Lampitt Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Landes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Landis Mary Ann Landolt
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Ms. Erlean Johnson JoAnn C. Johnson Steve Johnson Sue Johnson James and Carol Johnston Jim Joly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Jones Mary Caye Jones The Jordan Charitable Foundation Mr. Edward Jordan Teresa Jorgen Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Jose Robert and Beverly Joseph Vic and Mary Jost Elizabeth Jostes Jeanne M. Jourdan Mr. and Mrs. A. Richard Judd Margaret Judge Steven Judge Mr. and Mrs. Louis Juranas Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Justin Kristin J. Kaburakis Irene Kaffenberger Kathleen Kaiman Kaiser Electric, Inc. Elizabeth J. Kamler Judith Kampwerth Russell and Helen Kansteiner Debra Karpen Ms. Virginia Karwoski Kaskaskia Engineering Group LLC Thomas P. Kasper Darlene Kassen Michael Kast Ashley Katcher Dave Katz Ginger Katz David and Diane Kauffman Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Kaufman LaVon Kayser Mr. and Mrs. Garland D. Keck Robert D. Keeler Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Keeley Ms. Mary Keen Victoria Keener Mary Loraine Kehoe Mr. and Mrs. Brian Keister Michael and Patricia Kelemen Agnes O. Kelly Ms. Cecilia Kelly Marion and Charles (Pat) Kelly Elizabeth Kelly Joyce Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kelly Michael J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Kelly Paul and Bernice Kemner Marie Kempf
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Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius T. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Lane, Jr. Irene Lane Ms. Joan Laneman Eleanor Laney Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lang Christopher Lang Michael Lang Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Langan Anita M. Lange Kraig Lange Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Lanier Mrs. Bertha Lappas Jim Laramie Jacqueline LaRosa Mr. and Mrs. Dale Larsen Ms. Patricia Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Walter Laschober Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Latham Sam and Melva Latragna Albert and Rosemary Lauber Gary J. Lauber Dr. Joseph J. Lauber Carrol Lauer Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lauer Judith A. Lauer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Laug Mrs. Mary K. Laurent Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lause Gregory LaVigne Madonna Laws Russell Lawson Ms. Patti Lay Dr. Leland Laycob J. G. Layton Joseph Layton Michael and Angela Leadford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lebrun Ms. Kara Lechien Mrs. Mary Ann Lee Keva Lee James and Tina Leiber Father Robert Leibrecht Ms. Joanne Leightner Joyce Leisler Elisabeth A. LeMatty Lemay Concrete Block Company Jean Lemonds Joseph P. Lentine Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Lenzi Tina M. Leonard James and Carol Leonhard Greg Lepper
Lillian Leps Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Leritz Charles A. Lesch Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lester Daniel Lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lewandowski Nancy Lewandowski Angela Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Liebman Bryan Lind Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lindner Amanda Linton-Evans Lions Club of Webster Groves Joseph and Joan Lipic Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Lipinsky John and Joan Lipski Lisa’s Bar and Grill Mrs. Cynthia Littlefield Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Littleton Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liuzza Jeremy Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lober Mr. and Mrs. John Lochner, Jr. Paul Lochner Paul and Janice Loewenstein Ms. Janice Long Diane Longinette Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Longtin Mr. and Mrs. James W. Looney Anthony P. Lorenz Mr. Arthur Lottes, Jr. Pamela Love Madonna Lowell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loyet LPL Financial Gloria Luber Mr. and Mrs. John P. Luby, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Lucchesi, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Luebbert LaVerne Luisetti Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lumia Taylor and Kathleen Lumsden Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundergan Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Luth James and Mary Ann Luther John N. Lynn Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lyons Pat and Lynn Lyons M & M Sourcing, Inc. Mr. Franklyn Macaron Ms. Shirley Jean Macaron Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. MacAuley Robert and Karen MacDonald
Jean Mace Mr. and Mrs. Derrill Machens Robert J. Macher Anna Marie Mackey Macy’s Colleen M. Madden Robert and Lynetta Madigan Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Madras James C. Maender William J. Maender Ms. Margaret Mahn Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malinak Brenda Mallory Ruth Mallory Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mallott Keith and Kathryn Maloney Jacklyn M. Malt Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Manfrede Mr. and Mrs. Herman G. Mangold Rose Mani Katherine Manor Mr. and Mrs. John G. Mantia Ryann C. Mantovani Roger Marcinkowski Ann Mardis Mr. Ronald W. Maret The Marian Foundation Ms. Mildred Marietta Anthony J. Marino Carl Marker
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marnati Mr. and Mrs. Glen Marquart Jennifer Marquart Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Marrs Reverend James C. Marshall Bryan Martin Ms. Cindy S. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Martin Andrea B. Martin-Phillips Mary, Queen of Peace Parish Kathleen and Jerome Maryniak Jeremy Massa MasterCard Foundation MasterCard Worldwide Mr. and Mrs. David C. Masterson Donna J. Masterson Ms. Blanca Mata Mathis Properties, Inc. James and Kimberly Mathis Mr. Oliver Matlock Clifford and Maureen Matson The Mattera Family Michael Matteson Elmer and Martha Matthes Mattresses Wholesale, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Maune Alene May Eleanor E. May Jamie May
hank you for the letter about the
two babies with spina bifida. I am so happy to hear their operation was
performed. Now let us all hope and pray these babies, when born, will be alright. I knew a lady about 30 years ago who had a change-of-life baby, and he was born with this. The last I heard, he was doing very well, even went to college, rides a motor scooter and has his own living quarter by his parents. My best wishes to both families, and I hope and pray all goes well for the babies and their families. Sincerely,
SHIRLEY L. G24 • Glennon Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McNulty Michelle McNutt Maura B. McShane Melanie L. McVay Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McVey James and Lynn Mealey Janice and James Mealey Mike and Monica Meara Mr. and Mrs. Luke L. Meatte, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Meckfessel Ela and Candice Mehmetli Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meier Margaret M. Meiners William Meirink Mr. and Mrs. William F. Meldrum
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Mestres Stan and Susan Methany Metro Materials, Inc. Metropolitan St. Patrick’s Day Parade Jessie Metter Richard Metz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Meyer Charles E. Meyer Eric Meyer Hubert P. Meyer James F. Meyer Julie A. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Meyer Leo Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Miller Mr. and Mrs. E. Brian Miller Jennifer and Eric Miller Joseph Miller Mr. and Mrs. K. Miller Melinda M. Miller Patrick D. Miller DMD Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller Shirley Milligan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miloscia Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Minellono Mr. and Mrs. Allen G. Minks Bradley Minton
wenty seven years ago we realized that miracles were taking place every day on Grand Avenue at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center as we watched doctors, nurses and staff treat
every child with tenderness and superb medical care day-after-day after day. Their energy and optimism surrounded the hospital and you knew that your child was not only receiving the best medicine had to offer but also was loved by every person that treated them. Their exceptional care for both the
patient and parents followed us all these years and supports us today as we work to raise awareness of and financial support for this unique Medical Center. BILL & CONNIE MCDERMOTT Glennon Ambassador Family
Robin Menard-Netemeyer Travel Connection David C. Menne, Jr. Merck Partnership for Giving Ms. Rene Meriwether Laure Merli Merrill Lynch Reverend Norbert Mersinger Ann and Mark Mersmann Mr. and Mrs. Glennon E. Mertens Catherine Messmer Mr. and Mrs. Louis Messmer
Monsignor Louis F. Meyer Philip Meyer Robet J. Meyer Sara A. Meyer Mary Ann Meyerhoff Kenneth Meyers Francis Micallef Miss Lillian Miceli Charlie Michele Mary Michele Mid-America Transplant Services Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Middendorf Carl Middleman Denise Mikesch Dorothy Mikesch
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Missey Missouri State Employees Charitable Campaign Missouri Valley Conference, Inc. Elaine E. Mitchell Gerald L. Mitchell Kathleen A. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Mitulski Melissa Mobley Matthew Modica Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mohan Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mohrmann Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Molitor Joseph and Celestine Moll
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Joanne May Ms. Dorothy Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Mayer Ms. Dianne Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Mayse Laura Mazzarese John G. Mazzola Mack McAninch Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. McAteer Mr. and Mrs. John F. McAteer Pete and Dena McCaffrey Margaret W. McCalpin Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCarthy Mr. James McCarthy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. McCarthy Joseph McCarthy Mary Ann McCarthy Merritt McCarthy Nadine McCarthy Patrick J. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. August McCleery Dawn Y.M. McClellan Richard McCloud Donald and Elaine McClure Stephen McConnell and Sara Stock Judith McCormack Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCoy Mr. Russsel McCutchen Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDermott Charles McDoniel Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McDonough Kelly and Susan McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. David McElwee Ms. Jeanne McEwan Henry and Marlene McFarland Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas McGhee Patrick McGinnis Sister M. Noreen McGowan, FSM Rosa A. McGowan Warren D. McGowan Dennis McGrath Mary L. McGrath Staci McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. McGuiness Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McGuire Mary McGuire Vernee McGuire Donald McKay Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. McKee Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. McKinnis Mr. James J. McLaughlin, Jr. Mary McLennan Thomas J. McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McMillin Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNamara
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GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Moll Mr. and Mrs. James L. Monahan Mary J. Mondello Moneta Group, Inc. James E. Monken Gil Monnig Barbara Monroe William Monte Mr. and Mrs. Roger Montgomery Monsanto Fund Celena Adele Monticelli Mr. and Mrs. James Moore Preston Moore Stacie Moore Dr. Terry Moore Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moosmann Hortense R. Morgan Ms. Janice Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Morgenthaler Mr. and Mrs. Steven Moro Dr. and Mrs. Mark V. Morrell Darryl Morris Dunard and Donna Morris Mr. and Mrs. James Morris Mr. and Mrs. John P. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Morrris Mike Morris Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Morris Lawrence Morrison Karen Moske Mr. and Mrs. John Mosman Most Sacred Heart Parish (Eureka) Mark Mower Marie S. Mowry James and Sandi Moy Leah Muckensturm Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Mudd Michael Mudd Michael L. Mudd Mr. Philip A. Muehlheausler Edward Mueller Mr. and Mrs. George J. Mueller James and Ann Mueller Jeanette M. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mueller Raymond and Joyce Mueller Stephen Mueller Edith E. Mueth Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mueth Mr. and Mrs. L. Michael Mullen Janet A. Mundloch Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murabito Armarie Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James W. Murphy
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ardinal Glennon will always be a special place to our family. The doctors, nurses and staff all worked
together to provide not only a place of healing for our critically ill daughter, but a place where we felt respected, cared for and loved during her 3 month hospital stay.
Thanks to everyone at Cardinal Glennon, she is a healthy, strong young woman ready to take on the world! PAUL & JESSICA GOEKE Glennon Ambassador Family
Jean Murphy Patrick Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Murphy Russell W. Murphy Thomas and Erin Murphy Darlene Murray Ed Murray Joseph and Paige Murray Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Murray Cora Musial Ms. Vivian Mussatto Alice Mutabazi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Muth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naber Herman H. Naeger Louis Naeger Dorothy J. Naes Mr. and Mrs. Steven Nahlik Mr. J. R. Najbar Bob Nandor Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Nations Len and Jean Naumovich Darcy Nayler Amy Nazzoli Jemma Neary
Jacqueline Neeley Gordon and Mary Ellen Neilson Dave Neiters William and Carol Nejelski C. Anthony Nelson Carl Nelson Steve Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Neralich Mr. and Mrs. John Nero and Family Patrick A. Nero Audrey C. Nessing Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Nestor Richard and Deborah Nett Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Nettler Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Neuner, Jr. Gertrude Newman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Newton Francis W. Nichols Terrence M. Nicholson Bernadette E. Niemann Jack and Tina Niemann Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Noah Scott Noble Mr. and Mrs. John M. Noce Cyril C. Noelke Matthew S. Nolan Richard G. Nolan
Margaret F. Nolte Paul and Mary Nord Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Normansell Northwest R-1 School District Ruth Ann Norton Paula E. Norwood Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Nowak Luanne V. Nowak Nu Way Wentzville, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nugent Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nusrala Lois Nussell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Obermeyer Bradley and Janet Obert Conan and Liza O’Brien Charitable Fund Bob and Casey O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Martin O’Brien Rose E. O’Brien Jennifer Ochoa Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ochs Eleanora O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. John J. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. William O’Connor Michael J. Odea Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Odorizzi Judy and Roger Oechsner John Oefelein James Oelklaus Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Oestereich Mr. John W. O’Fallon Mr. and Mrs. William Offermann Reverend Raymond J. Oge Mr. and Mrs. Barry O’Keeffe John L. Oldani John F. O’Leary Cindy Oleshek Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olley Ralph Olliges Mr. and Mrs. K. Michael Olson Mr. and Mrs. James O’Malley, III Marianne A. O’Malley Steve, Jorie, Jack and Pete O’Malley Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Onder Cheryl O’Neal Kevin M. O’Reilly April Orf Gerald Ortbals Larry Ortbals Tana and Mike Ortinau Mr. and Mrs. John Ortwerth Anne M. Osdieck
Sister Mary Phyllis, O.S.F. James M. Piasecki Mr. and Mrs. John F. Pickering Alan R. Pickup Mrs. Marvin Picou Mr. and Mrs. John V. Piel Reverend Theodore Pieper Scott Pierce Dolores Pilla Mike Pilla Jordan Ping Mrs. Julianne Pinter Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Piontek Lucille Piontek Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Piskulic Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pisoni Judith Pitlyk Steven Pizzolato Mary Plambeck Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church - Girls in Action and Royal Ambassadors Jonathan and Jennifer Plessner Kenneth E. Plumb Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Plunkert Bo Plurad Patricia A. Poehling Jean M. Poindexter Mark Politowski Frank J. Pollnow, Jr. Cecilia Pollo Mark Pollock Ms. Laverne Ponce Joan M. Ponder Ed Poniewaz Ms. Luisa Pope Mr. and Mrs. Linus Portman Mike Postal The Herman T. and Phenie R. Pott Foundation Kathleen M. Potts Jay and Susan Powell Miss Adelaide Powers Mr. and Mrs. John K. Powers Grace M. Poynter Ms. Rosemary Pozzini Mary F. Pracht PracticeMatch Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pratt Kelly Pratt Kathy Price
Robert Price Mr. and Mrs. James R. Prindiville, Sr. John and Diane Prinster Mary Prinster Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Prives Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Probst Progress Rail Services Corporation Alice Provaznik Jeanette Provaznik Przada Appraisal Services Maria Przada Ron W. Przybylinski Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Przyzycki Kostantinos Psihramis Steve Puljak Brian Pullin Dr. and Mrs. Henry Purcell Steve Purgahan Roger and Mindy Pyszkowski Conrad Pytel Patricia J. Quarando Quest Diagnostics Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. John D. Quinn John and Diane Rabenau Joseph P. Racher, Sr. Miss Margaret Racz Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Radomski Mr. Brian Rakers Ralcorp Holdings, Inc. Ray Raley Tim Lonergan and Hayley Rammacher Kelly Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Raney Daniel A. Raniere Ranken Jordan Home for Convalescent Crippled Children Brian Rasch Mrs. Lois Rasch James B. Rascher James W. Rataj Mary Ann and Kenneth Rathert Marilyn Ratkin Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Raymo Ermeline Reagan Mr. John W. Rebman Leo W. Rechtien Danielle Redecker Angela L. Redeker John and Karen Reed Tom Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Reed Frank J. Reedy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Reese Regions Bank Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rehagen James Rehagen Paul and Jeanette Rehkemper Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rehor Mrs. Helen Reichert Paul Reid Donald and Delores Reifschneider Reverend F. Joseph Reilly Michael Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Allan Reinhardt Carol J. Reinhardt Jane J. Reininger Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Reinlein Mrs. Dolores Reis Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reiss Jane Reitmeyer Kevin Rejent Dale and Kay Reller Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reller Dwaine and Jane Rembusch Betty Renaud Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Renaud Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Resh Resurrection of Our Lord Parish Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Reznikov Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Rheinheimer Bishop Edward M. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Richard Mr. Ardies Richardson Ken and Ruth Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richie Joseph J. Richiusa Colleen Richmond JoAnn Rickelmann Rickhoff and Associates, Ltd. Louise Ridley Melvin and Elvenia Riebold Clint Riechman Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riechman Mark and Kelly Riefer Ms. Delores Riegel Matt Rieser John and Maureen Riffle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley Richard H. Riley Tom and Arlene Rimert Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Ringkamp
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Father John O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Oster Victor and Mary Lou Ottenlips Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ottoline Our Lady of Lourdes Parish (Washington) Our Lady of the Holy Cross Parish Our Lady of the Pillar Parish Our Lady of the Presentation Parish Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Our Lady Parish (Festus) Our Lady, Queen of Peace Parish Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Overberg Jeniffer Owens Kim Pacatte Packaging Concepts, Inc. Barbara Paffrath Pagano Land Development, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Mark Palardy Mariano J. Palermo Trude Palma Mr. Andrew E. Palombo Barrie Pannett, CPA. P.C. Mr. Sean Parada Patricia A. Paradise Mrs. Catherine Parent Barbara Parker Becky Parrish Michael and Kathleen Parvis Cumming and Cleda Paton Gloris Patton Patricia Patton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip V. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Jude A. Pauli Peabody Energy Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Pecher Kathryn S. Peck Dale Pelchman Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G. Pereira Michael R. Perez Mrs. Matilde Perez-Porrata Holly Perkins Ms. Frances Perricone Ms. Patricia Peterein Mary Lou Peters Mary A. Peterson Sam Peterson Bernalee Petzold Dorothy Petzold Marian R. Pfeiffer Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Pfile Pfizer United Way Campaign Barbara Phelps Sarah R. Philipp Mr. and Mrs. John O. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillips
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Ringwald Mr. and Mrs. James F. Riordan Mr. and Mrs. Rexford E. Riordan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Ripplinger Mrs. Mary Ritchhart Marsha Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ritter River City Auto Center LLC Lorenzo and Dawn Rizzi RLI Mary Roach Mary V. Roach Monica Robart Jamie Beauchamp and Charlie Robben Mr. and Mrs. Mark Robertson Mr. and Mrs. John Robichaud Rebecca Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Robinson Michael Robison Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roche Glennon Roderfeld Boyle Rodes, III Reverend Robert Roedig Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Roeseler Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roettger Roger’s Redi-Mix, Inc. Brian D. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Rohan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rohatsch Clara Rohleder Cindy Rohr
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Roither Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rolf Missy Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rollo Mr. and Mrs. Romay Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Rose Mr. William A. Rose Mr. and Mrs. John Rosemann Dr. Jerry L. Rosenblum Ms. Dorothy Rosenfelder Dee Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Roser Mr. and Mrs. Darryl A. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross Tobias E. Ross Paul Rotermund Philip Roth Ms. Dorothy M. Rothery Mr. and Mrs. John Roth-Roffy Mrs. Mary Rothschild Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rottler Rozier’s Country Market Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Rubery Kathy and Mark Rubin Mildred Rudanovich David L. Ruecker Carol Ruelas Robert and Tina Ruh H. B. Russell Truck Service, Inc. Mr. Robert S. Russel Mr. and Mrs. James W. Russell Mr. Kerry Russell
his was quite an accomplishment for the doctors who performed this surgical procedure. We hope and pray the rest
of the time goes well. The first time I read of this type of surgery being done, I was so SURPRISED!!! What a wonderful gift they have given to the child. Congratulations to the doctors. Herman & Ethel Mangold
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Mr. and Mrs. William E. Russell A. G. Russo Arch F. Rutherfurd Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Ruzicka Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ryan Mrs. Florence M. Ryan Gary Ryan Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ryan Kathy Ryan Kevin M. Ryan Patrick J. Ryan Robert G. Ryan Jennifer Sabo Orville J. Sachs Sacred Heart Parish (Crystal City) Sacred Heart Parish (Elsberry) Sacred Heart Parish (Ozora) Sacred Heart Parish (Troy) Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Saeger Saint Agnes Parish (Bloomsdale) Saint Alban Roe Parish Saint Alphonsus Liguori Parish (Rock) Saint Alphonsus Parish (Millwood) Saint Andrew Kim Parish Saint Andrew Parish Saint Angela Merici Parish Saint Anselm Parish Saint Anthony of Padua Parish (Saint Louis) Saint Anthony Parish (Sullivan) Saint Augustine Parish Saint Catherine of Alexandria Parish (Coffman) Saint Cecilia Parish Saint Charles Borromeo Parish St. Charles County Paramedic Association Community Outreach Saint Clement of Rome Parish Saint Cletus School Student Council Saint Cletus Parish (Saint Charles) Saint Dominic Savio Parish Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish (Saint Charles) Saint Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist Parish Saint Ferdinand Parish Saint Francis of Assisi Parish (Oakville) Saint Francis Xavier Church (College) Saint Gabriel the Archangel Parish Saint George Parish Saint Gianna Parish Saint Ignatius Parish Saint James Mission (Crosstown)
Saint John Bosco Parish Saint John the Baptist Parish Saint John’s Gildenhaus Parish Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist Parish Saint Joseph Mission (Highland) Saint Joseph Parish (Apple Creek) Saint Joseph Parish (Clayton) Saint Joseph Parish (Cottleville) Saint Joseph Parish (Manchester) Saint Joseph Parish- Neier Saint Joseph Parish (Zell) Saint Jude Parish Saint Justin the Martyr Parish Saint Lawrence the Martyr Parish Saint Louis Byzantine (Ruthenian) Church Saint Louis County Treasurer Saint Louis Daily Deal, LLC Saint Louis Rams Saint Louis Society for the Physically Disabled Saint Martin of Tours Parish St. Mary Church Vacation Bible School Saint Mary Parish (Hawk Point) Saint Matthias Parish Saint Maurus Parish Saint Patrick Parish (Wentzville) Saint Paul Parish (Berger) Saint Paul Parish (Saint Paul) Saint Peter Parish (Kirkwood) Saint Richard Parish Saint Rose of Lima Parish (Silver Lake) Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne Parish Saint Sabina Parish Saint Simon the Apostle Parish Saint Theodore Parish (Flint Hill) Saint Vincent de Paul Parish Saint Vincent de Paul Parish (Perryville) Saints Joachim and Ann Parish Susan Sales Michelle Salois Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sanders James and Mellanie Sandfort Annette Sandheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Sandler Norma Sandrock Sansone Law, LLC Ruth and Joe Sansone Peter A. Sansone Lorraine Sansoucie Mr. Willis Sansoucie
ou go to a pediatric hospital, plain and simple, to ask them to care for your "baby." That is what you are
expecting. That’s what your child deserves. You are positively focused and maniacal about that singular point. What you are not prepared for, when you enter Cardinal Glennon, is how the people will envelope you
child. If I live to be one hundred, I won’t meet people who more accurately and lovingly reflect Christ.
WE ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL. DEACON TOM MULVIHILL Glennon Ambassador Family
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Santana Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Santino James Saracento John R. Sares Fred Sauer Jeanette C. Sauerbrunn Phillip G. Saunders Richard and Julie Saville Mike Sawicki Nicholas K. Scalfano Joseph Scanlon, Sr. Ms. Margaret A. Schaefer Mr. H. R. Schaefler Dan Schelich Mr. Melvyn Schelich Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Schenk, Jr. Larry Schenone Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Schepers Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Schermann Mary Schermesser Janet Scheve
Ms. Rita Scheve Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Schiavo Peter Schick and Maria Schick Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schilli Tim and Allison Schilling Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Schilly Terry M. Schimweg Ms. Pat Schlitt Mary Schmedeke Mr. and Mrs. David Schmidt Dr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Schmidt, III Reverend Henry C. Schmidt Dana and Vincent Schmidt Walter Schmieder Audrey Schmitt Joan L. Schmitt Dr. Richard Schmitt Mary Schneeberger Mr. Nicholas Schneider Peggy Schneider Robert J. Schneider John Schneier Jacqueline Schneidman
Sandra L. Sewester John and Theresa Sextro Linda Shadley S. Shafer Excavating, Inc. Peggy Ann Shamleffer Stephen J. Shane Mr. and Mrs. John L. Shanley Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sharamitaro Theodore W. Shasserre Rosemary and Joseph Shaughnessy John Shaw Bridget Shea Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Shea Michael J. Sheahan Geneva Shearburn Mr. and Mrs. James Sheerin James A. Sheets Mike Shehan Ms. Pamela Shephard Mary Sheridan Al Shiffert Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Shipley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shipp Mr. and Mrs. John Shockley Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Shortt Shrine of Saint Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Sieckhaus Mimi Signor Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Silistria Mr. and Mrs. Greg Silver Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simila Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simitjis Judy Simokaitis Tony and Mary Simon Loretta C. Simon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simonson Mr. Albert Simpkins Bradley and Sara Simplot Patricia Walsh Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Singleton Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sinner Katherine Sinnott David Sipp Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Sipp Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet Jack Skilling Mae Olivastro Skubiz Julia A. Slattery Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Slattery Mr. and Mrs. Gary Slay Donna L. Slenker Ms. Dimple Smick Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Smith Cory Smith Joan F. Smith Josephine Smith Kenneth Smith
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and care for YOU, in addition to your
Ms. Betty A. Schnorbus Ms. Marilyn Schnur William Schnurbusch Catherine M. Schodrowski James J. Schoemehl Lorraine M. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schoenhard Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Schomaker Marion Schonhoff Edward Schott Anna C. Schrage Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Schramm Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Schrodt Diana and Paul Schroeder Kevin M. Schroeder Mary B. Schroeder Joseph and Rose Mary Schubert Robert and Nancy Schukai Mr. and Mrs. Terry F. Schuler Albert and Gretchen Schulte Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schulte Vivian G. Schulte Jay and Mary Schultenrich Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schultz Jennifer Schultze Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulz Robert and Kathleen Schumert The Schuppan Family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Schurmann Carol and Phil Schwab Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz Mike and Janet Schwartz Walter and Rosemary Schwartz Bryan Schwarz Mr. Albert Schweitzer, Jr. Kathleen A. Schwent Margaret Schylling Laura Scobee Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Scoggins Mr. and Mrs. James P. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Scott Patricia R. Scott Neil L. Scully P. Seeling Mr. and Mrs. S. Thomas Sehy Agnes Seidel Bethanie Seiglar Virginia Seigler Karen Seiler Frederick and June Seiller Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Seise Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sepe
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Kim Smith Kimberly and Gilbert Shannon Smith Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Smith Matthew Smith Robert A. Smith Robert V. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Smith Stephen and Catherine Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snider Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Snodgrass Bryan Snyder Peggy Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Sobbe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Soderlund Mr. and Mrs. Allen Soffer Solutia Inc. Monsignor Jerome O. Sommer Mr. and Mrs. David L. Sonderen Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Sorgea, Jr. Paul and Victoria Sorrells Ms. Mary Soto Naomi Soule Mr. and Mrs. Scott Southard Southern Illinois Eyecare, P.C. Thomas A. Spada Donald J. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Sparks Richard and Jill Specter Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Spencer Mary Ellen Spencer Mary Ann Speno Kenneth Spieckerman Mary Spillane Ed Spinaio Donna Spindler Gina N. Spink Gregory and Sandra Spinner Ann and Charles Spohn Mr. and Mrs. David Sprehe Connie Springkamper SSM Health Care St. Mary’s Institute of O’Fallon St. Thomas Church Michael and Dianna Staab Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Staed Mr. and Mrs. Darren Stam Mary and Charles Stamm Gwen Stengl Julia Stanley The Stanley Works Foundation Susan Staub Juliann Steck Jackie and Bill Steckel Andrei Stefanescu Nancy Lee F. Steffens Shauna Stegall Mary Kay Stegeman
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Sylvia Steiling Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stein Charles L. and Suzanne Steinacher Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Steingruby James and Margaret Steitz Brad R. Stengel Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stephens Robert and Anne Stephens Pat and Carolyn Stevenson Lisa Stevick Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Stevison Mrs. Constance Stewart Karen Stewart William and Ivy Stewart Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart Dr. and Mrs. John A. Stith Mr. and Mrs. David Stockman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Stockmann Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Stoffey Dolores M. Stollhans Dawn Stompanato Donald A. Stork Mr. Vincent Stotko Ron Stover Chris Straatmann Mrs. Shirley Strohmeyer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Strong James and Sharon Strubberg Matthew and Kathleen Struckel Henry Struckhoff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Strunk Jeannine Stuart Cathy Stumpe Dorothy Suchomski Russell Suda Suddenlink Communications Drs. Joseph and Ann Sudekum Ken and Barbara Sudholt Judy M. Suellentrop Jerry and Kelly Suelmann Jack F. Suetterlin Dorothy Sullivan Reverend James M. Sullivan Joyce Sullivan Monsignor Sullivan Benefit Ruth Sullivan Sumner Group Inc Mr. and Mrs. L. Cartan Sumner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sumner Rosemary Sundling Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sundy Andrew Sutton Ms. Kayla Sutton
ardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center is NOT just for kids. Not only did they save our son’s life, they
also mended a broken heart from a mom that had to watch her child lie in a hospital bed for months on end. They calmed a dad’s fears that the son he waited so long for to carry on the family name might be taken from him. You see our story
does have a happy ending because of the care, devotion and talented staff of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. WE ARE BLESSED, DOUG & CHERYL LAMPERT Glennon Ambassador Family
Dimitra Svigos Jeff Swabby Gene and Debbie Swacker Timothy and Elizabeth Swank Marcella Sweetin Mr. and Mrs. James E. Swift Jacqueline Swinnie Nancy Szcesniak Mr. and Mrs. Julian Szymanski Dr. and Mrs. John W. Tabash Matthew Tabash Debra Tafra Samm and Jennie Tague Gerald V. Tanner, Jr. Dennis and Patricia Tapella Target Stores Mr. and Mrs. Greg Tate Mr. and Mrs. William Tauser Mrs. Bernadette Taylor Bridget Taylor Louise Taylor Louise H. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor William Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. James Tebeau Mrs. Krista Teckenbrock Barbara A. Tegenkamp Leroy L. Temming Thomas O. Tesson Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Tettamble Commandor Tommy Thacker, USN (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tharp Irene R. Thebeau Joan Theising Mr. and Mrs. Barrett R. Thiele Victoria Thole Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thoma Carleen E. Thomas Francis J. Thomas Mary and Forrest Thomas Renee Thomas Gary Thompson Ms. Gracie O. Thompson Kathleen A. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson Mary Jane Thomsen David and Brenda Thornhill
US Bank N.A. Utilimap Corporation Frank Vaccaro Thomas Vaccaro Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Valenti Bob Valko Randy A. Valleroy Virginia Valli Patricia Van Camp Ms. Irma Jean Van De Riet Mary F. VanCleave Edwin J. Vandeven Dorothy M. Vanecek Mr. and Mrs. Douglas VanHorn Mr. Raymond A. Varnum James A. Vasher Eileen and Edward Vastola Jerene Vaughn Vee-Jay Cement Contracting Company Inc. Karen Ventimiglia VFW New Madrid County Memorial #7183 Kim Vierling Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Vietmeier John Visconti Madonna Visintine Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Visintine Mrs. Josephine Visnovske Mary Ann Vitale Julianne M. Voegtlin Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Vogt Paul Volkert Mary Vonesh Kathy VonFeldt Mary Alice Voorhees Mr. and Mrs. E. William Voss Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Voss Michael J. Voss Dorothy Vreeland Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vreeland W. Chip Bieber Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Waddell Brenda Wagner Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner Jason and Paula Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Wagner Loretta A. Wagner R. V. Wagner Richard V. Wagner Steven K. Wagner Tina Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Waldschmidt
Juanita M. Walker Robert Walker Robert B. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Walker Charles H. Wallis Walsh & Associates, Inc. Angeline C. Walsh David Walsh Mary J. Walsh Dennis P. Walsh Joe Walsh Lawrence Walsh Mr. Patrick J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. William A. Walsh Mary Lee Walter Dennis P. Walters Paula Walters Mary E. Walton Edward J. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warmbold Ralph and Jean Warnecke Warren County Concrete LLC Michael and Lynn Washer Dorothy M. Wasinger Shirley and William Wasserman Adrian and Angeline Watercott Mr. and Mrs. John T. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Watson Mary Ann Wayne Frank W. Weber Janice M. Weber Mr. Joseph Weber Julia Weber Scott Weber Ms. Sharon A. Weber Mrs. Susan Weber Wayne Weber Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wegescheide Bertram Wehde Dorothy J. Wehlage Ms. Stella Weibrecht Susan Weilbacher Kenneth Weindel Mary Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Weinmann Mrs. Carolyn Weinzirl Elaine Weir Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Weishaar Bill and Mary Ellen Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welby Mr. and Mrs. Miller A. Welch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wellinghoff Dorothy Welsch Kelly Wendeln
Clifford and Helen Wendt Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Wengert, Jr. Nicholas and Joyce Wente Katherine Wentz Michael Wenzel Mr. and Mrs. Orville W. Werkmeister Mr. Denny Werner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wernert, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wesbecher Rose Wesolowski Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Wessel Mrs. Sandra S. Westhoff Mr. Joseph F. Westphal Apollinaris Westrich Mr. and Mrs. Herman Westrich Adrienne Wexler Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Weyhaupt Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Whalen Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Whalen Pat and Teresa Wheadon John Wheeland Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Franics Whelan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White M. J. White Janet Whitehead Jerome M. Whitehead Rose Marie Whitehead Dr. and Mrs. Richard Whiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitlow, Jr. Kelly Whitman Martin Whitworth Mrs. Madeleine Whyte Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Wibbenmeyer Dan and Theresa Wickerham Charles and Olive Wiegers Nancy Wieners Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Wieter Maureen Anne Wikete Mr. and Mrs. Ken C. Wild Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Wilfond, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilhite Todd Wilken William Nobbe and Company Dale Williams Holly Williams James and Patricia Williams Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Williams Katherine Williams Larry Williams Louise Williams
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Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Thuet Donald and Marcia Tiemeyer Joseph and Maureen Tikvart Mr. and Mrs. Nobert Timmermann William and Karen Timmons Jeannie Timpone Max and Donna Tinsman Mary P. Tippen Susan E. Toben Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Tochtrop Richard Tognarelli Vicky Tomber Christopher and Misty Toney John F. Toney John Toolen Mr. and Mrs. James Tornatore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Townsend Betty W. Tracy Yvette Trainer Hien T. Tran Linda Tran and Nick Shelton Lester J. Tranel Mr. and Mrs. David S. Trani Transystems Corporation Ms. Debbie Trautman Linda M. Travers Marilyn Trentman Mary C. Trimble Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Trost Jon H. Trudell Audrey Truetken Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truitt Carole Trybus John F. Tucker Noreen Tumbarello Anthony J. Turco Anthony and Carrie Turek Sam Turk Beverly I. Turner Twelve Counties Southwestern Illinois Laborersâ€™ District Council Joseph W. Twombly Marianne K. Tyrrell UHY Advisors Lara Ulm UMB Bank Mr. and Mrs. Russell Underwood Union Local 100 Cement Workers Union Pacific Corporation US Bancorp Foundation
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Linus Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Glennon Winschel Wilhelmina Ruth Winston Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wirtel Mr. and Mrs. Stan Wiseman Michael and Elizabeth Wismann John Wisniewski Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wisniewski Lois Wissehr Delbert Wittenauer Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Witterschein Merle R. Wittmann Ms. Mary Wohltmann Leonard A. Woker Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Wolf Mrs. Dorothy Wolf Jeanne Wolf Michael and Catherine Wolf Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wolfe Lois M. Wolff Marcella T. Wolff Rayomi L. Woods Amy Woolf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wootten Reverend Msgr. Thomas Woracek World Wide Technology Foundation Stephen and Geneva Worthy Jennifer Wren Clavis A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wright Ted Wroblewski Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wuenscher Joseph E. Wuller Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Wurthmann, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson D. Yates, III Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Yehlen Jeanette Yerke John and Susan Yingling Ylang-Ylang Robert Yoder Emily York Mr. and Mrs. James A. Young Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young Lawrence Youngblood Joan Zacheis Karen Zahn
Timothy E. Zapf June Zaring Mrs. Louisa Zeidler Nina Zeigler Thomas J. Zeigler Dorothy Zeller Juanita Zeller Sara Zerega John and Phyllis Ziegler Mrs. Virginia Ziegler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ziercher Kristin Ziercher Ken and Ann Zimmermann Barbara Zipprich Lois Zitzmann Mr. and Mrs. William Zobrist Dan Zoll Marie Zucchero Francis Zulauf Mr. and Mrs. David Zwart Father Boleslaus Zwicki Peter Zychinski
GIFTS OF Bequests
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center warmly thanks the following benefactors for their gifts designated for specific programs or for the unrestricted Children’s Fund.
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C I E T L A
Monsignor Louis F. Meyer Louis Miglio Mary E. Norris Carmine Persiani Georgia Hatton Jordan Randick Vincent F. Stotko Norbert Stoltman
Marie Buckowitz Dorothy DeBo Carmella Gutting Josephine M. Hutchison Louise M. Hutchison Mildred Kiefer Muriel Langfield
G32 • Glennon Friends
We were informed of the passing of the following Glennon Society Members March 1, 2011 to July 30, 2011
Estate of Marcella Brown Estate of Dr. John Coughlin Estate of Dora Emnett Estate of Lorraine B. Grither Estate of Russell G. and Dolores I. Guese Estate of Rosa Hinsenbrock Estate of Ione C. Humphrey Estate of Edith Lambert Estate of Viola D. Lang Estate of Dorothy Lossos Estate of Hubert P. Macklin Estate of Marco Matranga Estate of Mary Nunemaker Estate of Olive Ronchetta Estate of Sidney and Sylvia Souers Estate of John Steinfeld Estate of Jane B. Strong Estate of Rosemary Vitale Estate of Norma Vogel
GIFTS OF FRIENDSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Williams Karen Willingham Michael C. Willman David and Carolyn Willmann Emma S. Wills Geraldine M. Wilmes Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilmore David C. Wilmot Barbara F. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson John D. Wilson Lee Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilson Viola L. Wilson Bill and Joyce Wilton Esther Wingbermuehle Molly Winget Mr. Albert Winkeler Mr. Andrew Winkeler Carol J. Winkler Jim and Margaret Winkler