2015 REPORT ON GIVING
Celebrating Community, Compassion and Champions of Coastal Bend Health Care
THANK YOU, FRIENDS AND BENEFACTORS We are proud to share personal stories with you about CHRISTUS Spohn Health System’s commitment to the Coastal Bend. The accounts you will read in these pages are as unique as each of these South Texans, who are passionate about CHRISTUS Spohn’s service in the community they call home. Our benefactors have their own reasons for supporting us and each story reinforces what it means to be a champion of CHRISTUS Spohn. Their giving spirit is directed toward honoring exceptional care given to a loved one, supporting specific hospital departments and programs, and helping to ensure access to the most modernized health care. As CHRISTUS Spohn looks toward a dynamic and thriving future for South Texas, its focus will remain on being a leader in innovation, particularly in the treatment of acute and chronic ailments that are prevalent in our community. That’s why we’re moving forward on Our PATH — People & Actions Transforming Healthcare — CHRISTUS Spohn’s greatest investment in our community. Our $325 million master plan includes constructing advanced facilities with the most sophisticated technology today, equipping the gifted physicians of tomorrow through enriched learning programs and delivering the best in patient care for generations.
No matter the motivation to give, each story has one thing in common: 100% of gifts remain right here in the Coastal Bend for CHRISTUS Spohn’s devoted ministry of care. We celebrated our 110th anniversary in 2015, honoring the monumental efforts of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, Dr. Arthur E. Spohn and thousands of other doctors and nurses who helped us continue our healing legacy. And while health care has changed during our time serving the Coastal Bend, our promise of extending the healing ministry of Jesus Christ remains resolute to the heart of our mission. Thank you, friends, for your endurNancy Beauchamp, Chairwoman, CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Foundation Board of Directors
One cornerstone of our monumental gift is construction of the comprehensive Dr. Hector P. Garcia Memorial Family Health Center on our Memorial campus. The center will be a community asset unlike any other, providing a medical home base of care for the Coastal Bend, including for the most vulnerable.
On The Cover
The CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Foundation was founded in 1977 to generate philanthropic support to help CHRISTUS Spohn Health System fulfill its
Karen Bonner, Vice President for Philanthropy, CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Foundation
ing support of CHRISTUS Spohn and our continuum of care. We are proud to serve each and every one of you, and we look forward to extending the healing legacy of our predecessors. We hope you enjoy reading our 2015 Report on Giving and look forward to your continued support. The other cornerstone is the transformation of the Shoreline campus, including a new state-of-the-art Level II Trauma Center — the only one in South Texas. Shoreline will serve as the tertiary referral center for the entire Coastal Bend, offering access to the highest level of treatment and prevention for heart disease, stroke and other conditions that are prevalent in our community. These projects will provide accessible, coordinated care for one and all. It is an honor to serve on the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation Board of Directors, and on behalf of the Board, I offer my deepest gratitude for your kind support.
mission to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ so that all may experience God’s healing presence and love. Gifts to the Foundation are as individual as the patients and families we serve, who often want to honor a caregiver,
or directly support a project or area of service. The Foundation’s 2015 Report on Giving is our way of highlighting those who have provided a lasting legacy of support for generations to come.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR SOUTH TEXAS COMMUNITY
Al Jones and his wife, Janet, at CHRISTUS Spohn Lyceum
Al Jones was welcomed to Corpus Christi in 1970 by Hurricane Celia.
drew him to get involved with CHRISTUS Spohn. “CHRISTUS Spohn has a huge significance in the community and it’s important to be a large part of the effort in improving health care for all The storm did extensive South Texans,” says Jones. “For damage across the Coastal me personally, that meant getBend, but in the rebuilding ting deeply involved. That’s why effort afterward, and in the I’ve taken on the roles within years since, Jones has witnessed CHRISTUS Spohn that I have.” exceptional growth and develJones, who has served in opment. As the first chief oper- multiple capacities on the ations officer of American Bank CHRISTUS Spohn Health when it first opened in 1970 System board and with the and later being named CEO CHRISTUS Spohn Foundain the 1980s, Jones has seen tion, also is Co-Chair of the firsthand how a community can Our PATH Forward Capital work together to improve itself. Campaign, a fundraising effort One area that helps define that will help lay the foundaa community is its quality of tion for CHRISTUS Spohn’s health care, something that transformation of care.
People & Actions Transforming Healthcare rests right at the heart of CHRISTUS Spohn’s mission, and goes hand in hand with the values of American Bank, says Jones. “The philosophy we’ve had at American Bank is that we’re deeply embedded in this community and have been for a long time,” says Jones. “We believe that living here and working here, we need to be involved in the community, and that we need to be good corporate citizens. And that means helping to make Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend a better place. That’s a top requirement for us.” That support from American Bank has taken many forms, including being the an-
nual presenting sponsor of the CHRISTUS Spohn Lyceum, helping to bring in exceptional speakers who are able to provide commentary and insight on some of the most essential issues of our time. Jones points to change across South Texas when noting ongoing industrial and societal developments, but one thing remains constant, he says. “CHRISTUS Spohn will continue to be here to deliver health care services to our community regardless of whether patients are able to pay for them or not,” says Jones. “It’s important to be able to provide the best in quality health care to a growing community and I’m proud to be associated with CHRISTUS Spohn.”
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STRIVING TO SUPPORT CHRISTUS SPOHN’S LYCEUM
CHRISTUS Spohn’s Lyceum has a rich tradition, beginning in 1989 with Henry Kissinger, the 56th Secretary of State. Lyceum guests enjoy an exquisite dinner and hear presentations from some of our era’s most intriguing people. The 2016 CHRISTUS Spohn Lyceum featured Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian David McCullough and helped to raise funds for the new Dr. Hector P. Garcia Memorial Family Health Center.
Margaret Jataine smiles when she thinks about the business her father started. Corpus Christi Produce Company, Inc. started off humbly in 1946, with one goal in mind: provide the best fruits and vegetables to South Texas. However, there was just one problem: it meant lots of travel. “My father would go around and take orders locally, drive to San Antonio, bring the produce back and deliver it all,” says Jataine. “As the years went by, his business got bigger and he expanded, but he would always take me with him, and
some of my earliest memories are of going to San Antonio or to the Valley every night. I’d drink all the Cokes and eat all the candy, and back then they had ‘funny books,’ and I’d have a stack of those.” A growing community’s need for quality produce continued to expand, and the business has remained a Coastal Bend staple, serving Corpus Christi, Kingsville, Alice and a host of other towns. Jataine inherited the business from her father after his passing. She also received his work ethic and sense of community pride, focusing on giving back to South Texas. “It’s important to take care of others in the community when you’re in a position to
help,” says Jataine. While health care has undergone obvious changes during the past century of its ministry CHRISTUS Spohn Health System remains a community asset, says Jataine, noting that her children and grandchildren all were born at CHRISTUS Spohn. It was only natural to help give back to a hospital system that has always been there for her family, says Jataine, and her involvement in fundraising events makes her “proud.” “I’ve always enjoyed being a sponsor and being a part of CHRISTUS Spohn events including the Lyceum and Richard King III Grand Classic golf tournament,” says Jataine. “Those events really are gifts
to the community because all those proceeds go back into providing care for South Texas.” Despite obvious differences, Jataine is quick to point out the similarities between her business and CHRISTUS Spohn. “Like we strive to get a 100 on all of our inspections, CHRISTUS Spohn strives to be the best,” says Jataine. “I had a heart test recently at CHRISTUS Spohn, and everything runs so smoothly. The cardiac department is excellent. Everyone there is so nice and it’s a great program. Everyone from the doctors to the administration is excellent. They’re devoted and really care about their jobs, especially when it comes to the patients they serve.”
HONORING A CHRISTUS SPOHN LEGACY ON THE LINKS
The charitable golf tournament has supported the healing mission of CHRISTUS Spohn for more than two decades. The event began in 1991 when the late Vernon Medlin, M.D., a longtime radiologist and radiation oncologist with CHRISTUS Spohn, teamed with Doug DeSive, Head Golf Professional at the Country Club, to raise money for the hospital system through his favorite pastime.
Rick Rogers (left) and Ham Rogers at one of their favorite places — Corpus Christi Country Club.
Everyone at the Corpus Christi Country Club knows the Rogers family.
They’ll say, ‘He saved my grandfather’ or ‘He saved my wife.’ It just makes you feel really good,” says Rick. “Our dad was just a kind-hearted man who made a big difference in South Texas and he greatly enjoyed helping In particular, the names of others any way he could.” Rick and Ham Rogers adorn Making a difference runs in walls of honor as tournament the family, something that has champions, while other plaques helped make the CHRISTUS and portraits highlight their Spohn Richard King III Grand valuable service to the Club. Classic the notable fundraisHowever, the Rogers name er it has become. King was a also is well-known in the com- patient of Dr. Rogers and had munity for numerous other great admiration for him and invaluable reasons, largely the care he provided to so because of the service of the many in the community. late Dr. F.F. Rogers, a longtime “Dick King asked me to surgeon at CHRISTUS Spohn be the chairman of the tourHospital-Shoreline. nament one year in honor of “We’ll still get asked all the my dad, so I couldn’t turn that time, ‘Was your dad a doctor?’ down. And then they asked me
tors, championed the tournament for several years. When he passed away, it seemed natural to name the event in his honor. “Helping to sponsor the Grand Classic is something that we can do as a family and serves as a thank you to CHRISTUS Spohn for its qualiThe late Dr. F.F. Rogers ty care and service to the entire to do it again and then again, community. We’re just playing and so it has kind of stuck with a little part in the larger game me,” says Rick. “My kids were of helping other folks,” says born at CHRISTUS Spohn Ham. “CHRISTUS Spohn and and so I wanted to give back its hospitals have been importto Spohn for what they gave to ant to our family. We sponsor our family, including for what the golf balls they give out each they gave my dad, which was a year at the tournament and it’s really fine place to work.” just one small way of honoring King, a longtime member our dad and showing our gratof the CHRISTUS Spohn itude for what we receive from Foundation’s Board of Directhe hospital system.”
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BEEVILLE LADIES NIGHT OUT CONTINUES SUCCESS
Beeville Ladies Night Out, held annually on Fat Tuesday at the Bee County Expo Center, includes a Cajun cuisine dinner, silent auction, raffle and shopping with dozens of vendors selling a variety of wares including jewelry, clothes, home accessories, cosmetics, skincare, artwork and other unique gifts.
Lou Adele May (right) and Jessica Morrill at Beeville Ladies Night Out.
Lou Adele May is widely known as someone who gets things done.
met Patty Mueller (longtime CHRISTUS Spohn supporter) through my associations down here. She and I got to be friends and she said she thought I could provide leadership through the FoundaLuckily, for CHRISTUS tion board, so that’s how I got Spohn Health System, she has started, and I really enjoyed served in multiple roles with it,” says May. “I’d sit through the CHRISTUS Spohn Founda- those meetings and think tion, helping promote aware‘there’s something we ought to ness of the need for top-notch be doing to raise money for the health care across South Texas. hospital.’ So I got a committee Lou Adele, who has served together with many different as chairwoman of the Founmen and women, some young dation board and is a current and some old, and we started emeritus board member, has a brainstorming about how we knack for helping bring people could best serve the hospital.” of diverse backgrounds togethOne cause that’s near and er for a good cause. dear to her heart is ensuring “I was a school board that CHRISTUS Spohn president for 15 years and I Hospital-Beeville remains a
community asset, which is precisely how Beeville Ladies Night Out came about. “The idea of Mardi Gras came up and we thought ‘that’s something you can put on anywhere.’ So we started talking and there were lots of events for men, but there was nothing just for women. And then we thought, ‘Why don’t we just do an event only for women?’ “We’ve had some really great committees full of people who are talented and know how to get things done, so it’s been a wonderful thing. We moved it around to a few different venues since we got so big and finally we ended up at the Expo Center. We’ve had all kinds of vendors through the years and I know that a lot
of people look forward to the event all year. It’s really a good reason to get together and celebrate with people who are making a difference.” Beeville Ladies Night Out has raised more than $250,000 for CHRISTUS Spohn-Beeville, helping fund improvements and advancements to the emergency department, women’s services and a host of other programs that serve the surrounding community. At the end of the day, Lou Adele is most appreciative of living in a tight-knit community where people look out for one another and are willing to lend a hand at the drop of a hat. “I love Beeville and I love South Texas,” says May. “It’s a great place to call home.”
PLANNED GIVING PROVIDES LEGACY OF CARE
The CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation is devoted to helping you decide how to best leave a lasting legacy and can provide the proper documentation and language for your estate plans. For more information, contact Linda Arnold, Director of Development, at 361-881-3940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alice and Gerald Sutherland spent nearly 60 devoted years of marriage together.
but the company he founded left an indelible mark on South Texas and on CHRISTUS Spohn. Gerald began Masonry Construction Company, and starting in the 1950s, helped to build some of the most recognizable structures in the Coastal Bend. Even after retiring, he During that time, they also had one more job to complete, built a foundation of love and says Alice, one that was near support for future generations and dear to his heart for nuof their family. merous reasons. However, their passionate “We got to know many commitment to their South people at CHRISTUS Spohn Texas community was just as over the years, and in particimportant in their eyes, and ular Gerald got to know Sister their lasting legacy is rooted Kathleen, Sister Bridget and in service and giving back to all the other good people that make a difference in the lives were associated with Spohn,” of friends, loved ones and, in says Alice. “CHRISTUS Spohn many cases, even complete was a dear institution to him strangers. for the way he was treated and Gerald passed away in 2012, how he was cared for during
his time he spent in the hospital over the years, and he just shared an exceptional camaraderie with everyone at Spohn. “He was officially retired, but his last brick job was at CHRISTUS Spohn-South, and he did it mostly because of the fact that you could consider Spohn a ‘lifesaver’ as far as for our health and livelihood. It meant a lot to him to do that job and it’s something for which he was immensely proud.” As with other members of the Dr. Arthur E. Spohn Society — those benefactors who have included the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation in their estate plans — the Sutherlands’ generosity helps to continue the legacy of CHRISTUS Spohn, its
mission and ministry. “I know that Gerald would recommend that anyone who had care at CHRISTUS Spohn for any period of time should consider giving back to the ministry of care,” says Alice. “It’s something that was important to our family.” Alice is quick to point out that Gerald built his company from the ground up through determination and plenty of hard work, but he also had help along the way, something that he never forgot. “Gerald always enjoyed giving back to people, and that’s what he was known for in the community,” says Alice. “He would help out in any way he thought would be best. He was just a wonderful husband, father and grandfather.”
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GIVING BACK THROUGH GIVING FROM WITHIN
Our associate giving program allows associates to suggest, select and fund projects for the benefit of our patients, visitors and our very own CHRISTUS Spohn family. Employees may choose the projects or programs toward which they want to direct their contribution. Gifts to Giving From Within can be given through a payroll deduction or as a one-time gift (cash, check or credit card). Employees also can choose to join the Giving Hour Society, giving the equivalent of one or more hours of salary per pay period. Barb Flato (left) and Veronica Garcia in Cardiac Rehab at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Shoreline.
Barb Flato is passionate about making a difference in the lives of others.
state but also around the country. The learning opportunities also include networking and seeing what other cardiac rehab programs are doing, which is valuable in our approach.” To ensure that her staff Flato, the Director of continues to gain that valuable Cardiac Rehabilitation at CHRISTUS Spohn-Shoreline, knowledge, Flato participates in Giving From Within, is an advocate for continuing CHRISTUS Spohn’s associate medical education, speaking giving campaign, which raises regularly at the Texas Associfunds for numerous programs ation of Cardiovascular and that strengthen our healing Pulmonary Rehabilitation ministry. She is a member of conference and other forums the Hour Giving Society, desigacross the country. “I’ve been active in the na- nating a full hour of her salary tional organization for 30 years each pay period toward cardiac rehab. and it’s essential for my staff One invaluable use of those to be able to learn and know Giving From Within funds about changes in the indusis directed toward sending try,” says Barb. “It also helps cardiac rehab staff to the state to ensure we’re following best conference and foster enpractices not only around the
hanced learning opportunities. Another is focused on gaining an important certification. “In 2015 our national organization gave the first CCRP (Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation Professional) national certification test,” says Barb. “I took it and passed it, and then at that point I challenged all of my staff that if they would take it and pass it that we would use Giving From Within funds to pay for the testing. Veronica Garcia took it at the state meeting last year and passed it, and became the first person on our staff to earn the CCRP merit. “The greatest thing that our cardiac rehab staff has gained is continuing education paid for through the funds. We don’t have to worry about not
paying for conferences and other venues that are valuable learning tools.” The CHRISTUS Spohn Cardiac Rehab program offers electrocardiograph-monitored exercise, education, counseling and support for patients and their families to help people who experience a cardiac event or heart disease to recover faster, return to more full and productive lives and reduce the risk and severity of future heart disease. It’s a calling that’s near and dear to Flato’s own heart. “I’ve been doing this for 30 years and it’s my passion,” says Barb. “I can’t imagine doing anything else with my life and I love coming to work every day. What more could you ask for in a job?”
CHAMPION FOR OUR PATH FORWARD
Dr. Salim Surani has many titles, ranging from distinguished researcher and renowned pulmonologist to esteemed associate professor and valued mentor. However, his most fitting designation dovetails perfectly into the valuable mission of CHRISTUS Spohn Health System: health care champion of the Coastal Bend. Surani has spent more than two decades with CHRISTUS Spohn, serving thousands of patients from across South Tex-
as, but his first thoughts of the area were that it would be a nice place to spend a little bit of time. “I originally thought I’d only be in Beeville and Corpus Christi for a year, but my wife and I fell in love with South Texas. We love the community and it has embraced us,” says Surani, Director of Critical Care Services at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Memorial. That sense of community is what Surani says made his family want to make Corpus Christi its home, which is a great thing when talking about the most prevalent medical conditions in the area. Surani’s focus remains on critical care, but he also has a passion for helping the community he serves, specifically children and
the issues they face, including tobacco use, diabetes and obesity, and sleep deprivation. Surani who mentors and trains faculty at the Mayo Clinic, Scott & White and the University of North Texas, in addition to his numerous other callings, recognizes more than most just how quickly health care has changed and continues to change. That’s precisely why he is such a strong advocate for CHRISTUS Spohn’s comprehensive plan, Our PATH Forward — People & Actions Transforming Healthcare. Surani was the first physician to pledge a financial contribution toward Our PATH. “Our PATH Forward will allow CHRISTUS Spohn to
invest in technology and infrastructure, which in turn will help improve education and help improve patient care,” says Surani. “All of our services also are optimum for patient care, especially with the number of specialists who will be on site at the new Shoreline campus.” Surani, who still remembers the blueprints from the original pavilion expansion at Shoreline, has been vital in planning for the future needs of health care in our region. The need is now greater than ever to recruit, train and invite the best and brightest to CHRISTUS Spohn. “If you have a vision and structure for your educational programs, it helps to attract the best physicians,” says Surani.
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CHRISTUS SPOHN VOLUNTEERS VITAL TO OUR MISSION Volunteers play an important role in supporting CHRISTUS Spohn Health System. They work at information desks, surgery waiting, emergency departments, dietary departments, spiritual care, radiology, admitting, the nursery, gift shops, education department, and in our nursing units. For more information on being a volunteer, contact Marissa Carrillo, Director of Volunteer Services, at 361-881-3160 or marissa. email@example.com. Karen Bonner (at podium), Vice President for Philanthropy of the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation, installs new volunteer presidents during the annual volunteer meeting. Presidents, from left, are Cynthia Martinez – Memorial; Norma Burnside – South; Delia Alvarez – Kleberg; Olga Bell – Shoreline; and Imelda Gonzalez – Alice.
“It’s hard to imagine CHRISTUS Spohn's hospitals without our volunteers.”
“They are very much a part of our team,” says Carrillo. “Patients and their families are very comfortable around our volunteers. They offer smiles, the understanding ear, comfort and the healing touch.” Marissa Carrillo, During 2015, more than CHRISTUS Spohn’s Director 600 volunteers donated more of Volunteer Services, knows than 134,000 hours of service just how important it is to have to CHRISTUS Spohn and its the support of the hundreds of mission — the equivalent of individuals who are called to almost 5,600 days. help serve the hospital system’s In addition to that valuable mission and ministry. service, the volunteers also doIn fact, those men, womnated almost $240,000 to fund en and youths are vital to the equipment and special projects daily operations of six hospital throughout their facilities, says campuses across South Texas Carrillo. and at the CHRISTUS Spohn There are multiple volunteer programs aimed at linking Cancer Center.
those who want to give back to CHRISTUS Spohn and the best area in which to help. The adult volunteer program caters to anyone who would like to give of their time to CHRISTUS Spohn, while the college volunteer and junior volunteer programs are designed to provide Coastal Bend students with firsthand opportunities to understand the multiple career paths offered at hospitals and in health care fields. There is even a pet therapy volunteer program to help in healing. It is believed that the dogs that receive special training alter a room’s atmosphere by changing a stressful hospital stay into
a more calming experience for CHRISTUS Spohn's patients. CHRISTUS Spohn volunteers also were honored with multiple awards and honors at last year's annual Texas Association of Healthcare Volunteers Convention. Imelda Gonzalez, President of the CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice volunteers, sums up the sentiment of many individuals who donate their service to our health care mission and ministry. “Volunteering provides for me, personally, a deep feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment through the sharing of my time, skills and talents,” says Gonzalez.
2015 DONOR RECOGNITION SOCIETIES Cumulative Giving Bishop Dubuis Society
$1,000,000 Cumulative Gifts Newell W. Atkinson, III and Claire Atkinson Wonders CHRISTUS Health CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Shoreline Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-South Volunteers John G. Kenedy, Jr. Charitable Trust The John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kennedy Foundation Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc. Dr. Patrick and Nancy Moran Mable* and Charles D. Pate* Riviera Telephone Company, Inc. South Texas Charity Weekend, Inc. Karen and Larry Urban
The CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation and Karen Bonner (left), VP for Philanthropy, honored the South Texas Charity Weekend and its valuable support during the ninth annual Donor Recognition Reception for 2015 Donor Society Members. Frank P. Horlock, Jr., Gus T. Canales, Stephen “Tio” J. Kleberg and Bill Colston, Jr. (right) were guests of honor and were recognized for their contributions to CHRISTUS Spohn Health System.
Shirley Ann and Urban H.* Anslinger B.E. Beecroft Co. Inc. $500,000 to $999,999 Cumulative Gifts Barcom Construction, Inc. American Bank Charles C. Butt CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Louise and John O.* Chapman CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Memorial Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice Volunteers Ida. L. Clement* CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Beeville Volunteers Estill Foundation CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Kleberg Volunteers H-E-B Coastal Bend Community Foundation Helen Jeannette Holloway* Anne S. Colston* Dan A. Hughes, Sr. Judy and Bill Colston, Jr. Algie Janszen* Corpus Christi Caller-Times Spohn Kleberg Healthcare Foundation Corpus Christi Produce Company, Inc. Aneda Zablocki* Sallee and Dan J. Craine Dr. Richard and Kay Davis Saints $100,000 to $499,999 Cumulative Gifts Diana and Harry W. Hamilton Foundation Joseph A. Abbey* Earl C. Sams Foundation, Inc. AEP Texas Fannie Bluntzer Nason Testamentary Trust Peggy and Avinash Ahuja Flint Hills Resources Amy Shelton McNutt Charitable Trust Maxine E. Flournoy Fulton Coastcon Construction Corp. General Lana and Barry G. Andrews Contractors Andrews Distributing Company, Inc.
Elizabeth and Hoyte* Gentry Gulf Marine Fabricators Employee Foundation Gulf Shore Anesthesia Associates, PA Ed H. Harte* Herndon Plant Oakley Ltd. Julianna and Peter M. Holt Mary Grace* and Frank P. Horlock, Jr. Jacqueline and William H. Hughes Janet and Al B. Jones King Ranch, Inc. Richard King, III* Kleberg Bank Lou Adele and Robert A. May Jane and Hugh L. McColl, Jr. Maureen Miller Patty and Joseph P. Mueller Pathology Associates of Corpus Christi, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Pedrotti Radiology & Imaging of South Texas Ranchers Making A Difference
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2015 DONOR RECOGNITION SOCIETIES Marsha and Gregg Robertson Keleigh and M. Stuart Sasser Shell Land Management Company, Inc. Edwin Singer* South Texas Charitable Foundation Mary Kay and Alan J. Stoner Celika Storm Sunrise Vending Company Victor J. Tantalo The Brown Foundation, Inc. The Ed Rachal Foundation The King Ranch Family Trust Ina* and Joseph J Uri* Daphne and Ben F. Vaughan, III ValueBank Texas Jennifer and William T. Vogt Jr. Dr. Charles T. and Lorraine Volk CC Winn Family / Patsy Winn Whataburger, Inc. Yvonne H. Simard Foundation
Annual Giving Societies Archangels
$50,000 + Annual Gifts Pamela and Charles R. Brower CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-Shoreline Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-South Volunteers Diane and Thomas A. Gates Pamela S. Robertson Dr. Charles T. and Lorraine Volk
$10,000 to $49,999 Annual Gifts Peggy and Avinash Ahuja Andrews Distributing Company, Inc. Anonymous B.E. Beecroft Co. Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Drake Beauchamp Karen and Richard S. Bonner CC Winn Family / Patsy Winn Estela and Luis Chapa CHRISTUS Health
CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Kleberg Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus ChristiMemorial Volunteers Corpus Christi Produce Company, Inc. Diana Welder Hamilton Estate Elinor and Ben A. Donnell Ed Hicks Imports Kelly A. Elkins Flint Hills Resources Frank and Sue Malek Ranch Samantha and Thomas A. Gates Gulf Marine Fabricators Employee Foundation H-E-B Gloria and Edward S. Hicks Algie Janszen* Kleberg Bank Carol and Sammy Kins Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC Judy and Fred E. Long Lou Adele and Robert A. May Dr. Thomas J. and Carol McLaughlin Patty and Joseph P. Mueller Orion Drilling Company, LLC PlainsCapital Bank Radiology & Imaging of South Texas Sound Inpatient Physicians, Inc. Deneece and Wayne Squires Catherine and Sam L. Susser Sissy and Richard P. Thomas Susser Family Foundation The John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Vishal Raju Bhagat Foundation Yvonne H. Simard Foundation
$2,500 to $9,999 Annual Gifts 296 Southlake Ltd AEP Texas Anthony Family Partnership, Ltd. Dr. Patrick and Ashley Almond Judith and Harry Anthony Aramark Corporation
Linda and Keith Arnold Bank of America - Merrill Lynch Barcom Construction, Inc. Behmann Brothers Foundation Courtenay and Marvin G. Berry Kathy and Robert S. Black, III Camacho Demolition & Recycling LLC Carlisle Insurance Tom Carlisle CBRE, Inc. Louise G. Chapman James P. Charnquist CLK Architects & Associates Coastal Bend College Coastal Bend Community Foundation Coastal Cardiology Association, PLLC Corpus Christi Disposal Service, Inc. Crothall Healthcare, Inc. Arnetta and Steven G. Daniel Diana and Harry W. Hamilton Foundation Dugan Eye Institute Dr. John T. Dugan Amy and Timothy J. Ehrman Energy XXI Services, LLC Entrust Inc. Phyllis and William E. Findley, Jr. First Community Bank Gemini Ambulance Service Shawn and Gary Groesbeck H & S Constructors, Inc. Isabel Hernandez Hospital Housekeeping System, LLC Pamela and Richard Leshin May Ranch Mirador Retirement Community Meredith K. Morrill NavyArmy Community Credit Union Niner Investments Ltd Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP Nueces Charities, Inc. Obstetrical and Gynecological Associates of Corpus Christi * Deceased
2015 DONOR RECOGNITION SOCIETIES Perkins + Will Shawn and James M. Pettus Julie and John Pina Port of Corpus Christi Authority Norma and Mike Pusley Quest Diagnostics Elizabeth Chu Richter and David Richter Robstown Volunteer Fire Department Shelia and Rick F. Rogers Rabbi Kenneth D. and Phyllis Roseman Salient Partners Keleigh and M. Stuart Sasser Connie and Michael Scott Celika Storm Stryker Sustainability Solutions Department of Criminal Justice - McConnell Unit The Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Michele Mora-Trevino and Miguel Trevino Dianna and Richard M. Thomas Rona and L. A. Train The Ruth and Edward Austin Foundation Uranium Energy Corp. Valero Bill Greehey Refineries Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
$1,000 to $2,499 Annual Gifts 801 Gramman, LLC AHP Foundation Altus Hospice of Corpus Christi, LP Gloria Alvarado Dr. Donald and Suzanne Anthony Martha and James Avery Beeville Rotary Club Dr. Diane Biery Ammie Bishop Betty and Tom Bomar Michelle and Barton H. Braselton Yolanda and Tony Canales Dr. Carmen C. Casas and Dr. George Magel Roxanne and Leo Casas, III Kimberly Charba Marjorie and Joe Chavez CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice - ICU
Church of the Good Shepherd Danny Clark Patricia Clark Bonnie and L. J. Cohen ConocoPhillips Company Corpus Christi Hooks Corpus Christi Rehabilitation Hospital, LLC Corpus Christi Road Runners Johnetta Cunningham Dan A. Hughes Company, L.P. Dr. J. Mitchell and Julie Dye Syble Elliott Ann and David P. Engel Barbara Flato Anthony C. Garza Genevieve M. Gibson Richard O. Gingrich Gulf Coast Paper Co. Inc. Jennifer Hagedorn Dr. Martin and Patricia Hanisch David Hatridge Kim C. Hennig Judith and Raymond B. Hoelscher Frank P. Horlock, Jr. Trang Kelsey Lisa S. Kennedy Merritt Kennedy and Family Carol and Faris A. Kirkland Kelly J. Lassig Mary C. Lewis Matthew Lohmeier London Independent School District Dr. Robert W. and Sue Madry McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Charles H. Moore Morrill & Morrill, PLLC Sarah and Georpe P. Morrill, II Nueces Electric Cooperative Patricia Lewis Zoch Childrenâ€™s Foundation Kenneth Parsons Todd Pietsch Judy and William N. Pressley Prosperity Bank
Drs. Veena and Vishnu Reddy Rebecca B. Rios Gina Rivera David L. Rumley Sylvia Salazar Santa Fe Health Care, Inc. Michael B. Schmidt Karen J. Siemssen Beth A. Spore Daniel St. Armand St. John Lutheran Church Stephen W. Sullivan Donald M. Taft Texas High School Rodeo Association, Region VIII William J. Tinnell Valero Energy Foundation Valero-Three Rivers Refinery ValueBank Texas Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Xavier Villarreal John C. Wallgren Wastequip/Toter Dr. Robert and Allison Webster Dr. Gordon R. and Debra Welch, Jr. Richard Whatley Wicker Basket
Dr. Arthur E. Spohn Society
Shirley Ann and Urban H.* Anslinger Margie and James E. Brooke Dr. Richard and Kay Davis Waltraud K. DeVille Elizabeth and Hoyte* Gentry Jeanette Holloway* L.D. and R.J. Hunter Families Mable* and Charles D. Pate* Dorothy L. Rivers Merle K. Schillo Mary Kay and Alan J. Stoner Alice and Gerald D.* Sutherland Aneda R. Zablocki*
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Ambassadors help foster communication and understanding of the services and health care provided by CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, sharing that vision and purpose within the communities they call home.
CHRISTUS Spohn Corpus Christi Ambassadors Janet Allen Paula Armstrong Linda Arnold Tiffany Batchelor Maddi Baucum Nancy Beauchamp Janie Bell Courtney Berry Karen Bonner Rebecca Bradford Pam Burton Mary Jane Carlisle Bonnie Cohen Mary Clark Becky Crow Amanda Cutbirth Becky Davis Marie Dickson Elinor Donnell Debbie Emerson Ann Engel Nancy Eshleman Samantha Gates Sally Gill Claire Goodrich-Boren Sammie Grunwald Ticia Hanisch (Co-Chair) Janet Herbst Rose Huegele Shelly Jacobson Linda Jordan Lisa Kennedy Martha Kiel Carol Kins Amy Koch Jennifer LaMantia Dottie Lane
Debbie Layton Jennifer Lee Pam Leshin Susan Lewis Cynthia Lundquist Sue Madry Lisa Matl Katia McCabe Leslie McClanahan Kathy McCord Bridget McKeever Courtney McLain Carol McLaughlin Heidi Moore Meredith Morrill Patty Nuss Laureen Pedrotti Laurie Plant Courtney Rangel (CoChair) Carol Reding Pam Robertson Phyllis Roseman Edie Sapp Keleigh Sasser Cathy Sellers Jenny Skrobarczyk Kimberly Stockseth Deneece Squires Elizabeth Susser Larkin Sutherland Carol Thaxton Karen Urban Elizabeth Vanexan Tricia Vela Jen Vogt Veronica Wenzel
CHRISTUS Spohn Kleberg Ambassadors Judy Anthony Linda Arnold Karen Bonner Katharine Louise Boyd Janis Elaine Bryant Linda Bull Mary Chiuminatto Jackie Collins Michelle Colston Barbara Colston Judy Colston Ricki Cunningham Carrie DeLaney Claudia Edgerton George Henkel (Chair) Margaret Kinnan Audrey Lambert Tiffany LeMonte Dianne Leubert Juli Lowry Alice Mendoza Teri Morales Nancy K. Nelson Becky Nordeen Joan Nuesch Ann Retherford Perri Robinette Kathy Saul Amy LeVier Schultz Karen Tallant Jean Claire Turcotte Patricia Walker Ann Wilkinson Sylvia Jean Woelfel Debby Womack Charis Yaklin Lynn Yaklin
Carol McLaughlin, Leslie McClanahan and Nancy Beauchamp, past Co-Chairs
Cynthia Lundquist, Kathy McCord and Courtney Rangel, Co-Chair
Juli Lowry, Linda Bull and Judy Colston
Joan Nuesch, Jean Claire Turcotte and Ricki Cunningham
SPECIAL THANKS TO 2015 DONORS
Beeville Ladies Night Out has raised nearly $300,000 for CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Beeville, helping fund improvements and advancements to the emergency department, women’s services and a host of other programs that serve the surrounding community. The Mardi Gras event is held each year on Fat Tuesday at the Bee County Expo Center.
BEEVILLE LADIES NIGHT OUT
801 Gramman LLC A Place for Paws Alaniz & Perez Garage Altus Hospice Any Time Fitness Linda and Keith Arnold Jacqueline P. Arthur Margie A. Awalt Aztec Chevrolet Buick GMC Jessi D. Bartlett Starr B. Bauer Beeville Family Practice Beeville Publishing Co. Blake Fulenwider Ram Chrysler Dodge Jeep Karen O. Bonner Budweiser/L & F Distributors
Sara Camille Casas and Ana Claire Casas CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Beeville CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Beeville Nutrition Services Coastal Bend College and Coastal Bend College Foundation Community Action Corporation of South Texas ConocoPhillips Gary Currie Melissa Delman R. W. Dirks Petroleum Engineer, Inc. Erick Z. Echavarry Melissa A. Edelman EmCare, Inc. Exclusive Home Health & Hospice, Inc.
Jennifer R. Flores Florette E. Spires, P.C. Galloway & Sons Funeral Home and Angelus Funeral Home Debbie and Art Gamez Geronimo Rodriguez Photography Hacienda Oaks Nursing & Rehab H-E-B Hi-Chem, Inc. Hogue’s Jewelry Liz and Tito Hoskins Dan A. Hughes Company, L.P. Jaqueline and Hilton Hughes Shambryn & Matt Huie IBC - Beeville Mary and C. R. Joy
Junior Service League of Beeville KFTX Radio Kicker 106 Kremco La Quinta Inn & Suites, Beeville Law Office of Tom Beasley Legacy Home Health Agency, Inc. Live Oak Nursing Center & Rehab Judy and Fred E. Long Candy Longmire Imelda Marin May Ranch Courtney Cook McLain Morrill & Morrill, PLLC NavyArmy Community Credit Union Pantry Stores
Park-Breidenbach Properties, LLC Janna Townsend/ Professional Controllers Prosperity Bank PS Promotions Quick Service Boot Shop Gerardo D. Quiñones-Whitmore DMD, PLLC Rotary Club of Beeville Penny Salazar Santa Fe Healthcare, Inc. Karen M. Savage Smejkal Electric & Air Conditioning South Texas Implement, Co. South Texas Power Subway
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Gina Sugarek Superior Auto Sales, Inc. Texas Champion Bank Texas Department of Criminal JusticeMcConnell Unit The First National Bank of Beeville TLC Pharmacy & Medical Equipment Nathan Tudor Valero Three Rivers Refinery Donna Villarreal Carol E. Wagner Wicker Basket Woodridge Nursing & Rehabilitation Hospital IN HONOR OF Jessica Morrill Sally Morrill
110 YEARS OF SERVING THE COASTAL BEND
CHRISTUS Spohn associates gather in July at Corpus Christi City Hall to be honored by Mayor Nelda Martinez and members of the City Council. July 26, 2015, was declared “CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Day” by special proclamation, highlighting the contributions CHRISTUS Spohn has made to the community.
CHRISTUS Spohn Health System celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2015, honoring the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and Dr. Arthur E. Spohn, as well as thousands of current associates. On July 26, 1905, the doors of the first Spohn Hospital opened on North Beach in Corpus Christi. The Sisters were there to greet and care for the first patient. Dr. Spohn was there, too. It was he who had the vision to build a hospital where he could care for the 7,000 residents of Corpus Christi at the time. Fourteen years later, a devastating hurricane destroyed the building, killing four people, including one Sister. In 1923, a 50-bed Spohn Hospital on Third Street was dedicated. That facility is now known as CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Shoreline. The original efforts of the Sisters and Dr. Spohn helped to build up what today is CHRISTUS Spohn Health System. We are proud to carry on the tradition of our founders to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ in the Coastal Bend. It remains our honor and privilege to serve the families and communities of South Texas. 444 READ MORE AT CHRISTUSSPOHNFOUNDATION.ORG
Kathy Acuna Anonymous Anonymous Nancy Beauchamp and Dr. Drake Beauchamp Naomi E. Blackburn Karen and Richard Bonner Pam and Charles R. Brower Carolyn Brown Misty D. Burns Tom Carlisle Michelle Casper Estela and Luis Chapa Barbara Dake Arnetta and Steven Daniel Leta Dannelley Fred Deases Diana and Harry W. Hamilton Foundation Elinor and Ben A. Donnell Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kennedy Foundation Kelly A. Elkins Liza Esparza Diane and Thomas A. Gates Gulf Shore Anesthesia Associates, PA Cherlynn A. Guy Kenneth D. Haynes Donna Hennig Barbara A. Herro Herndon Plant Oakley Ltd. John G. Kenedy, Jr. Charitable Trust Janet and Al Jones Carol and Sammy Kins Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC
Mary and Ron LaFrancois Ismael Leal, Jr. Margie and Matthew Lohmeier Judy and Fred E. Long Lou Adele and Robert A. May Courtney C. McLain Carol McLaughlin and Dr. Thomas J. McLaughlin Michele Mora-Trevino Sandra Moreno Rick Morin Maureen Mungia Shannon Musial Sharon Naismith and Dr. Robert A. Naismith Diane L. Pawlak Michael A. Perez Cesar A. Ponce Becky Rios Riviera Telephone Company, Inc. Marsha and Gregg Robertson Pamela Robertson and Lauren Robertson Gordy Phyllis Roseman and Rabbi Kenneth D. Roseman Joyce Sanchez Karen J. Siemssen Shari Smith Melinda R. Soliz Sissy and Richard P. Thomas Karen and Larry Urban Jen and Will Vogt Lorraine Volk and Dr. Chuck Volk Allison Webster and Dr. Robert A. Webster Yvonne H. Simard Foundation
IN HONOR OF Sr. Margaret Mannion The Lynch-Enger Family Charitable Fund Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program IN MEMORY OF Michael W. Snyder Linda and Keith E. Arnold IN MEMORY OF Matthew J. Ahern Celina R. Fetty IN HONOR OF Mary LaFrancois Pamela S. Robertson Xavier Villarreal Maria E. Chapa Steven G. Daniel Tiffany and David LeMonte IN MEMORY OF Blanche Olsen Cynthia and Dale H. McDonald IN MEMORY OF Blanche Olsen Willa and Charles W. Thomasson IN MEMORY OF Blanche Olsen Sammie H. Grunwald IN MEMORY OF Blanche Olsen Betsy and Robert B. Dorrell IN MEMORY OF Blanche Olsen Anna and John T. Wright, Jr.
IN MEMORY OF Dean E. Webster Linda and William B. Powell
Ellen Faye Novak David Pitts Veeva Presnell Wayne Rogers Nolan Ryan Joel A. Soliz IN HONOR OF Idella Strubart Stephen J. Kleberg Sr. Kathleen Coughlin Marion Underbrink Heather WisePhillip M. Plant man-Lyons Dr. David A. Miller Lisa Wiseman Dr. Humberto R. Kurt Wiseman Bruschetta Dr. Robert R. Murphy John Zuber Paul W. Heath Gus T. Canales Frank P. Horlock, Jr. Barry G. Andrews Sr. Elizabeth Smith Brooke Bagby CARDIAC REHAB J.T. Bagby SERVICES Tom Bagby IN HONOR OF Rebecca Bagby CHRISTUS Spohn Lee M. Bass Hospital Shoreline Tamara S. Berry Cardiac Rehab P. M. Bolton Richard Avila Gloria Chaddick Carole Breust Roy Cantu Guadalupe and Patrick G. Duffy Lucio Contreras Jessica Egan Nathan East Mark W. Erwin Anonymous Keith Escoe Thomas W. Gaddis Doris Greenwell Alva E. Gonzalez Jason Haas Glenda and William Kurt Haas Gregorcyk Liza Haas Hazel C. Grimes Tom Haas Charlotte and Ann Hodges Thomas Groner, Sr. Roy Horlock Gilbert Hernandez Joe Jernigan Gary and Lester Alan Karotkin Homan Bob Kendrick Diane and John Tony Kunitz LaRue Kathy Kennedy Mary L. Prosperi Hugh L. McColl Phyllis Roseman and Risa McDonald Rabbi Kenneth D. Adam Mesinger Roseman Jay Mesinger Juan M. Saenz Joshua Mesinger Diane Sehy Patrick E. Pattillo Pat and Sam J. Susser Emil Mesinger
Thomas C. Valentine UBS Financial Services Inc. Judith Wilt
2015 PROFILES IN GIVING: THE BULL FAMILY
IN HONOR OF Richard Milton Sharon Robinson
CHRISTUS SPOHN CANCER CENTER Robert S. Black
IN HONOR OF William F. Morgan Randy Osteen IN MEMORY OF Paul S. Tilton Louanne Tilton
CHRISTUS SPOHN CAREVAN
Linda and Burt Bull, with their son, Dillard
South Texas poses a variety of hazards for those working the brush country range on horseback.
However, sometimes even the smallest of critters can have the most detrimental of impacts — something the Bull family, Church of the Good of Riviera, knows all too well. Shepherd After a fall from horseback on a ranch near Premont, DilGulf Marine Fabricators lard Bull was taken to CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Kleberg’s Employee Foundation Trauma Room A, which, in a twist of fate, was donated three Courtney C. McLain years earlier by Linda and Burt Bull and Kathy and Billy Saul, Nueces Charities, Inc. in honor of Alfonso Abundo, Dillard’s grandfather. Priscilla Stange “You don’t think about it at the time when you donate, and that’s not the reason we gave, but it did help out our family,” CHRISTUS says Burt. SPOHN Linda said it was a twist of fate that her son received care in FOUNDATION the room bearing his grandfather’s name. ENDOWMENT “The doctors and nurses provided us with excellent care and Severo S. Aguilar, Jr. it wasn’t until afterward that they realized who we were and saw Olga and Luis Alaniz that our names were on the plaque outside the trauma room. Barry G. Andrews We didn’t even realize the significance (of the plaque) at the Paula and Frank time,” says Linda. “The doctors were thanking Burt and me, but Armstrong and Wilma at the same time, we were thanking them for the excellent care Dean we received.” Richard Avila “Donations support CHRISTUS Spohn, but more imporRobert H. Bailey, Jr. tantly they support our community.” Brenda B. Baker Lydia P. Benitez
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Nanette and Frederick D. Bigelow Lynne Blackler Glenda L. Boehk Bonilla Investments Karen and Richard Bonner Pam and Charles R. Brower Paula and Gerald Bru Juanita and Noe T. Cadena Marjorie A. Chavez Coastal Bend Community Foundation Guadalupe and Lucio Contreras Linda Copado Rincon Maria Luisa G. Cortez Don R. Costa June A. Cotton Patricia R. Cypher Joyce and Mike Davidson Becky Davis Carmen G. Diaz Rachel and Richard Dingel Donald Drummond Nina Dubose Nathan East Anita H. Eisenhauer D. Scott Elliff Syble Elliott Neva and Myron Fenner Anonymous Rev. J.J. Fox, Jr. Frances and Terry L. Frizzell Thomas W. Gaddis Juan A. Garza Veronica M. Garza Martha Soliz Gonzalez Noe H. Gonzalez Maria Gonzalez Arnold M. Greaves
Glenda and William A. Gregorcyk Hazel C. Grimes Don Guajardo Laura and Baldemar Gutierrez Dianne Hanelt J. B. Hansen Susan and Carl J. Harper The Herbert A. Train and Anne Swiff Train Endowment Fund Opal A. Hill Gary and Lester C. Homan Charles “Pete” Hornsby Josephine P. Hurd Robert E. Jenkins, Jr. Joan and Fred M. Jennings Dalia M. Johnson Isla M. Jones Rosemary Khooshabi Mary Lou and Herman Kunze Lee R. Lanphier Diane LaRue Lynne and Kelly J. Lassig David L. Levy Diane E. Lewandowski Georgia and Dick Marshall Lou Adele and Robert A. May Joe D. McCauley, Jr. Donald “Doggy” McClure Alice and William N. McIntyre Jerrie McTeer and Dr. William E. McTeer George W. Mercer Jennifer Mullins Jose Ochoa Leoniza R. Ortiz Randy Osteen Otis Peaks
Carolyn and Daniel A. Pedrotti Laureen and Michael S. Pedrotti Cecilia V. Pena Eva and George Perez Mack Ray, III LaRae Riddick Rebecca Rios Billie Rives Pamela S. Robertson and Lauren Robertson Gordy Sharon Robinson Estanislao H. Rosas Phyllis Roseman and Rabbi Kenneth D. Roseman Dr. Manuel Salinas, Jr. Merle K. Schillo Charlotte and John L. Schultz Eulia and John W. Scroggs Lynn H. Shaw Amanda G. Sherard Mardell and Herman A. Solle, Jr. Pat and Sam J. Susser Alice I. Sutherland Lupita Thompson and Gustavo Gonzalez Charles Timmons Eda M. Travland Brenda Van Zandt Melva Walat Carla Wallace Jane and Harry M. Warren, Jr. Evangel S. Wilder Dr. Erma C. Wilson and Elmer C. Wilson Susan and Gary Wilson Warren Wishnack Judy Woodson and Dr. Ronald C. Woodson SanJuana Ybarra
CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITAL-ALICE
Alice High School CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice Volunteers CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Alice - ICU Barbara De Los Santos Rushing & Gonzalez Drug Melinda R. Soliz Sindy Trevino Jose A. Vela
CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITALMEMORIAL
CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-Memorial Volunteers IN HONOR OF T. Frank Smith Fast Facts, Inc. IN MEMORY OF Marguerite Ross Claire Goodrich-Boren
CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITALSHORELINE
CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-Shoreline Volunteers IN HONOR OF CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Shoreline Cath Lab Stryker Sustainability Solutions
CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITAL-SOUTH CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-South Volunteers
IN MEMORY OF Lem A. Burnside CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-South Volunteers
CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITALKLEBERG
IN HONOR OF James R. (Ronnie) Walters Claire Goodrich-Boren Josie Ayala Angelica Bars Katharine Boyd IN HONOR OF CHRISTUS Spohn Alison Brown Hospital-Memorial Amanda Canales Spiritual Care Chap- CHRISTUS Spohn lains Hospital-Kleberg Margaret and Darrell Volunteers Thompson Coldwell Banker Homestead Properties, Inc.
Gloria Cuellar Sonya Delapaz Anna Florante Linda Garcia Lee Ana Garcia Leigh Garcia Sam Gonzalez Linda and Richard Hahn Marivi Hocson Elle Jimenez Liza Johnson Kingsville C & A Kleberg Bank Kerrilee Lopez Briseida Mendoza Penny Merriman Nora Montemayor Jeri Morey Navy Army Community Credit Union Nueces Electric Cooperative Rebecca Perkins Steve Perkins Betty Perkins Rhonda Remmers Lycie Rivero Patricia Lewis Zoch Children’s Foundation Riviera Telephone Company, Inc. Terri Rodgers Sandra Rodriguez Mary Rubio Mariana Ruiz Cecilia Sears Norma Solis Crystal Solomon South Texas Charity Weekend, Inc. Kay Stiles Shurie Thorne Young’s Pizza
CHRISTUS SPOHN LYCEUM
AEP Texas Peggy and Avinash Ahuja Dr. Stephen Almond and Suzanne Almond American Bank Nelwyn Anderson Andrews Distributing Company Judith and Harry Anthony Dr. Donald Anthony and Suzanne Anthony Paula and Frank Armstrong Linda and Keith Arnold Martha and James Avery Nan Bailey Barcom Construction Inc. Bay Ltd, a Berry Company B. E. Beecroft Co., Inc. Courtenay and Marty Berry Bloomberg Philanthropies Blossom Shop Betty and Tom Bomar Nannette Borden Nancy Bowen Patsy and Garnett Brooks Julie Buckley Yolanda and Tony Canales Carlisle Insurance Dr. Carmen Casas and Dr. George Magel Louise Chapman CHRISTUS Health CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Dr. Charles S. Clark, Jr. and Jan Clark Judy and Jamey Clement Coastal Cardiology Association, PLLC
Snyder & Associates Sound Physicians 296 Southlake LTD Celika Storm Deana and Paul Strunk Steve Sullivan Susser Family Foundation Alice Sutherland Susan and Donald Taft Frances and Felix Tapp Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi Dr. and Mrs William J. Tinnell Jen Vogt, past Chairwoman of the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation Board of Directors, asks Brenda and John T. Charles Krauthammer a question at the 2015 CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Lyceum. Tollett, III Bonnie and L.J. Cohen Shawn and Gary Pam and Richard Leshin Omni Corpus Christi Hotel Janna and Kirkby Corpus Christi Groesbeck Lynn and Kelly Lassig Orion Drilling Company, Townsend/ Caller-Times Gulf Shore Anesthesia Dr. Robert Q. Lewis and LLC Professional Corpus Christi Produce Associates, PA Susan Lewis Sarah and Kenneth Controllers Company, Inc./ Diana W. Hamilton Estate Linda K. Jordan & Parsons Uranium Energy Corp Margaret Jataine Dr. Marty Hanisch and Associates Linda and Robert Pate Karen and Larry Urban Dr. John Cram and Ticia Hanisch Judy and Fred E. Long Pathology Associates of Valero Bill Greehey Janet Cram Harbor Parking Frank Malek Corpus Christi, LLP Refineries Becky and David Crow David Hatridge Dr. John Mason Plains Capital Bank Vishal Raju Bhagat Elinor and Ben Donnell Mildred B. Hayek Carroll P. Matthews Port of Corpus Christi Foundation Dugan Eye Institute H-E-B Lou Adele and Robert Authority Jen and Will Vogt Drs. Catherine E. Dulak Marian and John O. May Judy and William Pressley and Apu Bhattacharya Heldenfels, Sr. Leslie McClanahan Norma and Mike Pusley Dr. Charles T. Volk and Lorraine Volk Ed Hicks Family Herndon Plant Oakley LTD Katheryn and William Quest Diagnostics Dr. Gordon Welch and of Dealerships Judith and Raymond McCord Radiology & Imaging Debi Welch Amy and Tim Ehrman Hoelscher Linda McKenna of South Texas, LLP Whataburger Energy XXI Betty Jones Dr. Thomas McLaughlin Elizabeth Chu Richter Restaurants, Inc. Entrust, Inc. Stephen Karp and Carol McLaughlin and David Richter C. C. Winn Family Nancy and Ben Eshleman The John G. & Marie The Larry and Pat Cheryl and Sid FESCO/Phyllis and Stella Kenedy McNeil Foundation Ridlehuber IN HONOR OF Bill Findley Memorial Foundation Meredith Morrill Riviera Telephone The Honorable Todd Alice Ann and Jerry Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Sally and George Morrill II Company, Inc. Hunter, Texas House Fischer Kennedy Foundation NavyArmy Community Marsha and Gregg of Representatives Flint Hills Resources Dr. Paul A. Kennedy, Jr. Credit Union Robertson Drs. Veena and Cornelia Freeman and Susan Kennedy Norton Rose Fulbright Alice Sallee Vishnu Reddy Fulton Coastcon Carol and Alex Kirkland US LLP Keleigh and Stuart General Contractors Kleberg Bank Patti and Hank Nuss Sasser IN HONOR OF Linda and Francis Janell and Stephen Obstetrical & Terria and Michael B. Louise Chapman Gandy “Tio” Kleberg Gynecological Schmidt Gentry Company Dee and Ted Mary and Ron Associates of Cathy and Jack Scholl Sally Gill LaFrancois Corpus Christi Connie and Mike Scott Stephens
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Honoring Our Caregivers
National Doctors’ Day — celebrated annually on March 30 — highlights the vital roles that physicians play in our everyday lives, serving as a way to thank them for their contributions to the community’s health and well-being. CHRISTUS Spohn Health System is proud to celebrate and honor its caregivers who provide essential services across South Texas. DOCTORS’ DAY DONORS
Severo S. Aguilar Jr. Olga and Luis Alaniz Olga and Luis Alaniz Joe L. Ambriz Barry Andrews Paula and Frank Armstrong Mary Arriola Robert Ashlock Brenda B. Baker Nanette and Frederick Bigelow Lynne Blackler Glenda L. Boehk Bonilla Investments Karen and Richard Bonner Margie and James Brooke Richard Brown Paula and Gerald Bru Dora Byington Juanita and Noe Cadena Carol and Joseph Calusio Gloria East Cave Marjorie A. Chavez Ronna Coleman Henry and Betty Contreras Linda Copado Rincon Maria Luisa G. Cortez Felicia Costa and Dr. Don Costa June A. Cotton
Patricia Cypher Mike and Joyce Davidson Becky Davis Pedro DeHaro Rachel and Richard Dingel Juan G. Dominguez, Jr. Nina Dubose Anita Holt Eisenhauer Elva Elizondo D. Scott Eliff Syble Elliott Neva and Myron Fenner Irma A. Fenner Sam Ferris, Jr. Virginia Gayle and Marvin Filla Mary Floger and Family Lucille Forsyth Rev. J.J. Fox, Jr. Sharon E. Friesen Jo Ann Frisco Frances and Terry Frizzell Margaret C. Ganey, RN Donald Garnett Paul Garza Veronica M. Garza Juan A. Garza Lynda Gauntt Stella N. Gonzales Lupita and Gustavo Gonzalez Martha S. Gonzalez Maria C. Gonzalez Noe H. Gonzalez Penny and Red Gordon Sammie H. Grunwald
Don Guajardo Charlene and Billie Gunter Laura and Baldemar Gutierrez Ramona H. Gutierrez Dianne Hanelt J.B. Hansen Marilee F. Hardcastle Susan and Carl Harper Erin Hazlewood Pedro A. Hernandez, Sr. Opal Hill Charles “Pete” Hornsby Josephine Hurd Patricia Janosek Robert E. Jenkins, Jr. Joan and Fred Jennings Stephanie Jetton Brezina Dalia M. Johnson Isla M. Jones Elizabeth Kevil Rosemary Khooshabi Mary Lou and Herman Kunze Fidel V. Labeaga Lee Lanphier Olga and Sam Lara and Mom Lynne and Kelly Lassig Ed Ledwig Mary Joyce Lemma Margaret and D.L. Levy Diane Lewandowski Erika Lochner Gracie Luis Sylvia T. Maldonado Velma and Jerry
Martinez Joe D. McCauley, Jr. Donald (Doggy) McClure Alice and William McIntyre George Mercer George Mercer Jennifer Mullins Emma and Esiquiel Mungia Jose Ochoa Betsy O’Lavin Leoniza R. Ortiz Janie Palacios Barbara Paterson Otis Peaks Dan and Carolyn Pedrotti Mike and Laureen Pedrotti Cecilia V. Pena Eva and George Perez Maria and Israel S. Quintanilla Noemi V. Ramirez Mack Ray Joye and George Reed LaRae Riddick Rebecca Rios Billie Rives Pamela Robertson Linda and Rick Roekle Estanislao H. Rosas Alma M. Saenz Rolando Salazar Rolando Salazar Manuel Salinas, Jr. Charlotte and John Schultz
Eulia and John W. Scroggs Gary and Susan Sharpe Lynn Shaw Amanda G. Sherard Sarah J. Shugart and Bruce M. Shugart Linda S. Snyder Mardell and Herman Solle Priscilla Stange Judith and Otto Stedronsky Elizabeth Susser Alice B. Sutherland Martha Syrett Charles Timmons Eda M. Travland Karen Urban Brenda Van Zandt Linda M. Vance Melva Walat Carla Wallace Jane and Harry Warren Anneliese Weigel Mary Welch Laurie Weldy Evangel Wilder Dr. Erma H. Wilson and Elmer Wilson Gary and Susan Wilson Warren Wishnack Daryl Womack Judy and Ronnie Woodson Angela Wyatt SanJuana Ybarra Matsue Young Millie Zalim
DOCTORS’ DAY TRIBUTES
IN HONOR OF Dr. Victor B. Ortiz Mrs. Teralea D. Jones Dr. Joseph A. Larakers Dr. Charles S. Clark Dr. Paul W. Heath Dr. Gordon R. Welch Dr. Ronald C. Woodson Dr. David P. Petros Dr. Bill Albarado Dr. Vijay K. Bindingnavele Dr. Victor B. Ortiz Dr. Jeffrey R. Schlimmer Dr. Ajay Sehgal Dr. Travis Thompson Dr. George Benavidez Dr. Leroy A. Boriack Dr. Roxanne V. Doucet Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Alan A. Nisbet Dr. Osbert Blow Dr. Rishi T. Dholakia Dr. Nelly I. Garcia Blow Dr. David Johnson Dr. Kimberly Leeson Dr. Jimie D. Owsley Dr. David Donald Dr. Charles R. Kirkham Dr. Alfonso V. Villamil Dr. Robert W. Bruce Dr. Osbert Blow Dr. Morgan Campbell Dr. Charles S. Clark Dr. John T. Dugan
Dr. Paul W. Heath Dr. Robert A. Naismith Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Ronald C. Woodson Dr. Joseph A. Larakers Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Jerome K. Hemmert Dr. Jack A. Sahadi Dr. James M. Neff Dr. Sergio Tavares Dr. Robert S. Mitchell Dr. Robert L. Fordtran Dr. Diane R. Biery Dr. Allyson C. Larkin Dr. Frederick R. Sherron Dr. David F. Sutter Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Travis V. Crocker Mr. Kevin Giacontiere Dr. Jerry D. Hunsaker Dr. Justin Klimisch Dr. Claude A. McLelland Dr. Andres Nisimblat Dr. Pedro P. Torres Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Paul W. Heath Dr. Jeffrey Lozano Dr. Cynthia G. Salloum Dr. Thomas Wilder Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Sergio Tavares Dr. Ryan Thomas Dr. Renu Dhar Dr. Maria Pizarro Dr. Jose M. Ugarte Dr. Cesar A. Albarracin Dr. Carlos E. Martinez-Quinonez Dr. Salim R. Surani Dr. Jason Barnes Dr. Yvonne Manalo Dr. Mohamad A. Ghraowi Dr. Matthew K. Steehler Dr. Amanda M. McBride Dr. Jimie D. Owsley
Dr. Ester Pollard Dr. Adrienne M. Tinana Dr. Rene R. Acuna Dr. Shamim Badruddin-Mawji Dr. Srikanth Damaraju Dr. Jerry D. Hunsaker Dr. Samuel D. Oloyo Dr. Gregg L. Silverman Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Charles Gregory Dr. J. P. Moran Dr. George Benavidez Dr. Julian A. Sanchez Dr. Alejandro Lopez Dr. Carl H. Aeby Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. John T. Dugan Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Martin E. Hanisch Dr. James C. Hines Dr. Claude A. McLelland Dr. Pradyumna C. Mummady Dr. Nestor Praderio Dr. Steven Vela Dr. Gilberto Sosa Dr. Elmer Ireton Dr. Paul W. Heath Dr. Victor B. Ortiz Dr. Charles J. Schechter Dr. William L. Shaffer Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Lalitha M. Janaki Dr. Gerard W. Boynton Dr. Roberto Diaz Dr. Avegiyel Dunn Dr. Michael A. Dunn Dr. Faisal Khan Dr. Joseph A. Larakers Dr. Christian N. Okpalo Dr. Vicente Y. Sanchez Dr. Kimberly D. Stewart Dr. Mark W. Geneser Dr. Norbert C. Brehm Dr. Rafael L. Berio-Muniz Dr. Marco A. Elizondo
Dr. John M. Morales Dr. Julian A. Sanchez Dr. Fabricio Zuniga-Acosta Dr. Charles J. Schechter Dr. Pedro P. Torres Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. Raymond B. Acebo Dr. Alejandro Lopez, Jr. Dr. Travis V. Crocker Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Richard B. Barber Dr. Osbert Blow Dr. Brent Dressler Dr. John D. McKeever Dr. Jimie D. Owsley Dr. Salvador Zamora Dr. Gilberto Sosa Dr. Daniel Acosta Dr. Gerald R. Dorsey Dr. Frederick R. Sherron Dr. Gilberto Sosa Dr. Baldemar Covarrubias Dr. Sultana A. Khimani Dr. Albert C. Kline Dr. Julian A. Sanchez Dr. Srikanth Damaraju Ms. Melissa Evans Dr. Pamela K. Smith Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Francisco A. Acebo Dr. Mark W. Geneser Dr. Ruben Pedraza Dr. Charles Breeling Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. Lorenzo F. Martin Dr. Robert May Dr. David A. Miller Dr. John J. Navar Dr. Blake B. Oâ€™Lavin Dr. John R. Pettigrove Dr. Bernard M. Seger Dr. Stephen A. Turner Dr. Richard C. Varin Dr. Paul H. Zanetti Dr. Tara Hahn Dr. Dwayne Edge
Dr. Paul E. Farek Dr. Charles J. Schechter Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Jose Lozano Dr. Raymond B. Acebo Dr. Wayne A. Fagan Dr. John R. Gouin Mr. Paul A. Reinhart Dr. David F. Sutter Dr. Gerard W. Boynton Dr. Arthur K. Chin Dr. Julian A. Sanchez Dr. Morgan Campbell Dr. Howard L. Smith Dr. Jacqueline E. Cohn Dr. Yvonne Manalo Dr. Maria Pizarro Dr. O. J. Rodriguez Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. Nicolas Hallick Dr. J. P. Moran Dr. Francisco A. Acebo Dr. Timothy D. Van Frank Dr. Mark W. Geneser Dr. Beverly L. Held Dr. Thomas M. Townsend Dr. Fabricio Zuniga-Acosta Dr. Arnoldo R. Villarreal Dr. Glenn L. Bugay Dr. Jonathan E. Martin Dr. Pamela K. Smith Dr. James B. Tyree Dr. Jose Lozano Dr. Coleen M. Madigan-Grillo Dr. Jonathan E. Martin Dr. Dawn Grosser Dr. Shah F. Islam Dr. Yvonne Manalo Dr. Michael G. Winnie Dr. John E. Schulze Dr. Shamim Badruddin-Mawji Dr. Diane R. Biery Dr. Denise Lochner Dr. Charles T. Volk
Dr. John B. Addison Dr. Salim R. Surani Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Mathew T. Alexander Dr. Isaac Chitrit Dr. Julian A. Sanchez Dr. Joseph A. Larakers Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. R. M. Nisbet Dr. Carmen C. Casas Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Gordon R. Welch Dr. Norbert C. Brehm Dr. Wayne A. Fagan Dr. Scott W. Howell Dr. Robert W. Madry Dr. William L. Shaffer Dr. Robert Caro Dr. Yvonne Hinojosa Dr. Kathleen R. Soch Dr. Kaycee Weaver Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. Raymond B. Acebo Dr. Jose M. Ugarte Dr. Jane O. Stafford Dr. Thomas Alexander Dr. Blanca L. Gray Dr. Ken Kikuchi Dr. Ravi Krishnan Dr. Karim Nooruddin Dr. Cynthia G. Salloum Dr. Cynthia G. Salloum Dr. Rafael L. Berio-Muniz Dr. Michael A. Dunn Dr. Gerard W. Boynton Dr. Jacqueline E. Cohn Dr. Paxton J. Longwell Dr. Jane O. Stafford Dr. David F. Sutter Dr. Sergio Tavares Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Benjamin D. Supnet Dr. Thomas M. Townsend Dr. David Donald
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Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Robert Morales Dr. Cynthia G. Salloum Dr. Richard B. Barber Dr. Alfredo Andaya Dr. Richard Chepey Dr. J. R. Cone Dr. Jacob J. Moore Dr. Sergio Tavares Dr. Charles J. Schechter Dr. John R. Pettigrove Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Billy Rios Dr. James D. Geddes Dr. Mohamad A. Ghraowi Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Bill Albarado Dr. Octavio Garcia Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Kimberly D. Stewart Dr. Raymond B. Acebo Dr. Mark Bielefeld Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. David Donald Dr. James D. Geddes Dr. Todd M. Weiss Dr. Andres Bonelli Dr. Gerard W. Boynton Dr. Dan F. Martin Dr. Fariba Zarinetchi Dr. Raymond H. Graf Dr. Kent E. Tompkins Ms. Melissa Evans Dr. Paul E. Farek Dr. Yvonne Manalo Dr. Glenn L. Bugay Dr. James R. Dinn Dr. John J. Navar Dr. Paul H. Zanetti Dr. Robert Morales Dr. Isaac Chitrit Dr. Jack L. Cortese Jennifer McLaughlin Dr. Raghujit Singh Dr. Terry R. Groff Dr. Burcham C. Fuqua Dr. Jacqueline E. Cohn
IMPACT OF GIVING: NEONATAL CARE Wesson Gill’s story is one of enduring love, solemn sadness and profound hope. It also is one buoyed by the dedication of CHRISTUS Spohn Health System to make a difference in caring for the Coastal Bend’s most fragile of patients. Sixteen weeks into her pregnancy, Logan Gill and her husband, Robert, discovered during a sonogram she was carrying twins. The flickering images also revealed that Wyatt, Wesson’s brother, wouldn’t survive the birth. The first-time parents and a devoted medical team focused on their faith and their determination to keep Wesson healthy. Delivered at 25 weeks and three days at CHRISTUS Wesson Gill Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi-South, Wesson faced extraordinary challenges in the weeks after his birth, spending months in the facility’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Wesson, who weighed less than a pound and a half and suffered from chronic lung disease, underwent heart surgery at 2 weeks of age. With his parents spending every waking moment by his side, Wesson’s condition gently improved in the weeks that followed, enough that Logan and Robert were faced with another difficult question: Who got the pleasure of holding their son more and sharing that priceless interaction? “Robert was able to feed him and bond with him a lot, but Mom usually won out,” says Logan. “What we appreciated most is how the doctors and nurses explained everything to us throughout the process and they let us stay with our son as long as we needed.” “We are grateful for the support we received from everyone at the hospital. Our family couldn’t have asked for better care.” 4READ MORE AT CHRISTUSSPOHNFOUNDATION.ORG
Parveen and Sunil Ahuja AHP Foundation Paula and Frank Armstrong Linda and Keith E. Arnold Behmann Brothers Foundation Nancy Beauchamp and Dr. Drake Beauchamp Col. Lloyd A. Bishop Bonilla Investments Karen and Richard Bonner Amy and Reagan Brown Brent Chesney CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-South Volunteers Coastal Bend Community Foundation Coastal Bend Title Services Laurie and Robert Cook Julie Dye and Dr. Mitchell Dye Joe Fahl Amanda and Beckham Fields Freedom Fitness Elizabeth Garza and Dr. Anthony C. Garza Diane and Tom Gates Samantha and Dos Gates Genevieve Gibson and Dr. Bruce Gibson Rosie and Richard Gingrich, Jr. Irene Gomez Sammie H. Grunwald
Macedonio M. Guerra Dr. Anthony N. Hein Christina Hernandez Lisa Kennedy Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation Pam and Richard L. Leshin Lisa and Kenneth Marbach Lydia Ann Channel Mooring Lindsey and Todd Pietsch Brandi and Walter F. Priestly Consuelo G. Rivera D. Westley Thomas Family Carla Wallace Jennifer and John Wallgren Adrienne and David Williams
AS GRATEFUL PATIENT Carmen G. Diaz
IN MEMORY OF
AS GRATEFUL PATIENT
IN MEMORY OF
IN MEMORY OF
IN HONOR OF Irene and Francis J. Jennifer McLaughlin Mardell and HerLenahan man A. Solle, Jr. IN MEMORY OF Sue and Ralph Carey IN HONOR OF Meredith K. Morrill Dr. Isaac Chitrit Mardell and Herman A. Solle, Jr. IN MEMORY OF
Anthony “Tony” Norman
Brenda and Ed Baker IN MEMORY OF Velma J. Turcotte
Karen and Richard Bonner IN MEMORY OF Laura McComb
Michelle and Bart H. Braselton IN MEMORY OF Randy, Michelle and Will Charba
Sue and Ralph Carey
Elena and Joe Payne
Laura McComb, Charles J. Schechter Leighton McComb and Andrew McRev. and Mrs. J.J. Comb Fox, Jr.
Elena and Joe Payne
IN MEMORY OF Laura McComb
Gigi and Kevin Hagedorn IN MEMORY OF
IN MEMORY OF Laura McComb
Sherry and David L. Rumley
IN HONOR OF Randy, Michelle Veronica Wenzel and Will Charba, Keleigh and Stuart and Laura McComb, Sasser Leighton McComb and Andrew McComb IN HONOR OF Paul, Merritt, Kate Dr. Paul W. Heath and Cuatro Kennedy
Mardell and Herman A. Solle, Jr.
IN MEMORY OF
Michelle and Randy Charba IN HONOR OF Meredith K. Morrill Dr. Raghujit Singh
IN MEMORY OF
Mardell and Herman A. Solle, Jr.
Maggie Nobbie IN MEMORY OF Randy, Michelle and Will Charba
AS GRATEFUL PATIENT Dr. William Swan
Elena and Joe Payne Note: List reflects gifts recorded in 2015
DOCTORS’ DAY TRIBUTES (CONTINUED)
Dr. Joseph A. Larakers Dr. Arturo V. Ramirez Dr. Gilberto Sosa Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Robert R. Holmes Dr. Joe A. Lewis Dr. Emile Salloum Dr. Vishnu Reddy Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Robert A. Webster Dr. Paul H. Zanetti Dr. Jerome A. LeeSang Dr. Kathleen R. Rasmussen Dr. Minh V. Nguyen Dr. Adriana M. Pop-Moody Dr. Juan F. Santos Dr. Ronald C. Woodson Dr. Yvonne Manalo Dr. George Benavidez Dr. Brian L. Patterson Dr. Robert M. Tschauner Dr. Vip Mangalick Dr. Jackson C. Chen Dr. Yvonne Hinojosa Dr. Scott P. Krall Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Russell D. Borth Dr. Beverly L. Held Dr. John P. Schulze Dr. Eisen J. Espina Dr. Nestor Praderio Dr. James M. Neff Dr. Charles T. Volk Dr. Stephen H. Ware Dr. Cathy Cole-Perez Dr. Marian K. Hendricks Dr. Mark G. Strauss Dr. James Demberg Dr. Mark G. Strauss Dr. George Benavidez Dr. Thomas R. Dietze Dr. William C. Flores
Dr. John Carmichael Dr. Scott W. McKinstry Dr. David P. Petros Dr. William W. Burgin Dr. George H. Fisher Dr. Paul W. Heath
DR. EDWIN B. GRONER NURSING EXCELLENCE FUND
IN HONOR OF Dr. Edwin Ben Groner John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation
Alice High School Robstown Volunteer Fire Department First Community Bank Catholic Charities Monday Forum American Bank H-E-B Surfside Sandwich Shop Corpus Christi Road Runners Scuttlebutt’s Seafood Bar & Grill First Community Bank London Independent School District Four Chicks in the Park Radiology & Imaging of South Texas Texas High School Rodeo Association, Region VIII Marie and Dr. Thomas Alexander Julie Bird Cindy M. Dreier Robert R. Fox Amber Monse
Nora Ochoa Jose Olivarez, III Jacqueline Orchard Catherine Pope Manette and Richard F. Scanio Ellen Scott Cynthia Segrest Terri Sweeney Christina M. Trevino Jr. Phillip A. Wright
2015 IMPACT OF GIVING: CHRISTUS SPOHN HOSPITAL-KLEBERG
IN HONOR OF Laura E. Adams Corpus Christi Area Retired Teachers Association IN MEMORY OF Julia R. Wilkey Erin R. Hazlewood IN HONOR OF Helen Walsh Cathleen M. Hervey IN MEMORY OF Martha L. Houston Sarah L. Merritt
GIVING FROM WITHIN
Karolyn Abbott Janie Abrego Jessica Acosta Patricia Acosta-Saenz Kathy Acuna Minerva Adame Johnny Adame Sylvia J. Adame Noreen Adame Ninfa G. Adams Catherine Agor Shannon Aguilar Kristina M. Ainsworth Christina Alaniz Melissa Alaniz Monica Alaniz-Valdez
Bill Colston Jr. and his wife, Judy, joined Dr. Martin Boyd in July at an open house to show off the renovations to the Labor and Delivery wing.
CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Kleberg unveiled multiple renovations in 2015, helping to set the stage for continued quality health care in the Kingsville area. In July, hospital administrators were proud to show off more than $600,000 in renovations to the Labor and Delivery wing. The renovations, made possible by proceeds from the annual South Texas Charity Weekend, included new flooring and furniture, with a focus on improving the comfort and safety of delivery rooms and newborn care areas. The upgrades also include a remodeled nurse’s station and artwork throughout the delivery unit. In November, the community gathered to see the expanded Colston Family Physical Rehabilitation and Wellness Center. The Center, which was moved to the second floor, features a new track, more gym equipment and a health bar. The renovations were made possible by generous contributions from the Colston family and the South Texas Charity Weekend.
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION 2015 REPORT ON GIVING
Fe Albarracin Danny Alemania Reyaan Ali Victoria Allen Lina L. Allen Deborah Allen Gloria Alvarado Melissa C. Alvarez Sabrina Alvord Lina Amador Gere Amaro Andrea M. Anderson Cecilia Angeles Christian Angeli Selina Anguiano Angelita Antunez Robin Appleby Dana Aranda Linda Arausa Margie Arevalo Edward George (from left), Henry Corkill, Leta Dannelley and Bobby Devera stand with Jose Arispe the â€œlearning skeletonâ€? in patient rehab at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital-Memorial. The Irene Armendariz skeleton was purchased using Memorial Giving From Within funds. Carol Anne Arnall Heather Beavers Cheryl Braun Deborah O. Camarillo Maricela Carter Martha Arneson Anita Becerra David Bray Nora Campbell LaRae Carvajal Linda R. Arnold David Bell Melissa Brewer Terri Campos Aaron Casares Veronica Arreola Gloria Benavides Megan Brewer Tere Canales CASH Donations Melissa Asevedo Vickie Bennett Kathryn Brinsdon Oscar Canales Angelita R. Casillas Norma Atwood Loraine Bernal Robert Briseno Robin Canchola Linda Castaneda Susan Auldridge Lilia G. Bernal Lois Ann Broden Maria N. Cannon Gloria Castaneda Juanita Ayala Micaela X. Bernard Rosa Brodhead Cynthia A. Cano Vivian Castaneda-Lopez Kathryn Babiak Kenysha Bernard Sheryl Brown Valerie T. Cano Michelle Castellanos Antonietta Baguio-Yost Bev Betnar Cecilia Brown Heidi Cantrell Eloisa Castillo Elsa Balboa Vandana Bhakta Alison M. Brown Rosa Ana Cantu Elda Castillo Margaret Baldeschwiler Diane R. Biery Rachel Browning Imelda Cantu Delma Castillo Jamira Baniqued Ammie Bishop Cyrus Bryant Cathy L. Cappadonna Irma Castillo Maria Banuelos Naomi E. Blackburn Leticia O. Bueno Deana Carey Dorscilla Castro Chauna Barnes Lynne Blackler Gino Bunuan Verial L. Carrasco Michelle S. Castro Betty Barrera Janet Blake Timothy C. Burgin Joann M. Carreon Sarah Castro Diana Barrera Ramiro Blanco Larry Burk Marissa M. Carrillo Flora Mae Catapang Rosa L. Barrera Christopher Bode Debbie Burk Belinda Carrillo Eliza Cavazos Arnoldo Barrera Karen O. Bonner Mary Butler Connie Carrion Gloria Cavazos Amy Barrios Trevor Bonser Steven Butler Angie Carrion Martha Cavazos Dorris Barry Kimberly Boone Rosario Bynum Mary Ann Carrion Stanette Cavazos Edward Barton Jeni Boren Samantha Caceres Susan Carroll Carla Cavazos-Sanchez Christine Battles George Bost Nelda Caceres Amy Carroll-Allen Lucille Cervantes Crystal A. Bazan Leticia Bowden Gail Cage Sherry Carr-Smith Kelley Bazemore Michelle M. Cervantes Paul Bean Pamela Bradshaw DeWayne Cagle Cynthia Carson Keara T. Chapa
Ludivina Chapa Victoria Chapa Mary Chapa Maria E. Chapa Ray A. Chapa Sheila Chatman Marjorie A. Chavez Maria Chavez Anna J. Chen Angeli Christian Tony Churchwell Patricia A. Clark Ana Luisa Clark Ramon Claveria Cathy Colley Angelita Collins Consuelo Colunga Sofia Conley Sonia Contreras Humberto W. Contreras Angel Contreras Sandra J. Coombes Edgar Corkill April E. Cortinas Lisa D. Cox Donald R. Crocker Monika Crooke Venita Crow Monica Cruz Tanishia L. Cruz Natalie A. Cuellar Minerva Cueva Johnetta Cunningham Arnulfo Curiel Steven G. Daniel Leta Dannelley Oscar M. Davila Paul D. Davis Rachel T. Davis Margaret Davis John Daws Henry De Ases Edwin De Jesus Gloria De La Cruz Elisa De La Garza Eva De La Paz Norma De La Rosa Jocelyn de los Angeles
Barbara A. De Los Santos Deborah DeAlejandro Karen Dearson Winifred Dekreij Clemencia Del Barrio Yolanda Deleon Mary Helen Deleon Evonne Deleon Christopher L. Dematt Fe Demecillo Elvira C. DeTorres Patricia L. Diaz Armando Diaz Melinda Diaz Margarita Diaz Dolores Dickson Bonita Dillen Melissa S. Dilworth Lisa Dixson Norma B. Donnell Terrilyn Doyle Maria Duenes Jerry S. Dugan Rosario Duran Stephanie Durham Jane G. Dykes Alicia Elizalde Kelly A. Elkins Syble Elliott Melissa Elliott Thomas J. Enright Iris Escamilla Desarae L. Escamilla Norma Escobar Maria A. Escobar Elsa Escobar Griselda Escobar Monica Esparza Liza Esparza Juanita Espindola Ernesto Espino Esmeralda Espinoza Virginia Esquivel Clarissa Esquivel Aimee Evans Bethany R. Everett Linda Faith
Melissa Falcon Jenna Farris Vania E. Feijoo Gloria A. Felan Terilyn Felty Karen D. Ferguson Yessica Fernandez Imelda Fichtner Catherine Fillmore Barbara Flato Jenny Fleming Margarita Flores Griselda Flores Armando Flores Emilia C. Flores Elda Flores Kay Foote Kathleen Frahm Maria R. Franco Norma Franco Tammie Franklin Maria M. Freitag Samantha K. Fritz Linda Frost Margie Fuentes Dora L. Fuentes Rosa Fuentes Nancy Gallardo
Lavonne L. Galvan Hector Galvan Veronica Galvan Deborah Galvan Jennifer Galysh Javier Gamboa Maria T. Gamboa Belinda A. Garcia Jaime Garcia Marlene Garcia Pamela Garcia Gina Garcia Annette Garcia Monica D. Garcia Brenda L. Garcia Adelia Garcia Veronica A. Garcia Monica Garcia Linda Garcia Marisol Garcia Hector Garcia Roy Garcia Armando Garcia Monica Garcia Juanita Garcia Robin D. Garcia Olivia J. Garcia Richard A. Garcia
Paula R. Goodman Cheryl Gordon Jamie M. Goyer Kaitlin L. Grace Laurie C. Graham Alison Gratzol Joyce Gray Michelle D. Green Jamie C. Greenwood Kathryn Griffiths Sammie H. Grunwald Corina Guajardo Donald R. Guajardo Jorge Guerra Petra Guerra Yvonne Guerra David Guerra Amy Lugo (left) and Kelly Warren with 2015 Irma Guerrero Giving From Within campaign prizes â€” a Steve Guillot cookie basket and Hooks tickets. Monica Gutierrez Sumer Gilbert Esmeralda Garcia Robert Gutierrez Roque Godines Yolanda Garcia Stephanie Gutierrez Concepcion L. Gomez Crystal Garcia Cherlynn A. Guy Corina Gomez Mary Ann Garcia Alicia Guyton Marina Gomez Gloria Garcia Marisa Haag Cynthia Gomez Debra Garza Lisa Hanley Jessica Gomez Ronald Garza Cynthia Hargens Fred Gomez Rosa Garza Amber Harrell Beatrice Gomez Veronica M. Garza Anna L. Harrington Audelia Gomez Cathy Garza In Sun Harris Sylvia R. Gomez Elma Garza Cynthia Hatcher Ramona Gomez Ruth Garza Crystal Heath Tandi K. Gonce Natalie G. Garza Sandra C. Heinen Mary Ann Gonzales Ovilio Garza Kay Helton Belinda Gonzales Greschina Garza Beverly Henderson Odilia Gonzalez Clementina Garza Donna Hennig Kimberly Gonzalez Heather Garza Dan Henry Jason Gonzalez Mel G. Garza Isabel Hernandez Angelica Gonzalez Ruben Garza Pete Hernandez Darlinda N. Gonzalez Belinda Annette Garza Amy Hernandez Jessica Gonzalez David Garza Annette Hernandez Corinne Gonzalez Nora S. Garza Judy Hernandez Janet Jean Gonzalez Laura Garza-Trebotich Odilia Hernandez Sylvia Y. Gonzalez Diane Gawlik Sam Hernandez Jr. Julia Gonzalez Virginia Gaytan Brenda Hernandez-Lopez Elva Gonzalez Tammy Gerberding Lynda L. Herrera Eva R. Gonzalez Noralina Gerus Lilia Herrera Graciela Gonzalez Carmen Gidrey Julianne Herrera
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION 2015 REPORT ON GIVING
Sylvia A. Herrera Barbara A. Herro Elizabeth A. Hester Loretta Hill Richard Hill Charlotte A. Hillin Ninfa Hinojosa Christina M. Hixson Ralph Hoffman Gerry Hoodye Monica Horbaczewski Georgia Hoskins Michael Howard Gessica Huber Esperanza Huerta Maria Hughes Steve Humada Kristine L. Hungate Cassidy Hunsaker Jerry Hurtado Glenda Hutton Tamara Ina Ashly Irujo Maria T. Jamora Cynthia Jaramillo Lisa Jarvis Alicia Jasso Bianca Jimenez Lilah Jimenez Maria Jimenez Janette E. Johns Yvette Johnson Carol E. Johnson Adaline Johnson Erik T. Johnson Sheri Johnston Leonora P. Jones Stephanie Jones Elizabeth A. Jones Gertrude Julot Malia L. Justice Byron Kachman Carolyn M. Kaspar Trang Kelsey Dana Kincaid Sheri Kinney Velma Kirbo Bill J. Kirk
Katy Kiser Ramona Knox Anne Kowalczyk Cecilia Kubanik Veronica Kuqi Amanda Kurtz Helen Kuti Mary LaFrancois Julie Lamkin Georgina Landin Jessica LaPlant Dolores Lara Mariam Lara Isla R. Lara Trudie L. LaRance Laci Lasater Homero Laso Tuan V. Le Mark Leach Ismael Leal David LeMonte Steven Lettman Elaine Letzkus Mary C. Lewis Dalia Licea Juanita A. Limon Matthew W. Lipsey Vanessa J. Littrell Erika Lochner Scott Lofland Matthew Lohmeier Debra Lomas Elsa Long Velma R. Longoria Christina Lopez Leticia Lopez Maria R. Lopez Brenda L. Lopez Sandra Lopez April N. Lopez Amelia Lopez Julia Lopez Virginia Lopez Michelle Lopez Allen Lowden Stephanie Loy Ninfa Lozano Jose Luis Lozano
Esmeralda Lugo Cynthia Luke Marin Luna Criselda Luna Esther Diane Mack Esmeralda Madrid Gina Magnaos Eric Magnusson Amanda Mahurin Crystal Maldonado Laura D. Maldonado Christina Maldonado Kimberly MalouffReynolds Samuel Mandel Helen Manibusan Luke Markert Sabrina Marquez Wanda Marshall Mario Martinez Amalia Martinez Daniel Martinez Esmeralda Martinez Norma S. Martinez George Martinez Irene Martinez Sylvia C. Martinez Eloisa Martinez Darline G. Martinez Marcy Martinez Debbie Martinez Joseph M. Martinez Laurie Martinez Venessa Martinez Sumiyo Martinez Laura E. Martinez Lisa Martinez Maricela MartinezKimbrell Andrew Martini Lyle Mathews Pennie Mathewson Anneliese Mathieson Keely Maxey Tanya McCandless Barbara McChester Carolyn McCreery Marjorie McKenzie
Courtney C. McLain Timothy McMahan Tera J. McNea Tyrone E. Mcneil Nancy McQuarrie Maria C. Medina Jose Medina Chris Medina Andrea Medrano Oneida Medrano Misty Mejorado Lisa Melendez Jo Ann T. Mendez Delia Mendez Tiffany Mendiola Brenda Mendoza Jessica Mercer Penny Merriman Debra L. Merritt Rachel A. Mesorana Debra Middleton Chris Miller Emily Miller Michelle Miller Vonda Miller Denise M. Mireles Patsy Mitchusson Emily Moench Rosalyn Mogamog Michelle Molina Susie Monsevais Rolando Montalvo Ramsey Montalvo Christine Montano Alva I. Montelongo Patricia Montelongo Isabel Montiel Corina P. Moore Mary Moore William Moore Daniella Morales Rachel Morales Cynthia Moralez Michele Mora-Trevino Oscar Moreno Lillian Moreno Irene Moreno Blanca Moreno
Esperanza P. Moreno Daniella S. Morin Rosa Marie Morin Stephanie Morin Joan Morris Crystal Moseley Melissa Moya Domingo Moya Mary Louise Moya Robert Muiruri Maureen Mungia Gabriel Muniz Diana Munoz Teresa R. Mura Jacob Murphy Kevin Myrick Jason Naranjo Andrea Navarro Dixie Navarro Lorraine A. Neil Tani Nelson Jean Nesmith Marisela Nevarez Jennifer Nunez Antonia Nunez Selena Obregon Susie M. Ochoa Cynthia Ocuna Jessica Olivarez Delia Olivarez Maria D. Olmeda San Juanita Olmeda Adeshola Olubode Christy Oâ€™Neill Isabel C. Orona Heather Orr Ray Ortega Silvana B. Ortega Marcos Ortiz Rebeca Ortiz Alvina I. Ortiz Roxana Ortiz Princess Oyibojoba Ada Pabon Jennifer K. Palacios Thomas Palacios Dariela Palomo Adam Paredes
Blanca Paredez Laura Parker Eileen Parr Felma Pastoriza David Pearson Karen Peck Yvonne Pena Olga L. Pena Annabelle Pena Nora Pena Rene Pena Annette Pena Lillian Perez Gilbert I. Perez Michael A. Perez Corina Perez Anna M. Perez Yolanda Perez Anita Perez Neida Perez Michelle Perez Priscilla Perez Laura Perkins Michael Perry Annette Petru Rebecca Pimentel Andrea Pina Julie Pina Maria E. Pitts Brianna Platz Mary C. Pollard Norma J. Posada Gracie Posey-Davila Linda A. Powell Jose Prado Kathleen Prater Vicky L. Quinones Gracie A. Quintanilla Gabriel Quintanilla Sandra A. Ramirez Juan Ramirez James Ramirez Pauline Ramirez Martha Ramirez Joe Ramon Jesse Ramon Vanessa Ramos Raymundo Ramos
Fulfilling CHRISTUS Spohnâ€™s mission is a team effort, calling on physicians, nurses, volunteers and others who go the extra mile to make patients feel comfortable and secure. They are Healing Heroes, and we invite you to help us recognize them. Each of our Heroes you choose to honor through a tax-deductible gift will receive notification of your kind tribute and a certificate signifying the important role they played in your care. Yadira Ramos Leticia Ramos Dora Ramos Ruth Ramos Jackie Ramos-Mendez Norma Real Wesley Reitz Immelda Reyes Cindy Reyes Monica D. Reyna Chavez Betty Rhodes Rianne Ricarte Mary Richards Dianne Richmond Carrie Rickman Margot Rios Kayla Rios Maricela Rios Rebecca B. Rios Arthur Rios Nancy L. Rios Marissa G. Rios Erica Rios-Garza Donna Rivas Gina Rivera Monica Rivera Rachel Rivera Edna Rivera Elvira Rivera Maggie Rivera Gracie Rives Linda Roberts Pamela S. Robertson Marilou Robinson Norma Jean Robles Nelda J. Robles
Raquel Rocha Kourtney Rodrigue Monica Rodriguez Michelle Rodriguez Sylvia A. Rodriguez Hilda Rodriguez Irma S. Rodriguez Linda C. Rodriguez Josephine Rodriguez Silverio Rodriguez Jennifer L. Rodriguez Joe Rodriguez Priscilla Rodriguez Lisa Rodriguez Kelli Rogers Sharon Rogers Cassandra Romero Anna Maria Romero Estella Rubio Teresa T. Ruiz Juan Ruiz Ricardo Ruiz Janie B. Ruiz Maria L. Ruiz Mariana Ruiz Hardie Rutab Karol Ruwaldt Jacqueline T. Saenz Janie R. Saenz Maria G. Sais Adrianna Salas Sylvia Salazar Lirba Salazar Santu Salazar Guadalupe Salazar Dolores C. Saldana Cherokee L. Saldiva
Richard Saldivar Deborah Saldivar Ella May Saligumba Genevieve E. Salinas Nancy Salinas Connie Salinas Gloria Salinas Gracie C. Salinas Jennifer M. Salinas Erika Salinas Lyman Sanjuanita Samora Angelica Samudio Heide V. San Miguel Erica Sanchez Manuel Sanchez Azalea A. Sanchez Linda Sanchez Altagracia Sandate Colleen Sanders Elizabeth Sandor Roel A. Santos Dalia Sarmiento Marta Satsky Jennifer Saulter Eric M. Schwartz Sara Seeley Barbara Seevers Sandra Segundo Annette Serda Irma G. Serna Joanna M. Sevigny Refugia Sewell Susan Sharpe Valorie Shaw Jennifer Shealy Buelah Shodipo Alex Shum
Karen J. Siemssen Diana Silguero Evette Silvas Vivian Simmons Debra Smith De Ann M. Smith Johnny Smith Shari Smith Julie Snodgrass Lynda M. Snyder Amy Solis Melinda R. Soliz Frutoso Soliz Mary B. Spicak Beth A. Spore Daniel l. St. Armand Lisa Standlee Julie Stark Sarah Jayne Steffey Stephanie M. Stewart Donna Stockwell Elizabeth Suarez Donna Suver Manuel Tamez Catherine Tate Judith Tavares Shurie Thorne Kelle Thorsen Emmylou Tiamsim Sandra Tijerina Nancy Tobar Irelyn Tolentino Cesareo Tolentino Teresa Torres Lydia Torres Cynthia Torres Patricia Torres
Dona Torres Mary Ann Torres Elizabeth Torres Rene Torres Connie J. Towery Jesusita Trafton Beatrice B. Trevino Patricia Trevino Crystal M. Trevino Eloise Uzoigwe Leticia Valadez Cindy Valdez Ellen Valdez Erica Valdez Rita Valdez Cynthia Valencia Elmira Y. Valerio Natalie Valle-Garcia Stephanie Vargas Nadia M. Vargas Benigna Vargas Cynthia Vargas Miguel Vasquez Brenda Vela Sarah Vela-Jasso Maria Teresita Velez Rachel Ventura Rhonda Villalobos Armando Villanueva Trisha Villarreal Linda Villarreal Melissa Villarreal Xavier Villarreal Lydia Villarreal Nelda N. Villarreal Terri Villarreal Patricia Villegas
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION 2015 REPORT ON GIVING
Alma Villegas Charles T. Volk La Chandra Walker Phyllis Walker Matthew Ward Kelly Warren Diana Weaver Sheila Weeks Laurie A. Weldy Veronica Wenzel Marcisa West Michelle Weston Eddie A. Wheeler Tamara Wheeler Martha White Charlotte Wiggins Paula Williams Shanna Williams Judy M. Williams Yolanda E. Wilson Atina L. Wise Pamela Wright Marjorie A. Yandell Rosalina Yanez Barbara Ybanez Cynthia P. Ybanez Amanda Zambrano Norma Zamora Lydia Zamora-White Gloria Zapata-Soza Catherine Zelinski Janet Zepeda Julie D. Zuniga Karina Zuniga Grace Zuniga Irma Zuniga Gaye Zuris
Hospital Housekeeping Services, LLC Inmon Respitory Services, Inc. IN HONOR OF KIII-TV CHRISTUS Spohn Kleberg Bank Hospital Shoreline Marcoâ€™s Electronics 5 East Nursing Staff Lou Adele May Mary Frances Bailey McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. IN HONOR OF Mirador Retirement Charlotte Hillin, RN Community Sally Ordonez, RN NavyArmy Community Roger Santoya, RN Credit Union Lene Williams Northshore Country Club Debbie Merritt Pepsi Cola Corpus Dr. Justin Chronister Christi Robert H. Bailey, Jr. Perkins+Will IN HONOR OF Ham Rogers CHRISTUS Spohn Rick Rogers Sam Beecroft (from left), President of B. E. Beecroft Co. Inc., the presenting sponsor Hospital Shoreline Susser Family of the 2015 CHRISTUS Spohn Richard King III Grand Classic, poses for a photo with - 7th Floor Cardiac Foundation Karen Bonner, VP of Philanthropy, and Courtney Cook McLain, Director of Annual Giving. Care Felix Tapp IN HONOR OF IN MEMORY OF B. E. Beecroft Co., Inc. IN HONOR OF Lydia P. Benitez Target Well Service BMW of Corpus Christi Michelle A. Tunches Leonard Bowers Richard Milton Value Bank Lois J. Bowers Camacho Demolition LLC Wastequip/Toter Marjorie and Arnold IN HONOR OF Janice and James Yolanda Canales Shelia Chatman M. Greaves Smith IN MEMORY OF CBRE, Inc. Bonnie Ross, NP IN HONOR OF Bobbie Wright C. C. Disposal Service Belinda Sanchez IN HONOR OF F. F. Rogers, MD IN HONOR OF Jane G. Dykes CHRISTUS Health Dr. Kimberly Stewart CHRISTUS Spohn Niner Investments Aubrey Williams CLK Architects & Nanette Chapa Cancer Center Booker IN MEMORY OF Associates Fidel V. Labeaga The Williams Family, NURSING Wilmer Aldrich Corpus Christi IN HONOR OF Gayle M. Williams EXCELLENCE Susan and Carl Caller-Times CHRISTUS Spohn IN HONOR OF and Diane Kellough CHRISTUS Physician Harper Corpus Christi Hooks Cancer Center CHRISTUS Spohn Group Steven Lettman Cancer Center RICHARD KING III Corpus Christi Produce Co., Inc./ Debra Ferrigno Lorenzo Martinez, Jr. IN MEMORY OF IN MEMORY OF GRAND CLASSIC Judge Carroll E. Margaret Jataine Carmen G. Diaz Garvis (Hoyte) Gentry American Bank Wilborn, Jr. Corpus Christi Linda and Keith E. KIESCHNICK Andrews Distributing Elwood Meischen Rehabilitation IN HONOR OF Arnold Company Billy Jo Morgenroth Hospital Dr. Kimberly Stewart GUEST HOUSE Delia M. Arriaga Francis Morgenroth Anonymous Crothall Healthcare Juan A. Garza RANCHERS Aramark Roy S. Dennis Lester Prinz File Pro MAKING A Bank of America Merrill Flint Hills Resources Syble Elliott Isabel and Lee Roy IN HONOR OF Lynch Lucille Y. Forsyth DIFFERENCE Kieschnick Gemini Ambulance Lyza Villarreal, RN Barcom Construction, Kingsville Elks Auxiliary James L. Armstrong Pedro Gonzales Gulf Coast Paper/ Inc. St. John Lutheran Church Diversey-Sealed Aire The Ruth and Edward Marie H. Wright Nancy Beauchamp Austin Foundation H-E-B Irene Brieden
To the associates who make a difference by donating one hour of pay or more per pay period to the Giving From Within campaign. Jessica Acosta Kristina M. Ainsworth Gloria Alvarado Veronica Arreola Crystal A. Bazan Vickie Bennett Ammie Bishop Lynne Blackler Janet Blake Karen O. Bonner Debbie Burk Terri Campos Valerie T. Cano Deana Carey Marissa M. Carrillo Susan Carroll Amy Carroll-Allen Eloisa Castillo Carla Cavazos-Sanchez Victoria Chapa Patricia A. Clark Donald R. Crocker
Natalie A. Cuellar Johnetta Cunningham Leta Dannelley Deborah DeAlejandro Karen Dearson Rosario Duran Jane G. Dykes Syble Elliott Kelly Elkins Elsa Escobar Ernesto Espino Barbara Flato Gina Garcia Juanita Garcia Pamela Garcia Clementina Garza Sylvia R. Gomez Jorge Guerra Petra Guerra Richard Hill Janette E. Johns Trang Kelsey
the value of diverse individuals and perspectives, and Why we exist special concern for the poor To extend the healing and underserved. ministry of Jesus Christ. Our Core Values Integrity: Honesty, justice, and consistency in all relaWhat we believe in tionships. Dignity: Respect for the Excellence: High standards worth of every person, recognition and commitment to of service and performance.
Anne Kowalczyk Amanda Kurtz Trudie L. LaRance Mary C. Lewis Virginia Lopez Stephanie Loy Cynthia Luke Esmeralda Madrid Laura E. Martinez Sylvia C. Martinez Andrea Medrano Jessica Mercer Susie Monsevais Michele Mora-Trevino Blanca Moreno Eileen Parr Rebecca B. Rios Gina Rivera Pamela S. Robertson Raquel Rocha Kourtney Rodrigue Juan Ruiz
Compassion: Service in a spirit of empathy, love, and concern. Stewardship: Wise and just use of talents and resources in a collaborative manner.
What we strive to do CHRISTUS Health, a Cath-
Sylvia Salazar Deborah J. Saldivar Nancy A. Salinas Dalia Sarmiento Refugia Sewell Karen J. Siemssen Beth A. Spore Lisa Standlee Julie Stark Donna Suver Shurie Thorne Nancy Tobar Cesareo Tolentino Sheila Weeks Laurie A. Weldy Tamara S. Wheeler Charlotte Wiggins Atina L. Wise Marjorie A. Yandell Barbara Y. Ybanez
olic health ministry, will be a leader, a partner and an advocate in the creation of innovative health and wellness solutions that improve the lives of individuals and communities so that all may experience Godâ€™s healing presence and love.
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION 2015 REPORT ON GIVING
CHRISTUS SPOHN COLLEGE VOLUNTEERS SEE BRIGHT FUTURE Marisa Barrera
in physical therapy. I volunteer in the Rehabilitation Department, and working in this department has solidified my dreams of becoming a physical therapist. “Volunteering has definitely made me cherish the reward of helping people without the incentive of getting paid, and I believe that that is the actual value of working in the medical field.”
order to be more successful with nursing school and different strategies that they use. “My future plans are to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. “Volunteering has helped me understand what it takes to successfully graduate nursing school, what I need to learn, and how to apply my knowledge to actual patients.”
“After I started volunteering, I realized that helping people is what I really enjoy, especially in the department that I am in and what I am aspiring to be. “I plan to attend graduate school at either Texas State University or The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio to obtain my doctorate degree
“I wanted to be a volunteer at CHRISTUS Spohn-Shoreline because this facility offers great opportunities to learn about all the different aspects of the health profession, from emergency to dialysis. I can stay at one hospital and experience all the different medical specialities. “The thing I enjoy the
most about volunteering here is that I get to experience the health field from a different perspective. “In the future, I want to become a doctor that patients come back to and respect. This volunteering experience has taught me what patients want their caregivers to be like and this will help me when I become a doctor (hopefully I do).”
“I became involved in the volunteer program at CHRISTUS Spohn because I wanted to have experience in an actual hospital setting and also to gain volunteer hours before I apply for nursing school. “I enjoy talking to the nurses about how their job is and what they wish they would’ve done differently in
CHRISTUS SPOHN FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP
CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Foundation
Morgan Campbell, M.D. Yolanda Canales Bill Colston Jr. Jack T. Dugan II, M.D., FAAO Thomas Gates Jr. Board of Directors Joe Henkel Keleigh Sasser, Chair Leslie McClanahan, Vice Chair Thurma Hilton Al Jones Kirkby Townsend, Treasurer James Pettus, Treasurer-Elect Linda K. Jordan Susan Lewis Shawn O’Connor, Secretary Judy Long Elizabeth Susser, At-Large Meredith Morrill Carol McLaughlin, At-Large Nancy L. Beauchamp, Chair- Robert Naismith, M.D. Shawn O’Connor Elect Gregg Robertson Rick Rogers Osbert Blow, M.D., Ph.D., Rabbi Emeritus Kenneth FACS
Foundation Staff Linda Rider Arnold, Director of Development Veronica Wenzel, RN, Legacy Guest Program Director Courtney Cook McLain, Director of Annual Giving
Roseman Felix Tapp Richard P. Thomas Hector Villarreal Jen Vogt Allison Webster
Emeritus Members Frank Armstrong Bettye Baria* Tom Carlisle Fielding B. Cochran* Elinor Donnell Frank P. Horlock Jr. Richard King III * Joe Lewis, M.D. Lou Adele May
Maureen Miller Elizabeth Nisbet Daniel Pedrotti Phillip M. Plant Alice Sallee Alan J. Stoner Chela Storm Karen Urban
Pamela S. Robertson, President/CEO, CHRISTUS Spohn Health System
Karen Bonner, CFRE,
Vice President for Philanthropy, CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation
Connie Towery, Database Program Manager Will Leschper, Development Specialist Julie Zuniga, Office Coordinator Catherine Contreras, Office Coordinator
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION 2015 REPORT ON GIVING
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YOUR GUIDE TO GIVING
WHY IS YOUR SUPPORT IMPORTANT?
From its humble beginnings in 1905 as Spohn Sanitarium on Corpus Christi’s North Beach, CHRISTUS Spohn Health System has emerged as the health care leader in South Texas. Today, our physicians, nurses and specialists continue the legacy established by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and Dr. Arthur E. Spohn by providing the most advanced, compassionate care for our entire community. While health care has changed during our more than a century of serving the Coastal Bend, our commitment to extending the healing ministry of Jesus Christ remains resolute to the heart of our mission in our 12-county service area. The CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation relies upon the support of our generous benefactors to help us continue to meet the expectations of individuals who look to us for the best in medical care for themselves and their families. The Foundation raises funds that provide equipment, education, improved and new facilities and new programs in our South Texas area of care. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
WAYS TO GIVE
Donating to our health care ministry is easier than ever and the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation has multiple convenient gift-giving options. One-Time Gift By check, made payable to CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation And mailed to CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation, 600 Elizabeth Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78404 Secure Online Giving Visit ChristusSpohnFoundation.org
Monthly Giving Monthly giving is one of the best ways to support CHRISTUS Spohn, helping us to increase our efficiency and reduce fundraising expenses. Simply send us a voided check from your checking account and tell us the amount of your monthly gift. We’ll debit your checking account on whichever date best fits your giving needs. You can change the amount or cancel at any time. Pledge Over Time Donors may pledge a gift over time (up to five years). Payments may be made quarterly, semi-annually or annually. Whichever method you choose, your tax-deductible gift will be acknowledged and designated to the area of your choice.
CURRENT GIVING Unrestricted Funds Unrestricted gifts are used at the discretion of the CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation whenever and wherever the needs of the health system are greatest. Options: • CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation Annual Fund Restricted Funds Restricted gifts are used only for the areas designated by the donor. Options: • Our PATH Forward Capital Campaign • CHRISTUS Spohn Foundation Endowment • CHRISTUS Spohn Cancer Center • Dr. Edwin “Ben” Groner Nursing Excellence Fund • Sister Margaret Mannion Helping Hands Fund • CHRISTUS Spohn CareVan • Kieschnick Guest House • Hospice Care • Area of Greatest Need
Tribute Gifts Gifts may be made in honor or in memory of an individual or group and designated to any of the funds listed above. Options include, but are not limited to: • Remembering loved ones and friends who have passed • Recognizing an important person for a special occasion (birthday, anniversary, health care milestone) • Recognizing a doctor, nurse, staff member or volunteer who made a difference in your care Simply provide us with the name of the individual you wish to recognize. An acknowledgment of your gift will be mailed to the family of those you have recognized. The amount of your gift will remain confidential. In-Kind Gifts Donations of equipment, artwork, jewelry and more are accepted based upon current needs and are at the discretion of the Foundation. Special Events Support an event through participation, sponsorship, cash donation or in-kind donation. PLANNED GIVING A planned gift allows you to make a more meaningful contribution than you may have thought possible. Your gift today will provide a lasting legacy of health care for future generations of South Texans while helping you achieve your personal, financial and estate planning goals. Options include: • Bequests • Gifts of stock and appreciated assets • Memorial gifts • Endowment gifts • Gifts of land • Insurance policy gifts