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2018 ANNUAL REPORT


THE BOARD MICHAEL JOHNSON CHAIR Owner State Farm Insurance

JUSTIN A. BECK VICE-CHAIR CEO Beck Partners

Sacred Heart Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. These dedicated volunteers provide governance and oversight to the organization. We are grateful for their dedication and leadership in support of our mission.

MICHAEL BAGGETT SECRETARY Senior Financial Advisor Senior V.P. Wealth Mgmt, Clay / Baggett Group

STEVE CLARK TREASURER CEO New School Selling

WES REEDER PAST CHAIR Managing Partner Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon

SISTER ELLEN KRON, DC MEMBER Daughters of Charity

AUTUMN BLACKLEDGE MEMBER

Owner Autumn Beck Blackledge, PLLC

FOUNDATION STAFF BRADY ADCOX FINANCE SPECIALIST Brady.Adcox@ascension.org HOPE BRADFORD DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Hope.Bradford@ascension.org WES PAYNE MEMBER Manager Cordova Mall

JANE LAUTER MEMBER President The Kugelman Family Foundation

PAMELA S. HEINOLD MEMBER

RIC NICKELSEN MEMBER

AARON BALL MEMBER

Broker Associate Better Homes & Garden Real Estate, Main Street Properties

Vice President, Commercial Lending Smartbank

President Ballpoint Communications Group

CAROL CARLAN PRESIDENT Carol.Carlan@ascension.org EMILY IOAKIM DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Emily.Ioakim@ascension.org ADRIENNE MAYGARDEN REGIONAL DIRECTOR Adrienne.Maygarden@ascension.org JANET PIEPUL DIRECTOR, MAJOR GIFTS / PLANNED GIVING Janet.Piepul@ascension.org CORTLANDT ROCES DEVELOPMENT ANALYST Cortlandt.Roces@ascension.org

NINA HESS CAMPBELL MEMBER Design Associate Aqua Décor & Design

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TAMARA FOUNTAIN MEMBER Chief Executive Officer Navarre Beach Area Chamber

JAMES HOSMAN MEMBER Market President Centennial Bank

KERRY ANNE SCHULTZ, ESQ. MEMBER Partner Fountain, Schultz & Associates, P.L.

MALLORY STUDER MEMBER Marketing & Branding Manager Bodacious Shops

JENNIFER SABA ANNUAL GIVING COORDINATOR Jennifer.Saba@ascension.org GILLIAN WARD EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Gillian.Ward@ascension.org


LETTER FROM

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When the Daughters of Charity broke ground on Pensacola’s original Sacred Heart Hospital in 1915, could they have realized the impact of the legacy they were creating? Today, we see people every day leaving a legacy of their own. Our volunteers do it with their time. Our physicians, nurses and staff do it with their compassion and expertise. Our donors do it through their contributions — helping us make necessary expansions and advances to give our patients the best possible care. If you’re reading this, you are part of our legacy. Your support is deeply appreciated by those we help. I urge you to learn more about your impact. Within these pages, you’ll read about the day our Medical Director got the phone call every parent fears. When we say we want this kind of care for every child, we mean it. That’s the legacy we honor every day — for every patient. This year, we lost one of our longtime friends and supporters. In loving memory of Jane Kugelman, read how we’re keeping her legacy alive. As we near completion of The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart and the completed expansion at Sacred Heart on the Emerald Coast, a new legacy is just beginning. Every donor makes a difference in the lives of every patient we serve. Thank you for believing in us, too.

PRESIDENT – Sacred Heart Foundation

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SACRED HEART FOUNDATION F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N

For the Year Ended June 30, 2018 Current Assets Investments

$27,775,251

Other Assets

$3,687,954

TOTAL ASSETS

Current Liabilities Other Liabilities Total Liabilities

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$10,568,494

$42,031,699 $1,119,408 $56,676 $1,176,084

Net Assets

$40,855,615

TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$42,031,699

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Table of Contents

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THE STUDER FAMILY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Rising to New and Greater Heights

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LIANA PATTERSON

You Never Think It Will Be Your Kid

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JANE KUGELMAN

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CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK HOSPITALS

Keeping Jack's Legacy Alive

Our Honor Roll of Friends

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KADEN

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EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

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SUSAN DAVIS

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MEET SPROUT

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THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

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OUR DONORS

Meet the Children Touched by Your Gifts Bringing the Community Together Leading by Example Katie and Sprout Have an MRI

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T H E S T U D E R F A M I LY

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL at Sacred Heart 1 BUBBA WATSON DRIVE

Rising to New and Greater Heights

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The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart took a significant leap forward on March 5 with a ceremonial topping-off of the final and highest piece of steel on the construction project. The topping-off event marked a major milestone for The Studer Family Children’s Hospital, marking the symbolic completion of the structural phase of the building, which remains on schedule for completion in the spring of 2019. The ceremonial beam was painted and placed in the hospital a week prior to the “topping-off ” ceremony. Sacred Heart patients, donors, physicians, associates and construction crew workers were able to sign their name on the ceremonial beam before it was hoisted into place. “This final steel beam is a remarkable symbol of the progress our team has made in the past year, the first half of our construction journey,” said Henry Stovall, president of Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola and The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart. “Like the children and families we serve, The Children’s Hospital is growing — through the new services we are providing, the team members we are recruiting and the physical facility you see in front of you, which was designed from the ground up with a child’s needs in mind. This building is the result of countless hours of planning from our staff, coupled with beautiful execution from our construction workers. I would like to thank our entire team for bringing us to this milestone.” David Sansing, vice chairman of the Board of Directors for Sacred Heart Health System, thanked donors, construction crews, employees and patients. “This will be phenomenal for the city of Pensacola and the whole region. … It is more than a building. It’s a place to change lives and improve lives for children, for siblings, for families.”

“It is more than a building. It’s a place to change lives and improve lives for children, for siblings, for families.” – DAVID SANSING, VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR SACRED HEART HEALTH SYSTEM

The new children’s hospital will increase access to specialized pediatric and maternity care and consolidate inpatient pediatric services into one convenient location, including services such as a pediatric emergency department and trauma center, pediatric procedure rooms, 72-bed neonatal intensive care unit, medical/surgical beds, pediatric imaging department, pediatric satellite pharmacy, pediatric inpatient rehabilitation gym, child life playrooms, outdoor gardens and a new family-friendly dining venue. In addition to the Ronald McDonald House adjacent to Sacred Heart’s Pensacola campus, the Ronald McDonald Family Room inside the new children’s hospital will offer a playroom specifically for patients’ siblings, as well as a space for families to cook, do laundry, and relax.

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LIANA PATTERSON You Never Think It Will Be Your Kid

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Sitting with LiAna Patterson, her mom, Debbie, and dad, Rob — who happens to be Medical Director of The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart — you would never know LiAna suffered a traumatic automobile accident less than a year ago. LiAna is bright and confident, with a cool maturity beyond her years. A graduate of Pensacola High School’s International Baccalaureate program, she is set to attend the University of Florida’s Honors Program in the fall on a full National Merit Scholarship. After the accident, her parents weren’t sure they would ever see her walk across that stage — let alone open her eyes, talk or laugh again. (She’s got a great laugh.)


LiAna was unconscious upon impact. In the ambulance, she could not speak or respond to any stimulation. She was in the deepest recorded level of coma, with pupils fixed and dilated. The EMS provider phoned Dr. Patterson and said the words he never thought he would hear: “I think I’m with your daughter.” As Medical Director, Dr. Patterson always tells his staff, “We care for every child as if they are our own.” The PICU and Pediatric ER personally train everyone, even the EMS teams, for this reason. “We’re training the community to care for our children,” Dr. Patterson said. “You don’t get that if you don’t have a Children’s Hospital.” This time, it was his own child. LiAna couldn’t remember her name or birthday. She called her parents by their names, Robert Patterson and Debbie Cook. She came in on anti-seizure medication, with a fractured clavicle and wrist, lacerated spleen and broken pelvis. She was a Level One Trauma Alert — and Sacred Heart is the only pediatric trauma center in the region. Once in the ER, LiAna had the full benefit of the hospital, with a trauma-trained ER doctor, trauma surgeon, neurosurgeon, and Dr. Jason Foland, the Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. “You learn how hard it is to comprehend everything all at once while your heart is breaking. It’s like entering a whole new world with an entirely different language,” said her mother, Debbie. “But she had everything she needed right here.” The team knew to stabilize her physical injuries while addressing the brain trauma, because of the risk of internal bleeding. They also knew she would recover faster if she could move — so she underwent surgery to repair the fractured bone the very next day. LiAna’s most critical brain injury was a left temporal contusion with intracranial hemorrhage and areas of ischemia throughout — but, amazingly, no skull fractures. “She’s hard-headed,” Debbie joked. “Takes after her father.” The family relied on humor to get through the experience. They also relied on the extremely specialized team at Sacred Heart. LiAna had access to numerous pediatric specialists: pediatric physical, occupational and speech therapists from the start, as well as a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, a pediatric

neurologist, pediatric intensivists and a child life specialist. She spent two weeks at Sacred Heart before she was transported by ambulance from Pensacola to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite — to their inpatient rehabilitation program. “I have a greater appreciation for life now,” LiAna said. “Hearing my dad talk about it, so many things could have gone wrong in the process. I’m really grateful they didn’t.” Since the accident, LiAna has undergone months of therapy. She’s had to learn everything again — from walking and eating to calling her parents Mom and Dad. “It was so good to hear her call me Mom,” Debbie said. “It — DR. ROB PATTERSON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF THE STUDER FAMILY was like she had to grow up all CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT SACRED HEART AND LIANA’S FATHER over again. She was dependent on us for everything. She had no memory, and she couldn’t move on her own. As she became you,” LiAna said. “My mentality was, ‘It is what it is.’ ” more aware, I would ask her, ‘How old are you today? Are Her parents attribute their daughter’s success to her you 10 yet?’ ” indomitable will, extreme athleticism, high intellect — and the Still, their trademark humor keeps them going. good fortune of access to the ‘best of the best’ care. “It’s every parent’s nightmare. It’s scary to let your kids go “LiAna has very little memory of her experience, but Rob and to let them drive solo in a car,” Debbie said. “You have to and I will never forget the heartfelt care and compassion have faith that it will be OK. Accidents happen. Your whole life from everyone we encountered during LiAna’s recovery. We takes a little detour.” couldn’t have made it through this experience without the love Today, LiAna is physically fine, but her memory will take and support of the entire Children’s Hospital team and our longer to regain. The former captain of the volleyball team, community of friends and family,” said Debbie. she was always very active. The accident took its toll, especially “It’s medically unexplainable — a miracle even,” Dr. Patterson when it came time to prepare for graduation. said. “God has plans for her. I can’t explain why she has done as LiAna persevered, returning to the rigorous IB program and well as she has when so many kids have not.” earning all As and her IB diploma. She also joined her brother, “This is why we put in the long hours and hard work.” Logan, at the University of Florida in the fall of 2018. Dr. Patterson said. “Because someday, this could be our kid. We “My advice to other kids who go through something like want this for our kid. I always meant it … but I didn’t know this is to do what they tell you, because they’re trying to help how much.”

“This is why we put in the long hours and hard work. Because someday, this could be our kid. We want this for our kid. I always meant it … but I didn’t know how much.”

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JANE KUGELMAN Keeping Jack’s Legacy Alive

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Jane Kugelman had a zest for life, laughter, friends — and an indomitable spirit. She survived cancer not once but three times and underwent six operations on her hip. Her life also revolved around loving her children and family, spending time with close friends and, of course, giving. She spent years carrying on the legacy of her late husband Jack Kugelman, who took over his family’s foundation and believed strongly in “helping a vast array of people be better off.” She instilled the value of giving and helping others to her four daughters, eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. My grandmother always told us, “If you’ve led a fulfilled life and you’re fortunate, you give to someone else in need,” says Jane Lauter, grandchild and current Chairman of the Kugelman Family Foundation of her late grandmother and grandfather. “Making a positive impact in our community was important to my late grandfather and grandmother. And it is a legacy we strive to carry on today.” Thanks to Jane and the Kugelman Family Foundation’s generosity over the years, The Studer Family Children’s Hospital is rising out of the ground, and with it, brighter futures for all of the children and families we serve. Jane once said, “I want our family to be a part of the future of Sacred Heart. I think that’s what our family, through the work of our foundation, is about — growing things in our community and making a positive impact. This children’s hospital will have a positive impact on the lives of many children and their families across our region for many years to come.” We will continue to live by Jane Kugelman’s legacy and share her vision with generations of children and families in the care of The Studer Family Children’s Hospital. We will deeply miss her.

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CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK HOSPITALS Our honor roll of friends

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When we come together for our children, our whole community wins. The Studer Family Children’s Hospital is supported by Children’s Miracle Network Hospital (CMNH) Partners, which work tirelessly throughout the year raising funds one dollar at a time. This fiscal year, donations to our Children’s Hospital by our local CMNH partners and programs totaled more than $810,000. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our amazing corporate partners and their associates, leaders and customers for their dedication and support to our patients and families.

PARTNERS

Ace Hardware CEFCO Credit Union for Kids Dairy Queen Direct Energy IHOP Kiwanis International Log a Load Love’s Travel Stops Panda Express Publix RE/MAX Sam’s Club United Networks of America Walmart

PROGRAMS

Extra Life Radiothon Dance Marathon

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MEET LAUREN Our 2018 CMNH Hospital Hero

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Lauren Schlossberg began her life at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital. “I was born really small,” the now active 8-year-old says. Then there’s the rest of Lauren’s story, the premature delivery, her mother's fear of losing a baby, the strength this tiny being had to pull through and thrive. Lauren spent 129 precarious days in The Studer Family Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit after her mother was diagnosed with severe preeclampsia, and she arrived via C-section weighing just 1 pound, 5 ounces. Caring eyes watched over Lauren day and night in the NICU, her family becoming like family to the nurses and doctors in charge of her care. Most days, her parents weren’t convinced Lauren would make it home. Thankfully, those days are long gone. Despite her rough start, Lauren has grown in spirit and size, with no lingering problems or developmental delays. Like thousands of children each year who depend on The Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart as the lifeline to their futures, Lauren and her family are grateful for the extraordinary specialized medical care and early interventional therapies she found at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart.


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KADEN, AGE 7

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When Kaden’s bellyache turned into a high fever, his worried mom rushed him to the Pediatric Emergency Room of The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart. In just hours, Kaden was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, a particularly challenging strain of leukemia that requires specialized clinicians, services and staff to deliver. Fortunately for Kaden, our hospital has a world-class team trained to care for his needs, a team headed by Dr. Debra Cohen, pediatric hematologist/oncologist with the University of Florida. Kaden received his first round of chemotherapy on Nov. 17, 2017. He stayed with us for 154 days. By his second round of chemo, his case had grown increasingly complex, and he was moved to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit on Christmas Eve 2017. He and his family suffered a dizzying next few weeks, during which he was placed on a ventilator, underwent a tracheotomy, was treated for wound issues, began kidney dialysis and coded twice. HERE FOR HIM, EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

Slowly, Kaden’s health began to rebound. Off the ventilator and no longer needing kidney dialysis, he missed home and Christmas. With a long hospital stay ahead, his care team — including his case manager, nurses, respiratory therapists and wound care team — connected with insurers, doctors, even ambulatory services, to get him home for a mini Christmas in April. Five hours later, he was back to his hospital room, spirits restored. “The staff here has been so awesome,” Rhonda said. “Kaden is such a complex patient, and everyone has really put their heads together to make sure he has the best care possible.” Kaden still has two more rounds of chemotherapy and a bone-marrow transplant to go through, but his mother remains optimistic. “There have been lots of ups and downs,” she admits. “But we are so thankful for this team. They treat Kaden like he is their kid, too. When I cry, I can see them holding back tears. They want to cry, too. We call them ‘Team Kaden.’ Plus, they take care of me, too.”

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BRINGING THE

COMMUNITY TOGETHER Our events would not be possible without our incredible volunteers, sponsors and attendees. We thank you for generously supporting the mission of Sacred Heart Health System through your gifts of time, talents and treasures.

The Charity Golf Classic is the signature fundraising event for Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast. The event not only includes a sought after golf tournament, but also a Spring Bash pre-party raising more than $139,000 for the Emergency Department expansion at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast. This expansion will allow our community hospital to better serve the more than 33,000 patients that utilize the Emergency Department each year, making our community a healthier place to live, work and play.

Set foot in The Studer Family Children’s Hospital and you can feel the warmth of family around you — thousands of stories of hope, involving tens of thousands of children and families. They are powerful stories, from extremely premature babies and young cancer patients to victims of traumatic injury and everything in between. We believe that sharing these stories opens a window into what The Studer Family Children’s Hospital means to our community. During Radiothon, listeners heard story after amazing story of how our Children’s Hospital changed the life of children and families in our community, and they pledged support by raising more than $51,000 to help the construction of the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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Nineteen years ago, Preemie Cup started with a mom’s desire to give back to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that saved her daughter’s life. Today, the event has grown to include a sailing regatta, stand-up paddleboard relay, fishing tournament and silent auction pre-party. Preemie Cup is “A Day of Play on the Water,” raising over $93,000 to help construct our new Level II and Level III NICU at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart. The new NICUs will include 72 all-private rooms, so that for the first time in our hospital’s 49-year history, parents will be able to stay with their children overnight.

The Order of Small Children The 23rd annual Cordova Mall Ball was an evening to be remembered as more than 200 volunteers and 2,500 attendees came together to have a ball at the mall. This was an exceptional night for fun for a very important reason — the children we serve! Cordova Mall Ball is the largest community Mardi Gras Ball in Northwest Florida, raising more than $479,000 for a new state-of-the-art Pediatric CT Scanner specifically designed with a child in mind. With only 11 in the U.S., it is one of the fastest scanners, capable of scanning a child in less than 3 seconds. It enhances patient safety, reduces the need for sedation and lowers the risk for our tiny patients who might need multiple scans during treatment. This will be a critical piece of equipment for our smallest patients!

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LEADING BY EXAMPLE Susan Davis steps up in support of her beliefs with a $1 million gift

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“I feel very fortunate to have spent 14 years with an organization that is faith-based and has a deep sense of spirituality.” — SUSAN DAVIS

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When Susan Davis’ father believed strongly in something, it didn’t matter to him what was usual or customary. What mattered was doing the right thing. It was on that basis that Herbert “Lee” Davis went to court seeking custody of his then-only child, who was about to turn 4. Mr. Davis believed Susan’s best interests would be served if he were the parent in her life each day. “Fathers getting custody, that just didn’t happen in the 1950s,” Susan said. “My father knew what he was up against, but he went forward anyway and he prevailed. And, from that point forward, he tried always to make sure that my life experiences were not diminished by the fact that there was no mother in my life. “My dad was both father and mother to me.” So it was that he escorted Susan to mother-daughter events. And he tried to become a Brownie troop leader. In that effort, he was ahead of his time, but he felt like he had to try. Susan completed elementary school in New Jersey and was about to enter junior high when her life suddenly and dramatically changed. Her father wasn’t perfect; he had a weakness for placing bets with bookies. Eventually, that habit translated to financial straits that made moving an imperative and, without warning, Lee Davis packed up the car one day and headed for upstate New York.

“My father had a job selling pharmaceutical drugs for Hoffman-La Roche, and one of his customers was a surgeon who owned a dude ranch,” Susan recalled. “The doctor had always told my father that he could come up to his ranch and get a job anytime he wanted it and, when the need arose, Dad took him up on the offer.” Mr. Davis became the “social director” for the dude ranch in exchange for room and board. He arranged activities, including square dances, bobsledding, horseback riding and rodeos. During the day, he taught math at a local high school. Despite his struggles, Lee Davis, who died in 2017, instilled in his daughter a stubborn sense of optimism and a work ethic that may have exceeded his own — so much so that it’s not possible to carry on a conversation with Susan for long without her touching upon one or both those qualities. As the CEO and President of Sacred Heart Health System, a position she held for six years beginning in 2012, Susan had a small sign in her office that read simply, “It CAN Be Done.” That was an outlook, she said, that she intended for all of her senior managers to embrace. She is herself an impressive demonstration of the power of that affirmation. And she is a woman, said Carol Carlan, President of the Sacred Heart Foundation, who “has made a difference wherever she has been.”


Susan’s father was newly remarried when she was set to begin her post-secondary educational career. She enrolled first at Orange County Community College in Middletown, New York. Her father had no money for tuition, so Susan both went to school and worked full time, something she would do until finally she earned a master’s degree in Nursing Administration and a doctorate in Education. Her advanced degrees came from Columbia University in New York. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York. Along her educational way, she worked as a nurse, nursing officer and chief nurse. While at Columbia, she traveled 80 miles to jobs at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. By the time she earned her doctorate, she was the Chief Operating Officer at the 370-bed medical center and later led the facility as its CEO. Susan was at Vassar when she was contacted by Bob Henkel, then the COO at Ascension Health. (Bob retired in 2017 from his position as Ascension Executive Vice President.) Bob was looking for someone to take the helm as CEO at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Connecticut. And it was Bob who later would ask Susan to lead Sacred Heart Health System. At St. Vincent’s, Susan did some of her most transformational work in the area of patient safety. She has witnessed unforeseeable technological advances in the course of her career and the arrival of new generations of drugs for the treatment of disease, but “the most rewarding change I have had the honor of being a part of has been creating a culture of safety in an organization,” she said. “Patients come to us trusting that we are going to do the right thing and keep them safe,” Susan stressed. “That’s a sacred obligation. Hospitals are a combination of different disciplines dealing with a wide range of diagnoses. There are a lot of opportunities for error. “People are human, and they can make a mistake. We have done a lot of work in building the reliability of the work we do in areas that range from the patient experience to medication administration to falls and testing and everything that we do for a patient.” Moreover, Susan saw to the replication throughout Connecticut of the systems and culture she helped put in place at St. Vincent’s.

In 2017, the Catholic Health Association recognized Susan with its Sister Concilia Moran Award and noted particularly her patient safety work. In eight years at St. Vincent’s, she dramatically improved mortality rates by strengthening accountability for patient outcomes. Then, working with the Connecticut Hospital Association, she engaged all of the state’s hospitals in efforts to eliminate preventable patient harm. In doing so, she promoted disclosure of medical errors to patients and the public and helped bring about the passage in 2010 of a state law that required expanded public disclosure of medical errors by hospitals and clinics. “That effort had nothing to do with competition between providers,” Davis said. “It was about doing the right thing for our patients.” (There’s that theme again.) Susan speaks freely and frankly about her own battles with health issues. She was newly arrived at St. Vincent’s when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Twelve years later, she underwent a regular screening mammography that concerned her radiologist. “He came in and said we need to do a biopsy, and it doesn’t look good,” Susan said. “I did, I had breast cancer, unbeknownst to me or anybody else. Ultimately, I had a bilateral mastectomy, and I have become a zealot about people getting their screening mammos.” At this writing, Susan has been cancer-free for almost twoand-a-half years. That is an achievement she attributes largely to staying positive. And, she has been buoyed by the love and support of her husband and “life partner,” Richard Henley, her daughter Stacie and her four grandchildren. “Never lose hope. I told many cancer patients that and then

I had to say it to myself,” Susan said. “Hope is critical to your survival. Henry Ford once said that whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you are probably right. You always have to think you can. That’s a powerful mindset.” These days, she continues to work to encourage contributions to The Studer Family Children’s Hospital project at Sacred Heart. “I absolutely believe the project is important to the future of the community and the region,” Susan said. “And we have worked hard to convince people of that.” It was Susan’s husband, a private equity consultant, who turned to her and said, “If this project is something we believe in, we need to step up.” They did so, with a contribution of $1 million. “This gift is a reflection of our commitment to improving the quality of life of children as well as our commitment to Sacred Heart. I feel very fortunate to have spent 14 years working for two exceptional faith-based organizations and staff who are dedicated to making a difference,” Susan said. “That’s important. That’s special.”

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KATIE & SPROUT HAVE AN MRI

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What do you do when your child is so terrified by the thought of the hospital that she won’t get out of the car? You enlist the help of Sprout the Service Dog at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart. Katie’s parents didn’t know what to do. The first time they tried to bring their daughter in for her MRI, they barely made it past the parking lot. Because of her autism, 19-yearold Katie has sensory and communication issues that make doctor visits and medical procedures a challenge. “The facility dog team had a full schedule during Katie’s first visit to the hospital, so sadly this resulted in a traumatic experience for the family that could have been prevented had there been more facility dogs available for service,” said Julia Humphries, a Child Life Specialist and Sprout’s primary handler. When the family met Julia, they hoped things would be different. They couldn’t have expected just how different their experience would be.

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“The reason we thought about this service is she’s had a lot of trouble with anxiety,” said Katie’s father, Bruce. “It’s an hour ride from Crestview to get to Sacred Heart, and during that hour, it just builds. That’s what prompted the thought — if there was something there when we pulled up that would make all that anxiety disappear, that would help a lot.” Julia was ready, meeting the family at the car to ask Katie if she could help bring Sprout inside. To her parents’ surprise, Katie got out of the car without any assistance or resistance to lead the dog back into the hospital. “Katie doesn’t express things verbally, but her memory and understanding of what’s going on is very clear. She will tell us she doesn’t want to go to the doctor. She recognizes where she is,” explained her mother, Jeannine. “It was a huge change in the day for us. It made it all much more bearable and for her, even fun.” Inside the hospital, Julia shared videos of Sprout playing at the beach and running in the park. Katie’s body language began to change as she relaxed while petting the dog. Then came time to check in for her procedure. Her parents apologized, knowing their daughter would become agitated and put up a fight. Jeannine was so worried, she began to cry silent tears. Julia continued to smile and joke with Katie. Still, when the nurse reached over to take her temperature, Katie turned her head in fear. “How silly are we?” Julia said. “We forgot to take Sprout’s temperature!” So the nurse took Sprout’s temperature before taking Katie’s. Next came blood pressure. Katie’s parents said there was no way she would allow it, because the tightening cuff would stimulate negative sensory reactions. When the nurse placed the cuff on Sprout instead, Katie gave a full belly laugh. Smiling, she allowed the nurse to take her blood pressure. Everyone joined in — transfixed by Sprout’s impact. One staff member brought a gown for the dog, and Katie

changed into hers without hesitation. Seeing Sprout in the gown, she could not contain her laughter. Now it was time to go in for the MRI. Katie’s parents could not accompany her all the way back, but Sprout and Julia could. Even the anesthesiologist played along, skipping into the hallway to deliver a mask that looked just like Katie’s. Julia held the mask over Sprout’s face to show there was nothing to be afraid of. “Sprout says to tell you you’re doing an amazing job,” Julia said to Katie, who went to sleep with a smile on her face. Sprout returned to the waiting room to be with Katie’s parents, who were visibly concerned because of their previous experiences. Bruce said once Katie went back, Sprout knew they needed her, too. Without thinking, he found himself petting the dog. When Katie woke up, she wasn’t anxious or worried about where she was. All she wanted was Sprout. Katie’s parents say they’ve learned not to be afraid to ask for special services like the ones Sacred Heart provides. “We didn’t want to cause a fuss,” Jeannine said. “But we’ve learned it’s not at all the case. That’s what they’re there for. Wherever we end up in the future, that’s something we’ll remember.” Since her visit, Katie has asked about Sprout. She loves animals, often listing the names of her favorites while riding in the car. She remembers animal names from the zoo and SeaWorld. Now, her parents tell us, Sprout has made the list. “It was an awesome service the hospital provided,” Bruce said. “We don’t consider it luck that Julia’s schedule was a little bit different that morning … we believe it happened for a reason. Sacred Heart needs a lot more therapy dogs.” Jeannine begins to cry. This time, they’re happy tears. “Not only would we love to see more Sprouts roaming around,” she said. “But … we also need more Julias.”

“We don’t consider it luck that Julia’s schedule was a little bit different that morning … we believe it happened for a reason. Sacred Heart needs a lot more therapy dogs.” — BRUCE, KATIE’S FATHER

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THROUGHOUT THE YE AR AUGUST 2017 Donating in memory of her late grandmother, 11-year-old Molly Brown saved money for a year to make a gift of $1,060 to the Women’s Health Services Fund at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast.

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AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2017 Walmart and Sam’s Club stores along the Gulf Coast gifted The Studer Family Children’s Hospital, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, with $397,726.

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SEPTEMBER 2017 An Hayward and Chico’s helped support The Studer Family Children’s Hospital with a fundraising afternoon of fun and fashion.

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SEPTEMBER 2017 Children’s Miracle Network partner Credit Union for Kids made a generous gift of $49,000 to The Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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SEPTEMBER 2017 The Watson family announced a $2.1 million donation to support construction of the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital. In recognition of the Watson family, the entrance road to the new Children’s Hospital will be named 1 Bubba Watson Drive.

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DECEMBER 2017 The Sansing family donated $500,000 towards construction of the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital. Support from community partners like the Sansing family will make it possible for more local children to receive specialized pediatric healthcare close to home.

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DECEMBER 2017 “Fore! The Kids!: The Panhandle Charitable Open event raised $10,000 for The Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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FEBRUARY 2018 The University of West Florida Dance Marathon raised $60,890 for the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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FEBRUARY 2018 Pensacon hosted its first-ever Charity Gaming Stream, helping generate more than $12,500 for the children and families receiving care at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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APRIL 2018 Doug Gibson, Ron Doolittle and Bobby Rogers of the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) raised support for The Studer Family Children’s Hospital through the ECUA Employees Golf Tournament.

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APRIL 2018 A special plaque ceremony was held in honor of Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast NICU Friendraiser donors. Event hosts were Ben and Tiffany Edwards, George and Meagan Calvi, Cory and Hillary Fosdyck, Don and Cathy Hay, and Erin and Kris Martin.

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APRIL 2018 During a stay at The Studer Family Children’s Hospital, patients are able to drive miniature cars to the operating room and around the inpatient units. Funded by donor gifts, the cars are battery powered and can be remote-controlled by a staff or family member. Driving them helps patients feel more in control during their hospital experience, which reduces stress levels and helps them heal faster.

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MAY 2018 The Kugelman Family Foundation presented a generous gift of $250,000 for the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital. In gratitude for their support and ongoing relationship with Sacred Heart, the Kugelman Family Foundation is recognized on the gift shop of the new Children’s Hospital.

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JUNE 2018 Publix held a fundraising campaign in support of the new Studer Family Children’s Hospital, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, raising more than $73,000.

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ORDER OF THE

Cornette Year Ending June 30, 2018

Named for the traditional headdress of the Daughters of Charity, the Order of the Cornette giving society is named for the Daughters of Charity, who often relied upon the kindness and support of others to carry out their mission. Sacred Heart Foundation’s Order of the Cornette is dedicated to donors whose cumulative giving is $10,000 or greater.

Dream Maker ($5,000,000+) Dugas Family Foundation Children's Miracle Network Krewe of Les Petits Enfants The St. Joe Company & St. Joe Community Foundation Quint and Rishy Studer Walmart and Sam's Club

Miracle Maker ($1,000,000+) Anonymous Anonymous Blue Angels Classic/Boeing Championship Cepheid Cumulus Broadcasting D. W. McMillan Foundation Susan L. Davis & Richard J. Henley Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation, Inc. Barbara R. Grimaldi Mother Seton Guild Sacred Heart Emerald Coast Charity Golf Classic Sacred Heart Health System Associates Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort James Stephen Turner Charitable Foundation Bubba and Angie Watson Family Foundation In memory of Mrs. Willie Daniel Witt

Guardian Angel ($500,000+) Sacred Heart Health System Associate Campaign The James H. Baroco Foundation, Inc. The Chadbourne Foundation Cordova Mall Florida Forestry Association/ Log-A-Load for Kids Hilton Sandestin Beach, Golf Resort and Spa The Kugelman Foundation Poarch Band of Creek Indians Preemie Cup Publix Super Markets, Inc. Wava Dyer Ruckel Sacred Heart Health System Sacred Heart Hospital Emerald Coast - Guild Sacred Heart Hospital

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Pensacola Microbiology & Molecular Lab Charles H. and Shirley Simpson Family Foundation Catharine D. Smith The Sansing Foundation

Guiding Light ($250,000+)

Anonymous Alfred I. duPont Foundation, Inc. BBVA Compass Bank Deborah, Avery, Miller III & Miller Caldwell Clear Channel Radio - WYCL, WMXC, WRKH, WKSJ, WTKX Mr. Mark R. Gregory Fayette & Jewell D. Dennison Bill Greenhut and Family Howard Group Silver Sands Premium Outlet Grand Boulevard at Sandestin Mrs. Oletha I. Hunt Kiwanis International Levin & Papantonio Family Foundation, Inc. Dewitt & Susan Lovelace Tom and Lynn McKenzie Patricia and Gerald Mills, Sr. Eric and Peg Nickelsen Constance Niehaus Credit Union for Kids Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Olson, Jr. Rebels with a Cause for Miracle Camp Regions Bank ResortQuest Sharon and Steve Riedel Sacred Heart Emerald Coast Associates Crawford Sandefur in Memory of Tommy Sandefur South Walton Utility Co., Inc. Styles Media Group George G. & Amelia G. Tapper Foundation United Way of Escambia County David P. & Patricia Tapper Warriner WEAR-TV 3 Roger W. Webb - Wendy's

Generous Spirit ($100,000+) American Dairy Queen Corporation In honor of Dr. Michael and Mrs. Elizabeth Hermel

In memory of Mrs. Remetha Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lee, III Bob and Patti Bonezzi Buffalo Rock Pepsi-Cola Caldwell Associates Architects, Inc. Cat Country 98.7 Greater Escambia Community Foundation Craftsmen Specialist of N.W. Florida, Inc. Allyn and Blanche Donaldson Ecological Resource Consultants, Inc. ECUA Employees Golf Tournament Robert & Karen Emmanuel The Estate Of Frank Erhardt Jr. First American Title Insurance Company Florida Department of Health Food World Senior Bowl Charity Run GAC Contractors, Inc. Gulf Power John R. Hartman and Katherine M. Hartman Revocable Trust Mr. Stephen T. Holman & Justin T. Holman Hope on Wheels Hyundai Dealers Dorothy and Dr. Bob Isom, FACS Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kerrigan Kerrigan, Estess, Rankin, McLeod & Thompson Keith and Rose Ann Knight Ralph Knowles Frank & Julie Kovach Rex and Jodene Lysinger Julian and Kim MacQueen Magic Broadcasting Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McGill, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McGill, III Meridian Bioscience, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Muller NNGS Development Matthew and DeLinda Pearson Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Foundation Leadership Pensacola Class of 2014 Florida Panhandle Breast Cancer Association Allen C. Phillips Pink Ribbon Pensacola, Inc.

Gannett Foundation/ Pensacola News Journal Joe and Suzanne Quinlan RE/MAX Southern Realty Regional Utilities Dr. Judith W. Ring John and Deborah Roche Rowland Publishing Gene and Barbara Speni Thomas and Donna Sunnenberg Monica Ward Stone and Family Mr. William D. Weatherford Marlene R. Weller Wind Creek Hospitality Marion G. Wright Paul and Shelah Zmigrosky

Healing Heart ($50,000+) Anonymous 300 Hearts Accenture LLP Ace Hardware Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Adcox, Jr. AMC Theatres The Appleyard Family Jane K. Araguel, P.A. Association of Philippine Physicians Baroco Electric Construction Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Baroco Rita D. Baroco Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Barrett Mrs. Annette P. Barth Mike and Doris Beam Jake & Betty Belin Belk Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Bonnin Brookdale Destin Brown Helicopter, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Butler C.W. & Betty Roberts Carol and Charles Carlan John and Robin Carr In Memory of Margaret Donaldson Christie by Linda and Gerald Christie Len W. Cobb Coca-Cola United Copy Products Company Fort Walton Beach Cox Communications Kimberly and Sid Cox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Crunk Darwin D. Davis and Ginny Olson Davis Love, III Foundation Katherine Dearinger

Destin Woman's Club Mary and Charles Dickinson George & Hilda Duren Mr. and Mrs. Wallace M. Edmands, Jr. Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon Escambia County Health Facilities Authority Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A.M. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Faddis FairPoint Communications Ann Ruth Figg Fred's Super Dollar Stores Goldring Gulf Distributing Co. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Green Drs. R. Howard and Helen S. Griffen Raymond & Harriet Haas Hancock Bank H.J. Heinz Company George and Janice Hendricks Home Place Furniture Charlotte B. Sanchez Hughes IHOP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Jackson Elton and Pat King Mike and Shann Lavallee Lilenthal Investment Foundation Mr. Richard Lipton Walter E. Markle Marriott International, Inc. Frank D. & Carla A. May Patricia Fox McIlroy McLane Company, Inc. Merrill Lynch Mickelson Construction Services, Inc. Margaret Gonzalez Miller Neal Nash Nemours Children's Clinic Paddle For A Cure Panhandle 4-Wheelers Club, Inc. Panhandle Anesthesiology Associates, P.A. Barry and Barbara Parks Pensacola Pathology Pierle Family Charitable Foundation Port St. Joe Lions Club Prudential Coastal Properties Woodrow Wilson Ratliff Prudential Coastal Properties RE/MAX #490484 On the Coast The Red Ribbon Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Richards Henry & Jane Roberts Rosemary Beach Foundation


Douglas A. Ross Sacred Heart Associate Activities Team Sandestin Owners Association, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Schutty, Jr. Bernadine Shirley Emma Pearl Simpson Southern Wine & Spirits St. Baldrick's Foundation Henry and Ann Blair Stovall The Lewis Bear Company Tom Thumb Food Stores United Way of OkaloosaWalton Counties Tom and Kathy VanOsdol Vorst Family Foundation Noel and Bill Wade Walton County Public Works West Florida Medical Clinic, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wilder Randall and Mary Williams Wonderful Wacky Women Hope Austin Wormser Barbara and Willis Young

Helping Hand ($25,000+) Anonymous Anonymous David C. Adams, M.D. and Mary L. Adams, M.D. In loving memory of Gerald Adcox, Sr. by VonDell Adcox Mary and Joseph R. Agostinelli, D.P.M., Colonel, USAF (Ret.) Alabama Forestry Association Dr. & Mrs. Bruce E. Albrecht ALSCO Alys Beach EBSCO Industries, Inc. Ramak and Christina Amjad Amoco Oil Company Anesthesia Cooperative of the Panhandle, PLLC Michael P. Baggett Dick and Laverne Baker Ballpoint Communications Group Dennis Barnes - Barnes Insurance and Financial Services Mr. Anthony Baroco Ms. Vicki Baroco Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bell, III Bell Steel Company Mrs. Juanita Bender Dr. and Mrs. William B.

Blanchard Blount-Bowden Charity Classic Bonefish Grill - Pensacola BP America Inc. The Family of Dr. & Mrs. J. Wayne Hendrix Mr. Michael C. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buckingham Dr. Joanne L. Bujnoski Ron W. Burch Albert and Ollie Sue Butler Van Ness and Jonnye Butler, Jr. Caduceus Society on the Emerald Coast Langhorne Cardiology Consultants, M.D.'s, P.A. Mrs. Edith G. Carter Marc and Linda Carter Coastal Community Bank The Coldewey Family Combined Federal Campaign Santa Rosa Beach Community Church Thomas L. Cook CO-OP Financial Services Ms. Jeanne Dailey Daughters of Charity National Health System Dave's House Washing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Davis Drs. Steven L. and Julie A. DeCesare Deep South Cranes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Demark Direct Energy Dr. and Mrs. William Dobak Dr. Stephanie and Jim Duggan Sockeye's Beach and Sport Kerry and Brian Eaton Edwin Watts Golf Shops, Inc. Buddy and Joyce Elmore Emerald Bay Development Corp. Patrick & Olivia Emmanuel Joseph M. & Susan D. Endry Escambia County Sheriff's Office Brent & Lori Faison Fellowes Brand Inc. Mr. Frank L. Flautt, Jr. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse Florida Freedom, Inc. The Walton Sun, The Destin Log, The Panama City News Herald, The Northwest Florida Daily News, Emeraldcoast.com Peter and Elese Fodor Jason & Amy Foland Mr. and Mrs. Dana Foster Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fowler Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Fox

Fred Waters Baseball Clinic, Inc. Roger and Joni Ganger Tom & Mary Gibson Gerardo Dieguez Gomez and Katia Dieguez Otero Grand Chapter of Florida Order of the Eastern Star Greater Pensacola Tennis Association Phoenix Medical Practice Management, LLC Gulf Coast Region Mustang Club Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union James & Kim Martin Gulfside Landscaping, Inc. Roger and Susan Hall John Daniel and Frances Dorchester Harrell Bets and Gap Haynes Health Check Incorporated Peter Heckathorn & Janet Ikeda Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Heidecker Reynolds and Stacey Henderson Hill-Kelly Dodge, Inc. Hoar Construction, LLC Huff Developments, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Hughes James J. Marks Foundation, Inc. Steve and Nina Jeffords Dedicated to the memory of Jim McCormick; Jemco Plastering, Inc. The John Newell Wade Foundation Jemco Plastering, Inc. Laura and Chuck Kaiser Kooter Brown's Krewe Du YaYa's The Krystal Company Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph E. Kuhn Justin and Amber Labrato Jon and Jo Ann Laible In Memory of Margaret Laible Landrum Family Foundation (Nell & Britt Landrum) Patrick & Philomena Madden The Magidson Family Denis and Maureen McKinnon Dr. & Mrs. David J. McMahon Richard and Demetria McNeese Medical Practice and Management Partners Mr. and Mrs. Collier Merrill Dr. David Miller

MMI Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Murdock Robert & Charlotte Nedley Mr. and Mrs. James D. Neilson, Jr. Ms. Antonia B. Noonan Mrs. Rita O'Connell Leonard and Karen Olson Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Pablo Mr. and Mrs. Ashley D. Pace, Jr. Panhandle Charitable Open, Inc. Vincent J. Pasquarello in Memory of Cynthia L. Pasquarello Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pate Peg Leg Pete's Pen Air Federal Credit Union Pensacola Civic Center Pensacola Radiology Consultants PGA Tour, Inc. John and Kathy Pleune Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. Poitras Porsche Club of America, North Florida Region Power of E3 Preble-Rish, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Amos L. Prevatt James Earl Ray RE/MAX #490277 - Southern Realty RE/MAX #490291 - Agency One Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reily Billy Joe and Carol Rish Rite Aid Corporation Judge and Mrs. Wilkes C. Robinson Davage J. Runnels Russenberger Foundation The Patrick J. and Beverly A. Ryan Charitable Foundation Sacred Heart Hospital Medical/Dental Staff Sacred Heart Hospital on the Gulf Guild Sam's Fun City Sandbaggers Charity Golf Classic Don Sawyer Linda and Dr. William E. Schmidt and Family Jeff and Robin Schwartz Security's Lending Hand Foundation Dr. Christopher Shawyer Sherry's Cake Shop Shipes Landscaping, Inc. Shirley's Deli Catering

Justine Simoni Teresa Smith & Steve Piskun Spencer Gifts, LLC Dr. Charles Stavely Rita J. Stern Katharine S. Stinebiser David and Marilyn Stowe Studer Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Sutherland, Jr. Sweet Potato Queen, Inc. The Alys Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Trawick Tuscany Italian Bistro United Way of Northwest Florida Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Van Diver, III Jon and Teri Vice W. L. Gore & Associates Billy and Mickey Walker Warren Averett Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Weidner Wells Fargo Subway at Sacred Heart Hunter and Carol Whittington Mr. and Mrs. Norris L. Wood Joe and Judy Zito

Good Samaritan ($10,000+) Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Sharlene & Shane Adkison, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Allan GMAC/Residential Funding Corporation Fred and Ampy Cox Mr. James M. Altamura Aluma-Form/Dixie Manufacturing Company Carmike 10 #73066 Pensacola Amerigroup Charitable Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Warren R. Amos Michael & Kimberlee Anderson Richard L. Appleyard Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Ascension Health Ministry Service Center AT&T Atkins Kathryn J. Ault Capt. Joe H. and Carolyn Ausley

Washington High School Student Government Mr. and Mrs. Jens H. Bach Robert and Barbara Bagby Ballinger Publishing BancorpSouth Given in Loving Memory of Dodi Barnett by Jim Barnett Mr. and Mrs. James H. Baroco, Jr. Mary Jane and Steven Barone, Sr. Milton and Janice Beal Sally N. Bean Lewis and Belle Bear Beard Equipment Company Beck Partners, LLC Beckman Coulter, Inc. BellSouth Advertising & Publishing Marianne Berrigan-Grant Miriam P. Birdwhistell Autumn & Peyton Blackledge Dana and James Bledsoe Coy and Kay Blevins Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Mr. & Mrs. William E. Boger, Jr. Salvatore A. Bonelli Debbie and Ben Bostic Boyd Printing, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James H. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bradley Cajun Specialty Meats, Inc. Major General Bill V. and Dona Brown in Memory of Erna V. Campbell and Mary E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown Margaret J. Brown Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Brown Bruno's Ferdinand M. Bumagat, M.D. Timothy T. Burchell William R. Burden, M.D. James J. Burns Jerry and Donna Butterfield of St. George Island The Buzzett Family Superior Bank Calendar Girls of 30A Mary Reedy Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Joe Capers Capital City Bank K. Caraway, RN

Carmike 10 #73012 Panama City Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC Carrabba's Italian Grill Richard & Julia Carrell Ralph and Robbie Carroll Bob and Jane Carron Dr. Craig C. Cartia Liz Cauley C-D Jones and Company, Inc. RBC Bank Chandler Construction Co., Inc. Frances A. Childre Child's Play Dr. Nancy Churosh Steve and Charleen Clark In Memory of Charles W. and Doris Clements Coastal Vascular & Interventional, PLLC The Coca-Cola Company Comfort Systems USA Community Bank Compass Bank Lamar and Tracy Conerly Mrs. Thelma Cooey Mr. William Coots, Jr. Carl & Wanda Coppenger Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Corbett Susan and Anthony Cornejo Margaret M. Costin Cox Business Cox Media Allen and Cathy Cox In Memory of Reverend James E. Cronin Crown Health Care Laundry Services, Inc. The Milton S. (Mike) Culotta Family Dr. & Mrs. Gary D. Cumberland Elizabeth F. Curry, MD & Thomas L. Curry, MD Jimmy and Deborah Curtis Cypress Development, LLC E. Jean & Elisa Dabezies, M.D. Dave and Darrell Dabria Anthony and Martha Danis Ms. Melba A. Darden The Daughters of Charity Jim and Elizabeth DelMauro Dr. and Mrs. T. Joseph Dennie Dean F. and Laura Dennison Hugh & April Depaulis Winifred "Winky" Weil Dowdle Downey Trees, Inc.

Eckerd Drug #1166 9th Avenue Tarek Eldawy, M.D. & Abeer Abutaleb, M.D. Electronic Display Networks Emerald Coast Charitable Foundation Emerald Coast Hospice The Endoscopy Group, LLC Frederick P. Ernst Escambia County Medical Society Alliance Estate of Betty Darcey Mims Estate of Dudley Greenhut Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Evans, Jr. Gail & David Ewing Express Employment Professionals William W. and Carol S. Fearon Richard and Rosalene Feller John E. Fellowes Christi and Patrick Ferry, M.D. Fiorentino Family Foundation In memory of Al Fiore (08/10/1932 - 01/19/2005) First United Methodist Church of Port St. Joe Fisher Cabinet Company, LLC Terry and Barbara Fleischman Ms. Ramona K. Fleshman In Memory of Juanita Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Fleshman, III Florida Hospital Research & Education Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Myra C. Forester Foresters Forever Memories Foscue Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Fransen Fraternal Order of Eagles Jessie B. Frayer Trust Jeff & Susan Friedman Frito-Lay, Inc. Fritz Brothers Tree Service, LLC FormSystems, Inc. Peggy Geppert Timothy S. Gilbert Walter and Jan Givhan Anita S. Godwin Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Goodman Eddie and Michele Goodman Goody's Family Clothing Panama City Donna Sue Gore Governor's Gate Apartments Grande Pointe, Inc. Mr. Charles D. Grant

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Greater Pensacola Aquatic Club, Inc. Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Green Liz Greenhut Guernsey & Associates Gulf Atlantic Constructors, Inc. Gulf Breeze Optimist Club Gulf Coast Wings of Hope, Inc. H. M. Yonge & Associates, Inc. Hank's Furniture, Inc. Hard Rock CafĂŠ Destin In memory of Doris Bjornberg Harper The Harper Wright Families Haven Of Our Lady Of Peace Dr. and Mrs. Mose S. Hayes, III

Dr. Kerrian Hudson Pamela S. Heinold, BHGRE, Main Street Properties Hematology-Oncology Associates Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Henkel Mikal P. Hensley Hershey Chocolate U.S.A. Shannon Higgins Theresa M. Hinson Jack and Myra Hirschhorn In Memory of Craig & Steven Hogan Mr. & Mrs. Ed Holland In loving memory of Kaylie May Hollis Dr. and Mrs. George H. Holmes Home Instead Senior Care

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Dr. Kimberly Hood and Mr. Drew Hood In loving memory of Kenneth Michael Hook Jan and E.W. Hopkins Mrs. Leota Jane Hosler Lance and Mary Hughes Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Hummel Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Hunter, Jr. Independent Order of Foresters, Court 1621 International Paper Keith & Laura Irwin Jambalaya's Grill & Oyster Bar jehle-halstead, inc.

Jewelers Trade Shop John and Mary Jewell Suzanne M. and Jose R. Jimenez, M.D. Jitney Jungle Charitable Foundation John S. Carr & Company, Inc. John Webb Winter Golf Tournament Johnson Development, LLC Greg & Linda Johnson Michael and Phyllis Johnson State Farm Insurance Dr. Thomas and Vanessa Johnson Kevin and Sheryl Johnston Estate of Helen M. Jones Dr. & Mrs. Jimmy E. Jones Robert & Nettie Joseph Boswell Builders and Sons Junior Service League of Port St. Joe Ms. Tammy Karamarinov Christopher and Jules Kariher Kids Triathlon Kimberly-Clark Corporation Dr. Stephen G. Kimmel Kinsey, Troxel, Johnson, Walborsky & Bradley, P.A. Albert Klein, Jr. & Family Klocke & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kostuik Kraft Foods Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Krynicki Jerrald and Pippa Kuenn Mr. Larry L. and Dr. Patti McNames Kunkel L. Pugh & Associates La Petite Academy - Niceville La Petite Academy Pickwood Drive Kevin and Donna Figg Lacey Kevin W. Lahey Laidlaw Education Services Dr. Robert D. Stainback and Dr. Judith A. LaMarche Lex & Deanie Lancaster Mr. & Mrs. Allen Lastinger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lavery George and Jacquelyn Law Mr. & Mrs. George O. Layman Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lee Cliff & Wanda Leppanen Julia LeRoy Teri Levin Mr. and Mrs. William H. Linder Ken and Robin Lloyd

Dr. Kenneth W. Long Robert A. Lopp Luke and Regina Lundskow Dr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Lynch Drs. William & Nancy Maloy Mandalay Beach Resort, LLC Mr. and Mrs. W. Jeffries Mann Robert and Rose Mannes Dr. William and Terri Markowski Dorothy C. Martin Stanley and Rosemary Martinek Paul Martinelli and Kelly Dellasala Stephen & Erin Mayfield Elizabeth Mazyck, M.D. & Arthur Mazyck, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. William G. McArdle, Jr. Mrs. Claudette B. McGill McGuire's Irish Pub Nancy and Bill McKelvy Mr. and Mrs. James E. McKern Mr. and Mrs. William J. McLaughlin Dee McLeod, M.D. McMahon - Hadder Insurance, Inc. Dr. Sean M. McWilliams Melba B. Meyer Charitable Trust Mellow Mushroom Mercy Hospital, Inc., Miami, FL Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Merk, Jr. Ms. Jane J. Mills Mrs. Doris B. Mink Jock Mobley Centennial Imports Ann Moody Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Elliot Moore Ed and Betsy Moreau Morette Company Angel Morrobel, M.D. and Maria Morrobel, M.D. The Mullet Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Murray, Jr. Dr. Dina Navarro and Family Navy Federal Credit Union NBC Securities, Inc. Newcomers Club of Pensacola Dr. H. Norman and Diane Noe W.J. & Jane C. Noonan Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Norcross

Northeast Pensacola Sertoma Club Dr. and Mrs. Rex L. Northup Martha and Rob Obbink Drs. Michael T. and Lan Q. O'Donnell Ogden Services Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Olinger OnMedia Zimmer Southeast, Team McMilion Cat Outzen Erma Palmer Anonymous Mrs. Elizabeth A. Park Given in memory of Evelyn Pate by Mayor Frank Pate John L. Peacock, Jr. and Jerre A. Peacock Pediatric Associates, P.A. Jessica and Anthony Pelezo, M.D. Pensacola Beach Yacht Club Pensacola Big Game Fishing Club Pensacola Ice Pilots Pensacola Men's Baseball League, Inc. Pensacola Pediatrics Pensacola Runner's Association Pensacola Sports Association Pensacola State College Pensacon, LLC Martha Perez Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Persons Pete Moore Automotive Group Joseph E. Peterson, M.D. Brad and Seana Phelps In loving memory of Cecilia R. "Sylvia" Pierce by Linda Maria Pierce Walter and Lalla Pierce Pink Pirates of Navarre Dr. & Mrs. Albert A. Post David and Michelle Powell Rick & Debbie Powell Mr. & Mrs. Bobby B. Price, Sr. Proffitt PR, LLC Bambi and Tom Provost Michael L. Psikogios, M.D.

Lourdes F. Quiray, M.D. Ratcliffe Foundation RE/MAX Real Estate Center #49173 RE/MAX Coastal Properties #49347 RE/MAX #490351 - Horizons RE/MAX #490353 Gulf Properties Sam and Barbara Reda Travis Reed Wes and Carolyn Reeder Susan & Jim Reeves Lynn Reichler Jerilynn Renfroe Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Richardson Richcor, Inc. Riding For A Reason Ralph, Blake & Grant Rish Buzz and Debbie Ritchie The Roach Foundation, Inc. Ralph & Margaret Roberson Robert A. Benz Family Foundation Louise Robison Drs. Cesar and Theresa Roca Rock Hard Designs Rodney L. Rich & Company, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Edwin W. Rogers, Jr. Ronald McDonald House Charities Rosemary Beach Trading Company Edie and Paul Rosenblum Raymond L. and Sarah C. Roton Kelly Rozier In memory of Elizabeth B. Ruby Dr. Alex and Keri Rusynyk Dr. Alan and Susan Sacks Family Saenger Theatre Saint Thomas Health Services - Nashville, TN Sammy's Management Company Sanders Brothers Electric, Inc. Sandestin Lions Club Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Sansing Bob & Carol Saucier Kit and Sue Sause Henry, Samantha, Emma, Elizabeth, Caroline and Steven Savoie Mr. Rodney Savoy Joe & Susan Scarborough Sidney & Marsha Scarborough Lori and Dr. Jeff Schievenin

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Schlenker Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Schloss Carol and Ron Schmidt Seaside Community Development Corp. Dr. Sharon Luent Seidel & Dr. Myron F. Seidel SEOM Solutions, Inc. The Seton Fund of the Daughters of Charity Shark's Tooth Golf Club Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shoaf Tom and Kim Shrewsbury Dr. Morris & Marissa Simhachalam Mrs. Zachary A. Simpson in Honor of Dr. Roger M. Orth Manuel Siverio Given in Honor of Clay Smallwood by The St. Joe Community Foundation Dr. and Mrs. James W. Smith William & Becky Smith Bill and Trisha Smith Socks Galore/Hanes Soft Rock 94.1 South Gulf County Volunteer Fire Department In Memory of William G. Spence, Sr. from Bill and Catherine Spence Glenn and Kelly Spradlin St. Joseph Catholic Church Nancy & William Stafford The Star & The Times Newspapers, Gulf/Franklin Counties Steel Systems of Pensacola, Inc. LeAnne & Matthew Steiner James and Ruth Anne Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Stickney, Sr. Peter C. and Doris J. Stratakis Stryker Studer Group Subway Development of Northwest Florida Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Switzer Dr. Paul A. Tamburro Dr. Jason Tanner Ted Ciano Family Mr. Scott Teel Ms. Carrie Thomas Tijuana Flats Burrito Co. Dr. Ruben B. Timmons Raymond and Kathleen Timothy Tuck & Sandra Todd-Atkinson


Karen Toth Transamerica Triad Isotopes, Inc. In memory of Blaise H. Vallese, Jr., James M. Vallese and Evelyn Vallese Given by Theresa Anne Vallese and James Paul Vallese Valley Crest Companies Tutta S. and Cyril E. Vetter Patrice A. Villemure VIP Pensacola Dr. & Mrs. Andrew B. Walker Walton County Snowbirds Mr. and Mrs. Garrett W. Walton The Walton Sun Prudential Coastal Properties Warren Hollow Metal Doors & Frames Waste Management, Inc. Sherri Hemminghaus Weeks Mark & Laura Wehry MD Mrs. Alicia A. Weil West Florida Area Health Education Center Bill and Brenda Westfall Paul & Joyce Westhoff Charles B. and Betty White White Wilson Medical Center In Honor of Our Loving Parents Given by David and Tina Whitfield Robert and Thyra Whitford Amy and Kevin Wilson Dr. & Mrs. Robert K. Wilson, Jr. Patricia Windham in Memory of Jay Windham Robert "Bob" and Mary Rita Wish Women's Civic Club of Panama City Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wright Mr. and Mrs. James K. Youngblood Dr. David and Michelle Zielinski Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Zimmermann

We strive to accurately recognize our donors. Please inform us of any errors or ommissions by calling (850) 416-4660.

ANNUAL DONORS Visionaries ($50,000+)

Guardians ($10,000+)

Anonymous Cordova Mall D. W. McMillan Foundation Susan L. Davis & Richard J. Henley Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation, Inc. Hilton Sandestin Beach, Golf Resort and Spa The Kugelman Foundation Julian and Kim MacQueen Mother Seton Guild NNGS Development Dr. Judith W. Ring Rowland Publishing Catharine D. Smith The St. Joe Company & St. Joe Community Foundation Anonymous The Sansing Foundation Walmart and Sam's Club Bubba Watson Foundation, Inc. Bubba and Angie Watson Family Foundation

Alabama Forestry Association Baroco Electric Construction Anonymous Carol and Charles Carlan Cat Country 98.7 RBC Bank The Coca-Cola Company CO-OP Financial Services Mr. William Coots, Jr. Cox Communications Cumulus Broadcasting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Demark ECUA Employees Golf Tournament Electronic Display Networks Anonymous Robert & Karen Emmanuel John E. Fellowes Florida Forestry Association/ Log-A-Load for Kids Mr. and Mrs. John M. Green George and Janice Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kelley Love's Travel Stop Rex and Jodene Lysinger Tom and Lynn McKenzie Neal Nash Panhandle Charitable Open, Inc. Anonymous Pensacola Radiology Consultants Pensacon, LLC Allen C. Phillips Pink Ribbon Pensacola, Inc. Robert A. Benz Family Foundation John and Deborah Roche Douglas A. Ross Sam's Club #8119 - Pensacola Manuel Siverio Henry and Ann Blair Stovall Thomas and Donna Sunnenberg VIP Pensacola Walmart #1032 - Lynn Haven Walmart #1207 - Callaway Walmart #1362 - Destin Walmart #1620 - Brewton Walmart #2114 - Chipley Walmart #2533 - Gulf Breeze

Humanitarians ($25,000.00+) The Chadbourne Foundation Fellowes Brand Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fowler Howard Group Silver Sands Premium Outlet Grand Boulevard at Sandestin Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Nickelsen Eric and Peg Nickelsen Credit Union for Kids Panda Restaurant Group Florida Panhandle Breast Cancer Association Sacred Heart Hospital Emerald Coast - Guild The Alys Foundation The Dr. John B. Webb Family Roger W. Webb - Wendy's Wind Creek Hospitality

Walmart #3119 Panama City Beach Walmart #5845 - Niceville Walmart #5872 Santa Rosa Beach Walmart #818 Panama City Beach Walmart #919 Fort Walton Beach Walmart #990 - Pace Mark & Laura Wehry MD Benefactors ($5,000+) Ace Hardware Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Adcox, Jr. ALSCO Mrs. Juanita Bender BLAB Network, Inc. Burnt Pine Ladies Golf Association Mr. and Mrs. James D. Catington CEFCO Convenience Stores Child's Play Crown Health Care Laundry Services, Inc. Direct Energy Dr. Stephanie and Jim Duggan Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edwards Emerald Coast Hospice Escambia County Board of County Commissioners Fishbein Orthodontics Terry and Barbara Fleischman Ms. Ramona K. Fleshman Jason & Amy Foland Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Fox Roger and Joni Ganger Great Southern Restaurants Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union James & Kim Martin Gulfside Landscaping, Inc. Roger and Susan Hall Hancock Bank Hoar Construction, LLC Hot Spot BBQ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Dr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Hughes

The John Newell Wade Foundation Jon and Jo Ann Laible In Memory of Margaret Laible Landrum Family Foundation (Nell & Britt Landrum) Love's Travel Stops #453 Love's Travel Stops #561 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Miller Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Pablo Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #2225 Naval Air Station PX Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #02389 Barry and Barbara Parks Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. Poitras Marlene R. Weller Publix #1258 Publix #1296 Publix #1303 Publix #1317 RE/MAX #490484 On the Coast Recreation Investments of Florida, Inc. dba The Track Wes and Carolyn Reeder Judge and Mrs. Wilkes C. Robinson Rock Hard Designs Rosemary Beach Foundation Sam's Club #6361 - Fort Walton Beach Sherry's Cake Shop Teresa Smith & Steve Piskun South Walton Utility Co., Inc. Southern Wine & Spirits Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Trawick Trustmark National Bank Walmart #1134 DeFuniak Springs Walmart #1222 Pensacola Boulevard Walmart #1224 Creighton Road Walmart #1375 - Marianna Walmart #1605 Mobile Highway Walmart #3075 23rd Street Panama City Walmart #3439 - Navarre

Walmart #3484 - Pensacola Walmart #3785 N. Navy Blvd. Walmart #5771 - Pensacola Walmart #7247 - Atmore Walmart #944 - Crestview Waste Management, Inc. Weatherby Consulting, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Weidner Mrs. Alicia A. Weil Marlene R. Weller Hunter and Carol Whittington Patrons ($1,000+) Ace Hardware #11879 Consolidated Ace Hardware Ace Hardware #5538 Walker's Michelle Adamolekun David C. Adams, M.D. and Mary L. Adams, M.D. In loving memory of Gerald Adcox, Sr. by VonDell Adcox In loving memory of Gerald Adcox, Sr. by VonDell Adcox Affordable Home Insurance Charities Foundation Mary and Joseph R. Agostinelli, D.P.M., Colonel, USAF (Ret.) All My Sons Moving and Storage American Dairy Queen Corporation American Legion Post 340 Riders Ramak and Christina Amjad Dr. and Mrs. Warren R. Amos Angelini Tile Company AppRiver Arthur Grant Blackwell Insurance, Inc. AT&T Michael P. Baggett Dick and Laverne Baker BancorpSouth Dr. Richard J. Barnett Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Baroco

Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Barrett Mike and Doris Beam BEAR General Contractors, LLC Beck Partners, LLC Ms. Stephanie B. Bell Autumn & Peyton Blackledge Dr. and Mrs. William B. Blanchard Ms. Julia Blatz Bluewater Orthopedics, PA Boneheads Grill Salvatore A. Bonelli Mr. Gary Bowman Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bradley Bread of Life Ms. Molly Brown Mr. William Bubel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Buehler Buffalo Wild Wings Mr. and Mrs. Steve Burch Timothy T. Burchell William R. Burden, M.D. James J. Burns Ms. Jamie Calvert Mr. and Mrs. George Calvi Calvin Bentley Charitable Foundation Trust Mr. and Mrs. Joe Capers John and Robin Carr Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC CEFCO Convenience Store #407 - Niceville CEFCO Convenience Store #408 - Crestview CEFCO Convenience Store #409 - Niceville CEFCO Convenience Stores #410 CEFCO Convenience Stores #412 CEFCO Convenience Stores #413 Charity Golf International Chesebro Enterprises Inc. Chick-fil-A - Destin Chico's FAS, Inc. Frances A. Childre Church of the Resurrection Dr. Nancy Churosh Coastal Bank and Trust Pensacola

Coastal Skin Surgery and Dermatology Mr. Mark R. Gregory Columbia Southern University, Inc. Community Bank Greater Escambia Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Cope Susan and Anthony Cornejo Covenant Care Custom Baskets & Balloons Mr. Franklyn L. Cutrone Dave and Darrell Dabria Ms. Jeanne Dailey Dairy Queen #41751 - Scenic Highway Dairy Queen #42752 / DQ Grill & Chill Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. H. Don Davis Mr. Peter Debogory Dr. and Mrs. T. Joseph Dennie Ms. Mary Lou Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Silvio D'Orazio Downey Trees, Inc. Driven Brands / Take 5 Kerry and Brian Eaton Mr. Jason H. Echols Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Matthew Peacock Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: John L. Peacock, Jr. Emerald Coast Scoopers Inc Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon The Endoscopy Group, LLC Escambia County Healthy Start Coalition, Inc. Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A.M. Escarosa Alliance Evergreen Anonymous Mrs. Whitney Fike Mr. Frank L. Flautt, Jr. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse Florida Blue Foundation Forever Memories Mr. Cory Fosdyck Mr. and Mrs. Dana Foster Fred's Inc. #2248 - Milton Fred's Super Dollar Stores Ms. Dawn R. Gagnon Mr. Stephen T. Gampher Mr. Joe P. Giangrosso Governor's Gate Apartments Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gray Dr. Frank Greskovich Gulf Coast Gymnastics Mr. Matthew Hagen

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Mrs. Kathleen G. Hall Mr. and Mrs. John Halstead, MDiv Hardee's Mr. William G. Harker Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Hay Mrs. Margaret S. Hayes Dr. and Mrs. Mose S. Hayes, III Dr. Kerrian Hudson Dr. and Dr. Kelly Heegard

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Heidecker Pamela S. Heinold, BHGRE, Main Street Properties Theresa M. Hinson Mr. Stephen T. Holman & Justin T. Holman Dr. Marjorie Homlar Hot Head Burritos Mr. Kevin Hyams International Paper

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Isaac W. Byrd Family Foundation Dr. Lisa Jaacks and Mr. Jim Jaacks Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. David F. Jefferson Steve and Nina Jeffords Dr. Peter J. Jennings Michael and Phyllis Johnson State Farm Insurance

Dr. Thomas and Vanessa Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Casey Joiner Ms. Tammy Karamarinov Christopher and Jules Kariher Ms. Ivey Kelly Justin and Amber Labrato Mr. Dietmar G. and Dr. Susan J. Laenger Lamar Advertising Company Ms. Linda Langford Ms. Kelly Layman LeBeau Clinic Life Care Center of Pensacola LifeNet Health Mr. Warren H. Lindsley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Linton Mr. and Mrs. John Lubker Marble Slab Creamery Dr. William and Terri Markowski Marriott International, Inc. Stephen & Erin Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. Trip Maygarden McGuire's Irish Pub Mrs. Marie McKenna Dr. Sean M. McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Merk, Jr. Mickelson Construction Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Zachary C. Midgett Mrs. Patricia A. Mills Jock Mobley Centennial Imports Mr. and Mrs. John Modzelewski Ann Moody Dr. and Mrs. James A. Moody Mr. Thomas Muldowney Mr. Robert Murphy My Vacation Haven LLC Ms. Cecilia Nanni Mr. Eric Navarre Navy Federal Credit Union Mr. Barry L. Nelson Mr. Jay Nettles Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ochs Drs. Michael T. and Lan Q. O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Heath Owens Mr. & Mrs. Ashley D. Pace, Jr. Panda Restaurant Group, Inc #02366

Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #2074 Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #02283 Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #02354 Dr. Nicholas G. Papajohn Dr. Jonathan C. Papic Dr. Robert F. Patterson and Mrs. Deborah A. Cook Pen Air Federal Credit Union Pensacola State College Pensacola Yacht Club Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Persons Pete Moore Automotive Group Ms. Tammy W. Pierce PJV Holdings Inc. Gannett Foundation/ Pensacola News Journal Mr. and Mrs. Les Porterfield David and Michelle Powell Mr. Oren Powell Mr. Henry A. Price Primal Pre-Made Nutrition Proffitt PR, LLC Publix #153 Publix #383 Publix #481 Publix #677 Publix #766 Publix #801 Publix #896 Publix #1005 Publix #1173 Publix #1189 Publix #1225 Publix #1241 Publix #1316 Publix #1318 Publix #1343 Publix #1351 Publix #1461 Publix #1522 Dr. and Mrs. Kapil Puri Qualified Marketing Service Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ramage Rawson and Braxton RE/MAX Southern Realty RE/MAX #490277 Gulf Coast Realty RE/MAX #490291 Agency One RE/MAX Coastal Properties #49347

RE/MAX #490351 - Horizons RE/MAX #490353 Gulf Properties RE/MAX #490616 America's Top Realty Red Bull Sam and Barbara Reda Travis Reed Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reily Jerilynn Renfroe Mr. and Mrs. James H. Richards Risa's Interiors RLB Unlimited DBA Bijoux Dr. Alan and Susan Sacks Family Dr. and Mrs. Alan I. Sacks Mr. William O. Salter Sammy's Management Company Sam's Club #8151 Panama City Sam's Fun City Sandy Sansing Chevrolet Kit and Sue Sause Lori and Dr. Jeff Schievenin Linda and Dr. William E. Schmidt and Family Mr. Robert D. Schoen Jeff and Robin Schwartz Seacrest Fitness Company Security's Lending Hand Foundation Ms. Tracey Sheets Shirley's Deli Catering Tom and Kim Shrewsbury Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. Silcox Skip Deems Ceramics Mr. Michael Smith Mr. and Mrs. Durham J. Snuffin Ms. Jane Solomon Somerby of Santa Rosa Beach Mr. and Dr. Jason B. Sprenkle Dr. Francia T. Squatrito, DPM Mr. William Stark Mr. Ken Staton LeAnne & Matthew Steiner James and Ruth Anne Stevens Strobel & Hunter, Inc. Studer Group Anonymous Mr. Marc T. Sumner Anonymous Ms. Kristen Sylvester Take 5 #53 Mr. Jeremiah J. Talbott, PA Dr. Paul A. Tamburro Dr. Jason Tanner Ms. Donna Tate Dr. Morris L. Tate, Jr. Mr. Christopher Taylor The Cherrie and Bill Rankin Fund The Henderson Beach Resort

The Saint Paul Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Toole Ms. Susan Torti Touchstone Imaging Pensacola Mr. Gary Turner United Networks of America United Way of OkaloosaWalton Counties University of Florida Health Dr. and Mrs. Arjen L. Van De Voorde Jon and Teri Vice Jon and Teri Vice Patrice A. Villemure Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Walker Walmart #5623 - Gulf Breeze Walmart #6531 - Pensacola Walmart Neighborhood Market #4357 Warren Averett Companies, LLC Wells Fargo Whataburger Mr. Bryan Whitehead Mr. Andrew Wiggins Mrs. Mary W. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams Mr. Adam Willis Amy and Kevin Wilson Ms. Elizabeth A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Jackson L. Wilson, Jr. Wonderful Wacky Women Mrs. LuAnn Young Zarzaur Law P.A. Dr. David and Michelle Zielinski Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Zimmermann Mr. David Zinke Joe and Judy Zito Friends ($250+) Abrakadoodle Ace Hardware #10167 Racetrack Ace Hardware #11892 Ace Hardware #12330 Innerarity Ace Hardware Ace Hardware #14304 - Home and Garden Center Ace Hardware #14451 Ace Hardware #16030 West Pensacola Ace Hardware #16274 Consolidated Ace Hardware

Ace Hardware #16416 Lynn Haven Ace Hardware #3245 Ace Hardware #4549 - Walker's Ace Hardware #5547Ace Home Helpers Ace Hardware #844 St. Joe Hardware Aegean Restaurant ALK Designs Ms. Sarah Al-Qahtani Ms. Yessica Alvarez-Zubia American Legion Auxiliary Unit 340 Michael & Kimberlee Anderson Mr. Nathan Anderson Dr. Don S. Angelo Arcadia ICR LLC Ms. Susie Argeris Ms. Connie A. Armstrong Bagdad Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Baggett Mr. Jimmie Bailey Mr. David Bailly Ms. Heather Ballard Dr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Bankert Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Barberi, Jr. Mr. Bill Barrett Ms. Janet M. Barrett Mrs. Amy Barron Mr. and Mrs. Larry Batchelor Mr. Ronald Bates Mr. Richard C. Baumann Anonymous Ms. Natalie Beiswenger Mr. and Mrs. Byron Beitel Mr. Scott J. Bell Mrs. Sharon W. Bell Mr. Gilbert O. Bennett Bere Jewelers Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beulah Academy of Science Middle School Ms. Betty Jo Billups Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bonar Ms. Janeth Bondurant Ms. Kayleigh Bowen Mrs. Jessica Bracken Mrs. Teressa Bradley Mr. Scott C. Brady Ms. Lindsey Braxton-Shook Ms. Constance Brookhart Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brooks Ms. Mitchell Brooks


Ms. Hailey Brown Anonymous Mr. Larry Buck Burnt Pine Golf Club Cactus Flower Cafe Ms. Bernice Cain Callahan's Restaurant and Deli Capital Genealogy Captured Moments Anonymous Ms. Linda L. Carden Carrabba's Italian Grill Sandestin Carter & Company Certified Public Accountants LLC Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carter Mr. Donald Carunchio Charter Bank Mr. Aaron Cheek Ms. Erin Cheek Mrs. Suzanne Chesebro Chico's FAS, Inc.- Chico's #0685- Cordova Mall Chico's FAS, Inc.Chico's #3471 Mr. and Mrs. J. David Chmiel Chrisoula's Cheesecake Shoppe Dr. Jim Clark, DMD Steve and Charleen Clark Mr. Thomas Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Cline Ms. Renea Clowdsley Coletta Consulting, LLC Ms. Adrianne Collins Combined Federal Campaign Ms. Janis Cook Mrs. Mary C. Corboy Cordova Rotary Club, Inc. Ms. Crystal A. Corkhill Mr. and Mrs. John D. Courtney Mr. Rod Courtney Mr. Gerald Cox Ms. Brittany Crutchfield Culver's Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham Dairy Queen #41749 Dairy Queen #41750 Niceville Dairy Queen #41753 Panama City Beach Dairy Queen #42098 Lynn Haven Dairy Queen #42988 / DQ Grill & Chill Mrs. Oanh Dang

Mr. Kermit Dau Mr. Robert Davies Mr. Keith Dean Mr. Steven P. Del Gallo Ms. Brenda Dela Cruz Mr. Hector J. Delgado Mr. Zach Denio Destin Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Dickson Dr. Robert P. Dillard Ms. Julia R. Dorathy Ms. Tara P. Downey Mr. Kevin DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Dugas Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dulin Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Dunwoody Ms. Diane Ebentheuer Ms. Robyn Ebers Ecco Motors Mr. Christopher J. Echele Ms. Kim Eisele Emerald Bay Development Corp. eMP Billing Ms. Carol D. Eubanks Mr. Michael Eveland Ms. Sharon Faircloth Fairytale By Christina Faith Chapel Funeral Home Ms. Terri Fayard Mr. Jim Fee Ms. Lisa Fell Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Michael L. Ferguson Ms. Charlotte Field Ms. Karrie Fields Fine Art By: Holly A. Jones, Inc. Five Flags Speedway Ms. Shannon D. Floyd Colonel Allan T. Ford Ms. Merrette Fraser Ms. Kimberly A. Frasier Fred's Inc. #1163 - Bonifay Fred's Inc. #1535 - Brewton Mr. and Mrs. Mike Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Frens Ms. Sauntie Fuller Mr. William Fullerton Ms. Lisa Gardner General Mills Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Gobeli Anita S. Godwin Ms. Deborah Goldberg

Mr. Michael B. Goodman Mrs. Jessica Grabowski Ms. Ann Graves Mr. Charles Grayson Anonymous H2O Distributors Mr. and Mrs. Terry A. Halvorsen Ms. Delila A. Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Hanson Mrs. Carla Hard Ms. Annette B. Hare Ms. Amy Harris Ms. Ashley Harris Anonymous Ms. Diana C. Harris Ms. Essie Harris Mr. and Mrs. David Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Hatch Mr. Chris Hattlestad Hawkins, Inc. Ms. Robyn Heigert Mr. John H. Heimbach Ms. Leslie Hernandez Mrs. Sara S. Hill Ms. Cheri Hlubek Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites Waterpark Ms. Charlotte Holley Mr. Robert G. Holmes Hot Spots Fishing Charters Ms. Amelia Howell Col. and Mrs. Raymond W. Hower Ms. Dora C. Huelsbeck Mrs. Carey Huff ID Group IHOP - #360100 IHOP Inshore Fishing with Captain Wes Rozier Ms. Margaret A. Irving Jack Pine Studio Ms. Courtney Jean Jerrold V. and Joyce F. Larson Foundation Jewelers Trade Shop Ms. Patricia M. Johnston Mr. Tommy Judd Judson Baptist Church Ms. Stephanie Justice Mr. Mark Kaltz Ms. Stephanie Keefe Mr. and Mrs. John T. Keith Ms. Diane Kelley Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Kellogg

Ms. Ann Kelly Ms. Susan Kennedy Mr. and Ms. Peter Keremes Mr. Ron Kilpatrick Mr. Henry M. Kirsch Ms. Tedra Knie Knights of Columbus Council #7968 - Ladies Auxiliary Father Thomas Koyickal Sister Ellen Kron Ms. Judy Kruse Ms. Christina Kuehn Mr. Larry L. and Dr. Patti McNames Kunkel La Vie Est Belle Ms. Jessica Lacasse Mr. Kevin Lampron Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lavery Mr. and Mrs. Arden Lea Ms. Hannah Leak Ms. Hyechin Lin Live Oak Landscape Longhorn Steakhouse Anonymous Ms. Vicki S. Lucas Ms. Carla M. Ludlam Ms. Catherine Lynch Maaco #12557 Mr. and Mrs. Hossein Maleki Ms. Erin Martin Ms. Kaitlyn Martin Mrs. Susan H. Martin Ms. Linda Kay Martinez Anonymous Dr. and Mrs. Shane Medlock Members First Credit Union Credit Union for Kids Mrs. Ina Messinger Ms. Catherine Metzger Dr. David Miller Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miller Mrs. Shannon L. Miller-Pugh Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Mitchell Mr. Ron A. Moliterno Mr. Peter Montana Ms. Angelique Morris Ms. Myla A. Morris Dr. Kurt Morrison Angel Morrobel, M.D. and Maria Morrobel, M.D. Anonymous Mrs. Jamie S. Muhammad Mr. Bradley Myers Ms. Krystal Nall Mr. David Napolitano Navarre Pediatrics Mr. and Mrs. James D. Neilson, Jr.

Ms. Phuong Nguyen Nick's Boathouse Mr. Eric Nuetzman Ms. Samantha O'Brien Mrs. Catherine L. O'Malley Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ore Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Owens Mr. Elzie L. Owens Mr. Gary W. Owens Mr. William W. Paden Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. #02819 Ms. Candi Parker Ms. Jennifer Parker Mr. and Mrs. John M. Parmigiano Ms. Wanda C. Paryzek Ms. Brenda Pearson Pensacola Interstate Fair Pensacola Little Theatre Pensacola Pediatrics Ms. Jaylene Perez Pieology Pierle Family Charitable Foundation Pine Forest High School Pish Posh Patchouli's Ms. Veronica Portis Mr. and Mrs. James D. Prim Mr. Michael W. Pryor Publix #885 - Sandestin Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Purdy Ms. Carol O. Quina Ramjack Charters Mr. and Mrs. Cody L. Rawson RE/MAX Real Estate Center #49173 Ready Mix USA Red Lobster Restaurant Ms. Chancie Reed Mr. Clark Reid Mr. Brandon Remaklus Dr. and Dr. James B. Renfroe Ms. Sheila Richards Ms. Sandra K. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Riffell Ms. Julie-Anne Rispoli Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rizza, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Robbins Dr. Elizabeth S. Robison Drs. Cesar and Theresa Roca Mr. and Mrs. Armando J. Roces Ms. Shannon Roesch Mr. Phillip Roosen Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Rowell Mr. Eddy Rudd

Mr. and Mrs. Reid Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Russell Saenger Theatre Mr. Erik M. Salsgiver Ms. Pearlas Sanborn Mr. Charles J. Sanders, III Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort Santa Rosa Golf and Beach Club, Inc. Ms. Julie Sauer Mr. Samual Sauer Mrs. Katie Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Sause Ms. Amanda Saveikonis Mrs. Jeanette R. Schaal Ms. Shawn D. Schnyder Ms. Casey Schoenbeck Ms. Peggy N. Scruggs SeaWorld Adventure Park Dr. Sharon Luent Seidel & Dr. Myron F. Seidel Ms. Ashley Sepessy Mrs. Kerrie J. Sessions Ms. Shonna Shanahan Mr. Paul Sherwin Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shoaf Mr. Dennis Shouppe Mr. Jeffrey A. Silva Skin Couture Ms. Deborah Smith Ms. Genia Smith Mr. Kevin Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Ms. Margherita Snipes Mrs. Michele S. Sorrell Southwest Airlines Ms. Holli Spencer Mr. Beau Stahl Ms. Judy A. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens Mr. and Mrs. David P. Stewart Mr. Kenneth Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Stickney, Sr. Ms. Jean R. Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Stan L. Strobel Mr. Ron Strober Mr. Josh Summers Anonymous Sweet Season Farms LLC Mr. Frederick Szymanski Take 5 #113 Ms. Heather Tate Ms. Amber Taylor Ms. Donna Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Ms. Beverly Teseniar Father George Thekkummatta Ms. Stacy Thomas Ms. Joanne M. Thompson Three Trade Consultants, Inc. Thrif-T-Drugs Tijuana Flats Burrito Co. Tom the Copier Guy LLC

Mr. Will Tomlin Tommy Bahama Ms. Alyssa Tucker Tuscany Italian Bistro UF Health Sacred Heart Programs University of West Florida Mr. Barton Urnoway Vineyard Vines - Sandestin Wade Wilson, C.P.A, P.A. Walmart Stores, Inc. Ms. Kellie Walsh Ms. Patricia Walton Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ward Ms. Kimberly D. Warner Ms. Arnetha Welcome Mr. Chad Whitaker White Tie Rock Ensemble Ms. Cynthia A. Wiggins Dr. James B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Michael Williams Anonymous Dr. Charles H. Wingo Ms. Donna L. Wisdom Ms. Linda Witherspoon Mr. John Woody Ms. Tami Worley Ms. Vera R. Wright Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wyatt Mr. Johnny Wyse Mr. and Mrs. Cole Yuknis Ms. Christine H. Zajac

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