2021 Annual Report

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2021 Annual Report Thankful, grateful & truly blessed


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Letter from Carol Carlan Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation Board Children’s Miracle Network Hero: Carter Harrison A Dream Come True: Bear Family Foundation Titus Phillips: A Family’s Impact on Healing Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Two Years Panda Express: A Bear Hug to Our Community Regional Clinical Education Center St. Joe Community Foundation: April Wilkes Second Annual Cat Country 98.7 Cares for Kids Radiothon Virtual 26th Cordova Mall Ball Caduceus Society on the Emerald Coast Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation Team Order of the Cornette Annual Donors


Letter from Carol Carlan Dear Friends, We have closed out the most unusual fiscal year in our history, and we now look forward to a bright, healthy, vibrant 2022. Yet we cannot move forward without reflecting on the year that just ended, a year that inspires three emotions in me: thankful, grateful, truly blessed. We are thankful for leaders who, as the pandemic unfolded, stepped up in circumstances and roles never imagined. They are the nurses, physicians, respiratory therapists, housekeepers, support staff and administrators — heroes all — who put community above self throughout the darkest days of COVID-19. We are equally thankful for the scientists who developed highly effective vaccines. We are grateful that our planners, leadership and clinicians pushed forward on many fronts while dealing with the pandemic. The results are new facilities, locations and service lines across Ascension Sacred Heart. Most of all, we are truly blessed by you, our loyal donors, partners and volunteers. Whether you are a member of Order of the Cornette or made your first gift because you wanted to help meet a historic challenge, thank you.

Without you, we would not have opened vital new facilities or attracted the extraordinary talent needed to staff them. As the Daughters of Charity knew when they founded Ascension Sacred Heart, the local community is the most critical and special blessing of all. Whether in person or virtually, by mail, providing supplies or meals, or volunteering in unknown circumstances, you blessed your neighbors and us last year in a profound way. We can never fully express Ascension Sacred Heart’s deep gratitude for your kindness and generosity. In the following pages, we share some of that gratitude by highlighting what you made possible in an impossible time. For all of these, and much, much more, we are indeed thankful, grateful and truly blessed! Warmly,

Carol Carlan, President Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation

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The Board

Ascension 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.

JUSTIN A. BECK CHAIR

JAMES HOSMAN VICE CHAIR

RIC NICKELSEN TREASURER

MICHAEL BAGGETT SECRETARY

AARON BALL MEMBER

AUTUMN BLACKLEDGE MEMBER

NINA HESS CAMPBELL MEMBER

CEO Beck Partners

Market President Centennial Bank

Vice President, Commercial Lending Smartbank

Senior Financial Advisor Senior V.P. Wealth Mgmt., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.

Partner MediaTech Direct

Owner Autumn Beck Blackledge, PLLC

Design Associate Aqua Décor & Design

Foundation Staff CAROL CARLAN

PRESIDENT Carol.Carlan@ascension.org

EMILY IOAKIM

PAMELA S. HEINOLD MEMBER

JUSTIN T. HOLMAN, ESQ MEMBER

MICHAEL JOHNSON PAST CHAIR

JANE LAUTER MEMBER

WES PAYNE MEMBER

Broker Associate Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate

Partner The Holman Law Firm

Owner Michael Johnson - State Farm Insurance

President The Kugelman Family Foundation

Real Estate Sales Associate Coldwell Banker, Pensacola

CMN COORDINATOR Emily.Ioakim@ascension.org

HOPE LUKASIK

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Hope.Lukasik@ascension.org

JANET PIEPUL

DIRECTOR, MAJOR GIFTS / PLANNED GIVING Janet.Piepul@ascension.org

CORTLANDT ROCES

DEVELOPMENT ANALYST Cortlandt.Roces@ascension.org

JENNIFER SABA

ANNUAL GIVING COORDINATOR Jennifer.Saba@ascension.org

LISA WAINWRIGHT

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H. WESLEY “WES” REEDER PAST CHAIR

THOMAS ROCHE MEMBER

President Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon

Owner Drug Free Workplace

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KERRY ANNE SCHULTZ, ESQ. MEMBER

Attorney Schultz Law Group

MALLORY STUDER MEMBER

CHRIS TILLEY MEMBER

General Manager Oyster Bay Boutique Hotel

General Manager Cordova Mall

President Studer Family Foundation

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Lisa.Wainwright@ascension.org

GILLIAN WARD

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Gillian.Ward@ascension.org


Home Run For Life

Young Carter Harrison doesn’t let rare disease keep him off the bases With help from his parents, Carter Harrison slid into home plate Saturday, July 17, at a Pensacola Blue Wahoos game. Those in attendance witnessed Carter’s grit and determination in overcoming symptoms of a rare developmental disorder that leaves children like him unable to walk or talk. When Carter was born with a heart defect, it came as a shock to his parents after a very normal pregnancy. Diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot, a combination of congenital abnormalities, Carter spent the first weeks of his life in the neonatal intensive care unit on oxygen, medications, a breathing tube, and a G-tube to deliver food directly to his stomach. At 4 months old, Carter was diagnosed with Takenouchi-Kosaki Syndrome, a condition so rare

only 16 people in the world have been diagnosed with it. Because of DNA changes among the 16, the Harrisons can only compare Carter’s case with three others worldwide, including one little girl in Canada. He’s been enrolled in therapy since he was 3 months old and is a graduate of the Early Steps program at Ascension Sacred Heart. Carter has physical, speech and feeding therapy once a week at home, and he sees 10 to 13 specialists at the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart. Today, Carter can walk and talk — things most people with his syndrome can’t do. In addition to being selected for Blue Wahoos Home Run for Life, Carter has been named this year’s Children’s Miracle Network Hospital Hero. 2021 Annual Report

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A Dream Come True

The Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope Some call it a dream. Ascension Sacred Heart calls it vision: our never-ending quest to provide the best healthcare possible. Even before Studer Family Children’s Hospital (SFCH) opened in early 2019, we envisioned new and expanded services. SFCH was built with expansion in mind. A state-of-the-art pediatric oncology center topped the list. Just two years later, it opened to patients. In 2019, as Studer Family Children’s Hospital’s dedication approached, the Bear Family Foundation 6

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announced a grant of $1.75 million to help make the new center a reality. The largest grant in the foundation’s history underscored the Bears’ commitment to children with cancer. In their honor, the facility is named The Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope. “My family is proud to invest in the future of pediatric oncology care in the community we have called home for more than five generations,” says Lewis Bear. “My three children and two of my grandchildren were born at Sacred Heart, and we are honored to support children

and families in their greatest time of need.” Cindi Bear Bonner, a member of Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola’s advisory council, founded Rally Pensacola to support pediatric cancer research. She says, “While research is very important, there’s also a need for a sense of community, a sense of hope and a necessity for families to stay home together.” Like kids anticipating a birthday party, the oncology team’s dream was realized on May 10, when five children transferred into the 16,000-square-foot, ocean-themed center. It includes nine private rooms, a playroom, family lounge, “submarine room” for movie-watching, and laundry room. Tablets and smart phones allow kids to animate sea creatures that decorate the walls. The goal is to enable families to be together as much as possible and focus on healing because treatment can require weeks or months of hospitalization. SFCH President Will Condon says, “Holistic healing is critical for a child. They won’t do as well if mom and dad aren’t there, if siblings aren’t there. We believe in family-centered patient care.” Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, the center’s director, notes, “We see approximately 40 new patients every year. For years, our patients have been on regular pediatrics floors. This beautiful, dedicated space will give families privacy and a sense of security.” The Center was designed by Darrell Palama and built by Greenhut Construction. At the center’s opening, Carol Carlan, President of Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation, thanked the Bear Family for their generosity and for inspiring others. The $4 million Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope was fully funded by donations. Over 1,000 donors joined the Bear Family Foundation to make this vision and dream come true.


Staying Together

Thanks to facilities designed for long stays, Titus Phillips fights with the strength of family Desiree Goodwin first noticed unexplained symptoms in her teenage son after a long day at an amusement park last August. Titus Phillips appeared more tired than usual. The next day, when he found a large blood clot in his mouth, his mom rushed him to urgent care. Titus was admitted to Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart the same day, where pieces of the puzzle started coming together. Testing confirmed that the fatigue and easy bleeding were symptoms of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, one of the most common childhood cancers of the blood and bone marrow that affect the white blood cells. He was prepped for surgery to implant a chemotherapy port. In the span of 24 hours, their whole world changed. “In a way, it was a blessing that it happened so fast because we didn’t have time to process what was happening,” Desiree said. “We were able to take it one day at a time.” Every month since his diagnosis, Titus has been admitted to the hospital for treatment or observation. The feeling of isolation and frustration — which can be common in kids who are hospitalized — went away after being transferred to the new Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope that opened in May. The pediatric oncology center was designed to be a comfortable, welcoming, homelike environment

that allows families to be together when they need each other most. Almost half of the 16,000-squarefoot space is devoted to accommodations, such as a play area, family room, movie room, laundry room and respite rooms. Located on the first floor of the Children’s Hospital, the center brings together highly specialized clinicians and team members who can address the unique medical needs of children facing cancer, all the while supporting their families every step of the way. The center was made possible through a $1.75 million donation from the Bear Family Foundation. Desiree said the new pediatric oncology center has quickly become their home away from home. Their family can share time together while eating meals in the family room or watching movies in the movie room — moments of normalcy that Desiree said they took for granted before his leukemia diagnosis 10 months ago. Titus recently marked his 16th birthday surrounded by friends and family. Desiree said the care and compassion her son has received at Children’s Hospital have been second to none. “We love this hospital and couldn’t imagine being anywhere else.” For more information about the Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope, visit HealthCare.Ascension.org/locations/florida/ flpen/pensacola-bear-family-foundation-pediatriconcology-center-for-hope. 2021 Annual Report

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Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Two Years Milestones Achieved, More to Come

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New milestones are always on the horizon at Studer Family Children’s Hospital (SFCH) at Sacred Heart. In Spring 2019, we celebrated the hospital’s 50th anniversary and dedicated the new SFCH — a stateof-the-art building designed to embrace future milestones. In two short years, we have added several major services, beginning with a 10-bed pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) that came online in 2020, replacing its 25-year-old predecessor. This January brought a brandnew pediatric surgical suite with six operating rooms, two procedure rooms and 14 post-acute care rooms. This $19 million facility features the latest technology, plus pre-surgical and post-surgical recovery areas designed specifically for children. “Children’s bones are still growing, their blood vessels, organs and airways are much smaller, their hearts beat faster, and the dosages of anesthesia and other drugs have to be different from those for adults,” explains Dr. Bryan Weidner, a SFCH pediatric surgeon. Like the PICU, it is the only one of its kind in Northwest Florida. A third milestone, detailed earlier in this report, was the opening of a new pediatric hematology/oncology center this May. Other new services include a pediatric audiology program and sleep center. “This investment in specialized pediatric facilities reflects our ongoing commitment to provide the children and families of our region with the safest, highest level of care,” says Will Condon, President of the Children’s Hospital. “No other

hospital in Northwest Florida provides this level of expertise, training, technology and equipment dedicated solely to caring for children.” Achieving new milestones also means adding new specialties. In 2021, our first pediatric neurologist and first pediatric ophthalmologist joined the staff, along with nine other pediatric subspecialists in cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, surgery, hematology/oncology, nephrology, orthopedics and pulmonary. And now, after two years, outreach is the next milestone. It begins with accessibility. “We believe that children and their families benefit when they can access the right care at the right time in the right place. Wherever possible, we want children to get care in their own communities with easy access to their support networks of family and friends,” says Condon. “That is why we opened or expanded pediatric services, including emergency, in Miramar Beach, Navarre, Panama City Beach, Pensacola and South Walton this year.” Outreach also includes sharing the vast wealth of knowledge and experience of our highly specialized physicians. Thus, Ascension Sacred Heart created a pediatric simulation team to train those who care for children at other facilities. Future milestones? President Condon pledges, “Studer Family Children’s Hospital will continue to grow to meet the needs of our patients and their families — close to home, close to family and friends, and close to school.”


Panda Express: A Bear Hug to Our Community

The American Chinese restaurant in Pensacola continues to support Children’s Miracle Network The next time you think about where to eat, consider a restaurant that makes a difference. Located less than a mile from the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart, Panda Express has been a proud partner of the Children’s Miracle Network since 2007, donating more than $100 million to its hospitals to date. “At Panda, we believe every child deserves the chance to succeed and create a life full of possibilities, and that can be achieved with healthy bodies and minds,” says Tina Hsing, director of Panda Cares, the philanthropic arm of Panda Express. “Since the very beginning, our commitment has been to support the health and education of youth, especially those in underserved communities.” Panda fundraises in stores and through corporate events to give back to the communities it serves. Founded upon a core value of giving, Panda Cares has a big heart for kids. “We are honored to be able to help the staff and families at local children’s hospitals and be part of the healing journey,” Hsing says. When you visit a Panda Express location, you may be asked for a donation to support your local hospital at the register, and you may hear a bell followed by a cheer of “Thank You” — an experience you’ll see every time a donation is made. Additionally, restaurant associates give their time and resources by visiting children and

families alongside the Panda mascot, bringing smiles and their delicious American Chinese food. “Giving back and having a generous heart actually work better in life,” says Andrew Cherng, co-founder of Panda Express. “Our passion for giving means that we contribute to the communities we serve, in any way we can.” Each year, Panda Express raises funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in three main ways: in-store and online donations, an Associate Giving Program by which associates pledge a portion of their paycheck to their local hospital, and special events — including the annual Panda Cares Golf Tournament, which raised a record-breaking $3 million in 2019. “We have shared values with the Studer Family Children’s Hospital in Pensacola and a joint mission of taking care of the community,” Hsing shares. “When our

associates go to the hospitals and visit the children and families we are supporting firsthand, their stories and resilience inspire them to do more.” In addition to raising more than $125,000 for the Children’s Hospital last year, Panda Express donated more than 200 meals and 18,000 surgical masks to aid in COVID-19 relief at Ascension Sacred Heart Pensacola — with more than 5 million masks and 59,000 hot meals donated across our nation. According to Hsing, that’s just part of the culture of the restaurant group founded by Andrew and Peggy Cherng. “We believe that during times of crisis, it is even more important to take care of our communities and reach out to help lift up others,” she says. “We are blessed to have the means to make a difference.” So … what’s for dinner tonight? 2021 Annual Report

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Bringing Bay Back

Introducing Ascension Sacred Heart Bay’s Regional Clinical Education Center

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For over 70 years, Ascension Sacred Heart Bay (ASHB) has been a pillar of the Panama City community and its environs. However, this award-winning hospital was nearly destroyed when Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida Panhandle in October 2018. But Ascension Sacred Heart was committed to carrying out its quick restoration and bringing Bay back better than ever. Its rebuilding would incorporate the technological infrastructure required to support the upgrades and clinical service additions that leadership envisioned. As a result of this futuristic planning, ASHB embarked upon a project destined to impact the quality of nursing care for generations: The creation of a Regional Clinical Education Center (RCEC) designed to provide a comprehensive training experience for every nurse joining the Ascension Sacred Heart team.

At 5,515 square feet, the RCEC encompasses half of the newly refurbished and upgraded Medical Office Building’s second floor. Its capabilities allows all nurses to have identical training and preparation, whether they have been in the profession for 20 years or just received their degree. The RCEC employs a holistic methodology of “onboarding” its new staff, taking into account the importance of each nurse and clinical staff member as a person. It includes classroom and hands-on involvement guided by nurse educators, offering the latest instructional technologies along with mentoring. The RCEC’s program is designed to provide realtime, hands-on clinical and teamwork training through simulations, small group discussions, applied skills practice, and instruction in Electronic Health Record (EHR) documentation. A key feature of the curriculum are its high-fidelity “manikins” — extraordinary pieces of equipment, programmable for dozens of real-life situations and emergencies. The RCEC will have nine faculty members drawn from the educational staffs at ASHB, Ascension Sacred Heart Emerald Coast and Ascension Sacred Heart Gulf. Classes are taught virtually to take full advantage of the talents and experience of some of the best nurses on the Gulf Coast. In the near future, nurses who are recent graduates will participate in a Residency Program, and those planning to specialize can apply for the Fellowship Program. The Center also offers continuing education for all nurses and clinical staff. Terrie Fontenot, MSN, RN, CENP, System Chief Nursing Officer, Ascension Florida, explains, “Across the entire healthcare continuum, no groups have a greater impact than our nurses and clinical support staff. Our new RCEC will provide them with the skills and tools to bring an even higher level of care to our patients.”


‘The Best Job Ever’ St. Joe Community Foundation is enriching the lives of thousands of people who live in Northwest Florida

April Wilkes serves as executive director of The St. Joe Community Foundation (SJCF), created in 1999, as a way to give back and support the communities that St. Joe Company develops. The foundation was established as a 501(c) (3) private organization designed to provide financial grants to other 501(c)(3) entities in Northwest Florida. SJCF is structured so that it will continue this support in perpetuity, long after the company’s development work in the community is completed. Since 1999, it has provided over $29 million in grants, with more than 50 percent of that going to support Bay and Walton county schools. When nonprofits apply for funding, April’s responsibility is to review and evaluate the purpose of their grant. Her suggestions are presented to the SJCF’s three-member board of trustees for a final determination. The foundation concentrates its funding in the fields of education, environmental stewardship, healthcare and cultural arts. “I stay very busy,” April says. “There are lots of needs being met.” She receives 35 to 40 applications bi-monthly. SJCF is one of the largest donors to Ascension Sacred Heart Emerald Coast, Bay and Gulf hospitals. April explains: “The mission of the SJCF is to enrich the quality of life in Northwest Florida, and healthcare contributes to that

quality of life.” Since the foundation of Ascension Sacred Heart is to provide compassionate care to all, regardless of their ability to pay, the foundation’s support truly impacts the community. It especially helps in some of the outlying areas in Bay and Walton counties, which are very rural. Ascension just opened a clinic and a cancer center in those locales. In addition, SJCF has funded a biomedical program in Walton County schools, and a Bay High School STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) building. The foundation’s hope is that these projects will influence students to choose a career in the medical industry, thus becoming part of the healthcare workforce needed to address the needs of this rapidly growing region. April has worked for the St. Joe Company in various roles since 2001. “It’s an honor to be in my current position,” she says. “Everyone says, ‘You have the best job ever.’ I have to agree.” She and her husband have two daughters, ages 15 and 17, with boating being a favorite pastime of the family. Over two decades ago, April’s husband was one of the founding members of the Cove Boys’ annual Invitational Trout Tournament. While it started out with 12 fishermen participating, over 200 now turn out. Tournament proceeds are donated to the Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center. 2021 Annual Report

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Tuned in to Make an Impact 2020 Radiothon raises over $117,000 for kids

A total of $117,628 was raised to help sick and injured babies and children throughout our region during the second annual Cat Country 98.7 Cares for Kids Radiothon. All funds raised supported the construction of the Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope, the region’s only pediatric oncology center, at the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart. The center opened in May 2021. Participating radio stations included Cat Country 98.7, News Radio 92.3, ESPN Pensacola 1330AM/99.1FM and Pensacola Playlist 94.5. Throughout the 13-hour event, listeners heard stories of bravery and inspiration from children and families who benefited from the care and expertise of the hospital’s highly trained physicians and staff. In addition to pledges from individuals, many businesses called in to make pledges, and they challenged other businesses to make donations as well. “We are grateful for another successful Radiothon,” said Carol Carlan, President, Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation. “Once again, our community stepped up to help our kids. Thank you to all of our sponsors and donors who joined us to make miracles happen 12

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every day! This outpouring of support was especially meaningful as we were dealing with the pandemic when Radiothon took place.” Carlan said that a special donation of $75,000 came from the late Peter Fodor of Pensacola, a generous donor and community supporter who designated the gift for Radiothon to support the Children’s Hospital. The result of his generosity was an increase of 60% over last year’s total.

Cat Country morning cohost Brent Lane said, “The mission of the Studer Family Children’s Hospital and the mission of Cat Country 98.7 are the same — to serve our local community. We like to be helpers and are proud to join Ascension Sacred Heart in helping kids and families right here in Cat Country.” Wind Creek Hospitality matched funds donated up to $20,000. Other sponsors included Gulf Winds Credit Union.


Virtual Ball

Cordova Mall Ball goes virtual to support Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope

The 26th annual Cordova Mall Ball, presented once again by Sandy Sansing Dealerships, went virtual this year bringing in $77,057 to benefit the Bear Family Foundation Pediatric Oncology Center for Hope at the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart. Faced with the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic brought to the community this past year, the decision was made to create a virtual event for safety reasons, including the safety of hundreds of volunteers, staff and guests. A creative approach for the 2021 event provided the same level of excitement, entertainment and experience for guests to enjoy — either online from home or via the virtual drive-in VIP experience. As revelers arrived for the Cordova Mall Ball, they were greeted with festivities befitting a Mardi Gras celebration: jazz music, illuminated performing artists, a three-course Cajun meal and plenty of beads — all while socially distanced. Over 600 guests across 12 states streamed the virtual event, all from the comfort of their homes. During the hour-long event, they learned about Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation’s mission to raise funds for children’s services while watching heartwarming videos of young patients and their families who are battling cancer. Guests had the chance to bid on one-of-a-kind items from an online silent auction. Sponsors also provided personal tutorials to viewers, such as

Food Network star James Briscione preparing a tomahawk short rib. “We were thrilled to be able to continue this event in a new way in 2021 to benefit children battling cancer,” said Carol Carlan, President of Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation. “We know that the families of these young patients need support so that they can be the very best support for their loved one who is fighting cancer. This new center will provide areas where a family can enjoy some family togetherness during a challenging time in their lives.” Opened in May, the new 16,000-square-foot center features nine all-private rooms, a playroom, a spacious family lounge, a movie room, and laundry room — enabling families to spend as much time together as possible while they focus on healing. For the past 26 years, 100% of the proceeds from the Cordova Mall Ball have gone to provide high-quality, personalized care to children of families in our region, allowing families to avoid costly trips out of town for the same level of care. To date, this event has generated more than $6.4 million for the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart. We are excited to announce that the 27th annual Cordova Mall Ball will be back in Cordova Mall next year. Save the date for Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022. Dust off your tuxes and ballgowns and plan to join us for the area’s largest Mardi Gras Ball as we continue to raise funds for children and families in our community. Laissez les bon temps rouler! 2021 Annual Report

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Physicians Giving Back to Their Community

MIRACLES IN MOTION Benefitting:

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The Caduceus Society on the Emerald Coast is a philanthropic association of faith-based physicians committed to providing the best medical care possible to the poor, the vulnerable and the underserved. Members volunteer their time and expertise at the Hope Medical Clinic and the Crossroads Center Medical and Dental Clinic, where the uninsured are provided free, accessible healthcare. The physicians have donated vital signs equipment and work stations to these community clinics. Dr. David Adams, who served as the organization’s President and Past President, explains that the care provided at the clinics often prevents smaller medical problems from becoming much larger. “We strive to keep people out of the emergency rooms. The Caduceus Society keeps our neighbors in our communities healthy, productive and living with dignity. There is no better way to give back for those of us gifted with the opportunity to practice medicine.” Any physician willing to make an annual gift of $2,000 or more to the Caduceus Society is included in the membership of this distinguished guild. Member dues, along

with other donations, enable the purchase of state-of-the art medical equipment and the provision of specialized services for those in need. These compassionate physicians have made possible services such as gastric bypass for a person with a life-threatening condition; hernia surgery for an uninsured individual; a “response link” emergency alert for an elderly person; dentures for a cardiodental patient; and a corneal implant for a sight-impaired individual. In addition, the Society, which is partnered with Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation, is serving as a major sponsor for a new pediatric transport vehicle needed by Ascension Sacred Heart. It will be used to convey children who, by law, are too small or too sick to be handled by a regular ambulance crew; they require a specialized ambulance team capable of operating the unique, miniature-sized equipment in a neonatal transport vehicle. Philanthropic donations will make the purchase and support of this critically needed ambulance possible. The Society has also made possible the purchase of an infant pediatric defibrillator for neonatal transport.


Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation Financial information For the Year Ended June 30, 2021 Current Assets Investments Other Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Other Liabilities Total Liabilities Net Assets Total Liabilities & Net Assets

$3,263,492 $21,287,831 $913,600 $25,464,923 $327,434 $135,559 $462,993 $25,001,930 $25,464,923

From Left: Emily Ioakim, Cortlandt Roces, Hope Lukasik, Carol Carlan, Gillian Ward, Lisa Wainwright, Janet Piepul, Jennifer Saba

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Order of the Cornette

July 1, 2013–June 30, 2021

Named for the traditional headdress of the Daughters of Charity, our founders, the Order of the Cornette giving society honors the Daughters of Charity, who often relied upon the kindness and support of others to carry out their mission. Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation’s Order of the Cornette is dedicated to donors whose cumulative giving is $10,000 or greater. The complete listing of all Order of the Cornette members can be found on the foundation’s website at GiveSacredHeart.org. Dream Maker ($5,000,000+) Children’s Miracle Network Dugas Family Foundation The St. Joe Company & St. Joe Community Foundation Quint and Rishy Studer Walmart and Sam’s Club Miracle Maker ($1,000,000+) Ascension Sacred Heart Associates Bear Family Foundation Cepheid The Chadbourne Foundation Cumulus Media D. W. McMillan Foundation Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation, Inc. Hilton Sandestin Beach, Golf Resort and Spa Cordova Mall Ball Mother Seton Guild Pediatrix, an Affiliate of Mednax Poarch Band of Creek Indians Ascension Sacred Heart Emerald Coast Charity Golf Classic Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort Bubba and Angie Watson Family Foundation In Memory of Mrs. Willie Daniel Witt Your Country 102.7 WXBM Guardian Angel ($500,000+) Ascension Sacred Heart Emerald Coast – Guild Cordova Mall Susan L. Davis & Richard J. Henley Florida Forestry Association/ Log-A-Load for Kids

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Kugelman Foundation Tom and Lynn McKenzie Publix Super Markets, Inc. Wava Dyer Ruckel Ascension Sacred Heart Pensacola Microbiology & Molecular Lab Charles H. and Shirley Simpson Family Foundation Catharine D. Smith The Sansing Family Guiding Light ($250,000+) Anonymous Alfred I. duPont Foundation, Inc. BBVA Compass Bank Deborah, Avery, Miller III, and Miller Caldwell Clear Channel Radio WYCL, WMXC, WRKH, WKSJ, WTKX Mark R. Gregory Eckerd Corporation Peter and Elese Fodor Bill Greenhut and Family Howard Group, Silver Sands Premium Outlet, Grand Boulevard at Sandestin Mrs. Oletha I. Hunt Kiwanis International Patricia and Gerald Mills, Sr. Eric and Peg Nickelsen Malcolm Nicoll Credit Union for Kids Panda Restaurant Group Preemie Cup Sharon and Steve Riedel Rowland Publishing Crawford M. Sandefur South Walton Utility Co., Inc. George G. & Amelia G. Tapper Foundation United Way of West Florida Vacasa

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WEAR ABC 3 Roger W. Webb - Wendy’s Wind Creek Hospitality Generous Spirit ($100,000+) Anonymous Anonymous Ace Hardware Corporation American Dairy Queen Corporation M. Denise Barton and Dr. Jerome Hermel Bob and Patti Bonezzi Buffalo Rock Pepsi-Cola Caldwell Associates Architects, Inc Cat Country 98.7/ NewsRadio 92.3 FM & 1620 AM Coca-Cola United Greater Escambia Community Foundation Cox Communications Craftsmen Specialist of N.W. Florida, Inc. ECUA Employees Golf Tournament Robert and Karen Emmanuel Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Frank Erhardt Jr. Greenhut Construction Company Gulf Power Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union Hoar Construction IHOP Impact 100 Pensacola Bay Area, Inc. Stephen T. Holman & Justin T. Holman Dorothy and Dr. Bob Isom, FACS Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kerrigan Keith and Rose Ann Knight Dr. Christopher LeCroy In Memory of Shelley LeCroy Louise Hauss Miller Foundation Love’s Travel Stop Mr. and Mrs. Rex J. Lysinger

Julian and Kim MacQueen Meridian Bioscience, Inc. Michael & Addie Murdoch NNGS Development Drs. Matthew and DeLinda Pearson Leadership Pensacola Class of 2014 Florida Panhandle Breast Cancer Association Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce Pink Ribbon Pensacola, Inc. PNJ Media Solutions Joe and Suzanne Quinlan RE/MAX Southern Realty Dr. Judith W. Ring Ms. Teresa K. Robinson John and Deborah Roche Sandy Sansing Dealerships Henry and Ann Blair Stovall Thomas and Donna Sunnenberg Trustmark National Bank Mr. William D. Weatherford Marlene R. Weller Paul and Shelah Zmigrosky Healing Heart ($50,000+) Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous 300 Hearts David C. Adams, M.D. and Mary L. Adams, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Adcox, Jr. Alabama Forestry Association ALSCO AMC Theatres The Appleyard Family Ascension Sacred Heart Gulf Guild Baroco Electric Construction Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Baroco Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Barrett Mike and Doris Beam Belk Mrs. Juanita Bender Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Bonnin Mr. and Mrs. Joe Butler In honor of C.W. and Betty Roberts Carol and Charles Carlan John and Robin Carr CEFCO Convenience Stores Gerald and Linda Christie Len W. Cobb CO-OP Financial Services Copy Products Company Fort Walton Beach Kimberly and Sid Cox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Crunk Darwin D. Davis and Ginny Olson Davis Love, III Foundation Destin Women’s Club Mary and Charles Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Wallace

M. Edmands, Jr. Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon Carole H. Erwin Escambia County Health Facilities Authority Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A.M. Florida Blue Foundation Florida Hospital Research & Education Foundation, Inc. Dr. Thomas Fox Fred’s Super Dollar Stores Goldring Gulf Distributing Co. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Green Hancock Whitney Bank George and Janice Hendricks Heroes For Hope Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Jackson Elton and Pat King Mike and Shann Lavallee The Magidson Family Marriott International, Inc. Frank D. and Carla A. May Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McGill, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McGill, III Merrill Lynch Mickelson Construction Services, Inc Neal Nash Nemours Children’s Clinic Paddle For A Cure Panhandle Anesthesiology Associates, P.A. Barry and Barbara Parks Pen Air Federal Credit Union Pensacola Pathology PGA Tour, Inc. Donna W. Phillips Pierle Family Charitable Foundation Port St. Joe Lions Club Prudential Coastal Properties RE/MAX #490291 - Agency One RE/MAX #490484 On the Coast Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reily Henry and Jane Roberts Rosemary Beach Foundation Douglas A. Ross Bill and Diane Schwartz Bernadine Shirley Southern Wine & Spirits Rita J. Stern The Alys Foundation The Lewis Bear Company United Way Emerald Coast Tom and Kathy VanOsdol Noel and Bill Wade Randall and Mary Williams Wonderful Wacky Women Barbara and Willis Young Joe and Judy Zito

Helping Hand ($25,000+) Anonymous Deborah J. Ackerman In loving memory of Gerald Adcox, Sr. by VonDell Adcox Mary and Joseph R. Agostinelli, D.P.M., Colonel, USAF (Ret.) Alys Beach EBSCO Industries, Inc. Ramak and Christina Amjad Michael P. Baggett Dick and Laverne Baker Ms. Vicki A. Baroco Robert A. Benz Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. William B. Blanchard Bonefish Grill - Pensacola Mr. Michael C. Brown Ron W. Burch William R. Burden, M.D. Marc and Linda Carter James & Carol Catington Centennial Bank Coldewey Family Combined Federal Campaign Santa Rosa Beach Community Church Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, Inc. Dave’s House Washing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Davis Steven L. DeCesare, M.D. and Julie A. DeCesare, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Demark Dr. and Mrs. T. Joseph Dennie Direct Energy Services William J. Dobak, D.O. Jim, Stephanie, Danielle, AJ, and Stephen Duggan Kerry and Brian Eaton Buddy and Joyce Elmore Emerald Bay Development Corp. Emerald Coast Hospice Patrick and Olivia Emmanuel Fellowes Brand Inc. & Mr. John Fellowes Mr. Frank Flautt, Jr. Terrance R. Fleischman & Barbara Fleischman Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse Drs. Jason and Amy Foland Mr. and Mrs. Dana Foster Media Tech Direct Michael and Jean Fowler Roger and Joni Ganger Gerardo Dieguez Gomez and Katia Dieguez Otero Great Southern Restaurants Gulfside Landscaping, Inc. Roger and Susan Hall Health Check Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Heidecker Hill-Kelly Dodge, Inc. Huff Developments, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Hughes


Steve and Nina Jeffords The John Newell Wade Foundation Ms. Tammy Karamarinov Krewe du YaYa’s Justin and Amber Labrato Jon and Jo Ann Laible In Memory of Margaret Laible Landrum Family Foundation Nell & Britt Landrum Denis and Maureen McKinnon Dr. Sean M. McWilliams Medical Practice and Management Partners Dr. David Miller Mr. & Mrs. Elliot Moore Robert E. and Charlotte L. Nedley Mr. and Mrs. James D. Neilson, Jr. Leonard and Karen Olson Cindy and Gary Pablo, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley D. Pace, Jr. Panhandle Charitable Open, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Pate Peg Leg Pete’s Pensacola Bay Center Pensacola Radiology Consultants Petsafe John and Kathleen Pleune Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. Poitras Power of E3 Dr. and Mrs. Amos L. Prevatt RE/MAX #490277 - Southern Realty RE/MAX Coastal Properties #49347 Rite Aid Corporation Judge Wilkes C. and Mrs. Dorothy Anne Robinson Rock Hard Designs Sam’s Fun City Linda and Dr. William E. Schmidt and Family Drs. Jeffrey and Robin Schwartz Security’s Lending Hand Foundation Dr. Christopher Shawyer Sherry’s Cake Shop Shirley’s Deli Catering Subway at Ascension Sacred Heart Justine Simoni Manny & Brenda Siverio Dr. and Mrs. James W. Smith Terri Smith Spencer Gifts, LLC Katharine S. Stinebiser David and Marilyn Stowe Studer Foundation Studer Group Dr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Sutherland, Jr. Dr. Paul A. Tamburro The Chapel at Seaside The Dr. John B. Webb Family Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Trawick The Runnels Family Holdings Davage and Bonnie Runnels Tuscany Italian Bistro United Way of Northwest Florida Jon and Teri Vice

VIP Pensacola Warren Averett CPAs & Advisors Waste Management, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Weidner In Honor of Dr. Bryan Weidner Wells Fargo Hunter and Carol Whittington Dr. David and Michelle Zielinski Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Zimmermann Good Samaritan ($10,000+) Anonymous Anonymous GMAC/Residential Funding Corporation Fred and Ampy Cox AMC Classic Pensacola 10 Dr. and Mrs. Warren R. Amos Michael and Kimberlee Anderson Dick and Carolyn Appleyard Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Ascension Health Ministry Service Center Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Aschman AT&T Atkins Kathryn J. Ault Captain Joe H. and Carolyn Ausley Ballinger Publishing BancorpSouth Given in Loving Memory of Dodi Barnett by Jim Barnett Beard Equipment Company Beck Partners, LLC Peter D. Birckhead Miriam P. Birdwhistell Autumn & Peyton Blackledge Dana and James Bledsoe Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Salvatore A. Bonelli Mr. & Mrs. James H. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bradley The Ron and Lisa Brill Charitable Trust Cajun Specialty Meats, Inc. Gary and Shearer Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Buehler Buffalo Wild Wings Dr. James J. Burns Gerry and Donna Butterfield Mary Reedy Callahan Joe and Lea Capers K. Caraway, RN Carmike 10 #73012 - Panama City Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC Ralph and Robbie Carroll Centennial Bank Chesebro Enterprises Inc. Frances A. Childre Child’s Play Dr. Nancy Churosh Clark Partington Attorneys at Law

Steve and Charleen Clark Coastal Vascular & Interventional, PLLC Comfort Systems USA Community Bank, Coast Compass Bank Lamar and Tracy Conerly William Coots, Jr. Carl and Wanda Coppenger Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Corbett Susan and Anthony Cornejo Cox Business Crown Health Care Laundry Services Elizabeth F. Curry, MD and Thomas L. Curry, MD Cypress Development, LLC E. Jean & Elisa Dabezies, M.D. Dave and Darrell Dabria Melba A. Darden Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Davis Hugh and April DePaulis Silvio and Joanne D’Orazio Winifred “Winky” Weil Dowdle Downey Trees, Inc. Driven Brands US Tarek Eldawy, M.D. and Abeer Abutaleb, M.D. Electronic Display Networks Emerald Coast Classic At Sandestin The Endoscopy Group, LLC Frederick P. Ernst Escambia County Healthy Start Coalition, Inc. Estate of Betty Darcey Mims Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Evans, Jr. Evergreen Gail and David Ewing Express Employment Professionals William W. and Carol S. Fearon Fellowes Brand Inc. & Mr. John Fellowes Christi and Patrick Ferry, M.D. Fiorentino Family Foundation in Memory of Al Fiore (08/10/1932 - 1/19/2005) First United Methodist Church of Port St. Joe Fishbein Orthodontics Fisher Cabinet Company, LLC Ramona K. Fleshman In Memory of Juanita Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Fleshman, III Mrs. Myra C. Forester Forever Memories Mr. and Mrs. Cory Fosdyck Ms. Elizabeth Foshage Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Fransen Norman & Nina Fritz FormSystems, Inc. Mr. Sean Gallagher Joe P. Giangrosso, Jr. Timothy S. Gilbert Walter and Jan Givhan Anita S. Godwin

Eddie and Michele Goodman Governor’s Gate Apartments Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Green Guernsey & Associates Hank’s Furniture, Inc. Hard Rock Café Destin Dr. and Mrs. Mose S. Hayes, III Dr. Kerrian Hudson Pamela S. Heinold, BHGRE, Main Street Properties Hemingway’s Island Grill Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Henkel Mikal P. Hensley Shannon Higgins Theresa M. Hinson Jack and Myra Hirschhorn In Memory of Craig & Steven Hogan Home Instead Senior Care Dr. Kimberly Hood and Mr. Drew Hood Jan and E.W. Hopkins Hot Spot BBQ Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Hummel Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Hunter, Jr. International Paper Keith and Laura Irwin Jewelers Trade Shop Suzanne M. and Jose R. Jimenez, M.D. Greg and Linda Johnson Michael and Phyllis Johnson State Farm Insurance Dr. Thomas and Venetia Johnson Dr. & Mrs. Jimmy E. Jones Robert and Nettie Joseph Junior Service League of Port St. Joe Christopher and Jules Kariher Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kostuik Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Krynicki Pippa and Jerrald Kuenn Mr. Larry L. and Dr. Patricia McNames Kunkel Kevin and Donna Figg Lacey Dr. Susan J. Laenger Kevin W. Lahey Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lavery George and Jacquelyn Law Julia LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. William H. Linder Mr. and Mrs. Richard Linton Ken and Robin Lloyd Hossein and Teresa Maleki Dr. David E. Mann, Jr. Dr. William and Terri Markowski Mr. and Mrs. John H. Martin Stanley and Rosemary Martinek Paul Martinelli Mr. and Mrs. William G. McArdle, Jr. Claudette and Jack McGill McGuire’s Irish Pub Dee McLeod, M.D. McMahon-Hadder Insurance Mellow Mushroom Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Merk, Jr. Kevin & Terry Miller

Mrs. Doris B. Mink Ann Moody Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Moore Morette Company Angel D. Morrobel, M.D. and Maria Morrobel, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Murray, Jr. Dr. Dina M. Navarro and Family Navy Federal Credit Union NBC Securities, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Nicholas Pippa Nicholson-Kuenn Dr. H. Norman and Diane Noe Bob and Ginger Norcross Dr. and Mrs. Rex L. Northup Martha and Rob Obbink Drs. Michael T. and Lan Q. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Olinger Cat Outzen Dr. Nick G. Papajohn Paradigm Investment Group, LLC Mrs. Elizabeth A. Park Ms. Patricia Partridge John L. Peacock, Jr. and Jerre A. Peacock Pediatric Associates, P.A. Jessica and Anthony Pelezo, MD Pensacola Beach Yacht Club Pensacola Pediatrics Pensacola Photo Booth / A DJ Connection Pensacola Sports Association Pensacola State College Martha Perez Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Persons Pete Moore Automotive Group Joseph E. Peterson, M.D. Brad and Seana Phelps Walter and Lalla Pierce Pink Pirates of Navarre Porsche Club of America, North Florida Region Dr. & Mrs. Albert A. Post David and Michelle Powell Proffitt PR, LLC Bambi and Tom Provost Lourdes F. Quiray, MD RE/MAX Real Estate Center #49173 RE/MAX #490351 - Horizons RE/MAX #490353 - Gulf Properties The Track Family Fun Park Sam and Barbara Reda Travis Reed Wes and Carolyn Reeder Susan and Jim Reeves Lynn Reichler Jerilynn Renfroe James and Jean Richards Riding For A Reason Ralph and Margaret Roberson Drs. Cesar & Theresa Roca Rodney L. Rich & Company, Inc. Raymond L. and Sarah C. Roton In Memory Of Connor Wood

Dr. Alex and Keri Rusynyk Dr. Alan & Susan Sacks Family Saenger Theatre Sammy’s Management Company Sanders Brothers Electric, Inc. David, Webb & Julianne Sansing Bob and Carol Saucier Kit and Sue Sause Mr. Rodney Savoy Joe and Susan Scarborough Sidney and Marsha Scarborough Lori and Dr. Jeff Schievenin Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Schlenker Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Schloss Carol and Ron Schmidt Dr. Sharon Luent Seidel and Dr. Myron Seidel SEOM Solutions, Inc. Shark’s Tooth Golf Club Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shoaf Tom and Kim Shrewsbury Dr. and Mrs. Morris N. Simhachalam Mr. Michael Smith Somerby Santa Rosa Beach Glenn and Kelly Spradlin St. Vincent’s Foundation LeAnne & Matthew Steiner James and Ruth Anne Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Stickney, Sr. Stryker Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Switzer Talking Rain Beverage Company Dr. Jason Tanner Dr. and Mrs. Morris L. Tate, Jr. Melody and Scott Teel Tijuana Flats Burrito Co. Dr. Ruben B. Timmons Tuck and Sandra Todd-Atkinson Touchstone Imaging Pensacola Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Trahan Transamerica 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 Dr. and Mrs. Arjen L. Van De Voorde VIP Recognition The Walton Sun Jim and Susanne Ward Sherri Hemminghaus Weeks Mark & Laura Wehry M.D. Alicia and Robert Weil Paul & Joyce Westhoff Charles B. and Betty White White Wilson Medical Center Robert and Thyra Whitford Amy and Kevin Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Jackson L. Wilson, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Robert K. Wilson, Jr. Patricia Windham in Memory of Jay Windham Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wingo Mr. and Mrs. James K. Youngblood

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Annual Donors Visionaries ($50,000+) Cat Country 98.7 Children’s Miracle Network Cordova Mall Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation, Inc. Carole Hall Erwin Peter and Elese Fodor Hilton Sandestin Beach, Golf Resort and Spa Impact 100 Pensacola Bay Area, Inc. Panda Restaurant Group Pediatrix, an Affiliate of Mednax Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce Mr. and Mrs. James E. Pierce Poarch Band of Creek Indians Rowland Publishing Catharine D. Smith The Chadbourne Foundation The Kugelman Foundation The St. Joe Company & St. Joe Community Foundation Quint and Rishy Studer Anonymous Walmart and Sam’s Club Bubba and Angie Watson Family Foundation

Humanitarians ($25,000+) Ace Hardware Corporation Alfred I. duPont Foundation, Inc. Ascension Sacred Heart Emerald Coast Guild CEFCO Convenience Stores D. W. McMillan Foundation Tom and Lynn McKenzie Mother Seton Guild Teresa K. Robinson Rosemary Beach Foundation

Guardians ($10,000+) Anonymous Alabama Forestry Association William R. Burden, M.D. James & Carol Catington The Coca-Cola Company Coca-Cola United Emerald Coast Classic At Sandestin Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Elizabeth Foshage

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Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union Stephen T. Holman & Justin T. Holman Mike and Shann Lavallee Mr. and Mrs. Richard Linton Louise Hauss Miller Foundation Love’s Travel Stop David E. Mann Dr. Sean M. McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murdoch Neal Nash Publix Super Markets, Inc. John and Deborah Roche Sandy Sansing Dealerships University of Florida Tom and Kathy VanOsdol VIP Recognition LLC Noel and Bill Wade WEAR-TV 3 Wind Creek Hospitality

Benefactors ($5,000+) Margaret S. Allred Ascension Sacred Heart Gulf Guild William H. Beeson Mrs. Juanita Bender Robert A. Benz Family Foundation Centennial Bank Crown Health Care Laundry Services Dr. and Mrs. T. Joseph Dennie Driven Brands US Emerald Coast Hospice Miramar Beach Emerald Coast Hospice Pensacola Terry and Barbara Fleischman Drs. Jason and Amy Foland Sean Gallagher Hancock Whitney Bank Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Jackson Ms. Tammy Karamarinov Landrum Family Foundation Nell & Britt Landrum Mr. and Mrs. John H. Martin Merrill Lynch Patricia Partridge Pensacola Photo Booth / A DJ Connection RE/MAX #490291 - Agency One Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reily Schultz Law Group Drs. Jeffrey and Robin Schwartz Seek Creative Manuel Siverio

Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation

LeAnne & Matthew Steiner Stifel The Chapel at Seaside The Community Foundation of Louisville Walmart Online Donations Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Weidner Mr. and Mrs. Jackson L. Wilson, Jr.

Patrons ($1,000+) Anonymous Ace Hardware #16829 - Pace Ace Hardware #16973 Ace Hardware #17322 Cantonment Ace Hardware David C. Adams, M.D. and Mary L. Adams, M.D. Mary and Joseph R. Agostinelli, D.P.M., Colonel, USAF (Ret.) Ramil Alfafara American Dairy Queen Corporation American Integrity Insurance AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team Ramak and Christina Amjad Dr. and Mrs. Warren R. Amos Barry C. Anthony Ascension Saint Thomas Foundation AT Service Desk Julie Azuma Michael P. Baggett Aaron Ball Barbecue Renew Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Barrett Bass & Sandfort Accountants PA Peter D. Birckhead Autumn & Peyton Blackledge Blue Knights Motorcycle Club Salvatore A. Bonelli Mr. & Mrs. James H. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bradley Loraine Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Buehler Timothy T. Burchell James J. Burns Joseph Cacchione Mr. and Mrs. Eric Canada Carol and Charles Carlan John and Robin Carr Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carter CEFCO Convenience Stores #413 Frances A. Childre Dr. Nancy Churosh Classic City Catering Classic Homes of Pensacola LLC

Gulf Winds MJD Check Presentation

William L. Clemons CO-OP Financial Services Dave and Darrell Dabria Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Davis Silvio and Joanne D’Orazio Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Douglas The Endoscopy Group, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Fabian Fastsigns Florida Blue Foundation Florida Forestry Association/ Log-A-Load for Kids Flow Control Plumbing Ellen Gifford Glycare Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gray Greenhut Construction Company Bill Greenhut and Family Gulf Breeze High School Gulf Power Company Gulf Winds Cares Foundation Inc. Dr. Kerrian Hudson Pamela S. Heinold, BHGRE, Main Street Properties George and Janice Hendricks Hilcorp Energy Company Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hitchcock Marjorie Homlar

Jordan Howden Carey Huff IHOP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Impicciche Lester T. Jackson Jewelers Trade Shop Michael and Phyllis Johnson State Farm Insurance Jones Roofing, Inc. Christopher and Jules Kariher Kinder World Kiwanis Club of Freeport/South Walton Kiwanis International Scott Krider Dr. Susan J. Laenger Jessica Lee Lourdes Employee Charitable Contribution Organization Love’s Travel Stops #7561 Sleep Inn & Suites Cynthia Lovingood Dr. William and Terri Markowski Marriott International, Inc. Brad Mayer Michele P. McNair Mickelson Construction Services, Inc. MidSouth Bank Kevin & Terry Miller

Gina Minor John and Barbara Modzelewski Dr. and Mrs. James A. Moody Mr. & Mrs. Elliot Moore Paul Motta Cecilia Nanni Navy Federal Credit Union Ninth Avenue Nutrition Raymond Noellert Northwest Florida A/C NORU Chief Petty Officer Association, Inc. Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Inc. Optimal Imaging Sacred Heart Mr. and Mrs. Mort O’Sullivan, III Cindy and Gary Pablo, M.D. Nick G. Papajohn Jonathan C. Papic Raj Patel John L. Peacock, Jr. and Jerre A. Peacock Pen Air Federal Credit Union Pensacola Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Pete Moore Automotive Group Walter and Lalla Pierce Peggy Pons Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Purdy


RE/MAX - By The Sea RE/MAX #490277 - Gulf Coast Realty RE/MAX #490351 - Horizons RE/MAX #490353 - Gulf Properties Red Bull Wes and Carolyn Reeder Ralph and Margaret Roberson Drs. Cesar & Theresa Roca Rotary Club of Pensacola, Inc. Dawn Rudolph Dr. Alan & Susan Sacks Family Kit and Sue Sause Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Sause Jeanette R. Schaal Lori and Dr. Jeff Schievenin Linda and Dr. William E. Schmidt and Family Douglass Siddall Robert C. Sledge Susan Smith Francia T. Squatrito Stern Chiropractic LLC James and Ruth Anne Stevens Henry and Ann Blair Stovall Aaron Strachan Studer Foundation Synovus Bank Dr. Paul A. Tamburro The Establishment The Fellowship 30A Inc. The Henderson Beach Resort The Life is Good Company Thomas Michael Jennings Foundation Three Trade Consultants, Inc. Greg Tober Utah Conservation Corps Dr. and Mrs. Arjen L. Van De Voorde Ashley Vannoy Jon and Teri Vice Shelley Weaver William Weimar Randall and Mary Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wingo Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Zimmermann Joe and Judy Zito

Friends ($250+) Anonymous Michelle Abrego Adavan Fitness, LLC Delynn Adkins-Coles Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation Amazon.com American Cleanroom Systems American Legion Auxiliary Unit 340 AmeriCorps NCCC Pacific Rhonda Anderson Nicole Andrews Dr. Don S. Angelo

John H. Appleyard Australia and United Kingdom Reprogramming Laboratory Christina Bacon Joseph M. Baker Amy Bannon Eric Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bear, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bear, III Derek Bennett Ronald Blum Bodyworks of Perdido Key, LLC Kevin Bogert Lauren Bonner Kenneth Born Justin Boutwell Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Bragg, Sr. Amy Branstetter Elizabeth Brill Mandie Brzon Patricia A. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Burns Burnt Pine Golf Club Kenneth Burrell Elisabeth Buswell Dominic Canfora Donald Carunchio Michael Chambers Betsy B. Choate D.G. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Cobb Kenny Cole Richard J. Cole Douglas Coleman Frank Colston Commercial Door Systems Catharine Condon Mr. and Mrs. Will Condon Devon Cook Maxwell Corbin Mary C. Corboy Susan and Anthony Cornejo Joan Cox Dr. and Mrs. Harry R. Cramer, Jr. Sarah Currie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Cushing Dairy Queen #41749 Patricia A. Darville Kathleen DeBenedetto Mary and Charles Dickinson David Dilauro Jimmy Dixon Jim, Stephanie, Danielle, AJ, and Stephen Duggan Steve Dunn Julia Eckstein Arzu Elzawahry Robert and Karen Emmanuel Trent Engel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Estes Daniel Evans

Michael Eveland Evergreen Henry L. Faccini Sharon Faircloth Lisa Fell Fishbein Orthodontics Holley Flyers Mr. and Mrs. James Fox Jean French Addie Frierdich Nina Fritz Lisa M. Gardner Karen Garoppo General Mills L.C. Gibson Dave Glinka LouAnn Gnadt Dr. and Mrs. Keith Golden Kenneth W. Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. John M. Goss Charles Grayson Christopher Green Dr. David S. Hanson and Dr. Jolene K. Johnson Diana C. Harris Nona Hasenfus Herbie Wiles Insurance Erik Hietala Highway Specialties, Inc. Stephen Hill Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Holler Craig Hosch Mr. and Mrs. David Hoxeng Hunt Crude Oil Supply Company, LLC Nicholas Hunt IHOP - #360236 Tommy Judd Kelly Plantation Golf Club Stanley Kenney Taylor Kindler Richard Knowles Thomas Koyickal Douglass Kreis Sister Ellen Kron Karen Kuczewski Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lacour Mr. and Mrs. Joel L. Levin Live Oak Landscape LLS Tax Solutions Inc. Mark Lucas John Machul Kevin C. Malone Donald Marchesi Marcus Pointe Baptist Church Kay Martinez Adrienne and Trip Maygarden Linda Mazur John L. McDonald Maureen McGuire Denis and Maureen McKinnon Hollis Meidl

Members First Credit Union Credit Union for Kids Ina Messinger James G. Mills Jeremiah Minor Nickson Montoya Francis W. Muldowney Darlene Nibarger Niceville Refrigeration One Hour Heating and Air Ryan Novota Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah J. O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. George Olliff Mr. and Mrs. George R. Olliff, Jr. Elizabeth Orr Elzie L. Owens Isabel Parris-Ramie Wanda C. Paryzek Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Persons Sue Pietrusza Pita Pit - Pensacola Paul Posey Oren Powell Mr. and Mrs. James D. Prim Michael W. Pryor Pure Pilates Anne R. Pyron Krista Quinn Stephan Quiriconi Pam Rancifer RE/MAX Southern Realty

Travis Reed James and Jean Richards Sheila Richards Louise Richardson Sandra K. Richardson Denise Roll Christopher Roney Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Rowell Eddy Rudd William Russell Mr. and Mrs. Nick D. Saba David Schneck Bill and Diane Schwartz Seville Quarter Lottie J. Shell Tom and Kim Shrewsbury Mary Siddens Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. Silcox Nicholas Siniscalchi Smileology Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Smith Deborah Smith Marvin Smith Judy Sneed Mr. and Mrs. David P. Stewart Kenneth Stewart Stonebrook Golf Club Summit Med Spa at Ascension Sacred Heart Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Swan

Frederick Szymanski The Ron and Lisa Brill Charitable Trust Mark Taylor William Teegarden Carol Terrien Beverly Teseniar Lois Thieme Rita Thomas Jennifer Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Trahan Amy Underwood United Way Emerald Coast Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vignes, Jr. Merry Walker Elaine Washam Robert Watson Nikki Webb Donna Weeks Deborah Weyer White Wilson Medical Center Faith Whitman John M. Williams Eugene Williamson Adam Willis-Meche Dr. & Mrs. Robert K. Wilson, Jr. Gail Woodson Jerry Wright Melissa Wright Frank M. Zaborowski

Hope Lukasik checks in guests at the virtual Cordova Mall Ball

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