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2012 ANNUAL REPORT


The Hospital Foundation was

established in 1985 to serve the Hospital by encouraging gift support from individuals and organizations. Today, the Foundation conducts annual and capital campaigns, accepts memorial and planned gifts, coordinates grant applications on behalf of the Hospital to government and private funders, and offers named gift recognition for major donors. The Foundation also oversees invested funds to ensure the long-term future of the Hospital.


C O N T E N T S President’s Honor Society ........ 4 $2,500 or more President’s Circle ..................... 5 $1,000 – $2,499 Founder ..................................... 8 $500 – $999 Leader ....................................... 8 $250 – $499 Member .................................... 9 $100 – $249 Associate ................................ 24 Under $100

David Acker ............................. 3 Dr. Andrew Williams ................. 7 Dr. Jason Lorenc..................... 11 2012 At A Glance ................... 12 Memorial and Honor Gifts ..... 13 Ed Sachs.................................. 15 Laurie Vavra and Debbie McCuin ...................... 19 The Foster & French Society .. 20 The Linda Richards Society ... 20 Ways To Give .......................... 21 Joan Newman ........................ 23 CPH Foundation Board .......... 27

Donor List Key * = Employee s = Donor for 10 consecutive years (D)=Deceased

Besides being a list of our previous year’s donors, our goal for the Foundation Annual Report is to put a human face on the Hospital, and to shine a light on who we are, and what we do, from multiple perspectives. For example, last year, our annual report focused on our new Center for Cancer Care; featuring stories about our oncologists, an employee at the Center, a Board member, a volunteer, and a former patient. In previous years, we’ve highlighted multiple generations involved with our Hospital, “behind the scenes” employees most patients never get to meet, and lots of other interesting stories. This year, we are focusing on one word: community. Our Hospital is honored to have been part of the community for more than 85 years, and our donor list certainly reflects the broad community support we are so grateful to receive. Beyond that, we thought you might be interested to learn more about some of the many connections between our “Hospital Family” members and the larger community. We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we enjoyed compiling it! 1


David Acker President and CEO

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2012

marked my fifth year as President and CEO of Canton-Potsdam Hospital and Canton-Potsdam Hospital Foundation. I came here knowing this was a good organization, with many excellent physicians, a devoted staff, and committed volunteers helping in all quarters. What I did not know when I came was the depth and breadth of community investment and support for our Hospital. In short, I continue to be amazed by it. In the past five years, our community has contributed more than $3.14 million dollars, with nearly $1 million more pledged to be paid towards the “Constructing Healthier Communities” campaign. We concluded that campaign on September 1, with a combined total of more than $3 million in local contributions and New York State grants – by far the largest and most successful fund-raising initiative in our Hospital’s history. This took place during a time of great economic upheaval, tumultuous elections, and uncertainty around the impact of the Affordable Care Act. Donors had many reasons to say “no” to making gifts and long-term commitments. But they did not say “no.” They said “yes,” just as they have, year in and out, since our Hospital was founded. We are proud to be a part of this incredibly generous community, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to serve all who seek our help. On behalf of all of us at Canton-Potsdam Hospital, thank you.

David B. Acker, FACHE

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President's Honor Society ($2,500 or more) David* and Linda Acker Alcoa Dr. Timothy* and Mary Ann Atkinson Ronald and Gayle Berry Canton College Foundation Children's Miracle Network Dr. A. Martin* and Maja Clark, Jr. Clarkson University ♦ Anthony G. and Karen J. Collins ♦ Community Bank, N.A. ♦ Sue Connors ♦ Laura Cordts* and Shawn Seymour ♦ Corning Incorporated ♦ Red and Jean Curtis ♦ Donald and Joyce Dangremond ♦ Drs. John Dewar and Sandra McCloy ♦ Droppin' the Gloves E.J. Noble Guild of Canton-Potsdam Hosp. ♦ Betty Evans ♦ Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Jorge Grillo * Owen and Joann Halloran LeRoy and Diane Hansen ♦ Dr. David Hauerstock* and Suzanne Wexler Dr. Gregory and Mary Anne Healey Heritage Homes, Inc. E. Stanley Howlett, III (D) ♦ Elizabeth Isenberg * ♦ Richard* and Rondalyn Jacobs KeyBank, N.A. Kinney Drugs, Inc. ♦ William Kirchgasser Susan G. Komen for the Cure Larry C. and Marlinda L.* LaValley ♦ Roger B. and Audrey Linden ♦ Dr. Jason and Susan Lorenc Margaret Madden and Tom Sokol ♦

Dr. G. Michael and Barbara Maresca ♦ Massena Womens Softball Dr. Sebastian A. and Anne Mazzotta ♦ Paul and Joan Neer* McGrath ♦ Edward S. and Nancy Mucenski ♦ Jerry Murray North Country Savings Bank ♦ Northern New York Newspapers Corporation ♦ Randy and Deanna* Page ♦ W. Hollis and Ann Petersen Potsdam Hospital Guild ♦ Dr. Robert and Stephanie* Rogers ♦ Ronald and JoAnne Scott t SeaComm Federal Credit Union ♦ St. Lawrence County Cancer Fund St. Lawrence University Stewart's Shops SUNY Potsdam ♦ Chris and Margaret Theodore ♦ James and Abbe Theodore Walk/Run for Breast Cancer Brooks Washburn Frederick S. and Barbara R. Wilder ♦ Dr. Christopher and Barbara Williams

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Lynn Rose, Service Excellence and Jamie Kennedy, Ambulatory Surgery


President’s Circle ($1,000 - $2,499) Dennis Maid * Egon and Bozica Matijevic ♦ Patricia A. Matthews * ♦ Sharon Matthys ♦ William Melchior ♦ Eleanor Menz ♦ Claudia Moulton Kathryn L. and Brian Mullaney Alex and Carol Neubert Don and Ellen* Nichols ♦ David and Ann R. Patterson ♦ POMCO Price Chopper's Golub Foundation Jeff Proulx Steve and Marcia Putman Tom and Carol Pynchon Charlotte Ramsay ♦ CT and Penelope Rattan ♦ Mary Rexford John and Marilyn Ross ♦ Robert and Jackie Sauter ♦ Everett and Jackie* Scanlon Cathy Schantz Dr. Jay Schechter ♦ Marylou Scott ♦ Sergi's Italian Restaurant & Banquet Hall Shear Creations Earl and Celia Sheldon ♦ David M. and Patricia Speer ♦ Dr. Alexandru* and Jean Stoian ♦ Spencer Thew Drs. Kris* and Alecia Van Wagner Leo J. and Sandra I. Villeneuve ♦ John C. and Georgia G. Vose ♦ Wendy Wais * Wal-Mart Supercenter Robert B. and Beverly D. Washburn ♦ Dr. Charles Wilson* and Maricris Buluran* Steven and Joyce Yianoukos ♦ Tom and Suella Young ♦

Advertisers Workshop - Tom and Adele Connors Carlos Alberto * ♦ Michael and Nancy Alzo ♦ American Legion John Adams Jr. Post 925 ♦ Dr. Florence Bero and Matthew Arnold Thomas and Barbara* Burcume ♦ Dr. Mel and Barb Buscemi Gary and Jodi Canfield Varick A. and Judy C. Chittenden ♦ Ed and Clara Cloce ♦ Carl and Mary G. Colton ♦ Marcia E. Comer Jim and Sharon L. Dalton ♦ David and Sandra Demarest ♦ Dr. Jay Dewell Dr. Tatiana* and Adam DiCoby Stephen J. and Karen Butler Easter ♦ Rebecca Faber * Janet Favro ♦ Thomas Fiacco ♦ First Niagara Risk Management Dr. Stephen and Deborah Fisher ♦ Joseph P. and Jutta Fitzsimons William and Lynn Fox Arthur and Mary Ellen Frackenpohl ♦ Robert M. and Mary K. Fraser ♦ William and Eunice Gaines ♦ Judith C. Gibson ♦ Rita Goldberg ♦ Scott and Carol Goldie Michael and Nancy Griffin ♦ Susan Hodgson * Thomas and Renee Holsen ♦ William* and Stacey Howlett ♦ Dr. James Huang Jack K. Newman Golf Classic Paul and Lynda* Karpick KleanBlinds – Carmen and Beverly Paone Brent and Julie Kuenzler ♦ Stephen and Jacquelyn Kuno ♦ Laraine P.* and Mike Lee ♦

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Holly Cole, MSU 2


s m a i ll i W w e r d n A . r D

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If

you think you see Andrew Williams around town a lot, you may actually be seeing his identical twin brother, Eric, who works at SLU. Dr. Williams attended medical school at University of Rochester, and completed his residency at Harvard. As a National Health Service Corps Scholar, he served 4 years as Chief of Staff at Northern Navajo Hospital in New Mexico. His wife taught in the elementary school there, and that’s where their two sons were born. When his service commitment was over, Dr. Williams and his young family returned to the Rochester area. He taught at the University of Rochester Medical School while his wife completed her PhD. While there, Dr. Williams was honored to receive the Arthur Bauman Award for Outstanding Teacher and Kohn Senior Teaching Fellow, but he wanted to raise his family near his twin brother’s family. So they moved here, and he is now the Medical Director of the Community Health Center of the North Country, a federally-funded “safety net” clinic for those with difficulty accessing care. The clinic has grown tremendously in recent years, with offices in Canton, Malone, and Watertown. Dr. Williams and four physician assistants provide primary care, and there are four dentists, two part time psychologists and four mental health counselors, two physical therapy staff, an optometrist, and an optician. The goal of the clinic, and Dr. Williams’ own personal mission, is to provide a very high level of care to those who don’t typically receive it. As Medical Director, he carries a full case load of primary care patients, and provides all inpatient care if one of the clinic’s patients is admitted to the Hospital. And if his patients can’t come to the clinic, he sometimes goes to them; including bringing a portable ultrasound machine on house calls, and doing home visits to Amish patients. In addition to his more-than-full-time practice, Dr. Williams is still an Assistant Professor; hosting medical students who come here to train on four-week rotations. He’s also on the Board of Advisors for Clarkson University’s new Physician Assistant program, chairs several Hospital committees, a member of Temple Beth-el in Potsdam, and involved in his kids’ activities. So if you aren’t sure whether it’s Dr. Williams, or his brother, that you see around town, here’s a hint: he’ll be the one carrying the portable ultrasound machine.

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Mike Pinkerton, and Mary-Jo Sutton, Cardiac Imaging

Founder ($500 - $999) Dr. Lee* and Ginger Akin Anonymous ♦ Michael and Betsy Bommer ♦ Sara Bonnell * ♦ Eydie Bovay * Maxine Briggs * John and Ann Carvill James and Virginia Cayey ♦ Jerry and Judy Chase ♦ Louise Clemens ♦ Jodi L. Colby * ♦ Commercial Investigations, LLC Mark and Carole Cornett Kenneth and Carol Coskran ♦ Michael C. and Kathy Crowe Leo and Katherine Curro ♦ Jack Davis * William D. and M. Kathleen Demo ♦ Tom DeRosa* and Liz Regosian Brenda Devine * ♦ Karen Edwards Teresa Fenton William and Dawn Gregory Fran* and Sheldon* Hall ♦ Heathcare Management Solutions, LLC Richard and Helen Hilts ♦ Kappa Delta Sigma Patricia C. Kelly * ♦

Dr. Brian* and Darlene Kerrigan David and Susan Kirwan Dr. Nick* and Susan* Knowles Robin H. and Patti F. Lock ♦ Alfred W. and Laurie Maki ♦ Dr. David and Bonnie McCall Shirley Michaud Niles Asset Management Amy Nugent * Dennis* and Kareta Olshfski Craig and Julieanne Painter Leon Plumadore * ♦ Potsdam Central School Potsdam Specialty Paper ♦ William and Kathy Putnam ♦ Terence M. and Nancy A. Reed ♦ James and Nancy* Rutledge ♦ Robert J. and Sheila T. Sassone ♦ Alan M. and Ginny Schwartz Bob and Mary Scott ♦ Bonnie Severance * William N. and Mandy Sloan ♦ T&R Wines Peter and Elizabeth Van de Water ♦ Randy VanBrocklin * Richard and Mary E. VanLeuven ♦ Lloyd and Beverley Vienneau ♦ Lowell and Lisa Warner Lynn Whittier ♦

Leader ($250 - $499) Al-anon Stanley and Verna Anderson ♦ Atlantic Testing Labs Ltd. James P. and Audrey Autenrith ♦ Robin Avery * Barrett Paving Materials Inc. ♦ Basham One Enterprises Thomas J. and Marion Blauvelt Mark and Nancey Brackett ♦ Barbara A. Bromley * ♦ Adam Bullock * Robert R. and Ellen D. Burns ♦ Floyd and Marie Callahan ♦ Salvatore and Lisa M. Cania ♦ Canton Area Zonta Club

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Capital City Rentals, LLC Margaret Cardinal Charles A. and Mary Ellen Carvel ♦ A.W. Collins Corp. ♦ Karen Cox * Alan W. Cunningham ♦ Thomas Curry William and Lucia Dailey Raymond and Betty Dalton ♦ Janice Demick ♦ Donna Doig Dan* and Jonnie Dorothy ♦ Jacqueline Dow * Rebecca M. Dufour * ♦ Steven and Keely Dunshee ♦ Roger and Cynthia Dusharm ♦ BPO Elks #2074 ♦ First Crush Coffee & Wine Bar Deborah Forget * Frazer Computing Albert G. and Patricia Glover Robert and Marianne Glover Charles F. and Linda B. Goolden ♦ Gray & Gray, CPA's Jon R. and Linda R. Greenwood Cynthia Hennessy ♦ Richard and Rae Hitchman Philip and Eleanor Hopke ♦ Amy Irish-Bicknell * ♦ Edward Jacot ♦ Kevin and Tracy* Jarvis Sandra Jensen * Dennis and Nancy Jones ♦ Eugene and Carolyn Kaczka ♦ Joseph and Dine Kennedy ♦ John and Linda Kenny ♦ Josip and Stanka Kratohvil ♦ Thomas Lee and Marie C. LaLone ♦ Michele Leroux * Ted and Lisa* Levison ♦ Paul and Mindy Loucks Lyndsay Macagg * Mick and Sheila Maguire ♦ John and Mary Maroney Debra Marques-Seaman * Barbara Marten Carol Mason * Robert S. and Betsey A. Matteson ♦


Leader ($250 - $499) Cont. Edward and Joyce McNamara ♦ Keri Merchant * ♦ Jay R. and Barbara A. Nagel ♦ Kate Newell North Woods Dental Jennifer Nye * Dr. Daniel and Nancy Palmateer ♦ June Peoples and Joel Hurd Evan W. and Janice Poole ♦ Potsdam Charity Hankfest David and Lya Powers ♦ Adhish Rajkarnikar Sally A. Remington * ♦ Marcia D. Reutershan ♦ Betsy B. Robinson ♦ Rose and Kiernan, Inc Kimberly Salton * Michael E. and Janice Sexton ♦ Bryan P. Shea Shirley Sochia * ♦ Linda Stone Judy Sultzer * Mary Jo Sutton * ♦ Tammy Sykes * Sharalee Tacchino * Emiley Thacker * Dr. Magendra and Rashmi Thakur Stephen and Pamela Todd Frank* and Michele Vaisey ♦ Allen and Aileen Vincent-Barwood Noreen von Borstel * Brian P. Watson ♦ Roger and Carolyn Watters Mary Lou Whalen * Byron and Ruth Whitney Harold W. and Barbara J. Wilder ♦ Stacie M. Woodward * ♦ Peter and Kathy Wyckoff ♦ Perry H. and Janet Yaw ♦ Pam and Steve Yurgartis

Member ($100 - $249) Norbert and Joanne Ackermann ♦

Brent and Erin Alguire Lydia Anderson-Howe * Lisa Ayers * Paul and Debra Backus ♦ Phyllis R. Bailey ♦ Donna Baker * Jennifer Balaban * Baldwin Acres, Inc. ♦ Gerald and Beverly Ballou Dr. Cynthia Baltazar Herbert A. Bartholomew

Joshua LaRose, Patient Registration

John and Rose Bartholomew Margaret Bass Alfred T. and Dr. April M. Bender ♦ David Bender * BH Properties, Inc. Chester and Eve Bisnett ♦ Richard and Ann Bitely ♦ Donald Blount ♦ Leo and Yvonne Bond Joseph and Arlene Bouvier ♦ Alan and Marcia Bradley ♦ Charles and Alfreda Bradt ♦ Patrick and Kelley Brady Ogden and Libby Brandt Joseph Bregg

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Robert Bromley * ♦ Jennifer Bronson * Thomas and Sallie Brothers Helen Brouwer Thomas* and Jessie Burcume Randy and Linda Burke Donald E. and Peggy B. Burlingame ♦ Duane and Carol Burnap Helen Butchino David and Michele Butler ♦ Elizabeth Butterfield * Francis and Laurie Cappello James and Christa Carroll ♦ Geraldine Casey ♦ Larry Casey, Diane Drummond and Families ♦ Rick and Pat Cassara John and Sondra Castle Karl and Peggy Caswell ♦ Cerio and Cerio Psychologists Deborah Chase-Lauther * Doris Chenier Seth E. and Marlene R. Chichester ♦ Dr. Patrick T. and Margaret Choong ♦ Michele Claffey * The Clarkson Inn CNY Business Office Thomas F. and Nellie E. Coakley ♦ William and Carol Coakley Theodore and Geoffrey Cobb Mark C. and Cynthia Coleman ♦ Darlene Coller * John and Dawn Conklin Earl W. Cook Rebekah Covell ♦ Gerald and Betty Crump Susan Crump * William and Alice Cullen ♦ Margaret Curtin ♦ Ann Watkins Custard William R. and Crystal E. Cuthbert ♦ Jacqueline M. Cutler ♦ Duncan and Lois Cutter ♦ Tom and Joan Dalton ♦ David A. Davis


Dr. Jason Lorenc

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Dr.

Jason Lorenc has no problem keeping up with the long hours and sometimes frantic pace of our Emergency Department. He’s a marathon runner. After medical school and residency training, Dr. Lorenc came straight here to work in our Emergency Department. “My wife Susan is a Canton native,” he tells me. “When it was time for me to find a job, we drew a circle with a 3-hour radius around Canton. Of course, half of that circle was in Canada! But Potsdam was right there near the center. So here I am.” That was nearly 10 years ago. Now, Dr. Lorenc is just as much at home in Canton as his wife is. He coaches his children’s basketball teams and is President of the Canton Hoopsters. He’s also Medical Director of the Potsdam and West Potsdam Rescue Squads, and lectures for Canton’s Emergency Medical Service. Earlier this year Dr. Lorenc’s 3-year old nephew was diagnosed with leukemia. That’s when he got involved with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s “Team in Training” initiative. Team in Training (TNT) began in 1988 when a New York man formed a team that raised funds and trained to run the New York City Marathon in honor of his daughter, a leukemia survivor. Since then TNT has grown into the world’s largest endurance sports training program, with more than 40,000 participants each year and more than $1.2 billion raised for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Dr. Lorenc has always been athletic. He played sports in high school, and Division One soccer at Cornell. So he signed on to TNT, and raised $8,000 this year. He ran 40 to 50 miles a week to train for the New York City Marathon, which was, unfortunately, cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. “It was really disappointing,” he says. “We were already down there when they finally decided to cancel. Maybe next year.” In the meantime, he’ll keep running. It’s that same fast pace which makes Emergency Medicine so attractive to him. “Every day is different. Of course, when people think about the Emergency Department they think of major traumas, and that’s a part of it. But I try to remember that for every patient, an ER visit is a big deal; even for those who come to the ER for things that are less traumatic. From the patient’s perspective, it’s still an emergency. Nothing is routine.” We’re proud to have Dr. Lorenc on our team.

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2012 At A Glance Division Foundation Board Hospital Board CPH Medical Staff CPH Management CPH Employees

Number of Donors Dollars Donated 16 16 31 8 169

Corporate Members Corporations Small Businesses Vendors Guilds Organizations Friends of the Hospital Deceased Total

89 21 34 8 2 28 498 5 925

$ Received by Purpose Unrestricted Gifts Other Donor - Restricted Constructing Healthier Communities Campaign Non-Cash Gifts

59,341.62 141,303.00 11,665.00 5,271.27 111,083.00 33,311.11 119,627.01 2,658.15 $712,515.68

133,395.89 121,359.89 442,976.05 14,784.57

TOTAL

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25,551.87 37,379.94 86,751.62 30,818.61 47,753.48


Memorial and Honor Gifts We were grateful to receive gifts in memory or honor of the following people in 2012: Rudolph C. Aiken Donald G. Alguire Barbara Ashley Bob Barr Pat Barr Kathleen Bradish Joseph Brockway Wilda Hunter Grant Brown Edward Bullock Hollis B. Burke Richard "Dick" Cardinal June C. Clark Jim Clemens John W. Covell In Honor of the Nurses at CPH Marie Creighton Donald I. Deno Michael Fiacco Shirley Ann Fiacco Matthew Fukes Patsy Fukes Helen Grant Larry Grant Sherman Grant Francis Hall Carl Hance Diane Hasper Kimberly Hasper Joseph J. Hopsicker Ann Howlett

E. Stanley Howlett Joanne Jacot Merle R. Law Bob Metcalf Virginia A. Mitchell Tommy Moulton Patricia Mucenski Anne Mulyca Karen Murray Barbara Myers Frank A. Palumbo, Sr. Harrison Peck, Jr. Bruce Potter Edison Richards Ellen Richards Mary Richards Dr. Robert T. Rogers Florence B. Shults Harriet Siechen Nancy Sullivan Clare Taro Isabel Taro Arthur Tolman Gladys Tolman In Honor of Peter and Becky Van de Water Floyd Vebber Dr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins H. Sargent Whittier, Jr. Linda Wilson Elizabeth Wright

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Ed Sachs

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everend Ed Sachs came to Potsdam to attend Clarkson University’s chemical engineering program, switched to marketing and management, worked for Hickory Farms, earned an MS in counseling from Liberty University, and, somehow, ended up pastor of the North Country Community Church here in Potsdam, a post he has held for the past 19 years. Along the way he met and married his college sweetheart, Sarah, who is now the youth services librarian at Potsdam Public Library, and raised a son, Nate, now 26 and a father himself. Ed was an Eagle Scout and his counseling practice sponsors local Boy Scout Troop 77. He is Treasurer of the Board of Helping Hands of Potsdam, Treasurer of the Potsdam Ministerial Association, coordinator of the Christian Prayer Initiative, and fills in as Campus Minister at SUNY Potsdam when Dr. Harvey Smith is out of town. In 1998 Ed began another long-term relationship - with Canton-Potsdam Hospital. “I attended a conference for hospital staff and community members called “Building a Healing Team,” he recounts, “and that’s when it really hit me – the hospital is the hub of our area – the one place where everyone in our community, all ages and backgrounds, is served.” After that conference, Ed and a few other clergy representatives worked with hospital staff to establish a Spiritual Care Committee. They created a non-denominational meditation room in the hospital and launched an annual memorial service for families of patients who pass away there. The committee now does education programs for staff and helps to meet the spiritual needs of staff, patients, and family members. Ed puts in two or three hours per week as a Chaplain , serves on the Ethics Committee of the hospital, and also helps coordinate Chaplain’s Associates and Spiritual Care Visitors – lay people who visit patients when clergy are unavailable or a patient has no specific religious affiliation. “The hospital has grown so much in the years I’ve been here,” he tells me. “Staff are stretched thin and the pace is very hectic. The Spiritual Care Team can do things that staff just can’t do anymore – whether sitting with a patient, debriefing after a critical incident, or offering a brief prayer to help family members dealing with a trauma.” For that, we offer our own brief prayer – of thanks - for Reverend Ed Sachs and all the clergy members who help here.

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Member ($100 - $249) Cont. Kathryn E. Davis * Mark and Tonya Davis ♦ Robert DeGraaff and Sarah Gates John Dempsey Joseph and Ruth DiGiovanna ♦ Barbara Dodds ♦ Linda Donovan * ♦ Suzanne and Mark Dougherty Shirley DuBois * ♦ Lori Durant * John R. and Barbara* Durkin ♦ Baker and Dorothy Elliott ♦ Patricia A. Ellis * ♦ John and Ann Elmer Jessica* and Jonathon Emlaw Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas Frederick and Charlotte Ernst Joan Eurto Jane C. Fallon ♦ Charles and Beatrice Farrell Fellnor Jenessa Fenton * Tony and Sarah Fiacco ♦ George and Ginny Field ♦ Frances Finch Merle and Lila Fiske Amy and Tim Flack ♦ Philip B. and Nancy S.* Foisy Cynthia Follett * ♦ Tammy Foote * Deborah Fountain * Laura Fuller * Fused Solutions, LLC Brian and Claire Gardam Dale H. and Gloria Gardner Ward Geddes ♦ Glow Skincare and Spa Anne Goodwin Lois Graham Brian and April Grant Colleen Grant * ♦ Aaron T. Graves ♦ Janet Green ♦ Green Funeral Home ♦ Milner Grimsled John and Dorothy L. Hall

Michael and Debra Kenny Jerre and Jean Kilroy Barbara King Kathleen Kirschner ♦ Walter and Carol Ann Kissam ♦ John and Barbara Klemens Jerry R. and Ruth L. Kreuzer ♦ Bonnie LaBaff * John and Annie LaBarge Claire LaGarry Larry and Joyce Lalonde ♦ Thomas W. Lascell ♦ Peter Laspina ♦ Kevin* and Cynthia Lawrence Sharon Lawrence Steven and Lynn Lawrence Meggyn Everhart, Laura Sterlace, and Ashley Fish, Imaging Lawrence Avenue Apartments ♦ Michael J. LeCuyer * Patricia Hall Frank Lenney Tom and Donna* Hall William J. and Patricia A. Lewis ♦ Etta Hance Dan and Theresa* Liscum Roger and Trudy Hart Steven and Sandra Livernois William and Roberta Hart Dr. Jose Lizardi David R. and Luella M. Haskins Judith Longshore ♦ Elizabeth Hawley-Brown Lisa D. Losey * ♦ Daniel and Ellen Hayes Boris Loushin and Eugenia Tsarov ♦ Elise Hejna * Brian Loveless Ann Herne ♦ M.M. Hayes Co. Inc. Alan Hersker Kathleen Madden Steve and Anne Hopkins Richard and Carol Maginn Noreen Hopsicker Dieter and Mary Mahlstedt Gerald P. and Shirley Hourihan William and Rita Manning Mia Hourihan * ♦ Linda Mason * ♦ Dr. Harry E. and Theo Howe ♦ Thomas and Susan Matthews ♦ Bobbi Hull * Mary Mayette Daniel and Jane Hurley ♦ Kimberly McCarthy * Richard J. Hurley ♦ Robin McClellan Roger and Helen Hutchinson ♦ Arlene McEwen Richard and Patricia Irwin James and Phyllis McFaddin Michele Jantzi * ♦ Patrick and Jean McGuire Dennis Jay * ♦ Lennelle McKinnon ♦ Lucille Jock * Robert D. McNamara * ♦ John C. Parcell IV, CPA,CFE Mary Jean (Bonnie) McNichol ♦ Neil and Marilyn Johnson ♦ Sandra Merchant ♦ John and Catherine Kaplan Shirley Metcalf Louis Kauffman ♦ Fay E. Molnar ♦ Nancy S. Kear George Molnar Frank and Beverly Kearing Morgan Stanley Smith Barney David and Diane Keller ♦

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Tony Valdez, III, Maintenance

Member ($100 - $249) Cont. James and Christine Moulton Hamsa and Rangaswamy Mukundan Walt and Marea Mulyca Nikki Coates and Associates North Country This Week ♦ Shirley S. Norton ♦ Edmond and Angela Ormond Alan J. and Rita J. Ostrander Lawrence Palmer Richard E. and JoAnne H. Partch ♦ Mary Peck David and Jean Peggs Dr. Flos Piit * Michael Pinard * ♦ Michael* and Barbara Pinkerton ♦ John and Judy Plonka Plumley Real Estate Steve and Patricia Poste Potsdam IGA Donald and Nancy Potter ♦ R.S.I. Roofing Avis Ragan Chantal Rainville * Joseph and Helen Randi Robert B. and Kathryn A. Raymo

Eileen Raymond and Donna Smith-Raymond Gerald Regan Arlene Roach * ♦ Teddra Roberts * ♦ Tod Robertson * ♦ Ellen Rocco Geoffrey and Sandra Rogers Lynn Rose * ♦ Timothy and Jill Savage Albert and Gail Schaberg ♦ John and Ann Schorge ♦ Debra Schwartfigure * George Seaver ♦ Seaway Valley Ambulance Service Arthur H. and Patricia M. Sennett Scott Shipley and Tedra Cobb John and Barbara Short Wally and Tina Siebel ♦ Arthur Siebert * Terri Simzer * Michael Sitton and Mark Martin Smalling Motel South ♦ Dr. Scott and Jennifer Smith Carla Snell * Linda Stanka * Joseph and Leigh Stark Ruth Stauffer ♦ Jocelyn Steggert * Emmy Stevenson * Lisa Stickney Frances Stowe William F. Strate Sullivan's Office Supply SUNY Potsdam Bowling Club Cindy Swinyer * ♦ Richard Taylor Joseph Tebo * Melissa M. TenEyck * ♦ Brett and Pamela Thacher The Ole Smokehouse Doug and Jean Theobald Walter and Sherry Theobald Norma Thomas ♦ Carol Thompson * Roger and Mary Jane Thompson ♦ Kenneth and Catherine Thygesen ♦ Trackside '21', Inc. James and Maureen Triolo ♦

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Trent Trulock and Cynthia Eyler and Emma Amy Tulip * Dr. Michael and Gail Tulloch Dennis Tuper ♦ Peter and Patricia Turner Renee Typhair * ♦ Michael and Deborah Valley Laurie Vavra * ♦ Lawrence and Olga Virgil John and Maureen Ward Shirley Washburn Mary Jane Watson Margaret Weitzmann ♦ Julie Welch and Rick Tomlinson Robert N. and Patricia Wells ♦ Alerick Welsh Danielle Wheat * Gwendolyn White James D. and Sharon I. White ♦ White's Flowers David and Solange Wiest William Wilcox and Liya Regel ♦ Margaret Wilkinson Dr. Andrew and Sharon Williams James A. and Kathleen Williams Maxine Williams ♦ Richard and Laurie Williams Natasha Wolpin * ♦ Nancy Wood * ♦

Robert Green, II, Imaging


Laurie Vavra

Debbie McCuin 18


We

already knew that Hospital employees are active in the community. They volunteer on fire departments and rescue squads, coach youth hockey, serve on school boards, lead scout troops, and volunteer for Hospice, the animal shelter, and countless other organizations. Hospital employees are leaders in local Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis, Lions, VFW, and Chambers of Commerce. They serve as Trustees of cemetery associations and historical societies, are parish council members at their churches, and raise funds for playgrounds and PTA’s. This year we discovered that two of Santa’s helpers work right here at CantonPotsdam Hospital. For more than ten years, Debbie McCuin and Laurie Vavra have been two of the four members of the Tri-Town Christmas Basket Committee, which oversees a community-wide Christmas drive for children in the St. Lawrence Central School District. Debbie has worked full time at the CPH lab for 25 years, and Laurie has been a full time RN on our medical/ surgical floors since 1982 (with a 5- year break several years ago.) The two have been friends “forever,” and have been involved with the Christmas program for more than 15 years. Both Laurie and Debbie just light up when I ask them about the program. It’s clearly a labor of love - an all-volunteer effort that helps about 250 kids each year, providing three gifts per child, a food basket, and a grocery gift card to every family. The local churches do food drives and special collections, there are “angel” trees out at businesses and the school, and everyone pitches in. The Lions Club and the Tri-Town Chamber help, along with several of the school’s sports teams, and a group of retired teachers. “We stress about it,” Debbie says. “Our community is small, and there aren’t many businesses that can help out. But every year, out of nowhere, people step up to the plate, and it all comes together. Last year one gentleman donated ten $100 bills!” Who knew that elves wear lab coats and scrubs? 19


The Linda Richards Society

Linda Richards, America’s first nurse, was born in West

Potsdam in 1841. She was one of five students enrolled in the first nurse-training program at New England Hospital for Women and Children. They worked 16 hours a day, and slept in the wards along with their patients. Pay was $1 per week, with 3 hours time off every 14 days. Linda was the only student to complete the program, and in 1873 she received the first nursing diploma issued in the United States. Miss Richards went on to devote her life to serving others, as a nurse and nursing teacher. In her honor, our Foundation created the Linda Richards Society, which recognizes those who help others through their annual gifts to our Hospital.

The Foster and French Society

Bequests from Henry Foster and Gilbert French created our Hospital in

1920, and today bequests continue to help us move forward.

Bequests are added to our Hospital’s long-term investments, where they help secure the future of our Hospital and the health of our community. Your bequest or planned gift is the “last, best way” to demonstrate your values. Please consider including the Hospital Foundation in your estate plans. We welcome you to contact our office for more information.

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Ways to Give Outright Gifts:

Cash, check, publicly-traded stock, credit card, or online gifts are gratefully accepted. These gifts immediately “go to work” for the Hospital.

The Annual Fund

(also called the Linda Richards Society) supports the purchase of new equipment and the expansion of programs and services. Unless they request to be anonymous, all members of the Linda Richards Society are included in this annual report and on a donor list, which changes annually, near the main entrance to the Hospital.

Memorial Gifts

are a unique way you can honor the memory of a special person. Those for whom we have received more than $100 in memorial donations are permanently listed in a display near the main entrance to the Hospital.

Gifts of Gratitude are a special way to say “thank you” to a physician, nurse, or other health care provider, for taking care of you or a loved one. We’ll be sure to let the honoree know about your thoughtful donation!

Many companies match charitable gifts made by employees, retirees, and directors.

We

encourage you to enquire whether your company will do the same.

Special Gifts:

Individuals donating $2,000 or more in a single year for the first time may choose to have an engraved brick added to our donor walkway. Gifts of $25,000 or more may be recognized by naming a specific hospital room, department, or service, as appropriate.

Planned Gifts:

Any gift that you decide to give now, but that we do not actually receive until some time in the future, is a “planned gift.” The simplest to make, and by far the most common, is a bequest in your will. If you already have a will in effect, a simple codicil may be added to include the Hospital Foundation.

Other types of planned or deferred gifts may give you special income and/or tax advantages.

They can play a valuable role in strengthening your own long-term financial health, while enabling you to leave a lasting legacy that would perhaps not otherwise be affordable. We would be happy to work with you and your attorney or financial advisor on a gift from your IRA, a charitable gift annuity, trust, or gift of life insurance. For more information on any of these ways to give, please contact the Foundation. 21


Joan Newman

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The

first thing you notice about Joan Newman is that she is tiny. A lifelong Canton resident, she and her late husband Jack raised 7 daughters. She was an RN at SUNY Canton’s Student Health Service for 24 years, and volunteered as a Level-3 EMT on the Canton Rescue Squad for 20 years. She now has 14 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. The second thing you notice is that Joan does not like talking about herself or being photographed. But she has a story that begs to be told. In 1978, Joan’s husband, Jack, had a massive heart attack when he was just 48 years old. He was a patient in our Intensive Care Unit “a very long time.” He recovered, and had bypass surgery, but then suffered another heart attack in 1991. Jack was evaluated at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in Boston, and received a heart transplant in1992. Jack was a carpenter, but was unable to continue working in construction. A friend of Jack’s gave him a set of used golf clubs, to help him pass the time. Then in 1991, another friend suggested that Jack help organize a “little” golf tournament to benefit the American Heart Association. And so, they did. The first year, the tournament had 28 players, and raised $250. But every year after that, it got bigger. So much bigger that, in the past 21 years, it has raised more than $250,000 for the American Heart Association. Jack’s health took a turn for the worse in 2008, and he passed away on the day of the 17th annual golf tournament. For days leading up to his death, Jack and Joan’s large family “camped out” in the family lounge and meditation rooms on our Hospital’s second floor. When Jack died, Joan requested that memorial donations be made to our Hospital Foundation, to improve the family lounge, and ensure that all families have a quiet place to be together when a loved one is critically ill. Since then, 54 donors have contributed more than $8,000 to the Jack Newman fund here at the Hospital. For the past three years, Joan has also chosen to direct a portion of the proceeds from the Jack Newman Memorial Golf Tournament to come to our fund. So far, that’s added $6,000. We’ve used those gifts to refurbish the family lounge, and for other projects to help families be more comfortable when they are here. Yes, Joan Newman is tiny. But her heart, and her accomplishments, are huge.

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J. Brent Bishop, Finance

Member ($100 - $249) Cont. Robert H. and Deany M. Wood Terri Young * Toby V. and JoAnn W. Zenger Nicholas and Denise Zevos ♦ Petr and Radmila Zuman ♦

Associate (Under $100) Mary Aiken Melbern and Grace Aldous Mark and Lynne Allen Jim and Katherine Allott American Legion Post 74 Elizabeth Ames Gale and Sharon Amyotte Anonymous Argent's Jewelry and Coin Shop Alex Ashley * Patrick and Judy Austin Matt Averill Sanford and Patricia Bacon Frederick Baker Kevin Ball and Ruth E. Baltus Naomi Balukjian Banford Teachers Fund Dawn Banker

George Barney ♦ Betty K. Bartlett Edward Bates Gordon B. and Katharine Batson ♦ Felicitas Baxter James and Gail Baxter Jacqueline M. Beach Shirley Belgarde ♦ Mark R. Bickelhaupt Richard and Linnie Bicknell ♦ Gail Bisonette ♦ Robert and Susan Blewett Bob and Patty Blickwedehl Chuck and Sue Bolesh Jeff and Mary Bonno Lori Bosjolie * Lenore Bovay ♦ Daniel and Ann Bradburd ♦ William W. Bradley Ronald Bretsch Brick Chapel Ladies Aid Society Joseph and Alberta Briggs ♦ Lynn Brothers June Broughton ♦ Hortense Brown ♦ Mary Bucher (D) Herbert V. and Agnes Bullock ♦ Randy and Shirley Burge Rich and Kathy Burns Frederick and Dorothy Butterfield Harry and Judy Caringi James and Susan Carl ♦ Edna R. Caron Janet, Phil & Kelli Carr Leonard and Lynda Carvel Eileen Chaffee * LeAnne Champion-Barse Lorraine Cheney Gena Chiasson Vernice Church Richard and Elizabeth Clark ♦ W. Russell Clark (D) ♦ Robert and Dorothy Cole ♦ Robert and Allyson Collins Steve and Suellan Collins ♦ Andrew and Kathy Connelly Elise Cook ♦ Derry and Mardee Cooke ♦

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Anthony and Kerrie Cooper Emilie Coots Ted and Verlee Coviello Crary Mills Presbyterian Church Aleesha Crobar Anita Crowe Madeleine Cummings ♦ Charles Cunha Glenden Cutway Shirley Daggett and Wanda Robertson Albert S. and Marie Paule Dalbec Catherine Dalton ♦ James F. and Jo Anne Danehy Meg Davis Vonda Davis * Dana Denhoff and Robin Duncan Constance Deno Erin Devine * Susan Dillion Thomas and Kathleen Doyle Kathleen Duffany and Gene Newman Cheryl Durant Connie H. Dygert ♦ Jo-Ann Dygert * Jean Dyke ♦ Marvin and Marga Edwards J. Mark Erickson Jean Evans William and Susan Eynon Fabulous Friends Lee and Ellen* Farrington Matthew and Stacey Ferguson Kathleen Fitzgerald and Bob Josephson

Melonie Ferguson and Shawn O’Brien, Nutrition Services


Associate (Under $100) Cont. Steven and Nancy Fletcher Janet J. Flight Hector and Joanne Foisy Katherine Forbes Lisa Ford Mark and Karen Franke Thomas and Carrie French Friends of the Potsdam Public Library Allen and Ellen Fukes Mike and Pat Furgal ♦ Gary and Ellen Galo ♦ John and Christine Gamble Neil and Alma Garner Barbara B. Garrett Edward and Jackie Gauthier Loraina L. Ghiraldi Robert and Sue Gibbs Cynthia Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gonyea, Jr. Betty Goodrow GoodSearch Ronald and Sharon Gotham Harold and Patricia Granger ♦ William S. and Mary A. Grant Robert P. Green, II * Ben and Rita Gruda Agnes P. Guile Leslie Hall * Robin Hall * Barbara Hance ♦ Evan and Connie Harper Jon and Patricia Harrington Sidney and Linda Harrison Patricia Hayden Jon and Cheryl Hazen Tegan Healey David Heidenreich ♦ Lenore Hennessey ♦ John and Linda Henry Eva Hibbard Duane and Mary Hicken High Peaks Winery, LLC Nova Hogle * Joette Holgado and Christopher Ashwood Steven and Jody Horwitz

Leslie Howard Roveletta Huiatt ♦ Charles and Rosalie Hunter David Hyde Marilyn Hyde William Jemison and Elisabeth Chapman Robert and Nadine Jennings Laurie Jerome * Richard and Carolyn Johnson Nancy F. Johnston ♦ Eugene Jones Mark and Jill Josephs ♦ Just GIve Just the Right Stuff, Inc. Isabelle Kearns ♦

Joanne Foisy, Gift Shop Volunteer Helen Kenyon Elizabeth Kepes and Thomas Van de Water ♦ Richard and Donna Kimball ♦ Stephen and Lianne Knight Daniel and Denise Koser ♦ Lou Ann Lange-Geise Fred and Margie LaPoint ♦ Kenneth Larue (D) Kenneth and Laura Lavigne Scott P. and Doreen LaVine John and Rita Lawrence Norman and Christy Lazore Jeff and Nan Lazovik ♦ Carolyn Leathers ♦

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Carolyn Leavitt Waltha Gaye Leavitt Leon W. and Penelope LeBeau Donald and Darlene Leonard Mark and Jeanne Leuthauser Emma V. Levitt ♦ Feng-Bor and Meilee Lin Randy and Amber Lindsey Elizabeth Littlejohn Ernest and Marilyn Locke Judy Lowell Brian and Linda MacDougall Jerry and Mary Mahoney Thomas Manning Laurie Marr and Earl Froats Elaine Marschean * ♦ Edwin and Patricia Marsh Gregory and Jenny Marsh Joe and Teddi Marsh Katherine Mastro * Jodie Matice * Donna Matthys Gordon and Janice McDonald Kathleen D. McDonald ♦ George and Janet McFarland Matthew and Nancy McKinley ♦ William and Dorothy Mein Isis Melhado Cora Meloney Joel Menard Phyllis Merkley Ron and Janice Meshurel ♦ Donald and Susan Mesibov Richard J. Miller William and Thelma Miller ♦ Brad and Marilyn Mintener Rosemary Misiaszek ♦ John Mitchell Terri Mitchell Dick and Peggy Mooers ♦ Janet Moore ♦ Jeffrey H. Morgan Mary Ellen Morgan Cynthia Morin ♦ Floyd and Ella Morter ♦ Richard* and Kelly* Mundy ♦ Jim and Sally A. Murray Ruth Murray


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There’s

an old saying that goes “If you want something done, ask a busy person.” That just about sums up the Foundation Board of Directors! The Foundation Board is our primary link between the Foundation and our community. We’re extremely fortunate to have a great group of dedicated Board members volunteering their time and expertise on our behalf. Foundation Board members don’t just attend meetings. They sign letters, make thank-you calls, help with solicitations, make their own generous gifts, and act as our eyes and ears in the community. Some of our Board members are retired, and some work full time. They come from across our Hospital’s service area; and from occupations as diverse as school superintendent, attorney, accountant, dentist, professor, and entrepreneur. They range in age from 35 to 75. What they all have in common is that, though they’re very busy people, they have chosen to make supporting our Hospital a priority. Here’s just a sampling of some of the other community involvement of our Board members: St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Library Board, Church Treasurer, Knight Club, Kinney Foundation Board, Adirondack Mountain Club, Renewal House, Church Council President, Addiction Treatment and Recovery Board, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, North Country Children’s Clinic, County Legislator, SUNY Potsdam Foundation, Lions Club…….well, you get the idea. We’re always on the lookout for potential Board members. If you’re a busy person who gets things done, if you have finance expertise or leadership experience, and you’re passionate about helping our hospital, let us know.

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Jeff Groenheide and Courtney Chevier, MSU 3

Associate (Under $100) Cont. Norwood-Norfolk Kiwanis Kids Daniel and Carolyn O'Connor ♦ Isabel O'Hanlon ♦ John and Susan Omohundro ♦ Rose Orologio * ♦ Barbara Page Carl Palmisano * Frank and Jen Palumbo Kathryn Paquin (D) Parishville Hilltoppers Senior Citizens Club Janet Pike Ruth Policella Hannah Puglia * Richard and Carol Pulley Sandra Rahn Ramona Ralston ♦ Elbridge and Joan Randall Rachel Raven * Dianne Rawson * Rebecca Reames ♦ Janis Reetz Nancy Rehse Sigrid S. Reichert ♦ Rande Richardson Jeffrey and Deborah Rickey Bryan Ringo ♦ William M. and Rebecca Rogers

Kurtis and Pamela Rook Sharon Rosenbarker Kathleen Rosenburg George and Terry Rossi Ashley Rovito * Malinda Rowe-Collins * Philip and Lorene Royce ♦ Elizabeth Rush Edmund and Kay Russell Frederick and Hyacinth Saburro Bernard and Deborah Safford Arletta Samulak * Muriel T. Sanborn Chris and Mary Sanchez Nicholas Scelzi Roberta Scharf Alan and Janice Searleman SEFA - Anonymous Merrill and Deborah Sharpe Manola Sherman Phyllis Shimmel Donald Shoen Robert M. Shurtleff Janice Sibbitts Marshall and Pauline Smith Susan Smith Susan E.* and Andrew Smith Richard and Mary Snell ♦ Barbara Spencer ♦ Rex and Sally Spicer ♦ Robert P. Stark Patricia Stein ♦ Richard and Doris Stephan ♦ Irmgard Stephan and Karin Simone ♦ Shankar and Jane Subramanian ♦ Barbara Sullivan Jerry Sullivan Sunday Nite Mixers Bowling League Syracuse Medical Equip Repair, Inc. Cynthia Tanner Darcy L. Taylor * John F.and Kathy A. Taylor ♦ Kimberly Taylor * Josef and Barbara teRiele ♦ Mary Theisen ♦ Mary Jean Thomaris ♦ Kathleen Thomas Orin and Bonnie Thomas

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Zelda Thomas ♦ Jessica Thompson * Melvin and Sandy Tomalty ♦ Donald Tompkins Noreen Tuper Mary Waite Roy Waite Henry and Nancy Walters Carol-Ann Warner Susan T. Watson Bill and Lorna Webb ♦ Carla Weegar David and Jane Wells Grace A. Wells Peter Wert * Kenneth and Martha West West Wing Friends Leroy and Doris Weston Elaine White Shirley Whiteford Andrew and Kristen Whittier James and Janet Wightman Darrell J. and Daphna V. Williams ♦ Diane M. Wilson ♦ Jerome Wilson Dan Wilson and Claudette VanEss Ruth Yates

Doug Turner and Chad Fleury, Information Technology


Canton-Potsdam Hospital Foundation Board of Directors 2013 Gary Canfield, Treasurer Joe Fitzsimons Scott Goldie Angela Gray Owen Halloran Stacey Howlett William Kirchgasser, Secretary David Kirwan Eleanor Menz Steve Putman, Vice Chair Bill Putnam Charlotte Ramsay Penelope Rattan, Chair Rich VanLeuven Lowell Warner Brooks Washburn Foundation Staff Barbara Burcume, Annual Giving Coordinator Laura Cordts, Executive Director Photography - Chris Lenney


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2012 annual report