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FAITH&WORK St. Barnabas Health System


Christmas 2018 • New Year’s 2019



New Year

FAITH&WORK St. Barnabas Health System

Christmas 2018 – New Year’s 2019




3 A Message from William V. Day 4 Give an Experience That Gives Back 5 Recipes for Reminiscing 6 Celebrating the Messiah 8 Stirring Up Memories 9 Give Until it Hearts 10 Raising Spirits is Our Job 12 Bringing CHEER Here 13 PAWs-itively PURRfect 14 Dedicating Your St. Barnabas Donation 15 Donors

St. Barnabas Health System Board of Trustees John J. Curran, Chair Thomas M. Schmidt, Vice Chair William V. Day, Secretary Richard J. Andrus Walter DeForest Daniel S. Henderson Joseph C. Scaletta Sr. St. Barnabas Health System Officers William V. Day, EdD, President Douglas W. Day, Senior Vice President Karen Tabacchi, Senior Vice President James D. Turco, Senior Vice President Valerie Day Wilden, Assistant Vice President Margaret Horton, Assistant Vice President Faith & Work is published quarterly by St. Barnabas Health System Valerie Day Wilden, Editor Nancy Brem, Production Manager Donna Herrle, Designer Rick Armstrong, Photographer Reed & Witting, Printer The Official Registration and Financial information of St. Barnabas Charities may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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Three Brothers

A Message from William V. Day They were Bill, Ray and Jerry. All brothers and patients at St. Barnabas Nursing Home. About 50 years ago. Probably the only time in the 118-year history of St. Barnabas. All received free care.

from Deer Lakes High School. Wonderful volunteers who cared deeply for the three brothers and for other patients who could use their hands and minds to create paintings of what they saw and felt. Wonderful volunteers.

These gentlemen all suffered from Muscular Dystrophy. They had an older brother and two sisters. And they had loving spirits.

It has always been the goal of our Recreation Departments to encourage patients to utilize their talents to their maximum capacities for as long as possible. Bill, Ray and Jerry did just that. They struggled to put paint brushes in their hands. To find the right shades of oils to produce just the right shadows and highlights. But they painted!

Their story was revived recently when our Communities Admissions Director, Cynthia Boyd, was explaining to a prospective resident the many benefits of living in one of our retirement communities — ­­ The Village or The Woodlands. Much to Mrs. Boyd’s surprise, the people produced a painting by Ray. And a story from the News Record published in 1970. In those days, painting classes were held at St. Barnabas Nursing Home by two teachers

The three brothers lived at St. Barnabas for many years. Donations enabled them to live out their days in unique ways. Echoes of their electric wheelchairs resound today in the hallways of St. Barnabas Nursing Home. God bless their souls. God bless, WVD President@StBarnabasHealthSystem.com Muscular Dystrophy is just a challenge to overcome in the eyes of St. Barnabas Recreational Therapy.



Give an Experience that Gives Back Treat someone special to cocktails, dinner and inspiration. Gift wrap a ticket to


Judge Jeanine Pirro

Seating is limited. Tickets range from $295 to $475 Call: 724-625-3770 Visit: StBarnabasCharities.com

with the St. Barnabas Hance Award

April 25, 2019 Pittsburgh Marriott North Cranberry Township 5 pm Reception • 7 pm Award Dinner

Tickets range from $295 – $475 724-625-3770 StBarnabasCharities.com/founders-day


Proceeds benefit the St. Barnabas Free Care Fund

ipes niscing RecR emi



ome for the Holidays guides the creation of Beaver Meadows dinner menus. Featured among Chef Jim Eyerman’s nutritious options are favorite dishes once savored by his diners in their own homes. “Residents really enjoy good memories and eating their favorite recipes again; it gives them a sense of pride,” says the culinary artist who is integral to Beaver Meadows patient care team. Bettina’s Creamy Corn Casserole, Margaret’s Cabbage and Corned Beef and Flossie’s Hot Dog and Potato Casserole receive rave reviews. At this time and throughout the year, St. Barnabas’ traditional holiday meals are served to entire families who gather for fellowship and good food. Grandma-inspired cuisine makes it that much closer to home.



Celebrating the Messiah

“God is able” prophesized an Episcopal layman who founded St. Barnabas Free Home in 1900. He believed that faith and work (the title and mission of this magazine) are requisite to humanitarian service. More than a century later, this Christian ethic carries on as goodwill and God’s will are performed at St. Barnabas every day. Ministry at St. Barnabas extends beyond church walls as Christians worship God and celebrate Christmas.

“Welcome all who are lonely and in need.”

Dr. Richa neighbor

St. Barnabas opens its dining rooms for free holiday dinners.

“We talk, sha pray and comf each othe Hospice spiritual counselor Gary Goerk


“It’s a great day in the kingdom.”

ard A. Morledge with Arbors I rs Dick and Joan Ewart.

are, fort er.”

“A Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.” Father Michael Conway in The Village Chapel Original feature of St. Barnabas Brotherhood’s Mother House



Stirring Up Memories T

he smell of sugar cookies. The ho ho ho of Santa Claus. The sounds of jingling bells and Christmas carols. The visuals of the Nativity scene, snowflakes and tinsel. These sensory stimulants are all part of Virtual Reality (VR) at St. Barnabas. Memory Care patients experience the holidays in cinematic 360 degree 3D imagery thanks to technology company MyndVR which supplies the equipment and the videos. Participants literally immerse themselves in an experience that lifts spirits, spurs cognition and can promote fellowship. The St. Barnabas memory care specialists add to the 3D VR experience with holiday extras that appeal to taste, touch and smell — baked gingerbread, essential oils and fleece blankets. Renowned Pittsburgh neurosurgeon Joseph Maroon incorporates VR into the St. Barnabas Cognitive Brain Health Program.

St. Barnabas patients virtually time travel to holidays past through reminiscence therapy’s 3D surround sound headsets and special sensory effects.



Give Until I t…Hearts!

hristmas is the perfect time for your “gift from the heart”— that pay-it-forward goodwill gesture championed by Nancy Santory, a long-time supporter of St. Barnabas Charities and the latest addition to its board of trustees. This year-end opportunity reduces your taxable income and establishes a legacy guaranteeing impoverished patients free recovery, rehabilitation and residency at St. Barnabas. Charity care ranges from short-term rehabilitation to end-of-life hospice and is anonymously provided throughout skilled nursing, living assistance and independent living. Jack Orseno is one of thousands who seek the expertise of clinicians like Nursing Director Maricris Regino and trust their 24-hour medical care, living assistance and residency will be covered by St. Barnabas Free Care Fund should they need it. Support from the Free Care Fund exceeds $7 million each year.

O: TO D ifts Wrap g cards s a m t is ss Chr e r n d d A donatio d n e ear Send y nabas r a B . to St ies Charit

GIFTS FROM THE HEART WELCOME HERE: • stbarnabashealthsystem.com/charities/donate-now

• St. Barnabas Charities 5850 Meridian Road Gibsonia PA 15044 • Text GIVE to 41444

Raising Spirits…


arry Newcamp fixes things and is quite popular among retirees at The Village. But his smile wins them over. The maint employees to spread cheer and fight holiday blues for residents, patients and customers. Service to others shines bright

Memory Care Specialist, Anna Foust and her three-year-old niece Adalee melt the hearts of Lillian Shrader and her Arbors I friends.


Lauren Neff steps away from managing Communities food and beverage to decorate Christmas trees in resident lobbies.

“Why bother?” becomes “How nice!” as home health aides take clients shopping, address Christmas cards and bake cookies. Maria Netsel brings them a year of snuggly church-member knitted afghans.

tenance technician conspires with 800+ fellow tly among the special people of St. Barnabas! Jingle Bells, Heather Kilgore, certified nursing assistant, and her caroling fill Valencia Woods dining room with music and singing.

‌Is Our Job







iving is receiving when it comes to PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS®, the program bringing outreach right into the homes of elderly men and women. For the 35th year, St. Barnabas matches community members with residents of its nursing and living assistance facilities.

Holiday loneliness and depression give way to joy brought about by the kindness of visiting strangers who become friends throughout the year, celebrating birthdays, holidays and special observances such as Veteran’s Day. They find the experience especially rewarding.

Mark your calendar

for PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS® Friendraising in Allegheny, Beaver and Butler Counties:

Valentines Day Easter Mother’s Day Father’s Day Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur Veterans Day Thanksgiving Hanukkah Christmas Kwanzaa

February 14 April 21 May 12 June 16 September 30 October 9 November 11 November 28 December 22-30 December 25 December 26

FOR VISITS and DONATIONS: • 724-625-3770 • presentsforpatients.com • stbarnabashealthsystem.com/charities/ donate-now



• Text GIVE to 41444 • ssommariva@stbarnabashealthsystem.com • St. Barnabas Charities 5850 Meridian Road Gibsonia, PA 15044

PAWS-itively PURRfect! hen Milo enters the room, faces light up. Smiles grow brighter. Loneliness fades. Agitation is soothed. Spirits are lifted. This four-legged friend and his Therapy Dogs International volunteers animate recreation and rehabilitation at St. Barnabas clinical residences. Pet therapy doubles as a recreational event for most patients, joyfully oblivious that their canine visitors, and cats too, are integral to improving their emotional health and coping skills. Shirley Bochek, 83, of St. Barnabas Nursing

Home relives her past with every hug she gives Milo. The retired forklift operator cherished her West Deer Township home — full and noisy with children, grandchildren and pets, especially during the holidays. “Residents learn, in the company of dogs, to overcome loneliness and fear. They are delightfully entertained by their antics and tricks and are warmed beyond words by their unconditional love and acceptance,” says a volunteer with TDI, whose slogan is “Paws Awhile for Love.”



D edicating your St. Barnabas Donation

Tribute gifts celebrate the lives of loved ones and make a difference in the lives of impoverished patients served by St. Barnabas Free Care Fund. Honorary funds recognize living persons and memorial funds pay tribute to those who have passed away. Both are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law and acknowledged with personal letters to friends, family and honorees. August 31, 2018 – December 3, 2018

Donating In Honor

Personalized gifts honor special people, especially those who positively impact the lives of others. Contributions celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, milestones and accomplishments. Bernie Faull C. Dale Bailey Gloryan, Carter, Blake and Luke Gayle Forsythe

Richard Sieman Shar and Carmen Gigliotti Staff of St. Barnabas Nursing Home Nancy and Rachel Brem

Faye Welsh Dana Welsh

Donating In Memory

Donations to St. Barnabas Free Care Fund establish a legacy of giving and inspire hope for others dealing with loss. Gifts are made in lieu of flowers at funerals and memorial services and as living tributes throughout the years to follow. William R. Baierl Carole A. Baierl Anna and John Ban Helen B. Voit Irene Bartko Bonnie Walker Mary Ruth Beam Greg and Susan Beam Edward Stanley Bierce Carol H. Bierce Ernest and Lois Borthwick Jane and Stephen Story William J. Brown Elaine F. Brown Bud and Dora Dailey Wayne and Linda Dailey Nicholas and Carne Demas Mr. and Mrs. Peter Demas and Family Jack and Marjorie Dershimer Drew M. Dershimer Anthony J. DiCesaro Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Carlisano


Charles W. Duffett Jane Duffett and Family William G. Elliott Valerie Elliott Ruth and Bill Fincke Judy and John Erlen Gertrude and Oliver Forsythe Elaine F. Brown John Frye Marion Frye Rita George Ric George R.I.C.G.C. Irene Grambo Jane and Stephen Story Charles and Edith Haley LuAnn and Nancy Haley Joyce Hapke Dr. Bruce Hapke Mary Henschel Anonymous Jacqueline and Kenneth Bard Richard and Sandra Carroll Gerald R. Deutsch

Mary Henschel (cont’d) Barbara and Brian McKay John and Sharon Moretti Jr. Gerald and Catherine Schweitzer Noel and Marlena Sotirake Donnie Hersh Jr. Donald and Sylvia Hersh David Hertel Barbara Hertel Audrey Hogan Herzer Mark and Carolyn Hogan Sandra J. Nyilas Jay Hewitt Joy Hewitt Pauline Holder Anne Lavelle Alice Hutchinson Michael A. Hutchinson Jane Ifft Paula Norwich Jean Jeffries David and Barbara Bradley

David E. and Ida Mae Jones Walter Jones, Sr. Gertrude Karolyi Susan K. Radage Betty and John Knuth Judy Simeone Robert C. Krause Deborah J. Krause Francis and Catherine Kuhn Jim and Linda Freytag Elizabeth Kulbacki Judy Glas William P. Kusek Al and Karen Matthews Evelyn Kutschbach Susan K. Radage Verna Kvichak John and Audrey Keller Clara M. Kwadrat Carl and Margaret Kwadrat Maurice J. Lechien Deborah Lechien Conrad and Barbara Loehlein Denise and Steve Loehlein

Loved Ones Anonymous Ann Malis Barbara Parshall Grace Martz Patricia L. Gross Paul Brooks Mason Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Blackstone Jr. James McBride Gregory and Margaret Conley Marian T. McCoy Robert McCoy Evelyn Meyers Jeri and Rich Antonino David and Kerry Mikszan Kathleen Mikszan Dolores A. Miller Katherine Battellino Hank Pramov and Family Richard and Marilyn Moeller Jane M. Francioni Edward A. and Catherine Moore Kathleen M. DeMitras Janet Neuhaeusler Henry and Sylvia Neuhaeusler John and Carol Rinker Anna Jane and Herbert Nicholas Suzanna Knott Our Parents Richard and Georgia Holm Our Parents William and Barbara Abbott

Sally and Tuta Pelc Kimberly, Gary and Gregory Pelc Gene Petty Jane Petty James F. Pletcher Jean Pletcher Helen Powers Greg and Susan Beam Luke Provenzano The Provenzano Family William A. Raynor Stephanie and Glen Berns Bill and Jeanne Reed Judith Yuss Ronald A. Reibie Irene M. Reibie Eduardo Rivero Amelia Rivero Ricardo and Constance Rivero Elsie Rosensteele Stewart and Marjorie Ekin Regina Scanlon Kathleen Moran Mary Shirey Jim and Anna Marie Neutrelle Mimi Enders, Carol Pysch, Janine Littlefield and Carol Jahn Lois Sieman Shar and Carmen Gigliotti Richard Sieman Lois and Dick Siess Tom and Sharron Mueller

Fran Sigmund Kim McCombs Rista Simich Doris and Jack Simich Thomas Sliwiak Rose Mary Sliwiak Linda J. Stainton Charles M. Stainton Albert Starace Jane and Stephen Story Eileen Starr H. Paul Starr Jr. Louis and Mercedes Stern Kathy (Stern) Juddo and Mike Juddo Wally Strabel Clarence and Marlene Strabel Laurence Streff Toni Urbanowicz Katie Swaney Mary Patricia Swaney Angeline Tallerico Cynthia Tallerico Shirley Tessier Tracy Miller John and Virginia Tomichek Eileen M. Cleary Lorrie Tulley Michael J. Tulley Jr. Coletta Tyman Paul and Kyle Becker Deborah J. Krause


Mary and Ralph Venturino Rita Venturino Frances Verbanic David and Andrea Badway Richard and Helen Barfield Dan and Helen Bush Sr. David Bush Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Bush Joseph C. Feola Brian and Pamela Grainer Paul and Jonathan D’Ari and Marcy Magid Marilyn McManus The Oliveri’s Betty Pappas Mr. and Mrs. John Verbanic, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagner William L. Wagner Judy, Penny and Bill Wagner Don L. Weichel Lois H. Weichel Dorothy Wharrey Anonymous Ruth and Howard Wiltman Patti and Dave Chew William C. L. Wu Louise Wu and Family Zillweger and Jones Families Bill and Betty Jones

January 1, 2018 — December 3, 2018

From the coins tossed to its founder in the early 1900s to today’s online giving, support to St. Barnabas Free Care Fund continues in many forms, all vital to impoverished patients who seek medicine, wellness and rehabilitation. Your donations and sponsorships boost St. Barnabas’ ability to remain the refuge for many turned away by other facilities. God bless you! Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149

Gouverneur P. Hance League Anonymous Armstrong Arnett Carbis Toothman LLP Balfurd Linen Service

Bayer HealthCare C.U.E. Inc. CHS Alera Group Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc. CooksonPeirce Wealth Management Covestro LLC DeForest Koscelnik Yokitis & Berardinelli Diamond Pharmacy Inc. Dollar Bank Express Scripts Inc. Fiducia Group LLC Fort Pitt Capital Group Geyer Construction & Development Company

J V Electronics Michael Lazzara Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl LLC Margaret McCartan MMC Land Management MobileCause Inc.

Dr. Richard A. Morledge Nationwide Life Insurance Company NET Xperts LLC Paracca Interiors Flooring America PCA‑Mission Pharmacy Presque Isle Downs Inc.

Employee Hoppy Award & Ten, Twenty and Twenty-Five Year Clubs SPONSORS




Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149 Gouverneur Hance League (cont’d) First National Bank

Frank B. Fuhrer Wholesale Co. Gibson Capital LLC Purvis Brothers Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Giobbi Sarver Landscape Maintenance Co. James Harbison Simpson & McCrady Hines Ward’s Tavern 86 The Pittsburgh Foundation Intalere TRIB Total Media LLC Jackie Jacobson TriState Capital Bank ‑ Pittsburgh Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaminsky UPMC Health Plan Kosakowski Wallcovering WPXI‑TV Kress Restoration Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kwadrat James Lauteri Vince Locher Vaughn Martin McCarl’s Services Inc. McKesson Medical Surgical Medline Industries Inc. Northern Connection Magazine Paper Products Co. Inc. President's Club Parks Moving & Storage Inc. Pittsburgh Technology Council ABC Glass & Mirror LLC Premium Brokerage Service AMCOM Office Systems R.I.C.G.C. AVI Food Systems Reed & Witting Co. Wade Baker Reinhart Foodservice Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bendel RiversEdge Advanced Retirement Blueprint Financial Partners LLC Solutions LLC Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bush Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Roddey Dr. and Mrs. Larry Campoli Rudolph Auto Repair CBRE Schellhaas Funeral Home & Antoine Chammas Cremation Services Ltd. Clearview Federal Credit Union Schindler Elevator Corp. Comcast Spotlight Shorebridge Wealth Management Consolidated Communications Sittig Cortese LLC Costa Painting LLC Mr. and Mrs. David Smith Cowden Associates Smullin Asphalt and Concrete Creese Smith & Co. LLC Mary Soukup Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Day Mark Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. William V. Day Tires for Less Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dennis Tom Henry Chevrolet Eber & Associates Dr. Jack Tomayko Efficient Energy Solutions TRIB Total Media Elk Air Conditioning & Heating Tucker Arensberg P.C. Emma Jane Slater Trust Turner Dairy Farms Inc. Drs. Jonathon and Judith Erlen Mr. and Mrs. John Verbanic Jr. Fayette Parts Service Inc. (NAPA) Vision Benefits of America Federal Home Loan Bank Wal‑Mart Giving of Pittsburgh

St. Barnabas Charities Ladies’ Day Out SPONSORS


Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wilden Belinda D. Wilker Willard M. Lewis Co.

Supporter's Club Adler & Sons Tree Service Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Anania Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrus Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. James A. Armour Greg Barchetti Ryan Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Brooks M. Bartlett Jim Bartoszewicz

Alan Groover Michael Hancox Harry Hilewitz Margaret Horton J. C. Ehrlich Co. Inc. Shelly Jenkins Richard Lewis Minuteman Press ‑ Allison Park Barbara Moeller Greg Nelis Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Norton Dr. and Mrs. Santosh Pandit Pittsburgh Marriott North Marcie Popek Provident Agency Inc. Robert F. Ranallo Jr. Mr. and Ms. Richard Ribarevski RJW Media Diane S. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rossman Marc Sachs Annmarie Sandor Mr. and Mrs. David M. Santory Kristina Scott Sons of American Legion

Founder’s Day 2018 SPONSORS ◆

Beautiful Buys Thrift Shoppe Beaver Meadows at St. Barnabas Paul Benedum Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Blackstone Jr. Nick Blicha James Blurton Mr. and Mrs. H. Gary Bogart Jeff Bost Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brem Michael P. Callahan Richard Casale Debra Cochran Terri Coppler Dave Sutter Auto Body David W. Tyree P.C. Attorneys at Law Heather Fennell Melanie Fuellgraf Michael Garczynski Glass Box Group LLC NET Xperts LLC Michael Green

Sound Ideas Media LLC St. Barnabas Nursing Home Sunfresh Food Service Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kim Tabacchi The Arbors at St. Barnabas Gibsonia Campus The Arbors at St. Barnabas Valencia Woods Campus The Arbors III at St. Barnabas The Village at St. Barnabas The Washington Place at St. Barnabas The Woodlands at St. Barnabas Mr. and Mrs. James D. Turco UPMC Center for Rehab Services Up‑N‑Running Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas Vitti & Vitti Associates P.C. Weaver Master Builders Inc. Paul Welty Jim Wojciak


Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149

Founder's Club A to Z Communications Anonymous C. Dale Bailey Donald L. Balla Jr. Jon Barr Keith Belden Paul E. Block Angela L. Borgo Judith Boyle Jane Brandenstein Janet Brody Vince Burens Barbara Burford David Bush Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bush Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Bush Marjorie Cain Caldwell’s Windoware Inc. David Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Waiman Cheung

Club Julian 24 Hour Fitness Conley Resort & Golf Club Coraopolis Light Metal Inc. Janet Crayton Robert Crnjarich Crop Production Services Mr. and Mrs. Marc Cummings David Cyphers Jeffrey Dandridge Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. DeForest Stephanie Deible Mr. and Mrs. Peter Demas and Family Diamond at Lowe’s Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dille Mr. and Mrs. Jay DiNucci Mike Donohue Eber & Associates Inc. Ron Eggert Jeremy Erkel Mr. and Mrs. Karl Feitl Ford of Uniontown Mr. and Mrs. William Franz George A. Pegher Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geyer Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Giles Steven R. Glenn Gary Goerk Sr. Keith Goldner H. P. Starr Lumber Co. LLC Jeffrey K. Haus

St. Barnabas Charities Golf Open June 2018 SPONSORS








Daniel S. Henderson James Hendricks Bryan Hinds HM Design Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hobaugh John Hoffman Pamela Horne Kimberly R. Horton Jocelyn Howard Nancy A. Huckestein James R. Hune J & J Fire Protection Company Inc. Lori James Jewels, Bags & More...The Traveling Boutique Jerome F. Jocuns Janet Johnson‑Cunningham Etiffany Jones Mr. and Mrs. John Keller Kellie Kelly Charley Kennedy Michon M. Kerlin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kessler Sally Kinney Lois Klinar Harry Klucher Suzanna Knott Marcia Kondrich Donald T. Kopelic Kathy Kosty Kramer Fiduciary Services Jennifer Kranik Deborah Krause Jeff Kreutzer Nancy Kuhns Ryan Lamberger Gregory Larkin Maureen A. Larkin Bonnie L. Lehman Leonard Crawford Heating & AC Maria Mager Mike Makepeace Margaret Martin Master Machine & Manufacturing Inc. Glenn McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. William McIlroy Julia McKenry Janice L. McKinney Vicky L. McKinney Marilyn McManus John McMurtry Memorial Hospital Inc. Chris Messick Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Metzger Bill Moldovan Carol Monk Owen Mulvaney My Shoe Girl Anne W. Nelson Marla Nestel

Nuttall Golf Cars Inc. Rosanne Nwranski O’Brien, Rulis & Bochicchio LLC Owen & Conley LLC John R. Owen III Susan L. Owens Ellen Pandolfo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pasko Dalila Patker Daryl Patten Craig Patterson Paytime Inc. Joan Peterson Jeffrey J. Petrell Brooke Phipps Colleen Pietrusinski PINNACLE Financial Strategies Marion Piotrowski Planet Mart Jean Pletcher Tim Powers PPG Industries Foundation Print King R. L. Swearer Co. Inc. Robin Rarie Maricris Regino David Ritenour Jacqueline Rizzo Ronco Communications Robert Rossi Stephanie Rubino Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Rudolph Helen Sarver Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sauers Matt Schellhaas Scherer Lock & Supply Katherine Schneider Jean Sforza Sherwin Williams Linnea Shields Jeremy Small Winfield S. Smathers Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Smith Michele R. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sommariva Southwest Subway Inc. Barbara Spithaler St. Barnabas Medical Center Joelle Steiner Diane Stevens Dr. Jason Strcula and Dr. Juliette Murcko Joseph Stromei Dolores Strunk Suncrest Golf Course Martha Taylor The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Dental Group at St. Barnabas The Hite Company




Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149

Founder's Club (cont’d) The Hodges Rash Company Inc. Debbie Thompson Jakesha Thompson


Nancy J. Broadhurst Lupton Elaine Brown Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Akilah Buggs Carol Buttignol

St. Barnabas Charities Fall Classic September 2018 SPONSORS



Victoria Tzenkoulovska Gloria Uhlig United Methodist Women Oakland United Methodist Church Vogel Disposal Service Rev. and Mrs. Richard Vogeley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagner Jeannette L. Weleski Lou Ann White Bill Whitney Joe Williams Lynn Winters Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wisniewski Wright Business Systems Inc. Kimberly K. Yackovich Jeff Y. Yannuzzi Michael Zamagias

Century Club Odizie Ajike Anonymous Carole A. Baierl Elizabeth Barry Bayer USA Foundation Paul Becker Elizabeth A. Berkely Carol H. Bierce Anne M. Blake Glenn Bohn Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bramson Kathleen Brenneman


Brendan Cannon Dr. Coleen Carignan and Dr. Michael Farrell Community Management Group Inc. Joseph Decker Michael Donahue John C. Downey Patrick Doyle John Drugmand E. H. Griffith Inc. Kara Fischer Fred Geldmaker III Sharlene Gigliotti Judy Glas Jeanine Gravatt Dr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Greenspan Nicole Haberman Tanika Hassan Bill Hayes Pearl Hazen Donna Herrle David Hill Robert Hodder Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Hogan Richard and Georgia Holm David Holzworth Michael A. Hutchinson April Iman Clairice Imhof Deborah A. Jankowski Marie Johnson Reginald Jones Karen Juliano Joyce Kirkbride Kimberly Kisner John Klein Kop‑Coat Inc. Karen Kornish Glenn H. Krause Elizabeth Kruger Mr. and Mrs. Mel Liebowitz

Kellie Loeding Steven Loehlein Darlene Martino Richard Mayer Mr. and Mrs. William McBride Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McCartney Rita McClaine Christopher P. McClure Robert McCoy Kelly McGill Mr. and Mrs. Brian McKay Annamary McMullen Lorna Lou McRoberts Jolene Miller Jane Mobley Roger Moline Loraine Murphey Rebecca Murphy Michele Mushinsky Mr. and Mrs. William Needy Elizabeth Norris Sandra J. Nyilas


Kelley Owen Irene Payne John Petrancosta Sarah Phillips Gary A. Piehler Michael Pope Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church Mr. and Mrs. Mark Provenzano Mark Quigley Chris Radi Marjorie Rogers Joan Sakai Pete Salvano Maria L. Sarti Donna Bailey Sauers Lucille Schofield Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schweitzer Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seamens Jeff and Sara Sears Margaret Slye Albert Smith

Margot E. Kreutzer Nancy Kuhns Paula Lesney Margaret Martin Christopher P. McClure Vicky L. McKinney Sandra J. Nyilas Susan L. Owens Rebecca Papurello Mr. and Mrs. James C. Roddey Kathy Sauers Shelli L. Sommariva Barbara E. Spithaler Karen Tabacchi Martha Taylor James D. Turco Linda VanDyke Jackie Weigand Alyssa Wilden and Kyle Encinas Dayne Wilden Scott Wilden Valerie and Greg Wilden

Nancy and Ralph Brem Michael Brooks Craig Clawson Robert Cooper Janet Crayton Elizabeth, Douglas and Roman Day Loraine C. Day Amy Deschamps Kathy Digiacomo Mr. and Mrs. William Franz Kathryn V. Hartman Connie Hassler Kurt Henzler Destiny Holt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood Margaret Horton Leslie Jacob Joyce Kirkbride Established in 2018, the God Bless Fund Heather Kisow commemorates William V. Day and his 50th year presiding over St. Barnabas Health System. Reflecting his signature “God bless, WVD” in this publication and in his correspondence, the fund is a legacy of charity for generations to come.


Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149 ◆

Genelle Smith Shawn Spithaler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Story William Straub Julie Sturges Gary Tabas The Bank of America Charitable Foundation Inc. The Timken Corporation Jeannine Tupper

Linda VanDyke Marsha Varavette Cornelius Veenis Judith Wagner Bonnie Walker Marie Walls Gwenn C. Whiteford Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wolf James Yannuzzi Mr. and Mrs. John A. Yokim

St. Barnabas Charities Free Care 5K SPONSORS


FUEL THE FREE CARE FUND Pump Up Charity Care at These St. Barnabas Fundraising Generators




Free Care Given to St. Barnabas Patients: 2018

Shop. Dine. Golf. Give. Amazon Smile Charitable Golf Tournament Conley Resort & Golf Fall Golf Classic Founder’s Day Celebration Free Care 5K Furniture at the Firehouse General Store Gentleman Jim’s Kean Theatre Knickers Tavern Ladies’ Day Out Rudolph Auto Repair Suncrest Golf Course Suncrest Grille Tusca Fuel and Shopping Plaza


PAID St. Barnabas Health System 5850 Meridian Road Gibsonia, PA 15044


StBarnabasHealthSystem.com St. Barnabas Charities’ Mission

The St. Barnabas Charities’ mission is to help to provide new resources to St. Barnabas Nursing Home, Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas, The Arbors at St. Barnabas and St. Barnabas Communities. The Charities exists to enable St. Barnabas to better respond to the health needs of the western Pennsylvania community. The Charities’ resources help provide the finest personnel and latest technology to the community to promote a better quality of life. The Charities is accountable to those who support its activities and reports regularly to these constituencies. Through the efforts of the Charities, St. Barnabas is able to realize its full potential to serve society.

Happy Holidays to our Friends: May your holidays sparkle and shine. May you be filled with wonder. Be touched by peace. Believe in miracles. We hope this holiday brings you many reasons to smile. May the holiday refresh your spirit and bring you new inspiration. Thank you for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! St. Barnabas Health System

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St. Barnabas - Faith & Work Magazine - Winter 2018  

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