Dosher salutes Volunteers for service to patients, visitors
The hospital recognized more than 75 volunteers for yearly or lifetime milestones at an annual luncheon in April. The five who volunteered the most hours in 2017 were (at right) Ann Hollingsworth, 809 hours, Pat Genovese, 808, Barbara Farley, 737, Terri Curson, 502, and Mary Baldwin, 491. Volunteers donated 26,419 hours last year, or the equivalent of 12.7 full-time employees.
Total value of sales at the Flea Market and hospital gift shop, and donated time by Dosher Volunteers in 2017 surpassed $519,000.
At the Volunteer tribute event, Dosher also recognized Curson and Peg Blair for reaching the 4,000-hour mark in volunteer time over the years. At year end, Curson's time donated at the hospital stood at 4,182 hours; Blair's at 4,117.
Hospital Board Chair Sherri Marshall poses with Curson and Blair.
The Dosher Volunteers is an independent group of women and men formed in 1972. Read more about it at www.Dosher.org/Volunteers.