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Auxiliary earns awards honoring 125,550 hours of combined service PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 April 2011 16:04

Southwest Medical Center Auxiliary members were honored for their hours of service in 2010 during a reception on February 23. This year’s honorees and their awards were: 50 hour pins- Marilyn Thompson, Nancy Kletecka, Susan Zielke, Karen Lehnert, Stan Lehnert, Lilla Hagaman, Tracey Nix, Kelsi Oyler, Barbara Perkins, Myrtle Trogden and Leona Cohenour; 100 hours – Lila Hagaman, Barbara Perkins, Sherill Lambert, Hobba Masoner, Shawna Padilla and Schenena Porter; 200 hours – Marilyn Thompson, Nancy Kletecka, Debra Brock, Vera Browne, Cathy Corn, and Barbara Wellman; 300 hours – Wilma Jean Johnson, Lin Moore and Bob Oblander; 400 hours – Leona Scantlin, Jan Toot and Lila Thayer; 500 hours – Althea Hamblin; 600 hour bars – Velma Colter and Jonice Oblander; 900 hours – John Malin;  1,100 hours – Avanell Mitchell; 1,200 hours – Susan Chain, Alice Hill and Ray Tweed; 1300 hours – Donna Brinkley and Glenna Myrick; 1,400 hours – Ola Howie; 1,500 hours- Aneta Compton, Myrtle Eisenhauer and Mary Ellen Tweed; 1,800 hours – Zola Kessler; 1,900 hours – Janice Kilgore and Saundra Koochel; 2,000 hours – Sharon Garcia; 2,200 hours – Marilyn Marchel and Jane Nix; 2,600 hours- Virginia Helsel and Gayl Marcellus; 2,800 hours – Betty Toot; 3,000 hours – Georgia Taylor; 3,600 hours- Bennie Bing; 5,600 hours – Ana Widener; 5,800 hours – Helen Wilburs; 7,300 hours – Rosalie Phillips; 8,000 hours – Leigh Ann Curtis; 20,000 hours – Marylin Headrick;  and 32,000 hours – Kay Hay. The Auxiliary puts in countless hours each year in order to raise funds to purchase much needed medical equipment and other items for the hospital. From the infant security system to recliners in the patient rooms – they are there for staff, visitors and patients. Courtesy photo

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