Celebrating Southeast Georgia Health System Volunteers

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Southeast Georgia Health System honored all of its volunteers at a special National Volunteer Week Luncheon on Monday, April 7, at the Jekyll Island Convention Center. The theme for the celebration was "Volunteers … Images of Caring."

Honored were members of the Brunswick and Camden Campus Auxiliaries, Volunteens, First Steps Program volunteers, Therapy Dogs International volunteers, members of the Ministerial Alliance, Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP) volunteers, and members of: the Glynn-Brunswick Memorial Hospital Authority, Camden Campus Advisory, Cooperative Healthcare Services, Inc., and the Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation, Inc.

According to Kristin Doll, director of Volunteer Services, 334 volunteers from the Brunswick Campus Auxiliary and 91 volunteers from the Camden Campus Auxiliary contributed hours during the past year.

"From March 1, 2013 to Feb. 28, 2014, our Brunswick Campus Auxiliary members performed 32,193 hours of service to the Health System," Doll says. "And according to the Independent Sector, the leading authority in calculating the value of volunteer hours, those hours translate into a dollar value of $716,294. From March 1, 2013, to Feb. 28, 2014, Camden Campus Auxiliary members performed 12,990 hours of service, translating into a dollar value of $289,027. Their dedicated, loyal service helps our organization accomplish our goals and inspires us all to do great things."

During the awards ceremony, Enoch Prow was named Brunswick Campus Auxiliary Volunteer of the Year and Willie Williams was named Camden Campus Auxiliary Volunteer of the Year.


Auxiliary volunteers were presented service pins in recognition of the number of hours they volunteered over the past year. They include:

• 300 Hours-Brunswick

Michael Bailey

Tricia Boatright

Ruby Brannen

Tom Bullock

Janet Burchfield

Donnell Camp

MaryLynne Cochran

Billie Croft

Rosemary Fallstrom

Robert Gaither

Larry Greene

Judy Hall

Billie Jean Harris

Ertice Johnson

Larry Johnson

Tom Klemer

Eileen Ligay

Joelle Marcel

Rheba Mathis

Bettye McGuire

Francene Roberson

Mildred Rogers

Barbara Sherman

Barbara A. Smith

Melanie Spivey

RubyNell Williams

 

• 400 Hours-Brunswick

Gayle Carpenter

Norma Cherry

Madge Comer

Patti Crandall

Jean Farrant

Linda Greene

Carol Johnson

Dorothy Kastroll

Ellen Prazenica

Ed Storch

Lea Taylor

Darryl Toler

Joyce Toler

Katalin Vickers

Ed Wallen

Connie White

Flora Youmans

• 500 Hours-Brunswick

Peggy Fipps

Christell Harris

Bob Hayes

Frankie Murphy

Jonell Thompson

 

• 600 Hours-Brunswick

George Hardee

Connie Johnson

Joy Scott

James Walker

• 700 Hours-Brunswick

Marion Clark

Yvonne Horton


• 900 Hours-Brunswick

Charles Chosewood

Sharon Schilling

• 1100 Hours-Brunswick

Enoch Prow

• 1300 Hours-Brunswick

James Strickland

• 300 Hours-Camden
Deana Belcher

Janet Besley

Nadine Black

Josephine Demmond

Geri Hart

Emilia Hubbart

Roger Lively

Teri Peters

Georgia Stilson


• 400 Hours-Camden

Barbara Hall

Pat Hazouri

Carolyn Kacedon

Madeleine Knight

Zernie Knight

Marilyn Masson

Linda McInerney

Willie Williams

Kathleen Worthing


• 500 Hours-Camden

Linda McCrossin


•1000 Hours-Camden

Carolyn Justice

 

More than 400 volunteers currently enjoy sharing their time and talents to assist patients, visitors, and team members at the Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick and Camden campuses, as well as the Senior Care Centers in Brunswick and St. Marys. To find out more about volunteer opportunities, contact Kristin Doll at 912-466-1071 or visit sghs.org.