Nunnally House Groundbreaking

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Hugh Nunnally joined members of Southeast Georgia Health System, Thomas Construction Group and WMA Architects on Tuesday, Oct. 16, for a groundbreaking to commemorate construction of the Nunnally House. Construction is expected to be complete spring 2014.
 
The Nunnally House is just one more remarkable philanthropic gift legacy made possible by Hugh Nunnally and his family. Located adjacent to the Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick Campus, the Nunnally House plans include a one-story residential building with three “neighborhoods”: a wing for cancer patients, and their family members, who must travel significant distances to receive treatment; a wing for critical patients’ family members who travel from out of town; and a wing for medical students and on-call team members.
 
Pictured from left to right are:
Jerry Victorian, project architect, WMA Architects
Bradley Brigman, principal, WMA Architects
Marjorie Mathieu, vice president, Southeast Georgia Health System
Gary R. Colberg, FACHE, president & CEO, Southeast Georgia Health System
Hugh Nunnally, donor
Jim Bishop, board chair, Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation
Krista Robitz, director, Development, Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation
Patrick McGahagan, Matrix Healthcare Services
Vince Tryer, group vice president, Thomas Construction Group
Jim Tucker, senior project manager, Thomas Construction Group