Supporting Tyrone Hospital

Courtesy photos The Women’s Club of Tyrone donated $20,000 to the Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation. The donation was made to support women’s health services at Tyrone Hospital. The club raised the funds via its annual 200 Club Raffle Event/Silent Auction held last spring. Club members are pictured with Tyrone Regional Health Network leaders. They are (from left): Kristin Barrett (club president), Sue Griep, Nancy Updyke, Tammy Emigh, Chris Gurekovich, Diane Irwin, Ann Searer, Kari Neil (club vice president), Fran Bigelow (club corresponding secretary), Rose Black (club treasurer), Rosemary Jorden Best (director, Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation) and Joseph J. Peluso (CEO, Tyrone Regional Health Network). Club members not present for the photo are Judy Norris (raffle chairwoman), Brenda Bartos, Jennifer Getgen, Wendy Grot, Tanya Harpster, Danielle Harris, Mim Holtz, Heidi Howard, Jan Lawrence, Kelly Stine (club recording secretary), Mary Walker and Sarah Wilson.
The Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary donated a BOSS VBX 8000 salt spreader to the maintenance department at Tyrone Hospital. The new spreader will reduce cost and also create greater efficiency in treating the parking lots on the Tyrone Regional Health Network campus. Auxiliary representatives are pictured with employees from the hospital’s maintenance department. Shown are (from left): front row — Doug Trexler and Adam Hughes of the maintenance department; back row — Tim Davis (director, facilities and engineering), Don Hollen of maintenance, Dennis Myers (maintenance supervisor) and Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary representatives Jane Ashcroft, Carolyn Cushion, Rosalie Waring and Charlene Hand.
Employees at the Moshan-non Valley Correctional Center donated teddy bears to Tyrone Hospital to support pediatric patients. Shown are (from left): Pam Coder, a nurse in the emergency department; Joseph J. Peluso, CEO Tyrone Regional Health Network/ Tyrone Hospital; Edward G. Kushtos, human resource specialist at MVCC; Vicky Shaw, emergency department charge nurse; and Don Nardelli, a nurse in the emergency department.

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The Women’s Club of Tyrone donated $20,000 to the Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation. The donation was made to support women’s health services at Tyrone Hospital. The club raised the funds via its annual 200 Club Raffle Event/Silent Auction held last spring. Club members are pictured with Tyrone Regional Health Network leaders. They are (from left): Kristin Barrett (club president), Sue Griep, Nancy Updyke, Tammy Emigh, Chris Gurekovich, Diane Irwin, Ann Searer, Kari Neil (club vice president), Fran Bigelow (club corresponding secretary), Rose Black (club treasurer), Rosemary Jorden Best (director, Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation) and Joseph J. Peluso (CEO, Tyrone Regional Health Network). Club members not present for the photo are Judy Norris (raffle chairwoman), Brenda Bartos, Jennifer Getgen, Wendy Grot, Tanya Harpster, Danielle Harris, Mim Holtz, Heidi Howard, Jan Lawrence, Kelly Stine (club recording secretary), Mary Walker and Sarah Wilson.

The Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary donated a BOSS VBX 8000 salt spreader to the maintenance department at Tyrone Hospital. The new spreader will reduce cost and also create greater efficiency in treating the parking lots on the Tyrone Regional Health Network campus. Auxiliary representatives are pictured with employees from the hospital’s maintenance department. Shown are (from left): front row — Doug Trexler and Adam Hughes of the maintenance department; back row — Tim Davis (director, facilities and engineering), Don Hollen of maintenance, Dennis Myers (maintenance supervisor) and Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary representatives Jane Ashcroft, Carolyn Cushion, Rosalie Waring and Charlene Hand.

Employees at the Moshan-non Valley Correctional Center donated teddy bears to Tyrone Hospital to support pediatric patients. Shown are (from left): Pam Coder, a nurse in the emergency department; Joseph J. Peluso, CEO Tyrone Regional Health Network/

Tyrone Hospital; Edward G. Kushtos, human resource specialist at MVCC; Vicky Shaw, emergency department charge nurse; and Don Nardelli, a nurse in the emergency department.

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