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Published by Orlando Health, 2019-09-04 11:35:30

Fall 2019 - Inspire

Fall 2019 - Inspire

Fall ‛19

COMMUNITY • CARE • GENEROSITY

SUPPORTING
TRAUMA CARE WITH

A $500,000 GIFT

DEAR FRIENDS, 3

I am pleased to announce that recently, the team at The Lewis Family Cancer Fund:
The Marjorie and Leonard Williams Center for Proton Giving for Research and Diagnosis
Therapy reached a major milestone with its 500th
patient, Juan Campos, a resident of Kissimmee. 4-5
The Center for Proton Therapy opened in April of 2016,
providing patients a valuable new tool in the fight against Children’s Miracle Network
cancer and the name has a special meaning. Marjorie Hospitals Campaign Highlights
Williams, a patient at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer
Center passed away in September of 2015 following a 5
long and courageous battle with cancer.
Soon after, her husband, Leonard, made a very generous Serving Kids at Orlando Health
leadership gift to support proton therapy treatment here Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
at Orlando Health. With just three centers in the state
of Florida, this gift helped us bring a cutting-edge new 6-7
treatment that is not offered many other places – we are
still the only hospital offering it here in Central Florida. Proton Therapy Helps Young Patient
Since its opening, the team has seen patients from all Fight Brain Tumor
over Florida and as far as the Middle East, Canada and
Asia. In this issue, I am honored to introduce you to 8-9
Rachel Robbins, a young nursing student from a small
town in Alabama who recently celebrated the end of her The Martin Andersen-Gracia
treatment at the Center for Proton Therapy. Rachel is Andersen Foundation Supports
already back in school and training for a marathon. She Trauma Care with a $500,000 Gift
is truly an inspiration and I know you will enjoy reading
her story. 10-11
Sincerely,
Why the Clinger-Brewster’s
John W. Bozard, President, Walk For Winnie
Orlando Health Foundation
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Celebrating 30 Years of Caring
for Kids

13

Upcoming Events/Event Recap

14

Tribute Gifts

event and tournament, which Fuzzy has committed to
sponsoring each year.

Sadly, Geoff lost his battle to cancer in 2015, but the
fund he co-founded is still going strong in his memory.
This year marked the 10th anniversary for the Annual
Swing for the Cure golf tournament, and thinking back
Josh shares, “Our primary goal was to have a positive
impact on pediatric cancer. It remains my future hope
that children fighting cancer at Orlando Health Arnold
Palmer Hospital for Children will continue to receive the
very best treatment, care, and cutting-edge research with
the help of the Lewis Family Cancer Fund.”

Josh Lewis and his father, Bill in front of Geoff with Mr. Palmer at one of the
a treatment room at the Haley Center. early golf tournaments.

THE LEWIS FAMILY In total, the fund has granted more
CANCER FUND: GIVING than $80,000 to Orlando Health
FOR RESEARCH AND Arnold Palmer and named two of the
DIAGNOSIS treatment rooms at the Haley Center for
Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders.
In 2009, just a little over two years into Geoff Lewis’
fight against stage IV colon cancer, he and his brother DO YOU HAVE A DONOR ADVISED
Josh established a Donor Advised Fund as a way to give FUND?
back to others fighting their own battle against cancer.
While the brothers brainstormed ways in which they As an approved 501c3 organization, the Orlando Health
could increase their charitable giving, they felt a golf Foundation can be selected to receive grants from your
tournament would be a perfect fit. Donor Advised Fund at any time throughout the year.
You may also wish to designate the Orlando Health
THE START OF A FRIENDSHIP AND A Foundation as a beneficiary on your fund, which would
GOLF TOURNAMENT help impact the future of medicine in Central Florida
and our commitment to always provide the highest level
Their love of golf began back in 1987, when Geoff and of care to the patients and families we serve.
Josh’s dad took them to a pro-am tournament formerly
on the PGA tour. It was there they met their favorite Please consult the terms of your fund for details and
PGA golfer, Fuzzy Zoeller, who learned that the boys contact the Office of Planned Giving at (321) 843-
had recently lost their mother to cancer. “Fuzzy took us 9844 for more information on how a Donor Advised
inside the ropes,” Josh said, “and I never saw anyone else Fund can help.
walk beside the pros at that tournament, except for their
caddy.” This meeting established a long-term friendship
that became the foundation for their annual fundraising

—3— OrlandoHealthFoundation.com

CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS

MiracleFKriedesPWanilcliaakme D&aPyaattriIcHkOcePlebrate IHOP FLIPS IT FORWARD

IHOP seeks to improve the quality of life in each of the communities where
they do business. Since their partnership with Children’s Miracle Network
Hospitals began in 2006, team members of IHOP have lived up to this value
time and time again – from their annual fundraising initiatives, to every
pancake party they host for our patients, families and even team members.
Earlier this year, IHOP restaurants in our community rallied together,
raising more than $241,000! Their latest fundraising campaign also marks
an incredible milestone in our partnership together – more than $2 Million
raised in the past 13 years for CMN Hospitals in Central Florida. We are
thrilled to announce IHOP will host a second fundraising campaign this
October, committed to do even more for the kids.

ThetLhuegdoasy, aatgCraotsetfcuol hpaeltpieinngt fraamiseilyf,usnpdesnd COSTCO COMMITS FOR THE KIDS

Costco Warehouses across the nation rallied together in May to make
miracles possible for their local CMN hospital. This year was no
exception for the Central Florida warehouses who support Orlando Health
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. By asking members at the registers
for donations, hosting employee potlucks, and energizing the team by
celebrating every donation Costco Warehouses in Central Florida raised
more than $126,000 for Orlando Health Arnold Palmer.

22 YEARS OF CARING

On just about any day in Central Florida, you can find a group of golfers
hitting the green for a local charity or special cause. But what was unique
about the tournament held this past May by Marriott Vacations Worldwide
was both the event’s history as well as its vision for the future. Now in
its 22nd year, golfers and sponsors came together for the annual Caring
Classic to raise $250,000 for Orlando Health Arnold Palmer, bringing the
cumulative total dollars raised since the tournament’s inception in 1997 to
MararfiocohltleotcwVkaintcogaOttihorenla2sn2WdnoodrHaldenwanliutdhaelApCrrnaorouildndlgyPCpalrlamesseseirncts nearly $3 million. Marriott Vacations Worldwide has committed to donating
$1.5 million to benefit the Fetal Surgery Program, part of the Leon Pediatric
Neuroscience Center of Excellence at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer, and
this tournament is helping them achieve their goal of ensuring every child
has the chance to receive world-class care right here in Orlando.

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WALMART & SAM’S CLUB HELP KIDS LIVE BETTER

Adrsessosciinagteusppaunt dthmdeofaunknaintiignonn‘fsouinse’dtroaicseinlegbrbayte Walmart and Sam’s Club associates, customers and members in Central
Florida put their money where the miracles are during the annual CMN
Hospitals fundraising campaign. In just 28 days this summer, donations
poured in through in-store fundraising activities and by asking for donations
at the register. More than $390,000 was raised, and the associates are still
dedicated to making a difference for our pediatric patients. Special events and
initiatives held at Walmart & Sam’s Club locations throughout the remainder
of the year will continue to support Orlando Health Arnold Palmer to help
kids live better.

PfuunbdlisxaaAnssdronacoiwladaterPseandlemesdseircfoatrtheiOds rstluiammnedmotoeHrraeaisleth 12 DAYS OF MIRACLES AT PUBLIX

Dedication to serving and improving the lives of others is at the heart of
everything Publix does. Publix recently wrapped up its 28th annual CMN
Hospitals fundraising campaign, raising more than $261,000 for Orlando
Health Arnold Palmer. From June 19-30, Publix associates sold CMN
Hospitals’ coupons at the register in 134 stores across Central Florida,
providing miracles for the kids and added value for customers shopping this
summer. Since 1992, Publix associates and customers have raised over $52
million dollars across the Southeast, of which nearly $5 million has been
raised right here in our community.

SERVING KIDS AT 287 items from people as far away as China. He then
ORLANDO HEALTH organized a packing party to help transport everything
ARNOLD PALMER to the child life team at the hospital.
Lex organized his friends
When James Hoskin and Lex Mackey decided they and family to make
wanted to achieve Eagle Scout, the highest rank blankets for patients. It
attainable in the Boy Scouts of America, they decided was the generosity of the
their service projects would support patients and their staff and the blankets he
families at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for and his family received
Children. when he was at Orlando
Health Arnold Palmer for
James collected toys, books chest surgery that gave him the idea. He also wanted
and games to help the kids to help families struggling through a tough time as he
treated at Orlando Health remembers how hard it was when his family lost his little
Arnold Palmer have a brother who was in the NICU at a hospital in California
little fun during a trying for five months and passed shortly after he arrived home.
time. He set up a registry An Eagle Scout must demonstrate Scout Spirit, an ideal
at Target and solicited attitude based upon the Scout Oath and Law, service and
items and money from family, friends and his fellow leadership. This includes an extensive service project that
churchgoers. In just over two weeks, James collected the Scout plans, organizes, leads and manages.

—5— OrlandoHealthFoundation.com

PROTON R achel Robbins was only 27-years-old when she
received the devastating diagnosis of Stage IV
THERAPY Glioblastoma, a very aggressive type of cancerous
brain tumor. The nursing student from the small town
HELPS YOUNG of Eufaula, Alabama, had the lime-sized tumor removed
PATIENT FIGHT to relieve pressure in her brain but was told that her
BRAIN TUMOR treatment options going forward were very limited,
would be debilitating and that she only had one year to
live.

Rachel did not take her diagnosis as a life sentence
and started to search for better, alternative solutions.
Through a series of connections and referrals, she
found her way to Dr. Naren Ramakrishna, Chief of
The Marjorie and Leonard Williams Center for Proton
Therapy at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center.

“My craniotomy took place on Friday,
February 1 and two weeks later, I received
a call from Dr. Ramakrishna’s office to
schedule a meeting with him,” explained
Rachel. “We met on Tuesday, February
19 and I began proton therapy and
chemotherapy on Wednesday, March
20. I approached the meeting like I was
attending a class. I brought a notebook
and a list of questions. It was a wonderful
experience for my family and me. He

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educated us on my diagnosis, lab findings ABOUT PROTON THERAPY
he would use to treat me specifically and
the treatment he could offer. We left the The Marjorie and Leonard Williams Center for Proton
meeting feeling educated. Most importantly, Therapy opened in 2016 and was funded through
we left with gratitude.” philanthropy by Leonard Williams. Leonard, a chief
executive at Wayne Densch brought this cutting-edge
After 6 weeks of treatment by Dr. Ramakrishna and Dr. treatment to Central Florida in tribute to Marjorie.
Nick Avgeropoulos, Rachel celebrated by ringing the Proton Therapy is a form of radiation treatment that
bell, which marks the end of treatment, along with her delivers a precise dose directly to the tumor, shrinking
care providers, family and friends. the tumor while sparing the surrounding, healthy
tissue. The result is a better option for treating some
“I returned to nursing school just one types of cancer, especially adult cancers near vital
month after completing proton therapy, organs, while causing fewer harmful side effects.
said Rachel. “My last MRI was clear of
any tumor regrowth! I return to the cancer Photo captions from left to right:
center every two months for MRI scanning (Picture 1) Rachel and Dr. Naren Ramakrishna.
and follow up, praying and believing that (Picture 2) Rachel with her best friend in Orlando,
every scan will be clear. I continue to have Kimberly Satcher.
lab work every week to monitor my blood (Picture 3) Rachel with Brian Wetzel, Assistant VP,
levels. The next personal goal on my list is Oncology Service Line, at the cancer center, and the
to run the New York City Marathon on the proton therapy team.
2020 National Brain Tumor Society team (Picture 4) Rachel with her parents after her bell ringing
next November.” cermony.

For information on ways to give to proton therapy, call
Janet Morrow, Vice President, Orlando Health
Foundation at (321) 841-1466.

—7— OrlandoHealthFoundation.com

SUPPORTING TRAUMA CARE
WITH A $500,000 GIFT

Picton and Carla Warlow

or nearly half a century, The Martin Andersen- commitment, something that has helped strengthen a
Gracia Andersen Foundation has supported connection to Orlando Health.

F Orlando Health’s mission. They have given PROVIDING CARE IN THE GOLDEN
HOUR
more than $3 million, with the majority of their
philanthropic support given during phases of In continuing their pledge to support the growth
significant expansion to meet the community’s of Orlando Health, The Martin Andersen-Gracia
growing needs. Andersen Foundation has become a major donor in
The Martin Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation the campaign to expand the Orlando Health Orlando
first became involved with Orlando Health in the Regional Medical Center (ORMC) Level One Trauma
1980s as a major sponsor of numerous fundraising Center with a gift of $500,000.
events hosted by Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
(Technology, Immediate Diagnosis, Mammography “The Level One Trauma Center is an unsung
and Education) in support of our growing cancer hero in our community,” explained Picton
program. Over the years, the foundation has also and Carla. “Very few people understand
helped to fund areas like; the pediatric oncology how lucky we are to have such a high level
program at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital of care right in our backyard. Before Pulse,
for Children, Alzheimer’s and dementia care at the no one knew how prepared they were for
Orlando Health Center for Rehabilitation in Ocoee such a large-scale tragedy and they just keep
and the Breast Care Center at the cancer center. getting better. We see this gift as a way to
Picton Warlow, represents the next generation at The continue Mr. and Mrs. Andersen’s legacy of
Martin Andersen-Gracia Foundation and currently philanthropy and commitment to healthcare.”
serves as its president. Picton’s wife Carla, gave birth
to both of the couple’s sons at Orlando Health
Arnold Palmer and they both remember how the staff
made them feel at home through their dedication and

The newly expanded Trauma Bay will provide
significant surge space, allowing us to rapidly
add up to 10 more treatment areas during a
mass casualty situation. This flexible space will be
designed to accommodate up to 20 patients all in
one room. Space for additional medical supplies
and essential diagnostic tools such as ultrasound
machines will also be included in the addition –
all of which will help save time and lives.

The campaign to raise the $10 million to make
this expansion a reality has been underway since
early 2018.

Originally built over 25 years ago, the Trauma If you would like to learn more about how you can
Bay in the Level One Trauma Center at Orlando further the life-saving mission of Central Florida’s
Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) only Level One Trauma Center at ORMC, please
was designed to treat 1,000 patients a year. contact Thomas Bolick, Director, Orlando Health
Today, that number has increased to over 5,300 Foundation at [email protected]
trauma patients annually. or (321) 841-5035.

—9— OrlandoHealthFoundation.com

Marc and Kimberly Clinger-Brewster with Landon and Kylie.

WHY THE Today, Landon Clinger-Brewster is a healthy 5-year-
CLINGER-BREWSTER’S old, but soon after his birth, he was a very sick baby.
Following a normal, full-term delivery at their
WALK FOR WINNIE hometown hospital in Daytona, Kimberly and Marc
Clinger-Brewster were distraught when told their
newborn baby was unable to breathe on his own.
Landon was transferred immediately to the
Alexander Center for Neonatology at Orlando Health
Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies and
diagnosed with persistent pulmonary hypertension.

ALL ABOUT ECMO THERAPY IS UNIQUE THE SAME MACHINE CAN
BECAUSE IT SUPPLIES AN ACT LIKE AN ARTIFICIAL HEART
ECMO ARTIFICIAL LUNG OUTSIDE OF AND SUPPLY SUPPORT FOR
THE BODY TO PLACE NEEDED INFANTS AND CHILDREN
OXYGEN IN THE CHILD’S WHO HAVE A FAILING HEART,
BLOOD WHILE THE DISEASED EITHER DURING OR AFTER
LUNGS HEAL OR MATURE. HEART SURGERY.

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This life-threatening illness, in which the baby’s “ECMO saved his life,” she says.
circulation does not change over from fetal to “And I will do all I can to help the
normal newborn circulation, causes a critical place that saved our son get the
decrease in the body’s supply of oxygen. equipment and technology needed to
As one of the only hospitals in Central Florida help other families with sick babies.”
to offer the lifesaving care that Landon needed,
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer is well-known for The Clinger-Brewster’s are joining Walk For Winnie,
its expertise in ECMO. Short for extracorporeal which raises funds for the Orlando Health Winnie
membrane oxygenation, this technology does Palmer NICU. This year’s event, presented by Panera
the work of lungs in infants with acute, severe Bread® and hosted by SeaWorld® Orlando, is on
respiratory disease. Simply put, ECMO would September 28, 2019.
breathe for Landon until his lungs could heal, giving
him the greatest chance at survival. To join the walk or make a donation, visit
Landon spent a month WalkForWinnie.com.
in the NICU, where a
skilled team provides the Presented by
highest level of care for
critically ill newborns. Hosted by
Kimberly believes her
son would not have 5th Anniversary
survived if he had not
been transferred to
Orlando Health
Winnie Palmer.

ECMO, PERFORMED SINCE EVERY YEAR, 30-40 PATIENTS FOR A NEWBORN, THE
1975, DOES NOT CURE ARE REFERRED TO ORLANDO AVERAGE TIME ON ECMO IS
LUNG OR HEART DISEASE, IT HEALTH WINNIE PALMER FOR 3 TO 7 DAYS, BUT IT CAN BE
MERELY SUPPORTS THE CHILD ECMO TREATMENT, WHICH EXTENDED TO 14 OR MORE
AND ALLOWS TIME FOR THE HAS BEEN OFFERED AT THE DAYS. FOR AN OLDER BABY
LUNGS AND HEART TO HEAL. HOSPITAL SINCE THE 1980S. OR CHILD, THE AVERAGE TIME
ON ECMO IS 7 TO 21 DAYS.

— 11 — OrlandoHealthFoundation.com

CELEBRATING 30 YEARS
OF CARING FOR KIDS

On September 10, 1989, the doors to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women opened for
the first time. This September, we celebrate 30 years since the earliest patients were seen at the
first hospital in the area dedicated solely to children and women. Although a few changes have
happened since then, the extraordinary level of care and dedication has remained the same.

“Treatment is a rollercoaster “I love working at Orlando “Volunteering at the hospital
of emotions and events. Health Arnold Palmer. Every has been a long-time passion
Yet, children and families day, I get to witness first-hand of mine. I especially love that I
get to see how kids’ eyes light
go through this journey and the amazing work of our up when they see my dogs.
grow, learn and change. I team, which is what makes us Pet therapy has become very
get to witness patients and a destination facility. It is very popular at the hospital and
families later conquer the very exciting to be celebrating 30
situations and experiences helps to calm kids down in
they believed they could never years of our care, and I am a very stressful situation. We
handle and overcome. There personally looking forward to are very lucky to have such
is nothing more powerful or a robust program at Orlando
more meaningful than that.” the next 30.”
Valerie Dorsainvil, LCSW Cary D’Ortona Health.”
Pediatric Inpatient Oncology Sara Ball
President Orlando Health Pet Therapy
Social Worker Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Volunteer

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SEPT WALK FOR WINNIE PRESENTED BY OCT SARAH’S SPORTING CLAYS AGAINST CANCER
28 PANERA BREAD® AND HOSTED BY 4 Where: Blackjack Sporting Clays

SEAWORLD® ORLANDO Event starts at 9:00 am
Where: SeaWorld Orlando Why: Benefits the Sarah Szafranski Endowment Fund
Registration starts at 6:30 am
Walk starts at 7:15 am in support of the Pediatric Brain Tumor
Why: Benefits the Alexander Center for Neonatology program at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer
at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Website: SarahsClays.org
Website: WalkForWinnie.com Contact: Lauren Bolick – (321) 843-1078 or
Contact: Danielle Groves – (321) 843-3230 or
[email protected]

[email protected]

NOV SANTA’S MAGICAL ARRIVAL DEC DECEMBER CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT
8 Where: Mall at Millenia 6-9 Where: ChampionsGate Country Club and
Why: Benefits Orlando Health Arnold Palmer
Hospital for Children Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge
Contact: Drew Strochak – (321) 841-5938 or Why: Benefits the Alexander Center for Neonatology

[email protected] at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer
Contact: Lauren Bolick – (321) 843-1078 or

[email protected]

EVENT RECAP

HYUNDAI HOPE ON WHEELS SUMMER SWIRL CORPORATE GOLF OUTING

On Thursday, June 13, The Haley On Friday, August 23, donors, advocates In appreciation of their support and
Center for Children’s Cancer and and supporters of The Howard Phillips partnership, several of the Orlando
Blood Disorders at Orlando Health Center for Children & Families, a part of Health Foundation’s corporate
Arnold Palmer was awarded a $100,000 Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital partners gathered with Orlando Health
Hyundai Impact Award from the for Children, gathered at Full Sail Live leadership on Sunday, April 28 and
Hyundai Hope on Wheels program. For to celebrate the amazing work they do Monday, April 29 at Bay Hill Club &
over 20 years, Hyundai and its dealers in Central Florida. Attendees enjoyed Lodge for a special reception and golf
have been involved in the fight against amazing food, drinks and entertainment outing.
pediatric cancer. The Impact Award is during a Friday Night Under the Lights.
a generous cash gift which will support
Pediatric Oncology Clinical Trials.

TRIBUTE GIFTS | May 1, 2019 - July 31, 2019

An ideal way to celebrate the life of someone special is through a gift in their name. Not only does your gift honor

the individual, it also enables Orlando Health to carry on life-saving care for others.

Tribute for Clemmie Alloway Tributes for Diane Fuller Ms. C. Patricia Rogner and
Ms. Linda Brown Ms. Michelle Bretana Ms. Deborah E. Austin
Mrs. Lori Brown
Tribute for John L. Apodaca Ms. Kimberlee Martin Mr. and Mrs. Clayton M. Theophilus
Mrs. Lucille C. Apodaca Ms. Deborah Pope Tributes for Joseph J. Lawrence
Ms. Leslie Skinner
Tributes for Carnell B. Bozard Ms. Dawn Watkins Mrs. Janet S. Theophilus
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Bozard Mr. and Mrs. William P. Toppari
Mrs. Dollie D. Bozard Tributes for Bonnie G. Gargus Tommie Whitthohn
Mr. John J. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Ferlito Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Widmer
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Cervenka Jr. Ms. Lissette E. Grevely Tribute for Regina M. Mallon
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Choroco Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Molsberger Ms. Patrice G. Kruszewski
Ms. Mia C. Clay
Mr. and Mrs. Huston R. Crane Tribute for Hope M. Gedeon Tribute for Virginia L. McCall
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Francis II Mr. J. B. McClane Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pulsifer
Dr. Scott D. Greenwood and
Dr. Pamela G. Freeman Tribute for Robert M. Harrell Tribute for Zackary G. McKeown
Stanley I. Hand, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Leverett Mr. Thomas Soyka
Mr. Gene Hayes
Mr. Michael F. Hester Tribute for Bonnie Hill Tributes for Casey J. Miller
Ms. Karen Thornton Jensen Ms. Miriam L. Bonilla Jordan Family Trust
Mrs. Doris T. Kelley Trust of Patricia L. Jordan
Mrs. Dorothy J. Kofahl Tributes for Shelby M. Hilton
Reverend and Mrs. Duane A. Kofahl Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Boswell Tributes for Christopher L. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio R. Latour Ms. Leslee Burman Mrs. Alicia Cale
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Latour Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cronin Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Hurt
Matt and Abbie Lilly Ms. Kaye K. Woodlief
Mrs. Cherie L. Lloyd Tributes for David P. Honey
Mr. Robert D. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Scott Tribute for David Miller
Mr. Christopher L. Miller Barley Mr. Brandon Gardner
The Morgan Center The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust
Orlando Health Senior Executives Tributes for Minh‑Tho Nguyen
and Leadership Team Tribute for Rebecca A. Kelley Mr. Daniel Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Phillips Ms. Susan H. West Mr. John Burns
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Rainwater Ms. Paula Gaber
Mr. and Mrs. Calder P. Sinclair Tribute for James E. Kennedy Mrs. Debbie Hooper
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Smith Mr. Edwin Carpenter Ms. Shannon Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Chris C. Stowers Development Kisco Senior Living
Mr. and Mrs. Scott S. Weisz Tributes for Joseph J. Lawrence Mr. Paul Laseter
Ms. Kaye K. Woodlief Mrs. Carolyn E. Alexander Mrs. Staci Lynch
Ms. C. Patricia Rogner and Mrs. Monee Michna
Tributes for Marlie K. Dodson Ms. Deborah E. Austin Ms. Kelly Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Agnew Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Daubenmire Mr. Mark Oprisch
Ms. Sarah Dodson Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. George
Anonymous Tribute for Arnold D. Palmer
Tributes for Phyllis A. Felty Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Buster T. Chapman
Ms. Ellen M. Lemieux Mrs. Elizabeth K. Krupinski
Ms. Valerie J. Tomacelli Mrs. Jeanette F. Lawrence Tributes for Shiv Patel
Mrs. Kathryn A. Pfeiffle Miss Nandini Patel
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Pfeiffle Mr. and Mrs. Tarun D. Patel

Please consider giving a lifesaving gift today! You may call us at (321) 841-5194, send a check
in the envelope enclosed or make a secure online gift at OrlandoHealth.com/Give.

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Orlando Health Foundation Boards

Tribute for Craig E. Petelle Orlando Health Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Francis II
Richard T. McCree, Sr., Chairman
Tribute for Phuoc H. Pham Bill Dillard, Vice Chair
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Atkinson Scott Weisz, Secretary
Jim Phillips, Treasurer
Tributes for Umberto F. Potocco M. Kathryn Garrett, MD, Immediate Past Chairman
Douglas Sales Associates, Inc. Helen Leon, Appointee
Ms. Judie Garlick Annette Ford, Appointee
Ms. Janet Gellici Brock Kelsey, Chairman, Orlando Health Children’s Foundation
Mrs. Linda Goertz David Strong, President & CEO, Orlando Health
Mrs. Kathryn Lunga Jamal Hakim, MD, Chief Operating Officer, Orlando Health
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Manning John W. Bozard, President, Orlando Health Foundation
Ms. Linda L. Manning
Mrs. Sandra L Maynard Gregor Alexander, MD Richard T. Hurt
Mr. James Ozimek Jess Bailes Kathy Johnson
Ms. Diane Picagli Simon T. Bailey Joanne Kostantinidis
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sissano Sudhir Bhaskar, MD Justin Melnick
Mrs. Mary B. Tisza Brian Bowen Megan Morris
Mr. Richard Walker Brad Busbin Diane O’Dell
Ms. Janet Wilkins Helen Cairns Bert Pearsall
Scott Cathcart William E. Perry
Tribute for Madison G. Redditt James P. Caruso Cynthia C. Perry
Ms. Isobel Carroll Kenneth M. Clayton Philip W. Rich
Phil Easterling Dean Sider, MD
Tributes for Lilianna Russi Jennifer Englert Ralph Veerman
Mr. Garin Hamburger Peter Fox Andy Warden
Mrs. Jennifer Staciokas Kathy Gilchrist Bryce West
Ms. Laura A. Trainer Kerry L. Griffis
Mrs. Ellen Watson
Orlando Health Children’s Foundation
Tributes for Stephen J. Sindoni
Ms. Nancy D. Harrington Brock Kelsey, Chairman
Mr. Robert Merkle Adam Goldstein, Vice Chair
Mrs. Patricia Penrod Gregor Alexander, MD, Chairman Emeritus
Ms. Susan D. Pruet Scott Weisz, Immediate Past Chair
Richard McCree, Chairman, Orlando Health Foundation Board
Tributes for Clyde J. Skinner John W. Bozard, President, Orlando Health Foundation
Mr. Clyde Jerome “Jerry” Skinner Sr.
Mrs. S. Frances Y. Skinner Rob Andrews Erik Melville
Regine Bonneau Randy Mixon
Tribute for Chelsey J. Taylor Avani Desai Chris Pashley
Ms. Cosette Kelley Anthony Frogameni Julie Petrakis
Matthew Gable Jorge Ramirez, MD
Tribute for James A. Walker *Bill Gillaspie Matthew Rearden
Steinmeyer Fiveash LLP Michael Gurian, MD Heath Ritenour
Hana Hakim Sean Roberts
Tribute for Joseph W. Wise Melvin Haught Ramon Ruiz, MD
Mr. Bob Minelli Jose Herrera-Soto, MD Abdullah Tharoo
Helen Leon Jared Wolovnick
Paul Manos

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3160 Southgate Commerce Blvd., Suite 50/Orlando, FL 32806, call our toll-free line at 1.855.678.6889 or e-mail [email protected]

GET IN THE SPIRIT

Local Spirit Halloween stores have
been raising funds for the child life
team at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer
Hospital for Children since 2007.

Tear off this coupon and visit your local
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Orlando Health Arnold Palmer.


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