Kirby AR Vmag 2019 H20019

Kirby Medical Center and Foundation Annual Report 2015

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It all started with a gift to the people of Piatt County from John and Mary Kirby. Today, that same spirit of giving is prevalent throughout our communities. As leaders of The Kirby Foundation, we're humbled and grateful for the opportunity to continue the Kirby tradition of caring. Even in the face of uncertainty, Kirby has risen to the challenge of serving the needs of our patients and keeping our communities safe. That's why we're more grateful for the generosity of our donors than ever before. Your gi s have directly impacted our caregivers and patients when they need it most. Throughout 2019 and now as we move through these unchartered waters, our work continues on behalf of all who support our efforts. We can't think of a greater time when our mission of continuing the tradition of caring rings true. Thank you to the many supporters who have asked how they can help. As we continue to address the challenges, even those we can't anticipate, The Foundation provides vital support that allows Kirby to invest in critical initiatives – directly impacting our caregivers and patients. Consider making a gi using the enclosed remit card. It is truly incredible to see what happens when we care for each other and work together for the health of our communities. With appreciation, Sarah S. Ross Director of Development, The Kirby Foundation Back row, left to right: Tony Kirkman, Jay Timmons, Steve Tenhouse, Kathy Plunk and David Brown. Front row, left to right: Sarah Ross, Luke Feeney, Brandon Hissong, Michelle Gross and Veronica Seevers. 16 T H A N K Y O U To Our Donors 16

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