In celebration of National Volunteer Week, Sparrow Clinton Hospital recently honored community members at its annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon.
Volunteers have played an integral role at the hospital since its founding in 1927 and continue to be a valued asset.
|Sparrow Clinton Hospital 2013 Community Leader awardee Dave Hunt (left) and SCH Volunteer of the Year Kerry Sheen-Stock were recognized April 4 at the hospital’s annual volunteer luncheon for their exceptional service.
All volunteers in good standing were invited to share in the celebration, which recognized the exceptional achievements made by hospital volunteers in 2013.
Kerry Sheen-Stock of St. Johns was named 2013 Volunteer of the Year. Sheen has played a key role in recent hospital events, actively participating on the Family Fit Fest and Community Health Fair committees over the past four years. She also serves as Chairperson of the SCH Foundation Committee and will soon add a Board of Directors membership to her extensive resume.
“To say this volunteer is active in our community is an understatement – she’s a networking dynamo,” said Nan Simons, director of Sparrow Clinton Hospital Community Relations, Marketing & Volunteers. “Whether working with St. Johns Rotary, International Missions Church or Clinton County DHS as a foster parent and mother of eight adopted daughters, she gives with all her heart. It’s that gift of compassion and wealth of insight that makes Kerry so very valuable to Sparrow Clinton Hospital.”
Sparrow Clinton Hospital 2013 Community Leader awardee Dave Hunt (third from left) is joined by SCH VP & COO Kevin Price (left), SCH Foundation Director Pete Shannon, SCH President & CEO Ed Bruun, and former SCH Board of Directors member Curt Keck and current Board member Bill Brewbaker for a quick photo.
Dave Hunt, local businessman and Sparrow Clinton Hospital Board Member, also was honored. Hunt received a special Community Leader award in recognition of his work as chairman of the hospital’s Right Here, Right Now Capital Campaign that raised more than $1.6 million to build a new Emergency Services Department.
A dedicated community leader, in 2003 Hunt joined the Sparrow Clinton Hospital Board of Directors where he has served as Chairman and Vice-Chairman. He also serves on the Sparrow Health System Board of Directors, and is active in St. Johns Kiwanis 707 Club and the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce.
Sparrow Clinton Hospital 2013 Volunteer of the Year Kerry Sheen-Stock (center) enjoys a moment with family and friends at the April 4 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. Celebrating with Sheen are daughters Alicia, Hannelore, Sheena and Elizabeth; her brother Brent Sheen, and friends Bev Travis and Violet Youness.
Sparrow Clinton Hospital volunteers contributed 7,458 hours of compassionate care and passionate service in 2013. The hospital recognized the following volunteers for years and hours of service:
Carrie Hartenburg, Nancy Moore
Mary Ann Ellickson
More than 20 Years
Chery Goff (22), Emma Khavari (29), Judy Miller (28), Judy Minner (28), Diane Zuker (28)
More than 30 Years
Jim Gunther (32), Sam Hopko (43), Jeanette Huard (32), Cindy Knight (33), Daniel Matson (43)
More than 50 Years
Kay Mishler (52)
More than 2,000 Cumulative Volunteer Hours
Sam Hopko (2,827), Cindy Knight (4,545), Judy Minner (5,479), Nancy Moore (6,777)
To learn more about volunteer opportunities or advanced healthcare services available at Sparrow Clinton Hospital in St. Johns, visit us online at www.sparrowclinton.org.