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Courtesy of Gulfport Memorial Hospital Memorial Auxiliary officers for 2017 are, from left, Bill Matheny, Vice President; Ellen Lindsey, President; Sandra Morrison, Treasurer; Barbara Martin, Corresponding Secretary; Aurelia Hagin, Secretary; and June Magnusen, Parliamentarian.

Gulfport Memorial Hospital honors Auxiliary

Memorial Hospital recently honored its Auxiliary with a luncheon and awards ceremony at the Island View Hotel in Gulfport. Honorees and their individual hours of service donated in 2016: 50 hours – Lisa D’ Alessandro, Linda Morris, Teresa Taylor, Joanne Vicory and Jackie Wilson; 100 hours – Susan Donlin, Ginger Martinka, Kathy Moore, Mary Pecoul, Bob Sawyer, Joe Todaro, Sallie Walker, Carol West and Rusty Wilkinson; 200 hours – Janice Kennedy, Sandy Meaut, Judy Pucheu, Millard Quigley, James Thomas and Romon Tims; 300 hours – Jean Hauer, Tracy Lowry, Allan Murphey, Charlotte Strahan and Stephanie Ye; 400 hours – Charles Hibbard, Percy Manning and Ann Ryan; 500 hours – LaNelle Davis, Alma Dedeaux, Roberta Lundquist, Judi Matsuba, and Carmen Venney; 600 hours – Lucy Hazeur, Robert Jones, Elaine Nelson, Rita Swenson; 700 hours – Edie Hurlstone and Ellen Lindsey; 800 hours – Doris Hill and John Hunter; 900 hours – Sophia Humphrey; 1,000 hours – Lee Barnes, Ernest Chancellor, Lucienne Puckett, Sammie Smith, Vera Spears, Lydia Trisotto and Sylvia Welch; 1,500 hours – Margie Jefferson, Roy Puckett and Margie Young; 2,000 hours – Abbe Engman and Pete Raif; 2,500 hours – Judy Crim; 3,500 hours – Patty Craven, Aurelia Hagin, Bill Matheny, Ethelyn Mozingo, Lotte Wagner and Nashie Ward; 4,000 hours – Ann Collins and Beverly Lee; 5,000 hours – Sandy Morrison; 5,500 hours – Carrie Jones; 6,000 hours – Peggy Bragg and 6,500 hours – Raymond Lindsey, Barbara Martin and Peter Psikogios.


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