Stettler Hospital receives a major donation

Jerry Michaud presented a $5,000 cheque to SHSF Board Chairperson Leona Thorogood

Pictured in the red shirt is Jerry Michaud presenting a $5,000 cheque to SHSF Board Chairperson Leona Thorogood. Jerry made the donation to SHSF in memory of his late wife Gail. Jerry commented that when his wife was in Heritage House and then later in Palliative Care, she was treated so kindly by all the staff. It is his wish to remember his wife with this donation on their wedding anniversary. Also pictured is some of the SHSF board (from left to righ) Tara Gerlitz, Amy Roberts, Leona Thorogood, Mr. Michaud, Will Brown, Sarah Halverson, Dave Grover, Jack Hayden. In front: Cheryl Barros, Carol Isaman, Tom Campbell.

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Jerry Michaud presented a $5,000 cheque to SHSF Board Chairperson Leona Thorogood

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