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The Tidelands Health Newsroom

Published on October 10, 2006

Georgetown Hospital System Volunteers Honored at Annual Appreciation Luncheon

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Georgetown, SC – During the annual Georgetown Hospital System’s Volunteer Luncheon held at DeBordieu Club recently, over 50 hospital volunteers were honored for completion of the entire customer service class series. The series, which is part of an organization-wide initiative designed to educate employees and volunteers on specific customer service behaviors, includes classes on teamwork, respect, accountability, communication and compassion.

Those honored for completing the class series include the following volunteers:

Barbara Alling, Harolyn Anthony, Angela Ares, Doris Belle-Isle, Monnie Berry, Ruthena Bibb, Caye Branca, Veronica Bucello, Ruby Brogan, Gloria Budkoski, Molly Burns, Bob Burns, Marie Buzzelli, Shelia Cook, Carol Cooper, Pat Demerlier, Diane Dupuy, Joan Fields, Bill Gause, Cheryl Gause, Norma Grant, Margaret Hancox, Alice Huffman, Nancy Johnson, Dottie Knap, Edna Knox, Mattie Knowling, Sue Koslowski, Marla Kuehne, Elaine Larson, Nell Lawrimore, Glorya Macaione, Kerrie Marquart, Sylvia Moree, Nina Morris, Elaine Perilli, Jeanette Renault, Anne Russ, Gloria Schnaars, Ed Schoenig, Eileen Schoenig, Marge Schruhl, Mille Sloan, Mary Lee Smith, Dorothy Smith, Ronnie Smith Maggie Stine, Joan Sullivan, Bev Templasky, Bill Watson and Nancy Watson.

Volunteers were also honored with special pins and certificates. One hundred-thirty six volunteers attended the annual luncheon and were recognized by Georgetown Hospital System officials for providing more than 45,577 service hours last year.

Additionally, Fran Tilman, Director, Volunteer Services, installed new Auxiliary officers, Tom Donnelly, Treasurer and Diane Dupuy, Secretary. These new leaders joined Beverly Tempalsky, President and Margaret Hancox, Vice-President who were inducted at the Spring luncheon.

For more information about volunteer programs or how to become a Georgetown Hospital System volunteer please contact Betty Lou Chappell, Volunteer Services Coordinator at 527-7164.


Tidelands Health is the region’s largest health care provider and MUSC Health affiliate, serving the Carolinas at four hospitals and more than 60 outpatient locations. More than 2,500 employee, physician and volunteer partners work side by side with our communities to transform the health of our region – promoting wellness, preventing illness, encouraging recovery and restoring health.