Fisher-Titus Employee Children’s Scholarship Recipients include (seated from left) Ashtyn Gill, Kelly Hughes, Emilie Anderson, and Thomas Anderson Jr.; (standing from left) Dennis Doughty, chairman of the Fisher-Titus Health Board of Directors; Bryce Roberts, Alyssa Tuttle, Nicole Peter, Allison Fisher, Claire Hanko and Matt Gross, CEO of Fisher-Titus Health. Not pictured is Claire Spettel.
During a recent Fisher-Titus Health Employee Children’s Scholarship Awards Ceremony, 10 scholarships were awarded to children within the Fisher-Titus family. This scholarship provides 10 recipients $1,000 each in financial support for their higher education. Recipients are selected from the submitted applications by a committee of local citizens who have no direct association with Fisher-Titus Health.
As a new tradition, Fisher-Titus designated one of the 10 scholarships in memory of all employees who have passed away while still employed at Fisher-Titus. Special preference for this award was given to an applicant who is pursuing a career in health care.
- Emilie Anderson, Daughter of Teri Day, Manager, Emergency
- Thomas Anderson Jr., Son of Teri Day, Manager, Emergency
- Allison Fisher, Daughter of Julie Fisher, Performance Improvement Specialist,
Quality and Clinical Resource Management
- Ashtyn Gill, Daughter of Gail Channing, Staff Nurse, Home Health
- Claire Hanko, Daughter of Cheryl Hanko, Staff Nurse, Surgery –Prep and Recovery
- Kelly Hughes, Daughter of John Hughes, MD, Physician, Internal Medicine
- Nicole Peter, Daughter of Erika Peter, Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant, Rehabilitation
- Bryce Roberts, Son of Karin Roberts, Director, Volunteer Services
- Claire Spettel, Daughter of Cari Spettel, Nurse Practitioner, Internal Medicine (first-time recipient of a scholarship dedicated to the memory of all employees who have passed away during their service at Fisher-Titus.)
- Alyssa Tuttle, Daughter of Janice Tuttle, Administrative Assistant to the President, Administration and Rodney Tuttle, Technical Director, Laboratory