During the 42nd annual Fisher-Titus Volunteer Recognition Banquet held recently, 47 volunteers, who have earned 100 to 21,000 hours of service, were honored for their dedication to Fisher-Titus Medical Center, Norwalk Memorial Home and The Carriage House.
In 2017, Fisher-Titus had 205 active volunteers who gave 45,807 hours of service collectively.
Fisher-Titus volunteers who have earned from 100 to 21,000 hours were recognized with Service Awards. They include:
100 Hours: Dale Cerny, Angie Goolman, Miller Hosack, Melanee Madera, Patricia Mahl, LeeAnn Wetzel and Ronald Wise
500 Hours: Anne Johnson, Stacy Moore, John Noss and Tim Petrey
1,000 Hours: Bev Cring, Barb Fries, EJ McPherson, Louanne Palkovic, John Selka,
Billy Toney, and Jan Wade
2,000 Hours: Karen Hedrick, Martha Hoffman, Caroline Miller, Jonathan Morgan, Kathryn Wittmer, Jo Yates and Tracy Young
3,000 Hours: Peggy Buckingham, Patricia Crase, Kathy Crawford, Cassandra Gotham, Marjean Hohler and Mary Youngs
4,000 Hours: Marshall Blue, David Caprara, Ann Cerny, Helen Hofacker, Kathryn Horn and Wilma Schuh
5,000 Hours: Judith Allen and Marilyn Bick
6,000 Hours: Patsy Gray and Tip Hosack
7,000 Hours: Mabel Gorsuch and Carl Gray
9,000 Hours: Jim Cardman
12,000 Hours: Luetta Brutsche
18,000 Hours: Joanne Waugh
21,000 Hours: Ann Querin
Photo top-right: The annual Volunteer Banquet was held recently with volunteers receiving awards for hourly milestones. Those volunteers receiving awards for hours above 5,000 include (sitting from left) Joanne Waugh, 18,000 Hours; Ann Querin, 21,000 Hours; Patsy Gray, 6,000 Hours and Carl Gray, 6,000 Hours; (standing from left) Jim Cardman, 9,000 Hours; Marilyn Bick, 5,000 Hours; Luetta Brutsche, 12,000 Hours; Mabel Gorsuch, 7,000 Hours and Tip Hosack, 6.000 Hours. Not pictured is Judith Allen, 5,000 Hours.
About Fisher-Titus Medical Center
Fisher-Titus Medical Center serves Norwalk, Huron County and the region with the latest medical advancements providing the area’s 70,000-plus residents a full continuum of care that includes Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, a 99-bed acute care hospital; Norwalk Memorial Home, a 69-bed skilled nursing facility; The Carriage House of Fisher-Titus, a 48-unit assisted living facility; and a Home Health Center.
As a non-profit community hospital, Fisher-Titus offers patients the most advanced technology and medical treatments possible while providing the highest level of personal care. With a dedicated and talented staff of employees and an outstanding team of physicians, Fisher-Titus has earned numerous national recognitions. The Medical Center is accredited by Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) and also is recognized as a Primary Stroke Center and a Level 3 Trauma Center. Fisher-Titus Medical Center also was named among Healthcare’s “Most Wired” in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.