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The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) and Hospital Auxiliary paid tribute to the many Volunteers and VolunTeens who donated countless hours at the local facility, with a Recognition Banquet held at the Bellevue Society for the Arts (BSA) facility.


June Washburn, left, TBH Volunteer Coordinator, presents a flower to retiring Volunteer Lavern Swartz.


Betty McConkey, left, and Lucy Mirtes, right, were congratulated by June Washburn, Volunteer Coordinator at TBH, for there 2,000 hours of volunteer se


New Volunteers for 2009-10 at TBH include, front row left to right, Mary Ann LaVine and Dee Butler. Back row, Buzz Dayringer, Kimberly Veach, and Char


TBH Volunteers who hit personal milestones in 2009 included, front row left to right, Jeanette Hay, 1,000 hours; Evelyn Mulhollan, 1,000 hours. Back r


            Michael K. Winthrop, TBH President and CEO, and Kate Herring, TBH Foundation Director welcomed and thanked the group for the many hours of dedicated service. All total, 11,279 hours were donated in 2009.

            The theme for the program was “The Roaring 20’s: Volunteers are the Bee’s Knees!” Tables were decorated with art deco vases topped with Victorian ferns, and included feather boas, photos, newspapers articles, and other memorabilia. The volunteers received purse hangers (women) and honey-based products (men). A total of 85 Volunteers and VolunTeens attended the event.

            Entertainment was provided by Jim “Cleats” Bilgen on keyboard. He performed many period songs from the Roaring 20’s, had a couple of sing-a-long songs, and ended with a finale of “God Bless America.”

            Food was prepared by TBH Dietary Department Leader Joe Hoff and his staff, and was served by several members of the TBH staff.

            June Washburn, TBH Volunteer Coordinator and Gift Shop Manager, gave special recognition to those Volunteers who donated anywhere from 100 to 3,200 hours in 2009.

            3,200: Virigina Konst.

            3,100: Carolyn Warner.

            2,900: Ellie Beck

            2,800: Rita Hay and Geri Ware.

            2,200: Lucy Mirtes.

            2,000: Betty McConkey.

            1,800: Charlotte Leber.

            1,700: Jan Adams, Bonnie Kistler, Ron Miller, Edna Schreiner, Lorraine Tuttamore, and
            Julie Walker.

            1,600: Gail Frederick.

            1,500: Rose Fay.

            1,400: Bill Fulton.

            1,300: Karen Hartman and Shirley Warder.

            1,200: Bob Beck.

            1,100: Bill Fontana and Kathy Vickery.

            1,000: Jeanette Hay, Margie Jones, Evelyn Mulhollan, and George Solander.

            800: Vernetta Vallimont and Jack Wooten.

            700: Jo Haynes, Mildred Raschke, and Sue Schmidt.

            600: Phyllis Barnhart, JoAnn Cook, Delbert Daniel, and Dorothy Yingling.

            500: Olga Hutchison, Gloria Lindsey, and Ed Rose.

            400: Alice Adams, Ellen Good, Tom Kutz, Alohoea Lowery, Sharon McGinn, Sandy Ross, and
           Peggy Tuttamore.

            300: Marcy Baker, Rosemae Hammill, and Elaine Hess.

            200: Jackie Boonie, Barb Davis, LaVohn Hunter, Peg Kaufman, Elmer Neill, and Kathy Smith.

            100: Sandy Beamer, Carol Bishop, Linda Camacho, Cindy Herman, Sue Hollingsworth, Carolyn
            Kuhlman, Jackie Lilly, Glen McFarland, Sharon Riffle, Sue Steinmetz, Lois TerVeen, Jo Ann Wing,
            and Bette Woods.

            Retiring Volunteers were noted: Lavern Swartz, Carolyn Warner, Shirley Dymond, Jean
            Zimmerman, Marcy Baker, Marti Ball, Jean Brown, Rosemary Pocock, Gwynne Carley, Sally Hall,
            and Carolyn Paddock.

            New Volunteers for 2009 and 2010 are: Charles Abel, Dee Butler, Susan Hollingsworth, Mary
            Ann LaVine, Sue Ruffing, Norma Jean Swartz, Holly Braun, Buzz Dayringer, Cecily Hoffman, Lilly
            Hoffman, Kimberly Veach, and Charlotte Waskielis.            

For information on how to become a Volunteer or VolunTeen at The Bellevue Hospital, contact June Washburn at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4408.

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