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    2013 ANNUAL REPORT WellMatched: WellSpan and Its Donors Working Toward a Healthy Community 2013 Annual Report 1


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    Board of Directors 2013 York Health Foundation Board Members John H. McConville, MD, Chairman Gary A. Stewart, Jr., Vice Chairman John C. Lutz, Secretary/Treasurer Leslie W. Brant Fran D. Camitta Butler, MD Matthew Doran Vickie L. Fazio Ronald L. Hershner, Esq. Lou J. Leyes Barbara C. Linder Jeff D. Lobach, Esq. York Health Foundation Mission Cathy Norris Working as one to improve health Richard W. Sloan, MD through exceptional care for all, lifelong Kathy Turkewitz wellness and healthy communities by growing philanthropy for WellSpan’s charitable initiatives in York County. 2014 York Health Foundation Board Members Gary A. Stewart, Jr., Chairman WellSpan Health Mission Jeff D. Lobach, Esq., Vice Chairman John C. Lutz, Secretary/Treasurer Working as one to improve health Leslie W. Brant through exceptional care for all, lifelong Fran D. Camitta Butler, MD wellness and healthy communities. Matthew Doran Vickie L. Fazio For questions about the York Health Lou J. Leyes Foundation or to learn about the funds and Barbara C. Linder activities mentioned in this report, please Cathy Norris call (717) 851-3595. Bill J. Scott, III Richard W. Sloan, MD Kathy Turkewitz 2 2013 Annual Report


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    A Letter From the Chair This annual report gives us the opportunity to recognize and thank Thank you for your support. In 2013, we saw great initiatives like you – our donors – for becoming our partners in improving the health of those featured in this annual report and many others continue or start our community. because of the generosity of our community. We are fortunate to have a Please take a few minutes to read about how: community filled with giving individuals, companies and organizations. Each and every one of you listed in this report has positively • Together, we are helping cancer patients shoulder the financial impacted thousands of lives over the past year. burdens that often come with this life-changing diagnosis. I think our community is one in which people care enough about • With its largest gift ever, the York Hospital Auxiliary is generously others – often people they don’t know and probably will never meet – funding a behavioral health unit as part of the upcoming WellSpan to help them in a time of need. I am proud to be a member of this York Hospital emergency department renovation. community and a member of York Health Foundation Board of Directors. • We are providing vital care to stroke patients in York and Yours Truly, surrounding communities. These programs are proof positive that York Health Foundation is Gary A. Stewart, Jr. meeting its goal of inspiring gifts and grants to support the important Chair, Board of Directors work of WellSpan Health in York County and beyond. York Health Foundation 2013 Annual Report 3


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    Auxiliary Donation Makes Dedicated Behavioral Health Unit in New Emergency Department Possible In 2013, the York Hospital Auxiliary pledged $1 million – its largest donation ever – toward construction of an eight-room behavioral health unit that will be part of WellSpan York Hospital’s new state-of-the-art emergency department. According to Auxiliary President Kathy Turkewitz, the decision to financially support the new unit was unanimous. “All of our members felt very strongly about it,” she says. “The idea for the behavioral health unit touched all of us. We knew it would provide a great service to area residents of all ages.” A New Concept for Helping Behavioral Health Patients The majority of patients admitted to WellSpan York Hospital for behavioral health issues are first seen in the emergency department. Behavioral health patients are often in a crisis situation and need immediate attention for severe depression, depression with psychotic features or other behavioral health issues. Currently, there is no dedicated space in the emergency department for these patients while they await evaluation by a behavioral health professional for possible admission to the hospital. “These patients deserve their own unit in the emergency department and need health care providers who can care for them properly,” says Turkewitz. Behavioral health specialists will staff the new unit, which will also feature two crisis intervention rooms for behavioral health assessments by crisis counselors. The increased privacy of the new unit will be invaluable to patients and their families who find themselves in these situations. 4 2013 Annual Report


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    The new unit will cost more than $1.6 million to construct, equip and furnish, and will be Patient-Centered Care dedicated to keeping patients safe and getting them the care they need. The York Health Foundation Board The behavioral health unit will be the largest specialty area in the new emergency of Directors identified WellSpan York department, which is set to begin construction in the summer 2014. The new facility will Hospital’s Emergency Department as provide patients with private, patient-centered care in a 46,000-square-foot space that will a fund raising priority for the next three cost more than $45 million to complete. years. Support from the community through special events, employee and An Emergency Department Focused on Excellence in Care physician giving campaigns and other key “This new facility is all about improving the care we provide to the community and initiatives will help raise funds to create an providing the services our patients need,” says WellSpan York Hospital President Keith Noll. exceptional place to receive care. The new emergency department will offer patients Currently, the emergency department cares for about 78,000 patients each year in a a private care experience in a state-of- facility that was designed to treat 30,000. The new department is expected to open by fall the-art facility built around patient needs. 2017 and is projected to serve 88,000 patients annually by 2025. Special features will include: Beyond the physical features of the new emergency department, WellSpan York Hospital • A dedicated rapid-care area for aims to improve the processes that impact patient flow through the department and into the patients with minor injuries and illnesses. hospital. Pilot programs to improve flow are already being tested. • Dedicated patient treatment areas “We intend to open the new department with all of these processes perfected,” says for pediatric, cardiovascular, orthopedic James Amsterdam, MD, chair emeritus of the hospital’s department of emergency medicine. and behavioral health patients. “Our goal is a no-wait emergency department, something we hope to achieve about 85 percent of the time.” • Multiple work pods for staff and providers, hospitalists and specialists for clinical staff efficiency. • Improved presence of financial counselor, registration and checkout areas. • Patient and visitor amenities. 2013 Annual Report 5


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    Help Fund Allows Patients With Cancer to Focus on Healing “They told me to focus on getting better, and they would take care A Fund That is Growing to Meet Increasing Needs of the rest. These people didn’t know me, but they were willing to help. I The fund, which helped 52 patients with a little over $7,500 when it remember thinking that if I got better, that’s where I’d give back,” says Dawn began in 1995, was able to help 394 patients with $330,000 in 2013. Jeter, speaking about WellSpan’s York Cancer Patient Help Fund. “Right now there is a tremendous need due to the number of people In 2011, Jeter was diagnosed with two primary cancers. She had no who are unemployed,” says Tilton. insurance and had two young children at home. “I was 31 years old and Referrals come to the Cancer Patient Help Fund from a variety thought nothing could happen to me,” she says. “I just kept repeating: of sources, including social workers, physicians and community What am I going to do?” organizations. Once referred to the program, patients provide information That’s when a financial counselor at WellSpan York Hospital directed about their household bills and finances. Tilton reviews all applications to Jeter to Peggy Tilton, financial coordinator of the Cancer Patient Help determine what the need is for each individual. Fund. “The fund was created because patients – even those with “The Cancer Patient Help Fund is a temporary bridge over a insurance – can go through very stressful times during cancer difficult financial time,” says Tilton. She explains that the fund provides treatment,” says Doug Arbittier, MD, vice president of the WellSpan monetary assistance for daily living necessities for patients undergoing oncology service line. “It’s hard emotionally and physically. Add active cancer treatments – expenses such as rent, utilities, food, car financial stress into the equation and it can be overwhelming.” insurance and co-payments for prescriptions. 6 2013 Annual Report


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    WellSpan’s Cancer Patient Help Fund is supported entirely by charitable contributions Chipping Away at Cancer from businesses, service organizations, former patients, family members and the Ninety participants spent an evening community at large. In addition, 100 percent of donations go directly to patients. last August “Chipping Away at Cancer” “There are no administration costs because the program is run through the hospital,” one stroke at a time. The event was the says Tilton. 2013 Cancer Awareness Golf Tournament Jeter, who has always been a runner, found her way to give back to the Cancer Patient at the Country Club of York. The Help Fund in the form of a 5K race. After completing treatment in August 2011, she decided beneficiary was WellSpan’s Cancer Patient to organize an annual race to support the fund. Help Fund. “Many of the runners have a connection with the cancer center,” says Jeter, who has According to event organizer Karen raised more than $600 for the fund through the race to date and plans to continue growing McGannon, the event was run in previous the event each year. years as part of a national organization’s fund-raising initiative. “Last year we decided we wanted to keep it local. People were just elated that we were donating to this cause because we would be taking care of York and Adams County patients,” says McGannon. The event, which raised more than $7,000 for the fund, was a mixed-team, nine-hole event featuring a putting contest, chipping contest, ticket auction, raffles, a live auction and dinner. 2013 Annual Report 7


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    Brain-Saving Technology and Education Advance Local Stroke Care “When it comes to stroke, we put great emphasis on community A Valuable Resource When Time is of the Essence education,” says Ruth Linde, program coordinator of WellSpan York When a stroke occurs, WellSpan York Hospital now has a state-of- Hospital’s Stroke Program. “That’s because strokes don’t necessarily the-art hybrid operating suite. This multimillion-dollar facility became hurt. In fact, someone having a stroke often can’t think clearly and operational in August 2013 and is already making a significant impact doesn’t realize what is happening to them.” on the state of stroke care in the region. Educating the community about the signs of stroke, its underlying “Every minute during a stroke, brain cells are dying. The goal is to causes and opportunities to modify risk factors is a key component of begin treating a patient as quickly as possible,” says Lori Clark, vice the Stroke Program at WellSpan York Hospital. president of the Neurosciences service line at WellSpan. “Having this “We really try to get the message out there so people can potentially facility allows us to offer treatments that used to require a transfer to a head off a problem before it occurs,” she says. larger hospital – the closest being an hour and a half away.” In addition to community education, professional education for While stroke has dropped to the fourth leading cause of death in residents, nursing assistants, technicians and emergency department the United States, it remains the number one cause of disability. There staff is crucial to the Stroke Program. Thanks to a $16,000 grant from are now nearly 6 million stroke survivors and, of those, more than the Anne M. and Philip H. Glatfelter III Family Foundation, WellSpan 4 million are disabled in some way. York Hospital has been able to purchase online software that will be “If we can treat patients more quickly, we can save lives and used to train approximately 300 staff members. potentially reduce the severity of disability,” says Linde. “This allows us to “We wouldn’t have been able to provide this training without the improve the quality of life for stroke patients.” grant,” says Nancy Newton, grants officer with WellSpan. 8 2013 Annual Report


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    A Commitment to Expand Stroke Care Into the Communities We Serve Local Company Celebrates 12 Years Advanced telestroke technology now allows WellSpan York Hospital to extend its stroke of Support program into new communities and evaluate patients in other hospitals in real-time using White Rose Interiors, a York interior- special computer equipment. Each of the York neurologists has access to the technology in finishing company, has been a proud their homes as well as at the hospital. supporter of the WellSpan Health Golf “Emergency room doctors are often wary of making neurological decisions without a Tournament since 2002. The tournament specialist’s input,” explains Clark. “With telestroke, we can provide consultations in real-time.” raised $65,000 in 2013, which helped York’s neurology experts use monitors with spectacular resolution and communication tools fund the operating table in the new hybrid to consult with physicians treating stroke patients in emergency departments at WellSpan operating suite at WellSpan York Hospital. Gettysburg Hospital, and Summit Health’s Waynesboro Hospital and Chambersburg Hospital. While White Rose owners Frank WellSpan neurologist Dr. Ellen Deibert said she was “blown away” by the capabilities Bonadio and James Snyder aren’t of the technology. “In one case, I was able to diagnose a patient in another hospital from golfers, they are happy to be a part of the my home in the middle of the night,” she says. “Not only that, I was able to speak with the tournament and see it as an opportunity to physician at WellSpan York Hospital, coordinate the patient’s transfer to our hospital, and give back locally. find a bed for the patient – all within 20 minutes – a process that would have taken all night “We’ve done some work for WellSpan, in the past.” and we see all of the good things they do in “Patients can be diagnosed immediately, and if they are in need of interventional care, they our community,” says Bonadio. “The money can be transferred directly to WellSpan York Hospital,” adds Linde. “It’s pretty phenomenal.” raised each year through the golf tournament always goes toward a good cause.” The Latest Technology Backed by Exceptional Medical Expertise Upon arrival at WellSpan York Hospital, suspected stroke patients receive a CT scan. Based on those scans, neurologists evaluate patients and quickly determine the best course of treatment. While “clot-busting” drug tPA is still the most common treatment for stroke, it must be administered within a few hours after the onset of symptoms, and it isn’t right for every patient. WellSpan York Hospital now offers minimally invasive, interventional neurosurgery techniques for the treatment of selected strokes. These procedures involve the use of extremely thin catheters to access and clear clots in the brain that are causing the stroke. WellSpan York Hospital is the only facility in York and Adams counties offering these procedures, making it the preferred regional resource for stroke care. In addition to treating patients that come directly to WellSpan York Hospital, stroke patients in surrounding facilities can now be transferred to York for these procedures, rather than being sent farther away. 2013 Annual Report 9


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    1880 Society The 1880 Society, named in honor of the year of WellSpan York Hospital’s founding, is a special annual giving program. Friends of WellSpan York Hospital, WellSpan VNA Home Health, WellSpan Medical Group and the York Cancer Center give $10,000 or more, payable over a 10-year period. These gifts can be designated to a specific department or program or be unrestricted to ensure continued excellent care throughout the health care system. The reputation of WellSpan Health would make its founders very proud. While today’s health care system faces many challenges, 1880 Society members ensure that quality care is provided to the York community. Sandra L. Abnett Marsha D. Bornt, MD Jim and Karen Cochran Dr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Fazio Keith and Laurie Gee Robert and Charlotte Aldinger Pamela and Charles Bostic Daniel and Mary Crerand John and Ginger Finlayson Baron and Lydia Gemmer Dr. and Mrs. James Amsterdam Eamonn and Susan Boyle Kris and Joe Crosswhite Dr. Frederick Flaccavento and Ms. Chip and Amy Gerhart Louis and Josephine Appell Robert and Debra Bradley Douglas and Monica Dallmeyer Donna Sylvester Dr. Detlef and Mrs. Joanne Gerlach Dr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Arbittier Leslie and Cindy Brant Drs. Richard and Marian Damewood Dr. Otto and Mrs. Lesesne Forchheimer In Memory of Thom R. Gilbert Richard L. Ayers Keith and Marsha Braucher Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Fortier Art* and Susan Glatfelter George Baker Lavern H. Brenneman* Dr. Abby and Mr. Gregory Davis Dr. Neal Friedman and Mrs. Diane Dr. Michael and Barbara Goodstein Dr. R. Hal Baker and Mrs. Jill Baker Thomas and Nancy Brenner Steve and Kelly Delaveris Friedman Fred Graves Heather and Mike Barley Thomas P. Bride, DO Donald and Jane Dellinger Dr. and Mrs. Edward Garber Hugh H. Gregory, Jr., MD J.A. and De Loyce Barnhart Dale* and Nancy Brougher Burnell M.* and Ann C. Diehl Dr. Todd and Mrs. Sara Barron Christi and Josh Brown David and Julia Dill Bruce Bartels and Romana Li Richard H. Brown Matthew and Jennifer Doran Bob and Louise Batory Dr. Percy Buenaventura and Dr. Daniel D. Dowd, Jr. Larry D. Baucum Mrs. Beth Buenaventura Rodney and Marie Drawbaugh Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Beekey, Jr. Howard L. Burtnett, CRNA Ravi Dukkipati, MD Ron and Tracy Benenson Dr. Bruce Bushwick and Ms. Lise Levin Dr. Chris and Lisa Echterling Tim and Katie Bentzel Dr. Vincent Butera and Mrs. Kathy Chloé R. Eichelberger Deborah L. Bernal, MD Butera David* and Lynne Eitel Ronald F. Bernardi Drs. Ivan Butler and Francine Camitta Mary Jo and Gene Eline Albert G. Blakey III Estate Butler Robert and Erda Erdos Albert* and Judith Blakey Tony and Stef Campisi Dr. and Mrs. Danilo U. Escaro Dan and Allison Bledsoe Dr. John and Mrs. Catherine Carson Margaret “Peggy” Davis Evans* Dr. John Blotzer and Mrs. Gabija Dr. John and Malin Castronuovo William and Pat Eyster Blotzer Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Chodroff Michael and Deborah Fake Drs. Jaylaine and Michael Bohrn Dr. Keith and Jennifer Clancy Robert S. Fawcett, MD and Christy Nina and Michael Born Paul and Lori Clark Fawcett 10 2013 Annual Report


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    Scott and Lisa Grob County Community Foundation Cynthia Johannes-Beecher and David Doug and Theresa Lehigh Dr. Patrick and Karen McGannon Lee and Connie Gutshall Robert V. Iosue, PhD and Teena Iosue L. Beecher, Jr. Richard M.* and Barbara C. Linder Patty McGuire James and Amy Haber Dr. David B. and Victoria Jones Jonathan and Andrea Liss Dr. Allen and Wanda Miller Valerie Hardy-Sprenkle and Chris Karen E. Jones, MD and Sean C. Sara K. Little* Paul and Donna Minnich Sprenkle Campbell, MD Jeff and Cindy Lobach Dr. Kevin Mosser and Carolyn Mosser Dr. Jeffrey and Mrs. Heather Harner James Juliana Deborah K. Lookingbill* Fred L. Motter* Peter and Rhada Hartmann Drs. Andrew and Diane Kepner Jason S. Lowe, CRNA Gertrude C. Motter The Heilman Family William and Kim Kerlin Angela S. Lutz, DMD Alyssa L. Moyer, MD and Shawn S. Douglas and Holly Heishman Kinsley Foundation John and Dawn Lutz Moyer, MD Ronald E. Hempling, MD Debra D. Kleyhauer Lee A. Maddox, MD Michael and Rhonda Murphy Dr. Mark Henry and Ms. Barbara Knaub Dr. and Mrs. Jack A. Kline Dr. C. Edwin Martin and Mrs. Arlene Dr. Kevin R. Muzzio and Dr. Suzette J. John and Jan Herrold Miodrag D. Kukrika, MD Martin Song Guy and Rosa Hickey Eric and Ann Kunkel Richard E. Martin, II and Susan J. Robert L. Myers, III Dr. Clement T. Ho Robert C. Landis, MD and Jane E. Martin Dr. Robert and Mrs. Kimberly Nash Hodges Family Foundation/George and Landis Dr. John and Patricia Matthews Amy L. Nelson, Esq. Martha Hodges Dr. William “Tex” and Odessa Landis John and Therese McConville Robert and Lynn Newcomer Matthew and Betsy Howie Dr. George and Jackie Lapes Drs. Kevin J. and Nancy McCullum Dr. Jay and Carol Nicholson Roseann Huddleston Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Laucks Thomas R. McGann, MD and Kathleen Keith D. Noll George W. Hummel Fund of York Dr. Stanton and Mrs. Jane Lebouitz McGann Cathy Norris Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. O’Connor Bob and Toby Ortmyer Dr. Craig S. Pate and Lisa W. Pate Dr. Brian Pettiford and Mrs. Patricia Pettiford Dr. J. Ander and Mrs. Kathy Pindzola Dr. Marc and Mrs. Patricia Pollack Ms. Tracy H. Powell A. Richard and Karen L. Pugh Jonathan Pumphrey Dr. Seth Quartey and Grace Quartey Mark and Theresa Richardson Dr. Damian and Mrs. Vicki Rispoli Debby and Raymond Rosen 2013 Annual Report 11


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    Samuel Small Society In 1880, a man named Samuel Small had a vision of providing compassionate, quality health care services for the York community. His vision and philanthropic spirit led to the founding of WellSpan York Hospital. If not for his effort and foresight, the organization of WellSpan Health – dedicated to bringing clinical excellence and care to its communities, and recognized as a leader in health care – might not exist today. The members of the Samuel Small Society share that spirit and vision by ensuring that quality health care is available to all in our community for generations to come. By providing for future health care needs, they have included the York Health Foundation in their financial or estate plans. Preyanka Aggarwal, MD David W. Cerasa* William and Pat Eyster William Fluhrer Trust Baron and Lydia Gemmer Leno C. Allenbrand Estate Gail K. Cunningham Trust Frances E. Feiser* Mary and Henry D. Freed* Anna Amelia Gillespie Trust Alfred and Janice Ambrose Edward L. Daisey Nathan Feldman Bequest Robert and Charlene Freed Art* and Susan Glatfelter Harry B. Anstine Estate Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Davis George W. Fishel Estate Mary Froelich Unitrust Cassandra Glatfelter Bequest Clyde E. Arvin Estate Louise Spahr Deane Trust Harry H. Fisher Bequest Rodger K. Furse Trust L. Romaine Glatfelter Trust Dr. John L. Atkins Bequest Estate of Kermit H. and Mary Deardorff Dr. Lawrence and Mrs. M. Louise Walter W. Furse Mellie I. Glatfelter Trust J. Herbert Beard Estate Dr. Woodrow and Mrs. Ella Mae Fisher* Virginia C. Gall* Philip H. Glatfelter Trust Janet K. Benfer Trust Dellinger* Gary C. and Gloria* Fleming W. Donald Geiser Estate Philip Glatfelter, III* Kenneth L. Benfer Estate Burnell M.* and Ann C. Diehl Albert G. Blakey III Estate Estate of Mary L. Diehl Dan and Allison Bledsoe Estate of Millard G. Diehl Ruth T. Boring Estate Kenneth* and Charlotte Dittenhafer Michael and Alice Marie Boustead Alton Dubs* Kenneth Bowman Estate S. James Dunn, DDS Estate Lavern H. Brenneman* Gladys Eberly Estate Thomas and Nancy Brenner Chloé R. Eichelberger Chreston K. Briggs Trust Hazel L. Eisenhart* Christi and Josh Brown William S. Eisenhart, Jr., Esq.* The Estate of Peter and Delilah Brown Charlotte R. and Kermit H. Elfner Trust Richard H. Brown Helen Emig* Florence G. Burk Estate Kathryn Erdos Estate Drs. Ivan Butler and Francine Camitta Robert and Erda Erdos Butler Mary P. Evans Trust William K. and Evelyn O. Campbell Jeanette S. Everhart Trust Memorial Fund Charles G. Eyster Fund of York County Tony and Stef Campisi Community Foundation 12 2013 Annual Report


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    W.L. Glatfelter Trust Sarah A.K. Hoober Trust Estate of Elizabeth M. Libhart Marianna K. Moyer Estate William A. Resh Estate Russel and Eleanor Gohn* Dr. Benjamin Hoover and Mrs. Anne Richard M.* and Barbara C. Linder Mildred T. Mummert Trust Vincent Risley Trust Hattie Good* Hoover Marian S. Link Estate Annie C. Murray Estate Kathryn S. Rohrbaugh Estate Charles and Esther Goodling* Dean S. Hoover, MD Jonathan and Andrea Liss G. Bradford Myers, MD* and Lou Rene Debby and Raymond Rosen Brian and Donna Gragnolati Philip A. and Elizabeth J. Hoover Sara K. Little* Myers Joseph and Elizabeth Rosenmiller* David Greisler Fund of York County Community Helen Long Estate Robert and Lynn Newcomer Elaine Royhan Estate Dr. Bruce A. Grove Bequest Foundation Edna Loucks Trust Dr. Jay and Carol Nicholson George B. Rudy Trust Emory E. Grove Trust Mildred I. Horn Estate William E. Markle Estate Keith D. Noll Estate of Thelma Ruppert Margaret Hafey* Raymond A. Hummer Estate Richard E. Martin, II and Susan J. John W. Noss Trust Esther T. Rutter Estate Samuel Harbold* Fred Ilges* Martin Gerald and Martha Patrick* Evelyn M. Samuelsohn* Valerie Hardy-Sprenkle and Chris Robert V. Iosue, PhD and Teena Iosue Estate of Bertha V. Martz Michael J. Patrick, Sr., CLU, CHFC and Carolyn and Charles Schaefer Sprenkle Bertha M. Noss Joseph Trust Patty McGuire Ruth S. Patrick* Marvin G. Sedam* Donna M. Healey John L. Kable Estate David C. McIntosh Dorothy L. Paules Newton and Hellen Shaw Trust Malinda Heindel Trust Charles Kerr* Estate of John and Edna Menges Dr. Samuel K. Pfaltzgraff Trust Stanford C. and Reta Shearer* Charles J. Helb Trust H. Roebling Knoch Estate Edwill B. and Rachel H. Miller Trust Pearl Prowell Trust of York County Cindy Q. Shi, MD, PhD and Mr. Xiao Shi Walter H. Hespenheide Estate Sanford and Kathryn Kranich Edwill B. Miller Trust Community Foundation William* and Judy Simpson Phebe Catherine Hess Trust Charitable Trust Paula M. Miller Estate A. Richard and Karen L. Pugh Dr. Richard Sloan and Alice Sloan Mildred B. Hibner Estate John J. Landes Trust Rachel Heckert Miller Trust Estate of Clarence and Edna Reck Andrew P. Smith Helen H. Hobaugh Estate Benjamin Lavetan Trust R. Ruth Morris Bequest Lois V. Renaut Estate Josephine L. Smith Trust 2013 Annual Report 13


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    Individual Donors We extend our sincere appreciation for the following gifts received from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in listing all contributions of $100 or more. If you are aware of an error or omission, please call the York Health Foundation at (717) 851-3595. Richmond and Lynn Abbe Timothy and Joan Anstine Sandra L. Abnett Bernard and Nancy Anthony Marcia Adams Barbara Appell W. Craig and Theresa Adams Louis and Josephine Appell Brian and Jeanne Addison Dr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Arbittier Meagan K. Alan, PAC Susan L. Arnold Kelly Albright Lance Arvin Susan D. Alcorn Chris and Mimi Ashbaugh John and Sandra Aldinger Bertha Aspin Robert and Charlotte Aldinger Ackie and Sara Atkinson Travis and Andrea Aldinger Peter and Linda Atwood Elizabeth Alger Thomas and Elizabeth Aulbach Richard and Jane Allen Phil and Linda Avillo Brian and Linda Alley Richard L. Ayers Beth Ann Allison Charles and Sandra Baboian Eric and Kim Alvarez Albert E. Bachman Kevin Alvarnaz Pamela and Steve Bailey Richard and Madlyn Alwine Carolyn Baker Drs. Rachelle Ambrose and Richard Don* and Rebecca Baker Heather and Mike Barley James E. Baumgardner Ron and Tracy Benenson Turosinski George Baker Jennifer L. Barr, CRNA Tina Bazzle Lester* and Kathryn Bentz Dr. and Mrs. James Amsterdam Gwen Baker Dr. Todd and Mrs. Sara Barron Kim Beck Tim and Katie Bentzel Sarah Amsterdam Herbert J. Baker Ken and Deb Barshinger Bruce and Johann Becker James and Judi Bergdoll Harold and Nancy Anderson Jodi Baker Lisa C. Barshinger Vicki Becker Cara Berger Lora Anderson Dr. R. Hal Baker and Mrs. Jill Baker Robert and Barbara Barto David and Elaine Beecher Douglas and Kristin Berman Reed and Connie Anderson Susan K. Baker Bob and Louise Batory Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Beekey, Jr. Deborah L. Bernal, MD Robert and Beth Anderson Stacy M. Balderston Dr. Thomas Bauer and Mrs. Paula Henry and Karen Behr Ronald F. Bernardi Stephen and Brenda Anderson Apryl Balon Bauer Gail M. Bell Laura J. Berndt Donald and Deborah Angstadt Kimberly A. Banks 14 2013 Annual Report


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    Lea Ann Bernhard Thomas and Susan Bowman John Brozoskie John and Duane Chronister Lee and Amelita Cunningham Earl W. Bernstine, DO Chad and Judy-Perry Bowser Peter and Margaret Brubaker Michael and Kathy Chronister Andrea Cutler Marguerite Bernstine Joan E. Boyce Mark and Sandra Bruce Dr. Paul J. Chubb and Dr. Allison K. David and Wendy Cutright Michael and Ann Birch Billy and Cindy Boyd Patricia A. Brumgard Wawer-Chubb Dr. Eric Cutti and Karen Cutti Sonia Bittle Stephanie Boyd Dr. Percy Buenaventura and Mrs. Beth Dr. Keith and Jennifer Clancy Tracia Daas Judith V. Blakey Dr. James Boyle and Mrs. Jane Boyle Buenaventura J. Patrick and Linda Clark Drs. Richard and Marian Damewood Dan and Allison Bledsoe Eamonn and Susan Boyle Patrick Bukovsky J. Peter and Loann Clark Brenda Daniels Kay Ella Bleecher, MSN, CRNP, CEN, PHRN Melvin and Tara Boyles Warren and Katherine Bulette Paul and Lori Clark Gerald and Barbara Danner Norman and Ruth Blevins Katie Bozart Dewey and Barbara Burkett Megan Clarkson Kathy A. Danner Dale and Grace Blocher Robert and Debra Bradley Dr. Christine Burkhardt and Robert Kelly S. Clingan David and Linda Davidson Dr. John Blotzer and Mrs. Gabija Marilyn Brandon Lackey Jean Cochran Dr. Abby and Mr. Gregory Davis Blotzer Blaine Brandt Janet Burrows Jim and Karen Cochran Charles and Astrid Davis Chuck and Kathy Blouse Rose Brandt Howard L. Burtnett, CRNA Paula Coe Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Davis Owen and Anne Blum Leslie and Cindy Brant William and Patricia Buser Colway Sisters Donald and Norma Day Ernst and Maria Boetzelen Keith and Marsha Braucher Dr. Bruce Bushwick and Ms. Lise Levin George and Sue Conway Barry and Jane Dehoff Robert and Mary Bohn Kimberly A. Breighner Drs. Ivan Butler and Francine Camitta Barry and Luann Cook John R. Deitch, MD and Helen R. Drs. Jaylaine and Michael Bohrn Barbara J. Brenneman Butler Ray and Elva Cooley Deitch, MD Jill and Roy Bollinger, III Glenn and Regina Brenneman Jeffrey and Elaine Byers Barbara Cooper Ashley Delacruz Francis and Kathy Bonadio Larry and Sandra Brenneman Tracy L. Cadawas Glenn and Dorothy Cooper Steve and Kelly Delaveris Samuel J. Bongiovano Thomas and Nancy Brenner Danny Callahan David and Kris Copenheaver Clarence and Brenda Dell Donald and Irene Bonsell Richard and Carol Brezovec Mrs. Frances W. Callahan Jerry and Linda Corbett Pat Dell Marsha D. Bornt, MD Thomas P. Bride, DO Frederick and Aralene Callahan Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Marion Corsaro Damian and Alice Deller Jeffrey and Donna Bortner Karen Briscoe Tony and Stef Campisi Sandra C. Costantino Donald and Jane Dellinger Larry and Lorraine Bortner Kimberly A. Brister Dr. John and Mrs. Catherine Carson Jon and Rosemary Countess Janice D. Dellinger Paul and Ruth Bortner Kay Broadnax Jacob and Susan Carter John and Cynthia Cox Timothy and Kathy Dellinger Steven and Kathy Bortner Rebecca Brodbeck William and Ann Carter Bryan and Abby Cramer Peggy A. Delo Thomas and Louree Bortz Daniel and Kristin Brooks Bridget Q. Casher Daniel and Mary Crerand Karen M. Delp Charles and Pamela Bostic Christi and Josh Brown Gregory and Renee Cassimatis Stacy Crone Mary T. D’Emilio, MD Jane C. Bostic Ms. Laurie K. Brown Dr. John and Malin Castronuovo Joe and Kris Crosswhite David E. Dennis Matthew Bowers Richard H. Brown Raymond and Judith Cawley Dr. Arthur C.* and Mrs. Janet H. Debra Dennison Gale and Edward Bowman Stanley and Nona Brown Dean and Janice Cheesebrough Crovatto Kathleen A. DePorter Jonathan and Amanda Bowman Zachary Brown Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Chodroff Doralisa Cruz Angelo and Emma Deprato Scott and Mary Ellen Bowman Germaine A. Browne Evelyn Christensen Brian and Isabel Culbertson Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. DeWaters, Jr. 2013 Annual Report 15


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    Lisa R. Dewees, CRNP Ravi Dukkipati, MD John and Mel Eyster Julia A. Frey Thomas and Anita Gibbs Larry and Anna Diehl Jeff and Christen Dunn William and Pat Eyster Tony and Jennifer Frey Kimberly A. Giblin Mara Diem Karen Durham Ashley Fager Dr. Neal Friedman and Mrs. Diane Gary and Karen Gilbert Frances Dietz Judith B. Dutterer Michael and Deborah Fake Friedman Gary and Karyl Lee Gilbert Kathy S. Dietz Kristin Eaton Karen Fanus Alicia and Jason Fry Barry L. Gillespie David and Julia Dill Kevin Eby and Jamie Zwally David and Jane Farish Natalie G. Fuhrman, CPA Susannah Gillespie Thomas and Karen DiPasquale Dr. Chris and Lisa Echterling Robert S. Fawcett, MD and Christy Mr. and Mrs. Dante Fuligni Gary and Rozalia Gillette Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. DiPietro Margaret K. Eck Fawcett Dorothy M. Fuller Jerry L. Gingerich Dennis and Kathleen Dobbie Norman and Kathleen Eckard Dr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Fazio Jack and Joyce Fuls Kristina A. Gingrich Scott and Susan Dolla Stella Eckard Judy Feeser Stephanie Fulton Daryl and Jane Girton The Dolla Family Dr. Daniel Eckert and Mrs. Jennifer Stephen F. Feldmann Gerald and Lois Fultz Steve and Diana Giuffrida Tammy Dombroski Eckert Steven A. Ferguson Hazel S. Furst Bernice E. Gladfelter Joseph and Deborah Dominick Ruth M. Eckert Tammy M. Ferree Lois P. Gable Karen L. Gladfelter Marjorie E. Doran Barbara C. Edsall Jill R. Fetter Ted and Linda Gallagher Michael R. Gladfelter Dr. Mark and Rebecca Doran Carroll and Carolee Ehrhart Barry and Margaret Fink John Gandionco, MD Charles and Shawna Glass Matthew and Jennifer Doran Chloé R. Eichelberger John and Ginger Finlayson Duane and Judy Gardner Michael Glass Sharon D. Dorbert William S. Eisenhart, Jr., Esq.* Douglas and Pamela Fitzgerald Eve E. Gardner Robin M. Glass Emery and Janet Dougherty Mick and Vickie Eisenhour David and Betty Fitzkee Edward and Denise Garner Art * and Susan Glatfelter Vincent and Anne Dougherty Dr. David R.* and Mrs. Lynne Eitel Dr. Frederick Flaccavento and Ms. Thomas and Candy Garver Kevin Glover Barry and Wanda Douglas Daniel and Brenda Elby Donna Sylvester G. Diane Gaspari Lorraine A. Glover James and Patricia Dow Mary Jo and Gene Eline James and Wendy Flinchbaugh Teresa Gati Asceline S. Go, MD Dr. Daniel D. Dowd, Jr. Mr. Craig and Mrs. Donna Ellis Dolly L. Foore Donald E. Gauntner Susan and Larry Godfrey John and Kathleen Downs Gregory and Susan Ellis Richard and Debra Forbes Andrew E. Gee Mark A. Goedecker, MD Patrick and Ashley Doyle Traci Emswiler Dr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Fortier Keith and Laurie Gee Pete Goheen Rodney and Marie Drawbaugh Kyla P. Ensor Jim and Mary Fortney Geiger Family Larry and Jennifer Goldhahn Benn and Denise Druck Meghan Eppinger, Lizzie Freese and Charles and Barbara Fourhman Baron and Lydia Gemmer Evans and Barbara Goodling Benn and Linda Druck Kaitlyn Miller James Fowler Erica Gemmill John and Pamela Goodling Jo Druck Robert and Erda Erdos Marilyn Fragale Kay Gemmill Debra Goodling-Kime Susan Drumgould Diane Ettinger Robert D. Franklin Cheryl M. Gerhart Dr. Michael and Barbara Goodstein Edward and Marlene Dubbs Bertha M. Evans David and Eloise Frazier Chip and Amy Gerhart Gary and Donna Gotwalt Kirk Duckett and Karen Lam-Duckett Jamie L. Evans Robert and Charlene Freed Dr. Detlef and Mrs. Joanne Gerlach Brian and Donna Gragnolati Thelma Duffy Bill H. Everhart Diane L. Frey Joseph and Suzanne Geubtner Jodi L. Graham Silvia Dugan John C. Eyster Jamie Frey Leon W. Gibble, MD Michael L. Graupensperger 16 2013 Annual Report


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    Fred Graves Sallie B. Hamberger Louis J. Helfrich, Jr. William F. Hoffmeyer, Esq. Mary Jane Iosue Andrew and Patricia Grazioli Robert and Joanne Hammen Ronald E. Hempling, MD Dr. Douglas and Cecilia Hofmann Robert V. Iosue, PhD and Teena Iosue Richenda Green Faye A. Hammers Douglas and Lanette Henderson Dr. and Mrs. William A. Hohman Jen Irving Stephen and Mary Green Clarence and Linda Hammonds JoAnn Henderson William and Emily Anne Holly Monica Isaac Tabetha A. Green Alexandria Hand Dr. Mark Henry and Ms. Barbara Knaub Kelly Hood Peter Ivers Hugh H. Gregory, Jr., MD Donald L. Hanes John and Tracy Henry Barry and Deborah Hoover Chris and Beth Izzo Ernestine P. Griffith Lisa Harkins Stephen and Lora Henry Kathleen Hoover Diane Jacobs Arlene M. Grim Richard and Natalie Harley Craig and Linda Herrold Annette Horak Paula A. Jacobus, MD Susan Grimek Dr. Jeffrey and Mrs. Heather Harner John and Jan Herrold Russell and Lilli Horn Jesse C. James and Family Scott and Lisa Grob Bill and Betty Harper Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Hersh Michael and Lori Hostetter Donald and Janet Jasmann R. Fred and Robin Groff Alicia K. Harris Lois Hershey Linda Householder Kristine Jefferis Chris Gross Kathie Harris Paul and Sandra Hershey Raymond and Lorraine Hovis Mirriam Jefferson Randall A. Gross Margaret E. Harris, CRNP Ronald and Judith Hershner Steven and Carol Hovis Fred A. Jennerjohn Tracy and Tyler Gross Stephen Harrison Judith S. Hess Timothy and Cheryl Howard Dawn A. Jeter Dr. L. George Grossi and Mrs. Sandra Doreen F. Harrold Nancy Ann Hess Virginia Howard Cynthia Johannes-Beecher and David Grossi Deborah A. Hart Donald A. Hester Matthew and Betsy Howie L. Beecher, Jr. Lewis Grossi August and Rose Hartinger Dr. Andrew Hickey and Mrs. Linda Roy and Anna Hubbard Shreve and Barb Johnessee Emery and Susan Grove Richard and Cynthia Hartman Hickey Janet L. Huber Ashley Johns Jennifer Grove Peter and Rhada Hartmann Guy and Rosa Hickey Roseann Huddleston Dean E. Johnson, MD Dr. William and Mrs. Joanne Grove Joseph F. Hasenfuss Christine and Isaac Higgins Stephen and Janice Hufnagle Dr. Dennis and Mrs. Rosemary Tim and Nancy Grumbacher Susan and Oliver Haslup Dean and Ruth Hildebrand Keith and Vicky Hughes Johnson Matthew and Ann Gruner Stacey L. Haugh Lori Hildebrand Norma and Charles Hull Donald and L. Bonnie Johnson Judith L. Gunther Roger and Donna Haun LuAnn M. Hildebrand Richard H. Humphreys Robert J. Johnson Gregory Gurican Margaret M. Hayes Nancy Hildebrand Holly Hunt Thelma B. Johnson Daniel T. Guthrie Barry and Carla Haynes Margaret R. Himmelfarb Sarah L. Hunt, CRNP Susan K. Joines Lee and Connie Gutshall Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Judy Heaps Kristi L. Hissong Melody L. Hursh Karen E. Jones, MD and Sean C Dr. Mark C. Hagan Kenneth G. Heibeck Christopher Hivner Charles and Lenny Husen Campbell, MD J.W. and Sandy Haines Kathleen M. Heicher Clement T. Ho, MD Lacey N. Huyett Sarah Jones Blanche Hake Sheila Heider Kevin and Brenda Hodge Jane E. Hyde Anthony and Michelle Jordan Diane F. Hake The Heilman Family George and Martha Hodges Clark and Deborah Ickes Leroy and Regina Jordan J.C. and Carole Hale Mr. Kevin Heilman and Dr. Catherine James* and Doris Hoff Elizabeth M. Imboden, MD and Thomas Daniel A. Kaminstein, MD Steven and Mary Halverson Heilman Garth and Carolyn Hoffman J. Sarosky Tracey E. Karr Michael L. Hamaker Douglas and Holly Heishman Trevor and Megan Hoffman David and Beth Inkrote Lawrence P. Kauffman 2013 Annual Report 17


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    Michael and Judith Kays Karen Kneupfer Terry and Karen Latshaw Joshua Lindeman Mary Martella Don E. Keasey Glen and Sandra Knisely Gene Latta Barbara C. Linder Charles and Susan Martin Betsy Keefer Joyce Knisely John and Margaret Lau David R. Lindsay, MD Richard Martin John and Kim Keesee Ronald and Susan Knopp Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Laucks David and Marie Lindsay Richard E. Martin, II and Susan J. Wade T. Kehr Joyce M. Knox Dr. Stanley and Mrs. Danette Laucks James Lindsay Martin Michelle E. Keller Mr. Joseph Kochansky and Patricia Theresa and Robert Law Jonathan and Andrea Liss Rick Martin Catherine N. Kelly Kochansky William and Eleanor Lawyer Dorothy Livaditis Joseph and Sharon Mason Denise M. Kenna, MD Jeffrey and Judy Kochenour Christopher and Christine Le Jeff and Cindy Lobach Richard and Donna Massey Elaine Kennick Erik I. Kochert, MD Dorna M. Lease James W. Lockard, MD Roxlyn E. Maugans Drs. Fred Kephart and Cynthia Elaine Kohan Paul and Jennifer Leash George and Bambi Long Junior and Sharon Maurer Patterson Lois, Bob and David Kohler Jessica Leathery, CRNA Deborah Lord and Tom Getz Theresa and Michael May Drs. Andrew and Diane Kepner Gary and Nancy Korber Lawrence and Jacquelyn Lebeau Jason S. Lowe, CRNA Theresa E. McCardell Delores J. Kerlin Theodore and Dorothy Kramer Dr. Stanton and Mrs. Jane Lebouitz R. Scott Lucas Misty McClain William and Kim Kerlin The Kreiner Family David and Megan Lecas Joan and James Luce Beth McCleary Patricia A. Kessler Cathy H. Krepps James and Julie Leedy Angela S. Lutz, DMD Sarah and Victor McCloskey Mary L. Kettl Brenda and Edwin Krout Doug and Theresa Lehigh John and Dawn Lutz John and Therese McConville Sardari and Saroj Khanna Holly R. and Jill Kruper Licia M. Lehman Joy R. Lutz Lynn McCowan Jeff and Kelly Kile James and Gina Kruper Richard and Jody Anderson Leighty Michael D. Lutz, CFP Joe and Lori McCoy Dean and Courtney Kimball Dennis and Maryann Krynock Christine A. Leiphart Paul and Mary Lutz Judith A. McCulloh Darryl King and Lisha Lambert Miodrag D. Kukrika, MD Leonard and Susan Leiphart Peter Lutz Larry and Kathy McDonald Leroy and Kathy King Eric and Ann Kunkel Mark and Charmaine Leiphart Wendell and Donna Lutz Robert and Diane McElwain Michael and Lisa Higgins King Michael and Kathleen Kupchinsky Thaddeus Lekawa, MD James and Lori Lynch Elizabeth McFeely Kinsley Foundation Wanda Kurtz Jane E. Lenhart* Lee A. Maddox, MD Thomas R. McGann, MD and Kathleen Dr. James and Ms. Carol Kirby Robert M. Lackey, MD John and Rachel Lenhart Kathy J. Magar McGann Dr. Douglas and Mrs. Melissa Kistler Jeffrey and Stephanie Laird John S. Lenhart, Sr. Bonnie and Robert Mahan Dr. Patrick and Karen McGannon John and Jan Kitner Earl and Joan Landis Stephen Leskovec Alan and Louise Mains Deborah L. McGhee Dr. Michael and Ms. Jacklyn Kleinman Jon and Kimberly Landis Louis and Michalene Levi S.A. Manbeck and Michael Price Joyce E. McGinnis Debra D. Kleyhauer Robert C. Landis, MD and Jane E. Carol G. Levinbook Mr. Robert Mantz and Kathleen Holden Dr. Timothy McGuinness and Mrs. Dr. Ronald and Linda Klimes Landis Irwin Levinbook* Dr. John and Mrs. Rene Manzella Janet McGuinness Dr. and Mrs. Jack A. Kline Dr. William “Tex” and Odessa Landis Charles B. Levine, MD Gregory A. and Jody L. Markel Patty McGuire Barry and Carol Klinedinst Todd and Theresa Langeheine Lou and Susan Leyes Clair and Carlene Markey Christine McIntosh Peggy Kling Crystal Lantzy Nathan and Wendy Lightner Lavere G. Markle* David C. McIntosh Stephanie Jo Kling Kevin and Donette Lasher Robin Lightner Charles Marley, Jr., DO Eugene and Patricia McKay 18 2013 Annual Report


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    Dr. Mark McKeague and Eileen Marvin Mernick Mary E. Miller Ann Murrow Henry and Rochelle Nyman McKeague Steven and Cynthia Merrick Milo and Ruth Miller Alisha Mutch Joseph Oakes Barbara McKinsey Kim A. Metzger Craig and Amy Milsten Amy R. Myers George T. Reiter and Erin M. O’Brien, MD Michael and Stephanie McKoin Pam Meyer Rev. Christina Minnich and Mr. Allan Bob, Jan and Megan Myers/ Kate, Matt Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. O’Connor George and Elaine McLaughlin Scott and Angel Michael Minnich and Niles Upton Stan Olson Scott and Lori McNair Wilbert and Charlotte Mickley Paul and Donna Minnich Will and Laura Myers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Opice Debi McNamara Nancy R. Miklaucic Terry C. Mirachi Lou Rene Myers* Lisa D. Oriolo Barbara H. McNeal Julie Miksit George and Henrietta Mitch Lynn and Stephanie Myers Christine Orris Joyce McPherson Dr. Allen and Wanda Miller Glen and Linda Moffett Phillip and Carol Myers Bob and Toby Ortmyer Sharon K. Mead Diane M. Miller Joseph and Kathy Mokris Ray and Anna Myers Daniel and Ann Orwig Daniel G. Meckley, III Faye Miller, Judy Phillips, Shelby Norman and Anne Monks Steven and Sandra Myers Kathi Orwig Jin Jou Meighen Bunch, Joan Grimsley and Deb Reed and Melissa Mook Kevin and Kim Nace Thomas and Kris O’Shea George and Hilda Melhorn Rohrbaugh Nancy A. Moore Robert and Miriam Nagle Roy Smith and Kelly Osmolinski-Smith, Deborah J. Mellott Kenneth and Robin Miller Robert and Margaret Morgan Dr. Robert and Mrs. Kimberly Nash RN Joy Melson Larry and Beverly Miller Bill and Phyllis Mosebrook Irvin and Diane Naylor Creston F. Ottemiller, Jr. Thia Melson Larry and Sally Miller Crystal L. Moser Dr. and Mrs. Travis R. Neely Dr. David and Cynthia Owens Donald and Diane Meluzio Lisa Miller John F. and Sharon Mosser Amy L. Nelson, Esq. Larry and Patti Owens Gary A. Merica Martha and Kevin Miller John K. and Sharon Mosser Susan Nelson Larry and Debi Oxenberg Dr. Kevin Mosser and Mrs. Carolyn Denise Nestlebush William Pacacha Mosser Monica Newcomb Holly Palumbo Gertrude C. Motter Craig and Linda Newton William and Raejean Panaro John C. Motter, Jr.* Ms. Debra A. Nicholas Russell R. Pancoast Susanne M. Motter Dr. Jay and Carol Nicholson Dr. Robert and Mrs. Elizabeth Alyssa L. Moyer, MD and Shawn S. Philip and Deborah Nicholson Pargament Moyer, MD Chad and Barbara Noll Harry Park Kelli Moyer James Noll Thomas and Lois Parker Michael and Adele Moynihan Keith D. Noll Dr. Craig S. Pate and Lisa W. Pate Michele Moynihan Cathy Norris Michael J. Patrick, Sr., CLU, CHFC Nakesha N. Muldrow Thomas and Joan Norris Gary and Leah Paul Joan and Keith Mummert Joanne Nosoff Dean and Joann Paules Joyce and H. Jay Mummert Beth and Chris Nusbaum Family Dorothy L. Paules Norman and Kathryn Mummert Walter and Joan Nusbaum William and Joyce Paules Michael and Rhonda Murphy Amanda Nye Michael and Michelle Pearson 2013 Annual Report 19


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    Stephen and Mary Perko Susan R. Prevas Beatrice Reaver Nora Rohrbaugh Dr. Arnold Salotto and Kathy Salotto Brad E. Peters Kristina L. Pribish Kristina Rebert James and Kimberly Romoser Donald and Gayle Sanders Ronald and Susan Peters Alice T. Price Lynn and Stephanie Reck Joel and Ann Ropp John Sauter Dr. Brian Pettiford and Mrs. Patricia Dr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Prince Patricia A. Reddy, MD Nancy C. Roseberry Gerald L. Savitz Pettiford Dino and Evelyne Pritsios Ada Reed Debby and Raymond Rosen Lamin Sawaneh John E. Pfeiffer Renee Pruner Alan and Cheryl Reigart Robert and Jean Ross Paul E. Saylor Neil Pigeon A. Richard and Karen L. Pugh Jenny Reimold Dr. Edward and Terry Roth Rep. Stanley E. Saylor Dr. J. Ander and Mrs. Kathy Pindzola Mark and Linda Punchard Beverley A. Reindollar John Rouhani Theodore and Suzanne Schaefer Eduardo and Ursula Pinto Dr. Seth and Mrs. Grace Quartey Edwin and Linda Resser Karen F. Roundtree Albert and Ellen Schaffer Dr. David and Mrs. Jean Plessett Eric L. Quesenberry Mark and Theresa Richardson Mark and Maria Royce Sylvia M. Schimmel Richard and Donna Plymire James E. Rabine, II Fred Richstien Harry and Peggy Rubin Dr. and Mrs. Steven K. Schirk Kenneth E. Poet Lauren R. Radtka, CRNA Jeffrey and Cheryl Riebling James and Jean Rudisill Daniel and Ann Schleig Lucille S. Poet* Furman and Melissa Raine Gayle S. Riley Trisha M. Rudisill Dr. Douglas and Mrs. Peggy Schmidt Joseph E. Pohlman and Family Dr. Ann Ramage and Richard Berkoski Dr. Damian and Mrs. Vicki Rispoli Yvonne Rudy Mark and Ruby Schmidt Melissa D. Polito Maurice P. Ranc Laura Rizzo, MHA, RHIA Harry Russell Mrs. Arlene T. Schmitt Brian M. Pollak, MD Frederick and Mary* Randt David Rizzuto Dr. Michael Russo and Barbara Harned Sue Schneider Glen and Vicki Pomygalski Steve Rasmussen Jeffrey L. Robert and Stacey G. Robert, Debbie and Todd Rutter Dr. Thomas D.* and Mrs. Betty Jane Doris F. Pope-Banks Mr. and Mrs. John Raudenbush MD Leo and Marge Rutter Schonauer John and Barbara Porter Irene M. Rauhauser Steve and Jennifer Roberts Margaret T. Ryan Walter A. Schrading, MD Edward and Janey Potter John Raymond Annette K. Roderick Vishal Sachar Adolf and Hannelore Schreiber Ms. Tracy H. Powell James and Jean Ream Dr. Edward and Mrs. Ruthann Rogers John and Lori Salerno Beverly D. Schuder June M. Power, CNM Walter and Leslie Reamer Linda J. Rogers Kathleen A. Salony Eugene and Ann Schultz 20 2013 Annual Report


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    Community Partners York Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges the corporations, foundations, organizations and estates who have given so generously to help WellSpan York Hospital, York Cancer Center, WellSpan Medical Group and WellSpan VNA Home Health achieve their missions. This support has enabled our staff and volunteers to continue to provide excellent patient care. It also provides for indigent care, education and technology – all part of the trusted health care we provide throughout south central Pennsylvania. We extend our sincere appreciation for the following gifts received from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in listing all contributions of $100 or more. If you are aware of an error or omission, please call the York Health Foundation at (717) 851-3595. 1027 Mumma Road Partnership Ace Imports Anstadt Communications Class Ceaser’s Wings, Pizza & Subs 1220 Business Solutions Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc. Apple Automotive Black Rose Wings Motorcycle Club Center for Orthopaedic Trauma 13th Ward Political Club Adesa PA Apple Hill Surgical Center Blaise Alexander Chevrolet Buick Advancement 7 South Staff Adhesives Research, Inc. Arrow S3 Blockhouse Company, Inc. Central Family Restaurant AAA Southern Pennsylvania Advanced Animations, LLC Artistic Foods Catering Blue Ridge Anesthesia Associates Centric Business Systems AAFP Foundation Advanced Industrial Services, Inc. Asbury United Methodist Church Bob Hoffman Foundation Cerner Corporation Ability Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc. Adventure Cycling and Fitness Athletic Lettering, Inc. Bob’s Intowne Spas, Inc. Chambersburg Club, Inc. ACE Distributing Aero Energy Auction Select Auto Sales The Bon-Ton Stores Foundation Charles and Alma Diehl Family Fund Alexander Building Construction Co. Audio/Video Contractors of York Bortner Bros, Inc. of YCCF Aline J. Lehmayer Estate Avenues Neighborhood Association Bowman Sales Charles G. Eyster Fund of YCCF Allegro Vineyards Aztech Data Systems, Inc. Brewery Products Company Charles J. Helb Trust American Association of University Bailey Travel Service Briarwood Golf Course Charlotte R. & Kermit H. Elfner Trust Women Book Group #1 Bank of New York Mellon Corp Bricker’s Famous French Fries Chesapeake Lighting American Cancer Society Banyan Consulting, LLC Brownie Troop 20018 Chester H. Thomas Foundation American College of Radiology Barley Advisors, LLC Brown’s Orchard & Farm Market Chreston K. Briggs Trust American Heart Association, Inc. Barley Snyder Employees City Floors, Inc. American Lung Association of the Barton Associates, Inc. The Bruce R. and Madelyn G. Snyder City of York Mid-Atlantic Basile Insurance Agency Foundation Class of 2013/Nurse Anesthetist AmerisourceBergen Services Corp. BDP International Employees Buchart-Horn, Inc. Program Anesthesia Associates of York PA, Inc. Bernard F. Young Estate Buckingham Mountain Foundation Colony Papers, Inc. Anexinet Bertha M. Noss Joseph Trust C.H. Reed, Inc. Conestoga Pulmonary & Sleep Angels Giving To Those In Need, Inc. Beryl Companies Cancer Care Associates of York Medicine Anixter Inc. Beshore & Koller, Inc. CBY Systems, Inc. Consolidated School of Business Anna F. Steigelman Estate Bethany U.M. Church/Four Fold Friends CDW Contact Center 2013 Annual Report 21


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    Convanta Lancaster, Inc. Emigsville Otterbein United Methodist Girard A.A. Ladies Auxilliary Herbert M. Rehmeyer Trust Johnson Controls Charitable CORE Design Group Church Girl Scout Troop 20992 Heritage Condominium Association Contribution Committee Country Club of York Emory E. Grove Trust Girl Scout Troop 21119 Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference Joyce M. Ottemiller Estate County of York Operating Account Employees of WellSpan Orthopedics Glatco Credit Union Center Katherman, Briggs & Greenberg, LLP Cub Scouts Den 10/Pack 54 Estate of Bertha V. Martz Glatfelter Heritage Valley Federal Credit Union Keeney Charitable Trust Cumulus Media Eta Eta Chapter Sigma Theta Tau Glatfelter Company Power & Steam Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Keller-Brown Insurance CUNA Mutual Group Ettline Foods Dept. Hewlett Packard Kinard Trucking, Inc. D&D Enterprises of Pendelton Express Scripts Glatfelter Insurance Group Highmark Foundation King Family Charitable Fund D.S.S. Faith United Lutheran Parish Glen Rock Mill Inn HKS Architects Kinsley Construction, Inc. Dallastown Area Basketball Boosters Family First Health Global Impact Holiday Inn & Conference Center Kinsley Foundation Dallastown Cougar Football Family Health Council of Central Goldie D. Sechrist Estate Honey Run Golf Club Kleppers Key Shop, Inc. Dallastown Soccer Booster Club Pennsylvania, Inc. The Graham Foundation Honeywell Hometown Solutions Kohl’s David M. & Peter J. Mancuso, Inc. FASTSIGNS The Graham Group Hospice & Community Care L. Romaine Glatfelter Trust Dell Feldmann Family Fund of the York Great West Life & Annuity Insurance Co. Humphries Family Fun Walk La Guadalajara Delta Dental of Pennsylvania County Community Foundation Greenmount Cemetary & Cremation IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Ladies Auxiliary WY Memorial VFW 8951 Dennis Z. Smith Insurance Agency The Financial Advisory Group Garden Program Ladies Sunshine Group Dentsply Employee Gift Committee First Capital Federal Credit Union Griffith, Strickler, Lerman, Solymos & IGS Knives Inc. Laird Technologies Dentsply Inc. Foundation First Capital Insulation, Inc. Calkins Indian Rock Elementary Casual Day Latte Da Derr Flooring Co. Francine and Ivan Butler Fund of YCCF Hanover Anesthesiology & Pain Committee Leach Wallace Associates, Inc. Dover Fire Police Francis A. Hoodner Trust Medicine Industrial Piping Systems Lincolnway Pool Ladies Dueco, Inc. Francis J. Braithwaite Trust Harley-Davidson Foundation Integra Lucy Forry Eisenhart Memorial Fund of Earl W. Spahr Estate Franklin Stevens Jewelers Harley-Davidson, Inc. Intelliprint Solutions, Inc. the YCCF East Berlin Family Medicine Friends at OSS Health Harmony Grove Community Church Jack W. Wozny Estate M&T Bank East Side Auto Sales, LLC Frito-Lay Harmony Products, Inc. Janet K. Benfer Trust M. Potteiger Roofing, Inc. East York Diner Fulton Bank-Drovers Division Hawk Gunning Club Jeanette S. Everhart Trust M.S. Grumbacher Foundation Edgar I. Garrett Fund of YCCF Garber Metrology Health Resources and Services Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches March of Dimes, Central PA Edris Oil Service GEA Refrigeration of North America Administration John B. Steigelman Estate Markey Builders Inc. Edwill B. & Rachel H. Miller Trust General Machine Works Heffner Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. John D. and Kathryn W. Zimmerman Masonry Preservation Services, Inc. Edwill B. Miller Trust Geneva Trout Trust Heidler Roofing Services, Inc. Fund Matrix Elsner Engineering Works, Inc. George and Dianne Thornton Private Helen M. Watkins Estate John J. Landes Trust Matthews Casket Division EMC Corporation Foundation Helping Hands Small Group/Pleasant John W. Keffer Funeral Home and Mellie I. Glatfelter Trust Emergency Health Services Federation, Gettle Incorporated View COB Crematory, Inc. Metro Bank Inc. GingerBabies Catering, LLC Henry Scein Animal Health John Wright Store & Restaurant Military & Commercial Fastener Corp. 22 2013 Annual Report


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    Miller Plant Farm, Inc. Pace Resources Inc. Pleasant Grove U.M. Church Reinsel Kuntz Lesher, LLP - York Schaedler Yesco Distribution, Inc. Monarch Products Co., Inc. Paul and Margie Smith Charitable Pleasant View Church Reisinger Poultry Schmuck Lumber Co., Inc. Morex Corporation Foundation Pleasureville American Legion Post 799 Rick’s Lawn Care Select Specialty Hospital - Central Morgan Collins Realtors Paul Zeigler Real Estate PNC Bank Ride for Red Pennsylvania, LP Morgan Stanley c/o Cybergrants Pearl Prowell Trust of YCCF Poker Run to honor Sheri Martin River’s Truck Center, Inc. Sheraton Baltimore North Motor Menders Rod & Custom Club Penn Waste, Inc. Porky’s Place BBQ South rL Solutions Shiloh American Legion 791- Auxiliary Motter Foundation Fund of York County Penn-Air & Hydraulics Precision Custom Components Robert C. Fluhrer Trust Unit Community Foundation Pennex Aluminum Prince Athletic Association Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Shiloh Lutheran Church Mula Architechts Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurses Print-O-Stat ROCK Commercial Real Estate, LLC Shipley Energy National Recovery Agency Pennsylvania Department of Health Pro-Builders Rooster Social Club Shrewsbury True Value Plus Network for Good PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Co. Product Design & Development Inc. Rost & Associates Siemens Industry, Inc. New Freedom Lioness Club Pepsi Beverages Company Project Linus - Cumberland/Dauphin Rotary Club of York Simplicity Cycles NICU Staff Perform Group, LLC Chapter Round Hill Presbyterian Church Site Design Concepts, Inc. Northern York County Regional Police PFG Capital, LP Project Linus - Lancaster/Lititz Rubbermaid Clinical SKF USA Inc. Northwest Savings Bank Corporate Pharmaceutical Strategies Group, LP Prospect Hill Cemetery Rubee Z. Salon Ski Roundtop Offices Philip & Anne Glatfelter III Family Quick Six Beer Mart, Inc. S & D Auto Service Snow Time, Inc. Nuance Communications, Inc. Foundation R. Norris and Company Fine Jewelers, S & H Express Snyder’s-Lance Nursing Staff 6 Main Philip A. & Elizabeth J. Hoover Fund Inc. S & S Precision Tool, Inc. Sons of the American Legion, Old Westminster Realty, Inc. of YCCF Rachel Heckert Miller Trust S. Walter Stauffer Fund of YCCF Squadron 455 Optimist Club of East York, Inc. Phillips Family Foundation Red Hill Auto Safe Kids Worldwide SotirIS Information Strategies Orbitz Worldwide Phillips Group Red Lion Bus, Inc. Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church Source Automotive Group, LLC Out Door Country Club of York Phoenixx Design Associates, LLC Red Lion Girls Soccer Booster Club Sam & Tony’s South York Chapter of Thrivent P.I.N.K. Physician Billing Service Regents’ Glen Country Club Sarah A.K. Hoober Trust Financial for Lutherans 2013 Annual Report 23


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