2015-03-12 / Front Page

Normans, Adairs honored for dedication



Wills Memorial Hospital CEO Jane Echols and Community Relations Director Susan Pope place the names of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman on the WMH Benefactor Board to honor them for their continued commitment to the hospital. “Mr. Norman just recently retired from serving on the Hospital Authority for 27 years,” Echols said. “We appreciate all that he has done to advance the hospital. The Normans are truly dedicated to Wills Memorial Hospital and our community.” In addition, Lefreda Adair and the late Dr. M.C. Adair were honored as Ambassadors of WMH Foundation for their generous contributions to the hospital over many years, Pope said. “Dr. Adair was a prominent physician in Washington for over 30 years, and Mrs. Lefreda has served on the hospital Auxiliary for over 20 years and continues to volunteer weekly in the Auxiliary office. We are so thankful for the dedication to the hospital that the Adairs have shown throughout the years.” Wills Memorial Hospital CEO Jane Echols and Community Relations Director Susan Pope place the names of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman on the WMH Benefactor Board to honor them for their continued commitment to the hospital. “Mr. Norman just recently retired from serving on the Hospital Authority for 27 years,” Echols said. “We appreciate all that he has done to advance the hospital. The Normans are truly dedicated to Wills Memorial Hospital and our community.” In addition, Lefreda Adair and the late Dr. M.C. Adair were honored as Ambassadors of WMH Foundation for their generous contributions to the hospital over many years, Pope said. “Dr. Adair was a prominent physician in Washington for over 30 years, and Mrs. Lefreda has served on the hospital Auxiliary for over 20 years and continues to volunteer weekly in the Auxiliary office. We are so thankful for the dedication to the hospital that the Adairs have shown throughout the years.”

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