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Hospital guild installs officers The Providence St....

Hospital guild installs officers

The Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Guild recognition and

installation tea was June 11 at Lakeside Golf Club in Toluca Lake.

Father James Toal gave the invocation and a blessing to


president-elect Julie McArdle for the coming year.

President Donna Mahoney welcomed provisional member Patricia

Scully as an active member and new 2003-04 provisional members Lila

Barkett, Kathleen Marsden and Irene Murgida. She also welcomed Bebe


Tamberg as a contributing member and Father Toal as an honorary


Donna then presented Treasurer Pat Curtin with a plaque citing the

outstanding service she has given to the guild for 23 years. Dodee

Packard, tea chairwoman, was introduced and applauded.

President Mahoney presented Patricia Modrzejewski, executive

director of Providence Health System Foundation, with a $240,000

donation toward the guild’s pledge for a High Dose Brachytherapy


Device for Radiation Oncology. The donation represents funds raised

by the guild from its Gift Gallery and Thrift Shop and its

Fall-Spring Events for the year June 2002 through May.

Angie Scholl, the guild’s poet laureate, installed the new

executive board. They are President McArdle, First Vice President

Terri Lee, Second Vice President Lucy Brown, Treasurer Pat Curtin,

Recording Secretary Jerry Beth Delauney, Corresponding Secretary

Phyllis Raduenz, Fall Event Director Janice Khoury, Spring Event


Director Carolynn Finnegan, Special Event Director Betty McMaster and

Finance Director Josie McCurley.

Each received a hat especially decorated with her particular field

of expertise, all done with humorous commentary. Outgoing President

Donna Mahoney presented McArdle with the president’s gavel and the

key to the office.

McArdle then welcomed everyone and thanked them for their support.

Photographs were taken of the new board and refreshments were served

at the conclusion of the formal meeting.