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St. Margaret’s Health receives United Way honor

St. Margaret’s Health received the United Way Platinum Heart Award. Pictured are Daryk Brayton (left), United Way board president; Brittney Moriarity, St. Margaret’s Mission Integration team member; Karen Gress, vice president of Ancillary and Support Services; Tim Muntz, president and CEO of St. Margaret’s Health; Julie Sloan, United Way executive director; Cheryl Pagoria, St. Margaret’s Mission Integration team member; and Steve Siska, United Way board member and HUSKY chairperson.
St. Margaret’s Health received the United Way Platinum Heart Award. Pictured are Daryk Brayton (left), United Way board president; Brittney Moriarity, St. Margaret’s Mission Integration team member; Karen Gress, vice president of Ancillary and Support Services; Tim Muntz, president and CEO of St. Margaret’s Health; Julie Sloan, United Way executive director; Cheryl Pagoria, St. Margaret’s Mission Integration team member; and Steve Siska, United Way board member and HUSKY chairperson.

SPRING VALLEY — St. Margaret’s Health received the United Way Platinum Heart Award. This award recognizes a firm or organization’s deep commitment to the community as demonstrated through visionary leadership, proactive strategies and the foster of organizational philosophy to give back.

St. Margaret’s is a supporter of the United Way HUSKY (helping underprivileged school kids year-round) program. Last year, the United Way was able to serve 31 local schools and provide 4,500 students with school supplies through the HUSKY program.

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