Spring2011 Firm Foundations PAGE 3 PAGE 4 St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation PAGE 6 Board of BUILDING Directors St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation Firm Foundations Board of Directors set the pace for Recently St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center’s Board of Directors and the St. a year filled with successes. Each Joseph’s Hospital Foundation Board have boldly stepped forward to embrace change and have gone as far as utilizing it as one of the pivot points of upcoming strategic Board member is committed to planning. Though generally, each of the groups would be addressing far different the mission of St. Joseph’s Hospital issues, currently they are focused on like matters. and Health Center, and serves Alignment has been a key goal of both Boards. Physician alignment, employee align- with a heart of stewardship. We ment and community alignment are all areas that have increased in focus. Times thank them for their dedication to have changed greatly in the world of healthcare. Nationwide hospitals struggle with ensuring that the care at St. Joseph’s inadequate reimbursement for services while trying to provide a high level of care Hospital remains accessible and to their patients. Quality care is necessary and requires a commitment to investing affordable to all members of the in top-notch technology, well-trained and qualified staff and a line of services which community. best meet the needs of the community. St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center’s Hospital Board of Directors and Foundation Board are moving forward purposefully to address these challenges. St. JOSePH’S HOSPital & HealtH center The Hospital’s Board of Directors is developing its plan with an emphasis on creat- BOard Of directOrS ing firm foundations for future growth and on-going financial stability. Members Mike Lefor, Chairperson have reached out to Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and built strong relationships Vaune Cripe, Vice Chairperson with the regional and national board members. Additionally, they have utilized the Jon Hendrickson, Treasurer knowledge base available on the city and county level government while inviting in- Paul Steffes Dr. Mark Hinrichs put from community leaders and area residents. These relationships have netted the Jon Frantsvog Sr. Marie Damian Glatt purchase of a parcel of land intended as the future site of a new hospital, as well as Scott Meschke Eugene Jackson guidance to services that best meet the needs of those who make this area their home. Dr. Tom Arnold In a supporting role, the Foundation’s Board has focused on helping build the Jeffrey Drop, Senior Vice President, resources that best support the goals of the hospital. The Foundation’s plan targets Division Executive Officer, Catholic Health Initiatives Reed Reyman, President/CEO increasing our fundraising capacity to support the growing capital and service area needs of the hospital. St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center is an essential benefit Medical Staff PreSident to our community. Our goal is to develop partnerships with every business, organi- Dr. Cory Rathgaber zation, group and individual who wishes to supports our hospital and fOUndatiOn BOard MeMBerS its mission. Jim Ozbun, Chairperson Scott Meschke, Vice Chairperson Jon Hendrickson, Treasurer Jason Hopfauf Shirley Dukart Craig Steve Monica Peterson Lisa Kostelecky Deb Kudrna CB “Buck” Haas Shawn Fitterer Irene Schafer Lloyd Schnaidt Susie Lefor Ryan Beck Roene Hulsing Reed Reyman Jodi Bosch, Interim Foundation Director Kathy Long, Administrative Assistant Brent Hanson, Assistant Director Cynthia Rooney-Olson, VP North Region Catholic Health Initiatives page2 FirmFoundations tAKING CArE of our Community St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center is a non-profit organi- pay for it without assistance. Many of the recipients of Char- zation. A requirement to maintain that status is to provide ity Care insist on paying as much as they possibly can, and are service to the community in which the organization is set. uncomfortable accepting the support. Charity Care is one of the many ways that St. Joseph’s Hospital Further, the Mission of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health gives back to the community. Center and Catholic Health Initiatives is “to nurture the heal- Last year, St. Joseph’s Hospital provided $987,905.00 in Char- ing ministry of the Church by bringing it new life, energy and ity Care to those who qualified. Individuals who are eligible viability in the 21st century. Fidelity to the Gospel urges us to to receive Charity Care are what one may consider those who emphasize human dignity and social justice as we move toward “fall through the cracks.” Usually they have a job and are the creation of healthier communities.” making a living. However, their job generally does not offer In brief, our mission is to take care of the people who come insurance and they cannot afford it on their own. They often through our doors and to reach out to those who do not, to make too much to qualify for services like Medicaid. When a make our community a better place for all of us to live. major medical event occurs in their life they cannot afford to Thank You for your ongoing support and commitment to St. Joseph’s Hospital and St. JoSEPh’S hoSPItAL DoNAtES tImE to LAUNDEr for Health Center and to the St. Joseph’s Hospital staff laundered over 1000 coats to be FOUNDATION donated to “Coats for Kids” this last September for area kids in need. We hope you enjoy reading our headlines for 2010. Spring2011 page3 St. JoSEPh’S SUrGICAL CArE CLINIC GEtS New Technology Patients save time and money The Hyfrecator 2000 sounds like something out of a futuristic science fiction movie, but in fact, it’s the newest piece of tech- nology in St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center’s Surgical Care Clinic. Although it’s not futuristic, it is cutting edge and very scientific. “We jokingly refer to it as “the lumps, bumps, mole, cysts and warts remover,” says Reine Kulish, Director of Clinic Administration at St. Joseph’s Hospital. “Hyfrecator is kind of hard to say.” Whatever it’s called, the new technology offers a wide variety of services that simplify and enhance patients’ visits to the Surgi- cal Care Clinic. Its main purpose is to cauterize tissue to stop bleeding caused by surgical procedures, so that patients are able to have minor outpatient office procedures and return home. The Hyfrecator 2000 saves patients time and expense, and reduces scheduling challenges where otherwise multiple visits would be necessary. “It will often allow a procedure to be done in a single visit, or even possibly St. JoSEPh’S EmPLoyEES during a consultation,” Kulish explains. “Naturally, each case is individual, CoNtrIBUtE to Amen Food but it’s wonderful to have the option and the capability.” Additionally, it will allow simple outpatient procedures and surgeries that Pantry once required scheduling up in the St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center Surgical Unit, to be performed right inside the St. Joseph’s Surgical Care Clinic, another convenience to patients. More involved surgeries and procedures such as appendectomy, gall blad- Each year the Christian Effectiveness Com- der, colonoscopy, breast biopsy and other general and specialized surgeries mittee which is part of the Mission Depart- will continue to be performed in St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center’s ment at St. Joseph’s Hospital, sponsors a Surgery Unit. food drive for one of the local non-profit If you’d like to know more about the Hyfrecator 2000, you can call St. agencies or organizations in need. Employ- Joseph’s Surgical Care Clinic at 701-456-4258. You can visit the clinic with ees of the hospital donated several boxes of or without a referral. food this year to Amen Food Pantry. In July, the Foundation hosted 144 golfers 2010 cOMMit tee MeMBerS and more than 20 volunteers at Heart River DJ Charbonneau Golf Course for the Foundation’s 19th Tom Fath Annual Golf Sports Classic. It was perfect Shawn Fitterer golfing weather as the group of golfers head- Jeremy Heidecker ed out for the day filled with fun and lots Mike Staudinger of sun. The 2010 Golf Sports Classic raised Teri Lynn Steckler over $13,000 to support medical equipment Danielle Wahl in our Surgical Care Clinic and also syringe Ken Weisenberger pumps for Babykind. Save the date for our Dennis Cannon upcoming event on July 9th, 2011. Jodi Bosch page4 FirmFoundations foUNDAtIoN PUrChASES New lab equipment St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center’s new GeneXpert cultures, which could take several days to produce results. In analyzer is on-board and running, which makes St. Joseph’s the case where a patient’s infection must be treated immediately the first hospital in the region to offer molecular diagnostics reduce risk. Waiting 24 hours for a sample to grow and then and advanced on-site laboratory tests to detect the DNA allowing up to an additional 24 hours to identify the bacteria, of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), became an unacceptable wait time. Clostridium difficile (C-diff) and Vancomycin-resistant Molecular testing is a different way to identify bacteria. The enterococci (VRE), in mere hours of receiving the specimen. GeneXpert takes a DNA sample and then sets off a chain This method provides analysis of infectious disease at least 12 reaction to quickly produce millions of copies of it. As the times faster than previous methods. quantity increases, color indicators identify the bacteria “Current infectious disease testing involves a typical turna- present in the sample. Within an hour or two, lab results can round window of 24-48 hours,” explains Crystal Robinson, be provided to the physician so an accurate diagnosis and Director of Laboratory and Respiratory Care at St. Joseph’s course of treatment can be quickly implemented. Hospital and Health Center. “MRSA, C-diff and VRE now The GeneXpert eliminates multiple challenges. For example, will be tested in less than 2 hours of receiving the specimen since doctors now have quick and correct answers to their pa- using the GeneXpert. This faster and more accurate molecu- tient’s infection status, prescribing antibiotics that might not lar testing platform is a welcome addition to our patient care work, or that may cause severe or unwanted side effects, or services.” quarantining a patient unnecessarily, can be avoided. It also The GeneXpert tests for the presence of bacteria, including that reduces the costs in terms of health and finances. Addition- of infectious life-threatening diseases like MRSA, which enables ally, doctors can now be armed more quickly and accurately doctors to make quicker and more informed treatment deci- with the information they need to begin patient treatment. sions. Before molecular testing, samples were used to grow lab “It’s a nice tool because it allows us to take care of our pa- tients faster,” states David Kuylen, MD. “It improves patient health outcomes by getting us results in a couple hours rather than a couple of days. A primary benefit is that it allows us to give patient’s answers in a quicker time frame and to reas- sure them and put their minds at ease. It’s important to keep “the care” in patient care, and this new technology helps us to do that.” Lab staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center has been trained in the use of the GeneXpert and was prepared for doctors to begin requesting molecular testing March 1. If you would like more information about the GeneXpert you may call 701-456-4476. Spring2011 page5 ChArIty BALL GUEStS mINGLE Old Hollywood Style The 2010 Charity Ball was a glamor- around by lovely Charity Ball Commit- ous event and an overwhelming success. tee members. With an Old Hollywood theme of red, The Elk’s provided a delicious meal black and white, and cardboard cut-outs which included edible flowers that re- of James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and ally tickled some of the guests who had John Wayne, guests could be seen min- an entertaining time eating them. The gling in costumes and outfits that ranged evening finished off with the return of from flappers and saloon girls, to mafia a back-by-popular request band, “Betty dons and dashing gentleman. There was Does.” The dance floor stayed full the also the usual combination of stun- entire night. ning ensembles and dapper suits, with a strong dash of color added into the mix. The goal of the event was to raise dollars Over 250 guests attended. toward a fetal monitoring system for Babykind at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Cigarette girls walked among guests Health Center. The system monitors offering candy cigarettes and chocolate mother and child during labor and de- cigars with the added bonus of a ticket livery, allows the physician instant access for a raffle good for a trip to Cancun. to the patient’s progress, and enhances The hours that Charity Ball commit- positive outcomes for both mother and tee members dedicated to decorations, child. menu planning and design, paid off in full with numerous compliments of ap- “We’re so pleased with every aspect of proval and appreciation for their efforts. the Ball,” says Jodi Bosch, Develop- Centerpieces of old-fashioned film reels ment Coordinator. We’ve heard repeat- and film were accented with red plumes edly how much fun everyone had, how nestled in elegant white gladiolas. delicious the food was, how great a selection of auction items we provided, The Auction Committee took a bow how impressive the decorations were, for the varied selection of items they and at the heart of it, it’s our pleasure to collected for the Silent and Live auc- provide it as a committee and a Hospital tions, and individuals and businesses in for our community. It’s exciting to work the community received a well-deserved in partnership with our community to salute of recognition for their creativity ensure the quality healthcare that we all and generosity in providing items, time, deserve.” 2010 cHaritY Ball cOMMittee services and monetary donations. Starla Odegaard Tara Bieber Next year’s plans for the Charity Ball In addition to the fun turn out of com- are already in the works, but for now Brenda Bonnet Irene Schafer Laurie Strommen Candace Smith munity members, the St. Joseph’s Hos- everything is hush-hush. One thing is Kathy Bren Garnet Tisor pital and Health Center Senior Manage- no secret, the date is set for November Kathy Olin Tara Laber ment team, medical staff, hospital staff, Phyllis Cannon Jodi Bosch 19, 2011. If you would like information Bryan Kostelecky Dennis Cannon and the dedicated Hospital and Founda- about supporting or attending the Char- Susie Lefor tion Board members were in attendance. ity Ball, you may call the St. Joseph’s cHaritY Ball aUctiOn cOMMittee Bidding was snappy and entertaining, Hospital and Health Center Foundation DJ Charbonneau Teri Lynn Steckler as pictures of the items were simultane- Office at 701-456-4363. Susie Lefor Cebe Schneider ously broadcast on a screen and carried page6 FirmFoundations with gratitude to oUr DoNorS The following donors generously supported St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation during calendar year 2010 (January 1, 2010-December 31, 2010). Their contributions helped the Hospital continue its tradition of excellence by providing funds to purchase new equipment, support healthcare education and community health programs and provide care for those in need. It is with pleasure and deep gratitude that we recognize the following donors: annuaL giVing partnerS ($1,000-$4999) Ladbury Funeral Service CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Dennis and Phyllis Cannon Marathon Oil Company Allan’s Decorating Center, Inc. Paul and Gail Ebeltoft Medora C Store Baker Boy Shannon and Audra Galster Medtronic Bank of the West Pat and Lisa Giese Missouri Basin Well Service Berger Electric, Inc. Jamie Glasser Pizza Ranch Braun Distributing Patrick and Jill Healy Quality Quick Print Britton Jewelers, LTD Dr. Mark and Michelle Hinrichs Ramada Grand Dakota Lodge Bull and Bear Resources, LLC Ashley Holmes Rehab Visions Charbonneau Car Center Susie Lefor Riddle’s Jewelry Consolidated Telcom Scott and Tammy Meschke SDI Health LLC Dakota Bone and Joint Tim and Jackie Priebe Stevenson Funeral Home DCI Credit Services, Inc. Reed and Sandra Reyman Denny’s Electric & Motor Repair, Inc. Dan Sandaker SupporterS ($500-$999) Dickinson Park & Recreation Dept. Ivan and Beryl Sievers Mike and Connie Armstrong Dickinson Press Paul and Laurie Steffes Jil Baird Dickinson State University Troy and Jodi Bosch Elks Lodge CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Nate Bouray and Jen Grosz Horace Mann All American Travel Judy Brackel I-Keating Furniture American Bank Center Tyson and Teresa Bren Irsfeld Pharmacy Applebees’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar DJ Charbonneau KQCD TV-STC Broadcasting. Inc. Big K Industries Richard and Shirley Dukart Mortenson Construction Bison Pipeline, LLC Dennis and Nancy Jo Johnson Mystical Minds Blackridge II, LLC Frank Karsky Parkway Ford Lincoln & Mercury Bosch Lumber Company David and Barb Kitzan Pound ‘Em Productions Branson Consulting Quentin and Carol Kitzan Southwest Wireless Dakota Community Bank Bryan, Dorothy and Twila Kostelecky St. John’s Lutheran Church Dickinson Ready Mix Company Stacey Milanovich Stallion Oilfield Service Ebeltoft. Sickler. Lawyers Guy and Sandy Moos Theodore Roosevelt Medora Found. Fisher Industries Jim and Sonja Ozbun Tooz Construction, Inc. Freestyle Framing John and Sue Prange Viking Glass of ND, Inc. Helmerich & Payne, IDC Jeff and Marya Skaare Western Cooperative Credit Union Kirkwood Bank and Trust James and Teri Lynn Steckler Western Edge Aviation Knights of Columbus Council 6308 Spring2011 Page7 FriendS ($1-$499) Rae Lynn Binstock Helen Christianson Earl and Sue Abrahamson Greg and April Bishop Beth and Kevin Clyde Frances Adams Greg and Jacqueline Blikre Bobbie Coffee Lidia Anchondo Margie Blunt Katherine Conaway Duane and JoAnne Anderson Jill Boch Gary and Debra Conlon Paul Anderson Karen Boehm Gloria Conlon William and Tamala Anderson Terry Boehm Dorothy Crandall Bill and Shirley Andrus Melvin and Marie Boeshans Gregory Cray Jack and Judy Anton Jory and Tonya Boltz Roger and Paula Cymbaluk Jackson and Marissa Armstrong Ronnie and Barb Boltz Katherine Dassinger and Family Mike and Connie Armstrong Mike Brost and Brenda Bonnet JoAnn Decker Dr. Thomas and Marie Arnold Floyd and Lucille Borchert Martha Decker Margaret Aspenleiter Sandra Botteicher Patricia Decker Friends of the Assumption Abbey Robert and Caroline Bovee Don and Esther Deen Emanuel Auch Karen Boyer James and Claudia Diefenderfer Greg and Melissa Bachmeier Judy Brackel Alvin and Ida Mae Dietz Rebecca Bailey Kevin and Amy Braun John and Kimberly Dixon Jil Baird David and Shirley Bray Leona Dolechek Michael and Tami Ballard Dean and Kelly Bredeken Kent and Ramona Dressler Family Glenn Baranko Harvey and Barb Bren Jacquelyn Duerre Rick and Kay Baranko James and Lorraine Bren John and Grace Dukart Tom and Darla Baranko Lillian Bren Rosemary Dukart Faron and Laureen Barnhart Roger and Linda Brew Arlys and Milo Dullum Ken and Leona Barnhart Wayne and Debby Brock Charles and Gertrude Duttenhefer Bob Bartle Ray and Mary Pat Bruels Gary and Betty Duttenhefer Ryan and Christy Beck Raymond Brydl Eddy Dvorak Linda Beitelspacher Janet Buchholz Robert and Elaine Dvorak Pauline Berger Leon and Angie Buckhouse Rose Dvorak Sally Berger Gene Buehner Trust Harley and Josie Dyer Todd and LuAnn Berger Don and Janice Bullinger Elizabeth Dykema Cindy Bergman Frances Bullinger Ann Eberts Scott and Tara Bieber Bob and Marge Buresh Edwin and Gwen Egly Edward Biel Valerie Casciato Jon and Kathy Ekblad Diana Binstock Loran and Bernette Casey Vivian Elkins Ethel Binstock Alvin Chalupnik Everette and Kim Enno SALUtE to Volunteers The Volunteers Services Department at in caring for our patients and their St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center families. Additionally, over 6,000 hours recruited 44 junior and adult volunteers were contributed by college students in 2010, and brought the total number and medical students interning and of volunteers at St. Joseph’s to over completing rotations this last year. 200. Based on a national standard, Volunteers gave not only of their time, the volunteers contributed more than but also of their personal resources. In 15,000 hours in 2010 at a contribution the last two years, they purchased over of $257,504.12. The Volunteers at St. $13,000 in hospital needed items. For Joseph’s Hospital fulfill many important more information about our Volunteer roles and are a critical component Program, call 456-4463. page8 FirmFoundations Jason and Angie Erickson George and Eileen Gunderson Martha Jablonsky Jared and Brenda Erie Calvin and Nancy Gustafson Bradly Jaeger La Del and Pam Evoniuk Kurt and Bertie Gustafson Jeremy and Tesha Jahner Dwight Faiman Elsie Guthmiller Archie Jalbert Carmen Faller Amber Gwin David Janz Tom and Nicole Fath Dora Gwin Brian Jennings Ralph and Judith Fegel Norman and Vonnie Haakenson Dr.Thomas and Joyce Jensen Bernard and Charlotte Ficek Travis Hafner Leona Jilek Charles and Judith Finck Mary Haich Irene Jirges Dan Finken Jake Haider Mike and Teri JK Foods, Inc. Donald and Eleanora Fischer Chet and Michelle Halvorson Janet Johanson Brian and Amanda Fisher Alan Hannah Larry and Ruth Johnson Edwin Fitterer Dale Hansen Richard Johnson Gregg and Melanie Fitterer Rose Hatzenbuehler Richard and Doreen Johnson Ruth Fitterer Melfrieda Hauck Tom and Arlys Jorda Vernon Flegler Beata Havelka Edna Jorde Ryan Found-it-Now Aaron Hawkinson Ronald Jorissen Rodger and Sharlene Fraase John and Kathy Hebert Arnold and Patricia Jost David Franchuk Lee and Rhonda Hecker Curt and Darla Jost Elsie Franchuk Lynn or Jeanne Hecker Susie Kapelovitz Mary Franchuk Victoria Hecker Cindy Kary Anna Marie Frank Blanche Heidt Magdalene Kathrein Betty Frank Caroline Heidt Vickie Keller Carol Frank Clement and Mary Ann Heidt Agnes Kelly Michael and Marcia Frank Margaret Heidt Andrew Kennedy Tillie Frenzel Rosemary Heidt Christ and Terry Kessel Frank and Linda Fridrich Clint and Jodee Heim Gary and Jayleen Kessel Marlene Friedt Verla Heim George and Irene Kessel James and Donna Fritz Eileen Heinert Goldie Kessel Larry and Linda Fritz Mildred Heinle Greg and Stacey Kessel Patrick and Coralie Frohlich Blaine and Barb Herauf Pauline Kessel Janet Fugere Evelyn Herold Roger and Lynette Kessel Bob and Linda Fus Phyllis Herold Larry and Roberta Ketterling Gerald and Anita Galloway Vince and Georgiann Hibl LaVonne Kinney Dan and Lori Galster Gerty Hinsz Al Kisse Burke Gardner Verlin Hinsz Howard and Leatrice Kitchen Donald and Janis Gartner Glen and Renee Hochhalter Denver and April Kitzan Casey and Colette Gjermundson Leona Hoff Betty Kleeman Bryan and Tanya Glass Thomas and Rita Hoff Kyle or Denay Klein Shirley Godes Gregory and Jennifer Hoffer Arlene Kloefkorn Victor and Gail Goetz Kerry and Carol Hoffman Virginia Knaup Lona Gordon Laurie Hoffman Hubert Knopik Todd and Janice Greenwood Bruce and Vicky Honchorenko Bethol Knutson Salmina Greff Albert and Effie Hondl Reuben and Phyllis Knutson Ray Gress Larry and Rhonda Huizenga Loretta Koch David Gresser Dennis and Roene Hulsing Arnold and Margaret Koffler Melissa Gross James and Mary Irsfeld Rodger and Shirley Koffler Duane and Bea Grundhauser Gladys Isaak Curtis and Janel Kolar Jerry and Mary Guenther Dwight Iverson Arnie and Sue Kopp Mary Guenther Angeline Jablonsky Kathy Koppinger Marge Gulbranson Larry and Shirley Jablonsky Eddie and Angie Kostelecky Spring2011 page9 Timmy Smith Kostelecky Diane McConnell Ardyce Palaniuk Drs. Gregg and Simin Kovacs Kelly McCormick Charles and Ursula Palmer Maggie Krance Sidney McMahen Joe Pasicznyk Bernie Krebs Elaine Mead Sam and Donna Pasicznyk Louise Krebs Jerry and Frances Meduna Lee and Corrine Pavlicek Luella Krebs Melvin and Dorothy Meduna Hilda Pavlish Wayne and Rose Krebs Mike and Becki Mehrens Ken Pavlish Tim and Amy Kreidt Pete and Clara Mesling Frank and Louise Pearson Harley and Gloria Krein Pauline Messmer Janet Pender Morton Krieg, DDS Dean and Shirley Meyer Pete and Edna Petersen Karla Krueger Kay Mikkelsen Agnes Peterson Robbi and Trina Kudrna Stacey Milanovich Monica Peterson Cleo Kulish Martin and Margaret Miller Rose Pflepsen Carol Kuntz Mary S. Miller David and Marjorie Polanchek Florian and Deborah Kuntz Eddy Mitzel Roger and Carol Pottorff Leo J. and Mildred Kuntz Martha Monke Alena Praus Magdalena Kuntz LeRoy Mosbrucker Ervin Praus Dr. David and Larae Kuylen Nancy Mosbrucker Paulette Praus Constance Ladbury Jane Muggli A. James Privratsky Sandra Lammert Russ and Marci Murphy Mary M. Privratsky John and Venita Lampl Jane and Page Myers Ralph and Mary Jo Privratsky Ava Lanes Chuck and Connie Nasello Rudy Privratsky Stanley Lang Dr. Jay and Jamy Nelson Marcie Propst Marvin and Marie Lantz Palmer Nelson Amanda Putala Ramona Larsen Pet Nichols Jean Putman Alan and Judy Larson Arlone Nordby Vranna Quinn Greg and Beth Lefor Arlinda O’Brien Wayne Rau Kenneth and Carol Lefor Bill and Lana O’Brien Perry and Alicia Redmond Mike and Sherryl Lefor Birdie O’Brien Karla Reindel Theodora Lengowski Darnell O’Brien Cody and Julie Reis Dr. Eric LeVeen Chad and Kim Obrigewitch Gladys Reisenauer Rod and Janet Lindbo Maurice and Bernette Obrigewitch Brian, Lisa, Austin and Lance Reiter Larry and Geraldine Lippert Regina Obritsch Warren Rhodes Scott Lippert Wesley and Julie Obritsch Byron and Kathleen Richard Donald Loh Ardene O’Connell Ray and Rita Richard Joe and Lorraine Loh Michael and Starla Odegaard Frances Ridl Levi and Kathy Long Randy Olheiser Jean Ridl Rosemary Lothspeich Sharon Olheiser Martha Ridl Dale and Tammy Luhman Jack and Velma Olin Marian Ringwall Todd and Denise Lutz Scott and Kathy Olin Gene and Marge Robinson Helene MacDonald Sherri Olson Arnold and Colleen Rodakowski Henry and Cherie Mack Arden Omlid David and Karen Rodakowski Roman and Mary Ann Malarchick Inga Omlid Luke Rodakowski Tamra Maltese Ronald and Helen Ostby Irene Rohde Deborah Mann Kyle Kuznia Mardella Rohde Frances Marsh Ardean Ouellette Barbara Rohr Helen Marsh Dan and Kathy Oukrop Dean and Roberta Rolle Kim and Mary Anne Marsh Eric Owen Charles and Jeannie Roshau Anna Marty David and Renee Paasch Karen Rowe Mary Massad Leona Pachl Jan Rustad Lynn and Robyn McChesney Harold and Joanne Pahlmeyer Dennis and Dava Rustan page10 FirmFoundations Kenny and Shirley Sample Tracy and Nichole Tooz George and Arlene Zarak Dr. Narciso Samuy Willard and Laune Tormaschy David and Delores Zastoupil Edna Sand Walter and Bev Turbiville Georgianne Zastoupil Eleanor Sand Germaine Ueckert Gladys Zastoupil Leona Sand Brian and Gail Urbanec Melvin and Janet Zent Roberta Sand Larry and Linda Urbanec Ralph Zent Gwen Sauvageau Jerry and Glenda Vennes Dorothea Ziegler Catherine Sayler Kathy Voegele Brian and Carrie Zubke Irene Schafer Anthony and Beverly Giese-Volesky Sharon Zubke Larry and Vicky Schaff Roger and Darlene Volesky Carmen Zuroff Gilbert and Josephine Scheeler Jeff or Dorothy Renner Vranna CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Jared and DeAnn Scheeler Marco and Mary Vrem 3rd Ave Floral Julie and Gerald Scherr Doris Wagner A-1 Sprinkler Rose Schiltz Jerry and Julie Wahl ACE Hardware Agnes Schmeling George and Irene Wald AC Mortgage Money Works Anneleise Schmidt Corinne Walter Advanced Collison Center Ronald and DeAnn Schmidt Delores Walz American State Bank-Williston Bruce and Cebe Schneider Susan Walz Anytime Fitness Janet Schobinger Delores Wanner Badlands Brew Coffee Bar & Roasterie Steven and Jacqueline Schuler Gary, Dawn, and Brent Wanner BEK Business Solutions Randal and Kristi Schwartz Jean Wanner Benedict Court Larry and Gayle Selle Marilyn Wanner Better Vision D.R. and Cheryl Senescall Mary Ann Wanner Big Sky Athlete, Inc. Carol Sharp Thomas and Gayleen Wanner Brickhouse Grille Randall and Laura Sickler Elaine Warner Checkers, Inc. Laudie Simek Richard and Evelyn Wehner Chiller Systems, Inc. Kenneth and Toni Skinner Sharon Wehner Church of Latter Day Saints Damian and Suzanne Sobolik Elmer or Esther Weigum Clean Sweep Shawn and Denise Soehren Gladys Weiler Coca Cola Bottling Company Mike and Colleen Sondeland Diane and H. Patrick Weir Cornerstone, Inc. Jon and Robin Stang Dr. John and Deb Weir CR Auto Glass Scott and Jill Staudinger Lynn and Connie Weishaar Dacotah Banks, Inc. Georgiana Steffan Curtis and Deloris Wells Dakota Farm Equipment Dorothy Steier Kathy Wendel Dakota Sports Betty Steiner Kay Werremeyer Dan’s SuperMarket Norma Stickel Roberta Westbee DHS Caring Committee Irene Stieg Marilyn Wheeler Dickinson Catholic Schools Wilbur Stone Gene Wilhelm Dickinson Dental Center Marcella Storseth Dr. James Williams Dickinson Women of Today Robert and Linda Striebel Ed and Janie Williams DJ’s Amoco Carl Svendsen Sam Williams DL Jones Construction Dr. Sheldon and Mitzi Swenson Deb Winch DMS Health Group Laudie and Lorraine Sykora Vi Woehl DSU Foundation Curt and Juanita Talkington Edwin Wojahn EmBody Massage Allan and Joyce Thompson Darin and Danielle Wold Euphoria Salon & Spa Clarence and Barb Thompson Albert and Donna Wolf Everett Real Estate, Inc. Kenneth and Marie Thompson Duane (Bucky) Wolf F5 Equipment Kevin Thompson Pat Wolf Fleck’s Furniture & Appliance Troy and Crystal Tieszen Rod and Mony Wolf Floor to Ceiling Carpet One Darrell and Rhonda Tooley Jerry and Claudette Yantizer Flying Y Todd and Laura Tooz Darlene Zarak Fraternal Order of Eagles Spring2011 page11 Gaffaney Floral Logo Magic, Inc. RoughRider RV’s, Inc. Gate City Bank Massage Therapy Clinic Savanna Well Service Great Plains Clinic, PC Masterpiece Gifts & Floral Sax Motor Company Great Plains National Bank Medcenter One Simply Flowers H & H Electric, Inc. Memories by Joey Sisters’ Gifts and Antiques Heart River Golf Pro Shop Mercy Hospital Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Cross Hendrickson Financial Services Mitzel Tax and Consulting Service Spa Studio Herberger’s Dept. Store ND Pharmacy, Inc. St. Benedict’s Health Center Hess Corporation Nitro-Green Steiner’s Pharmacy Highlands Engineering & Surveying PLLC Northern Improvement Company Tastefully Simple Hilltop Heritage Foundation Not-Half-Bad Taylor W.M.F. JB’s Window Cleaning NXC Imaging Town & Country Liquor Store JD’s BBQ Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Twin City Roofing, Inc. Jeannie’s Candy Kitchen Ouellette Chiropractic Ulteig Jerome Distributing, Inc Parties Plus Wal-Mart Just-In Glass Pizza Hut Delivery Weiler Photography Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, PC Premier Fence, LLC Wells Fargo Bank K-Hook Pump Systems, Inc. White House Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing Quintessential Jewelry Designs Wyoming Casing Service Kovash and Dasovick, PC Real Deals Body Kneads Lawon Products, Inc Reichert Armstrong Brady Martz & Associates P.C. Legend Auto Body, Inc Rock Star Party Bus Theodore Roosevelt Nature Liquid Assets Roers Construction & Development Third Creek Ranch, LLC 2000 BuiLding addition CanCer Center donorS FounderS ($50,000 - pLuS) Otto Bremer Foundation Great Plains National Bank Palmer and Ethel Nelson Steffes Corporation Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, PC Willa Rustan Wells Fargo Bank Land O’Lakes Foundation CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Montana Dakota Utilities Company Baker Boy 7th Street patronS ($10,000 - $24,999) Parkway Ford Lincoln & Mercury TMI Systems Design Corporation Richard and Shirley Dukart West Plains Electric Cooperative and Employees Howard and Barbara Freed Dr. Dale and Glenice Hanson piLLarS ($5,000-$9,999) BuiLderS ($25,000-$49,999) Bruce and Wava Howe Larry and Elaine Bares Ray and Shirley David Ed and Toni King Dr. Joel and Marie-Anne Blanchard Lefor Family Delores Klein Frederick and Judith Fleener Bob and Carol Lefor Constance Ladbury Greg and Stella Hanson Mike and Sherryl Lefor Alex and June Stockert Bill and Belva Jansen Gust Mittelstadt Clarence and Marcella Storseth Ray and Kathryn Jilek William (Billie) Rase Kay Werremeyer and Family Willis and Inez Johnson Bob and Alice Stranik CorporationS, FoundationS, & organizationS Mike and Kathy Kiedrowski George and Lynnelle Unruh Bosch Lumber Company Dr. Danuta Komorowska Dr. Michael and Lori Wolf Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Dr. Bruce and Irene Olin Coca Cola Bottling Company of Dickinson Jack and Velma Olin CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Consolidated Telcom Jim and Sonja Ozbun American State Bank & Trust Dakota Community Bank Don and Donna Schultz Bank of the West (Community First National Bank) Dickinson Ready Mix Company Herbert and Lodema Spurgeon Dickinson Auto Dealers Farmers Union Oil Company Dickinson Dr. Sheldon and Mitzi Swenson Fisher Industries Gate City Bank Jerome and Julie Wahl page12 FirmFoundations Lois Hinrichs Year at a Glance Jim and Jackie Hope Thomas and Georgia Huschka LaVern and Donelda Jessen Don and Peggy Jones Fiscal year 2010, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center: Tom and Arlys Jorda • Served 43,759 admissions, outpatient and observation patients Joe and Mildred Kadrmas Susie Kapelovitz • Delivered 361 babies Timothy and Nancy Kelly Robert and Priscilla Keogh • Completed 1,857 surgeries Arnold Kesting Debbie Kinzel • Average Daily Census was 17.6 Bob and Becky Kitchen • Treated 12,692 patients in the Emergency Department Kelly and Judy Koppinger Arthur and Gladys Kostelecky • Made 5,947 home health visits and provided 1,744 days Daryl and Sheila Kostelecky Drs. Gregg and Simin Kovacs of hospice care Harley and Gloria Krein Helen Kuhn Arlene Landgrebe CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Clarence and Joanne Dahl Berger Electric, Inc. Patrick and Denette Lothspeich Dale and Pat Dassinger Border States Electric Supply Kathleen Lubiniski Duane and Bonita Decker Edward Jones-Barbara Adams-Bleth Joan Madler Charles B. DeHuff Electric Sales & Service, Inc. Joseph J. Matasovsky The Dorsey and Whitney Foundation Optimist Club of Dickinson Steve and Kelly McCormick Kenneth and Rhonda Dukart Remco Software, Inc. Robert W. McDanold Dr. Ralph J. Dukart Senior Citizens Activity Club-Belfield, ND Arthur and Lila McNamara Ray and Margi Dukart Sax Motor Co. Arvid and Cindy Mittelstadt Milo and Arlys Dullum United Building Center Glenn and Jan Mitzel Geri Dvorak US Bank Catherine Moore George and Myrtle Dynes Dr. Winsor and Florence Morrison Paul and Gail Ebeltoft Gene and Joyce Myers CornerStone ($1,000 - $4,999) Neil and Bonnie Eckelberg Roger and Peggy Myers Ray and Martha Adcock Dr. Mark and Kim Emmerich Arlone Nordby Mavis Allan Cleon and Laurine Engle Pete Oberfoell Emil and Marcia Baranko Jane Everett James A. and Leona M. Odermann Family Dr. Floyd and Barbara Barnhill Connie Fichter Marlys Paulsen Don and Carol Beckert Charles and Judith Finck Robert Pavel Linda Beitelspacher Ruth M. Fitterer Frank and Louise Pearson, Jr. Allen and Jeannette Berger Hank and Gen Fleck Jerry and Mildred Perdaems, Sr. Ann P. Bertie Dr. Robert and Joelle Fruh Dr. David and Dorothy Pokorny Roger and Louane Beyer Dr. Del and Joyce Gab John and Sue L. Prange Dr. Edward and Patricia Biel Donald and Janis Gartner Monica Reichert Dr. Generoso Bigornia Cora Gilsdorf Susan Robbins Clayton Blomseth Tammy Grosulak Leona Sand Edsel and Marty Boe Marge Gulbranson Winston and Barbara Satran Joseph Bohlman Calvin and Nancy Gustafson Ida Schafer N. C. Brademeyer James and Sylvia Hartford Irene L. Schafer Edwin Breum Ron and Sheila Hartl Arnie and Pattie Schaff Dr. Leonard and Barbara Conradson Della Heid Henry and Angie Schank Dr. Robert and Rogina Cusic Evelyn Herold Spring2011 page13 Marleen Schnaidt CorporationS, FoundationS, & organizationS Irsfeld Pharmacy, PC Bob and Ann Schneider All American Travel K & D Motors, Inc. Gordon and Sandra Schnell Badlands Board of Realtors and Affiliates Knudson Appraisal Service Dennis and Sharon Seifert Charbonneau Car Center Kovash and Dasovick, PC David F. and Roberta B. Senn Clinic Pharmacy, Inc. Logo Magic, Inc. Ivan and Beryl Sievers Dan Porter Motor Minot Builders Supply Association Mike and Peggy Steed Dave Netzer Painting & Decorating Peters Chiropractic, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Steffan Dickinson Charities, Inc. Price Agency Craig and Linda Steve Dickinson Lions Club Queen City Beverage Company James and Susan Stolt Dickinson Noon Lions Club Reichert, Fisher & Company, PC Dr. Thomas and Cheryl A. Templeton Dickinson Press Southwest Business Machines, Inc. Cassie Jo Thompson Dickinson Roughriders Kiwanis Club St. John’s Lutheran Church Trust Mary Ellen Veigel Duraclean Cleaning Services State Farm Insurance-Todd Otto Gene and JoAnne Weinreis Ed’s Honey Company Steiner’s Pharmacy L. Dan and Kathleen Wilhelmson German Hungarian Lodge Western Cooperative Credit Union George and Arlene Zarak Heiser Motors, Inc. a LegaCY oF giVing LiFetime donor Montana Dakota Utilities LiFetime donor grande CLuB St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center Auxiliary BeneFaCtorS CLuB ($100,000-$499,999) ($10,000-$24,999) Wells Fargo Bank Louise Anderson Pat and Beverly Altringer Frederick Messersmith Dr. Carl Carlson LiFetime donor Gust Mittelstedt paCeSetterS CLuB John and Gerry Dinsdale George Schreiber ($25,000-$49,999) Richard and Shirley Dukart Loretta Schreiber Cleon and Laurine Engel Paul and Gail Ebeltoft Dr. Dennis Wolf Ray and Shirley David Howard and Barbara Freed CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Myrtle Ericson Emma Gilliam Baker Boy Eckert and Della Heid Cora Gilsdorf Edward Jones Investments-Barbara Adams-Bleth Bob and Carol Lefor Dr. Dale and Glenice Hansen TMI Systems Corporation Mike and Sherryl Lefor Bruce and Wava Howe United Way of Dickinson Jacob and Elizabeth Weiler Bill and Belva Jansen West Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc. George and Lynnelle Unruh Dennis and Nancy Jo Johnson Dr. Michael and Lori Wolf Joe and Mildred Kadrmas LiFetime donor CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Edwin and Antonia King preSidentS CLuB Badlands Orthopedics Delores Klein ( $50,000-$99,999) Bosch Lumber Company Harlin and Marie Kling Dr. Harlan and Betty Larsen Dickinson Auto Dealers Dr. Danuta Komorowska Palmer and Ethel Nelson Dickinson Rotary Club Drs. Gregg and Simin Kovacs Jim Nistler Family ESP Computers & Software Leo and Constance Ladbury Harriet Olson Gate City Bank Albert Maxner Trust William (Billie) Rase Howe, Hardy, Galloway, & Maus, PC Mike Obach Willa Rustan Imaging Plus, Inc. Dr. Bruce and Irene Olin Gary Schwartz KQCD TV- STC Broadcasting, Inc. Jim and Sonja Ozbun Robert and Alice Stranik Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, PC Gilman and Monica Peterson CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Otto Bremer Foundation John and Sue Prange American Bank Center Steffes Corporation Dr. Douglas and Michelle Roise Bank of The West U.S. West Foundation Craig and Linda Steve Fisher Industries Alex and June Stockert page14 FirmFoundations Clarence and Marcella Storseth Frederick and Judith Fleener Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar John and Doreen Studsrud Joe and Sandi Frenzel Badlands Barbecue & Barn Dance Jerome and Julie Wahl John and Patricia Gaffaney Berger Electric, Inc. Kay Werremeyer Shannon and Audra Galster Border States Electric Supply CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Lona Gordon Britton Jewelers, LTD All American Travel Delroy and Yvonne Gorecki Charbonneau Car Center Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Greg and Stella Hanson Climb4Acure, Inc. Coca Cola Bottling Company Patrick and Jill Healy Collection Center, Inc. Consolidated Telcom In Memory of Diane Heidt Dan Porter Motors Dakota Community Bank Ray and Kathryn Jilek DCI Credit Services, Inc. Dickinson Charities, Inc. Willis and Inez Johnson Dickinson Press Dickinson Clinic Tom and Arlys Jorda Dickinson State University Dickinson Elks Lodge Mike and Kathy Kiedrowski Electric Sales and Service, Inc. Dickinson Ready Mix Company Ray Ann Kilen Fleck’s Furniture and Appliance Farmers Union Oil and Land O’ Lakes Foundation Bob and Becky Kitchen Floor to Ceiling Carpet One First American Bank West Frank and Doris Kubik Harvest States Foundation Fraternal Order of Eagles Susie Lefor Herberger’s Department Store German Hungarian Lodge Catherine Moore Johnson & Johnson Great Plains Clinic, PC Dr. Brian and Stacey O’Hara Kirkwood Bank and Trust Great Plains National Bank Jack and Velma Olin Knights of Columbus Council 6308 Heart & Lung Clinic Foundation Shirley Osborn Ladbury Funeral Service Irsfeld Pharmacy Gordon and Marlys Paulsen Missouri Basin Well Service Knights of Columbus, Council 1515 H. L. Reichert Family Northern Improvement Company Mackoff Kellogg Law Firm Dean and Danita Rummel Optimist Club of Dickinson ND Pharmacy, Inc. Donna Schultz Real Estate Trust Account Committee Parkway Ford Lincoln & Mercury Herbert Spurgeon Rehab Visions Quality Quick Print Ken and Lee Steier REMCO Software, Inc. Reichert, Fisher Company, P.C. James and Susan Stolt St. Benedict’s Health Center Senior Citizens Activity Club, Belfield, North Sebastian and Celestine Stoltz Sax Motor Company Dakota Dr. Sheldon and Mitzi Swenson Sodexho Marriott Management Service Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Cross Mary Ellen Veigel Southwest Business Machines St. Anthony Club George and Arlene Zarak Surveillance Data, Inc. St. John’s Lutheran Church Dr. Darrell and Mary Fran Zeller Tooz Construction Stevenson Funeral Home Monty and Audrey Zins United Building Center Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange CorporationS, FoundationS & organizationS Wal-Mart US Bank Allan’s Decorating Center, Inc. Weir Eye Clinic Western Cooperative Credit Union American Enterprise Investment Services Western Eye Clinic, LTD LiFetime donor LeaderShip CLuB Every donation you make to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation makes a ($5,000-9,999) difference in the quality of healthcare and services we are able to offer. Here Lawrence and Elaine Bares are a few examples of how we put our donor dollars to use this past year: Dr. James and Ellen Baumgartner Roger and Louane Beyer • Hyfrecator 2000 for • Syringe pumps for Babykind Dr. Joel and Marie-Anne Blanchard Surgical Care Clinic • Scholarships were awarded to four Paul and Jackie Bosch • Replacement of current of St. Joseph’s employees in the Leo and Maxine Braun air-conditioning unit in total amount of $8000.00 Alvin and Emma Chalupnik Emergency Department • Refrigerator in Laboratory Services Dr. Kenneth and Jeanette Delap • Protective glass in Emergency • GeneXpert machine for George and Myrtle Dynes Department and ICU Charles and Judith Finck Laboratory Services Spring2011 page15 NON-PROFIT U.S. POSTAGE Paid PERMIT #30 St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation DICKINSON, ND 58601 30 SeVenth Street WeSt diCKinSon, nd 58601 Firm Foundations The St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation was established in 1983 to benefit the health care mission of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center. St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community leaders. The Foundation supports programs and projects related to the improvement of healthcare in our communities. The ultimate recipient of your participation could be a member of your family, a close friend, or a neighbor receiving care at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center. St. Joseph’s Foundation is a tax-exempt corporation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please contact Jodi Bosch or if you’d like more information about making a tax deductible donation to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation at 701.456.4363 St. Joseph’s Hospital foundation Offers a Variety of Ways to donate As you contemplate charitable plans, you want to be sure that your favorite charity benefits to the highest degree possible. In addition to gifts of cash, donors may provide support to the Foundation and personally benefit from their contributions in other ways. We would be pleased to talk with you about the many giving options. • real estate • Gift annuity • Personal Property • charitable remainder trusts (crts) • life insurance • Publicly traded Stocks or Securities • Bequest Deferred giving, such as a bequest or charitable trust, is one of several available opportunities to contribute to the St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation. Deferred giving allows for immediate tax and estate planning benefits and is an attractive vehicle for donors who need the ongoing income from those assests or trusts. We thank you for considering investing in the future of our community’s health by considering St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation as a beneficiary of your estate. Professional planning allows you to make a larger gift now and witness the impact of your gift during your lifetime. Contributions are tax deductible and all contributions are officially acknowledged by the Foundation. For further information about planned giving opportunities, please contact St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation at 701-456-4363. The Foundation staff cannot offer legal advice concerning tax benefits and legal documents. The Foundation encourages you to seek advice from a financial planner or attorney. Please let us know if assistance is needed in selecting a professional advisor.
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