Center celebration

gl-Ogilvie-donation-2-7Stamford Hospital recently received a $2 million charitable grant from Greenwich resident Donna Brace Ogilvie, who was called “a dedicated volunteer, philanthropist and board member” by the hospital. The money will be used to establish the Donna Brace Ogilvie Volunteer Resource Center. Ms. Ogilvie was honored for her continued commitment to Stamford Hospital with a luncheon at the Tully Health Center Brace Auditorium that bears her name and received well-wishes for her 103rd birthday. Above, from left in the back row, Kathy Sachs, foundation board Vice Chair Peter Sachs, foundation board member Michael Valentine, former hospital executive Deborah Fedeli, Director of Patient-Centered Services Sherman Bull and Christopher Riendeau Sr., the vice president for fund development. In the front, from left, are Janice Shaskan, the manager of volunteer services, and Donna Brace Ogilvie.

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