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September 27, 2012

Exeter Hospital Scholarship Recipients

In 2008, the Kathleen Schusler Fund for Nursing Education and Development was established in honor of Kathy, who was a Nursing Manager and worked for Exeter Hospital for over 20 years. Kathy passed away from cancer in January, 2008, and since then the fund in her name has helped provide financial support for educational programs, tuition, conferences, and other pursuits to advance education and professional development of nurses at the hospital and other organizations within Exeter Health Resources.

Congratulations to the following Exeter Hospital staff who were the 2012 recipients:  Kathleen M. O’Donnell, RN; Carey Sullivan, RN; April Cook, RN; Maureen Pecora, CMHC, Committee Member; Rose Phillips, Director, COEH; Liz Harrington, RN; Sue Hemstreet, CMHC; Elizabeth McFadden, RN and Kim Daigneault, RN. This year's scholarship fund recipients received their awards during a ceremony in August.  Seated from left, are recipients Rose Phillips, Director, COEH; Liz Harrington, RN; Sue Hemstreet, CMHC; Elizabeth McFadden, RN; and Kim Daigneault, RN.  Standing from left:  Fran Bonardi, Vice President, Acute Care; Steve Schusler (Kathy’s husband); Brian Campbell, Vice President, Ambulatory Care; Susan Burns-Tisdale, Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations; Maureen Pecora, CMHC, Committee Member; recipient Carey Sullivan, RN, Manager, CRC; recipient Katie O’Donnell, RN; and committee members Diane Palladino, MD; and Loree Hazard, Orthopaedic Service Line Director.  Missing from picture is recipient April Cook, RN.

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