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Stillwater Medical Center Foundation

Summer 2010

in health

Stillwater's Medical Community Welcomes New Members

Daniel A. Brown, D.O.

A specialist in family medicine, Dr. Daniel Brown comes to Stillwater after finishing his residency at Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville. He attended OSU, completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and then moved on to OSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, completing his doctorate in 2007. Dr. Brown is a member of the American Medical Association, American Academy of Family Physicians and Oklahoma Osteopathic Association. During his time in Bartlesville, he worked at the Green Country Free Clinic. Dan enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including camping with his family. Dr. Brown's office is located at 610 S Walnut and can be reached at 405-533-3545.

Cara D. Pence, M.D.

Dr. Cara Pence received the Aesculapian Award, given to one resident who demonstrates excellence in teaching, twice during her surgical residency through the OU College of Medicine (Tulsa). During her medical school studies, Dr. Pence found time to volunteer for medical mission work in Bolivia. She was also very active as a volunteer during her years at Northeastern State University, including several summers of medical and biblical mission work in the Ukraine. Dr. Pence is a specialist in general surgery, and holds membership in the American College of Surgeons, American Association of Women Surgeons as well as other professional organizations. She and her husband, Jared, have a son, Ethan. She remains active in her church and likes to stay active by running and playing racquetball. Dr. Pence has joined Dr. Randy Baker and Dr. Jon Pelzl as part of Stillwater Surgical Associates, located in SMC's Medical Office Building at 1301 W 6th Ave. You may reach the office by phone at 405-533-1074

Jon T. Pelzl, M.D.

Dr. Pelzl is the co-inventor of a patented surgical database designed for tracking of inpatient census and capturing patient operations and procedures. He also has been part of the Faculty and Resident Information Technology Support Staff during his residency through the OU College of Medicine (Tulsa). It should come as no surprise that Dr. Pelzl graduated, with honors, from the University of Texas with a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering before entering medical school. An active runner, Dr. Pelzl participated in the 2009 Dallas White Rock Marathon, and has completed 6 half-marathons as well. He enjoys camping, road and mountain biking as well as remote control helicopters. Dr. Pelzl will practice through Stillwater Surgical Associates with Dr. Cara Pence and Dr. Randy Baker. The office can be reached at 405-533-1074.

Stillwater Medical Center

Serving North Central Oklahoma

Take a swing at the flu...page 3

SMC Foundation Board of Directors

Cade Crawford President Stillwater National Bank Barbara Shultz President-elect Retired Ruth Walker Secretary/Treasurer Walker Construction Co. Steve Miller, D.D.S. Past President Dentist Luke Anthony, J.D. Attorney Maury Campbell, PharmD Campbell Drug David Cockrell, D.O. Optometrist Cary Couch, M.D. Retired Jack Ferchau Retired Terri Grove B & C Business Products Glen Henry, M.D. Stw. Women's Clinic Matt Hull Edward Jones Kermit Ingham Retired Jon Johnson, M.D. Assoc. of Internal Medicine Sara Metcalf, M.D. Metcalf Dermatology Jerry Moeller, CEO Stillwater Medical Center Jim Pappas, Ph.D. OSU D. J. Pettit Retired Bryan Plank, J.D. Attorney Dee Richardson Retired Harold Sare Retired, OSU Virginia Sasser Sasser Antiques Edwin Sutherland, D.D.S. Stillwater Periodontics Ruth Walker Walker Construction

Caring Today For Tomorrow

Becoming part of the Stillwater Medical Center Foundation's Board of Directors was more than just a personal decision--it was a family matter. Why? It's simple. A community needs a quality hospital--not only for its current members, but for those who will come to or are growing up in Stillwater. Healthcare is very important to Amy and me; as it is to parents throughout our community. In addition to quality physicians, we want a great hospital with a caring staff--and doors that are open 24/7. The Foundation is working to grow our endowed funds to reach $1 million within the next 18 months, a big step in securing the future health of Stillwater and surrounding communities. I have no doubt that we can reach that goal. However, as we look ahead and plan for the future, we can't overlook the needs of today. Since 1996, Stillwater Medical Center has reached out to the community through the Drive-thru Flu Shot program. Since 2006, proceeds from our annual "Tin Cup Golf Classic" have benefited the drive-thru. I hope you will consider signing up to be part of the 2010 Classic. Corporate sponsors find their name associated with one of the most successful and bestknown healthcare events in our area. We're also looking for players to come out and share a great day on the greens, teeing-up for a great cause. Everyone can make an impact by supporting the flu shot program, and you should--because family matters.

SMC Foundation President Cade Crawford enjoys time on the greens with son Dawson. Dawson hit some great putts; dad thinks he's found a future teammate.

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Women With Drive

Encouraging their friends to spend an afternoon on the greens at Stillwater Country Club by signing up for the Tin Cup Classic are Theresa Brennan, Pat Ferchau, Betty Edgley and (2009 First Place team member) Anne Hacker.

Sign Up Now and Take A Swing at the Flu!

Player Registration

Player Name __________________________________ Hcp______________ Organization ____________________________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________ City _______________________ St _________ Zip_____________________ Phone ______________________ E-mail _____________________________ If you are registering for a team, please list additional team members: Player ___________________________________ Hcp _____________ Player ___________________________________ Hcp _____________ Player ___________________________________ Hcp _____________ (individual players or pairs will be placed into 4-player teams)

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Friday, September 24th Stillwater Country Club

Individual Player: $100

Proceeds Benefit SMC's Drive-Thru Flu Shots

Each Player Receives: Round of Golf with Cart Range Balls Tee Gifts Lunch On-Course Refreshments Lunch Begins at 11:30 a.m. Shotgun Start at 1:00 p.m. Four-Player Scramble "19th Hole" Reception Dress is Business Casual

(Bermuda style shorts are allowed)

Additional Information:

Payment Information

Individual Player Fee ($100) x _______ player(s) Total q Check Enclosed (payable to SMC Foundation) q Please Charge my Credit Card: Card #________________________ Exp ________ Security Code ________ Signature____________________________________ $_________________

q I cannot attend, please accept my donation of $___________

Limited to 100 Players! Hole-In-One Prizes! Team Prizes! Remit to: SMC Foundation PO Box 2408 Stillwater, OK 74076 Phone: 405-742-5728

Register to play online at www.smc-foundation.com/golfclassic.php

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Nursing Scholarship Honors Mother's Lifetime of Caring

Regardless of whom Mary Mae Hickey Randall was working with, her zest seemed to attract others to the cause she advocated. Thankfully, for most of her life that cause was nursing. After graduating from St. Anthony's School of Nursing and St. Mary's College, she spent several years as a nurse at hospitals across the United States. In 1970, she began her career as a Nurse Educator with the Moore-Norman Vo-Tech Practical Nursing Program, later becoming Assistant State Director of Health Occupations for the Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education. In 1982, she became the State Director of Health Occupations, retiring in that capacity in 1991. She truly left an imprint on Oklahoma's statewide vocational health occupations education programs. After Mrs. Randall passed away, her daughter, Mary Teresa, approached the SMC Foundation about establishing a scholarship for nurses in memory of her mother. Over the course of 3 years, Mary Teresa provided donations and fully endowed a scholarship fund. The scholarship created assists established Stillwater Medical Center employees who are furthering their education by attending nursing school or advancing their nursing education.

A Father Follows in His Daughter's Footsteps

Mary Teresa Randall was born into a military family in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. The daughter of Thomas Richard and Mary Mae Randall, her primary education included schools around the world. She attended the University of Oklahoma and received her bachelor's, as well as several master's degrees. She came to Stillwater Medical Center as a pharmacist and worked here for more than 25 years, before she passed away in January 2009. Thomas Randall, as he worked to settle matters with his daughter's estate, provided additional funds to benefit the Mary Mae Hickey Randall Nursing Scholarship. He then decided to follow in his daughter's footsteps and establish a scholarship through the SMC Foundation. "With a donation of $268,000, Mr. Thomas Randall has impacted the pharmacy department in a way that will benefit the hospital for many years to come. His endowment can make a difference not only in the education of SMC pharmacy staff, but also in the equipment and technology needs for the pharmacy," Cade Crawford, Foundation President, announced recently.

Two of Mary Teresa's friends and co-workers in the SMC Pharmacy:

Terri Cole, RPh, and Bill Arrington, RPh, Director.

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"You never had to wonder where he stood on an issue, or how he felt about something; he was not a shy man," Dee Richardson recently spoke about her husband, the late Dr. Jesse F. Richardson. The couple shared over 50 years of married life, as well as careers in the medical field. Dee was a physical therapist, Dr. Richardson specialized in orthopedic surgery. Dee recently provided an endowment gift to establish the Jesse F. Richardson, M.D. Scholarship. The scholarship will benefit established SMC employees in the medical imaging department.

Endowments: What You Need To Know

An endowment is a fund that is restricted. Only the interest from the fund can be spent, not the principal that anchors the endowment. Usually, only a portion of the interest or earnings from the endowment are spent on an annual basis in order to assure that the original funds will grow over time. Endowments assure stability, as their very existence speaks to the idea "we plan to be around for a long time." Stillwater Medical Center as well as the SMC Foundation have a long history in our community. Your participation, by giving to an endowment fund, makes you a partner with the SMC Foundation in securing the future of our community hospital. Call today to talk with Teresa Hopkins, Executive Director of the SMC Foundation, to see how your interest in creating or building on an endowment fund can be met; 405-742-5387. You may also e-mail her at [email protected]

Lucille Lake Burris taught for many years--mostly in Yale, OK. She also was a great supporter to the SMC Foundation. Having lived with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis for a majority of her life, she became well acquainted with the medical community. Lucille started an endowed nursing scholarship. She also provided in her estate planning that a percentage of her bequest create two additional endowment funds: one for home health services and the other for rehab nursing care. Mrs. Burris felt very strongly about giving to benefit the hospital. She often felt that people didn't give because they couldn't give a large donation. "You don't have to be rich to start a scholarship or an endowment," she would say. Her biggest hope was that the example of a simple school teacher would encourage others to give as well.

Visit us in person in the SMC Annex: 604 S Walnut St, Stillwater

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Remembering and Honoring Family and Friends

In memory of

Helen Brock Diana and Eddy Jacobs Janet Cunningham Dr. Clarence Cunningham Hazel Dage Sue and Mick Zaloudek JoAnn Fowler Annette and Jeffery Corbett Teresa and Chuck Hopkins Elaine Fox Bruce and Elaine Ackerson Margie Alspach Kelly and Bill Arrington Maria Avers Benita Bale Christy Barnes Mary Berry Kathy Blasier Danna Brown Rebecca Burch Rena and Burl Carrier Andrea Chermank Debra and Randy Christensen Annette and Jeffery Corbett Lindsay and Barrett Corsini Linda and Bill Crutcher Lois Cutburth Ellen and Michael Dicks Gwyn and Darrell Dominick Sherryl and Larry Edmonds Linda and Richard Eggerman Shyla and Rick Eggers Judy and Roy Escoubas Vicki and Matthew Fairchild Trica Gordon Mary Ann and Mark Grimsley Tina Hall Ranell Harry and Family Kathleen Hawkins Imogene Hendricks Bud Hesser Patti and Steve Hesser Teresa and Chuck Hopkins Elaine Fox (continued) Linda Hyman Kayla Isaacs Virginia Kallenberger Pat and Rick Kerns Carla and Kevin Knight Karen Lemley Jennifer Litsey Debbie and Troy McCarthy Lanelda and Glenn McDaniel Madelyn and Kirk Mittelstet Barbara and Jerry Moeller Carla Montgomery Suzanne and Mark Perry Lana Rainwater Pat and Tom Riley Kristi and Timothy Riley Nicole Rivard Teri Round Deborah Shelley Garrick Shreck, M.D. Linda Shurtz Melba and Don Spurrier Diane and James Steward

Stillwater Medical Center's continued strength results in large measure from the support received from generous individuals like you. Donors to the Foundation invest in the hospital, supporting the best in quality healthcare for our patients. These are memorial and honorarium gifts received from May 1, 2010 to August 15, 2010.

Elaine Fox (continued) Cowboy Church

Environmental Management, Inc.

In Honor of SMC Guardian Angels

Holly Dyess, Nurse Extern Carrie and Allan Allday Teresa Ritchie, ANT Ana Garcia Third Floor Staff Max Dominick

Friday Night Crew OSU Environmental Health & Safety: Asbestos Abatement Stillwater Women's Clinic Warren Clinic Barbara Hesser Cynthia and Corky Vick Charles Jones Linda and Steven Houck Cynthia and Corky Vick James "Jack" Keel Diana and Eddy Jacobs Clara Kroutil Mary Berry Irmgard Linsenmeyer Melba and Don Spurrier

In Celebration of A Birthday

Nancy Payne Ladean Kendrick Pat Riley Tom Riley If you wish to list SMC as the recipient of donations in lieu of flowers or gifts, please use the following wording: In lieu of flowers (gifts), please direct donations to the Stillwater Medical Center Foundation, PO Box 2408, Stillwater, OK 74076

Jo Lowe Annette and Jeffery Corbett Sonya and John Green Teresa and Chuck Hopkins Tamara and Richard Stubblefield Sheila Stueve Jesse Richardson, M.D. Carla and William Sullivan Dee Richardson Renee and David Swank Jeanette Sneed Joanne Thompson Jeanne Bennett Kay and Don Wagner Jane and Richard Brewer Ginger West Eloise Brewington Marie and Garry West Margaret Briley Sarah and Chuck Westerheide Betty Ruth Carruth Tina Westfall Janice and Marvin Fly LaJean and Carl Whitcomb Barbara and Louie Geiser Mary Williams Marion Hinner Phyllis Willis Jean Skinner Betty and Russ Wright Steven Sneed Amanda Zemp Cathy and Karyl Strohbehn Virginia Webb Thank you to the families for Elaine Wilson requesting memorial donations OK CareerTech Employees as a tribute to these loved Kansas State Univ. Employees ones: Billy Steen Elaine Fox Melba and Don Spurrier Jeanette Sneed

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Donate online at www.smc-foundation.org/donatetoday.php

Estate Plan Checklist

There are many things to consider when creating your will or trust. If you already have one, you should review your documents every three to five years or when life changes take place. Here is a checklist that you will find helpful when creating or reviewing your plan: Things to consider: 9 9 9 9 9 Do you have a will or trust? If you have minor children, do you have a current will which names guardians? If you have a living trust, have you transferred your assets into it? Do you have a Durable Power of Attorney for finances and for healthcare? Are gifts to charities clearly designated in your planning documents?

Have any of these changes occurred recently? · · · · · · · · · Have you changed your mind about any part of your plan? Has the value of your assets changed? Has the kind of assets you own changed? Have you recently been married, divorced or widowed? Have you had children since you last updated your plan? Have your children had children? Have any of your children been married, divorced or died? Have you bought or sold a house or other piece of property? Have you contemplated selling stock or other valuable assets?

These are just a few things that need to be addressed when creating or revising your initial plan. As you make your plans, we would like to hear from you if you have decided to name the SMC Foundation as a beneficiary in your will, trust, retirement plan, life insurance policy or other financial vehicle. Please let us know by contacting Teresa Hopkins at 405-742-5387. You may qualify as a member of our Cornerstone Society. It's a simple act, but one that can heal, improve and save lives. A moment of planning now is a future of health and a legacy of caring. Experience the joy of giving now with a gift that can help change the future.

Visit the SMC Foundation: 604 S Walnut St, Stillwater

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Events & Information

Firstfriday

New Year's Eve 2010 Wes Watkins Center

The First Friday programs begin at 12:00 p.m., in the Stillwater Library Auditorium. Mark Your Calendar For: September 10, 2010 (date change due to holiday) Topic: Body Image & Eating Disorders Presented by: Todd Green, M.D. Tamara Richardson, Ph.D. October 1, 2010 Topic: Understanding Your Pain Medication Presented by: SMC Pharmacy Staff November 5, 2010 Topic: Mobility Assessment Presented by: SMC Total Health Staff December 3, 2010 Topic: Senior Cohousing Presented by: Pat Darlington and Kay Stewart Program presenters and topics are still being finalized for the following dates: January 7, 2011 April 1, 2011 February 4, 2011 May 6, 2011 March 4, 2011 Suggest a healthcare topic for this season's First Friday programs--call the Foundation at 405-742-5728. We want to hear from you!

Featuring Floyd Haynes & his Orchestra

Partners In Health

is the newsletter of the Stillwater Medical Center Foundation and is published for SMC supporters, volunteers, patients and their families.

Newsletter Writing and Design by SMC Foundation Staff:

Teresa Hopkins, Executive Director Jeffery Corbett, Staff Assistant

© 2010 Stillwater Medical Center Foundation

Requests for copies may be sent to: SMC Foundation PO Box 2408 · Stillwater, OK 74076 Phone: 405-742-5728

Visit the SMC Foundation Office at 604 S Walnut Street, Stillwater

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