2011-11-17 / Local & State

FCMC Foundation Names Member Of Green Hill Civic Society



Recently, trustees from the Arthur B. and Ruth Kirk Schmidt Charitable Trust received a certificate from the Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) Foundation denoting them as members of the Green Hill Civic Society. “The Green Hill Civic Society led the fundraising for the first Medical Center building, so, it is fitting that those who helped with the second home of the Medical Center are honored through their name,” said Robert Roush, executive director of the FCMC Foundation. The society is for groups and individuals who contributed in excess of $25,000 but less than $100,000. The Schmidt Trust had funded the heliport that serves emergency patients at the Medical Center. Pictured back row, left: Helen Overly, Clyde Bookheimer and Robert Roush; seated: Denver Kuhn, Dr. Harry Johnston and Jim Schall. Recently, trustees from the Arthur B. and Ruth Kirk Schmidt Charitable Trust received a certificate from the Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) Foundation denoting them as members of the Green Hill Civic Society. “The Green Hill Civic Society led the fundraising for the first Medical Center building, so, it is fitting that those who helped with the second home of the Medical Center are honored through their name,” said Robert Roush, executive director of the FCMC Foundation. The society is for groups and individuals who contributed in excess of $25,000 but less than $100,000. The Schmidt Trust had funded the heliport that serves emergency patients at the Medical Center. Pictured back row, left: Helen Overly, Clyde Bookheimer and Robert Roush; seated: Denver Kuhn, Dr. Harry Johnston and Jim Schall.

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