That changed when Annabelle Leigh Rogers came along. When she was 2, Chris was unable to go on a field trip with her to a pumpkin patch due to having to work.
“One of the things that struck me was that one of the chaperones took my daughter down the slide. If I had gone as a chaperone, I couldn’t have done that because of my weight,” he said. “I decided she would never miss out on something because of me and my weight issues.”
When a tragedy upended life for Shelly Sanders, APRN, FNP-C, she poured her heart and soul into building a bright future for her family. Now, she does the same when caring for patients at the cancer center she’s helped to grow.
Beth Wilson, executive assistant to the medical group chief operating officer, successfully led a project last year to repurpose furnishings and equipment for a new medical office building. She says good stewardship ultimately helps those in need.