2021 Memory and Honor Tree

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The Auxiliary of McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital | TriHealth Invites You to Remember Family and Friends In the Annual Memory and Honor Tree Celebration

The Auxiliary’s beautiful Memory and Honor Tree will once again stand in the lobby of the MHMH | TriHealth Hospital. Draped in white lights in memory of those who have died and in honor of the living, these lights continue to take on a significant meaning due to the ongoing challenge of the outbreak of Covid-19 and its variants. Those remembered and honored continue to include those who have demonstrated steadfast commitment, sacrifice, and continue to risk their lives for all of us in the Oxford community and beyond.

A gift of $10.00 per name will honor or remember a special person in your life. The name of the person will be printed on a scroll and will be placed near the tree in the hospital lobby as we have done in the past. In addition, these names will appear on several forms of social media. Contributions will be used to award Auxiliary scholarships to students studying nursing and other health education programs.

Here you will find a response card and envelope to send your contribution. Please send $10.00 for each individual you list and make your check payable to MHMH Auxiliary. For names to appear on the scrolls in time for the December5 celebration, we must receive your response no later than Friday, November 19.

We hope to be able to gather for a program on Sunday, December 5, at 2:00 p.m. in the Oxford Presbyterian Church Seminary Building, to pay tribute to those honored and remembered. We will be following all CDC, Butler County Health Commission, and MHMH | TriHealth guidelines as we move forward in preparation for our program. Please refer to MHMH.org for updates regarding this program. We sincerely hope that we can join together for the program and reception to thank and congratulate our Honorary Chair, Pamela Collins.

Thank you for your contribution to the Auxiliary’s Memory and Honor Tree program.


Sara Speh, Chair
Memory and Honor Tree Committee

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