A Sister's Gift
Resolve, an early diagnosis, and a committed team of doctors are helping Pete Beekman to live with cancer. In 2012, Beekman was diagnosed with Stage 1 multiple myeloma, a hematological (blood) cancer that develops in plasma cells, a type of white blood cell found in bone marrow.
Patricia “Pat” Horan is a well-respected member of the of the Canton-Potsdam Hospital family. For sixteen years she served as the Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer. She retired in 2004. Pat is known as wonderful hostess, and many people still rave about the dinner parties she held at her home. Her specialty was Hungarian and Southern cuisine. For several years, Welcome Receptions for new physicians beginning their practice at CPH, were coordinated by Pat.
Nancy & Michael Griffin
Nancy and Michael Griffin know what matters most: family and friends, careers and community. And the good health to make the most of these things. Through a charitable bequest to the Canton-Potsdam Hospital Foundation, they are making a lasting impact on the community they love, by making sure their friends, neighbors and those who will live, work and raise families here in the future, will have the access to the same high-quality healthcare that they have had.
David & Ann Patterson
Many people in the St. Lawrence area may know David Patterson as a Canton, N.Y. resident, longtime member of the CPH Board of Directors, and local business owner. What they may not know is that David and his wife Ann donate to Canton-Potsdam Hospital every year because they have personal ties to both the St. Lawrence County community and the hospital itself.