Daltons donate to conference room

Pictured from left are Keith Travis, Murray-Calloway County Hospital chief philanthropy officer, Steve Owens, chairman of the Murray-Calloway County Public Hospital Corporation Board of Trustees, Jan and Kay Dalton of Murray, trustee Ken Winters and trustee John Dale.

MURRAY — Jan and Kay Dalton recently made a major gift in contribution to the building of a new conference room which is named in their honor. The conference room is utilized by staff and offered to community groups for their use.

“The Daltons have been very generous donors to the Foundation and we certainly appreciate their kindness. Their most recent contribution places them as one of our top 10 donors for MCCH,” said Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer.

The Daltons have contributed to several additional projects including the purchase of a rescue vehicle used by our ambulance service to do community paramedic home visits and jaws of life transporting. They have also shown their support with endowed funds through the Community Foundation toward the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House.

The Foundation supports MCCH and the community through numerous philanthropic opportunities such as the new Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House, purchase of new, state-of-the-art medical equipment and more. For more information on how you can contribute to the Enduring Hope Campaign, please call Keith Travis at 270-762-1908.  


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