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Oliver Kiwanis Club adds to PRH tower drive

Trudy and Hermann Standfest are pictured here in the mid-1950s in Vancouver.  In memory of Trudy, who passed away in January, Hermann has donated $100,000 to the SOS Medical Foundation’s $20-million campaign to provide the medical equipment for the upcoming expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital.

Love story mirrored by PRH tower donation

Well-known Penticton residents Marlene and Roy Phillips have stepped forward with a $30,000 donation to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s $20-million campaign to provide the medical equipment for the upcoming $325-million expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital.

Phillips family ties to PRH run deep

Former MLA Rick Thorpe and Yasmin John-Thorpe have added the upcoming expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital to the list of community initiatives they support. The couple have donated $30,000 to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation.

Thorpes bring background of giving to PRH drive

Joan and Anthony Vant Geloof are joined by sons John (back row, centre left) and Bill with Yurle, in presenting a significant donation to Janice Perrino and Walter Despot (left) of the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation. The funding will help provide medical equipment for the upcoming expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital.

Penticton family helps build PRH tower campaign