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Fallon photoHospital Commitment to Community Inspires Milton's Carol Fallon

Carol has made it her calling to help improve the services provided at the hospital. She currently serves on the hospital’s Board of Overseers and is the hospital’s Special Events Chair, working closely with the Philanthropy Office to oversee the hospital’s most successful annual fundraising events, the Spring Gala and Tee Off Golf Tournament. She was also a member of the Partner’s Circle during the hospital’s recent Generations Campaign, giving generously to support a major building expansion and renovation project. 

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Longtime Donor Carries on Family Tradition of Philanthropy

Carolyn Savage’s connection to Milton Hospital goes way back. Her father, a longtime hospital supporter named John F. Sullivan, Jr., helped create a book fund that bears his name, to keep the hospital’s medical staff library stocked with the latest research and advancements.

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“It Always Comes Back to You”
Hospital Supporter Embraces a Life of Giving

“The first thing is to come to the realization that you want to give back,” says Phil Murphy, a lifelong Milton resident who gives back to Milton Hospital in many ways.

Phil is a member of the hospital’s President’s Council, which recognizes local businesses for their longtime support of the hospital’s fundraising goals. He is the Chair of the hospital’s Annual Fund Committee. 

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Marr photo croppedMeet the Marrs

Jeff and Debbie Marr are no strangers to giving and volunteering.  Lifelong Milton residents, they have given their time and talents to many important causes. So when the opportunity came to become more involved at their local community hospital, it was a natural fit.

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