2009-11-13 / Community

SJEH Hosts Successful Chrysanthemum Ball

Left to right: The Right Reverend Lawrence C. Proven - zano, Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese of Long Island and member of the Episcopal Health Services Inc. Board of Managers; John Sullivan, Humanitarian Award honoree and President, Jzanus, Ltd.; Robert F. Elliott, Esq., Humanitarian Award honoree and Partner of Bartlett, McDonough, Bastone & Monaghan, LLP; The Honorable Helen M. Marshall, Borough President of Queens, who received a plaque for her commitment to improving the health care of women; Lynore Dupiton, Humanitarian Award honoree and Chief Nursing Officer, SJEH and member of the Development Board; Rulx Dupiton, MD, Humanitarian Award honoree and attending physician in the St. John's Department of Surgery and Development Board member; Margaret Carpenter, President of St. John's Development Board; and John Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of SJEH. Left to right: The Right Reverend Lawrence C. Proven - zano, Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese of Long Island and member of the Episcopal Health Services Inc. Board of Managers; John Sullivan, Humanitarian Award honoree and President, Jzanus, Ltd.; Robert F. Elliott, Esq., Humanitarian Award honoree and Partner of Bartlett, McDonough, Bastone & Monaghan, LLP; The Honorable Helen M. Marshall, Borough President of Queens, who received a plaque for her commitment to improving the health care of women; Lynore Dupiton, Humanitarian Award honoree and Chief Nursing Officer, SJEH and member of the Development Board; Rulx Dupiton, MD, Humanitarian Award honoree and attending physician in the St. John's Department of Surgery and Development Board member; Margaret Carpenter, President of St. John's Development Board; and John Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of SJEH. The Chrysanthemum Ball was successfully held by the Development Board of St. John's Episcopal Hos - pital on Saturday, November 7, at the Sands in At - lan tic Beach, NY. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars was raised to support intensive, surgical, and emergency care. More than 500 tickets were sold in support of the 257-bed hospital that serves residents of the Five Towns and the Rockaway peninsula.

Penny Chin, the director of public relations for the hospital with her husband, Roy Levine. Penny Chin, the director of public relations for the hospital with her husband, Roy Levine. That eve ning, St. John's Development Board gave the Humanitarian Award to: Lynore Dupiton, Chief Nursing Officer, St. John's Episcopal Hospital and mem ber of the Development Board; Rulx Dupiton, MD, attending physician in the St. John's Depart - ment of Surgery and Development Board mem ber; Robert F. Elliott, Esq., Partner at Bartlett, Mc Do - nough, Bastone and Monaghan, LLP; and John Sull - i van, President, Jzanus, Ltd.

Advisory Board member Roy Meserole with a guest. Advisory Board member Roy Meserole with a guest. RDRC executive director Kevin Alexander with his wife. RDRC executive director Kevin Alexander with his wife. Rachel Forde, the president of SJEH's community advisory board, Christina Russell (standing) and Valerie Hall from the RDRC. Rachel Forde, the president of SJEH's community advisory board, Christina Russell (standing) and Valerie Hall from the RDRC. Advisory Board member Cliff Russell with fellow union member Roy Levine. Advisory Board member Cliff Russell with fellow union member Roy Levine. The Chrysanthemum Ball Chairpeople topped off a successful evening with raffle prizes. Left to right: Rama Ramgopal, St. John's Development Board member; Ball Chairpeople Libby Peppe, Merryl Makabali and Maccy Paley who also served as Raffle Chairperson. The Chrysanthemum Ball Chairpeople topped off a successful evening with raffle prizes. Left to right: Rama Ramgopal, St. John's Development Board member; Ball Chairpeople Libby Peppe, Merryl Makabali and Maccy Paley who also served as Raffle Chairperson. PHOTO CAPTION SJEH RNS 2: Many nurses attended in support of Lynore Dupiton, the first nurse to receive the Humanitarian Award. Nurses with Lynore Dupiton, who is seated in the center of the front row. PHOTO CAPTION SJEH RNS 2: Many nurses attended in support of Lynore Dupiton, the first nurse to receive the Humanitarian Award. Nurses with Lynore Dupiton, who is seated in the center of the front row.

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