United Way honored for Hospice giving
From left to right, Megan LaCross, director of philanthropy at Hospice of Michigan, Staci Chroninger, past president and board member of the United Way of Northeast Michigan, United Way of Northeast Michigan Executive Director Joe Gentry, Melissa McDonald, philanthropy specialist for Hospice of Michigan, and Marcie Hillary, senior vice president and chief development officer of Hospice of Michigan, pose at the “pinning ceremony” commemorating the United of Northeast Michigan’s induction into Hospice of Michigan’s Delores Bos Crystal Rose Society for Lifetime Giving, recognizing lifetime giving over $50,000 the United Way said in a news release. “The honor bestowed upon the United Way is an honor on behalf of our community and the supporters of the United Way who have supported Hospice through individual donations,” Gentry said.
CORRECTION: This caption has been updated to reflect that Megan LaCross is director of philanthropy at Hospice of Michigan, Melissa McDonald is philanthropy specialist for Hospice of Michigan, and Marcie Hillary is senior vice president and chief development officer of Hospice of Michigan. Those titles were incorrect in an earlier version of this story because of incorrect information provided to The News.