Wally Findlay Gallery Hosts Hospice

Robin Sweet, Sharon WronoExtraordinary art was the backdrop for Hospice of Palm Beach County’s Chairman’s reception at the Wally Findlay Gallery in Palm Beach. Above are Robin Sweet and Sharon Wrono.

PALM BEACH, FL – The Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation honored its major donors and supporters at its Chairman’s Reception on The Terrace at the Wally Findlay Gallery.

Bill Quinn, Cathy Quinn

Bill Quinn and Cathy Quinn

The reception was hosted by James Borynack, Chairman and CEO of Wally Findlay Galleries. Guests included Richard and Cynthia Callahan; Bishop W. Oshea and Katrina Granger; Ed, Maria, Mark and Todd Bacinich; Malcolm and Pam Cunningham; John and Denise Marino; Peter Summers; Bill and Cathy Quinn; Dan and Valerie Young; Randy Levitt; Sue Daub; Eamonn Gunther; Helen Messic; Al Morici and Sarah Peck; Dave Fielding; Greg and Jill Leach; Marian Gennaro; Donnie and Betty Hancock; Gloria and Herbert Krieger; Naomi Rosenberg; Hal and Norma Stayman; Nina Young; Edward and Ellen Wolf; and Sharon Wrono.

Jimmy Borynack, Greg Leach

Jimmy Borynack, Greg Leach

“We are so grateful for your support,” Dave Fielding, President and CEO of Hospice Palm Beach County, told the crowd at the program, which was held March 6, 2012. “A long term supporter of Hospice, Mr. John J. Brogan recently passed. John will be greatly missed by all of us. His legacy lives on through the Hospice of Palm Beach County’s John J. Brogan Bereavement Program, an educational grief and loss program which helps countless individuals in our community.”

Since 1978, Hospice of Palm Beach County has cared for nearly 70,000 patients nearing end of life. For more information about Hospice of Palm Beach County, visit www.hpbc.com.

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