Calvary Hospital’s 26th Annual Awards Gala
Wednesday, June 3,
2009 at The Pierre in New York City.
Charles J. Groppe, Esq., Putney, Twombly Hall &
Hirson LLP received the Calvary Medal.
John A. Decina, AIA, CEO, Barr & Barr,
Inc.,received the Calvary Distinguished Trustee Service
Altstadt, COO, Mutual of America; Ernesto L. Butcher, Deputy Executive
Director of Operations, The Port Authority of New York &
New Jersey; Louis J. Cappelli, Chairman, Sterling
National Bank; Thomas J. Fahey, Jr. MD, Senior
Vice President of Clinical Program Development, Anne
Burnett Windfohr Chair of Clinical Oncology & Medical
Director, International Programs, Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Chairman of the Board,
CEO, Corporate Governance Associates LLC; Magdalen
Gaynor, Esq., Law Offices of Magdalen Gaynor;
Steven J. Golub, Vice Chairman, Lazard; Diarmuid
M. Hogan, President & CEO, Global Excess Partners,
Henry J. Humphreys; Andrea Hyde, Esq., Partner, Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson LLP;
Thomas M. Lamberti, Esq., Partner, Putney
Twombly, Hall & Hirson LLP; Stephen J. Macri,
Esq., Partner, Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson LLP; Michael M. Mariani, Esq.,
Senior Vice President and Deputy General Trust Counsel,
Fiduciary Trust Company International; William A.
McKenna, Jr., Chairman Emeritus, Ridgewood Savings
Richard E. Meyer,
Chairman, Global Excess Partners, LLC, Chairman of the
Board, Calvary Fund; Joseph J. Morrow, Chief
Executive Officer, Morrow & Co., LLC; Daniel F.
Murphy, Jr., Esq., Managing Partner, Putney, Twombly,
Hall & Hirson LLP; Gerald Tobin, Chairman,
Calvary Professional Advisors Council; and Geoffrey
H. Ward, Esq., Partner, Putney, Twombly, Hall &
Hirson LLP were Dinner Co-Chairs.
Mary and William Buckley, Myra and Arthur Mahon, Diahn
W. and Thomas McGrath,
and Stratford Wallace
were the Gala Co-Chairs.
Dennis M. Schneider, Executive Vice President, Transervice Lease Corp. and Olga Luz
Tirado, President & CEO, LT Communications the
Al Roker, Co-Host, NBC Today Show, was the Master of
Ceremonies. Broadway’s Melissa Errico gave a
Since its founding in 1899,
has been devoted to providing care to adult patients in
the advanced stages of cancer, addressing the symptoms
of the disease, not its cure. Operated in connection
with the Archdiocese of New York, Calvary is a
voluntary, not-for-profit hospital, embodying a
tradition of caring through its many programs and
services. The cornerstone of Calvary’s program of service is its philosophy of compassionate care through
its acute inpatient, outpatient, home care, hospice
services, nursing home hospice and wound care services.
Through its Palliative Care Institute,
Calvary strives to
transmit its exceptional knowledge of caring for the
advanced cancer patient to other health care
professionals, through research and education. The
National Cancer Institute designated
Calvary as the International
Standard of Excellence for Palliative Care.
years Gala information contact:
Gala Headquarters at (212) 627-1000 or fax to (212)