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Gammill Donates to OMC Cancer Treatment Center

Gammill donates to OMC Cancer Treatment Center

Gammill, Inc.of West Plains recently made a donation to the Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Cancer Treatment Center (CTC). Gammill employees donated over $800 to be earmarked for the CTC’s Emergency Fund. The fund can play a critical role in easing the burden of cancer patients and allowing them to overcome obstacles and focus on the task of healing. The fund is designated for two areas of support: transportation and medication.

In addition to the cash donation, Gammill donated five tablets that can be used by chemotherapy patients to pass the time by listening to music, watching movies or reading books on the tablet.

“We sincerely appreciate the employees of Gammill for this generous donation. This gift will truly make a difference for our patients at the Cancer Treatment Center,” said Brian Pence, Director of the Cancer Treatment Center.

“The generosity of the Gammill employees is amazing. The donation to the Emergency Fund and the thoughtful gift of the tablets will benefit so many of our patients,” said Ward Franz, Executive Director of the OMC Foundation.

Pictured left to right are: Pence, with OMC; Robert Webb, Shandi Brinkman, Inocencio Leija with Gammill. Franz, with OMC; Kent Adams, Lana Adams, John Buse, Kyle Mings, Sandy Johnson, Aubrey Stephens, Richard Capp, Bonnie Phillips, Jennifer Smith, Chris Caldwell , Rhonda Cobb, Michelle Weaver, Patty Collins, and Debbie Strong with Gammill, Inc.

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