Brian Burnaugh Celebrating 25 years!
Welcome to my Personal Page. From here, you can help me support Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital as I participate in the Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital Run for Mercy 5k Run/Walk. I will be celebrating 25 years as a cancer survivor on 2/1/19! I am walking because I can! I am walking in memory of my mom, Nancy Burnaugh, who was a patient at Saint Joseph's until she passed away from cancer in 2015. I am walking in memory of Lynn Cordero Wyatt, who was also a patient at Saint Joseph's until she passed away in 2018. When I think of a hero, I think of someone with strong character, determination, courage, and a positive attitude. When I think my heroes, I think of mom and Lynn! Please join me raising money in memory of these ladies so others don't have to suffer.
As Atlanta’s first hospital, Emory Saint Joseph’s has a long history of providing compassionate, high – quality healthcare to those in need. Part of the Emory Healthcare system and a leader among Georgia hospitals, Emory Saint Joseph’s is recognized as a top referral hospital in the Southeast.
Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital has strengthened the communities it serves by focusing on the mind, body and spirit. A mission that was started by the Sisters of Mercy who came from Savannah to Atlanta in 1880. This mission strives to improve access to care without regard to a patients’ ability to pay. With your contribution today, we can continue to impact the city of Atlanta by bringing health and healing to those in need.
I’m so excited to be joining other supporters and families in the Atlanta community for the Emory Saint Joseph’s Run for Mercy 5k! Will you help me make a difference with a donation of any amount?
Thank you for supporting Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
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