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Bowling Green, Ky. (December 9, 2019) – Med Center Health Foundation announces the establishment of the Joe and Nancy Cheek Hospitality House Endowment. The endowment has been made possible by their son-in-law Skip Potter’s generous gift in memory of Joe and Nancy. The gift recognizes their many years of dedication to the mission of Med Center Health Foundation and the Hospitality House in particular. Nancy Cheek served on the Board of Directors of The Medical Center at Bowling Green from 1977-2003 and on the Commonwealth Health Corporation Board from 1985-2007.
“Med Center Health is extremely grateful for Skip’s generous support,” says Ron Sowell, Executive Vice President. “Working with Joe and Nancy over the years was such a blessing and a privilege—we are glad for this opportunity to honor their memory by helping continue the important mission of the Hospitality House.”
The Hospitality House provides accommodations for family members or caregivers of patients with extended hospital stays at The Medical Center at Bowling Green or Commonwealth Regional Specialty Hospital. The Hospitality House includes 12 private guestrooms with baths, a large kitchen, dining room, prayer room, community room, and a business center with computers and internet service. Guests can eat, sleep and take care of even the most mundane daily tasks such as laundry in comfortable surroundings. There is no charge to stay at the Hospitality House; however, donations are gratefully accepted.
Others are encouraged to support the Hospitality House by contributing to the Joe and Nancy Cheek Hospitality House Endowment. For more information, contact Doris Thomas, Vice President of Development, at 270-745-1589.