Thanks in part to a generous donation from the Hasty Family, in loving memory of the late Robert “Jim” Hasty, Ransom Memorial Hospital now has a Legacy Tree of Love, Honor, and Remembrance. The stunning cast bronze wall sculpture can be seen at the front entrance near patient registration. The piece will feature brass leaves that can be printed to honor or commemorate significant individuals. The Ransom Memorial Hospital Charitable Association (RMHCA) will be able to increase the value of the Hasty contribution by more than 10 times as donations are made to purchase leaves on the tree!
The Legacy is a beautiful way for family and friends to honor the memory of loved ones, celebrate special moments in the lives of those they love, or even honor their family name. With a gift of $200, each leaf will serve as a lasting tribute while supporting the work of the RMHCA. As healthcare continues to evolve and change, so does the medical equipment used to provide the highest quality of patient care. The proceeds from the Legacy Tree will ensure patients of Ransom Memorial Hospital continue to receive excellent care by providing funding for new and replacement equipment, programs and services.
To order a leaf, contact Kaci Brady at [email protected] or Call785-248-2911.
Gifts are tax deductible. Your gifts to the Ransom Memorial Hospital Charitable Association are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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