TONY THOMPSON, GENERAL MANAGER WITH MURRAY ELECTRIC SYSTEMS PRESENTS DONATION OF $5,000 TO ENDURING HOPE CAMPAIGN WITH NAMING OF SOUTH TOWER PARKING LOT

Posted 09/12/2019


TONY THOMPSON, GENERAL MANAGER WITH MURRAY ELECTRIC SYSTEMS PRESENTS DONATION OF $5,000 TO ENDURING HOPE CAMPAIGN

On behalf of Murray Electric Systems Board of Directors a donation of $5,000 was presented to the Foundation at Murray-Calloway County Hospital in support of the Enduring Hope Campaign for the building of a new Regional Cancer Center.  The $5,000 is a commitment for the naming of the South Tower Parking lot at Murray-Calloway County Hospital. There are multiple parking lot naming opportunities available for anyone interested. Murray Electric Systems also donated $1,000 annually since 2013 for the Hospice House.

“Murray Electric Systems have been supporters of the Foundation for years. We certainly appreciate their support in helping us raise funds towards a new cancer center that will benefit our region,” said Keith Travis, CPO.

The Enduring Hope campaign has been launched to raise money for a new $12 million Regional Cancer Center which will bring the oncologists, social workers, pharmacy, and infusion area under one roof. The centerpiece of the new Regional Cancer Center’s equipment will be a state-of-the-art linear accelerator that can deliver stereotactic radiation therapy.

For more information on how you can support the building of a new Regional Cancer Center in Murray, or for naming opportunities please contact Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer at 270.227.0253.

Pictured above left to right: Keith Travis Chief Philanthropy Officer, Jerry Penner, CEO and Ken Winters, Board Member pictured with employees of Murray Electric Systems.