Music For Gene
Gene, a life-long musician, wished to hear the music he loves one final time.
Gene was a dedicated musician for many years, playing at his church and in his band: The Gospel Quartet. His wish was to hear the music he loved most, southern gospel, one last time. One of our amazing Wish Partners and local performing artist, Beverly Lincke, was overjoyed at the opportunity to perform for Gene and sang a medley of well-loved gospel hymns.
Beverly’s voice carried throughout the Inpatient Center, and a group of families gathered around once she started singing. Gene’s social worker, Darleen, said he would raise his eyebrows and squeeze her hand when Beverly sang a high note.
Mary wishes for a new TV to enjoy her favorite programs with her family.
Mary and her family have a long list of shows they like to watch together. So when they needed a new TV, she knew who to ask. Our My Wish program exists to grant wishes like these – the simple things that make life better for our patients and their families. With your help, we can provide a new TV for Mary so she can get back to doing what she loves with her family.
Alice’s Beach Trip
Alice wants to enjoy one more Panama City Beach vacation with her family.
Alice counts her blessings every day. Among them are the memories she’s made in Panama City Beach, where she’s been fortunate to take her children and grandchildren every summer. Alice is hoping to enjoy one more visit to the beach with her beloved grandchildren. With your help, we can send Alice and her loved ones to stay on the beach in Panama City, so they can build sandcastles, cook memorable meals and soak up the sun together one last time. Life is just better at the beach.
Wilson’s Birthday Celebration
Wilson wishes to celebrate his birthday with a BBQ.
When Wilson throws a birthday party, he knows exactly what he wants. He’s wishing to celebrate with his entire family feasting on smoked Boston Butt, potato salad, coleslaw, beans, broccoli salad, rolls – and, of course, cake and ice cream. (Anything else, Wilson?) We’re happy to help … and hopeful you’ll help us give Wilson one more wonderful birthday. When it comes time to blow out the candles, we know he’ll wish the party would never end.