Showing their appreciation for the beautiful quilts donated through Missouri Star Quilt are (front row, left to right)Bonnie Zimmer, R.N., B.S.N., After-Hours Nurse; Marilyn Romero, Healthcare Services Multilingual Representative; John Ray, Contact Center Training and Quality Analyst; (back row, left to right) Jewel Pinkney, Epic Audit Specialist; Vernell Webber, Contact Center Team Lead; Krystal Clay, Healthcare Services Representative II;Jerome Scott, Warehouse Assistant Driver; and Lynn Smith-Cronin, R.N., B.S.N., After-Hours Nurse Triage Manger
Lynn Smith-Cronin – Kelsey-Seybold (left) with Meg Gazaway -Missouri Star Quilts and Courtney Hughes-Missouri Star Quilts (center), and Jerome Scott, Kelsey-Seybold, show off a few of the beautiful quilts
One of the most comforting items individuals affected by a natural disaster can receive is a quilt. Lynn Smith-Cronin, manager of the After-Hours Nurse Advice Hotline at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, reached out to Missouri Star Quilt Company (in partnership with Project Linus) to have 250 quilts donated to Kelsey-Seybold employees impacted by the catastrophic floods from Hurricane Harvey. These quilts are valued at more than $6,000, if sold in stores. Each quilt is unique, colorful and comforting – not to mention a beautiful piece of artwork. These quilts will be distributed to Kelsey-Seybold employees, that were affected by Harvey, in the coming weeks.