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UPHHPD supports history center

April 26, 2013
The Mining Journal

Upper Peninsula Home Health Hospice and Private Duty recently made a $6,000 pledge to the Marquette Regional History Center's capital campaign. Shown at the presentations are, from left: Sarah Janda, capital campaign manager of the history center; Jeff Nyquist, executive director/CEO of U.P. Home Health Hospice; and Lindsay Hemmila, director of community services for U.P. Home Health Hospice.

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Upper Peninsula Home Health Hospice and Private Duty recently made a $6,000 pledge to the Marquette Regional History Center’s capital campaign. Shown at the presentations are, from left: Sarah Janda, capital campaign manager of the history center; Jeff Nyquist, executive director/CEO of U.P. Home Health Hospice; and Lindsay Hemmila, director of community services for U.P. Home Health Hospice.

 
 
 

 

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