Volunteer Awards

Grace Ann Durr Humanitarian Award

 

The Methodist Hospital Humanitarian Award is intended to honor outstanding individuals for their humanitarian and volunteer activities. The award is named in the honor of Grace Ann Durr (1926-2008), a long-serving and devoted Methodist Hospital board member and the first woman to lead the San Antonio Independent School District. Mrs. Durr was the daughter of G.S McCreless, a real estate developer who with four others donated land for the purpose of building a Methodist Hospital for the Community. Throughout her life, Mrs. Durr embraced the value of he human spirit and the duty of each of us to work diligently to improve ourselves and others. 

 

The Grace Ann Durr Methodist Hospital Humanitarian Award recognizes and honors outstanding employees, volunteers and Methodist Hospital affiliated physicians. 

 

Nominee Qualities

·      The nominee is an individual who demonstrates a level of commitment to community service beyond the daily operation of the facility that parallels their involvement to quality patient care

·      Demonstrates remarkable concern for the welfare and happiness of patients and has performed extraordinary acts of kindness (not necessarily in the area of direct patient care).

·      Has made contributions that may have been overshadowed due to personal modesty and genuine humility.

·      Makes this world a better place and inspires others to get involved by caring for the community and others in need. 

 

Congratulations to Lynelle, the 2014 recepient! 

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Our previous recepient for 2013 is Dottie Fountain! 

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"To me, volunteering with the Blue Birds is an opportunity to give back to the community. An extra plus for me is the association with the other volunteers – a wonderful group!"


Ken Floyd
20-year Volunteer


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