Thursday, October 10, 2019
6:00 – 9:30 pm
Safari Texas Ranch – Infinity Ballroom
11627 FM 1464, Richmond, TX 77407
The 2019 Patchwork of Life event will be held on Thursday, October 10, at Safari Texas Ranch in the Infinity Ballroom. Funds raised from the event will support 3D Mammography at OakBend’s Women’s Imaging Department.
As the only independent, nonprofit hospital in Fort Bend County, OakBend is committed to providing quality healthcare to the people it serves. Your support plays an important role in helping OakBend meet the needs of our community.
For more information about Patchwork of Life, please contact the Development Office at 281-341-3094 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sponsorship opportunities are now available.
• Golden Threads Sponsor: $10,000
• Community Fabric Sponsor: $5,000
• Patterns of Hope Sponsor: $3,000
• Stitches of Love Sponsor: $2,000
Tables and individual tickets can be purchased online (see button below) or by printing out the SPONSOR FORM and delivering to the Development Office.
Golden Threads Sponsors:
Community Fabric Sponsors:
Acclaim Strategic Power Specialists
Affiliates in Physical Therapy, Inc.
Consolidated Home Health
Medline Industries, Inc.
Petrosewicz Law Firm/May W. Tape, DDS
Safari Texas Ranch
SavaSeniorCare Administrative Services, LLC
Sunrise Healthcare Management Company, LLC
Patterns of Hope Sponsors:
Susan and Clark Carruth / Schell and Jeff Hammel
Dr. Paolo Champion / Dr. Ivan and Ruthanne Mefford
Clinical Pathology Laboratories
Cornerstone Hospital Bellaire
Loretta and Keith Flynn / Marilyn Phillips and Clay Berry
Laura and Joseph Freudenberger
Kindred Hospital Sugar Land
Sue and Tim McCarty
MHC Data Comm, Inc
OakBend Medical Group
Premier Performance Physical Therapy
Rose-Rich EM Physicians, PA
US Imaging, Inc.
West Houston Radiology RP Gulf Coast
Dr. Georgio and Michelle Ziakas
Stitches of Love Sponsors:
Acadiana Computer Systems
Alliant Insurance Service
Another Time Soda Fountain & Café
Briggs & Veselka Co.
Brown & Associates Medical Labs
Capital One, NA
Chapel Roofing / Expert Collision
City of Richmond
Classic Chevrolet / Veranda, A Johnson Development
Cryer Plastering Company
John and Tama Dorman
Virginia and Bob Douds
Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Sugar Land
Fort Bend Herald
Friends of AccessHealth
Garcia-Martin & Martin, PC
Gurecky Manufacturing Services, Inc.
HCA Gulf Coast Division
HCA Houston Healthcare West
Pat and Bob Hebert
ImageNet / McDonald & Wessendorff Insurance
Billie Jones / Wharton Journal-Spectator
Moerer & King, LLP
Moody National Bank
Mayor Evalyn Moore
NRG – WA Parish Plant
PHI Air Medical, LLC
Serpe, Jones, Andrews, Callender & Bell, PLLC
Si Environmental, LLC
Sugar Land Rotary Club
Trustmark National Bank
University of Houston
Wharton County Junior College
Wharton Rotary Club
State Representative John Zerwas, MD
Official Magazine Sponsor: Printing Sponsor:
absolutely! focus media Pamela Printing
EVENT CHAIR AUCTION CHAIR
Beth Johnson Kay Garrett
OakBend Medical Center’s sixth annual Patchwork of Life event in 2018 was the hospital’s largest fundraiser to date. The event raised almost $390,000 and those funds benefited the intensive care unit at OakBend’s Jackson Street Campus. The money raised was used for renovations that will help create a warm environment that inspires healing and helps patients achieve their best possible outcomes.
Ann and Jeff Council were the 2018 honorees for the event. Both Ann and Jeff have devoted years of service to OakBend Medical Center. Jeff has been on the board of director for more than 30 years and currently serves as the board president. Ann has been an active member of the Patchwork of Life committee since its inception and was also among the honorees in the inaugural event. A video played commemorating their service to not just OakBend Medical Center but to Fort Bend County and many of its non-profits.
Additionally, the hospital began an annual award named after Jeff Council, the “Jeff Council Award for Dedicated Service to OakBend Medical Center.” Each year, the hospital will recognize someone that has given back to OakBend in many ways.
With a crowd of over 700 attendees, the live auction brought in $117,000, the most lucrative auction to date.
Guests also had the opportunity to purchase and personalize a quilt square for the annual dedication quilt made by Pat Hebert. Pat has made a quilt for each Patchwork of Life event since 2013, and the 2018 quilt will hang in the ICU upon completion.