Kalkreuth donates $10K to Frederick Memorial

Kalkreuth donates $10k to Frederick Memorial

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Tom Kleinhanzl, president and CEO of Frederick (Md.) Regional Health System, left, receives a check for $10,000 from J. David Hesse, vice president of the Maryland division of Kalkreuth Roofing & Sheet Metal, to place Kalkreuth on the Frederick Memorial Hospital Corporate Honor Roll. With them is Dr. Greg Rausch, chairman of the FMH Development Council, and Robin Rose, vice president and chief development officer of Frederick Memorial Hospital.

FREDERICK, Md. — Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal presented Frederick Memorial Hospital with a $10,000 pledge, continuing the company’s commitment to the FMH Corporate Honor Roll. The contribution is helping to build the new James M. Stockman Cancer Institute, which is slated to open later this summer. The new facility will house Frederick Regional Health System’s cancer-care program.

“FMH relies upon the support of local businesses to help us achieve our strategic goals,” Tom Kleinhanzl, president and CEO of Frederick Regional Health System, said in a statement. “We are grateful to Kalkreuth for their continued generosity and commitment to help us meet the health-care needs of the community.”

The FMH Business and Industry Committee founded the FMH Corporate Honor Roll to provide financial support for FMH’s strategic capital goals.

The roster includes a diverse group of more than 87 local businesses, organizations and foundations dedicated to helping FMH fulfill its commitment to serving the health-care needs of the community.