|Pugh Named 2008 Auxilian of the Year|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 25 June 2009 00:00|
She has been an Auxiliary member since 2001 and has served as Secretary since 2005. In addition, she served as co-chairperson of the spring conference that was held in 2008.
Regarding her experiences as a volunteer at the hospital, Pugh said, “I thoroughly enjoy being a member of the Hospital Auxiliary. I enjoy all the members of the auxiliary and everyone at the hospital is great! It’s a good place to be.”
Pugh joined the Auxiliary shortly after the passing of her husband. “It was a very devastating time in my life.”
Pugh works at the information desk and in the Gift Shop and has provided the hospital over 2,500 volunteer hours.
In addition to her volunteer time at the hospital, Pugh is a member of the First Christian Church and serves on many different committees. She also works on the election board at city and county elections. She belongs to the Washington County Red Hatters and likes to get together with friends.
Pugh has two unique accomplishments; one was winding the courthouse clock. Her husband was the official winder, but due to his illness, she climbed three different stairs and ladders to the clock each week for approximately 18 months. The other unique experience was during her grandson’s graduation from medical school. She was allowed to hold a human heart in her hands while he explained the workings of the heart to her. Pugh says her children and grandchildren are the best and greatest experiences of them all.
Pugh resides in Salem. She has one daughter, Nancy, who lives in Bedford, Indiana. a son, Jim who lives in Cincinnati, Ohio and one grandson, Aaron, who is a physician in Louisville.
Pugh worked for 25 years for the Washington-Scott Co. Farm Bureau Co-Op. She is also owner and manager of five rental houses.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2009 09:53|