2012 Press Releases

2012 Press Releases

Culbertson Memorial Hospital employee Brandon Gallaher was named the 2012 Employee of the
Year.- December 12, 2012

Brandon is a life long resident of Brown County and a 1999 graduate of Brown County High School. After graduation he attended Vatterott College in Quincy and received his certificate in Computer Technology.

Brandon joined the staff at Culbertson on November 1, 2010.

Brandon and his wife Holly Gallaher, who also works for Culbertson in Administration, were married in December, 2006, and they are expecting their first child in January 2013.
In his spare time, Brandon enjoys grilling, yard work, playing the drums and tinkering
on computers.

Brandon was nominated by his fellow co-workers for his dedication, willingness to lend a hand whenever needed, and his positive attitude. Here are a few comments made by his coworkers.

  • “Brandon is respectful, full of ideas and hardworking.”
  • “Brandon is so nice. He is always willing to help with whatever he can. He always has a good attitude.”
  • “Brandon is a great asset to our hospital! He is very knowledgeable and is always ready and willing to help when needed.”
  • “Brandon continues to be a tremendous asset to CMH. He is involved and committed to the hospital and has taken on a leadership role with the customer service task force. Brandon strives to make Culbertson a better place to work. We would be lucky to have more Brandon’s.”
  • “Brandon is motivated and helpful to start new programs to benefit the hospital.”

CMH Foundation receives a $250,000 donation for use within the hospitals Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Department!

The CMH Foundation is excited to announce the receipt of a check from “The Chicago Community Trust” in the amount of $250,000! This donation was made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor advised fund with the Chicago Community Foundation. It is critical to the donor that the money be used only within the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Department of Culbertson Memorial Hospital.

Vicki Reedy, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Supervision, said “Words seem too inadequate to properly respond to this most needed and overwhelming gift. I can assure I will be ever vigilant in the use of this gift for the needs of both our clients and our service.