Ahresty employees give gift of life


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From left are: front, Sherry Barrett, 10-unit donor; Fadi Al-Ghawi, chairperson of the team and 149-unit donor; Wanda Shibley, 20-unit donor; Tamika Mallow, 5-unit donor; and Wayne Avedisian, 34-unit donor; back, Roger Hughes, 39-unit donor; Eric Studt, 8-unit donor; John Patrick, 9-unit donor; Howard Johns, 48-unit donor; and Dennis Chaney, 38-unit donor.

From left are: front, Sherry Barrett, 10-unit donor; Fadi Al-Ghawi, chairperson of the team and 149-unit donor; Wanda Shibley, 20-unit donor; Tamika Mallow, 5-unit donor; and Wayne Avedisian, 34-unit donor; back, Roger Hughes, 39-unit donor; Eric Studt, 8-unit donor; John Patrick, 9-unit donor; Howard Johns, 48-unit donor; and Dennis Chaney, 38-unit donor.


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WILMINGTON — The Ahresty Blood Donor Team members are passionate about their blood drive events held throughout the year at their facilities.

In 2017, they held five blood drives with an average of 33 donors per drive. They were the recipient for the Platinum Award, which they have received for several years in a row. The Platinum Award is for meeting 100 percent or greater blood drive efficiency.

Members of the team always encourage others to donate for a good cause; every pint of blood will save three lives.

If you are interested, please check the Community Blood Center of Dayton at www.GivingBlood.org.

From left are: front, Sherry Barrett, 10-unit donor; Fadi Al-Ghawi, chairperson of the team and 149-unit donor; Wanda Shibley, 20-unit donor; Tamika Mallow, 5-unit donor; and Wayne Avedisian, 34-unit donor; back, Roger Hughes, 39-unit donor; Eric Studt, 8-unit donor; John Patrick, 9-unit donor; Howard Johns, 48-unit donor; and Dennis Chaney, 38-unit donor.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/05/web1_ahresty.jpgFrom left are: front, Sherry Barrett, 10-unit donor; Fadi Al-Ghawi, chairperson of the team and 149-unit donor; Wanda Shibley, 20-unit donor; Tamika Mallow, 5-unit donor; and Wayne Avedisian, 34-unit donor; back, Roger Hughes, 39-unit donor; Eric Studt, 8-unit donor; John Patrick, 9-unit donor; Howard Johns, 48-unit donor; and Dennis Chaney, 38-unit donor. Courtesy photo

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