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Mercy Medical Center breakfast recognizes corporate donors

Michael O. Scherr, left, president and CEO of EMJAY Engineering and Construction, and Al Saxon, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Vision Technologies, attended the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

Michael O. Scherr, left, president and CEO of EMJAY Engineering and Construction, and Al Saxon, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Vision Technologies, attended the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Barbara Anderson, general sales manager of WBAL-TV; Glenn Ross, a managing partner and owner of Marquette Associates investment consulting firm; Thomas R. Mullen, president and CEO of Mercy Health Services; and Dan Joerres, president and general manager of WBAL-TV, pose for a photo. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Barbara Anderson, general sales manager of WBAL-TV; Glenn Ross, a managing partner and owner of Marquette Associates investment consulting firm; Thomas R. Mullen, president and CEO of Mercy Health Services; and Dan Joerres, president and general manager of WBAL-TV, pose for a photo. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Sam Runfola, marketing manager and sports medical director of NovaCare Rehabilitation; Lakiah Henson, business development manager of NovaCare Rehabilitation; and Eleanor Hajduk, a manager at the Mercy Health Foundation, enjoy their time at the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Sam Runfola, marketing manager and sports medical director of NovaCare Rehabilitation; Lakiah Henson, business development manager of NovaCare Rehabilitation; and Eleanor Hajduk, a manager at the Mercy Health Foundation, enjoy their time at the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

Veolia North America colleagues Pamela Clark, left, the company’s account management director, and Matt Ware, vice president of operations, enjoy the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

Veolia North America colleagues Pamela Clark, left, the company’s account management director, and Matt Ware, vice president of operations, enjoy the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Rina Yee, a director with DHG Healthcare; Sister Helen Amos, RSM, executive chair of Mercy's Board of Trustees; and Norman Mosrie, a partner with DHG Healthcare, attended the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

From left, Rina Yee, a director with DHG Healthcare; Sister Helen Amos, RSM, executive chair of Mercy’s Board of Trustees; and Norman Mosrie, a partner with DHG Healthcare, attended the recognition breakfast. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

The Mary Catherine Bunting Center played host to 75 guests at Mercy Medical Center’s Corporate Partners Recognition Breakfast March 27. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

The Mary Catherine Bunting Center played host to 75 guests at Mercy Medical Center’s Corporate Partners Recognition Breakfast March 27. (Photo by Jennifer McMenamin)

Sister Helen Amos, RSM, executive chair of Mercy Health Services’ Board of Trustees, and Thomas R. Mullen, president and CEO of Mercy Medical Center, led a “Corporate Partners Recognition Breakfast” March  27 in the mezzanine level of The Mary Catherine Bunting Center in Baltimore.

About 75 guests attended to event, which thanked and honored Mercy’s corporate partners, whose generosity advances the Mercy mission of healing and service. They were treated to a plated breakfast as Mullen gave remarks to the crowd, which included 33 of Mercy’s corporate partners. Marilynn Duker, CEO of Brightview Senior Living LLC, also spoke to the guests.

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