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June 21, 2014

Community celebrates service, retirement of Pulice

FAIRMONT — Well over 100 community members came together Saturday at Fairmont’s Knights of Columbus to celebrate the years of service and now the retirement of Frank Pulice Jr. Pulice served over 35 years with Fairmont General Hospital and the Fairmont General Hospital Foundation.

“Over the years, this individual has left his footprints in many different areas of the hospital, the Fairmont General Hospital Foundation Board, the Volunteer Board, and also the Hospital Board, and his dedication and his passion to Fairmont General are unsurpassed, “ Peggy Coster, FGH president and CEO, said.

Pulice’s retirement will be effective June 30.

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