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Mundell family makes big donation to hospital

Prominent Orillia family gives back to Soldiers' Memorial
2017-11-28 Mundell Family Soliders' Memorial Hospital
From Left to Right: Michele Mundell, Shelley Harrison-Mundell, Erin CarpenterMundell, John Mundell, Judy Mundell, Chloe Carpenter, Connie Woodward-Mundell.




A prominent Orillia family has made a commitment towards improving patient care at their community hospital.

The Mundell’s have announced a pledge of $30,000 towards equipment and technology at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.

“The Mundell family continues to set a great example of being exemplary Orillia citizens,” said Mark Riczu, Executive Director, OSMH Foundation.

“This significant contribution will go a long way to ensuring our healthcare team has the tools they need to continue delivering excellent patient care.”

In recognition of the donation, the Hospital unit providing cardio respiratory care and rehabilitation will be named The Mundell Family Outpatient Cardio Respiratory & Rehabilitation Clinic.

“So many of our family, friends and clients use the services of OSMH,” said John Mundell, Vice President, Mundell Funeral Home.

“Giving back to an organization that touches so many in our community just made sense.”

The pledge commitment now brings the Mundell family’s total lifetime giving to OSMH to more than $200,000.

The OSMH Foundation is a proud partner of Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital and the people of Orillia and North Simcoe/Muskoka.

The Foundation provides funds to the hospital to buy medical equipment, sustain programs and assist the Hospital in maintaining its position as a leader in providing quality community based healthcare.