Obituaries, week of April 5,2020
Opal Maxine Gibson Mrs. Opal Maxine Gibson, age 77, passed away Monday, March 30, 2020 at her home in Laurel Hill, Fla. She was a native of Bay Minette, Ala. and had resided in Laurel Hill for the past three years. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was preceded in death by her parents, A.B. and Ralphine McDill; infant daughter, Melanie Loree Gibson; two brothers,…
ACH names Stabler radiology manager
Stabler Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) announced that Alisha Stabler has been promoted to the position of Radiology Manager. She joined ACH more than 19 years ago as a registered technologist and has worked in the radiology department since. Prior to that, Mrs. Stabler graduated from Pensacola Junior College with a degree in radiology. “Alisha has been promoted to the role of Radiology Manager after many years of service at ACH…
ACH names Miller patient access manager
Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) announced that Kimberly Miller has been promoted to the position of Patient Access Manager. She joined ACH more than 25 years ago as a financial counselor and has worked in the business office since. Prior to that, Miller graduated from T.R. Miller High School in Brewton. “Kim has been promoted to the role of Patient Access Manager after many years of service at ACH working, performing…
Hope in the time of the coronavirus
Bradley Bryne U.S. Congressman In Genesis 2, God says “It is not good that the man should be alone.” He made us for Himself, but he also made us for one another. Separation is painful for us all. This fight against the coronavirus called COVID-19 is hard. We are forced to separate from one another. Our economy is sorely wounded. Worse, our neighbors are infected with this disease, some fighting…
Grateful for support
Strange doesn’t describe it. Surreal maybe comes close – strange, not seeming real, like a dream. With each new update from state and federal government, life gets to be more surreal as we cope with the coronavirus pandemic. When we finished the April “atmore” magazine last week, we were operating under what we knew deadline day, March 25. Beyond that, we couldn’t foresee what would happen with businesses. Friday, March…