A Venetian masquerade benefits hospital
The Chesapeake Regional Health Foundation presented its Tenth Annual Gala at the Chesapeake Convention Center to benefit the Chesapeake Regional Medical Center's oncology services. Gala Chairman Jim Parroco and his dedicated committee created a spectacular evening themed City of Bridges
Mark Cox, Chesapeakes Director of Public Communications, and his wife Lynn
Peter Szoke, M.D. of Bayview Physicians Cedar Road Medical Associates with his wife, Laurie, a pharmaceutical representative.
TrustNetMd CEO, John May and Ann May.
From left: Towne Banks Sheree Best with Chesapeake Health Foundations Patrick Reynolds and his wife, Sheryl. Patrick will be next years Gala Chief for Sleuths, Spies and Suspense.
Lead Gala Sponsors Towne Bank President Buddy Copeland with his wife, Merle, on left and Executive Vice President Jeanette Totten on right.
Robert G. Culpepper of the Chesapeake Hospital Authority
Roland Davis, Sajomach Business Services, sponsored the Coffee Bar and found his napkins everywhere!
Pender and Coward Attorney Drew Kubovcik and wife, Brooke. Pender and Coward was also a Gala sponsor.
From left: Lisa Buckley Lewis, Terry Barnard and Diane Shelor, Edge Fitness owner
Good sports had their faces painted
The dance floor filled up with revelers throughout the evening
Channel 48s Rae Pearson-Benn
Attorney Rob MacDonald and his wife
Keith Buckley and Lina Axanova chatted with TrustNetMD CEO John May and his wife, Ann.
Internet Marketing and Designs CEO Terry Young, Shopper Publisher Jean Loxley-Barnard, and Shopper COO Nikki Young
Edge Fitness owner, Diane Shelor, with husband, Fred
Channel 48s Rae Pearson-Benn and Lynn Cox
Chesapeake Generals Founding CEO, Dr. Don Buckley and his wife, Alvene
Shopper CEO and Publisher, Jean Loxley-Barnard and Terry Barnard
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