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PAGE 20 FEATURE:<br />

KEVIN GLASCOE<br />

REBORN<br />

MARCH 27!<br />

PAGE<br />

10<br />

HADE'S 5<br />

EASY FASHION<br />

TRENDS<br />

THE BUDDY<br />

POOLE STORY<br />

PAGE<br />

14<br />

PAGE<br />

32<br />

TASTE OF<br />

CABARRUS<br />

Q&A WITH<br />

PHYLLIS<br />

WINGATE<br />

PAGE<br />

21<br />

ABOUT THE<br />

COVER ART<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2019</strong><br />

$50.00<br />

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Simply The Best<br />

SIMPLY THE BEST<br />

Lyric Adaptation by Phyllis A. Wingate, Joseph Leviner,<br />

Stephanie Stewart and Jeannette Almeida<br />

You come, you need us,<br />

your health is on the line<br />

You come to us, we’re there for you,<br />

there for you<br />

When you come to us,<br />

give us your every need<br />

You have a lifetime of hope and<br />

a world full of dreams<br />

Good Health, Hope, Healing,<br />

you know what that means<br />

And we sing a song<br />

We take your health, and make you strong<br />

CHORUS<br />

We’re Simply the Best!<br />

Better than all the rest!<br />

Better for everyone, anyone with<br />

needs-we’ve met<br />

We’re stuck on the best!<br />

Hung up on everything good<br />

That sets us apart!<br />

We won’t accept anything less!<br />

We’re Atrium-the best!!<br />

In your heart we see the need,<br />

every night and every day<br />

In your eyes, we see hope no one<br />

can wash away<br />

Just as long as you’re here in this space<br />

You could be in no better place<br />

[CHORUS]<br />

Each time you leave us you’re taking control<br />

You’re walking away, with our heart and soul<br />

We are here for you, you’re never alone<br />

Health, Hope and Healing until you grow old<br />

[CHORUS]<br />

<strong>2019</strong> "I Love NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong>" Teammate Giving Campaign<br />

Chairs, Phyllis Wingate, President and Dr. Robert Kinney, VP of<br />

Medical Education and Research (pictured right) challenged<br />

Teammates to reach a goal of $278,000. In celebration, they<br />

performed their rendition of Simply the Best.<br />

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CONTENTS<br />

20<br />

FEATURE STORY<br />

Kevin Glascoe - A Grateful Patient's Story<br />

A lesson in Health, a renewed sense of Hope and the team that Healed<br />

Kevin Glascoe technically died in the Atrium Health Cabarrus Emergency Department,<br />

but the ED and Cardiac staff refused to let him go.<br />

6 Letter from the Chairs<br />

8 Sponsors/Volunteers<br />

10 Hade's 5 Easy <strong>Fashion</strong> Trends<br />

11 <strong>Fashion</strong> <strong>Night</strong> Hosts<br />

14 The Buddy Poole Story<br />

16 Photos Celebrating 25 Years<br />

21 About the Cover Art<br />

24 Gran Mary's Strawberry Cheese Ring<br />

28 25th Anniversary Celebration Photos<br />

32 Health, Hope and Heels: Phyllis Wingate<br />

37 Grateful Patient<br />

38 Teams, Stores and Models<br />

GREETINGS FROM<br />

THE FOUNDATION TEAM<br />

On behalf of your NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> Family, thank<br />

you for your outstanding support as we celebrate a<br />

legacy of 25 Years of the NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> and 39<br />

years of “<strong>Foundation</strong> <strong>Fashion</strong> <strong>Night</strong>.” Tonight’s event<br />

is a beautiful tradition that annually pulls together all<br />

facets of our community to raise much-needed dollars<br />

to support critical areas and needs of our hospital in a<br />

very special way. We thank you our sponsors, donors,<br />

models and guests for your generosity. Tonight, our<br />

goal is to raise over $100,000 and with your support<br />

we will!<br />

In this fourth and silver anniversary issue of our FFN<br />

<strong>Magazine</strong>, we give you a glimpse of the heartwarming<br />

stories that through your support have impacted<br />

and touched the lives of so many. Stories of joyous<br />

celebrations and triumphs, while others are a<br />

remembrance of difficult health battles and challenges.<br />

One thing has always remained true, that our hospital,<br />

doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals have been<br />

by your side to care for you and your loved ones with<br />

devotion, compassion and dedication.<br />

Your NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> Family is committed to<br />

fundraising by fulfilling our mission of providing our<br />

hospital and community with the necessary resources<br />

to make your care “Simply the Best” above all. Thank<br />

you to our Board of Directors and our Hospital Senior<br />

Leadership for supporting us in all that we do!<br />

We are honored and humbled by the trust you have in<br />

us to be good stewards of your philanthropic support.<br />

Because of your giving heart, we continue to touch<br />

the lives of so many! Together we make our hospital<br />

exceptional by Improving Health, Elevating Hope and<br />

Advancing Healing for all.<br />

Gratefully,<br />

Your NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> Family<br />

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presented by<br />

NORTHEAST FOUNDATION<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2019</strong><br />

BOARD OF DIRECTORS<br />

DAKEITA VANDERBURG, Chair PAT HORTON, Vice Chair<br />

STEVE TALBERT, Secretary BOB BRATTON, Treasurer JON YANCEY, Immediate Past Chair<br />

Scott Baker, MD Susan Bare Jan Beatty-Hendley John Bishop Pam Cain Ann Cannon<br />

Bill Connolly Allen Craven Bill Dusch Diane Honeycutt Michael Houston, MD Jane Jacobs<br />

Britt Leatherman Will Lisk Tom Long III, MD John Morrison, Jr. Brent Mullis, MD Meg Patchett, PhD<br />

Geraldine Plott Kristin Rodgers Dianne Snyder Jessica Tucker John Turner, DMD Dean Wike<br />

FOUNDATION STAFF<br />

CHARLIE SASTOQUE, <strong>Foundation</strong> President<br />

ROSALEE ANGLIN, Director of Grants and <strong>Foundation</strong>s<br />

HEATHER KINCEL, Director of Corporate Relations and Marketing<br />

KEVIN LAWS, Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving<br />

MEREDITH MAULDIN, Development Officer, Principal Gifts<br />

JUDY MONTAGUE, Executive Assistant to the President<br />

ANGEL OVERCASH, Director of Special Events and Community Relations<br />

JESLYN WILLIAMS, Data Information and Prospect Research Manager<br />

HEATHER KINCEL<br />

Editor-in-Chief<br />

PUBLISHED BY CRE8TVE WORKS<br />

RITCHIE ELKINS, President<br />

TILLMAN ROSS, Senior Cre8tve Director<br />

CONTRIBUTING STORES<br />

3 JEM'S BOUTIQUE | ADAIR STYLE STUDIO | CONCORD'S BEST DRESSED KIDS<br />

CABARRUS COUNTRY CLUB PRO SHOP | HAMPTON'S MEN'S CLOTHING | HOPE'S BRIDAL BOUTIQUE<br />

JCPENNEY OF CONCORD | LOVE YOU BACK BOUTIQUE | LOVELY LINES BOUTIQUE | MCKENZIE JADE'S<br />

MR. TUXEDO | NORDSTROM SOUTHPARK | PRETTY PLEASE BOUTIQUE | UNIQUE BOUTIQUE | VIRGINIA'S<br />

TASTE OF CABARRUS<br />

2 GALS KITCHEN | 73 & MAIN | ATRIUM HEALTH SODEXO | CABARRUS ARENA & EVENTS CENTER<br />

CABARRUS BREWING COMPANY | CHICK-FIL-A CONCORD PARKWAY<br />

DOUGH NEW YORK STYLE BAKERY | DOUGHGIRLS CATERING | JIM 'N NICK'S BAR-B-Q<br />

KRISPY KREME | LOCAL 25 | S&D COFFEE & TEA | SOUTHERN GRACE DISTILLERIES<br />

THE SMOKE PIT | THE SWEET LIFE<br />

www.GiveNorthEast<strong>Foundation</strong>.org (704) 403-1369<br />

920 Church Street North Concord, NC 28025<br />

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@ NorthEast<strong>Foundation</strong>


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GOOD EVENING,<br />

FRIENDS!<br />

Welcome to the 39th Annual NorthEast<br />

<strong>Foundation</strong> <strong>Fashion</strong> <strong>Night</strong>! We are honored to<br />

host this amazing event that through the years<br />

has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars<br />

invested into improving our hospital, Atrium<br />

Health Cabarrus, and community. Tonight, we<br />

have the opportunity to add to that with a<br />

goal of raising $100,000 to support this great<br />

hospital, which has helped to shape Cabarrus<br />

and neighboring counties.<br />

The Atrium Health Cabarrus mission statement<br />

reads: “To Improve Health, Elevate Hope and<br />

Advance Healing – for all.” Tonight we are all<br />

here for the one common goal of supporting<br />

our hospital. We are thankful for the people,<br />

physicians, nurses, administrators, hospital staff<br />

and everyone else who makes this hospital<br />

great. Every day they are striving to do their<br />

best for all. The money raised from tonight's<br />

event supports innovative technology, special<br />

programs and critically needed projects for<br />

areas of our hospital.<br />

<strong>Foundation</strong> <strong>Fashion</strong> <strong>Night</strong> is truly an event the<br />

whole community can get behind with stores,<br />

models, volunteers and restaurants coming<br />

together from all surrounding areas of the<br />

community. Whether you work for the hospital,<br />

volunteer for the hospital, donate to the<br />

<strong>Foundation</strong>, or are a first-time supporter, thank<br />

you for being here! Tonight wouldn’t be possible<br />

without the help of all of you.<br />

We would also like to congratulate the wonderful<br />

staff at the NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> on their 25th<br />

Anniversary. Thank you for ALL you do every day<br />

to make Atrium Health Cabarrus even better!<br />

So please, sit back and enjoy the show!<br />

Reid and Ashelea Chaney<br />

Chad and Lauren Flack<br />

Drs. Mark and Katherine Van Poppel<br />

<strong>2019</strong><br />

FASHION NIGHT<br />

CHAIRS<br />

Reid and Ashelea<br />

CHANEY<br />

Chad and Lauren<br />

FLACK<br />

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Drs. Mark and Katherine<br />

VAN POPPEL


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Sponsors & Volunteers, Thank You!<br />

TITLE SPONSORS<br />

$10,000<br />

Charlotte Radiology<br />

S&D Coffee & Tea<br />

PLATINUM SPONSORS<br />

$5,000<br />

Carolina Neurosurgery &<br />

Spine Associates<br />

NorthEast Anesthesia &<br />

Pain Specialists, PA<br />

Shoe Show, Inc.<br />

US Acute Care Solutions<br />

GOLD SPONSORS<br />

$2,500<br />

Ben Mynatt Family of Dealerships<br />

Cabarrus and Harrisburg<br />

Animal Hospitals<br />

Casco Signs, Inc.<br />

Cre8tve Works, LLC<br />

CSM Production<br />

Hendrick Motorsports<br />

South Central Oil Co., Inc.<br />

TEAM HONEYCUTT /<br />

Allen Tate Realtors<br />

Wells Fargo<br />

SILVER SPONSORS<br />

$1,000<br />

Alex. Brown<br />

Susan Howell Bare<br />

Bright Inspired Dentistry<br />

Cabarrus College of<br />

Health Sciences<br />

Bill & Ann Cannon<br />

City Club at Gibson Mill<br />

Complete Design & Packaging LLC<br />

Dermatology Group of<br />

the Carolinas<br />

Bill & Debbie Dusch<br />

Hilbish Ford<br />

Dr. George Khouri<br />

Main Street Insurance Group<br />

Miranda Cook Zoltanski DBA Cook<br />

Insurance and Financial, Inc.<br />

John & Peg Morrison<br />

Parker's Crane Service, Inc.<br />

Propst Brothers Dists., Inc.<br />

Smile Cabarrus Family and<br />

Pediatric Dentistry<br />

The Byrd Agency<br />

Uwharrie Bank<br />

Drs. Katherine & Mark Van Poppel<br />

Wayne Brothers Companies<br />

BRONZE SPONSORS<br />

$500<br />

Pam Cain & Kent Gandee<br />

Cannon School<br />

Stan & Carolyn Carpenter<br />

Charlotte Eye Ear Nose &<br />

Throat Associates, PA -<br />

Concord Office<br />

Community First Bank<br />

Concord Pediatric Dentistry<br />

Craven & Company Realtors /<br />

Allen, Janet & Ford Craven<br />

DeAnna Ford, CPA<br />

F&M Bank<br />

First Impressions Family Dentistry<br />

Gordon Food Service<br />

Woody & Betty Hathaway<br />

Independent Tribune<br />

M Gibbs Ltd<br />

Northeast Digestive Health Center<br />

Paragon Surgical Specialists<br />

Perdue Farms - Concord<br />

Pinnacle Financial Partners<br />

Robins & Morton<br />

Southeast Radiation<br />

Oncology Group, PA<br />

Steve & Brenda Talbert<br />

Phyllis A. Wingate<br />

Yancey Financial, LLC<br />

GIFTS OF SUPPORT<br />

Bob and Gail Bratton<br />

Concord / Natalie Atwell<br />

Counseling Associates<br />

Mrs. George W. (Jane) Liles<br />

Potter & Company, PA CPA<br />

FLORIST<br />

Chelish Moore Flowers<br />

HAIR & MAKEUP<br />

Evergreen Salon and Spa<br />

It's All About You Salon<br />

Salon by InStyle<br />

Sweet Magnolia Beauties<br />

PHOTOGRAPHY<br />

Irresistible Portraits by<br />

Karen Goforth<br />

Michael A. Anderson<br />

Photography<br />

PRODUCTION<br />

Crown Productions<br />

PROGRAM DESIGN<br />

Cre8tve Works<br />

SHUTTLE SERVICE<br />

Ben Mynatt Family of<br />

Dealerships<br />

SPECIAL<br />

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS<br />

Bonefish Grill<br />

Bright Inspired Dentistry<br />

Cabarrus Country Club,<br />

Alex Bogomolov,<br />

Director of Tennis<br />

Carolina Panthers<br />

Concord Mills<br />

Dermatology Group<br />

of the Carolinas<br />

Great Wolf Lodge<br />

It's All About You Salon<br />

Nordstrom SouthPark<br />

Platinum Limousines, Inc.<br />

Southern Strain Brewing<br />

Company<br />

VOLUNTEERS / COMMITTEES<br />

Katie Anson<br />

Melissa Arrington<br />

Katherine Barrier<br />

Amanda Beasley<br />

Ashelea Chaney<br />

Lori Clark<br />

Casey Cruse<br />

Alexus Dalton<br />

Lauren Flack<br />

Rebecca Frost<br />

Kayla Hoehman<br />

Lisa Jeffcoat<br />

Nicole Kennedy<br />

Mary Laws<br />

Heather Lechner<br />

Mary Anne Miller<br />

Ashley Moore<br />

Angela Newsome<br />

Hade E. Robinson, Jr.<br />

Geraldine Plott<br />

Candace Prince<br />

Beth Troutman<br />

Dr. Katherine Van Poppel<br />

Dakeita Vanderburg<br />

Rhonda Weaver &<br />

Daughter<br />

Deann Welke<br />

Chris Westveer<br />

Gina Young<br />

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Hade E. Robinson, Jr. – Carolina Style Guy<br />

HADE'S 5 EASY<br />

FASHION TRENDS<br />

ANIMAL PRINTS<br />

Just when you thought they may have<br />

gone away, they seem to be here to stay!<br />

It’s one of the hottest and easiest trends<br />

to have in your wardrobe. You can wear<br />

animal prints in a dress, from head to toe<br />

or pare it back with your favorite top or<br />

bottom - just have fun with it.<br />

FLORALS<br />

What lady doesn’t like flowers? Florals<br />

make any woman feel pretty. Dresses, tops,<br />

pants and coats, wear your favorite floral<br />

print this season and be right on trend.<br />

Guys, you’ll see floral prints sneak their<br />

way into your wardrobe choices too this<br />

season.<br />

PLAID CRAZINESS<br />

We all have said, “Plaid, plaid<br />

go away, come again another<br />

day.” Well it’s back and seems<br />

like it’s here to stay. If you<br />

already have it in the back<br />

of your closet, pull it out and<br />

refresh it!<br />

ANYTHING WITH A SHINE<br />

Girls it’s time to wear sequins in the day! Yes, feel<br />

fabulous all day long with a shine to make it special.<br />

Guys, you can wear something sequin too, from t-shirts<br />

to jackets. Don’t wait for a special event to wear it -<br />

stand out even at the grocery store!<br />

MONOCHROMATIC<br />

This is easy for everyone.<br />

Pick a color, your favorite<br />

color and make it yours<br />

from head to toe! It’s the<br />

easiest trend for everyone<br />

all season long!


• 5-year host of <strong>Foundation</strong> <strong>Fashion</strong> <strong>Night</strong> – NorthEast<br />

<strong>Foundation</strong> – Atrium Health Cabarrus<br />

• Editor-at-Large for Charlotte Living<br />

• Past Pageant Director and Franchise Owner – preliminaries<br />

to Miss Carolina part of the Miss America Organization<br />

• Certified Judge with the Miss America Organization<br />

• Formerly Featured as: “Charlotte's Finest” by Uptown<br />

<strong>Magazine</strong> and “Charlotte Style Guy” by the Charlotte<br />

Observer<br />

• Former <strong>Fashion</strong> Contributor: QC Exclusive <strong>Magazine</strong> and<br />

Charlotte Urban Home <strong>Magazine</strong><br />

Hade E. Robinson, Jr.<br />

“Carolina Style Guy”<br />

WCNC/NBC – Charlotte Today<br />

Personal Stylist & Sales Manager,<br />

Nordstrom SouthPark<br />

• <strong>Fashion</strong> / Lifestyle Contributor to WCNC/NBC - Charlotte<br />

Today<br />

• Guest lecturer to the University of South Carolina – School<br />

of Hospitality, Sports Management and Retail<br />

• Advisory Council Board for <strong>Fashion</strong> d’Lux and 3-year host<br />

of <strong>Fashion</strong> d'Lux Extravagance<br />

• Board of Advisors to the International <strong>Fashion</strong> Style<br />

Academy<br />

OUR HOSTS FOR THE EVENING<br />

Beth Troutman<br />

Beth is an Emmy Award-winning Television Personality,<br />

Motivational Speaker and Documentarian who just recently<br />

returned from a three-week shoot in Pakistan. She has<br />

spent nearly 20 years in the Television Industry working<br />

both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Beth has<br />

hosted local and nationally syndicated TV shows and has<br />

appeared on The Today Show, Extra, HLN, Home & Family,<br />

Good Day New York, Good Day LA & Good Day Chicago.<br />

Her career began in Los Angeles working for the hit TV<br />

show The West Wing. After four years with the show, she<br />

was asked to run for the US House of Representatives in<br />

North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District. At the young<br />

age of 27, Beth was the first woman to run for Congress in NC-8. Although she lost the election,<br />

she was then offered a job as the host of the television morning show FOX News Rising.<br />

In 2009, Beth landed a gig as the host of the nationally televised morning show The Balancing<br />

Act on Lifetime Television. In 2011, she moved back out West to help launch the nationally<br />

syndicated show Right This Minute. Beth returned to her home state of NC in 2015 so she could<br />

care for her mother as she battled ovarian cancer. Beth accepted a position as the main anchor<br />

of NBC-Charlotte’s evening newscasts. After losing her mother, Beth walked away from television<br />

in 2017 to spend time living at an orphanage in Haiti providing aid, assistance and support to the<br />

local children and community. While in Haiti, she shot a series of short documentaries that won<br />

TWO Emmy Awards. Beth now travels the globe speaking to thousands about kindness, purpose,<br />

priorities, success and finding joy in a world of sensory overload.<br />

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Photos by: Brookelyn Riley Photography<br />

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Buddy Poole, Memories 98.3FM<br />

THE HEART OF<br />

MEMORIES 98.3FM<br />

THE BUDDY POOLE STORY<br />

It was the first Saturday of September in 2014<br />

about 6 p.m. when I was climbing up to the<br />

top of the press box at Livingstone College<br />

in Salisbury to broadcast the kick-off game<br />

of the new football season between Catawba<br />

and Livingstone. I noticed a different pain in<br />

my chest, so I sat down, took a drink of Coke<br />

and did the game broadcast.<br />

The following Friday evening my wife of one<br />

month, Diane, and I went to Red Lobster in<br />

Concord for dinner and on the way back on<br />

I-85 I had the same pain again. She insisted<br />

that I pull into the Emergency Department<br />

in Kannapolis to get checked. Good thing I<br />

did! It was around 9:30 p.m., and at 3 a.m. I<br />

was transferred to Atrium Health Cabarrus in<br />

Concord.<br />

The next morning the doctor did a<br />

catheterization on me and discovered I had<br />

a blockage. I was taken back to my room<br />

and was told the doctor would be in to see<br />

me in a little while. Dr. Ralph Christy was the<br />

cardiothoracic surgeon who came to talk with<br />

me about my situation.<br />

He was like Marcus Welby, MD (the main<br />

character from the popular television<br />

medical drama in the early 70s), very gentle<br />

and kind as he explained to me the procedure<br />

of a quadruple bypass. The thing I was so<br />

worried about was I had just made a deal to<br />

sell my radio station in Salisbury and part of<br />

that agreement was, I had to stay and run it<br />

for five years.<br />

After Dr. Christy left, I got a call from the<br />

man who was buying my radio station, Bill<br />

Graham, and he asked if I got Dr. Christy as<br />

my surgeon. I asked him, “Why did you ask<br />

me that?” And he said, “Because he’s the<br />

best there is.”<br />

I truly believe that God sent him to help<br />

me! The surgery went well, and I went back<br />

to work in 12 days. The team of healthcare<br />

providers at the hospital prevented me from<br />

having a heart attack. The downside, I have<br />

been teased about marrying a younger<br />

woman and my heart couldn’t handle it!<br />

I now go once a year to the Sanger Clinic<br />

where Dr. Rau treats me. Thanks Atrium<br />

Health Cabarrus and Dr. Christy for getting<br />

me back on my feet.<br />

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US Acute Care Solutions is a proud member<br />

of the Atrium Health Cabarrus family NorthEast and<br />

is honored to support the NorthEast<br />

<strong>Foundation</strong> and Concord community.<br />

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Kevin Glascoe<br />

A GRATEFUL<br />

PATIENT<br />

“I Have a New Birthday -<br />

March 27!”<br />

The day started out like any other, the cable guy<br />

was at the house of Kevin Glascoe and his wife<br />

Barbara in Concord. The cable guy stated they<br />

might have to rewire part of the cable. After the<br />

cable guy left, Kevin went into the attic to start<br />

the rewire process and when exiting the attic, he<br />

felt a discomfort in his chest area. He felt if he just<br />

laid down maybe he would feel better. Something<br />

told him he should get to the hospital. That’s<br />

when he told his wife he was having some chest<br />

discomfort. She felt nervous, had trouble finding<br />

her keys and when she found them, they headed<br />

to the Emergency Room.<br />

When Kevin arrived at the Emergency Department<br />

at Atrium Health Cabarrus, he was quickly taken<br />

back to see a doctor. The nurse put on a cuff<br />

to check his blood pressure and then everyone<br />

started running around, and that’s the last thing<br />

he can recall until he woke up two days later. But<br />

what happened over those two days, changed his<br />

life forever.<br />

The doctor immediately identified Kevin was<br />

having a heart attack. A Code STEMI was activated,<br />

the protocol for a sudden complete blockage of<br />

a coronary artery. While the nurse was preparing<br />

to administer pre-procedure medications, Kevin<br />

went into cardiac arrest. Within 35 minutes of<br />

walking into the Emergency Department, he had<br />

been defibrillated six times and received cardiac<br />

compressions for seven minutes.<br />

Upon the return of his circulation, Kevin requested<br />

to see his wife Barbara. They expressed their love<br />

for one another, and he told her everything would<br />

be ok. A moment in time he cannot recall.<br />

Kevin was taken to the cath lab for a cardiac<br />

catheterization and within 68 minutes of arriving<br />

at the Atrium Health Cabarrus Emergency<br />

Department, a stent placement was performed,<br />

and he had restored circulation to his heart.<br />

“...who are you to<br />

question me?”<br />

While he was out for that time, he remembered<br />

he had a dream, at least that’s what he thought it<br />

was. In that dream he asked the question, “Why<br />

did you bring me back” and the voice said, “who<br />

are you to question me?”<br />

“The first thing I remember is waking up to<br />

my wife’s big smile,” Kevin recalled. “I thought<br />

Kevin and Barbara<br />

Glascoe with the<br />

Atrium Health<br />

Cabarrus Emergency<br />

Department Team<br />

SHARE YOUR OWN STORY @<br />

GiveNorthEast<strong>Foundation</strong>.org/grateful<br />

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ABOUT THE COVER ART<br />

Tom Risser is not your typical 50-something.<br />

In addition to owning US Bottlers Machinery<br />

Company, he’s an avid skateboarder and metal<br />

artist. On his many acres of property, you will<br />

find one of the most coveted skateboarding<br />

parks in the southeast and hundreds of unique<br />

metal sculptures. As impressive as it is, it’s the<br />

sculpture many years in the making that Tom<br />

holds near and dear to his “heart.”<br />

it was a dream, and I wanted to tell my<br />

wife about it. I told her I had felt so at<br />

peace and told her about the dream.”<br />

After telling her about the dream his wife<br />

told him that he died.<br />

“It was then Barbara told me everything that<br />

had happened, I had died in the Emergency<br />

Room. That conversation changed my life<br />

tremendously,” he continued. “My faith has<br />

grown, my belief in people has grown, and I<br />

feel like I was saved for a reason and that’s<br />

to share my experience and educate my<br />

friends and family and others on what to<br />

look out for with their heart health.”<br />

The day before he was going to be<br />

discharged, he asked if any of the team that<br />

cared for him in the Emergency Department<br />

was available, so he could personally thank<br />

them for saving his life. One of his nurses<br />

Jamie, who was taking care of him, made<br />

it happen with several other nurses and<br />

doctors.<br />

The Emergency Department team who<br />

saved him went up to see him. Upon<br />

entering the room, he was sitting on the bed<br />

and immediately beamed at the group and<br />

began articulating his thanks and gratitude -<br />

even though the only person he remembers<br />

seeing was the woman who was putting the<br />

cuff on him.<br />

“They wouldn’t let me go,” Kevin said<br />

gratefully. “I am alive today because of<br />

them. I am not going to waste it, I am going<br />

to be a better person every day for the rest<br />

of my life.<br />

On New Year’s Day in 2016, Tom had a heart<br />

attack. When he arrived at the Atrium Health<br />

Emergency Department, doctors discovered<br />

he had five blockages in his heart that required<br />

surgery and extended recovery time. Tom, who<br />

had always been healthy, had plenty of time to<br />

think about what all that meant. As he rested<br />

in his hospital bed, he drew one of the most<br />

meaningful sketches he’s ever created. It was<br />

his vision of what was going on with his heart.<br />

“I always put<br />

heart in my art.”<br />

It took several<br />

years, but Tom<br />

eventually took<br />

that sketch<br />

and created<br />

a one-of-akind<br />

metal sculpture to capture his emotions<br />

from that moment of time in his life. Tom<br />

has graciously donated that sculpture to the<br />

NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> and Atrium Health<br />

Cabarrus to provide hope and healing to other<br />

cardiac patients and show his gratitude for the<br />

great care he received.<br />

The sculpture will become a fixture in the<br />

healing garden outside the new Heart &<br />

Vascular Tower where it will be seen by all who<br />

come to Atrium Health Cabarrus. The sculpture<br />

will be the centerpiece of the Margie Campbell<br />

Healing Garden and will stand atop a pedestal<br />

that will house a time capsule to be opened<br />

on the hospital's 100th birthday. Around it<br />

will be a pergola, three benches, shrubs and<br />

flowers intended to provide a place of refuge<br />

and promote healing in patients, families and<br />

teammates.<br />

“I tell everyone on March 27, <strong>2019</strong>, I was<br />

born again.”<br />

Happy seventh-month<br />

Birthday, Mr. Glascoe!<br />

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One of my favorite holiday appetizer recipes<br />

is also one of my oldest. I learned how to make<br />

the Strawberry Cheese Ring from my mom. It’s<br />

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advance.<br />

INGREDIENTS:<br />

- One pound block sharp cheddar cheese<br />

grated (grate your own)<br />

- One cup mayonnaise<br />

- One cup chopped pecans<br />

- One small onion chopped<br />

- One small jar strawberry preserves OR if you<br />

make your own - Even Better!!!<br />

- Crackers<br />

DIRECTIONS:<br />

Mix the first four ingredients together and put in<br />

a container until the day of your party.<br />

On the day of your party - pull out your favorite<br />

cake stand - using the cake stand as your table,<br />

shape the cheese ring into a donut shape. Put the<br />

strawberry preserves in the hole of your donut.<br />

You can garnish the top with some extra chopped<br />

pecans or a few pecan halves. Serve with crackers<br />

like a cheeseball. You may have to tell your guests<br />

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and then top with a little strawberry preserves<br />

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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS<br />

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Team Honeycutt<br />

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It's because of ALL of you, our clients, that we<br />

are honored to be celebrating 30 years in 2020!<br />

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HEALTH, HOPE<br />

AND HEELS<br />

Q&A with Hospital President<br />

Phyllis Wingate<br />

Phyllis Wingate has been the president of Atrium Health Cabarrus<br />

for 10 years, and recently announced her retirement at the end<br />

of <strong>2019</strong>. But before she leaves, we wanted to sit down with our<br />

fearless and stylish president to discuss her leadership, legacy<br />

and of course her fashion.<br />

You have been a healthcare innovator,<br />

an inspiration for those who work for<br />

you and a driving force in ensuring<br />

Atrium Health Cabarrus continues<br />

to be a top medical facility for our<br />

community. What do you hope will be<br />

your legacy here?<br />

I view legacy through the lens shared with us<br />

by the great Maya Angelou. Your legacy is the<br />

impact you’ve had on every person you’ve met.<br />

I’d like to be thought of as a servant leader who<br />

cared about our people and our patients-all of<br />

them! I have tried to innovate and to advance the<br />

services at AH Cabarrus so we could serve our<br />

community the best we know how and to improve<br />

the community’s health status, while making the<br />

hospital and our related entities places where<br />

individuals found joy in their work and where they<br />

were given the opportunity to grow and develop<br />

professionally and personally.<br />

You’ve created a culture at Atrium<br />

Health Cabarrus to always strive to be<br />

“Simply the Best.” To what or to whom<br />

do you attribute this vision?<br />

I was inspired by our restated Mission and Vision<br />

Statements. Atrium Health and Atrium Health<br />

Cabarrus should be the first and best choice for<br />

healthcare in the region. My team chose this as<br />

the Hospital’s theme in <strong>2019</strong> as a means of rallying<br />

around three areas where I wanted the facility to<br />

stand out in <strong>2019</strong> and teammates to really lean in:<br />

community service, patient safety and teammate<br />

engagement. We tried to make the teammate<br />

cultural development activities supporting this<br />

theme challenging and fun! I do believe the<br />

focus has given a lift to our culture and overall<br />

performance.<br />

You embraced this community, and<br />

it embraced you back. What do you<br />

say to others about Cabarrus and its<br />

surrounding counties?<br />

Cabarrus is a great place to live! Our geography<br />

provides us the best of many worlds! The County<br />

is small town and family. It is metropolitan<br />

and progressive. It is open and inclusive, but<br />

conservative or what I call new traditional. We<br />

have great schools, small and large businesses,<br />

world corporate headquarters and a state-of-theart<br />

health care facility. We aren’t a diamond in the<br />

rough any more, we are a gem!<br />

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Now to the lighthearted questions, what<br />

would you say is your “personal style”<br />

both at work and at home? And how<br />

has it changed over the years? Who or<br />

what has influenced your style?<br />

I’m a fairly reserved person, so I don’t like flashy<br />

things. I like simple, well made things that are<br />

beautifully constructed and classic. This is what I<br />

look for in my wardrobe and décor. Over the years<br />

I’ve learned I don’t enjoy pattern and color that<br />

much! In the early years I wore prints and some<br />

bright colors or used chintz and paisley in my<br />

home. Now almost everything is a solid color, more<br />

neutral and with simple lines. My style and taste<br />

have been influenced a lot by my hobby! I love<br />

antiquing and interior design. I’ve subscribed to<br />

Architectural Digest, for what seems like forever,<br />

and have a large collection of books on classic<br />

design and antiques.<br />

And finally, what is one thing in your<br />

closet you can’t live without (maybe a<br />

Cam Newton Jersey)?<br />

Really nice cotton pajamas.<br />

Thank you for being an advocate for our<br />

community, an advocate for our patients, an<br />

advocate for our teammates and a great friend<br />

of the <strong>Foundation</strong>. You are “Simply the Best.”<br />

If you could go back and get rid of one<br />

fashion trend from the past, what would<br />

it be and why? And more importantly,<br />

do you have photo evidence?<br />

Bad hair styles.<br />

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INTRODUCING OUR<br />

To share your story and honor your<br />

caregiver, complete the form online<br />

or fill it out in the hospital at one<br />

of our volunteer stations.<br />

GiveNorthEast<strong>Foundation</strong>.org/grateful<br />

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<strong>2019</strong> FASHION NIGHT<br />

Teams, Stores & Models<br />

TEAM BREAST HEALTH | Virginia's<br />

Pearl E. Asbury<br />

ATKINS<br />

Ann Cook<br />

Barb Kucera<br />

Helen Garcia Leak<br />

Bernadette Reid<br />

TEAM CABARRUS<br />

COLLEGE OF<br />

HEALTH SCIENCES<br />

McKenzie Jade's<br />

Malia Barrett<br />

McKenna Furr<br />

Mabry Lambert<br />

Paige Rorie<br />

TEAM CANCER<br />

SERVICES<br />

Love You Back<br />

Boutique<br />

Jodi Bodes<br />

Dr. Sarah Koch<br />

Kathryn McCraw<br />

Alicia McDaniel<br />

TEAM CARDIAC SERVICES | Nordstrom SouthPark<br />

Javier Anzola<br />

Dr. Jackson Boone<br />

Dr. Trey Hoover III<br />

Dr. Jeremy Kim<br />

Ava Robinson<br />

Asha Rodriguez<br />

TEAM CHILDREN WIN | Concord's Best Dressed Kids<br />

Cohen Hagler<br />

AnnaKate Henry<br />

Avett Bayes<br />

Robinson<br />

Cora Rogers<br />

Liza Rogers<br />

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TEAM EMERGENCY SERVICES | Hampton's Men's Clothing<br />

Keith Albert<br />

Dr. Ray Biersbach<br />

Tripp Grooms<br />

Christopher Jones<br />

Steve Morris<br />

Buddy Poole<br />

TEAM GREATEST NEED | Mr. Tuxedo - Hendrick Motorsports Pit Crew<br />

Blaine Anderson<br />

Dawson Backus<br />

Spencer Bishop<br />

Jacob Conley<br />

Rod Cox<br />

Austin Dickey<br />

Dakota Everett<br />

John Gianninoto<br />

Brandon Grier<br />

Jafar Hall<br />

Rowdy Harrell<br />

Allen Holman<br />

Eric Ludwig<br />

Ryan Patton<br />

Johnny Roberts<br />

Allen Stallings<br />

Landon Walker<br />

TEAM HEALING<br />

ART PROGRAM<br />

Hope's Bridal<br />

Boutique<br />

Jordan Ashworth<br />

Emily Burkhart<br />

Alicia Knetsche<br />

Miranda Cook<br />

Zoltanski<br />

TEAM JEFF GORDON CHILDREN'S CENTER<br />

Cabarrus Country Club Pro Shop & Unique Boutique<br />

Cole Beatty<br />

Meredith Broome<br />

Dr. Austin Bush<br />

Patience Compton<br />

Tim Hagler<br />

Dr. Kendra Ham<br />

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TEAM NEUROSCIENCES | Lovely Lines Boutique<br />

Jessica Eudy<br />

Christine Harper<br />

Amanda Lambert<br />

Chelish Moore<br />

TEAM SPIRITUAL CARE | Adair Style Studio<br />

Marissa Beatty<br />

Jill Boger<br />

Dr. Jennifer<br />

Okpala<br />

Kennah Romano<br />

TEAM SURGICAL SERVICES | JCPenney of Concord<br />

DeAnna Ford<br />

Savannah Ford<br />

Amaiya Patel<br />

Nikhil Patel<br />

Angela Reid<br />

TEAM VASCULAR SERVICES | Pretty Please Boutique<br />

Robin Harrington<br />

Cheryl Marks<br />

Dr. Dhwani Mehta<br />

Shannon Morton<br />

Mary Swayze<br />

TEAM WOMEN'S SERVICES | 3 jem's boutique<br />

Dr. Alexandra Best<br />

Jenna Faggart<br />

Alexis Parsley<br />

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2017-2020<br />

We Give First so when you or someone you love needs medical treatment or care, Atrium<br />

Health Cabarrus is the First and Best choice for healthcare.<br />

We Give First is the annual giving campaign for the NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> and Atrium<br />

Health Cabarrus. With an $8 million fundraising goal from 2017-2020, every dollar raised<br />

through the campaign and the NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> stays at Atrium Health Cabarrus to<br />

Improve Health, Elevate Hope & Advance Healing for all.<br />

We Give First to CABARRUS COLLEGE OF HEALTH<br />

SCIENCES to provide scholarships to the best and<br />

brightest future nurses and care providers<br />

We Give First to CANCER SERVICES so patients<br />

in our community can receive their treatment<br />

close to home<br />

We Give First to CARDIAC SERVICES to provide<br />

the region with a full-service heart care program<br />

We Give First to EMERGENCY SERVICES so<br />

the Emergency Department at Atrium Health<br />

Cabarrus and the two freestanding Emergency<br />

Departments in Harrisburg and Kannapolis can<br />

save lives<br />

We Give First to the JEFF GORDON CHILDREN’S<br />

CENTER so our neighbor’s child receives the care<br />

he/she needs in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit<br />

We Give First to NEUROSCIENCES because to<br />

someone having a stroke, every minute and every<br />

second counts<br />

We Give First to SURGICAL SERVICES because<br />

precision is key<br />

We Give First to WOMEN’S SERVICES so the<br />

20,000 women seen annually get reliable and<br />

cost effective life-saving mammograms<br />

We Give First to the NORTHEAST FOUNDATION<br />

ENDOWMENT so donations impact our hospital<br />

over a long period of time<br />

We Give First to the GREATEST NEED FUND so<br />

the most critical needs and areas of the hospital<br />

are supported<br />

SAVE THE DATE<br />

April 4, 2020<br />

NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong>'s<br />

Annual Black Tie Gala<br />

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OUR<br />

MISSION<br />

The mission of NorthEast <strong>Foundation</strong> is to IMPROVE<br />

HEALTH, ELEVATE HOPE and ADVANCE HEALING<br />

for all through awareness of and fundraising for<br />

Atrium Health Cabarrus.<br />

OUR<br />

VISION<br />

To be the first and best choice for philanthropy in<br />

our Community.<br />

OUR<br />

VALUES<br />

INTEGRITY/TRUST - We treat everyone with dignity and respect<br />

and serve as exemplary stewards of the resources entrusted to us.<br />

INNOVATIVE THINKING - We create innovative opportunities<br />

to raise funds in a progressive way to support new programs and<br />

technologies for our hospital.<br />

COMPASSION - With a caring spirit, we listen and acknowledge<br />

each other, as we match the desires of our donors with the needs of<br />

our hospital.<br />

LOCALLY FOCUSED - The resources we raise stay here to<br />

support Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan and surrounding counties of our<br />

community.<br />

GIVING BACK - We foster a brighter future and quality of life<br />

through cheerful and gracious giving.<br />

GiveNorthEast<strong>Foundation</strong>.org<br />

(704) 403-1369

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