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Bloodmobile collection goal exceeded

Published: Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 10:37 a.m. CDT

Ninety-nine people presented to donate blood Monday at Trinity Lutheran Church. The goal was 93 units. Nine people were deferred. Nine people donated double red and 95 units were donated.

First time donor was John Hitz.

Joining gallon clubs were:

Two – Matthew Ramaeker

Three – Cynthia Nelson

Six – Janet Schulte

17 – Jim Giles

Assisting with the bloodmobile were Betty Davis, Barb Jennings, Ilene Carter, Barb Thomsen, Teresa Weis, Mary Burg, Darlene Stamps, Alma Hoepker and Ann Wenzig.

Nurses were Ann Moore and Jeri Henderson.

Canteen helpers were Connie Loomis, Ramona Weeks, Janette Case, JoAnn Connor, Velma Riegel, Bobi Woodin and Rosalie Denton.

Callers were Marcia Stewart, Mike Wolfe, Ron Levine, Mary Morris, Beverly Braymen, Dyann Huffman, Carolyn Biere, Kathy Tapkin, Helen Mosman, Peg Anderson, Sandy Oswald, Pauline McCoy and Pat Bishop.

Loaders and unloaders were Bob Jungst, Ed Ritter, Dean Wallace, Dave Abildtrup, Dennis Carter and Jim Nelson.

The next Bloodmobile will be Feb. 24 at Trinity Lutheran Church.

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