Baptist Memorial-Union City Chosen for to Receive Carved American Flag

 Baptist Memorial-Union City Chosen for to Receive Carved American Flag

(l to r):  Cheryl King, certified admissions representative, Army; Eric Bing, laboratory technician, Air Force and Air Guard; Randy Cloar, materials management technician, Army; Nickie Mims, laboratory director, Air Force; Reverend Curtis McLendon, volunteer chaplain, Marines; and Kevin Toon, materials management director, Air Force.  Showing his appreciation is Skipper Bondurant, administrator and CEO, (far right).

A Florida teenager selected Baptist Memorial Hospital of Union City to receive a wooden carved American flag.

Hospital CEO Skipper Bondurant said 15 year old Lorenzo Liberti hand-carved what he called “Heroic Flags”.

Bondurant said the teenager wanted to recognize healthcare workers during the pandemic, and specifically carved one flag for every state.

After selecting Baptist Memorial of Union City for the State of Tennessee, Bondurant said they were humbled and honored, with the flag dedicated to all healthcare workers in the state.

Charles Choate