Wawa and Main Line Health Riddle Hospital Host Annual Breakfast
Howard Stoeckel, President & CEO of Wawa welcomed everyone and talked about Wawa’s strong commitment to its communities. That is why they support Operation Warm and Riddle’s campaign. Dick Sanford, founder and Chairman of Operation Warm, discussed how grateful he was for the support of not only Riddle and Wawa, but for all the attendees who give so generously. He outlined some of the important changes that Operation Warm palns for the future. Most importantly in 2011 Operation Warm will distribute its millionth coat.
Dr. Joseph Bruni and Lou DeVeiger, Superintendents of the William Penn and Upper Darby School Districts, talked about the importance of the coats to the children in their schools. The event was a huge success and raised more than $20,000. Operation Warm is grateful to all those who attended.
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