‘Friendraising’

Rockingham Memorial Hospital’s Longtime Philanthropy Head Retires

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Posted: March 30, 2013

Merv Webb, vice president of the RMH Foundation, talks with friends and associates while holding his 1-year-old grandson, Owen, during his retirement reception at the hospital Friday. Webb worked to raise more than $82 million for Rockingham Memorial Hospital in a career that spanned 37 years. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Merv Webb (right), vice president of the RMH Foundation, is presented with a memories collage during his retirement reception at the hospital Friday.
Merv Webb holds two pink flamingos, gifted as an inside joke, during his retirement reception at Rockingham Memorial Hospital on Friday.
Retiring RMN Foundation Vice President Merv Webb visits with his 2½-yearold granddaughter, Emma, during a retirement reception Friday.
HARRISONBURG — Though he spent nearly four decades raising millions of dollars for projects at Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Merv Webb says the focus of his work has been people, not money.
 


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