5:30 p.m. • Information fair, registration and hors d’oeuvres 6:30 p.m. • Welcome and program
The Olmsted 3701 Frankfort Ave. Louisville, Ky.
Guest faculty: Hugo F. Fernandez, M.D. Associate Chair, Clinical Director and Senior Member Department of Blood and Marrow Transplant, Moffitt Cancer Center Professor of Oncology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla.
This activity is designed to reach all physicians, health care providers and members of the public interested in the latest advancements in cancer treatment and research. It is being offered to all attendees at no charge, but preregistration is required.
To register, call (502) 629-1234, option 2.
Gail Klein Garlove was born Oct. 28, 1939. She died of cancer on July 14, 1994. During her lifetime of dedicated service to the community, Mrs. Garlove worked as an assistant librarian at the Louisville Collegiate School. She also volunteered at Kentucky Country Day School, the Louisville Free Public Library's "Talking Book" program and the Mormon Home for Retirees.
The swans are illustrations of the statues that adorn the graves of Gail Klein Garlove and her husband Matt Lee Garlove Sr. The swan with outstretched wings laments the loss of a mate. Mrs. Garlove commissioned this statue following her husband's death in 1989. The statue of the mother swan protecting her young was commissioned by Mrs. Garlove's children at the time of her death. The mother swan also represents rebirth and the circle of life.
The Gail Klein Garlove Lectureship Series is sponsored in her honor by Mrs. Garlove's three children - Matt Lee Garlove Jr., Robin Garlove Fine and Lee Klein Garlove. Proceeds from the lectureship benefit the Norton Healthcare Foundation and Norton Cancer Institute.
Your gift will ensure that the lectureship continues as an invaluable resource for the community and caregivers treating cancer.
Donate now to support the Gail Klein Garlove Fund!
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