Playing an important role in the development
and expansion of services offered by the hospital.
Raising millions of dollars to help St. John Hospital
meet the health care needs of our community.
Sponsoring many fundraising events
through the year to benefit the hospital.
We are pleased to welcome you to the St. John Hospital GUILD website. The St. John Hospital and Medical Center (SJH&MC) GUILD is a volunteer organization established in 1948 to afford members an outlet for the practice of their Christian and civic charity toward the sick by striving in every way possible to assist the Sisters of St. Joseph (a sponsoring congregation of SJH&MC) in establishing and maintaining St. John Hospital.
THE GUILD plays an important role in the development and expansion of health care services offered to the community by St. John Hospital and Medical Center.
St. John Hospital and Medical Center GUILD members are truly committed to making a difference in the lives of others in the community & are provided the benefits of networking.
Please consider joining our worthwhile organization. Together, we can accomplish great things for years to come.
John DeWald; Member since 1984
Company Name: J.E. DeWald & Associates Principal Associates/Commercial Real Estate Websites: principal-tcn.com/en/who-we-are/John-DeWald.aspx principal-tcn.com/ Why did you join THE GUILD? I grew up hearing my Dad talk about the St. John Guild Dinners and the great enteretainers being Phyllis diller, Bob Hope, Bill Cosby… When I graduated from Hillsdale College and started my career at KPMG in the RenCen, Larry Scott asked me to buy a ticket and join jis table for the Dinner in 1979. The GuildDinner became a tradition, we had a group of old friends getting together annually to support our local hospital. Joining THE GUILD was a given, again, to support our local hospital. What have you gained by being a part of THE GUILD? I have enjoyed many, many years of fun and camaraderie! The Annual Dinner has always been a special event, and I have made many new friends over the years. It has been very satisfying serving on the Board for the past 15 or so years. Our Guild has raised millions of dollars to support our hospital and I am proud to be a part of it. Furthermore, I have gained invaluable experience serving with such a talented group.