In Memory of Margaret Dollman
Margaret (Peggy) Dollman was an ardent supporter of Burnaby Hospital for thirty years. Peggy, her husband Barry, and a wonderful team of volunteers ran the Burnaby Hospital Foundation lottery booth for decades, raising nearly $200,000 to purchase necessary hospital equipment.
Never one to claim the spotlight, Peggy used her business acumen to keep the lottery booth initiative running seamlessly. Her keen commitment to the promotion of working women saw her spend countless hours training and coaching new recruits. Moreover, she took seriously the “dress for success” concept and was a role model for so many.
In addition to her leadership and generosity, Peggy was a perceptive listener who always made time to speak with the hospital’s patients, visitors, volunteers and staff to lend a thoughtful perspective to their concerns and issues. Peggy was a kind and compassionate member of Burnaby Hospital’s family. She will be remembered always for her tireless contributions.
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In 2007, Peggy received an award honouring 5,000 hours of volunteer service to Burnaby Hospital. In total, she contributed over 14,000 hours of service in support of the hospital.