Smiles From Jamie
The Girard Medical Center Foundation has started a new program called Smiles from Jamie. It was created to honor Jamie Rebecca Hallacy who passed away in 2011. The mission of the Smiles from Jamie fund is to provide children’s activity items such as books, puzzles, games and/or videos available for the child’s use while they are a patient at the Girard Medical Center. Additional items may be sent home permanently for the child’s enjoyment.
Gifts to the Smiles from Jamie fund directly support the patients and programs at Girard Medical Center. A tax-deductible gift may take many forms from single purpose gifts, memorials, honor gifts, or planned gifts made through the Girard Medical Center Foundation. For more information regarding the Fund or if you are interested in making an in kind contribution, please contact Claudia Ausemus (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Karen Wenzelburger (email@example.com).
Jamie Rebecca (Ausemus) Hallacy
Jamie resided at their country home in Brazilton, Kansas with her husband Ron, daughter Kylie Jean, and special dog Cooter. She was currently employed with Craw-Kan Telephone Cooperative, Inc., Girard, Kansas. In 2003, Jamie graduated from Butler Community College, El Dorado, Kansas, receiving her Associate Degrees in Applied Science and Medical Office Specialist. She received her education at USD 248 Girard, Kansas, graduating in 2001. While in high school, Jamie was employed part-time and went full-time from June 2000-June 2003 by the Girard Medical Center in the Medical Records Department. For 12 years, she was a member of the Hepler Saddle Duster’s Drill team beginning at the age of seven performing at rodeos, fairs, and annually at the Hepler 4th of July celebration. At an early age, she was an avid gymnast, dancer, and twirler. Jamie was an active member of the Hepler Hustler’s 4-H Club and held numerous offices throughout her 4-H years. She was also a member of the Lucky Riders 4-H Horse club. The daughter of Jim and Claudia Ausemus, Jamie grew up in Hepler, Kansas, and attended the Hepler United Methodist Church.