Jack Conway’s years of dedicated involvement with South Shore Hospital, both personally and by his firm, were celebrated at the recent Luminaria evening at the Boston Marriot Quincy.
Crystal goblets, sparkling chandeliers and a sumptuous surf and turf dinner were on the agenda as the founder of the 56-year old Jack Conway Real Estate firm, took home “the gold.” Conway was one of four honorees to receive gold medals recognizing their contributions in “lighting the path” for health care in Southeastern Massachusetts.
The fundraising gala celebrated the 100th anniversary of the hospital’s home care division, which includes visiting nurse, hospice, and private duty home health services. Receiving the Luminaria awards along with Conway were Victoria Kennedy, attorney and health care advocate and widow of Sen. Ted Kennedy, Dr. David Halle, MD, associate director of the South Shore Medical Center, and Frank Lagroteria, Sr., who was honored posthumously for his community involvement.
Conway, 88, a longtime South Shore Hospital Trustee, accepted his gold medal proudly as it was slipped over his head on the ballroom stage.
“My father is a worthy recipient of this honor,” said Conway CEO Carol Bulman, who co-chaired the event. “Over the years, he has played a leadership role in planning and supporting hospital initiatives and he is a huge advocate of hospice and home health services. My Dad has received outstanding care at the South Shore Hospital as have many of our Conway Country employees. We are so lucky to have this wonderful facility right in our own backyard.”
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