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This fund was created in honor of Mrs. Millie Coggin.  The fund will provide non-medical financial support to Coweta Samaritan Clinic patients in times of extraordinary need. Support such as assistance in accessing running water or heat can make a critical difference in a patient’s health and recovery from illness or injury. “I had given a great deal of thought to two issues that are very important to me,” said Millie’s husband, Bob Coggin, who established the fund in her honor. “One of those issues involved finding a way for Millie and me to become long-term supporters of the Clinic’s Patient Assist Program,” said Coggin. “The other issue relates to me identifying a significant way to let Millie, our family, and our friends know how much I love her and appreciate the support she has given me during our 61 years of marriage. 


The establishment of the Millie Coggin Patient Assist Trust Fund gives us a sustainable way to provide non-medical support for patients as critical needs emerge in the future.” Clinic founder, Chairman, and volunteer Medical Director, Kay Crosby, M.D. recently spoke about the Fund and the Coggin family’s impact throughout the Clinic’s nearly twelve years of operation. “When I think of ‘Good Samaritans,’ I immediately think of Millie and Bob Coggin,” said Crosby. “They have been incredible supporters since the Clinic was simply an idea,” said Crosby. “From serving on our Board, to volunteering with various committees and events; and always being willing to provide guidance, feedback, and counsel; they have been invested in our mission from day one. We are deeply honored and humbled that they are entrusting us with this Fund. As the parable of the Good Samaritan teaches us to love our neighbors as ourselves, Bob and Millie most certainly set an example for all of us in doing just that.” 

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