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CTMC's 21st annual Stars of Texas Gala draws record crowd, proceeds
 
Local Philanthropist Miriam McCoy and her family were honored at the 21st annual Stars of Texas Gala.
Left to Right: Executive Director of CTMC Foundation Clay Destefano, President of McCoy Building Supply Co. Brian McCoy and CTMC CEO/President Sam Huenergardt.
SAN MARCOS, TX
– Central Texas Medical Center’s (CTMC) 21st annual Stars of Texas Gala was a record-setting occasion.

Hays County’s premiere black tie event drew 518 guests, the most that have ever been in attendance. Proceeds totaled an all-time high of $180,175, which will benefit CTMC’s expanding surgical services.

This year’s honorary guests were local philanthropist Miriam McCoy and family, – Kaare & Brenda Remme, Mike & Myra McCoy, Cindy McCoy and Brian and Wetonnah McCoy – who were recognized for their generous giving to CTMC and the San Marcos community.

The Miriam and Emmett McCoy Foundation is recognized as a Visionary Donor on the CTMC Donor Recognition Wall, which was unveiled in November 2012. The organization has made sizeable donations to the hospital through the years, including a major gift to CTMC for the new Women’s Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that opened in 2009. The McCoys are also supporters of CTMC’s ramp building mission, which provides wheel chair ramps to community members in need. McCoy Building Supply Company offers special pricing on materials in support of the cause.

“The McCoy family has bolstered our community through their charitable spirits and dedication to those in need,” said CTMC Executive Director of the CTMC Foundation Clay DeStefano. “Through the years, they’ve provided ongoing support as well as a couple of larger gifts to the hospital. We were pleased to honor the McCoy family at this special event.”

In addition to gourmet dining and a truly unique silent auction, country star Neal McCoy gave an energetic performance for the second consecutive year. He has sold more than 6 million albums with five no. 1 hits and is the entertainer of choice for many country stars.

Each year, the Stars of Texas Gala supports service and technology expansions that keep CTMC on the leading edge. In recent years, the Gala has benefitted CTMC’s expanding cardiac services, a new Chest Pain Center, an expansion of the Women’s Center and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

To view photos of the event, visit our Facebook page at Facebook.com/CentralTexasMedicalCenter.

About Central Texas Medical Center Foundation
The Central Texas Medical Center Foundation was established in 1982. The Foundation is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 organizations whose purpose is to help raise philanthropic funds for improving programs and services at Central Texas Medical Center.

Central Texas Medical Center Foundation has worked hard to ensure that our hospital has the resources necessary to deliver high quality health care. To date, the Foundation has raised $7.5 million for advanced medical equipment, building projects, renovations and service enhancement.

CTMC is a 178-bed acute-care hospital providing a wide range of complex healthcare services in San Marcos, Texas, and neighboring communities. As part of Adventist Health System, CTMC brings a long tradition of Christian healthcare to San Marcos. Now with 37 hospitals located across the United States, the Adventist Health System is the largest not-for-profit Protestant hospital system in the country.
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Central Texas Medical Center
1301 Wonder World Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
512.353.8979