Flower Garden at CRMC
Honors Pauline Sherrer
Cookeville, TN – A newly installed flower garden featuring various rose bushes and hydrangeas has recently been installed near the parking area for the visitors of the Outpatient Imaging Center and Women’s Center at Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC).
The flower garden was sponsored by Kristi Nixon of Cookeville, owner of Express Employment Professionals. Kristi sponsored the garden in honor of her mother, Pauline Sherrer.
“I wanted to do something for mom, to celebrate her being five years cancer-free,” said Kristi Nixon. Kristi continued, “The flower-garden is a great way to honor the beauty mom has brought into this life.”
John Bell, Director of the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation, expressed his gratitude for the flower garden, “I am so grateful to Kristi for helping us make the CRMC campus a more beautiful place for patients and visitors by installing a flower garden near the Women’s Center. There are many ways to honor those you love, and this is one way to visually showcase that.”
The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation helps maintain and establish a variety of gardens on the CRMC campus. Individual trees, shrubs, memorial-pavers, or entire gardens may be sponsored in honor or memory of loved ones, or in the name of businesses or organizations. For more information, please contact the Foundation at 931-783-2003 or visit www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org