Category Archives: Community Service

THE WALL THAT HEALS – An emotional experience!

I had the privilege of attending the opening ceremonies presenting THE WALL THAT HEALS to the Knoxville Metro Area of which Thermocopy is a sponsor. It took me back to my first visit to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC and the emotions I felt when I viewed the over 58,000 names on the wall. […]
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A visit to East Tennessee Children’s Hospital’s “Grow with Me” NAS Care Coordination Service

Fellow Trinity Health Foundation board member Becky Little and I had the pleasure of visiting the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital’s “Grow With Me” NAS Care Coordination service and Outpatient Clinic on Friday. They were a 2016 Phase II grant recipient from Trinity. This innovative service and clinic provides continuity of care and resources through outpatient […]
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Environmental sustainability initiatives make bottom-line business sense! Find out why!

What follows is an interview I did with Carl Schell, Senior Editor at KeyPoint Intelligence, about Thermocopy’s environmental sustainability efforts. In the interview I talk about how environmental sustainability initiatives make bottom-line business sense and how Thermocopy assists their client’s internal initiatives. Many thanks to Carl for giving us the chance to communicate these efforts. […]
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To our community, we commit to invest money and manpower to achieve civic goals!

Thermocopy was proud to be a major sponsor of the 2015 Russell Biven Summer Clayfest Tournament, presented by Cherokee Distributing Company in memory of Herb Ogle. It was the 22nd tournament hosted by the Helen Ross McNabb Center, a premier, not-for-profit provider of behavioral health care in East Tennessee. This year’s tournament was held on […]
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