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Thank you

We are so thankful to be part of this community.

Food donations: For information on how to donate meals to our frontline workers and staff, contact the Human Resources Department at 307-352-8160 or Tiffany Marshall at

PPE: For information on how to donate PPE, contact the Sweetwater Memorial Materials Management Department at 307-352-8487 or email

Your kind words and donations are just another example of the strength and kindness that is all around us. Your support means the world to us.

Pandemic Support - Round 2

Restaurant, businesses, organizations and individuals are reaching out to us, asking how they can help. Many know how exhausted our frontline workers are and how hard those in every department are working. Many don't have time to take a lunch and/or dinner break.

For information on how to donate meals to our frontline workers and staff, contact the Human Resources Department at 307-352-8160 or Tiffany Marshall at


  • Jimmy John's brought sandwiches for the ER, Med/Surge and ICU staff – Aug. 30.
  • Sapporo Japanese Restaurant provided dozens of meals for the day-shift crew and again for those working the night shift – Sept. 1.
  • Eve's, Amber Kramer-State Farm Agency and Albertsons delivering meals to our busy night staff – Sept. 8.
  • Genesis Alkali for the special delivery pizza - Sept. 17.
  • Jesika Nacey of High Desert Realty who delivered sweet thoughts and Sugar Mama cookies - Sept. 23.
  • The businesses and partners of SweetwaterCares for delivering pizza to our night shift - Nov. 22.

Pandemic Support - Round 1

Here is a Thank You list from the first year of the pandemic beginning March 2020. This list is in no way complete. If we have left anyone off, we truly apologize. Know that we will be updating it periodically with new information.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE), sanitizing supplies & other equipment

  • Harbor Freight (two pallets consisting of 140 face shields, 96 N95 masks and more than 60,000 pairs of gloves)
  • Fastenal, Mike Nauenburg (alcohol wipes)
  • Jim Bridger Power Plant
  • Kevin Banks of Green River (N95s)
  • Walgreens (N95s)
  • Daniel Stewart (N95s)
  • Harold Roden of Rock Springs (respiratory treatment tubing)
  • Airgas (respirators & filters)
  • Killer Bee Trucking - Brian Brown (full-face respirator masks, particulate filters, face-piece respirators and a face shield)
  • Respond First Aid Systems of Rock Springs (20 boxes/200 each of alcohol prep pads)
  • Sage View Care Center (collection swabs)
  • Ashley Corthell (box of earloop masks)
  • Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse (several boxes of surgical masks)
  • Respond First Aid Systems of Wyoming - Matt O'Hare (case of alcohol pads)
  • Stoney Searle of Searle Brothers Construction(three infrared, no-touch forehead thermometers)
  • C&A Tools, an authorized Matco Tools distributor, and owner/operator Chet Marshall (two-shelf service cart, two-drawer service cart, several cases of gloves and some respirators)
  • Charles Cordier (box of 20 N95 masks)
  • Cannon Oil & Gas Well Service and Dave Mansfield (6 gallons of hand sanitizer and 13 boxes of face masks)
  • Searle Brothers Construction (two infrared, no-touch forehead thermometers; two heavy duty face shields with replacement shields; a 3M full face shield mask; a large 3M half face respirator; a case of 3M 2091 pin filters)
  • United Central Industrial Supply (70 large hooded disposable coverall & 12 XL hooded disposable coveralls)
  • Church & Dwight Co. Inc. (8,000 medical-grade masks; 4,000 non-surgical masks; 400 N95 masks; and for each employee,laundry detergent manufactured at the Green River plant)
  • Zoey Tozzi and Justin Russell (2 hand-crafted plexiglass desk shields for admissions desks)
  • Sweetwater County School District No. 2 (9,000 N95 masks)

If you have PPE to donate, contact our Materials Management Department at 307-352-8487.


  • Davidson Dental, SweetwaterNow & Quiznos for the ER staff
  • Cowboy Donuts - Dozens of doughnuts and kolaches
  • Airgas & Clint Eddy (pizzas for the Respiratory and ER staff, as well as Family Medicine providers)
  • Taco Time-Denise Staley, and State Farm-Amber Kramer (individual sack lunches)
  • Patty Smith and Ordinary Faith (weekly baked goods)
  • Coal Train Coffee Depot for the warm drinks and gift cards
  • JoGee's Juice Bar
  • Taco Bell (lunch and dinner)
  • Raetanna Stringer-Lund (case of individual chip varieties)
  • Sage Elementary School teachers (goodies for the Medical Laboratory)
  • Elk Bomb Shooting Supplies, Doug Elkins (Dickey's Barbecue Pit lunch for Family Medicine staff)
  • Grub's Drive-In (Breakfast for the Emergency Room staff)
  • The Yerkovich and Crompton families (Quiznos for Family Medicine staff)
  • The Rock Tabernacle Church (Starbucks coffee and Cowboy Donuts for the ER)
  • Little Caesers Pizza (drop off 10 pizzas twice daily)
  • Brandi Olson of Green River (bags full of baked good, coffee creamers, granola bars and fruit snacks to ICU and the Med/Surg floor)
  • Board of Trustees President Taylor Jones, his wife Stacy (owner/broker at 307 Real Estate), their two children Lorin & Logan, and Becky Costantino (307 Real Estate Agent) (pulled pork sandwiches for 60, and all the fixings.)
  • Kelly Palmer of Brokerage Southwest and Quiznos (lunch for the staff)
  • Go Gal Delivery
  • Deja Brew
  • Girl Scouts of South West Wyoming (50 cases of Girl Scout cookies)
  • Clif Bar and Company, Emeryville, Calif. (25 boxes of various Clif Bars)
  • Pat Lacey and his wife (Pizza for the entire ER and reception night shift)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming (Cinnamon rolls, muffins and coffee for the ICU Unit, Environmental Services, Patient Finances, Facilities and Administration)
  • Wendy's (Breakfast for the staff)

If you have food donations, call Amber Fisk, Human Resources Director, at 307-352-8160 and leave a message.

SEAMSTRESSES - Masks & Gowns - and other gadgets

  • Georgeen Harris of Rock Springs (475 masks and 7 gowns, and still making more)
  • Members of the Cupboard of Sweetwater County (dozens of masks)
  • Pete and Sue Arambel of Rock Springs
  • Esther Domhoff, retired ICU nurse, (bags of homemade masks)
  • Shawna Dockter and friends (masks)
  • JoAnn Fabrics & Craft Store and their customers (fabric and masks)
  • Elvira Kolb (dozens of masks and a gown)
  • Dianna Foster (dozens of masks, along with gowns made of orange fabric donated by Dominion Energy)
  • Dr. Melinda Poyer of Rock Springs (masks)
  • Robin Fife of Rock Springs (hundreds of masks, with monetary donations for material from Patty O’Lexey, Leanna Lovato, Kristy Nielson and Deb Sutton)
  • Sandy Caldwell of Bondurant (masks)
  • Heather Hatcher and H4 Custom Laser Designs (plastic ear loop holders)
  • Buck Brown (dozens of flexible, adjustable ear loop holders)
  • Cecil L. Woodward (6 packages of ear loop cushions)
  • Marj & Larron Moretti of Rock Springs (cloth masks)
  • Eva Wasseen of Rock Springs (10 gowns with 20 masks)
  • 307 Real Estate - Stacy, Taylor, Lorin & Logan Jones (dozens of masks)
  • Lindy Schweda (masks)
  • Brittany Bennett of Rock Springs (ear loop holders)
  • Janet Williams (six masks with filter placement option)
  • Heidi Shuler of Rock Springs (masks)
  • Renee Clark (mask and isolation gowns with fabric donated by JoAnn Fabric & Craft Store)
  • Nedra Runkel (masks)
  • Eileen Mayberry and Cathy Mayberry of Rock Springs (100 masks)
  • LaShandra Mudd of Magna, Utah (100 masks
  • Diane Gray of Glenrock (130 masks)
  • Margaret McFadden of Rock Springs (60 masks)
  • Mask makers Margaret McFadden & Marlene McFadden/Fabric Cutters Brenda Gray, Nancy McNutt & Joy Christian (70 masks)
  • Bonnie Harris (masks)
  • Kathy Dennison (masks)
  • Kim Reeves (masks)
  • Dorle Brower (27 masks)
  • Zoanne Henderson, St. George, Utah (dozens of masks)
  • Jeri L. Allphin, Manila, Utah (gowns)
  • Bonnie Arnold, Green River (6 gowns)
  • Eve Henderson (masks)
  • Vasile Guma of Gillette (dozens of flexible, adjustable ear loop holders)

If you have masks or gowns to donate, call Robin Fife, Clinical Administrative Assistant, at 307-352-8416 and leave a message.


  • Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff John Grossnickle, for loaning MHSC its Mobile Command Post for use with our drive-thru swabbing station.
  • PMS Screen Printing, Kaylynn Schmitt (Wyoming Strong T-shirts for the entire staff)
  • Tina Curran with Stems & Co. for five bouquets to brighten up various departments.
  • Elements Integrative Wellness Center for the bags of goodies
  • Alyssa Bennett for the fun self-care products
  • Sweetwater Memorial's neighbors Greg & Cindy Bailey, with some help from their daughter Sarah Wagner (inspirational message in a window for employees to see every day)
  • University of Utah Health (outdoor banner "Heroes Work Here")
  • Mission at Castle Rock Rehabilitation Center and the Villa Assisted Living (outdoor banner saluting "All Health Care Workers of Wyoming")
  • Boxes of toffee with $25 Escape Day Spa gift certificates attached – eight for respiratory therapists and 10 for certified nursing assistants – were dropped off at Sweetwater Memorial. All of them were gifts from people in the community and delivered by Michele Tiller of Escape Day Spa.
  • Mirror Mirror-Ageless Beauty Skin Care, Crystal Hamblin (Peace*Love*Breathe T-shirts for the Respiratory Therapy Department)
  • Lincare (goodie bags for all of the nurses during Nurses' Week)
  • Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing
  • Jenni Knezovich with Fotos by Jenni (for the group shot of the hospital employees in front of the the hospital during the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing's aerial salute to health care professionals.)
  • Massage therapist Tammy Morlock (Massages for the ICU staff in between shift changes)
  • Mark and Beverly Timlin, Elise and Paul Haapala, Donna Eusek and family, Lee and Sheila Larsen, David Sumner, and Michael and Candace Foster and family (Six HD Fire Tablets, with screen protectors and cases, for patients to use to communicate with their families while in the hospital.)


  • Wyoming National Guard
  • McFadden Wholesale
  • CJs Signs
  • The UPS Store
  • Smith's Food & Drug for donating dry ice


  • Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce
  • Green River Chamber of Commerce
  • Rocky Mountain Bank
  • Taco Time
  • McDonald’s
  • State Farm Insurance Agent - Amber Kramer
  • Western Wyoming Community College
  • Sweetwater Events Complex
  • Lamar Billboards