W.H. “Bill” Gross of Kingsland, Ga., was presented the Frederick B. Kerr Service Award on Friday, Nov. 4, at Leadership Georgia’s annual gala and awards ceremony held at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. He is congratulated on behalf of Southeast Georgia Health System by Michael D. Scherneck, President & CEO, and Rose Andrews, board secretary, Southeast Georgia Health System, Inc., and a member of the Camden Advisory Committee.

The award is given to a member who has demonstrated enthusiastic and active support of Leadership Georgia, a non-partisan organization affiliated with the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. The owner of W.H. Gross Construction and a graduate of the Leadership Georgia class of 2009, Gross currently serves on the board of directors of Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation and Cooperative Healthcare Services, Inc. Previously, he was a long-standing member of the Health System’s Camden Advisory Committee and served as chair for 11 years.

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