Local businessman Greg Antonelli of GTA Co., Inc., and the Everett Home Depot arranged for 200 respiratory masks to go directly to the nurses and doctors at the CHA Everett hospital over the weekend.
Connecting with Councilor Michael McLaughlin, they were able to coordinate bringing respiratory masks to the front line healthcare workers at CHA Everett Hospital this past weekend.
“Thanks to the generosity and commitment of business leaders like the Everett Home Depot store manager Steve Radzikowski and GTA Co, Inc owner Greg Antonelli, we delivered 200 respiratory masks that directly went to the nurses and doctors in our community,” said McLaughlin.
Antonelli and Radzikowski said they were very happy the effort went smoothly and that they could help with supplies in such a time of need.
Christian Lanphere the site administrator at the hospital is leading the hospital in one of the greatest uncertainties it has ever faced, McLaughlin said.
“If you are able to lend some support to him and his team it absolutely will make a difference,” he said. “The hospital is in need of PPE and every donation will make a significant difference.”