Randy and Sherri’s Story

Growing up in a trades family my dad always taught me to help others when they ask for help. So, I’ve always been that guy who loved fixing things and helping our friends and family. Sherri and I are both very passionate and dedicated to helping and volunteering in our community when we can. It feels so good to put your time and energy into volunteering together with other great people to build the strongest possible community. Saskatoon is a big small town and the community really stands behind making it the best place to be, we couldn’t be more proud to be part of it.

We trust this foundation.

And City Hospital is close to our heart because it saved my life. When I was 25 years old, I had a blood clot in my leg after a work accident. I got very sick, very suddenly, and the next thing I knew I was in a high-speed ambulance to City Hospital. I received 24-hour care for 2 days and the whole experience was amazing.

This Hospital is second to none. Our staff are fantastic, our facilities are clean, bright and beautiful. As a volunteer, and now Board Chair, it makes me very proud to hear people share stories and rave about the care they and their loved ones get here.

Sherri and I maintain insurance premiums on a policy that we’ve donated to City Hospital Foundation, and indicated that we want our gifts now—and in the future—to be used where it is most needed. We trust this Foundation, and we know that the staff and Board leadership will make the right decision for how to best spend funds. I’ve seen for myself how the Foundation and Hospital collaborate—the Hospital comes forward with what they need, little things and big things, and we work together to make the best possible investments to help the most patients we possibly can. I encourage you to help too. When you give to the future of our Hospital, you’re making a difference for our city in the right way.