Comast Spotlight's Patricia Ilczuk-Lavanceau Joins the Atlantic General Hospital Foundation


Atlantic General Hospital announced today that Patricia Ilczuk-Lavanceau, Shore native and active community volunteer, has joined the Atlantic General Hospital Foundation.

A successful account executive with Comcast, Ilczuk-Lavanceau has made it a point to serve her community as much as possible and is thrilled to be part of the Foundation.

Her extensive involvement in community affairs – as well as her own personal experience – has made her a powerful advocate of Atlantic General Hospital and the initiatives they have undertaken to improve the health of area residents.

Ilczuk-Lavanceau currently sits on the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors where she serves as membership committee liaison. In addition, she works with the American Cancer Society. As a member of the Ocean City Parrotheads, she helps with the annual Mardi Gras fundraiser. She is also a strong advocate of the organ donor program.

She has been a local campaign manager in four elections, has served on the OC Boosters board and the board of the Worcester County Commission for Women, and was a member of the Downtown Association board.

On January 1, 2008, Ilczuk-Lavanceau took the plunge in the ocean for the AGH Annual Penguin Swim. In three weeks she raised over $13,000 in honor of her husband, Andre; her goal was $12,020.04 to recognize the anniversary date of Andre’s liver transplant in tribute to the great pre-transplant treatment he received from Atlantic General Hospital. She will serve as the event chair for the next Penguin Swim, scheduled for January 1, 2009.

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