Archbold Dedicates Edward and Lisbeth Fogg Clinic in Camilla

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Archbold Dedicates Edward and Lisbeth Fogg Clinic in Camilla

On Tuesday, September 11, community members and supporters of Archbold’s Mitchell County Hospital gathered for a dedication ceremony at the building housing the Medical Group of Mitchell County on Highway 19 in Camilla. During the ceremony, the building was dedicated in memory of and named after Edward C. and Lisbeth A. Fogg, longtime Mitchell County residents and generous supporters of Archbold and Mitchell County Hospital. Trustees of the Edward C. Fogg III and Lisbeth A. Fogg Charitable Trust—Roger Clark, George Floyd and Capital City Trust Company—were also in attendance for the dedication ceremony.

The Foggs made Mitchell County their permanent home in 1989, when they purchased Nancemeade Plantation. In appreciation of a gift from the Edward C. Fogg III and Lisbeth A. Fogg Charitable Trust, the building housing the Medical Group of Mitchell County will forever honor the Fogg’s dedication to improving the delivery of quality healthcare in Mitchell County.

In appreciation of a gift from the Edward C. Fogg III and Lisbeth A. Fogg Charitable Trust, the building housing the Medical Group of Mitchell County will forever honor the Fogg’s dedication to improving the delivery of quality healthcare in Mitchell County.

Members of the Edward C. Fogg III and Lisbeth A. Fogg Charitable Trust gathered with community members and supporters of Mitchell County Hospital for a building dedication and naming ceremony in memory of Edward C. and Lisbeth A. Fogg. Pictured from left to right: Mary Lou Clark, Roger Clark, George Floyd, Carol Floyd and Janice White.