Motivational Speaker and Training Consultant MRB - Motivate...Resolve...Believe! Marilyn R. Beverley

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Here are a few comments from organizations that Marilyn has worked with:

"Our work with you was the foundation of our success!" - Bonnie Thornton, DVS, University of Kentucky

"Marilyn is without a doubt one of the most inspirational speakers I have ever heard."   Dave Zemke, Vice President, Partners of Arrowhead Hospital, Arizona

"Excellent! A job well done!  Very well organized and a broad coverage of volunteerism with a lot of new ideas!  An absolute pleasure to work with!"  Paula Almendinger, Ohio Hospital Association, Manager-Personal Membership Groups.

"WONDERFUL! A job well done! A joy to work with!"  Cindy Wells, Director of Volunteer Services, Baxter Regional Medical Center, Mountain Home, AR.

"Excellent presentation!  Very inspirational!  What a difference one person can make!"  Carson City Hospital Auxiliary - Nancy Fenn, DVS

"Thank you for your inspirational presentation in Eureka Springs.  You gave me the desire to aspire.  It was a very learning experience."  Lori Buenger, Board of Trustees, Baxter Regional Medical Center, Mountain Home, AR

"Marilyn is a great motivator and speaker.  Her enthusiasm is contageous."  Andy Morrison, Kiwanis Clubs of America
"Marilyn Beverley is an excellent speaker and has a definite message about volunteerism."  Pam Starkweather, President, Memorial Healthcare Auxiliary, Owosso, Michigan

Customer Service Training -  "The staff had a fruitful session, feeling empowered to take on the challenges of life/work.  Thank God for you!  Thank you from Half Moon Resort, Montego Bay, Jamaica, West Indies."  Shernette Chrichton, Training Director

"Thank you from the bottom of my heart!  You were wonderful in motivating the group.   The board of trustees wants to capture the momentum and share it with the entire group!  The retreat was a great success!"  Erin Groshek, Upland Hills Health, Community Relations Assistant.

"Thank you, thank you, thank you!  You are a blessing to us! You are a treasure from God! Thank you for your help with our Vacation Bible School at New Testament Church of God, Sherwood Content, Trelawny, Jamaica, West Indies!"  Janet Brown, VBS Director

"A big THANK YOU for your time and inspirational message you have shared, really soul inspiring, our lives have been changed and challenged by these messages." Pastor Norman Johnson, New Testament Church of God, Sherwood Content, Trelawny, Jamaica West Indies.

"The greatest speech I have ever heard (We Give H.O.P.E.), "  Joel Hennessee,  General Manager of  J. C. Penneys

Marilyn Beverley spoke Tuesday to Memorial Healthcare Auxiliary members and friends about the importance of volunteering as the organization's 2003-04 year began with a luncheon.  "Can you imagine...our state, our country without volunteers?"  asked Beverley, former president of Michigan Association of Hospital Auxiliaries, describing the volunteers who have made a difference in the lives of people. (Argus-Press /Cheryll Warren)
MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER, Marilyn Beverley was honored guest Tuesday, during the Memorial Healthcare Auxiliary Luncheon in the Mitchell Auditorium.  Former MAHA President, Beverley has been a member of the Munising Memorial Hospital since 1989, where she has served as president, is on the MMH Executive Board and is currently President of the MMH Board of Trustees.  "What a difference a person can make in your life!"  Beverley told those assembled.  "You are an example everyday.  You are a leader to at least three people who are watching you."  Beverley defined a hero as one "that helps everyone",  and quoted Winston Churchill with, " We make a living by what we do, we make a life by what we give!"  Raised in Owingsville, Kentucky, Beverley was recently appointed the "Honorable Marilyn R. Beverley", by Kentucky Governor Paul E. Patton.  This appointment confrimed Beverley as an ambassador of goodwill in promoting fellowship, for her contributions to her community, state, nation and world as a volunteer, leader, motivational speaker and independant missionary. (Independent /Sue Emmendorfer)

  2003 MRB - Motivate...Resolve...Believe!