Every month, several dozen people gather in the Dunlap Conference Center at St. Clair Hospital. They are women and men with cancer, survivors of cancer, persons caring for loved ones with cancer, as well as physicians and nurses who treat cancer patients. They are there to participate in a wellness program that offers the gentle healing of restorative yoga. The classes are among the numerous Hospital and community events that take place at St. Clair’s beautiful state-of-the-art conference facility that is named to recognize Edward B. Dunlap Jr., founder, chairman and chief executive officer of CentiMark Corporation, a national roofing and flooring company based in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Kutsenkow says she supports St. Clair Hospital in part because she appreciates what it means to the people of the region. “St. Clair is our hospital,” she says. “It has wonderful doctors and facilities. We are fortunate to have a hospital of this caliber so close to home. We are attached to St. Clair and its physicians. With its reputation for quality, along with its new clinical relationship with Mayo Clinic, St. Clair continues to grow by attracting new doctors and adding new services, all to serve the people of the Pittsburgh area.”
Charles J. Queenan, Jr. (aka Chuck Queenan) was born in the river town of Coraopolis, along the Ohio, just a few miles from Pittsburgh’s iconic Point. Growing up along the river undoubtedly shaped his childhood, and he has remained devoted to his hometown. That devotion has been all-embracing and extraordinarily fruitful for Pittsburgh, as Chuck has played a primary role in shaping much of the region’s growth and revitalization. Through countless professional, philanthropic and civic endeavors, he has touched and shaped Pittsburgh with an impact that few can match. Just as Pittsburgh’s three rivers have shaped the contours of the region’s environment, economy and culture, Chuck Queenan has influenced nearly every major institution and organization in the region — including St. Clair Hospital.