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GMH trustee Dan Webb dies

Image courtesy of Asia Pacific Investors Services Image courtesy of Asia Pacific Investors Services

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Guam Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees Chairperson Daniel Webb died on Saturday morning at Naval Hospital in Agana Heights.  Webb was the Chief Financial Officer and Financial Consultant of Asia Pacific Investors Services.  The 64-year-old had been a member of the GMH board of trustees for four years. 

Acting Governor Dr. Mike Cruz says Webb's "passion and vision for our hospital has been the driving force behind many of its accomplishments over the years.  He worked tirelessly toward the goal of obtaining full accreditation." 

Cruz has asked for the community to join in praying for Webb's wife Vivian and their children and family.

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