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Andrew H. Campbell

Andrew H. Campbell​To those who knew him, Andy Campbell was a wonderful family man, a successful businessman and a person of great spirit, humor and humility.

As a board member of both Elizabeth General Medical Center and Trinitas Hospital, Andy played a pivotal role in the consolidation that became known as Trinitas, and in the development and funding of the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center, a building that bears his name for all to see.

In addition to naming the Cancer Center building after him, those of us who remember him fondly wanted another way to keep his memory alive as an example for others to follow.

The Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament has been another example of how Andy's memory, and his spirit, continue to help Trinitas in its mission of providing outstanding health care services to those in need.

The 2020 Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament Has Been Cancelled

The Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament, originally scheduled for June, has been cancelled due to the current COVID-19 crisis at hand. It is our hope to keep everyone safe and healthy during this time and we look forward to seeing everyone at our Sporting Clays Tournament in 2021.

A letter from Andrew H. Campbell Endowment Executive Committee:

Dear Friends and Supporters,

We hope this letter finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. Please know that we are thinking of you during this difficult time and join you in hopes for brighter days.

During this COVID-19 crisis, Trinitas experienced an overwhelming surge of very ill patients. This tremendous influx of patients created a critical shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), hospital equipment including ventilators and cardiac monitors, intensive care beds, and even staff. In response, Trinitas converted a same-day surgery unit into a second intensive care unit, accepted donations of PPE from the community and enlisted 20 Registered Nurses from Colorado-based Centura Health.

To assist with these dire, lifesaving needs, we are proud to announce that the Andrew H. Campbell Endowment Executive Committee transferred $200,000 to the Trinitas COVID-19 Emergency Fund. (This was made possible by your participation in past Clay Shoot events). The needs have never been greater at Trinitas and it is our hope that these funds will help Trinitas fight the battle against the COVID-19 virus.

Given the current climate, the 2020 Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Clay Shoot, originally scheduled for June, has been cancelled. This event will not be rescheduled for a later date this year. While we would love to be with all of you at the beautiful Hudson Farm Club for the benefit of Trinitas Regional Medical Center, we take solace in knowing that we will gather again when the Coronavirus emergency has passed.

This is the value that Andy Campbell believed in and lived by - helping others when help is needed. Thank you for being a part of this effort. Your past participation and support of the Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Endowment made this help possible.

Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.

Sincerely,

Andrew H. Campbell Endowment Executive Committee

Cynthia, Drew, Jamie, Katharine, Margaret and Al

If you would like to continue your support of the Andrew H. Campbell Memorial Endowment, please Click here, select “Trinitas Special Fund Raising Events” and type “Campbell Endowment.” Donations made via check can be made out to Trinitas Foundation and mailed to Trinitas Foundation PO Box 259, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. You can also support Trinitas’ fight against COVID-19 on the same website.

We look forward to having you join us for our next Clay Shoot Event!
For more information you can also email Kim Boyer at kboyer@trinitas.org or call her at (908) 994-8249.

Past Events

The Campbell Family enjoying the 11th Anniversary Clay Shoot in honor of their father.

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