Ann Slavik Hall has had such a positive experience over the years with Huntington Hospital as a patient, it is only natural that she support the hospital as much as she can. Hall and her husband Jack Hall are key players in the expansion of the hospital’s Emergency and Trauma Center.
Slavik Hall also knows the importance of medical research from her experience with her father’s struggles with Lou Gehrig’s disease, so she has also been a great supporter of the Huntington Medical Research Institutes, including the HMRI Summer Student Research Program, which helps hundreds of young people in their journeys to successful careers in the medical field.
Slavik Hall’s dedication to health and well-being does not only extend to her fellow man, but also our furry friends with her contributions to the Pasadena Humane Society, the Los Angeles County SPCA and the Companion Animal Program. Her love of animals led her to create the St. Louis-based Donald Slavik Family Foundation, in honor of her late first husband, to support organizations dedicated to preserving marine mammals.
She has contributed in many ways to other community groups as well, including the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena and Five Acres.
– Claudia S. Palma