A TIME TO GIVE—Ronald Scott (left end), president and George Massie (right end), vice president of sales for RS Supply, LLC. stand with Leon Murphy one of 32 turkey give away recipients from the Alma Illery Medical Center. Wilford Payne, executive director of the Health Care Center shares the moment. (Photos by Diane Daniels)

A TIME TO GIVE—Ronald Scott (left end), president and George Massie (right end), vice president of sales for RS Supply, LLC. stand with Leon Murphy one of 32 turkey give away recipients from the Alma Illery Medical Center. Wilford Payne, executive director of the Health Care Center shares the moment. (Photos by Diane Daniels)

To Ronald Scott the owner of RS Supply LLC., operating his business means more than supplying and delivering janitorial and sanitary products. It is a combination of providing quality products, good service as well as helping others and giving back to the community.

“I appreciate the support and confidence my customers have given me throughout the years,” said Scott who has been in business nearly a decade.  Alma Illery Medical Center is one patron that has been with him from the beginning. As a way to demonstrate his appreciation, Scott for Thanksgiving provided turkeys and food for patients from the Medical Center’s sites throughout the Mon Valley.

An appreciative recipient of Scott’s kindness, Vietnam Veteran and Homewood resident, Bruce Snyder indicated that the food basket will help his family tremendously. “It’s good to be able to put a turkey and a full meal on my mother-in-laws table for Thanksgiving. She is 84 years old and taking care of an ill son.”

“Ron’s contribution is appreciated,” said Wilford Payne, executive director of the Primary Health Care Center. This is a big plus and you don’t see businesses giving back that often.”

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