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Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House has new leader

Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House has named Andrew Gritzmaker, a Fort Wayne native with six years of experience with Lutheran Health Network, as its new executive director.

“The Mad Anthonys board of directors has spent time with Andrew since his appointment and speaking on behalf of our board I believe that Andrew’s energy, perspective and prior experience will serve him well in this endeavor,” Mad Anthonys President Don Banowetz said in a news release.

Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House is a locally funded, not-for-profit organization that provides a home away from home for families with children who are critically ill or injured. Hope House opened in 2003 on the Lutheran Hospital campus, 7922 W. Jefferson Blvd.

For more information, go to www.childrenshopefw.org.

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