Donor Spotlight: Jane and Tommy Boggs


                                             Jane and Tommy Boggs

    Tommy and Jane Boggs 

    Tommy and Jane Boggs - Westcott Fellows

    Jane and Tommy Boggs have been active members of the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation since 1987, when they first joined as Hamilton Club members. Jane is a WHF Trustee and currently serves as chair of the Foundation’s Special Prospects committee. Read further about Jane and Tommy’s passion for our community and why they chose to join the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation.

    Background: Jane is a Dalton native, having been born at Hamilton when it was known as Hamilton Memorial and located on Waugh Street. Tommy moved here with his family when he was two, and has a strong Hamilton connection. His mother served as a longtime nurse in Hamilton’s ICU.

    Education and Work: Jane received her BS in Elementary Education from the University of Georgia and her Master’s in Education from the University of West Georgia. She is a former classroom teacher with Dalton Public Schools. Tommy has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Georgia and is a CPA. He was a partner in his own accounting firm from 1979-2003, and now serves as the CFO for Textile Management and Associates.

    Family: Son Matthew and his wife Jamie live in Phoenix and have two children, Aiden and Lilia. Son Mitchell and his wife Lele live in Dalton, and have one child, Mitchell, Jr.

    Activities and Interests:
    Jane and Tommy have been community servants for years. They are members of Dalton’s First Baptist Church where they have served in children’s ministries and youth, and Tommy has been a deacon. Tommy also served on the board of the Dalton Public Schools for 17 years, where he was chairman. Tommy is a founding board member of Dalton Whitfield Bank, a board member of Dalton Utilities, and was President and Treasurer of the DHS Quarterback Club. In addition to her service with the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation, Jane has been active with First Foundation of First Baptist Church, the Family Support Council, and Phi Delta Kappa Honor Society. Tommy and Jane watched their boys grow up playing sports, and continued to follow them from t-ball and rec league football to college and the professional ranks. They now enjoy spending time with their children, grandchildren and friends, and staying active in the community.

    Why We Give to the Foundation: “We love our community. This is our home, and we are big advocates for our educational system and the hospital, which set the tone of what we can become as a community. We want the best for our community, and never had any doubt after college that we would settle in the place we loved. Our community is a jewel, and we do not need to be shy about what we have to offer. We believe in the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation and what we can do together to support excellence in health care. It is our privilege to give back to the community which has provided so many opportunities for us and our family.”

    What Excites Us about the Cancer Institute: “When Hamilton introduced plans for the Cancer Institute, we were amazed at the remarkable foresight and planning that had gone into the project. It is almost overwhelming to think how fortunate we will be to have this type of facility in our community. So many of our friends and extended family have been touched by cancer, and it will be an answered prayer to have this level of care close to home. Hamilton doesn’t do anything less than the best, and our community always rallies for the best. We’ve always had leaders who have helped us move our community forward, and this facility is the ‘next big thing’ we need to do as a community.”

    Jane and Tommy, thank you for your passion and love for our community. You understand the critical role of health care in our community’s future. We are greatly honored to have your support and thank you for being ONE with us.