Gift will support health, wellness for local school children

Jose A. Infante, board chairman for the Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan, left, presents a check to Grand Haven Area Community Foundation President Holly Johnson, right, in honor of Dr. Richard Huff and Patricia Huff, center.

The Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan recently announce a gift of $25,000 to the Richard G. and Patricia R. Huff Children’s Support Fund, a donor-advised fund of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.

The gift was made in honor of Richard Huff, D.O., and his nearly 50-year career as a master practitioner and teacher of osteopathic manipulative medicine. Throughout his career, Huff has helped thousands of West Michigan patients and has trained dozens of osteopathic residents who now treat patients nationwide. His leadership was also instrumental in the formation of the Mercy Health Physician Partners Manipulative Medicine Clinic, which serves the dual purpose of treating patients and advancing the osteopathic manipulative medicine residency program at Mercy Hospital in Muskegon.

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