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Martinsville Contractors Donate to Steeplechase Cancer Center

February 16, 2011
Glenn and Joseph Antico, owners of Rainbow G&J Painting in Martinsville, recently donated $2,615 to The Steeplechase Cancer Center at Somerset Medical Center. The funds were raised during the contractors’ “Paint for Pink” fundraiser. Five percent of all paint projects booked at the store during the month of October were donated to the cancer center. G&J Painting also matched those funds with a personal donation. Christine Antico, wife of owner Glenn Antico, is a three-year breast cancer survivor who was treated at The Steeplechase Cancer Center. 

Members of the Antico family, Glenn, Matthew, 17, Michelle, 12, Nicholas, 14, and Christine recently presented their gift to Dr. Kathleen Toomey, medical director of The Steeplechase Cancer Center and Donna Castronovo, director of special events for Somerset Medical Center Foundation. 

The Steeplechase Cancer Center enables Central New Jersey patients to see their doctors, undergo treatment and participate in promising cancer research studies—all in one convenient and comfortable setting close to home. The $28 million three-story, 63,000-square-foot outpatient facility houses the Sanofi-aventis U.S. Breast Care Program, the Sanofi-aventis U.S. Wellness Boutique, infusion therapy, radiation oncology services, the medical center’s research team, oncologists’ offices, a resource library, nutritional counseling and complementary medicine services. For more information, visitwww.steeplechasecancercenter.com.