The Howard Hughes Corp., The Woodlands Hills serve lunch to 550 HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe staff

Executives from The Howard Hughes Corp. and its master-planned community The Woodlands Hills thanked medical and front-line personnel at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe with a boxed lunch from Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen. (Courtesy The Woodlands Hills)
Executives from The Howard Hughes Corp. and its master-planned community The Woodlands Hills thanked medical and front-line personnel at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe with a boxed lunch from Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen. (Courtesy The Woodlands Hills)

Executives from The Howard Hughes Corp. and its master-planned community The Woodlands Hills thanked medical and front-line personnel at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe with a boxed lunch from Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen. (Courtesy The Woodlands Hills)

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From left to right: Heath Melton, executive vice president, master planned community residential; Jim Carman, president of the Houston region; and Scott Spann, vice president of hospitality—all with The Howard Hughes Corporation and representing the corporation’s master planned community, The Woodlands Hills—were on hand to thank the medical personnel and frontline team at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe with over 550 boxed lunches. (Courtesy The Woodlands Hills)
As health care workers continue battling the coronavirus on the front lines, Montgomery County businesses such as Joe’s Italian Restaurant, Roberds Pharmacy, and The Howard Hughes Corp. and its master-planned community The Woodlands Hills are donating their time and resources to show their appreciation.

On May 15, executives from The Howard Hughes Corp. and The Woodlands Hills treated more than 550 HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe daytime medical personnel and front-line team members to lunch. The meals were delivered by Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen, located in The Woodlands.


The Howard Hughes Corp. executives were on hand to thank the medical personnel and front-line workers, according to a May 18 news release from The Woodlands Hills.

Heath Melton, executive vice president for master-planned residential communities for The Howard Hughes Corp., said in the news release that community-focused philanthropy is a guiding principle for the company.

“We take pride in supporting local charities as well as corporate endeavors throughout the nation,” Melton said. “We are happy to show our appreciation to the staff at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe as they provide high quality healthcare to Montgomery County and serves the region where our community, The Woodlands Hills, is located.”
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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