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Pink2Pink Cafe


The Pine2Pink Cafe in the Oncology Center of The Doylestown Cancer Institute was unveiled on May 24. The donation of the machine and unlimited coffee, tea and speciality drinks was made by Doylestown resident Frank LaRusso who works for Lavazza.

“As the founder of Pine2Pink, my goal is to stimulate the community to work together to help our local breast cancer patients in treatment and recovery,” said Keith Fenimore. “Frank, a local whose mom is a survivor, decided to do what he could and that came in the way of a free Pine2Pink coffee bar for the patients, their family and the oncology employees at Doylestown Cancer Institute. Just amazing.”

From left are: Jeannine LaRusso, local breast cancer survivor and Frank LaRusso’s mother; Jim Brexler, president and CEO, Doylestown Health; Frank LaRusso, director of strategic initiatives; Keith Fenimore, founder, Pine2Pink Foundation; Rachel Saks, director of the Doylestown Hospital Cancer Institute; Marianne Fenimore, local breast cancer survivor and Keith Fenimore’s mother; Dr. Donna Angotti, breast cancer surgeon and medical director of the Breast Cancer Program; and Eleanor Wilson, COO, Doylestown Health.