Millionaire Lottery 2007 – Winners Announced

Lottery In Support of London Health Sciences Centre

London, ON, December 17, 2007 — The winning tickets for the Millionaire Lottery in support of London Health Sciences Centre were drawn this morning at the grand prize lottery home located at 186 Skyline Avenue. The draw was televised live on London’s “A-Channel Morning.”

Grand Prize #1 winner Sharon Shepperd of London (Winning Ticket # 73768) has her choice of the grand prize package #1 including the home located at Skyline Avenue, London or a million dollars cash.

Grand Prize #2 winner Chris and Maggie McGregor of Ingersoll (Winning Ticket # 88075) have their choice of the grand prize package #2, including the home at 540 Lindisfarne Road, London or $250,000 cash.

Mary Cherman of London (Winning Ticket # 31521) has her choice of a Mazda CX7 or a Ford Escape hybrid or $35,000 in cash.

Valerie Clark and Libby Watson of Thorndale (Winning Ticket # 73774) have their choice of a Mazda 6 Sport or a Dodge Avenger or $25,000 in cash.

Cash-or-shopping-spree packages, cash prizes, and gift cards rounded out the regular lottery prizes that were drawn. A complete list of winners will be posted online at A printed list of winners will also be available upon request from the London Health Sciences Foundation.

Marlene Gurchin of Grand Bend (Winning Ticket # 93747) and Guloo Austin of London (Winning Ticket # 62093) each won $25,000 cash in the Millionaire Lottery’s Early Bird Draw. The two winning tickets were drawn 10 December at London Health Sciences Foundation at 747 Baseline Road East. The Early Bird sales deadline was Thursday November 29.

The lottery’s Christmas Bonus Draw for two cash prizes of $5,000 each was held at the Foundation on 15 November. The winners were Milton Kumer of London (Winning Ticket # 39744), and Roy and Roseina McEown of London (Winning Ticket # 29100). The Christmas Bonus sales deadline was Thursday November 1.

All draws were conducted under the supervision of the firm of Christine A. Scrimgeour, Chartered Accountant.

Proceeds from the lottery support the hospital’s highest priority needs.

“The Millionaire Lottery gives people a chance to win amazing prizes which, in some cases, truly change peoples’ lives,” said Dan Ross, President and CEO of London Health Sciences Foundation, “best of all, the proceeds from ticket sales stay in our community to help London Health Sciences Centre.”

London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) is one of Canada’s largest acute-care teaching hospitals and is dedicated to excellence in patient care, teaching and research. LHSC has pioneered many national and international medical breakthroughs. Located in London, Ontario, LHSC encompasses three sites, South Street Hospital, University Hospital and Victoria Hospital; two family medical centres; and the London Regional Cancer Program. LHSC is the home of the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario and CSTAR (Canadian Surgical Technologies & Advanced Robotics). The research arm of LHSC is Lawson Health Research Institute, which is partnered with London’s other teaching hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Care, London. LHSC is affiliated with The University of Western Ontario. Physicians and staff at LHSC number close to 8,000 and together they provide care for more than 600,000 patients each year.

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