About Anita Stewart Stovall
On September 19, 2014, Tift Regional Health System’s cancer facility officially became the Anita Stewart Oncology Center. A native and resident of Enigma, Mrs. Stovall is a retired real estate company owner and broker who works as a volunteer Pink Lady with the Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC) Auxiliary and serves on the board of the TRMC Foundation.
Before her real estate enterprise of 45 years, Mrs. Stovall was a model in New York City. She later managed a modeling and charm school in Columbus, Ga. and provided fashion commentary for a local TV station. For a time, she also lived in Atlanta and served as program director of entertainment and recreation for the Third Army Headquarters. She is a graduate of Enigma High School and attended Abraham Baldwin College in Tifton and the Barbizon School of Modeling in New York City. She has served on the boards of the American Cancer Society and Moody Air Force Base Task Force Housing Committee.
Mrs. Stovall has provided the TRMC Foundation with a generous financial contribution to enhance cancer care for TRMC patients. This includes expansion of the medical oncology/hematology section of the Oncology Center, to be completed in 2016. She said she wanted to give back to the community and help other families facing difficult times when her husband of 45 years, Sid Stovall, died from cancer. He was a businessman and building contractor in Lowndes County for many years. They have a daughter, Susan, who resides in Valdosta.
To Mrs. Stovall:
Amazed. Inspired. Grateful.
That’s how your generosity will make cancer patients, caregivers, providers and area residents feel for years to come.
Thank you for your kind donation.
To learn more about the TRMC Foundation, please visit www.trmcf.com.