TYLER, Texas (KETK) – The Martin Walker Law Firm of Tyler has donated an electric piano to the newly renovated chapel at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital.
The piano, which is a Yamaha CLP-675R Rosewood Clavinova digital piano, is intended for use by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, providing music for masses in the chapel.
“We are delighted to be able to offer this as a gift that the sisters will benefit from, as will anyone using the chapel. We have long ties – given the medical staff in our families – with the hospital and the sisters, so it was a natural thing for us to do.
Reid Martin, co-founder of the law firm Martin Walker
This Yamaha piano has been described as “a stunning instrument that will impress the most discerning and discerning pianists” and provides “a great immersive concert experience”.
“The chapel is such an important place. If you come to the hospital and want to pray for somebody here, this is where you come. To play a small part in that and help provide the music, which is so important when people are praying, is something very special to us.
Jack Walker, co-founder of the law firm Martin Walker
This isn’t the first time Martin Walker has donated special equipment to the sisters. Last time, they donated a NordicTrack Grand Tour iFit exercise bike to the sisters, which is incredibly helpful to them as they live in a convent on the hospital grounds and minister to the spiritual needs of patients.
Martin Walker PC is a Tyler-based law firm with significant trial expertise representing individuals statewide in high-stakes litigation, including medical malpractice, catastrophic personal injury involving 18 wheels, oil field injuries, wrongful death and product liability. For more information, visit their website.