Grey‘s Anatomy is honoring its own.
In addition to saying farewell to two actresses on the season 14 finale, the ABC drama paid tribute to two other important women who each played an important role in the show’s history.
As the end credits rolled on Thursday night, it was revealed that the episode was dedicated “in loving memory” to Shandra “Sha” Page Edwards and Suzanne Patmore Gibbs.
Patmore Gibbs, a TV executive, passed away from complications stemming from a hernia surgery in March, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 50.
Series creator Shonda Rhimes mourned the TV executive and called Patmore Gibbs her “very first champion,” while revealing that Patmore Gibbs had fought to bring Grey’s Anatomy to television.
“She was my very first champion at ABC Studios, the first exec to say ‘maybe Shonda could