Staff recognized with service awards
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Eleven employees smile before the award luncheon kick-off where they were recognized for their years of service, which ranged from five years to more than 20.[/caption]
Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s yearly service awards is a special opportunity to honor staff for their loyalty. This year 11 staff were recognized for their years of dedicated service, which ranged from five years to more than 20.
“Whether I’ve worked with you for five years or up to 20 years, I just want to say it has been my utmost pleasure to work with each of you,” said Jane Hull, executive director, during her remarks. “I feel that God has truly blessed me to share life with such great people.”
Jessica Brawley and Macey Nicholson
Jessica was honored for working at the Manor since 2009. Over that time, advanced her nursing career from a CNA to RN. Jessica is currently the Manor’s wound specialist. Macey Nicholson was honored for working at the Manor since 2011, during which time she also earned her RN degree. Macey is currently the skilled nursing night charge nurse.
Summer Courtway, Kaye Keith and Trixie St. Clair
Summer Courtway was honored for working at the Manor since 2011, where she is currently a restorative aid. She is known for putting resident needs and dignity before everything else. Kaye Keith, director of assisted living, has worked at the Manor since 2014. She appreciates the service awards because she “has a very dependable, very good staff and I appreciate what they do every day. The service awards are just one day a year to publicly recognize what I know to be true every day.” Trixie St. Clair has worked at the Manor since 2011. She began as a CNA and got her certification as a med tech. She is currently working toward her LPN degree and is known for her willingness to put in long hours and for her reliability.
Janet Hall has been a nurse at Farmington Presbyterian Manor since 2011 after her career in the car industry took a sudden turn when the plant she worked at shut down. Not one to be discouraged, Janet went back to school to pursue a nursing degree and is one of the Manor’s most loved, reliable and dependable employees. She is currently the memory care night charge nurse.