Recognized for five years of service were (left to right) Stephanie Babrick, Craig Ballengee, Cathy White, Jana Sherar, Jennifer Julian, Karen Davis, Kevin Wilson, and Sarah McCracken. Also recognized but not pictured were Kisa Babrick, Alice Bean, Virginia Bussell, Karen Duvall, Mary Lou Holland, Jennifer Julian, Debra King, Melissa Lamb, Shirley Lewandowski, Ashley Orender, Alicia Padgett, Lourdes Peek, Casey Persohn, Lynda Plummer, Brenda Quigley, Shelly Ringwald, Sharon Risch, and Julia Thomas.
Recognized for ten years of service were (left to right) John Bouvy, Amanda Dyer, Amy Showalter, Melinda Graber, Jennifer Jerger, Mistie Nathan, Sandra Cox, Beth Venatta, Chastity Barker, and Frances Riker. Not pictured are Keturah Birt, Margaret Daily, Melinda Graber, Cassandra Gwaltney, Randy Johnson, Darlene Knepp, Kelli Merold, Jacqueline Neeley, Sandra Overton, and Brandi Rainey.
Recognized for 15 years of service were (left to right) Stacey Coulter, Shawna O’Kelley-Brinson, and Vicki Snyder. Not pictured but also receiving a 15-year award were Karen Hoover, Anna Joyce, Erica Miller, and Sharon Stinchfield.
Recognized for 20 years of service were (left to right) Shirley Yoder, Jeannine Houchins, and Karla Miller.
Recognized at DCH (left to right) were Vickie Padgett, 30 years of service; Bonnie Brown, 35 years of service; Helen Wade, 50 years of service; Debbie Hill, 35 years of service; and Ramona Lechner, 30 years of service. Not pictured but also recognized were Art Hudson, 30 years; Gary Irwin, 30 years; Donna Lunsford, 40 years, and Sarah Woolsey, 45 years.
At a reception on February 17th at Daviess Community Hospital, sixty-eight DCH care givers were recognized for providing over 870 years of continuous service to the facility.
Marilyn Richard, DCH Human Resources Director said continuous service by employees
helps the hospital deliver professional medical care that is efficient, effective, and personal. “You share valuable skills with other employees and provide reassurance to our patients when they see your familiar face and caring smile.”
Besides the reception, employees received gifts based on years of service.
Helen Wade, Nursing Administration (right)
was presented a 50-year service award
by DCH Vice President of Nursing (left) Brenda Sturm.