St. Joseph's Hospital recently honored employees at the 2012 annual recognition dinner.
Those honored and their years of service included the following: Honored for 35 years of service were Cheryl Anderegg, Debra Perry and Rosemary Simons; 30 years of service: Joetta Burroughs, Arnetta Conrad, Nancy Gibson, Christine McKisic and Kelly Sturm; 25 years of service: Rita Barnett, Brenda Louk, David Maxwell, Debra Orsburn, Mary Ann Stankus and Chet Wamsley; 20 years of service: Cynthia Gay, Patricia Ketchem, Connie Kincaid, Donnie Kincaid, Pamela Moats and Kevin Stingo; 15 years of service: Shelley Butler, Debra Dean, Carol Heatherly, Renee Hofer, Bradley Ling, Peggy Mackey, Gerard O'Loughlin and Brian Williams; 10 years of service: Darlene Bender, Kimberly Brady, Nancy Hart, Anissa Hite-Davis, Melinda Smith and Pearl Sothen; five years of service: Gary Booth, Stacie Davis, Jennifer Grubb, Dr. H. George Hebard III, Patsy Hite, Cristy Hurst, Patricia Lake, Vanessa Lloyd, Rita Lowther, Ronald McCauley, Liza Nestor, Karen Persinger, Traci Stewart and Mary Ware.
Sue Johnson-Phillippe, president and CEO, also presented the annual award for the Valued Inspired Person of the Year. Receiving the VIP award were Eric Rice, registered nurse and CIS coordinator for information systems; and Amber Rolenson, registered nurse and clinical coordinator of obstetrical services.
Receiving the VIP award during St. Joseph’s Hospital’s annual employee recognition dinner are Amber Rolenson and Eric Rice.
St. Joseph's Hospital presents its VIP Award to employees who live and demonstrate the C.H.R.I.S.T. values of the hospital: compassion, hospitality, reverence, interdependence, stewardship and trust.