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Genesis Healthcare
Genesis Healthcare administrator Patrick Foley presented employees with service awards for the months of January through March at the general staff meeting on May 15.
“Our employees are the vital link between Genesis Healthcare and our residents, and we are proud to honor these employees,” Foley said.
The following awards were presented:
Administration: Denise Daugherty, 1 year. Dietary: Karen Buchanan, 3 years; Sherry Click, 5 years. Housekeeping: Nathanial Adkins, 5 years. Maintenance: Paul Diroma, 15 years.Nursing: Stacie Roach, 3 years; Amy Christy, 3 years; Mamie Smith, 5 years; Mary Salber, 15 years; Elizabeth Foley, 15 years; Geraldine Eagle, 15 years.
Recreation: Linda Brooks, 5 years.
Diane McConneaughey, a member of the housekeeping staff, joined the 20-year club. Other members include Toni Stout, Micky Stirewalt, Cathy Alley, and Mary Honeycutt.
Classy Red Hats
On June 9, the Chapeaux Rouge Divas joined Queen Mother Martha Hopkins of the Red Birds on a tour of Lake Norman and the famous “mansions” aboard the Lady of the Lake.
They all enjoyed lunch in the air-conditioned club room of the “Lady.”
On June 19, the Classy Red Hats enjoyed a lunch at IL Colosseo Italian Restaurant. Hostess Barbara Bostian presented each guest with a purple fan atop a pen or pencil, a classic symbol of Red Hatters.

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