SPENCERVILLE — Rarely in today’s world of employment, can an organization boast of employee longevity. Yet Roselawn Manor, managed by HCF Management Inc., Lima, recently honored 19 employees for over 20-plus years of service to the care community, at the exclusive annual Platinum Club Celebration held in Lima, Ohio.
“Employee longevity is one of the unique characteristics of Roselawn Manor which results in the outstanding level of quality of care that is provided to the residents. HCF is honored to have such a dedicated team of care providers working for them,” Chuck Okorowski, Vice President of Human Resources for HCF Management Inc., said.
Overall, HCF recognized over 340 employees who have twenty or more years of service with HCF.
The employees were honored with a celebratory luncheon, awards and a special cloisonné pin. Shanna Holland, Roselawn Manor’s administrator, is pleased to recognize the following employees for their devotion to providing outstanding care to our residents: Joyce Maag, 37 years; Susan Tidwell, 33 years; Sue Laman, 31 years; Marcia Grothause, 29 years; Jeanne Somers, 27 years; Annette Mullins, 25 years; Miriam Davis, 25 years; Marcia Perkins, 25 years; Paula Ball, 24 years; Teresa Perkins, 24 years; Mary Savidge, 24 years; Cheri Wells, 23 years; Penny Buckmaster, 22 years; Karen Keeling, 22 years; Gwen Clark, 22 years; Ruth Hurst, 21 years; Jennifer Holmes, 21 years; Nancy Elling, 20 years; and Deb Schwartz, 20 years.
Roselawn Manor has been serving the community for over 70 years with excellent and innovative rehabilitative and skilled nursing services.
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