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Employees of the Year
Votes were cast, ballots were counted, and our Employees of the Year have been announced! We want to thank all of our employees for their continued hard work and dedication, and a congratulations to those who won, and to those who were nominated for Employee of the Month. Each of our monthly candidates were truly deserving of the Employee of the Month title — But here are our winners for Employee of the Year!
GreenField Health & Rehabilitation Center’s Employee of the Year is Susan Westgate, LPN. Susan is the type of person who will lead by example. Susan steps up and helps out whenever she is asked. She will even check to see where she is needed and will gladly float to another unit. She has an enthusiastic attitude when training new nurses and does a great job of it. She is a real team player who thinks of others before herself, and will do anything asked of her. Congratulations Susan, and thank you for all that you do!
GreenField Terrace’s Employee of the Year is Valerie Turner, PCA. Valerie has worked at GreenField Terrace since August 2013 as a Care Partner and HHA. She works mostly on the night shift but can also be found working evenings. Val is an excellent Care Partner and has a calm demeanor when caring for our residents. In her spare time Val enjoys cooking and occasionally does catering. Congratulations Val, and keep up the great work!
GreenField Manor & GreenField Court’s Employee of the Year is Daniel Kunes, Dietary Supervisor. Dan is an exemplary employee. His dedication to pleasing the residents has always been his foremost concern. As the Sous Chef, he handles his everyday responsibilities like a professional and continues to go above and beyond his assignments. Dan has continuously kept an eye on the kitchen’s appearance and cleanliness, which has been a huge asset to the department. His years of experience in the field and his vast knowledge in food service has brought continuous satisfaction to the residents. Thank you Dan, for all you do!
The Niagara Lutheran Health System does not discriminate in the admittance of residents or the hiring of employees relative to age, race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, sexual preference gender, gender identity, blindness, handicap, sponsor, marital status, or religion.