Maple Lawn recently held their annual Employee Recognition Banquet to honor all the spotlight and awards employees for their hard work and dedication to the long-term care and rehabilitation facility. Retirees, those with perfect attendance, years of employment, and staff of the year were recognized during the banquet.
Named 2011 employee of the year was Ashley Hurt, support staff of the year for the facility was Josh Cornish and supervisor of the year was Marianne Jackson. Phil Shidler was recognized for his retirement.
Nine people were recognized for perfect attendance including Sandra Blouin, Sue Failing, Lorrie Kessler, Kim McCarty, Kathy Moler, Linda Moraniec, Sara Roper, Doris Wigent, and Krista Wood.
Recognition was also given for those that have reached one, five, and ten years, as well as those that have worked at the facility 15 years including Tammy Combs, Mailinda Layne, Shirley Marsh, and Gerald Poe. 25 year recognition went to Lisa Cornwell, 30 years to Kathy Moler, and 35 years to Vicki Null.
Maple Lawn Administrator, Jayne Sabaitis said, “Your dedication, determination, hard work, high standards, and values have guided us in our growth and has maintained our superior reputation in the community. Thank you for your commitment to excellence and integrity.”
Maple Lawn Medical Care Facility has been recognized by the governor and other agencies for providing quality care through extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities. Rehabilitation services are also available for physical, occupational, and speech and language therapy for short or long term care.