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Tyrone Hospital Recognizes Employees for Years of Service

Tyrone Hospital honored employees with ten or more years of service at an annual recognition event held in May.  The event was part of Tyrone Hospital’s annual celebration of National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week.

The employee celebration included a BBQ lunch and a recognition ceremony.

“We are grateful for the professionalism, experience and special talent that each and every one of our employee brings to Tyrone Hospital,” said Stephen Gildea Chief Executive Officer at Tyrone Hospital.  “We applaud their commitment and adaptability in changing times. They are a continuing source of confidence and pride and they are an essential element of our success.”

Lapel pins were awarded to employees in recognition of their years of service.  Pins are awarded for service in five year increments.  Employees recognized for ten or more years of service are as follows:

30 years:  Joe Zimmerman, Nursing; Linda Irvin, Nursing; Louise Mock, Nursing; and Lori Rhule, Radiology

25 Years:   Annette Lynn, Social Services and Bonnie Miller, Health Information Management

20 Years:  Linda Schirmacher, Nursing; Barbara Stewart, Nursing; Vanessa Strang, Health Information Management; Sunda Baney, Nursing; Sara Folmar, Nursing; and Rhonda Himes, Central Registration

15 Years:  Darla Snyder, Nutrition Services

10 Years:  Dennis Myers, Maintenance; Angela Baney, Nursing; Tara Morrison, Administration; Terrie Clark, Tyrone Medical Associates; and Marie Consalvo, Radiology

Hospital officials also recognized four retirees.  Sharon Hedberg of Health Information Management retired after thirty-one years of service.  Sally Maceno of Nursing retired after thirty-two years of service.  Bonnie Colpetzer of Nutrition Services retired after ten years of service.  Catherine Gergely of Central Registration retired after ten years of service.

Tyrone Hospital employs over 200 individuals who represent a variety of clinical and non-clinical areas as needed to support the operation of the hospital.