Hospital presents annual employee awards | News | The Press and Standard
by The Press and Standard | November 19, 2016 5:00 pm
Last Updated: November 16, 2016 at 2:39 pm
The 2016 annual Employee Service Awards banquet was held Nov. 10 by Colleton Medical Center at Dogwood Hills Golf Club.
The annual FISH Award was presented to Jason Shock.
Recognized for five years of service were Lindsey Benton, Matthew Clark, Cedrick Ford, Michelle Gruber, Ashley Jackson, Marie Moore, Jennifer Pinckney, Virginia Sherry, Paige Spell, Jennifer Britt, Angela Damon-Jackson, Mary Frazier, Lisa Hester, Aleshia Kittrell, Tammie Moore, Rob Rodrigues, Tracy Shock, Lee Stroud, Bobijo Carpenter Sarah Degraw, Marian Garofano, David Jackson, Laura Linz, Timothy Nicholas, Caron Sharp and Rodney Simpson.
Those with 10 years included Elizabeth Benton, Tarah Dobison, Ruby Green, Becky Morehead, Charlene Westbury, Leigh Cook, Cleo Edwards, Paula Knight, Keith O’Cain, Josette Williams, Paige Crews, Wendy Graham, Latoya Lisbon, Jagruti Patel and Melissa Zorn.
Those with 15 years were Monica Brown, Susan Gibson, Debra Hudson, Tammy Jenkins, Leonida Moore, Cindy Polk, Annette Stephens, Jeanne Burgsteiner, Nancy Harper, April Jackson, Nicole McCaskill-Davis, Donna Murdaugh, Helen Rhoden and Henry Wallace.
Those with 20 years were Debbie Clark, Michelle Davis, Monica Kirkland, Willie Powell, Betsy Cares, Lynn Fennell, Denise Marion and Sonya Rowe.
Angela Douglas was honored for 25 years, and Phyllis Bridge, Bonnie Ramsey and Lisa Crabtree for 30 years.
Kay Crosby, Dianne Litchfield, June Gooding and Yvonne Penfield were recognized for 35 years.
Julie Fishburne, Janice Bryant, Allison Scott and Debi Drew each had 40 years.
Retirees honored included Judy Carter, Dianne Houtz, Linda Poole, Mary Alice Sherry, Theda Coker, Agnes Johnson, Gail Sartain, Pat Fishburne, Donna Moore and Rose Singleton.
Awards were presented by Brad Griffin, CEO; Ann Jonason, chief nursing officer; Jimmy Hiott, chief financial officer; and Sandy Bynum, vice president of business development. Emily Birdsong, vice president of human resources, gave opening remarks. The trio of Becky Morehead, Christy Judy and Aubrey Hill provided music after cocktails and dinner.