2014-06-05 / Community

SMH employees recognized in May for years of service


Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital employees recently awarded years of service pins included: front row, from left, Jennifer Ansell, Marilyn Pfister, Julie Nelson, Madarha Johnston, Yvonne Gould, Jani Gould, Julie Pistulka. Middle row, Jill Chase, Cynthia Hyland, Jerri Hoholik, Susette St. John, Kelli, Anderson, Theresa Rosebush. Back row, Dan Hoholik, Ed Taylor, Sherry Arnold, Julie Richey, Henry Richey, Jackie Johnson, Susan Hoholik, Deann Henrichsen. 
Courtesy photo Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital employees recently awarded years of service pins included: front row, from left, Jennifer Ansell, Marilyn Pfister, Julie Nelson, Madarha Johnston, Yvonne Gould, Jani Gould, Julie Pistulka. Middle row, Jill Chase, Cynthia Hyland, Jerri Hoholik, Susette St. John, Kelli, Anderson, Theresa Rosebush. Back row, Dan Hoholik, Ed Taylor, Sherry Arnold, Julie Richey, Henry Richey, Jackie Johnson, Susan Hoholik, Deann Henrichsen. Courtesy photo MANISTIQUE – Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital recently celebrated National Hospital Week by honoring its employees for years of service.

Employees honored for their years of service included:

Five years of service: Joan Anderson, Todd Anderson, Dr. Christian Dums, Mary Gavlek, Dan Hoholik, Sherri Jenerou, Jodie Johnson, Julie Nelson, Ann Quinlan and Sharon Syers.

Ten years of service: Kelli Anderson, Jennifer Ansell, Renee Chandler, Lisa Demers, Tony Du- Four, Jani Gould, Robin Gould, Yvonee Gould, Susan Hoholik, P. Jackie Johnson, Jessica Lumsden, Kristin Peterson, Marilyn Pfister, Henry Richey, Theresa Rosebush, Dodie Schneider, Julie Schuetter and Susette St. John.

Fifteen years of service: Jill Chase, Catherine Flores, Jerri Hoholik, Madarha Johnston, Dr. William Phillips and Julie Pistulka.

Twenty years of service: Sherry Arnold.

Thirty years of service: Deann Henrichsen, Julie Richey and Ed Taylor.

Thirty-five years of service: Cynthia Hyland.

According to the American Hospital Association website, National

Hospital Week “celebrates hospitals and the men and women who, day in and day out, support the health of their communities through compassionate care, constant innovation and unwavering, unmatched dedication.”

The association states that hospitals play a vital role in improving community health across the nation – extending far beyond strictly providing medical care.

National Hospital Week is used each year to thank all of the dedicated individuals – physicians, nurses, therapists, engineers, food service workers, volunteers, and others for their commitment.

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