Employees Recognized for Service at Weeks Medical
June 2nd, 2016
Weeks Honor Employees with Service Awards
Weeks Clinical Lab Manager Lorily York (left) congratulates long-term employees Mona Riendeau (50 years), Kathy St. Onge (35 years), Renee Hutchinson (45 years), Jeanne Kenison (30 years), and Pat Rogers (45 years).
Lancaster, NH: Employee Recognition Night was held at Weeks Medical Center on Friday, May 6, in a joyful celebration held outside under the tent. More than 30 employees were recognized for their years of service to Weeks Medical Center and the community. Employees representing almost every department received commendation for their years of service for periods from five to 50 years—with a combined total of 580 years of service.
The event was hosted by Weeks CEO Scott Howe, who commended each employee by saying “Every day you make a difference in people’s lives. You should be proud of your accomplishments.” Howe and various department managers presented the recognition awards to employees.
Special recognition was given to long-term employees of 30 years of more. Honorees included: Mona Riendeau (50 years), Renee Hutchinson (45 years), Pat Rogers (45 years), Kathy St. Onge (35 years), Jean Henry (35 years), Linda Bernard (30 years), and Jeanne Kenison (30 years). Riendeau, Weeks’ longest-serving employee, received her award surrounded by her family and was toasted by her grandson Adam Cloutier.
Stanley Holz, chairman of the Weeks Medical Center Board of Directors, paid special tribute to CEO Scott Howe for his 22 years of dedicated service to the hospital.
All in the Family. Mona Riendeau (with corsage) celebrated 50 years of service at Weeks Medical Center surrounded by her family. Mona’s three grandchildren, Dagan, Adam, and Katelyn, all followed in her footsteps with medical careers.