Deb Bjorling (seated, right) was recognized for 30 years of service to Wyandot Memorial Hospital at the annual employee and volunteer dinner held during National Hospital Week. Honored for completing 25 years of service at WMH were Janet Dunlap (seated, left), Pat Messersmith (standing, from left), Ty Shaull, Joe D’Ettorre and LuAnn Montz. Not pictured are Laura Morris and Kathy Tong.
Wyandot Memorial Hospital honored its staff and volunteers at an appreciation dinner held during National Hospital Week.
Hospital Board Vice-Chairman Fred Feichter and CEO Joe D’Ettorre presented awards to employees reaching milestone length of service anniversaries, and also recognized members of the hospital’s volunteer team for donating their time and talents to the organization.
The volunteers honored were Getta Allebach, Pat Althouse, Rev. Brian Arnold, Cletabelle Barnes, Penny Barth, Sherry Barth, Marilyn Baughman, Robert Beis, Sandy Beis, Bill Bickham, Tammy Black, Nancy Brose, Pat Brown, Jean Byrd, Pat Daniel, Paige Finscally, Betty Fogle, Judy Frey, Jean Gottfried, Jean Hollanshead, Cheyanne Kenner, Alice King, Bill Knighten, Shelba Knighten, Joyce Koehler, Earl Marshall, Marcina Mason, Mary McGuire, Ron Miller, Sue Miller, Ruthann Milligan, Terri Mohr, Betty Needs, Marilyn Olson, Max Picklesimer, Helen Pool, Sandy Preston, Wilma Savidge, Joyce Schryer, Vera Stansbery, Rev. Jim Stauffer, Chaplain Steve Sturgeon, Fred Swartz, Rose Swartz, Rosie Swartz, Clyde Taylor, Rev. Joe Trester, Rev. Bill Williamson and Woody Wodrich.
Special recognition was given to former Board Chairman Tom Menningen, who had completed 30 years of volunteer service on the Board of Governors before passing away earlier this year. Menningen’s wife, Bonnie, and daughter, Beth Collins, accepted a certificate of appreciation on his behalf.