Augusta Health recognizes 2,900 years of service

One hundred fifty-six Augusta Health employees were recognized for their years of service at the annual Employee Recognition Dinner on September 13.  When added together, the years of service given by the recognized employees totaled 2900 years.

Mary Mannix, president and CEO of Augusta Health, praised the almost 3000 years of caring for the community.  “Think of how many babies have been born.  Of how many carpets have been vacuumed and how many meals have been prepared.  Think of how many lab tests and surgeries and treatments and procedures have been performed.  Think of how many hands have been held and how many hugs have been given.  Of how much care has been given—and of the quality of that care.  It’s amazing and we thank you for being the people who have provided that care for so many years.”

The employees recognized were:

  • 40 Years of Service:  Evelyn Argenbright, Nancy Brown and Helen Payne
  • 35 Years of Service:  Bridget Bergey, Earl Burris, Jr., Birgit Craig, Jeniful Davis, Jeff Dudley, Sandy Flintom, Janette Fortney, Roberta Garrett, Sandy Hoy, Lynette Hughes, Judy Langley, Barry Powers, Becky Radakovich, Joni Root, Carol Smith, Linda Smith, Linda Snyder and Lowell Wenger.
  • 30 Years of Service:  Melanie Earhart, Amelia Gilbert, Brad Gray, Joanne Hammer, Teresa Harris, Bruce Parker, Larry Sundstrom, Jeanne Tillery, Deborah Watts and Cindy Weaver.
  • 25 Years of Service:  Lilly Barlow, Sheila Brown, Thomas Daggy, Jr., Andrea Fountain, George McLaughlin, Dianne Moody, Kim Nelson, Linda Peery, Freda Pulley, Donna Reynolds, John Savides, Jean Smith, Valerie Stone, Debra Sumner and Carole Vaught Thompson
  • 20 Years of Service:  Pattie Anderson, Veronica Bryant, Sylvia Bush, Mike Coiner, Yvonne Eisenberg, Becky Grav, Pam Harlow, Darrell Little, Mary Jane Lotts, Marsha Mackey, Vince McCormick, Julia Painter, Ron Phillips, Chris Powell, Nancy Ralston, Sophia Shiplett, Lisa Showalter, Juliet Smith, Vickie Taylor and John Wheeler
  • 15 Years of Service:  Mariya Akopov, Bessie Baker, Jane Blosser, Stephanie Bolt, Brenda Campbell, Becky Carroll, E.G. Coiner, Denise Corbett, Crystal Culpen, Joe Ann Day, Teresa Doyle, Mary Flynn, Denise Gargie, Kelly Gauerke, Caroline Hackley, Cathey Hall, Walter Hilton, Jr., Karen Hughes, Wendy Kennedy, Nancy Koplin, Mary Lambert, Cindy Leslie, James Loschelder, Gina Lupino, Kemper McCauley III, Bobby McLain, Jr., Tonya Meadows, Janice Miller, Jane Paulus, Peggy Paxton, Daniel Sarco, Tammy Shipe, Lee Tripp, Richard Wagner and Brandan Whitmer.
  • 10 Years of Service:  Gregory Aldridge, Beverly Boxley, Joan Bottenfield, Roger Burnette, Jr., Nancy Burnes, Ellie Coggins, Michael Cook, Tara Crawford, Lori Davis, Chuck Flick, Sydney Gorby, Lisa Graham, Debbie Grove, Wendy Halterman, Bobbi Hughes, Debbie Jarvis, Deborah Johnson, Jesse Johnson, Rodney Johnson, Jennifer Krzastek, Mary Beth Landes, Becky Lightner, Charlotte Maiden, Lisa Mathews, Faye Mathyas, Kim McCarthy, Debbie Meadows, Debra Michael, Donna Nock, Jamie Grant-Orebaugh, Sandy Oscar, Rita Owens, Kent Parker, Lee Phillips, Becky Price, June Puckett, Joan Repass, Karen Robertson, Ronald Sallade, Jr., Tracy Sansossio, Crystal Simmons, Gregory Smith, Mike Snyder, Susan St. Clair, Leisa Stumpf, Martha Sullivan, Rhonda Terrell, Linda Wade, Jill Webb, Rita Wilhoit, Patty Wills, Amy Wheeler, Becky Yeary and Jamie Yeary.
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