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Joan gave me this token on her last day at Maury. She said that I have put patients first everyday. She told me that I should pass this along when I see our staff display exemplary care for our people.
~LYNDALL PROPST, Maury Regional Medical Center, Columbia, Tennessee, United States
Posted 2017-02-16 10:55:44
Token 5214
This token was given to me by a colleague upon their departure. I'm passing it on to another colleague, as I leave my current company. The person I'm leaving it to is the kindest person I know. She makes every day brighter with her joy and smile.
~MEGAN BATEMAN, Perkins+Will, Chicgao, Illinois, United States
Posted 2017-02-15 20:15:02
Token 5214
This token was given to me by a colleague upon their departure. I'm passing it on to another colleague, as I leave my current company. The person I'm leaving it to is the kindest person I know. She makes every day brighter with her joy and smile.
~MEGAN BATEMAN, Perkins+Will, Chicgao, Illinois, United States
Posted 2017-02-15 20:15:02
Token 6801
I am passing this token to Alex Stucky, Manager of Rehab at St. Anthony North Health Campus. I currently work with Alex on multiple teams, and it is great to see how committed she is to advancing the mission of Centura, as well as our hospital! Alex brings energy to any project, thinks creatively about how to solve problems, and is willing to challenge the status quo. She takes her role very seriously, and realizes that with power comes a lot of responsibility! Alex is also very encouraging to those around her, and I enjoy having conversations with her on how to be a better leader. Alex, thanks for your hard work, your encouragement, and for your friendship. Brendan Kolber Service Line Director, St. Anthony North Health Campus
~BRENDAN KOLBER, Centura Health - St. Anthony North Health Campus, Westminster, Colorado, United States
Posted 2017-02-02 11:58:13
Token 6727
As you know, II have always looked beyond the surface to what people are “really made of”. A key part of this is their actions. Having said that, I want to say what an absolute pleasure it is has been dealing with Terry Moore. While Bob was there at the Villa, he went out of his way to look out for him. He truly understood what the Villa meant to Bob. I got to know Terry when Bob became ill and really came to appreciate how he just “naturally” went out of his way to help. He extended his kindness to me as well, always asking what he could do to make this “horrific” situation easier. His genuine caring for Bob’s welfare gave me much comfort. Then came the time when I had to have Bob admitted to Bobby’s Hospice. I don’t have to tell you how that broke my heart. Terry could have just “moved on” in terms of what one can expect of doing his job. He did not though. He surprised Bob with a visit from him and his dog Clancey. Bob, who thinks the world of Terry, was absolutely over the moon and and the joy in his face said it all. And… even today, I was over visiting Bob after work and in walks Terry with two framed pictures of Bob and Clancey - one for Bob and one for me. As you know, I have always felt very strongly about telling people when they do something well. These wonderful, caring qualities that are so much a part of Terry have made such a positive difference in Bob’s life and I know Bob is grateful for that as am I. I know how hard you have worked to install the culture of caring at the Villa. It is “home” to many. Actions like the one’s Terry exhibits are so complimentary to that philosophy and make the word “home” more than just a word. Brenda Daigle ~ Family Member
~BRENDA DAIGLE, Loch Lomond Villa, Saint John, Canada
Posted 2017-02-02 07:51:09