BWWMH employees recognized
Published 3:16 pm Tuesday, May 10, 2011
For the past 45 years, Nettie Mack, LPN, has cared for the patients at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital in Demopolis. Mrs. Mack is one of 57 employees recognized this week for their years of service to the Tombigbee Healthcare Authority and the patients it serves. The group posted a cumulative total of 745 years of experience.
The following service awards were also presented: 35 years: Elizabeth Lindsay and Ginny Long; 30 years: Linda Milam; 25 years: Audrey Burrell, Sandy Dearman, Aloma Johnston, Jenny Morrison and Alex Smith; 20 years: Amanda Arledge, Wanda Collins, Randy Ford, Lesa Hall, Annie Jackson, Pat Taylor, Caroline Teel and Cindy Yelverton; 15 years: Sarah Black, Kimberly Catlin, Virginia Cosby, J.C. Flowers, Cathy Hughes, Jim Peppenhorst and Brenda Sigler; 10 years: Cindi Breckenridge, Christina Carr, Wilma Edwards, Donna A. Gandy, Alberta Greene, Natasha Horne, Linda Lawson, Bernice Martin and Maria Smith; 5 years: Kathleen Bell, Lacretia Edwards, Gloria Flowers, Karen Flowers, Shae Flowers, Wendy Foy, Patrice Gibson, Sarah Hallmark, Geneva Hitt, Lakeita Jackson, Tommy Johnson, Annie Jones, Melody Keith, Heather Kimbrel, Vonnetta Mack, Loudella McIntosh, Kathleen Prater, Mary Jo Scott, Rosie Sears, Kim Townsend, Shirley Tucker, Amanda Walker, Sara Webb and Inda Williams.
“We are very pleased to have such a high level of dedication from our employees, as evidenced by the number of long-time employees we have,” Administrator Mike Marshall said. “These people have made a choice to dedicate their time and effort to make a difference in the health and well-being of our patients.”