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Employees receive service pins

December 13, 2019

Casey County Hospital employees who received service award pins were, from left, Emily Farmer, Amanda Gilpin, Cyndi Clark, Brenda Roberts, Ashley Marcum, Administrator/CEO Rusty Tungate (who gave out the awards), Sandra Propes, Heather Brown, Sharon Rayborn, Bobbie Jo McGowan, and Pam Wethington.

Twenty-seven employees at Casey County Hospital were recognized at the hospital’s annual Christmas party for their years of service to the local medical facility.

Administrator/CEO Rusty Tungate recognized each of the employees during the party, which was held on Dec. 10 at the Central Kentucky AG/EXPO Center. Each one received a pin marking their number of years he or she has been employed there.

“Our employees are truly hard-working, dedicated individuals, and we can’t thank them enough for their service to our hospital and our community,” Tungate said.

Those receiving pins included:

5 years – Heather Brown, RN at Casey County Family Practice; Amanda Gilpin, C.N.A.; Ashley Marcum, billing insurance clerk; Tonya McKnight, receptionist at CCFP; Kristee Parton, billing insurance clerk; Sandra Propes, billing insurance clerk; Susan Rainer, RN; Candace Randolph, ER tech/ward clerk; Brittany Robertson, respiratory technician; Leslie Roy, ER tech/ward clerk; and Jennifer Wakefield, laboratory supervisor.

10 years – Zyndall Buck, housekeeping; Sandra Byrd,RN; Cyndi Clark, physical therapy assistant; Kim Cook, accounting; Amanda Eads,receptionist at CCFP; Emily Farmer, pharmacy technician; Gwen Marcum, RN; Bobbi Jo McGowan, physical therapy assistant; Tiffany McQueary, C.N.A.; Sharon Rayborn, C.N.A.; Brenda Roberts, housekeeping; and Tammy Stephens, billing insurance clerk.

15 years – Carey Martin, RN; Elizabeth Rudder, RN; and Pam Wethington, DSH coordinator.

20 years – Walter Sizemore, radiology technician.

All the employees, along with their families, enjoyed a catered meal and some lucky employees also took home door prizes.

Santa Claus, who was sponsored by the Casey County Hospital Auxiliary, was also on hand to visit with children. Each took home a toy and candy treat bag.