June 12, 2019
St. Joseph of the Pines Honors 51 Colleagues for Years of Service
St. Joseph of the Pines honored 51 of its colleagues on June 12 at the annual Associate Years of Service luncheon at Belle Meade in Southern Pines.
Tim Buist, president at St. Joseph of the Pines, noted that the group collectively represented 380 years of work experience for the nonprofit.
“These colleagues truly demonstrate their commitment and dedication to our mission and values and to making every day important to the people we serve,” Buist said. “The great success that we have had at St. Joseph of the Pines is a direct result of the efforts and dedication of our staff.
“Our colleagues’ commitment to quality care and service is the differentiating factor that sets us apart from other organizations, so it was an honor to celebrate these great milestones in their career. People are, and will always be, our greatest resource. We enjoyed the opportunity to pause and reflect on their contribution.”
Twenty-five years: Ruth Burns, Cynthia McLeod.
Twenty years: Tonya Rainey.
Fifteen years: Bobbie Denise McBryde.
Ten years: Charlcie Bartch, Jenifer Belton, Antonio Brown, Andrea Gonzalez, Dennis Johnson, Scotty Jones, Wardell Jones, Dianne Leonard, Adrienne McPhatter, Joselito Pingol, Cynthia Robinson, Syretta Wall.
Five years: Bridget Alford, Shalonza Atkins, Carlos Avila Catalin, Daniel Avila Catalin, Erica Boone, Kacie Cabrel, Hasheem Chalmers, Nicholas Coles, Jacqueline Drayton, Jose Miguel Estrada, Roberta Evans, Laquisha Goins, Roberta Grant, Gabrielle Harris, Adrienne Hill, Hannah Hunt, Corina Jones, Jessi’Lena Jones, Lakisha Lester, John “Pat” Lowry, Norma McArthur, Tarsha McBryde, David McCarthy, Shaquan Monroe, Taurice Nails, Heather Odom, Seleemiah Patterson, Ashley Robinson, Gila Rodriguez, Megan Saunders, Sheona Spruill, Gemma Torok, Darlene Waddell, Carletta Woodall, Deanne Wright.
Each honoree was given a framed certificate and a lapel pin.
St. Joseph of the Pines is an aging services network offering a full continuum of retirement housing, health care and community-based services for older adults as well as community outreach to those in need. It is a Trinity Health Senior Community continuing the legacy of the Sisters of Providence.