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Employees honored at JTCH Christmas party

December 31, 2018

Twenty-three of Jane Todd Crawford Hospital’s employees were recognized at the hospital’s annual Christmas party for their years of service to the local medical facility.

JTCH employees who were on hand to receive their years-of-service pins at the annual Christmas party were, from left, Tabatha Ervin, Tina DeSpain, Lindsey Shuffett, Diane Johnson, Frances Peters, Administrator/CEO Rusty Tungate, Janice Price, Robbie Young, and Monica Eatmon.

Administrator/CEO Rusty Tungate recognized each of the employees during the party, which was held on Dec. 4 at the Greensburg Baptist Church Christian Life Center. Each employee received a pin marking the number of years he or she has been employed by the hospital.

“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.

Frances Peters, Director of Dietary at JTCH, received a standing ovation along with her 50-year pin as she recognized for her service.

Also receiving awards were:

45 years – Dr. Harry Huntsman, physician at Green County Primary Care.

35 years – Joy Miller, RN/Case Manager, Jane Todd IOP.

25 years – David Taylor, ER technician.

20 years – Devi Bradshaw, case management; and Robbie Young, pharmacy technician.

15 years – Tina DeSpain, billing/insurance clerk; Monica Eatmon, radiology supervisor; Tabatha Ervin, radiology technician; and Janice Price, RN.

10 years – Diane Johnson, billing/insurance clerk; Geneva Kirkland, radiology technician; Patricia Miller, radiology technician; Kathy Moss, social services; Dana Morgan, medical records; Wendy Puryear, LPN; and Lindsey Shuffett, CNA.

5 years – Melissa Bonta, GCPC receptionist; Tina Bray, lab technician; Connie Cheatham,LPN; Deborah Lampl, Assistant CFO; Tammy Miller, medical lab technician; and Crystal Parrish, housekeeping.

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

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