DENNISON -- At a recent employee recognition ceremony, Trinity Hospital Twin City honored 30 employees for their years of dedicated service. Together, the honorees represented a combined total of 335 years of working experience at the hospital.

Hospital employees received service awards for anniversary milestones achieved during 2013. Recognized for five years of service were Lori Collins, Tammi Hursey, and Penney Oakes-Zartman of Dennison; Carolyn King and Ann Smith of Dover; Doug Hart of Gnadenhutten; Dr. Matthew Phillips and Helen Schaar of New Philadelphia; Laura Rollandini of Scio; and Molly Abbuhl, Bonnie Basiletti, Lauren Castello, and Debbie Pounds of Uhrichsville.

Kay Butler of Dennison; Lynda Shalosky of Dover; Kim Dennis of Gnadenhutten; Dr. Galen Durose Jr., Stephanie Levengood, and Dr. Emmanuel Noche of New Philadelphia; and Tiffany Akers, Teresa Phillips, Halli Sell and Don Williams of Uhrichsville were recognized for 10 years of service. Sherri Marcus of Amsterdam and Judy Garver of New Philadelphia received awards for 15 years of service.

Doris Leggett of Jewett was honored for 20 years of service. Marlene Aeling of Dover and Ruthann Belknap of New Philadelphia were recognized for 25 years of service. Marla Trimmer of Dennison and Gayle Dudgeon of New Philadelphia were honored with service awards for 35 years of service.

"It's a privilege to have so many loyal and dedicated staff members at Trinity Hospital Twin City," noted Joseph Mitchell, hospital president. "We truly appreciate the efforts put forth by our hard-working employees that enable our hospital to serve the people of this area."

Trinity Hospital Twin City is a not-for-profit, Catholic hospital with 240 employees.

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