Published on October 18, 2018

Volunteer Awards 2018

New Volunteer & 50 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon new volunteers and those who have served 50 hours were honored, including (from left) Norma Pettigrew, new; Judy Overall, 50 hours; Brenda Presley, 50 hours; Audrey Swann, 50 hours; Louise Smith, 50 hours; Kazuko Kijima, new; and Kim Overton, new. Other new volunteers include Priscilla Eddie-Braddock, Barney Guyton, Dianne Guyton, Jessica Nix, Dorothy Scheuer, Phyllis Wardlaw, William Wardlaw and Candace Weaver. Receiving 50 hour pins were Naomi Ables, Beverly Bagley, Helga Bowles, Amanda Brown, Flora Brownlee, Brenda Clark, Richard Mattox, Navneet Singh, Carol Smith, Louise Smith, Lisa Stegall, Judy Whisenant and Sallie Wilkerson. NMMC honored its volunteers with a luncheon Oct. 12.

100, 150 & 200 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 100, 150 and 200 hours were honored, including (from left) Ann Parmer, 200 hours; Deloris Fields Jenkins, 200 hours; Henryella Smith, 200 hours; Arlene Langley, 150 hours; and Eloise Shumpert, 100 hours. Photo 2: Flora Brownlee, left, received a 50 hour pin, and Trisha Goldman received a 150 hour pin. Goldman is holding a photo of Charlie, her golden retriever who volunteered with her doing pet therapy.

Also receiving 100 hour pins were Debra Burnside, Misty Caldwell, Linda Correll, Betty Davis, Susan Fitzner, Margie Langston, Betty Lee Marshall, Justin Parmely, Judy Roat and Margaret Stewart. Receiving 150 hour pins were Lutricia Gardner, Shelia Harris, Arlene Langley, Roshni Patidar and William Pickens. Receiving 200 hour pins were Scotty Davis, May Frazier, Stephanie Price and Glendoria Westmoreland.

300 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 300 hours were honored, including Minnie Harper and Becky Carlton. Also receiving 300 hour pins were Michelle Hunt, Felisa Patel, Della Perry, Dorothy Reason, Steve Swann, Douglas Wagner and Janice Williams. 400 hour honorees were May Frances Cobb, Bettina King and Tomiko McShan. Laura Borcicky was honored for 500 hours.

600 & 700 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 600 and 700 hours were honored, including Kathy Rutherford, 600 hours; Terri Cummings, 700 hours; Louie Dearman, 700 hours; and Theresa Smith, 700 hours. Also receiving 600 hour pins were George Bogardus and Kelly Wilson, and 700 hour honorees were Ken Krason, Wiley Nance and Robert Porter Jr. Shaochen Yang was honored for 800 hours, and Mardell Nance and Janice Scales were honored for 1,000 hours.

1,100 & 1,200 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 1,100 and 1,200 hours were honored, including Shirley Anderson, 1,200 hours; and Gloria Williams, 1,100 hours. Also receiving 1,100 hour pins were Carolyn Brown, Jane Fielder and Cheryl Storey. Michael Goins and Lynn Vuncannon received 1,200 hour pins.

1,300; 1,500 and 1,600 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, Mary Samuels, 1,500 hours; Elizabeth Fuller, 1,300 hours; and Clara Jaggers, 1,600 hours, were honored for their service. Also recognized were Jean Vickers, 1,300 hours; and Idella Crawford, 1,600 hours.

1,800 & 2,000 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 1,800 and 2,000 hours were honored, including Margaret Baker, 1,800 hours; Betty Thomas, 2,000 hours; and Nancy Grissom, 1,800 hours.

2,100 & 2,300 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served 2,100 and 2,300 hours were honored, including Georgia Taylor, 2,300 hours; Phyllis Lendon, 2,100 hours; Virginia Allred, 2,100 hours; and Darlea Heitger, 2,300 hours. Also recognized for 2,100 hours were Betty Coward and Jean Jacobs. Wilma Trice was recognized for 2,300 hours. Ruth Baldwyn and Fran Herring were recognized for 2,500 hours.

3,600-4,200 Hour Pins

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served between 3,600 and 4,200 hours were honored, including  Mary Johnson, 4,000 hours; Esther Brown, 4,200 hours; Janette Fandell, 3,600 hours; and Pauline Goree, 4,200 hours. Lela Finney was also recognized for 4,000 hours.

3,800 Hours

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon Erie Wheeler was recognized for 3,800 hours of service.

5,000+ Hours

During North Mississippi Medical Center’s Volunteer Awards Luncheon, those who have served more than 5,000 hours were honored, including Nancy Forrest, 5,000 hours; Elvira Blanchard, 5,000 hours; Bob Stanley, 9,100 hours; and Margaret Collins, 8,200 hours. Suzanne Coggin was recognized for 13,700 hours of service.

Outstanding Hours 2018

Laura Land chief human resources officer for North Mississippi Health Services, Jessica Vaughn, NMMC volunteer coordinator, and Rhonda Weaver, NMMC volunteer services manager, recognized the 2018 Volunteer of the Year Nancy Grissom, who was also recognized for 536 hours of service during fiscal year 2018.

Laura Land chief human resources officer for North Mississippi Health Services, recognized Margaret Collins for 723 hours of service during fiscal year 2018.

Laura Land chief human resources officer for North Mississippi Health Services, recognized Elvira Blanchard for 734 hours of service during fiscal year 2018.

Laura Land chief human resources officer for North Mississippi Health Services, recognized Nancy Forrest for 842 hours of service during fiscal year 2018.

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