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Celebrating Our 10 Longest Tenured Employees

Golden LivingCenters | posted May 28, 2014 | Bookmark and Share

As part of Golden Living’s celebration of 50 Years of Service, the company pays tribute to the 10 longest tenured employees who each have more than 45 years of service providing care to patients, residents and their families.
The 10 longest tenured Golden Living employees include the following individuals:
June Thielker – Hired April 11, 1965; Nurse Charge LPN - Golden LivingCenter - Wedgemere, Taunton, Mass.
Florence Like – Hired August 28, 1965; Certified Nurse Assistant - Golden LivingCenter - Northcrest, Napoleon, Ohio
Elaine Storms – Hired October 1, 1966; Coordinator of Health Information - Golden LivingCenter - O’Neill, O’Neill, Neb.
Leona Ragan – Hired February 13, 1967; Certified Nurse Assistant - Golden LivingCenter – Slayton, Slayton, Minn.
Margaret Mincey – Hired October 17, 1967; Certified Nurse Assistant - Golden LivingCenter - Chateau, Minneapolis, Minn.
Jerry Sinor – Hired February 2, 1968; Transporter - Golden LivingCenter - Galt, Galt, Calif. 
Allen Garner – Hired May 20, 1968; Maintenance Specialist - Golden LivingCenter -Valparaiso, Valparaiso, Ind.
Mary Schweitzer – Hired July 3, 1968; Nurse Charge LPN - Golden LivingCenter -Whitewater, St. Charles, Minn.
Jannie Knuckles, Hired March 4, 1969; Certified Nurse Assistant - Golden LivingCenter - Montgomery, Montgomery, Ala.
Jean Richert – Hired March 22, 1969; Executive Director - Golden LivingCenter - Golden Age, Tomahawk, Wis.
Golden Living looks forward to building on its 50 Years of Service to meet the needs of the next generation of patients, residents, and their families in the communities we serve.

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