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OGH staff honored for years of service

Lynn Carlson was recognized by Timothy J. Finan, president and chief executive officer, for 50 years of service to Olean General Hospital.

OLEAN, NY-- Olean General Hospital honored its staff Thursday for their dedicated years of service during an employee service award ceremony at Good Times of Olean.

Those honored represent 1,235 years of combined service.

A special recognition included honoring Lynn Carlson, LPN, who celebrated 50 years of service

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to the hospital. She was hired in 1967 as a nurse assistant on the second floor. Over the years, she earned a nursing degree and worked in ICU and the third floor before joining the quality department where she works today.

“Every year, we welcome the opportunity to thank our employees for all they do for our hospital

and our patients,” said Timothy J. Finan, president and chief executive officer, OGH and UAHS, “ [Lynn Carlson’s] long standing dedication is noteworthy and we celebrate her and all of our employees as they are essence of our commitment to the communities we serve.”

Additional employees celebrating milestone service anniversaries this year include:

35 years

  • Joyce Gratz
  • Sally Kolasinski

  • Joseph Livoto

30 years

  • Daniel Drake

  • Sharon Gardner

  • Tracey Kellner

  • Ellen Loveless

  • Todd Oliver

  • Lisa Sworts

  • Kristina Wallace

25 years

  • Tricia Anastasia

  • Mary Gardner

  • Julia Jones

  • Melissa Webb

  • Karla Zielinski

20 years

  • Deborah Evans

  • Robert Kriner

  • Rachel Lovell

  • Gretchen Tucker

  • Victoria Veno

15 years

  • William Bizzaro

  • Andy Bryant

  • Lisa Cousins

  • Casey Ellman

  • Michele Orcutt

  • Leslie Phearsdorf

  • Crystal Prouty

10 years

  • Michael Coon

  • Elizabeth Dixon

  • Jennifer Drew

  • Rose Ely

  • Tina Gould

  • Judy Haight

  • Gregory Henderson

  • Barbara Jedrosko

  • Judith Lefford

  • Michael Mangan

  • Kimberly McConkey-Psathas

  • Lisa McCullough

  • Karen McGovern-Graham

  • April McVinney

  • William Mills, MD

  • Mariusz Morawski

  • Kathleen Nelson

  • Jenny Nitsche

  • Barbara Pantano

  • Penny Payne

  • Michelle Platt

  • Nathan Powley

  • Grace Ramsey

  • Stephanie Richards

  • Angela Rivera

  • Mark Ruggles

  • Darrin Shanley

  • Rachel Slocum

  • Kristy Spaich

  • Adrienne Steiner

  • Joan Thomas

  • Katie Weaver

  • Michael Wilson

  • Benjamin Wright

5 years

  • Amber Barnard

  • Kelly Brucato

  • Cheryl Buringrud

  • Nicole Clawson

  • Dawn Doane

  • Sarah Eaton

  • Stephen Edel

  • Shannon Faes

  • Megan Farwell

  • Timothy Feely

  • Trisha Folland

  • Robert Groth

  • Victoria Hedlund

  • Kisa Hodge

  • Marcia Johnson

  • Christine Jones

  • Moira Khettry

  • David Lee

  • Joanne Lipka

  • Stephanie Martuccio

  • Storm Maynard

  • Dennis McCarthy

  • Amy McKinley

  • Desirae Miller

  • Elizabeth Morlock

  • Justin Moyer

  • Emily Olkosky

  • Sara O’Neil

  • Sara Padden

  • Kristian Pfeiffer

  • Melissa Smith

  • Dawn Steinbrenner

  • Pamela Todd

  • Aaron Witruke

  • Jacquelyn Woods

  • Abigail Yanda


 

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