Counseling service employees honored

April 04, 2004

EMA - a residential, medical and counseling service for the elderly - and its affiliates recently honored 50 employees for their years of service.

Honored were:

Five years: Linda Bradley, Jonathan Cosentini, Lucille Margulis, Margaret Githinji, Eileen Hanley, Brenda Patterson and Kimberly Selby of EMA; Margaret Adcock, Ralph Bennett, Michael Covino, Joyce Debrowski, Judith Dunkle, Patricia Easton, Bob Escolopio, Hope Goodson, Beverly Green, Margaret Messersmith, Ann Overton, Rena Rhodes, Bill Riley, Mary Ann Schmidt of Fairhaven.

Also, Carolyn Barnes, Colleen Daves, Yvonne Doler, Marie Joseph, Phyllis Nikstaitis, Carol Palmer, Janice Parker, Mary Piechocki, Dorothy Rocker, Yolanda Smith, Bonita Woodard and Jeanette Wright of Copper Ridge; and Margaret Hammersla, Megan Byers, David Reichenbaugh, Scott Rice and James Sevick of Buckingham's Choice.

Fifteen years: Leonard McHugh, Patricia Robinson and Pamela Taylor of Fairhaven; and Linda Hovanec and Kurt Taylor of Buckingham's Choice.

Twenty years: Kathy Hardesty and Marcy Hoffman of EMA; and Joan Bevard, Joann Brinkman, Barbara Ellis, Tammy Fleming and Violet Hayes of Fairhaven.

EMA is the parent corporation of Fairhaven, a continuing care retirement community, and Copper Ridge, a center for the memory-impaired, in Sykesville; Buckingham's Choice, a continuing-care retirement community in Frederick County; EMA Health Services; and the Copper Ridge Institute, a research and educational facility.

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