Walnut Hills recognizes employees for long service

Walnut Hills recognizes employees for long service

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Walnut Hills Retirement Community recently honored 13 longtime team members for their service to the organization’s residents and families.

When honoring the recipients in a recognition video, supervisors and fellow team members described the recipients as “warm-hearted, dedicated, willing to go above and beyond, genuinely cares for and respects residents and team members, gentle and thoughtful, an inspiration, leads by example, brings light to residents, a constant positive presence, and smart and observant.”

Betty Beachy of Sugarcreek, Judy Beachy of Sugarcreek and Mary Beachy of Sugarcreek led the group recognized for service. Betty Beachy has worked at Walnut Hills for 30 years while Judy Beachy and Mary Beachy both have served at Walnut Hills for 25 years.

Others who received 2021 Walnut Hills Service Awards included Katie Hostetler of Dundee for 20 years of service; Denise Gallion of Millersburg, Melissa Klintworth of Fresno, Alta Shrock of New Philadelphia and Joyce Waidelich of Sugarcreek for 15 years of service; Stacy Darby of Millersburg and Ellen Yoder of Sugarcreek for 10 years of service; and Heidi Conway of Millersburg, Rick Timberlake of Strasburg and Alta Yoder of Sugarcreek, all for five years of service to Walnut Hills.

In addition to his/her service award, each recipient was presented with a meal gift card, and Walnut Hills produced a recognition video to honor the team members’ commitment to excellent service and care. The video can be viewed on the Walnut Hills’ Facebook or YouTube page.

“The 13 individuals we honored represent more than 195 total years of service to the residents and families of Walnut Hills,” said Rob Aneshansel, executive director. “Each one of these team members does an amazing job each day of serving others, and we appreciate the blessing each one is to our residents and families and honor them for giving of themselves.”

Walnut Hills is a nonprofit continuing-care living community that employs 160 team members and is home to 250 individuals age 55 and over.

The 110-acre campus on Olde Pump Street in Walnut Creek offers independent-living homes, catered-living apartments, assisted-living suites and skilled-nursing care, as well as inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient therapy.

For more information call 330-893-3200 or visit www.walnuthillsliving.org.

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