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Employee Service Milestones

Hopkins runs on dedicated employees. For that reason, it is important that we recognize the members of our team who have spent significant portions of their careers working to improve our organization.

Below is a list of hospital employees in the Department of Medicine that will be recognized at the 2015 Employee Service Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, September 29 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Turner Auditorium.

An enormous thank you goes out to James Boles, a clinical tech in Nelson 6 Nursing who has dedicated an outstanding 50 years to our institution.

The following individuals are celebrating 40+ years of service:

  • Brenda Bunn, 42 years
  • Catherine German, 40 years
  • Edith Perry, 43 years

The following individuals are celebrating 30 years of service:

  • Cheryl Foley
  • Sharon Glover
  • Miriam Lee
  • Kathleen Rothwell
  • Lawrence Walker

The following individuals are celebrating 20 years of service:

  • Tjetta Clifton
  • Eleni Flanagan
  • Deborah Kraft
  • Antoinette McDaniel
  • Libbie Monroe
  • Mauvette Phillip
  • Felicity Rosell-missler
  • Kathleen Wagner-Kosmakos
  • Kelly Wilkinson

The following individuals are celebrating 10 years of service:

  • Nicole Akparewa
  • Heather Bailly
  • Carla Bostic
  • Alethia Brown
  • Marjorie Butler
  • Allan Calahatian
  • Maria Candia
  • Theresa Caton
  • Judy Chimba
  • Maria Concepcion
  • Esther Dordunoo
  • Michael Drane
  • Angie Edwards
  • Abigail Geasey
  • Valerie Hercules
  • Evangelyn Hernandez
  • Denise Lee
  • Catherine Mwatha
  • Shana Nichols
  • Sherrie Phillips Byers
  • Rosa Randolph
  • Kira Rashba
  • Gloria Reed
  • Rebecca Sajjad
  • Ferdinand Sarausa
  • Michelle Shannon
  • Kristianna Simon
  • Terri Stokes
  • Lillian Walker

We cannot begin to express our gratitude for your continued hard work and dedication to making the Department of Medicine and Hopkins the best it can be.


Kelsey Bennett