Meet Tom! Meet December’s spotlight employee Tom Butcher! Tom is a teacher in our Youth Development program and has been working with our adolescents since February. Tom is an experienced teacher with a passion for helping our youth improve their academics as well as make progress in their treatment plan. We are so grateful to have Tom working with our students every day!
Meet Regina! Meet November’s spotlight employee Regina Geeter! Regina is MRC’s Nurse and has been working with our youth and adult patients for 11 years. She provides compassionate care to each person at our facility and you will always find her with a smile on her face! Regina is a valued member of our team and is truly helping us make a difference!
Meet Audrey! Meet October’s spotlight employee Audrey Burtman! Audrey began working at MRC last August and plays a vital role in our Youth Program. She wears many hats and is a valuable team player ensuring that our patients our taken care of each day. We are so grateful to have Audrey working with our youth!
Meet Linda! Meet September’s spotlight employee Linda Pastori! Linda began working at MRC 21 years ago and we are so grateful for the work that she does everyday. As our Finance Director, she works hard behind the scenes to make sure everything runs smoothly. Linda is a valued member of our team and is truly helping us make a difference in our patients’ lives.
Meet Tony! Meet August’s spotlight employee Tony Hampton! Tony began working at MRC 7 years ago as a Program Monitor and is now the Program Manager for our Youth Development Program. He is always working hard with staff and patients to “keep the engine running”. Tony does a fantastic job working with our youth boys and we are so grateful to have him on our team!
Congratulations to Jimmie Clay for being nominated as November’s Making a Difference Employee! Jimmie was chosen due to his compassion and concern for MRC’s patients. His peers noted that he is a team player, treats everyone with respect, and is dedicated to our mission. Jimmie brings a positive and caring attitude to work each day and knows how to bring light to a dark moment. Q&A with Jimmie Clay Q. If you could be any animal, what animal would you be? A. I guess I would be a horse, a stallion. They love people and they’re fun animals! Q. What is ... Read more
Congratulations to Dee Heflin for being nominated as October’s Making a Difference Employee! Dee was nominated by many of her peers due to her positive attitude, her willingness to help anyone in need, and her warm, welcoming smile. Dee greets everyone who comes through the doors of MRC with kindness. She stays on top of all her duties and truly lights up the office! Q&A with Dee Heflin Q. Who is your favorite author? A. Jim Butcher, he writes fantasy books. Q. If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to? A. I would go back to ... Read more
Congratulations to Samantha Mitchell for being nominated as September’s Making a Difference Employee! Samantha was chosen for her excellent work with our youth patients. Her peers noted that she is always willing to help, keeps the well-being of the patients first, and is a dedicated team player. Samantha exemplifies our mission statement to the fullest and expresses genuine care and concern toward all patients. Q&A with Samantha Mitchell Q. If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be? A. I would spend the day with a pastry chef! I love to bake and decorate cakes. Q. What ... Read more
Congratulations to Rhonda Ryan for being nominated as August’s Making a Difference Employee! Rhonda was chosen for her willingness to go above and beyond to meet the needs of staff and patients. Her peers noted that she is a great team player, a dedicated worker, and always puts the patients first. Rhonda is a great mentor for the kids and keeps a positive attitude at all times. Q&A with Rhonda Ryan Q. If you could learn to do anything, What would it be? A. I would like to learn to crochet and paint. This way I can make my own decorations for ... Read more
We want to congratulate Patty Byars for being nominated as July’s Making a Difference Employee! Patty was chosen due to her constant smile and positive attitude. Her peers noted that she is a very selfless person who consistently practices genuine concern for others. Patty clearly loves her job and cares for those around her. Q&A with Patty Byars Q. Would you rather win the lottery or work at the perfect job? A. I think I could handle both! I would want to keep my job. I definitely couldn’t get rid of it. Especially since a lot of my winnings would go ... Read more