Nomination Letters – Hebrew Senior Life

Yvonne Reed

Yvonne Reed is a dedicated, caring, professional RN. Yvonne has always gone above and beyond her required job responsibilities. Yvonne showed her concern and the company’s by driving a family member home after he suffered the death of his wife.

—Nominated by Kathleen McSheffrey

Susan Klalinda

Susan can be counted on by the staff, patients, and families for her professional, caring performance and support. She is a knowledgable RN with exceptional attention to detail which makes everyone else’s job a little easier. Susan is a caring, compassionate caregiver who puts patients needs first. She is a trusted adviser to all of her coworkers.

—Nominated by Kathleen McSheffrey

Carmen Mormile

Carmen Mormile is a dedicated, caring LPN with many years of going above and beyond for her patients. She is truly compassionate in all of her interactions with patients and their families. Her attention to patient care is her focus on every shift. She is truly a person who puts patient welfare first. Carmen is considered a valuable member of the nursing team.

—Nominated by Kathleen McSheffrey

Nancy Matthews

Nancy Matthews works as a nurse in the elder day care center at Hebrew Senior Life in Roslindale. I have seen her go above and beyond the call of duty so many times over the years, it is very hard to pick one time. She has had such an impact on the lives of the people she takes care of every day. Some of the elders that she cares for would not be able to continue to live at home without the support she gives to them and their families. I have seen her take the time to give encouragement to families really struggling. She has such a positive outlook on life and really inspires her staff to do their best every day. She always has a smile on her face and is always sitting and talking with her patients like friends. Last week, I watched a group sitting with her laughing as she told one of her funny stories. It was such a joy to watch these elderly people laughing. I wish their loved ones could have seen them. It would have made their day.


—Nominated by A. Winston

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