Sharon M. Robert’s, L.P.N. – Completed 25 Years of Service,
with Always Care Nursing Service which has been serving Georgians,
In-Homes and In-Facilities Since 1974 (43 Years), on May 26 th 2018.
Sharon is a Georgia Native, Y’all.
She moved back from California where she graduated as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, and worked in the Los Angeles area.
She started with Always-Care Nursing Service ®, working for our Clients In-Homes and In facilities as a Home Care Aide, while waiting for her CA Nurse License to be transferred to Georgia as a Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.)
She then worked as a Field Employee L.P.N., and later joined our “In-Office Management Team” as a “Client Care Coordinator” and L.P.N. Supervisor.
Later she was promoted to Assistant Manager, which she has been for many years.
On Wednesday, May 23, rd. 2018 – A Staff Luncheon was held in her honor, with her favorite food – Popeyes Fried Chicken & Fixins.
Sharon [Center in Photo] was presented with Flowers and a Bonus, by Howard Gruensfelder B.S.M. [Right in Photo] – Always Care ® Administrator, and with a 25 Year Certificate of Service by Ellie Gruensfelder R.N., C., B.S.N., [Left in Photo] Senor Nursing Supervisor.
For Desert, a Special Cake was made for her by our own Master Cake Baker and Operations Assistant Nicki. (More on that Next Month & she promises to give you the Recipe.)
P.S. We are happy to have such an occasion to introduce our Monthly Emails. We promise to only a monthly email and hope you will stay with us in the future.
Thanks for your support in the past and in advance for the future. The Staff of Always Care ®
Always Care Nursing Service ~Call for Assistance: (404) 266-8773 or (800) 989-7828
Administrator of 3 Florida (Always Care) Home Health Agencies for over Fourteen years.
Always Care of Georgia since 2001
Served as a 1st Lt. In the US Army
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