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Memorial Hospital Service Awards and Newmark Award 2023

Memorial Hospital hosted their Fall Party at the VFW in Chester on Friday, November 10th. Many employees were celebrated for their years of service. Brett Bollmann, CEO, presented the following employees with their Service Awards: 5 Years, Richard Clasen, Justin Davis, Bernie Ernst, Jessica Fleenor, Austin Gendron, Gregory Griffith, Brooke Hargis, Ashely Homan, Jennifer Mehrer, Anna Mueller, Austyn Phillips, Elizabeth Reese, Ashley Schroeder, and Addie Schultz. 10 Years, Susan Diddlebock, Amy Kirkland, Heather Wingerter, and Andria Zweigart. 15 Years, Aaron Athmer, Adrienne Caby, Lacey Hartman, Tia Reid, and Sherry Wilson. 20 Years, Amy Kloos, Donna Martin, Sarah Schenk, Sharon Simpson, and Jason Springs. 25 Years, Anita McDonough and Martha Roth. 30 Years, Jill Arbeiter, Robin McMurtry, and Debra Thurm. 35 Years, Rhonda Mott. 40 Years, Randy Dudenbostel.



Following the Service Awards, the 2023 retirees were recognized for their years of services as well. Those honored, included: Julie Riggins – 5 years, Janet Bargman – 45 years, Dr. Stephen Platt – 46 years, and Marilyn Duensing – 50 years.


2023 Retirees: Janet Bargman, Dr. Stephen Platt, Marilyn Duensing, and Brett Bollmann, CEO
2023 Retirees: Janet Bargman, Dr. Stephen Platt, Marilyn Duensing, and Brett Bollmann, CEO

Torrie Davitz and Dr. James Kirkpatrick
Torrie Davitz and Dr. James Kirkpatrick

The 2023 Israel D. Newmark Memorial Award winner was also announced. This year’s winner, Torrie Davtiz, was presented with a plaque by Chief of Staff, Dr. James Kirkpatrick. Davitz has worked at the Rural Health Clinics, where she is a Nurse Manager, for 12 years. Dr. Kirkpatrick read the following words from her coworkers, “This employee has contributed to the quality of Memorial Hospital in many ways. She is a wealth of knowledge and an immediate go-to resource for questions. When you ask for help from this employee you can be assured it will be taken care of. The providers think highly of her and put a lot of confidence in her, she is highly respected by all staff. The family culture that has been a part of the clinic for so many years continued due to the dedication and respect the clinic staff have for one another. Maintaining such a culture takes strong leadership and it is this kind of leadership that contributes to the quality of service our employees provide, and the quality of care our patients receive.” Davitz, had these words to say about her career at Memorial, “It is an honor to receive this award. I feel very blessed to be part of a team that goes above and beyond for each other and their patients.”




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