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Celebrate health care workers

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 1:15 a.m. CST

With Labor Day just past, I’d like to thank the staff at Coventry Village for the often under-appreciated work they do in Sterling.

The nurses, aides, housekeeping, dietary and other staff at nursing facilities spend their days caring for the most vulnerable members of our community. Their job is not glamorous, and is often physically and emotionally demanding.  

Labor Day was originally created to recognize the social and economic contributions of workers. The social contribution of staff at Coventry Village can’t be denied. They work hard with dedication and compassion to the residents they serve. Their professionalism and care help families live with the challenges of an ill loved one, and helps keep our community a safer place to age.

Passages Hospice is proud to call the staff at Coventry of Sterling our partners in care, and encourages others to recognize their work during this Labor Day season.

Note to readers: Stacy Barclay is the public relations specialist.

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