Clovernook Center honors employees and volunteers
June 13, 2012 – Cincinnati, OH – Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a not-for-profit organization in North College Hill, took time out during the month of May to host two important banquets honoring volunteers and employees at Clovernook Country Club. Both banquets, in the form of luncheons, honored all of Clovernook Center’s employees and volunteers for their hard work and dedication to Clovernook Center’s mission. Employees and volunteers were treated to lunch and a program in which various awards were presented along with recognition for years of service to the organization. The following volunteers were award recipients: Ilona Ormsby, a volunteer copyholder, received the “Most Donated Hours” award for donating 352 hours from May 2011 to April 2012; Pat Poire was recognized for her 46 years with Clovernook Center and her retirement from volunteer service and Richard S. Kerstine, M.D. received the Helen G. Levine Award for his outstanding volunteer service as Clovernook Center’s satellite low vision clinic doctor. The following employees received awards: Kyle Wynk, human resources coordinator – winner of the accessibility vote for submitting the best suggestion for accessibility enhancement; Karen Schoenharl, youth services coordinator – Samuel Benedict award to recognize her outstanding and extraordinary performance; Larry Klug, technology specialist – Elmer Carey award for exhibiting characteristics such as honesty, integrity and a strong work ethic; Ann Pilewski, transition coordinator and VRP3 manager at the Ohio State School for the Blind – the Founders award for her consistent commitment to improving the quality of life for people who are visually impaired; Kim McEachirn, proofreader - – Peter J. Salmon Direct Labor Employee of the Year for his consistent and outstanding service to Clovernook Center. Clovernook’s CEO, Robin Usalis stated, “It was an honor to present so many awards to individuals whose dedication to Clovernook’s mission has been an inspiration to all. I am extremely grateful for Clovernook Center’s employees and volunteers whose commitment enables us to continue serving more people who are blind or visually impaired. ”
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