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Clovernook Center honors employees, names Blind Employee of the Year

May 31, 2013 – Cincinnati, OH – Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a not-for-profit organization in North College Hill, hosted its annual employee awards banquet at Clovernook Country Club on May 24, 2013. The luncheon honored all employees for their hard work and dedication to Clovernook Center’s mission. Employees were treated to lunch and a program during which various awards were presented, along with recognition for years of service to the organization. The following employees were award recipients: Dr. Eric Smith, Optometrist– Founders Award for his consistent commitment to improving the quality of life for people who are visually impaired; Carol Friedman, Social Worker– Elmer Carey Award for exhibiting characteristics such as honesty, integrity and a strong work ethic; Kyle Key, Post-translation Transcription Supervisor– Samuel Benedict Award to recognize his outstanding and extraordinary performance; Jack Atkinson, Shipping and Bindery Associate– Milton J. Samuelson Award for demonstrating career advancement and upward mobility; David Justice, Material Handler– Peter J. Salmon/Blind Employee of the Year Award for his exceptional dedication, enthusiasm and hard work. Clovernook Center also recognized employees for their valued years of dedication. With over 240 years of accumulated service, these milestone award winners were: • Five years: Monique Hall, Jerry Bardua, Kyle Wynk, Jo Morell and Michael Lunsford • 10 years: Sissy Lincoln, Lenee Williams, Pam Timme, Larry Klug and Ken Lackman • 15 years: Ann Harrison, Joy Freshley, David Grimes and Chuck Geiger • 20 years: Jackie Conner • 25 years: Greg Matheney and Jim Keller • 35 years: Karren Besley “It was a pleasure to present these awards to our valuable and dedicated employees,” said Robin Usalis, president/CEO. “Each award recipient exemplifies our mission uniquely. I am extremely honored to lead an organization with so many talented people, and also those who have dedicated such long careers to helping people with visual impairments.”

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