Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), the nonprofit agency serving older adults and individuals with disabilities throughout greater Plymouth County and surrounding communities, recently announced staff member milestone longevity awards for fiscal year 2023.
In appreciation of their employees’ hard work and commitment, staff members from OCES’ Brockton and Plymouth offices received milestone longevity awards.
Nicole Long, CEO of OCES, presented the following staff with award certificates honoring their years of dedicated service: Maria Maynard, MSM was recognized for 20 years of service and Elizabeth Dos Santos, SCO/OCP Program Manager was recognized for 15 years of service.
Patricia Livie, Outreach/Education Specialist; Elizabeth Weiner, Housing Programs Manager; Eliza Chace, Home Care Program Supervisor; Deana Andrade, Behavioral Health Supervisor; and Benjamin Aaron Medd, Human Resource Specialist were recognized for 10 years of service.
Jessica Andrade, SCO Program Supervisor and Exant Louisne Jr, Accountant were recognized for six years of service.
Valerie Moore, AFC Advisor RN; Molly Draffone, HC CM; Dinamene Cardoso, GSSC; Christopher Haggerty, HC Transition Support Supervisor; Erin Meany, HC CM; Carla Veiga, Provider Billing Specialist; Cheryl Walker, Nutrition Program Specialist; Jeffrey Olivier, Supportive Housing Specialist; Christine Carpenter, PS Supervisor; Timothy Craig Smith Jr, System Support Supervisor; Rachael Ambroult, GSSC; Rachel Kennedy, HC Program Supervisor; Elida Teixeira, I&R Specialist; Marie Andre, GSSC; David Wilcox, MSM; Alyssa Cerri, GSSC; Eugenia Goncalves, GSSC; Luisa Depina, GSSC; Erin Dunlap, HC Program Supervisor; Mathew Mangano, I&R Specialist; Brenna Castillo, PS Specialist were recognized for five years of service.
“It’s a great pleasure to recognize our staff members for their unwavering dedication to our organization and in serving the community for many years,” said Long. “We appreciate the efforts of all our employees for their contributions and commitment to our mission.”
Through the talent of an experienced and diverse workforce, OCES supports the independence and dignity of older adults and individuals with disabilities by providing essential information and services that promote healthy, safe living which positively impacts our community.
For more information call 508-584-1561 or visit www.ocesma.org.