WINCHESTER – In all, 130 years of combined employee history was celebrated at Dundas Manor last week.

During an afternoon affair Fri., Sept. 27, 13 employees were toasted for their lengthy service to the village’s long-term care home.

Marking 35 years at the manor are PSW Heather Cronin, and housekeeper and laundry aide Debbie Strader.

Thirty-year honours went to Janet McGillivary and Tracey Kennedy, both PSWs, while PSW Heather Guy and activity director Jennifer Hill were feted for 25 years of service.

Twenty-year acknowledgement went to RPN Jennifer Davidson and PSW Karen Rossignol, and Josee Brault marked 15 years as a PSW at the manor.

Treated to five-year honours were Kerrie Charlebois (RAI co-ordinator), RPN Jennifer Janes, and PSWs Sharon Hayward and Susan Sweeney.


Long-term service honours were handed out at Dundas Manor Fri., Sept. 27. Among those totalling 130 years of combined employee history are Jennifer Davidson (left, along with her son, Jack), Debbie Strader, Heather Cronin, Josee Brault, Kerrie Charlebois, Janet McGillivary, and Jennifer Hill.

Strader received an embrace from manor CEO Cholly Boland after she received honours for 35 years of service to the long-term care home.

Manor administrator Susan Poirier (left) feted activity director Jennifer Hill for her 25 years of employment. Uhrig Photos