Volunteer Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award
May 20, 2010
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Volunteer Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award
Hudson, FL Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has announced that Trudy Domann was the proud recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. The award comes from the office of the President of the United States. It was instituted to acknowledge the outstanding achievements of volunteers and volunteering throughout the nation. The recipient receives the Presidents Call to Service Award Certificate, a letter of congratulations from President Obama, and a beautiful pen commemorating this event. In order to receive this award an individual must have volunteered for a minimum of 15 years and have logged in over 7,500 hours of service.
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Points recipient, Trudy Domann, began volunteering at the hospital on December 15, 1994, and has logged in 8,874 actual hours of service. Ms. Domann currently volunteers in Fiscal Services and is a Courier Team Leader. In addition she helps out throughout the hospital wherever she is called upon. Trudy has also volunteered to help with many special projects. She is respected and admired by her peers, the staff and everyone who meets her.
Photo 027 Left to right: Steve Rector, CEO; Trudy Domann, Presidential Award Winner; Marianne Vigilis, Manager of Volunteer Services and George Niebler, President of the RMCBP Volunteer Organization
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