Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Volunteer Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award
August 14, 2013
Hudson, FL – Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has announced that Regina Reimer was the proud recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. The award comes from the office of the President of theUnited States. It was instituted to acknowledge the outstanding achievements of volunteers and volunteering throughout the nation. The recipient receives the “President’s 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 Point’s recipient, Regina started volunteering over 17 years ago and has 7,685 hours of service. Jeannie volunteers Thursday and Saturday mornings at Welcome Center A. Jeannie has worked with many different volunteers at Welcome Center A over the years. She has always been dependable, caring and funny. Her dry sense of humor can really make you laugh. The letter sent by President Obama included a statement that fits Jeannie: “These are duties that we do not grudgingly accept, but rather seize gladly, firm in the knowledge that there is nothing so satisfying to the spirit than giving our all to a difficult task.” Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point thanks Jeannie for all her years of service to the hospital, patients, families and visitors and for her dedication and volunteer spirit.
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