Each year United Methodist Homes provides a “Values in Action” award in recognition of employees who have demonstrated extraordinary behavior that exemplifies the organization’s core values of Respect, Spirituality, Excellence, Collaboration, and Stewardship. All employees are eligible to be nominated or to nominate any of their team members.

Staff are encouraged to nominate their co-workers who demonstrate any or all of the UMH core values. One individual from each of our communities is chosen to receive the award, which is presented at our annual Employee Recognition Celebration dinner in October. Award winners are recognized with a monetary award and a trophy and praised by their supervisors for their outstanding character and service. Congratulations to our 2013 winners!

Our Values in Action Award is presented to a staff member who exemplifies the following criteria:

Respect

We hold each individual in high esteem and treat all with dignity and respect.

Spirituality

We view each individual as a whole person and administer to spiritual concerns as well as physical needs.

Collaboration

We collaborate with staff, medical practitioners and community members in order to incorporate the creativity of all.

Stewardship

We are responsible for preserving those who have come before us and we are responsible to those who will come after us.

Excellence

We improve quality by empowering our associates to continually improve our outcomes of service. We encourage innovation by seeking, listening and responding to new ideas.


Bishop Wicke Award Winner:

Angel Randall

Angel was nominated for our Values in Action Award by staff members from every discipline at Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center. She is respectful, gentle, understanding, and helpful in every way that she works with our residents.  
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Foxbridge Award Winner:

Barbara Vinson

Barbara Vinson is the 3-11 Supervisor at Foxbridge and has been with the community since May 2000.  She received multiple nominations from her peers, stating that she is: “An outstanding worker and co-worker, always professional and willing to help others.”
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Middlewoods of Newington Award Winner:

Joshua Andrews

Josh began working in the dietary department in 2004 when he was just 16. Through the years, he has consistently shown a caring and respectful approach to our Residents and staff.  
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Crosby Commons Award Winner:

Dorothy Anschau

Dorothy is always willing to step in and help cover staffing needs, often at a moment’s notice. She has been a wonderful support to our team in snowstorms and other weather related staffing issues.
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Middlewoods of Farmington Award Winner:

Anna Wieglus

Anna has been a member of our Middlewoods of Farmington staff for over seven years! She has adjusted her hours and shifts to fit the needs of our residents and is always pleasant, cheerful, respectful, and calm with everyone that she works with.
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Wesley Heights Award Winner:

Clifford Holcomb

Clifford is a true gentleman and rightly deserves our Values in Action award! He makes the residents feel comfortable and at ease each time he takes them out for a drive, either to a doctor’s appointment, a shopping trip, or a lunch outing.  
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