Ten Aspen Valley Hospital workers receive service award
Aspen Valley Hospital is pleased to announce its Distinguished Service Foundation award winners: Randy Eis, paramedic; Rulbe Alvarado, dietary department; Jeff Wold, cardiopulmonary department; Ed Dubord, surgery department; Jean Cornish, patient care unit; Judy Botinovoc, lead lab assistant; Maria Casas, lead person, environmental services; Paula Hebbard, emergency room nurse; Leon Green, mechanic in engineering department; and Terry Larson, nurse educator in the patient care unit.
The Distinguished Service Foundation was established in 2000 by Aspen developer Dick Butera to honor and reward area teachers and health-care workers for excellence, integrity and commitment to their field.
Butera established the fund in order to help support the people who dedicate their lives to these two pursuits that are so critical to the long-term viability of the greater Aspen community.
The foundation also plans to make an outright donation of $500,000 to the Aspen Valley Medical Foundation.
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