A Culture of Caring based on “Doing the Right Thing” Theme of Welch Senior Living Awards Dinner

During the annual Welch Senior Living Awards Dinner celebrating long-term staff, Principal Paul T. Casale, made special mention of the culture of caring the company fosters, saying it all boils down to “Doing the right thing.” He congratulated and thanked employees for their dedication, high standards, and length of service during the holiday-themed event, held this year at The Villa at Ridder Country Club. The awards dinner is an opportunity to recognize the nurses, social workers, certified nursing assistants, activities professionals, housekeepers, maintenance staff, and many others whose roles are critical to the happiness, health, and well-being of residents.

Caitlin Sullivan, business office director, is among the most tenured staff members at Village at Proprietors Green. She was honored for 20 years of service with Welch Senior Living.  Another of the evening highlights is the selection of the Employee of the Year. Chosen from a pool of employees who have received Employee of the Quarter honors, the award this year went to Amanda Korona, resident assistant at Village at Proprietors Green.

Paul T. Casale, principal of Welch Senior Living, presented Amanda Korona, a resident assistant at Village at Proprietors Green, with Employee of the Year honors. She received $1,500.
Colleen Ferguson, executive director, Village at Proprietors Green, presents the 20-year award for service to Caitlin Sullivan, business office director for the community.
The holiday-themed Staff Recognition Dinner is a time-honored Welch Senior Living tradition.