Published DateLACONIA — Lakes Region Community Services (LRCS) Executive Director, Christine Santaniello and board member Randy Perkins presented certificates of appreciation to long-term staff and Shared Family Living (SFL) providers at a special luncheon held to honor employees who hit longevity milestones of 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service to the agency.
Since 1975, LRCS a nonprofit, comprehensive family support agency has provided supports to individuals with developmental disabilities and/or acquired brain disorders and their families. A dynamic human services organization, LRCS offers other essential and critical services to individuals and families in the Lakes Region from birth throughout their lifespan.
"As our agency has grown and changed significantly over the years, these employees continue to be there for all those we serve. We are proud to have such dedicated employees and to honor their service," stated Christine Santaniello, Executive Director.
Long-term employees presented certificates of appreciation included:
10 Years: Denis Breton, Laconia; David Delisle, Concord; Jack Millicent, Laconia; Elaine Mooney, Laconia; Tylaine Guarriello, Gilford; Debra Jason, Gilford (SFL); Evelyn Camaione, Laconia (SFL); Sandra Tobine, Campton (SFL); Carrie Spooner, Gilford (SFL)
15 Years: Holly Styles, Laconia; Elizabeth King, Warren; Joseph Bartlett, Ashland; Mary Beshta, Bristol; Ethelyn Phillip, Northfield (SFL); Kelly Miller, Belmont (SFL); Donna Smith, New Hampton (SFL)
20 Years: Lisa Richardson, Moultonborough; Nancy Allen, Laconia; J. Flossie LeBlanc, Sanbornton (SFL); Fran McPhail, Northfield (SFL); John McAskill, Tilton
25 Years: Roberta Latulippe, Tilton; Trudy Liacos, Tilton (SFL)
30 Years: Liz Dolloff, Merrimack
LRCS long-term employees hold certificates of appreciation presented at a Longevity Luncheon on June 17 honoring their milestone years of service. (Courtesy photo)