The BEINHAUER CAREGIVER EXCELLENCE AWARD for December was presented on January 27 to Amanda Olson, Volunteer Manager at VITAS Healthcare and Hospice. Amanda was the hospice worker who impressed her colleagues the most by going above and beyond in her duties last year December!
Among many other tasks, Amanda has been making sure that proper clothing and the ever-adorable Memory Bears have been making their way into the right hands. The Beinhauer Caregiver Excellence Award consists of a $50 gift card and a certificate, along with an entry into the drawing for the Caregiver Excellence Award of the Year. Amanda was presented her award by Katie Brandt, Beinhauer’s Community Outreach Director.
Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes & Cremation were featured on Washington County Chamber of Commerce’s Member Minute!
The BEINHAUER CAREGIVER EXCELLENCE AWARD for November was presented on December 21st to Mary Eichner, a Registered Nurse at Seven Oaks Hospice Care.
We actually received several nominations of caregivers at Seven Oaks HospiceCare who had gone above and beyond in their duties last month!
Even though they each were deserving of recognition, Mary stood out as “one of a kind.” Her selfless dedication to her patients has been apparent both to the families she has been working with, and to the colleagues who saw her in action.
The Beinhauer Caregiver Excellence Award consists of a gift card and a certificate, along with an entry into the drawing for the Caregiver Excellence Award of the Year.
Mary was presented her award by Katie Brandt, Beinhauer’s Community Outreach Director, at a staff meeting of Seven Oaks Hospice Care.
–All area hospices, as well as the families they serve, are encouraged to nominate an excellent caregiver for next month’s award!
It’s quick and easy to fill out a nomination form, and it’s free!
For a nomination form or for more information, please go to http://www.beinhauer.com/caregiver-excellence-award/, or email Katie Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stockings for Soldiers which were donated past the deadline for being mailed overseas were delivered to The Veterans’ Place, Pittsburgh.
The Beinhauer Family extends deep gratitude to all Post Offices in the area who helped to ship thousands of Stockings to soldiers overseas!
Thank you to all who participated in the Stockings for Soldiers project! We at Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes, Cremation and Cemetery Services are so proud of the participation and enthusiasm that our communities showed.
So many Stockings for Soldiers coming in, from so many different community members! How wonderful!!
This from a Bethel Park Zumba Program:
“Here are a few pics of our stocking group. Thank you for letting us be a part of this wonderful program. Happy Thanksgiving and I promise we will be back next year.”
– We are thanking all of YOU for getting involved in the Beinhauer Stockings for Soldiers Drive!
South Hills, you are amazing! Beinhauer elves have been keeping many of the surrounding post offices busy with Stockings for Soldiers, thanks to the community’s generosity!
All stockings that were dropped off by Dec 1 are being mailed to soldiers overseas… and all the soldiers receiving them are from the Pittsburgh area! Stockings dropped off after Dec 1 will be brought to needy veterans in Pittsburgh itself.