Healthcare & Essential Worker Highlight
Here in Clinton County, we're lucky to know many wonderful essential and healthcare workers! Here are just a few of the people who've inspired us during the COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you all!
Here is a snapshot of some of the Healthcare Heroes working at the Plattsburg Medical Clinic!
Pictured left to right:
Renee Bickford, Sheila Feekes, Robin Murphy, Lisa Howard, Shelly Lorenz, Christine Wade, Dr Jane Anne Daffron,
Missing: Kathy Herzberg, Pam Parker, Cheryl Bloomer, and Dr Mac Turley
Thank you to all the cashiers at Larry's One and Two Stop in Plattsburg!
They can see as many as 500 customers just in one shift! A lot have pulled doubles, worked extra hours and even worked alone during this pandemic. Y'all are very much appreciated!
(Top row - L to R) Bill, Karen and Ashley, (Middle row - L to R) Jessie, Amanda and Eric. (Bottom row - L to R) Miranda, Mariah and Michelle. Not pictured are Skylar, Nancy, Cody and Autumn.
"I'd like to shout out to my husband, Patrick O'Connor. He's been an EMT at Tri County Ambulance for twelve years and at Cameron Ambulance for a short time last year. He's been a Driver Engineer/Firefighter in St. Joseph for 22 years. He also teaches EMT courses at UMKC. Thank you." - Suzy O'Connor
Shout out to Carlos Quezada and Liliana Quezada. Carlos is the Social Service Director, CMT and CNA at Oakridge of Plattsburg. Liliana is a CNA at Oakridge also. Thank you for taking care of the elderly citizens in our Plattsburg community.
"I'd like to give a shoutout to my baby sister, Ashlyn Troyer. She works as a CNA for for an assisted living facility in Kansas and has inspired me every single day of quarantine. The love and care that she has given her residents, especially during this time, warms my heart and I am so incredibly proud of her. Thank you, Ash!" - Cassidy Troyer
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