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Riverstreet Manor staff, residents raise money for Susan G. Komen Foundation


February 19. 2013 7:00PM
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Staff and residents of Riverstreet Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Genesis Healthcare, raised money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation through weekly dress-down days held throughout the month of October. Some of the participants, from left, first row: Marina Clark, registered nurse; Beverly Singer, resident council secretary; Arthur Spittel; Margaret Hockenbury, resident council president; and Courtney Rainey, physical therapist. Second row: Erin Barlow, admissions director; Lorraine Symons, assistant physical therapist; Karmela Conte, occupational therapist; Ann McFarland, registered nurse; Melanie Bowers, director of nursing; Deb Toloczko, activity assistant; Lori Murray-Steeves, business office manager; Sharon McDaniels, accounts payable manager; Dolores McGeehan, director of social services; and Rachel Moyer, medical records manager. Third row: Joseph Krulick, recreation director; Joe Steranko, administrative manager; and Keith Moore, central supply manager.




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