(BREESE, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese recently held colleague celebration events during Hospital Week, honoring the service of all St. Joseph’s colleagues or Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) and Southern Illinois Division (SID) colleagues located in Breese. Fifty colleagues received service awards in recognition of their years of dedicated service for every five years of service to St. Joseph’s, from 5 to 45 years. 
The service awardees were honored during a special program at the hospital during Hospital Week. The following St. Joseph’s and HSHS colleagues received awards for their service to the hospital:
 45 Years
Mary Schomaker
Shirley Spaeth

40 Years
Kathleen Endres

35 Years
Jan Hustedde
Geralyn Kruep

30 Years
Martha Giller
Francie Voss


 25 Years
Douglas Wilhelm

 20 Years
Steven Bergan
Janice Gebke
Teresa Haake
Cindy Halluin
Lisa Herrell
Sharon Loddeke
Marsha Martin
Diann White

15 Years
Jene Biere
Kurtis Chapman
Micki Mashing
Stephen Morris
Tasha Vohlken


10 Years
Cathy Bostick
Mary Hemker
Karen Kruep
Rita Ledington
Yolanda Mumford
Shelley Thole
Jamie Wagner


5 Years
Ashley Aber
Lisa Brave
Sonia Budde
Dr. Alberto Butalid
Larissa Chapman
Jennifer Felchlia
Dr. Arnel Garcia
Dawn Gebke
Samantha Hempen
Jenae Hilbert
Sloane Hogg
Bradley Korte
Debra Kruger
Dr. Douglas Kuhl
James Lampe
Joseph Lewis
Chelsea Ripperda
Marlyn Sronce
Joel Tucker
Angela Voss
Meaghan Weedon
Amy Wylder
St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese thanks all hospital colleagues for their dedicated service to the hospital.

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