(Highland, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland 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 Highland. Thirty-three colleagues received service awards in recognition of their years of dedicated 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
Jane Deiters

40 Years
Paul Missey
Mary Schrage

30 Years
Robyn Furry

25 Years
Lori Albert

20 Years
Lucille Henrichs
Jane Thole
Barbara Tuncil

15 Years
Sandra Robinson

10 Years
Leah Becker
Elizabeth Frohn
Ashley Hadowsky
Whitney Mendoza
Kimberly Smith
Mary Williams
5 Years
Nikki Bange
Jamie Derleth
Roberta Diaz
Adam Dickman
Payton Drury
Emily Duffin
James Gallatin
Jean Korte
Patrick Lesicko
Lauren Luebbers
Bobbie Melosi
Susan Meyers
Daniel Musenbrock
Tiffany Rittenhouse
Rebecca Schulze
Joseph Seger
Caitlin Sullivan
Stacy Zobrist
St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland thanks all hospital colleagues for their dedicated service to the hospital. 
Photo Caption: John Ludwig, President and CEO (left) and Teresa Cornelius, CNO (left) is pictured with service award colleagues celebrating 5 to 45 years of service. See the list above for those being honored by HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland for their years of service.

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