Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), the non-profit agency proudly serving older adults and individuals with disabilities throughout greater Plymouth County and surrounding communities, recognized 10 employees for their years of service in a ceremony held at OCES’ Brockton office.
During their annual staff meeting, OCES held an “All Staff Recognition Presentation” in appreciation of their employees’ hard work and commitment. Nicole Long, CEO of OCES, thanked all staff and presented several staff with award certificates honoring their years of dedicated service. Staff recognized were: Valerie Winters, Frances Cruise, Miriam Monteiro, Guerdy Seddoh and Zachary Walton for 10 years of service; Juanita Timson-Brown for 15 years of service; Richard Alvarnaz, Edna Gordon for 20 years of service; and Glenda DeVincentis and Lorry Wanat for 30 years of service.
“It’s a great pleasure to recognize our staff members for their unwavering dedication to our organization and in serving the community at large for many years,” said Long. “We appreciate the efforts of all of our employees as their contributions and commitment to our mission help us serve older adults, individuals with disabilities, their families and caregivers in 23 communities in Southeastern Massachusetts.”
Founded in 1974, OCES proudly serves greater Plymouth County and surrounding communities. OCES is a private, non-profit organization headquartered in Brockton with a second office in Plymouth. OCES is designated as one of 25 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. OCES’ mission is to support the independence and dignity of older adults and individuals with disabilities by providing essential information and services that promote healthy and safe living. The agency offers a number of programs to serve older adults, individuals with disabilities, their families and caregivers. For more information call 508-584-1561 or visit www.ocesma.org.