Holy Redeemer Hospital in Huntingdon Valley recently held its annual employee scholarship award ceremony and luncheon to recognize the following outstanding full- and part-time employees and volunteers seeking to further their education.

Recipients were required to complete an application, which considered past educational accomplishments as well as future educational and professional goals, demonstrated financial need, and their personal commitment to their community and the mission of the Sisters of the Holy Redeemer.

The following employee received the Marion C. Borss Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. It is awarded to selected, active Holy Redeemer volunteers. The Holy Redeemer Hospital Auxiliary established the fund to provide scholarship grants to those who wish to pursue or further their education in any health or applied sciences degree or certification program.

  • Melin C. Kanasseril, of Lower Moreland, volunteer.

The following employees received the Margaret Helen Dudley Scholarship of $7,500 each. The fund was established by the estate of Ester Dudley to provide scholarship grants to candidates in the field of nursing and in general to foster nursing education in the healthcare field.

  • Rosemary Dolan of Philadelphia, Hostess, Holy Redeemer Lafayette Dining Room
  • Paullita Moore-Hall of Philadelphia, RN, Holy Redeemer Hospital Inpatient Hospice Unit
  • Kristina Small of Philadelphia, RN, Holy Redeemer Hospital Intensive Care Unit

The following employee received the John and Helen Gallagher Scholarship in the amount of $2,000. The Gallagher family established the fund to provide scholarship grants to candidates for the pursuit of studies in the field of nursing.

  • Eileen M. Zebrowski of Delran, N.J., Evening Shift Supervisor, Holy Redeemer Lafayette Skilled Nursing Unit,

The following employee received the Catherine A. and Edward A. Watson Scholarship in the amount of $3,000. Holy Redeemer Health System established the fund upon receipt of an endowment gift from Anne V. Ballinger and Edward J. Watson to honor their parents, Catherine A. and Edward A. Watson, to provide scholarship grants to candidates for the pursuit of studies in the field of nursing.

  • Tracy A. Miller of Fairless Hills, RN, Holy Redeemer St. Joseph Manor Skilled Nursing Unit

Information and photo courtesy of Rachael Ortwein/Holy Redeemer Health System

 

 

 

 

 

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