Employees and others were recently honored by SAGE Eldercare for service to the community.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
Monday, July 16, 2012
By Sage Eldercare SAGE Eldercare employees were honored for varying years of service. Nana Acheampomaa, Karen Corson, Beverly Evans, Marie Francois, Angelita Garcia, Maria Godek, Dawn Knill, Roxanne Sanchez and Oxane St Louis were all recognized for five years of service at SAGE Eldercare. Two people, Phyllis England Cardone and Helen Laryea, were recognized for fifteen years of service, Adlyn McAnuff was recognized for 20 years of service, and Mary Ann Maher was recognized for 25 years of service to the organization. SAGE Eldercare supports the independence, well-being and quality of life of older adults, their families and caregivers, through the provision of client-centered health, social and support services. Founded in 1954, SAGE …
Officers twice saved lives performing CPR, and foiled a credit card skimming plot at a local gas station.
The Essex County Police Benevolent Association has honored several Millburn police officers for their good police work in foiling a major fraud scheme and for saving lives of two people in cardiac arrest. In the two life-saving cases, police resusitated people who were in cardiac arrest, giving them CPR and shocking them with a defibulator - one at Joe's American Bar & Grill at The Mall at Short Hills and one at ShopRite in Millburn. In both cases, they were credited with saving the lives of those they assisted. In addition, four police officers were honored for their work in arresting two Russian immigrants who were installing a credit card skimmer at the Sunoco station in Millburn. The arrest kept untold numbers of people from having …