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SNAPZ: Patient People

 


Hats off to these nurses whose pictures were submitted for our “Patient People” feature — in honor of National Nurses’ Week, May 6-12.

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Lori of Boardman.

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Frank of Boardman.

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Jim of Boardman.

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Wayne, Amy and Andrea of Boardman.

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Melina and Cathy of Boardman.

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Laura and Tammy of Boardman.

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Carly, Adam and Linda of Boardman.

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Connie and Kaylee of Boardman.

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Paula, Carole and Amber of Boardman.

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Doug, Nicole and Jamie of Boardman.

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Collette and Paula of Boardman.

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Jeanne Cotters Monroe of Liberty Township submitted this picture of her favorite nurse, her daughter Alyssa, an oncology nurse at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Va. Alyssa is a 2006 graduate of Ursuline High School and a 2011 graduate of Marymount University in Arlington with her bachelor's in nursing. Jeanne says her daughter chose to become an oncology nurse after her father's death from lung cancer.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin, left, was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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This picture of Jeanette MacLennan Van Brocklin was published on the front page of The Vindicator's June 26, 1960, Rotogravure Section. It was part of a full-page package focusing on her as she performed her many duties as a nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association. The entire page was sent to us by her husband, Harry Van Brocklin. The couple live in Poland.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Olivia Buzzacco, a proud daughter, submitted this photo and these words: "These are my parents, Tony and Barb Buzzacco. They are both nurses, my dad has been a nurse for 27 years and my mom has been a nurse for 25 years. They have taken care of so many people throughout this time, whether it be family, friends, or patients alike. They are always willing to take care of anyone who may need it and they have certainly taken care of their four children. My dad currently works at Akron Children's Hospital in Boardman and my mom works at the Surgery Center of Canfield. I think they both deserve to be recognized as Patient People."

Published on May 3, 2013

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Tristess Patrick, left, Marie Turner and Brianna Carpenter are all nurses at Windsor House at Champion Estates Assisted Living in Warren. Not pictured are Nuri Reed and Sarah George. The photo was taken by Krista Reese, director at the facility, and submitted by Dan Rowland, director of marketing.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Gloria Sanchez sent in this photo of Cathy Rodomsky of Girard. Cathy has worked at St. Elizabeth Health Center for more than 25 years. Gloria writes, "Not only does she help patients with heart issues, she shares her heart with everyone. A 'patient nurse' is an understatement."

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Here are nursing students at Ohio Valley College of Technology in East Liverpool. Carla Douglass, director of nursing, says that all of her students are "Patient People!" The photo was taken and sent in by Jonathan Ream, the school's IT coordinator.

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Pamela Pallante, an RN from Boardman, "has touched many lives with her hard work and dedication" for more than 35 years, writes Mary Beth Dwulit, who submitted this photo.

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Here's a photo of Wendy Torr of Hubbard. It was sent in by her mother, Charlotte Torr, and neighbor Alexiss Villano for her birthday, which is May 5.

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Kelly Tkach contributed this photo of the nurses at Lee Surgery Center in Boardman. From left are Mandy, Diane, Renee, Crystal, Kelly, Colleen, Patty, Sylvia and Marie. Kelly writes that “it is a pleasure and an honor to work with such knowledgeable and compassionate nurses.”

Published on May 3, 2013

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Virginia Wepfer practiced as a home health-care nurse for several years, says Gordon Wepfer, who sent in this photo. Her last position was as director of staff development for a nationwide home health-care organization. Since retirement, she's been parish nurse at Warren First Presbyterian Church and Common Ground Church Community in North Lima.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Jennifer Lyszaz of Warren submits this photo and praise for Jude Signoriello of Girard, her program director at the Girard Multi-Generational Center and a licensed social worker and registered nurse: "She is the light at the end of the tunnel for most people she crosses paths with. She works a lot with the elderly and sticks to her motto, 'Move or Die.' It is her beaming personality that gets seniors to move and stay moving, and she cares so deeply about each and every one of them. Helping the less fortunate is her passion. I have been working with her for seven years, and the traits I have learned and picked up from her are ones that I admire deeply. She is definitely a one and only!"

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Alexis Rae Pryor, formerly Alexis Rae Blasko, is a registered nurse, having worked the last 10 years in the pediatrics oncology department at Healthpark Hospital in Fort Myers, Fla. Her mother, Stephanie Blasko of Fort Myers, says Alexis was born and raised in the Youngstown area and graduated from Austintown Fitch High School in 1998, after which they moved to Florida. "She is a dedicated and skilled nurse, who has touched so many lives with her kindness," Stephanie writes. "By choosing nursing as her profession, she is able to share those special attributes with the larger community."

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Paulette Kren of Girard, who sent in this photo, has this to say about someone special to her: "This is my sister, Diane Sproviero of Girard. She is the school nurse at Prospect Elementary/Prospect G.I.S. In my eyes, she truly is an 'angel with a stethoscope.' She cares very deeply for each and every student. Nursing is her passion. She's not only my sister whom I love very much but someone whom I deeply admire."

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Natalie Zwingler of Calcutta works in the NICU at Akron Children's Hospital in St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown. This photo was sent in by her sister-in-law, Alyson Zwingler of Columbiana, who writes that Natalie "is a very caring and compassionate nurse and aunt." In the photo, Natalie gives a nursing outfit to Alyson's daughter Payton, now 5, for Payton's 3rd birthday. Alyson says, "Payton wants to be just like Aunt Natalie when she grows up!"

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Ryan Kolenich submitted this photo of his girlfriend and favorite nurse, Terra Koontz of Youngstown. Terra works for HMHP St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown. Ryan writes that Terra "loves her job and always has a good story to tell. I often call her my 'Super Nurse' and tell her I'm a part of 'Team Nurse'."

Published on May 3, 2013

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"My daughter and thousands of nurses across this country are truly a special breed of people. I am so proud of her accomplishments at 27 years old. Ashley is an assistant nurse manager at University Hospitals Ñ Ahuja in Beechwood, Ohio." So writes Mickey Wolfe of his daughter Ashley Wolfe of Willoughby Hills, formerly of Struthers.

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Loren and Barbara Kindler of Hubbard sent in this photo of their daughter, Nicole Sample, an RN. "Nicole is loved and appreciated by her many patients and is a very dedicated nurse," they said.

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Lori Blinsky of Boardman is an RN at Youngstown Development Center in Mineral Ridge. In this photo, sent in by her mother, Maralyn Porter, Lori participates in the Boardman Relay for Life. "She is a breast cancer survivor, besides being a good nurse, great wife and mother to two sons," writes her proud mom.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Pam Carroll of New Middletown, a nurse in the surgery department at St. Elizabeth Health Center, has received Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year at St. E's. Granddaughter Grace Burchfield, also of New Middletown, submitted this photo.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Marian Trimble of Struthers writes this about her niece, Kimberly Pallante of Poland: "We are fortunate that Kimberly answered her call to be a nurse. With extraordinary love and compassion, she has served patients in this region for over 30 years. Kimberly treats everyone like one of the family, "on call" 24/7 for anyone in need. Just over one year ago, my husband, Frank, was seriously ill with pneumonia. With her usual expertise and grace, Kimberly continued to guide us through his recovery. Humble in attitude and strong in conviction, she has earned our gratitude and this recognition."

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"She went above and beyond the call of duty and always had a smile on her face when I knew she was exhausted ... has a heart of gold ... definitely an angel of mercy," are just some of the comments praising nurse Kim Welsh of McDonald. Welsh was supervisor to Myrtle Banks of Youngstown, who sent in this photo, and provided extra care and compassion when caring for Myrtle's husband, Robert.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Here are three sisters who all graduated from Trumbull Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Warren. Clockwise from front left are Sue Bishop Blake, an RN who works in the newborn nursery at Bayfront Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.; Gay Bishop Blackann, an RN in the outpatient department at TMH; Joy Bishop Bayless, RN, a retired medical/surgery nurse at Bayshore Hospital in Holmdel, N.J.; and their proud mother, Doris Bishop of Youngstown, who submitted this photo.

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Linda Yourst of Hubbard is "a Florence Nightingale," says her proud mother, Dorothy Braccolino of Youngstown, who sent in this photo. Linda has been a nurse at North Side Hospital for 36 years. She's pictured with her husband, Nick, a pharmacist at North Side Hospital for 36 years. Linda has helped her mother care for her husband, Ted, displaying dedicated patience, Dorothy says.

Published on May 3, 2013

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Maureen Cronin, executive director of the Midlothian Free Health Clinic in Youngstown, submitted this photo of "Dr. Albani's Angels." Under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Albani and other physicians, these women "work endless hours providing quality health care to the uninsured of the Youngstown area," she writes. The doctors and nurses volunteer their time. Pictured are, from left, head nurse Carol Beard, Jerri Smith, Kathleen Berry, Jean Slenker, Annette Carnie, Robin McCaulley, Sandra Reel, Amy Stanovcak, Anna Lynch and Virginia Petefish. All are RNs, except for Robin, a student LPN. Missing are Bridget Romeo, CNP; Majorie Betts, Marlene Carney, Debbie Hromyak, CNP; Tila Miller, Becky Tareshawty, Nellie Tucker, Carol Dumas and Jenna Cicchillo, CNP. All not identified as a CNP are RNs.

Published on May 3, 2013



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