Judy Vincent, Bereavement and Volunteer Coordinator for Hospice Care of Middletown, was honored by Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio for dedication and commitment to providing the very best care and support for families and patients of hospice.
Vincent received Council on Aging’s Outstanding Service Provider Award at the organization’s annual meeting, March 14, at the Sharonville Convention Center.
Vincent is known by her colleagues for wearing many hats at Hospice Care of Middletown: Bereavement Coordinator, Social Worker, Wish for a Day Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator. No matter the role, she has made a tremendous impact by bringing meaning and joy to the lives of older adults.
“Judy is a role model and inspiration to the staff and volunteers of Hospice Care of Middletown,” said Keith Clements, President/CEO for Hospice Care of Middletown. “She is a high-energy individual and brings tremendous experience and insight to her position. Through her work, she seeks to recognize and honor the value of retired volunteers who donate countless hours of their time. As a result, Judy has the unique honor of being able to say she has more volunteers than patients!”