Louise LaBombard receives Ed Eaton Make a Difference Award

Franklin County Home Health Agency Honors Volunteers at Annual Recognition Event

St. Albans, VT (December 2, 2019) – At their 2019 Volunteer Recognition event, Franklin County Home Health Agency thanked all volunteers for their work caring for hospice clients and their families, as well as providing valuable administrative work for the program.

Louise LaBombard of St. Albans was awarded the Ed Eaton Make a Difference Award in recognition of her contributions to the Agency. This award, named in memory of long-time volunteer and former board member Ed Eaton, is given to an Agency volunteer whose work makes a difference in our Agency and community. Louise makes an incredible impact on the patients and families she serves.

Hospice volunteers were also recognized for their service at our recent Volunteer Recognition event. Congratulations to the following volunteers for their service milestones:

One Year of Service

•             Jan Ketchum

•             Melody Martin

•             Lynn Marie Villareal

•             Barb Vanzo

100 Hours

•             Mandy Guilmette

•             Patty Rainville

•             Lynn Marie Villareal

200 Hours

•             Joanne Blodgett

300 Hours

•             Sara Davis

•             Joanne Johnston

•             Libby Norris

400 Hours

•             Alicia Guilford

•             Ellen Holmes Henry

500 Hours

•             Paul Hatch

•             Louise LaBombard

600 Hours

•             Hank Lambert

1,300 Hours

•             Linda Tracy

Volunteers with Ten Years of Service

•             Hank Lambert

Hospice volunteers receive an initial 10-session training and ongoing in-service training to prepare them for their work with families at the end of life. The next volunteer training will begin on March 18, 2020. For more information about becoming a volunteer, contact Liza Comiskey at 393-6721.