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Saturday, October 28, 2017

中華頤養院表揚18名資深員工

South Cove Manor Celebrates Long Service Employees


South Cove Manor at Quincy Point, a rehabilitation and skilled nursing care community, held its annual staff celebration recently, and recognized employees with many years of service.

In remarks to the over 100 employees in attendance, South Cove Manor Board Chairman Richard Liu (雷偉志) commented that “South Cove Manor’s long-term dedicated staff are the core of the organization and are integral to our ability to provide exceptional care for our wonderful residents.  We are grateful for the many contributions these staff members make to South Cove and to our community over many years.” 

Wan Wen Chen Qiu (陳婉文), Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A) and Siu Ping Wong(王小屏), Food Services Assistant, were honored for 30 years of service at South Cove.  Oi Li Wan Li(李愛麗), Chef, and Mi Ha Li(李美霞), C.N.A. were honored for 25 years of service.  Qing Nu Yang(楊卿女) and Zerui Yang(楊澤瑞), both C.N.A.s, were honored for 20 years of service.

Other staff recognized were:  Mei Hao Li (利美好)(15 years), Tammy Chen(陳美如), Ai Chan Chen(陳愛嬋), Liu Huan Huang(黃柳環), Yaowen Luo(羅耀雯), Yingzhong Xue(薛英仲) (10 years) and Xue Zhen Mei(梅雪珍), Ruimin Chen(陳銳敏), Yan Zhu Liu(劉艷朱), Shinja Choi(催信子), Sau Lai Cho(曹秀麗), and Jing Nian Chen(陳晶年) (5 years).

The annual dinner was held at Cathay Pacific in Quincy, and sponsored in part by the Wah Jin Fund, established by Bill and Josephine Chin.  All long service employees were presented with special gifts.


Founded in 1985, South Cove Manor moved in 2014 to an expanded, new state-of-the-art building at 288 Washington Street in Quincy.  The new campus significantly expanded South Cove’s rehabilitation capacity, and created a series of small resident communities for elders.  

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