MCCC celebrates employees’ dedicated service


By Andrea Saddler - asaddler@civitasmedia.com



MCCC President/CEO Mots Bishnoi and Everette Patton celebrated Patton’s 35 years of service at MCCC. Pattion is Building and Purchasing Manager of the Lane House.


PRESTONSBURG – Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, the largest employer in Floyd County, appreciates the hard work and dedication of its employees. MCCC celebrated with its seventh annual employee recognition luncheon on Wednesday.

“We appreciate all of our employees and we value their service and dedication to the field they are serving in,” said MCCC President/CEO Mots Bishnoi. “Today we are honoring case managers, psychologist, and administration employees. MCCC is a true team working together to service the people in our community.”

A total of 18 employees – Naomi Adkins, Mary Allen, Stacy McKenzie-Baca, Susan Collins, Karla Dean, Brenda Hall, Heather Hall, Jessica Hamilton, Orie Jackson, Robin Lewis, Melissa McCoy, Priscilla Meade, Tommy Oney, Manmohan Pothuloori, Pratap Pothuloori, Richard Price, Ginger Scott and Tiffany Sullivan – were recognized for five years of dedicated service.

Five employees, Elizabeth Burchett, Kathy Goble, Willa Hall, Myra Hurd, and Morris Smith were recognized for 10 years of dedicated service.

Employees Billy Cure, Melissa Dawson, James Dumas, Regina Gearheart, Janette Hayden and Aimee Salyer were recognized for 15 years of dedicated service.

One employee, Barbara Marshall, was recognized for 20 years of dedicated service.

Donna Dyer, Angela Lane, Cammie Lawson and Jerry Little were all recognized for 25 years of dedicated service.

Two employees were recognized for having over 30 years of dedicated service. Herbert Spears has worked 30 years and was recognized. Everette Patton was recognized for 35 years of dedicated service.

“Working together at MCCC I feel we are making a difference in the lives of our clients. Everyone’s job is important because we function as a team,” said Patton.

Mountain Comprehensive Care is working to make a difference in the lives of their clients. Dedicated and educated employees care for their clients. In May, MCCC will celebrate 50 years of serving the people of Eastern Kentucky.

MCCC President/CEO Mots Bishnoi and Everette Patton celebrated Patton’s 35 years of service at MCCC. Pattion is Building and Purchasing Manager of the Lane House.
http://floydcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_mccc.jpgMCCC President/CEO Mots Bishnoi and Everette Patton celebrated Patton’s 35 years of service at MCCC. Pattion is Building and Purchasing Manager of the Lane House.

By Andrea Saddler

asaddler@civitasmedia.com

Andrea Saddler is a reporter for The Floyd County Times. She can be reached at (606) 886-8506.

Andrea Saddler is a reporter for The Floyd County Times. She can be reached at (606) 886-8506.

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