Warm Hearth Village residents honor employees

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Brad Dalton, President & CEO of Warm Hearth Village was presented a plaque in recognition for the staff’s leadership, protection and response to the pandemic. (Image courtesy of Warm Hearth Village).

BLACKSBURG, Va. (WFXR) – Residents of the Founders Forest independent living community at Warm Hearth Village recently took time to thank employees for their leadership, protection and response to the challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the March meeting of the Founders Forest Resident Council, the President and CEO, Brad Dalton, was presented with a special certificate.

“The certificate enumerates several general examples of actions for which we are especially thankful. But space limitations make it impossible to cite everything. Saying ‘thank you’ seems woefully inadequate. I was especially struck by (a) the early recognition of the pandemic’s seriousness and the timely preparations and protocols; (b) recognizing and addressing special resident needs such as shopping, activities, new ways to communicate and medical issues; (c) managing the vaccination process for all the village to have had access to vaccinations and (d) the successful, transparent and timely communications.”

Les Myers, President of the Founders Forest Resident Council

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