McLean Honors Longtime Employees

Craig Boettger and David Bordonaro
Craig Boettger and David Bordonaro

McLean President, David Bordonaro, honors 45 employees for their many years of outstanding service with a heartfelt presentation and celebration.

McLean President David Bordonaro recently presented over 45 McLean employees with Outstanding Service Awards during a ceremony honoring the group for their many years of exceptional service to the organization.

“It is your hard work, commitment and dedication to McLean every day that makes us the unique community that we are. Thank you for all that you do.”

Among those honored for their dedication was Craig Boettger, Director of Building and Environment Services. Boettger, who has been with McLean for 40 years, is a second-generation McLean employee.  His father held the position before him for 18 years. “McLean has been a special place for our family for two generations. I feel blessed to be part of such a welcoming and vibrant community,” Boettger said when asked about his tenure.

Among those honored for their many years of services include:

40 Years

Craig Boettger, Building and Environment Services

25 Years

Laurie Davis, Home Care Services

Megan Gill, Independent and Assisted Living

Terry Jacobson, Diving Services

20 Years

Lynn Leaver, Assisted Living and Adult Day Program

Jill Nevico, Rehabilitation Department

Elizabeth Pitt, Reception

Val Patrina, Home Care Services

15 Years

Maurice Daniels, Nursing Department

Jeanne Pleasant, Nursing Department

Robin Rheaume, Home Care Services

Bill Lyon, Village Building Services

Tina Usher, Independent Living

Keith Woerlen, Village Dining Services

Hope Wilcox, Dining Services

Mercidita Bianzon, Dining Services

Beatrice Ober, Reception

Carmen Va’zquez, Environment Services



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