RAHWAY – Anne Nelson of Rahway was celebrated for serving 15,000 volunteer hours at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway.
Nelson, a retired accountant, has been donating her time and talent to the hospital since 1986. She also volunteers at Rutgers University. Her services to the hospital include help in the Emergency Center, as well as serving as a hospital ambassador on weekends, helping family members find their way around the hospital.
During a celebration of hospital volunteers, the hospital honored Nelson and several longtime volunteers. Joseph Rotondo and Art Shmukler, both of Rahway, were honored for serving 10,000 hours. Arthur Klose of Linden, John Simonini of Cranford, John Surma of Rahway and Anne Werson of Linden were all honored for 5,000 hours of service.
Seated left: Hank Goldberger, manager of volunteer services; Anne Werson of Linden; Anne Nelson of Rahway. Standing left to right: Kathryn Tarantino, vice president human resources; John Simonini, Cranford; Joseph Rotondo, Rahway; Arthur Klose, Linden; John Surma, Rahway; Arthur Shmukler, Rahway, and hospital CEO and president Kirk Tice.
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