GGC Recognizes Employee Service

01.25.19
GGC Recognizes Employee Service

Greenwood, SC – At a January meeting of all five Greenwood Genetic Center offices, the Center’s administration and Board of Directors celebrated employees
who had reached a milestone anniversary with the organization during 2018.

“We are fortunate to have extraordinarily talented employees at the Greenwood Genetic Center, many of whom have been with us for decades,” shared Steve
Skinner, MD, GGC Director. “We could not carry out the mission and good work of GGC without their dedication to providing compassionate patient
care and commitment to staying on the forefront of genetic technologies.”

The following employees who reached a 5-year incremental anniversary were recognized:
  • 5 years: Brandi Buff (Greenwood), Sarah Crook (Columbia), Jane DeLuca, PhD (Greenville), Brittany Hennigan (Greenwood), Jenny Lee, PhD (Greenwood),
    EJ Prijoles, MD (Columbia), Elliot Stolerman, MD (Greenville), Marsha Waters (Greenwood)
  • 10 years: Neena Champaigne, MD (Greenwood)
  • 15 years: Monica Bready (Greenville), Lisa Crawford (Greenwood), Julie Jones, PhD (Greenville), Jennifer Stallworth, MS (Greenville)
  • 20 years: Mike Friez, PhD (Greenwood), Tonya Moss (Greenwood), Jennifer Sheppard (Greenwood)
  • 25 years: Katie Clarkson, MD (Columbia)
  • 30 years: Steve Skinner, MD (Greenwood), Kim Stewart (Greenwood)
  • 35 years: Curtis Rogers, MD (Greenville)
  • 40 years: Beth Christensen (Greenwood), Richard Schroer, MD (Charleston)
 
Photo Caption: L-R Back row: Jones, Christensen, Stewart, Skinner, Friez, Stolerman, DeLuca, Buff, Waters, and Stallworth Front row: Prijoles, Lee,
Champaigne, Rogers, Crawford, and Hennigan

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