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Deddington Care Home Bids Farewell To Long-Serving Staff

Featherton House care home in Deddington is saying a fond farewell to two dedicated and hard-working members of its team after more than 25 years of service.

Sue King is retiring after an impressive sixteen years as housekeeper, while Jennifer Ward, activities coordinator, is also preparing to hang up her uniform after nine years of providing entertainment and happiness to residents at the home.

Agi Rygala, interim manager of Featherton House, was keen to thank Sue and Jennifer for their hard work and loyalty over the years, before wishing them both well on their retirements. She said: “I would like to say a huge thank you to both Sue and Jennifer for the loyalty and passion they have shown during their time at Featherton House.”

“They have both given years of service, are dedicated to the home and would happily go above and beyond the call of duty to help ensure the comfort and safety of our residents. Everyone at the home will miss them and wishes them the very best for the future.”

Ilze Careless, regional manager for Healthcare Management Solutions, which manages Wren Retirement Living homes, added her tribute to the staff members ahead of their upcoming retirements. She said: “Sue and Jennifer are shining examples of the dedication and commitment shown at Featherton House day in, day out. On behalf of everyone here at Healthcare Management Solutions, I would like to wish them a very happy retirement.”

Featherton House care home is part of Wren Retirement Living and is currently managed by Healthcare Management Solutions it is rated “Good” by the Care Quality Commission with “Outstanding” care.





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