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Standlea named VCHS Employee of the Quarter


ORD, Neb. – Wayne Standlea has been named the Valley County Health System (VCHS) Employee of the Quarter. Standlea, an Environmental Services Assistant, was nominated by a coworker for demonstrating the VCHS values of integrity, compassion, ownership, respect and trust. VCHS CEO Nancy Glaubke presented the award to Standlea during a reception with coworkers and family on Oct. 15 at VCHS.

Standlea’s nomination read:

“Integrity – I know that when he is cleaning our area he is going to do a great job every time. 

Compassion – He is always polite, caring and kind to every patient as well as fellow co-workers. 

Ownership – Wayne is a hard worker.  He will spot a cobweb right away.  If he is talking he is still busy cleaning.  If he is working the weekend, he will put a positive spin on why it is fine working the weekend.  I always appreciate his positive attitude and the smile on his face. 

Respect – He respects everyone that he encounters.  He respects the VCHS property and makes sure it is well taken care of.

Trust – We trust he will get the job done and he is a dependable employee. 

Thank you, Wayne, for keeping our building spotless.  It is always great to work with someone with a shining personality like yours!”

With this recognition, Standlea will also be considered for the VCHS Employee of the Year award for fiscal year 2018-2019.

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Pictured: VCHS Employee of the Quarter Wayne Standlea (center) with family members and VCHS CEO, Nancy Glaubke during the recognition announcement on Oct. 15