Oswego Health Recognizes Its Volunteers and Auxilians

OSWEGO, NY – Oswego Health recognized its many volunteers and members of the Auxiliary for the donation of their time and talents to the health system during a luncheon held during National Volunteer Week.

There are more than 100 volunteers and Auxilians who devote their time helping to ensure that exceptional healthcare is available locally.

Volunteers and Auxilians cited
Volunteers and Auxilians cited

At the luncheon, the volunteers were given a small gift in appreciation for their service.

Guest speaker was Karen Ferguson, Oswego Health’s Foundation director.

The volunteers who have donated the most hours were also honored.

Seated from left are Orlando Testi, who has volunteered for 625 hours along with Emma Corradino, the health system’s longest serving volunteer, with 29 years of service.

Standing are Karen Ferguson, guest speaker; Sarah Weigelt, Oswego Health director of volunteers and auxilians; and Maurice “Mo” Laws, who volunteered 1,661 hours.

Missing is Don Wilcox, who has volunteered 810 hours of his time at the Fulton Medical Center.

Residents interested in volunteering at Oswego Health, can call Weigelt at 349-5788.