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September 26, 2018

Renee Earl recognized By OCO Crisis And Development Services


FULTON, NY – For the past four years Renee Earl has had a positive impact on the youth that she serves.

As a staff member at Oswego County Opportunities’ Horizon House, a foster care group home for youth ages 13-17, Earl has worked with youth to teach them the skills they will need to live on their own, graduate from high school, and successfully transition into adulthood.

Earl was recognized as the Crisis and Development staff member of the month for her care and concern for the youth that she serves.

“Over the past holiday season, Renee above and beyond her responsibilities to ensure that youth at the Horizon House received gifts at Christmas time,” explained Eric Bresee, director of OCO’s Crisis and Development Services. “Her efforts were not overlooked by her fellow staff members as they nominated her for Crisis and Development Staff Member of the Month.  With the skilled, dedicated staff that we have at Horizon House as well as our other programs, it is never easy to choose just one staff member.  I was honored to recognize Renee as the December recipient of our Crisis and Development Staff Member of the Month.”

OCO, Inc is a private, non-profit agency that has been supporting communities throughout Oswego County since 1966.

A member agency of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, OCO provides more than 50 vital services throughout 80 separate locations.

For more information, visit www.oco.org

2 Responses “Renee Earl recognized By OCO Crisis And Development Services”

  1. Kelley Potter
    February 7, 2012 at 8:26 am

    Congratulation to Renee. It is always heartwarming when some ones efforts are recognized. Here’s hoping the youth she has guided remember all she has taught them.

  2. Terry Moody
    February 10, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    That is so great to hear. Renee is such a kind and loving person. If anyone deserves it, she does. She will always have a special place in my life with my granddaughter.

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