Volunteers Recognized For Service

OSWEGO, NY – George and Carol Reed were recently recognized by Bishop’s Commons Assistive Living Residence for 9 years of dedication and commitment to the senior setting.

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Pictured are Carol and George Reed accepting their award from Julie Chetney.

“As part of National Assisted Living Week, taking a moment to recognize individuals who have helped improve the quality of life for those who live at Bishop’s Commons was called for,” noted Julie Chetney, senior living coordinator. “Recognizing George and Carol was well deserved.”

Mr. Reed has been serving as pastor for a Monday evening worship service since the residence opened its doors in March of 2000.

Both George and Carol devote time weekly to planning and conducting a weekly service for the residents of Bishop’s Commons.