Willie A. Harold has been a dedicated employee of Lake TaylorTransitional Care Hospital since March 6, 1963, and during that time he has served six Hospital Administrators in the capacity of Stationary Engineer, then Maintenance Supervisor and finally Director of Plant Maintenance. He has supervised seven major renovation and/or new construction projects during his tenure at Lake Taylor.
He is now celebrating 50 years of great character, loyalty, and service to Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital and its patients.
Mr. Willie Harold (right), Plant Maintenance Director, listens as Thomas Orsini, President/CEO of Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital, reads from a City of Norfolk proclamation announcing July 18, 2013 as “Willie Harold Day”.
Teleflora, the world's leading flower delivery service, and member florists and community volunteers delivered Be Happy® Bouquets to those in need of smiles – such as hospital patients at Lake Taylor
(L to R) Arasi Hendricks, volunteer (18 yrs.); Norfolk Florist, Anita Hendricks (mom); volunteer Jordan Hendricks (13 yrs.); Stephen Morrin, Norfolk Florist; Tyra Hendricks (15 yrs); Glenda Fowler, Lasting Impressions Florist & Gifts.
Willette LeHew may have retired from practicing medicine, but he hasn't retired from practicing community service.
The 78-year-old retired around 2007 after a 40-plus-year career, but he still serves on various boards and volunteers once a month at the Chesapeake Free Clinic.
By Bill Sizemore
© February 22, 2013
The House of Delegates has welcomed dignitaries, celebrities and accomplished citizens to its chamber over the years, but few have received a heartier ovation than Lela Babb Burden.