St. John's Medical Center is pleased to announce the 2014 Employees
of the Year, selected by their peers for their contributions to workplace
excellence. The winners, representing different operational areas of the
hospital, received this recognition at an employee and family picnic in
the St. John's Living Center courtyard. "Terri Musetti, Ellen
Sullivan, Jessie May, and Lettie Yohe have been chosen as models of the
St. John's values," said CEO Lou Hochheiser, MD. "They all
play a part in quality care because of their commitment to safety, character
and integrity, quality and service excellence, accountability and teamwork."
2014 Employees of the Year
Terri Musetti, RN/LRCP, Primary Care Unit: Ms. Musetti demonstrated excellence
as a respiratory therapist in the cardiopulmonary department and now also
works in the Primary Care Unit as a nurse. Her peers noted her steady
progression of assumed responsibilities and her compassionate heart.
Ellen Sullivan, Clinical Assistant, Internal Medicine: Ms. Sullivan's
peers describe how she "keeps the place running" and is always
smiling and welcoming. Ms. Sullivan was born at St. John's and is
married to Ryan Shanor, another Jackson native. They live in Alpine, Wyoming,
and enjoy hiking, running, fishing, snowshoeing, and skiing and snowboarding
with their two boys: Taylor, 13, and Carson, 6.
Jessie May, Manager, Health Information Management: According to her peers,
Ms. May is constantly trying to improve the department for the greater
good of the hospital and the community, loves what she does, and always
smiles. Ms. May enjoys traveling, skiing, and family time. She moved to
Jackson almost 20 years ago and says it was one of the best decisions
of her life, claiming to be one of the few that love summers, long winters,
and mud season in Jackson.
Lettie Yohe, Logistics Clerk/Courier, Materials: Her peers at the hospital
describe how Ms. Yohe is always willing to help in any way and how she
always goes the extra mile. Ms. Yohe organizes group travel to different
countries and enjoys learning about different cultures and languages,
exercising, cooking, reading, sports, and nature.
Media Contact: Karen Connelly, 307 739 7380,