Jodi Olson, RN, is retiring after 32 years of Public Health Nursing service in Hettinger County.
Published Sept 6, 2013
Jodi has enjoyed the challenges and constant variety in her work. She said she couldn’t have asked for better co-workers.
Sherry Adams, Administrator and Doreen Ott, Director of Nurses for Southwestern District Health Unit presented Jodi with a retirement gift and many wishes for the best in her future endeavors at her last staff meeting in Dickinson on August 19th.
Both expressed their thanks for her many years of excellent, caring and devoted nursing service to her clients and position duties at the Health Unit. She will be greatly missed, as it has been an honor and privilege to have had Jodi on the Nursing staff. In the future, Jodi will be continuing her Nursing at the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home in Mott. She will also become the new dental office manager for Apollonia Dental.
On the same day, Angela Greff, RN was welcomed and introduced to Health Unit staff as the newest Hettinger County Public Health Nurse.
Angela enjoys working with people and is glad to find employment in her home area.
She is looking forward to working in Public Health and feels “it just fits with their busy schedules.” Angela, her husband Lucas and their three children live in the Mott area.
She enjoys jogging, walks and gardening. Angela started her duties on August 12, 2013 and will be orienting to her position in the Dickinson and Mott offices in the next few months.
Angela and co-worker, Anita Friedt, RN, will be available to provide Public Health services. Both Angela and Anita are part time employees, and along with office duties, both will be providing services in the community, so please leave a message on their answering machine at 824-3215 if they are not in the office and they will get back to you.
Please help us welcome Angela to her new duties at the Public Health office in Mott.