HANDS honors Spence’s retirement after 23 years at LFCHD
The HANDS program recently celebrated Debbie Spence’s 23 years of service of with the Health Department and her retirement from the agency. Her history with LFCHD spans through many different divisions. She worked seven years in the Primary Care Clinic, seven years in the physician’s/medical office, one year in billing and eight years in her current position as a HANDS family support worker.
She declined an agency retirement reception and instead requested that an equivalent monetary donation be made to HANDS for the purchase of books.
“She will be dearly missed by her colleagues and HANDS families,” said Moni Shields, HANDS team leader.
Debbie’s short-term retirement goals are to rest and relax. We wish her all the best!