Local featured in annual report

Carrington Place Retirement Residence marketing manager Twyla Wygle is featured in the 2011 Chartwell Seniors Housing annual report.

Wygle was nominated in the category of performance, reflecting the work she had done since Carrington Place opened its doors in April 2010 for its 71-bed expansion.

“The highlight of this job is offering my assistance,” said Wygle.

“And that includes earning the trust of both prospective residents and their family members.”

Chartwell Seniors Housing is a Canadian-owned company that owns and operates more than 150 retirement homes and long-term care homes across Canada including Carrington Place in Vernon.

The company has 11,000 employees and almost 200 individuals were nominated by their peers or supervisors for the report.

Twenty-one employees were selected.

Chartwell Seniors Housing publishes and distributes its annual report in support of its national Employee Appreciation Week in May.

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