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Pam Mumby Retires from MHS after 27 Years of Service

Steve Barnett, McKenzie President and CEO presents Pam Mumby with a certificate of recognition for her years of dedication.

After nearly three decades of service to McKenzie Health System (MHS), Housekeeping Manager and Safety Officer Pam Mumby retired on June 9, 2017.

Mumby joined MHS in 1990 as a housekeeping aide and has held her current role of housekeeping manager and safety officer for the past 17 years. For the last several years, she has also taken care of the landscaping for the organization and will continue to help maintain the grounds in her retirement. Mumby looks forward to more time to spend with family and to pursue her hobbies, including hunting, fishing, four-wheeling, landscaping and gardening.

“Pam has supported our team, our patients and our community in so many ways since she joined MHS 27 years ago, and we are incredibly grateful for her years of service and her dedication,” said Dr. Steve Barnett, MHS President and CEO. “We wish her and her family the absolute best.”

“I have genuinely appreciated being a part of the wonderful team at Mckenzie as well as the opportunity it provided me to raise my children and enjoy my hobbies. I’m very grateful for my colleagues and time here,” Mumby added.

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