Emergency Medical Services Gives Top Award to Employee
Frankie Sutherland, a member of the county's Emergency Medical Services since 1977, is this year's recipient of the Clark Deener Award, the highest honor given by the agency. Sutherland, a training coordinator, has taught rescue skills to hundreds of volunteers and has developed policies used by all rescue personnel in the county. The award is named for a former fire chief of the Lovettsville Fire and Rescue Company.
Hospital Company Elects Two
Kenneth L. Crovo, a bank president and president of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, and Joe T. May, president of an electronic engineering and manufacturing firm, have been elected directors of Loudoun Healthcare, parent company of Loudoun Hospital Center. Both men are Leesburg residents. Grenville T. Emmet III was reelected chairman of the board, John Niccolls was elected vice chairman, Arlyn Black was elected treasurer and Warren Braham was elected secretary. John H. Cook III and George S. Poehlman were also reelected to four-year terms on the board.
Agency on Aging Selects Official
Gena Davis has been named assistant administrator of the Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging. She will be responsible for internal operations, staff development, planning activities and coordinating public information services for the agency, which operates nutrition, information and volunteer programs for senior citizens in Loudoun County.
State Board on Aging Gets Members
Martha Bernhart, of Lovettsville, vice chairman of the County Commission on Aging, has been appointed to the Governor's Advisory Board of Aging, a 40-member board that helps the Virginia Department on Aging. Joseph K. Weakley, of Round Hill, was also appointed to the advisory board.