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JACK LINGO, REALTOR 302-227-3883 (office) RANDY MASON 302-236-1142 (cell) CALL NATALIE 302-450-8147 (cell) HeritageVillage Sales Manager $ 5K toward Settlement Costs and impact fees waived! On Postal Lane & Rt. 1 Adjacent to New Golf Course OPEN THURS - MON 11-5 TUES & WED BY APPT. PRICES FROM $288,000 – $343,900 NO MONEY DOWN VA APPROVED COMMUNITY & BUILDER Last chance to be on the golf course! Townhomes ready for spring delivery! Receive a 3-year golf membership at settlement! FINAL PHASE NOW OPEN! On Postal Lane & Rt. 1 Adjacent to New Golf Course OPEN THURS - MON 11-5 JACK LINGO, REALTOR 54 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Beebe Healthcare recognized Maureen Pimble of Beebe's Nu- trition Services team as the April Living Our Values Every Day Letter Award recipient. Last year, a task force of Beebe Health- care team members met over multiple months to examine exceptional patient experiences and create a system of values followed by every team member when performing at his or her best. Pimble was nominated by Marcy Jack, vice president of quality, safety and risk man- agement at Beebe Healthcare. Jack recalled a time when team members were staying late to work on an ongoing project. The employee cafeteria was closed, but she went in to see if anyone remained in the kitchen. Pimble was there. Jack asked about getting some food for the remaining workers and Pimble immediately jumped into action making sandwiches and providing snacks for all the team members. Pimble showcased the Beebe values of treating each individual with respect and dignity, build- ing trusting relationships with compassion and kindness, and acting with passion and love for others to make a difference. Jeffrey Fried, FACHE, presi- dent and CEO; Rick Schaffner, RN, executive vice president and chief operating officer; and Kathi Fryling, director of support services, made the presentation and congratulated Pimble. Winners are announced in a surprise ceremony in which the committee visits the winner in his or her department and presents the award. Employees selected for the award receive a parking space in the parking garage for one month; a $100 gift card; 100 points toward Beebe L.O.V.E. Notes Merchandise; a letter of congratulations and personal visit from members of the executive team; their photo added to the L.O.V.E. Letter wall plaque; and a letter to the team member's director and depart- ment recognition. For more information, go to www.beebehealthcare.org/our- values or call 302-644-2900. Beebe recognizes April L.O.V.E. Letter Award recipient SUBMITTED PHOTO BEEBE HEALTHCARE recognized Maureen Pimble of Beebe's Nutrition Services team as the April Living Our Values Every Day Letter Award recip- ient. ALOFT AeroArchitects of Georgetown presented a check to Beebe Medical Foundation April 12. The funds, raised dur- ing ALOFT's Golf League Family Outing at Rookery North golf course, will be donated to Tun- nell Cancer Center. "Beebe is so grateful for the loyal and strong partnership we have had over the years with PATS and now ALOFT. Their commitment to supporting Tun- nellCancerCenterisunwavering, and every year I look forward to meeting with the leadership of ALOFT and the golf team," said Tom Protack, vice president of development for Beebe Medical Foundation. "The Beebe Medical Foundation is very happy when local organizations choose to support their local cancer center and healthcare system here in Sussex County." ALOFT AeroArchitects, for- merly PATS Aircraft Systems, is a longstanding VIP aircraft supplier with roots in specialty aviation component manufactur- ing. Dating back nearly 40 years with roots in complex engineer- ing and certification of advanced aircraft systems, ALOFT Aero- Architects has provided PATS Auxiliary Fuel Systems and other integrated systems and compo- nents to most aircraft OEMs and hundreds of aerospace custom- ers. After decades of providing kits to the retrofit market, in the mid-’90s, ALOFT AeroArchitects began to provide Boeing and Bombardier with PATS Auxil- iary Fuel System kits that would become the "legs" of their fac- tory-delivered, high-end, large business jets. In 1998, ALOFT opened its facility in Georgetown which includes a seven-hangar facility adjacent to the primary runway at Delaware Coastal Air- port. ALOFT AeroArchitects donates to Tunnell Cancer Center SUBMITTED PHOTO ALOFT AEROARCHITECTS of Georgetown presented a check to Beebe Med- ical Foundation April 12. Shown are (l-r) ALOFT team members Bryan Ochs, Mark Ryan, Van Johnson, Erik Lester, Joe Reinhardt and Shawn Appleby; Tom Protack, vice president of development for Beebe Medical Foundation; Robert Sundin, president and CEO of ALOFT; and Matt Hill.