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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 24 - June 27, 2005 Bayhealth honors 2004's outstanding employees Bayhealtla Medical Center rec- ognized the,2004 outstanding leader; the 2004 Northern and Southern Division employees of the year and employees achieving from five to 45 Years of servic e at the EmploYee Service Awards Banquet at the Modem Maturity Center in Dover May 12. Administrative Direc- tor of Cardiopulmonary and Neurodiagnostics John D'Angelo of Mag- nolia received Bay- health's Outstanding Leader Award. He re- ceived a $500 savings bond, dinner for two at the restau- rant of his choice, and an en- graved plaque. D'Angelo is responsi- ble for the clinical and fiscal operation of the Respiratory Therapy, Diagnostic Cardiology, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Neurodi agnostic and Sleep Lab, Cardiac " Surgery Practice and Cardiac Rehabilitation Departments. He also CEPHAS served as project leader for the newly initiated Cardiac Surgery and Interventional Cardiology program, which began at Bayhealth in Septem- ber 2004. He earned his master's degree in psy- choeducational process- es from Temple Univer- sity, his bachelor's de- gree in hospital adminis- tration from the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences SEMANS and his associate's degree in res- piratory therapy from Philadel- phia Community College. He is a member of the Ameri- can College of Healthcare Execu- D'ANGELO tives, American Academy O f Medical Administrators, Ameri- can Association for Respiratory Care, the American Lung Associ- ation of Delaware and the Respi- ratory Care Practice Advisory Council Delaware Board of Med: ical Practice as well as the IMPACT Delaware Tobacco Prevention Coalition of Delaware, which awarded him the Outstanding Leadership Award for 2001 for his work in helpingthe state achieve the passage of the Clean Indoor Act. Virginia Cephas of Camden was named Northern Di- vision employee of the year. She received an engraved plaque, $500 savings bond, eight hours of paid time off and a gift certificate for dinner to a restaurant of her choice. Cephas joined Bayhealth in 1987, working as an as- sistant in the Environ- mental Services Depart- ment for many different areas of the hospital, in- cluding Pediatrics, 3 West, 2 North and Day Surgery. Since 2000. she has been working in Kent General's En- doscopy Department, where she is responsible for ensuring that all ar- eas of the department are organized and clean. Gail Semans of Mag- nolia was named South- ern Division employee of the quarter. She re- ceived an engraved plaque, $500 savings bond, eight hours of paid time off and a gift certificate for dinner to a restau- rant of her choice. Semans joined Continued on page 60 Bayhealth Continued from page 57 erations Earl Tanis. Vice Presi- dent for Human Resources Jon McDowell, Vice President for Medical Affairs Dr. Tony Oliva. President of the Bayhealth Foun- clarion Paul Lakeman, Vice Presi- dent for Ambulatory Services Al Pilong and Assistant Vice Presi- dent for Customer Service Rich Butto as well as Chairman of the Board Tom Bums, Vice Chairman Bob Berglund and President of Kent General Hospital's Medical Staff Dr. Francis Montone. Call Mary Jo Zinser Cell: 302-236-7238 Office: 302-227-4800 RE/MAX REALTY GROUP 317 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE You should ask yourself if anyone has developed a program of propane services for  and your customers that match your unique needs? The answer to this question is... not until now. MGS CorporaUon is ready to provide a program for you which will be unique to your specific requirements. We at MGS do not offer a "One Program fits-all" for propane gas services to our Contractor/Builder partners, rather we tailor a program and direct our services to meet  specific requirements. After all, a gas service program which is offered to everyone is simply not keeping your priorities as it's program priorities. You don't run your business or build your properties exactly like everyone else therefore your propane service should be one that considers  personality and  requirements. CORPORATION Give us a call at 302-422-0311 to discuss a program that best reflects how propane gas partners like MGS propane can best serve your needs?