Henry ‘Allen’ Stout named VIP at St. Joseph’s Hospital

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Sister Francesca Lowis, Vice President of Mission Integration, and Brenda Bauer, Vice President of Quality, present Allen Stout with the VIP award.
Sister Francesca Lowis, Vice President of Mission Integration, and Brenda Bauer, Vice President of Quality, present Allen Stout with the VIP award.

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — St. Joseph’s Hospital recently honored Harry “Allen” Stout with the Values Inspired Person (VIP) Award.   Allen works in Environmental Services at the hospital and is a valuable and dedicated employee. He is humble, positive and always on point with everything he does.

 Allen truly lives the values of the hospital according to his co-workers.  He is compassionate, respectful and always trustworthy.  Staff know that they can always count on him to work together with them on anything that needs done and that he is always concerned about their wellbeing. 

   “Allen is friendly to everyone with whom he comes in contact.  He is a rare jewel and we are very fortunate to have him as an employee here at St. Joseph’s Hospital” said supervisor Darla Goff.

St. Joseph’s Hospital honors staff members with the Valued Inspired Person Award (VIP) on a bimonthly basis.  The VIP Award is given to those who demonstrate the Christ values of the hospital:  Compassion, Hospitality, Reverence, Interdependence, Stewardship, and Trust.