WESTON, W.Va. – After 27 years of dedicated patient care, Judy Riley, RN, is retiring from Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Judy received her LPN degree from the Fred Eberle Vocational School in Buckhannon. After becoming an LPN, she decided to continue her education and become a nurse. She received her nursing degree from the SUNY Health Science Center, State of New York in 1995.
“Judy has been here about as long as me and has always been a caring and empathetic nurse,” Carole Norton, Director of Nursing at Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. “She could always be called on to help in a pinch and more on night shift, she kept everything running well.”
Judy, who is originally from Fairmont, and her husband of 40 years, Gary, have two children and four grandchildren. Judy’s plans for retirement include traveling, spending time with her grandchildren, and working on the 78-acre pleasure farm where she and Gary currently live.
“We give great TLC at our small hospital. We make sure that all patient’s needs are met. Every employee has a good heart and would come to your aid whether they are housekeeping, maintenance, or nursing,” Judy said. “We have one goal in mind, caring for our patients.”
To learn more about Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, visit StonewallJacksonHospital.com.