Honoring our Springmoor Employees
This week we honored our employees at the Years of Service Ceremony. Over one hundred employees received recognition for their service to Springmoor. Some have been here three years and others as many as thirty! Awards were given for three, five, ten, twenty, twenty-five and thirty years. The staff at Springmoor is a dedicated group of individuals all pitching-in to make this a wonderful place to live.
With Special Recognition and Congratulations!
20 Years of Service: Rose Fleming, Zhiying Gu, Eleanya Akaronu, and Shronda Wall
25 Years of Service: Jacqueline Daniel, Michel Davis, Kenneth Dunston
30 Years of Service: Terri McMahon, Gloria Wilkins and James Dixon
Behind the Scenes
This week, we would like to introduce you to just a few of our 450+ outstanding employees. Terra Hunt is the Dining Room Manager and has been working at Springmoor for 15 years. Terri McMahon is the Supportive Living Nursing Manager and has been here for 30 years! Dee Redmond is in an Accountant and has recently celebrated her third year anniversary with Springmoor.
What was your first job as a teenager?
Terra: I had a babysitting business when I was 13.
Dee: I worked for the City of Albany in a Summer Adolescent Vocational Educational Program
How many positions have you had since you’ve been here?
Terra: Two – Supervisor and Manager in the Dining Rooms
Terri: Three – Stewart Health Center, the Out Patient Clinic and Supportive Living
Dee: Two – Accounting Assistant and Accountant
What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Terra: Heavenly Hash
Terri: Butter Pecan
Dee: Butter Pecan from Stewart’s Shops in NY
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Terra: When I was a kid, I wanted to be a Meteorologist.
Terri: I want to play like a kid!
Dee: When I was 8, I wanted to be an Accountant.
Where were you born?
Terra: North Carolina and raised outside of Atlanta, GA
Terri: Pensacola, FL
Dee: Albany, NY
What time do you wake up every day?
Terra: 5:15 am (Work starts at 11:00am)
Terri: 5:45 am (Works starts at 7:00am)
Dee: 5:30 am (Work starts at 8:00am. I have a five-minute commute and I am usually late!)
What is the coolest thing you do during the day?
Terra: Talk to the residents. I learn something new everyday.
Terri: Watch over the residents.
Dee: Put a smile on people’s faces!
What job at Springmoor would you like to do for one day?
Terra: Activities Manager in the Stewart Health Center
Terri: With a laugh, “Not the Executive Director, that’s for sure!”
Dee: Executive Director
What do you do on the weekend?
Terri: Track meets, soccer games and all things grandchildren!
Dee: Shopping, walking at Shelly Lake and Church
Do you sing to the radio in the car?
Terra: Oh yes!
Dee: Yes and I sing walking down the halls too!
What is your favorite pizza topping?
Terra: Spinach and tomato
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Terra: Santorini, Greece. It has beautiful whitewashed houses and overlooks the water.
Dee: Only one place?! I have a list: an African Safari, Australia and then Dubai.
Were you on a sports team or in the band in high school?
Terra: I was in the Orchestra and played the string bass, the violin, the clarinet and the piano.
Terri: I was on the Volleyball Team.
Dee: I played Soccer and Basketball.
What book are you reading now?
Terra: I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan
Terri: No books just Sudoku puzzles everyday
Dee: I am Number 8 by John Gray
Do you have a hidden talent?
Terra: The piano
Terri: I love to dance!
Dee: I can sing!
Living in the Triangle during basketball season: Duke, Carolina or NC State?
Terra: NC State. My daughter wants to go to school there.
Terri: NC State. We have so many faculty and alumni from the school living here.
Dee: NC State. They have a new basketball coach, new leadership and I want them to do well.
We asked Brandon Hair, Springmoor’s Executive Director, and each manager to describe these three.
Terra: Detailed, Motivated
Terri: Dedicated, Dedicated!
Dee: Passionate, Detail-oriented
What do you like most about working at Springmoor?
Terra: The Residents. That’s why I come to work everyday. They make my day!
Terri: The People – the Residents as well as the Employees. It is a nice place to be!
Dee: Only one thing?! It’s the People: Employees and Residents.
We invite you to meet our team, schedule a tour and find out more about the Springmoor Community. We look forward to meeting you soon!