After 35 years of collective service to Operation New Hope and our community, Operation New Hope (ONH) recently extended their deepest thanks to employees Cynthia Dean and Desiree Foster and wished them well as they transitioned to retirement. Cynthia Dean joined the team in 2007 and provided years of support to many clients as a dedicated case manager. Through her empathic care and committed professionalism, she made a significant impact in the lives of hundreds of people and their families, helping them “unblock their blessings” as she so beautifully says. For that and so much more, we are forever grateful. Desiree Foster began volunteering for ONH in 2000 and then joined the staff as an employee in 2010. With her dedication, hard work,
and heart given in support over the past 21 years, ONH was able to serve over 8,000 clients. She helped families get the hands-on support they would not have received elsewhere. The retirement party honored their years of service and shared memories of the impact they have made in the office and the community. Shown are the retirees Cynthia Dean and Desiree Foster.
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