2008-11-28 / Community

Dressler Retires From SJEH After 31 Years

John Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of St. John's Hospital (left), presented a plaque to Dressler while her supervisor Nat Etrog, Director of Outpatient Mental Health Programs, looked on. John Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of St. John's Hospital (left), presented a plaque to Dressler while her supervisor Nat Etrog, Director of Outpatient Mental Health Programs, looked on. Social worker Louise Dressler, MSW, is retiring from St. John's Episcopal Hospital after 31 years of service. Her department, the Community Mental Health Center, threw her a retirement party on Friday, November 7, 2008.

Dressler said she would miss her co-workers but was looking forward to retirement. The Hospital presented her with a commemorative plaque.

Members of the Community Mental Health Center gathered to wish Louise Dressler good luck upon her retirement. They included (from left to right): Irina Fleyshman, social worker; Terry Geist, Associate Director, Community Mental Health Center; Susan Scheier, social work manager; Louise Dressler, social worker and retiree; Nat Etrog, Director, Outpatient Programs, Department of Psychiatry; Teri Coyle, Clinical Director, Continuing Day Treatment Center; Griselda Bartha, MD; and Marybeth Bertolini, social worker. Members of the Community Mental Health Center gathered to wish Louise Dressler good luck upon her retirement. They included (from left to right): Irina Fleyshman, social worker; Terry Geist, Associate Director, Community Mental Health Center; Susan Scheier, social work manager; Louise Dressler, social worker and retiree; Nat Etrog, Director, Outpatient Programs, Department of Psychiatry; Teri Coyle, Clinical Director, Continuing Day Treatment Center; Griselda Bartha, MD; and Marybeth Bertolini, social worker.

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