Order of Malta medals for ten Orders of St John Care Trust employees
Medallists with their guests, members of the Order of Malta and OSJCT Managers after the investiture mass at the Brompton Oratory.
The Order of Malta has awarded Bronze Medals of Merit to ten OSJCT employees. These medals recognise their exemplary service to social care. Five attended a St John’s Day mass and investiture at the Brompton Oratory in London on Friday 23 June where they received their Bronze Medal of Merit from H.E. The Grand Prior of England Fra’ Max Rumney and H.E. The President of the British Association, Lady Celestria Hales.
Many of the medallists have worked for OSJCT for over 10 years and were recognised for their exceptional support and contribution to the Trust and its residents. Medallists attended the ceremony with a guest, and also witnessed the investiture of honours on Order of Malta members and volunteers.
OSJCT employees who received their medals at the St John’s Day service are:
Ms Beverley Cottam, Senior Carer at Hartsholme House, Lincoln
Ms Nichola Grainger, Quality Improvement Lead, Care Quality Team
Ms Sally Hibberd-Burns, Carer at Spencer Court, Woodstock
Ms Ann-Marie Palmer, Finance Support Administrator, Central Support Services
Ms Sally Reynolds, Chef at Watersmead, Westbury
Other OSJCT medallists who were unable to attend the ceremony are:
Ms Marie Gormley, Care Leader at Willowcroft, Salisbury
Ms Helen Butler, Head Housekeeper at Meadowcroft, Thame
Ms Denise Parker, Care Leader at Paternoster House, Cirencester
Ms Catherine Meanwell, Housekeeper at Gregory House, Grantham
Ms Diane Perry, Senior Care Leader at Millbrook Lodge, Brockworth