Some people spend their adult years working a job. But others, like Victoria Kriner-Eisenhour start a job as a young adult and soon discover it’s their passion.
Last week, “Vicky” retired from Lebanon County, after putting in 32 years working in a number of positions at the Renova Center, Lebanon County’s Residential Facility for Profoundly Disabled Adults.
Starting as a nursing aide, then moving up through the years to developmental assistant and finally recreational program aide, Vicky was central to bringing joy to the residents, most who’ve lived at the Renova Center since they were infants.
During a celebration at the Lebanon County Commissioners Meeting, Vicky said she never viewed working there as a job:
County Commissioners presented Vicky with a proclamation lauding her career and wishing her well in retirement.
But Vicky still plans to volunteer at the Renova Center and will continue her tradition of decorating the facility for all holidays.