Crowden Retires From Century Health And Rehab

May 31, 2015

Mary Crowden retired Friday after 19 years of service at the Century Health and Rehabilitation Center. She worked in multiple areas during her tenure. But her best talent, according to coworkers, was taking care of loose ends, always giving 150 percent. Submitted photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “Crowden Retires From Century Health And Rehab”

  1. Angie on May 31st, 2015 10:00 am

    I worked with Mary for 15 years at the Center. I don’t know of anyone more deserving than her. She was always ready to help with anything she was asked to do, and did it with all her heart. She treated the residents as though they were her own family, and that is the way it becomes when your heart is in it, as hers always was. Thanks for the care you gave my family and friends. I thoroughly enjoyed working with you! Now go and enjoy your retirement!

  2. Jackie Johnson on May 31st, 2015 8:18 am

    Congratulations Mary! Thank you for a job well done in helping both the R.L. “Jack” Stewart family and Aubrey Johnson family when we needed you most. We appreciate everything you did. You will be missed if we ever need the services of Century Health and Rehabilitation Center.





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