Two LPW employees earn awards

Published 10:07 pm Thursday, August 1, 2013

Susan Baker, left, and Beverly Copeland, right, are congratulated by United Church Homes and Services President and CEO Lee Syria for their high level of commitment to ethical and company compliance standards.

Susan Baker, left, and Beverly Copeland, right, are congratulated by United Church Homes and Services President and CEO Lee Syria for their high level of commitment to ethical and company compliance standards.

Two Lake Prince Woods staff members have been recognized by their employer, United Church Homes and Services, for demonstrating a high level of commitment to ethical behavior and the goals and objectives of the company compliance program.

Susan Baker, business manager, and Beverly Copeland, restorative aide, are among 10 individuals selected by their peers for this honor. An ice cream celebration was held to recognize their achievement.

“Our compliance program strives to create a culture that promotes understanding of and adherence to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations,” said Steve Paterson, chief quality and compliance officer.

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“United Church Homes and Services is committed to ensuring that it operates under the highest ethical and moral standards and in compliance with all applicable laws. We believe this commitment is consistent with our history and reputation in the communities we serve.”

United Church Homes & Services, a nonprofit corporation located in Newton, N.C., operates three continuing care retirement communities, including Lake Prince Woods and six affordable senior housing communities across North Carolina and Virginia.