The domestically owned pest management firm honored Wade with an award presentation in entrance of her colleagues and residents at Blakeford Senior Life. Wade was rewarded with a certificates for 10 years of free pest management—ant, spider, tick and termite safety, mosquito discount and yard remedy companies.
Wade was nominated for her ardour for caregiving and native help by bolstering the bodily and psychological well being of members of her neighborhood. She has 12 years of expertise as an expert caregiver and at the moment serves as director of nursing at Woodcrest at Blakeford Senior Life, a Nashville 501-c nonprofit firm and persevering with care retirement neighborhood that gives long-term care, nursing amenities, unbiased residing and assisted residing.
“It means a lot to us to have a good time Kenyatta as our 2022 Hometown Hero Award recipient in return for her outstanding dedication to her local people,” mentioned All-American Pest Management president Erin Richardson. “She absolutely aligns with our firm’s core values and represents the caregiver neighborhood so effectively. We’re grateful for every little thing she does for her residents and staff at Blakeford Senior Life!”
“Caregiving is my ardour, and I like my Blakeford staff and residents,” Wade mentioned. “To be acknowledged for my service to one thing so expensive to my coronary heart is an honor. I’m grateful to Erin and the All-American Pest Management staff for this award and what it stands for. To not point out I’m ecstatic to know my dwelling shall be protected against pests for the following 10 years!”
All-American Pest Management accepted nominations for anybody residing within the following counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery and Sumner.