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Honored at JAAJAA held its sixth annual PEER Awards to honor employees

Honored at JAA

The Jewish Association on Aging held its sixth annual PEER Award luncheon to honor its exceptional employees.

From left: JAA board chair Mitchell Pakler with Employee of the Year Mark Pastoria, director of business development, and president and CEO Deborah Winn-Horvitz. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Association on Aging)
From left: JAA board chair Mitchell Pakler with Employee of the Year Mark Pastoria, director of business development, and president and CEO Deborah Winn-Horvitz. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Association on Aging)

On Monday, Nov. 6, the Jewish Association on Aging held its sixth annual PEER award luncheon to honor its exceptional employees.

There were 126 employees nominated for awards; 41 of those individuals were nominated more than once.

The PEER awards, which stand for the Pakler Exemplary Employee Recognition, was created by JAA board chair Mitchell Pakler and his family to honor the hard work of the JAA staff.

Department of the Year was the Activities Department at the Charles Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. From left: Board chair Mitchell Pakler, Leanne McDonough, Denise Owens, Marcellina Hoskowicz, Carol Danhires and JAA president and CEO Deborah Winn-Horvitz. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Association on Aging)

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