Springbrook Tells Staff:
By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com
With 35 percent of its employees not yet vaccinated, Springbrook is offering a $500 enticement to encourage them to get the COVID-19 vaccine shot.
“This is important, this is safe,” said Springbrook CEO Patricia Kennedy. “It’s going to get us back to where we want to be, being with the people we want to be with and doing things we want to do.
That’s my message for all our employees and the community.”
There’s a distinction between new employees we put in place in January.”
As for the residents on the Milford Center campus, 95 percent have been vaccinated.
MILFORD CENTER – Gould Warren Liddle, 76, a farmer who later worked in many jobs around the county, took his last breath Monday, July 2, at his home in Milford Center.
Gould was born at home in Index on Sept. 21, 1941, to Gladys and Frank Liddle. He went to Cooperstown Elementary School until the eighth grade, when he left to go work on the family farm.
IN MEMORIAM: Lois Itzen, 88;
Raised Sheep In Milford Center
COOPERSTOWN – Lois L. Itzen, 88, who raised sheep, spun yarn and knitted at her Milford Center farm, passed away Friday morning, Dec. 11, 2015, at Bassett Hospital. She had been living at Woodside Hall.
She was born Lois Laura Nelson on April 26, 1927, in Montpelier, Vt., a daughter of Richard and Mable (Potter) Nelson.
On Nov. 17, 1946, Lois married Victor Itzen in Wyckoff, N.J. The family moved to Milford Center in 1951, where they raised sheep. He also worked at Simmonds Precision, Norwich. In 1988, the couple moved to a home in the Town of Middlefield.