Orange County First Responders Pay Tribute To Staff At Valley View Nursing Home

Orange County First Responders Pay Tribute
To Staff At Valley View Nursing Home

Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Management and other County Departments circled nursing home with flashing lights and sirens to recognize hard work of staff

Patrol cars from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, along with vehicles from the Department of Public Works, Emergency Management Division and District Attorney’s Office, circled Valley View Center for Nursing Care and Rehabilitation on Thursday with flashing lights and blaring sirens as a tribute to the staff’s hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Valley View Ladies

“It is gratifying to see so many people come together to recognize the inspirational work that Valley View Administrator Laurence LaDue and his dedicated staff have performed during this challenging time,” said Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus, who drove his vehicle in the parade. “As we have seen throughout the country, nursing home residents are susceptible to the COVID-19, and Valley View has been on the frontlines of the battle against the disease.”

 

Photo caption: 1. Anna Brass, a Staffing Manager at the Valley View Center for Nursing Care and Rehabilitation, holds up a sign during Thursday’s parade; 2. First responders arrive at Valley View.

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