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Employee first to attend higher education

Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013

Angel Corps, 201 E. Market Street, Bluffton, is awarding its very first Maples’ Scholarship. The award is given to an employee of Angel Corps, Dorian Maples & Associates, First Call Medical Staffing or Home Nursing Services to fund tuition and fees toward education relating to the home health care field.

Jessica Anderson of Geneva is the first recipient of the Maples’ Scholarship. She is employed by Angel Corps and Home Nursing Services as an Attendant and Home Health Aide.

Jessica’s philosophy is “in life a smile and a good ear can get you a long way with someone. The simplest way to put it is this: I love my job and I love what I am doing.”

She plans to graduate in spring 2013 with a degree in Health Support then continue in the LPN program at Ivy Tech Community College.

Jessica is the first in her family to have a higher education and is a wonderful role model for her six year old daughter. Our Maples’ Scholarship selection committee was thrilled to accept Jessica’s outstanding application and essay. They unanimously approved her for the scholarship.

“We are honored to have Jessica Anderson receive the first Maples’ Scholarship. She is a delight to work with,” said Dorian Maples, RN, BA, CMC.

Those who would like more information about this topic can contact Dorian Maples at (260) 424-1237 or email at Dorian@IndianaGeriatrics.com.

Shown in the photo from are Dorian Maples and Rick Maples, owners of Angel Corps and Home Nursing Services, as they present the first-ever Maples’ Scholarship to Jessica Anderson.