COVID-19 Essential Heroes
Shelton resident Tony Stoppkotte is the building and grounds maintenance manager at the Good Samaritan Society in Grand Island, but has taken on a leading role at the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“He has been stepping up and doing the duties of CNA for the past several months, but more so now the past three months,” writes his wife Colette. “He is very dedicated to his job and the residents in all cottages of skilled care, assisted living and the entire retirement community on the campus. He has continued to work as the building and grounds and maintenance manager, but has recently had to transport residents as well. This has put him on the frontlines at times. His dedication to the elderly community there has shown through.”
A contribution will be made to the Shelton United Methodist Church food pantry in the name of Tony and Colette Stoppkotte.
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