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Dickerson Receives Patriot Employer Award

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Pictured left to right is LCDR Scott Hatch (Commanding Officer of NOSC Springfield), Joe Burke, Sandra Dickerson, Mason Geiger, Andrea Geiger, and Adam Geiger Pictured left to right is LCDR Scott Hatch (Commanding Officer of NOSC Springfield), Joe Burke, Sandra Dickerson, Mason Geiger, Andrea Geiger, and Adam Geiger
PARSONS, KANSAS -

Sandra Dickerson, Director of Business Operations, received an award today from the Office of the Secretary of Defense for recognition as a Patriot Employer. Dickerson was nominated by Logistics Specialist Second Class Petty Officer Andrea Geiger.

Labette Center for Mental Health Services, Inc., (LCMHS) is a licensed community mental health center serving Labette County, Kansas. We are a not-for-profit organization, proud to serve the cities of Parsons, Oswego, Chetopa, Altamont, Bartlett, Edna, Labette, Mound Valley, and the communities of Angola, Dennis, Strauss, and Valeda as well as outlying trade areas.


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