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Newsmaker: Connie Codispot

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Connie Codispot, 46, of Butler Township received the Cameos of Caring Program Award, which honors exceptional bedside nurses.

Noteworthy: Received the Cameos of Caring Program Award, which honors exceptional bedside nurses. The program aims to honor outstanding nurses, increase public awareness of the nursing profession and help recruit nurses. Over 750 nurses have been honored since the program’s inception in 1999. This is the first year the Butler Health System participated.

Age: 46

Residence: Butler Township

Family: Children, Christopher, 24, Lisa, 23, and Angelle, 14

Education: Associate degree in nursing from Butler County Community College in 1998

Employment: Registered nurse in the Behavioral Health Department of Butler Health System. She began working for the health system in 1999.

Background: A member of Butler Health System’s Nurse Practice Council and a mentor for the Butler County Community College clinical nursing mentoring program.

Quote: “It’s quite an honor to be voted by your peers to such an award. It was quite the honor.”

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