The Somerville News Person of the Week – July 18

On July 18, 2012, in Latest News, by The News Staff

The Somerville News Person of the Week, Lynne Lenoir.

Meet Lynne Lenoir, a lifelong resident here in the ‘Ville. She graduated from SHS then went on to attend and graduate from Salem State. She is now and has been working in the very noble profession of being a registered nurse. She is an extremely nice and kind person who has a wonderful sense of humor.

We guess she would have to have one since she is a nurse, but those of us who know her even remotely will tell you she’s always a very nice person who is thoughtful and considerate to others. She’s married to her lifelong partner Dorothy DiMarzo, who also is a very nice person with the same kind of sense of humor as Lynn. Lynn devotes a lot of time as a homebody but she also volunteers in various charities. We think Lynn, like everyone that knows her, is a great person and makes a great choice for our pick as “The Somerville News Person of the Week.” If you see her don’t be shy. Say “Hi” and watch her light up.

 

4 Responses to “The Somerville News Person of the Week – July 18”

  1. Sheila McNiff says:

    What a wonderful choice for Somerville’s Person of the week. As someone who has known Lynne for almost my entire life I can only tell you that she is one of the most compassionate and kind souls that live amoung us. Her profession was in her destiny since it only makes sense that a lovely spirit such as hers would end up helping, educating and caring for others. Yes I do agree she has a lovely sense of humor as well! Congratulations Somerville Person of the Week!!!

  2. j. connelly says:

    Anyone who dedicates their life as a nurse is a Saint. I trust nurses more than I do M.D.s. I have seen times when a nurse has questioned the doctor resulting in two saves, the patient and the doctor’s license. God Bless them as they really do care for their patients in many ways. May Lynne have a long & happy life, she deserves it.

  3. Ray Spitzer says:

    Connelly, let’s avoid dramatic generalizations. First, there are documented cases of nurses who neglect patients. Second, people need jobs to make a living, and for some time, becoming a nurse was a good career move (relatively low qualification required, good pay). This means, that many nurses are not in the job necessarily because they like it or want to help patients.

  4. j. connelly says:

    “Ray”….
    always with the Negative Waves….think positive once n awhile. If there bad they lose their license. Low qualification???? The LOW qualifications are in the Hack bureaucracy’s created to oversee the professions. Look at the recent city official promoted as the official could not pass the exam for the position they were in, reality is they should have been fired. Meanwhile the dedicated REAL employees take layoffs, paycuts, etc.

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