Temple Hospital Celebrates Career of Worker With Down Syndrome
Bobby Henry is a custodian at McLane Children’s Hospital in Temple – formerly King’s Daughters Hospital. He’s worked there for a quarter of a century, and is considered one of the hospital’s most dedicated and committed employees.
Bobby was recently recognized in a story reported by KXXV after celebrating his 25th anniversary at the hospital. Henry's job includes visiting all the floors of the hospital to pick up trash and laundry, and to offer a smile to everyone he meets.
The link to the story from KXXV contains many sweet sentiments from Henry's coworkers, and really shows he is a valued member of the McLane family.
His team mates say Henry may not realize the depth of his impact on the staff and patients, but his friends and coworkers make sure he knows McLane Children's values his positive attitude. Henry is definitely a McLane's MVP. Congrats, Bobby!