FORT ASHBY - Roxalyn Hott received recognition May 9 as the state's Outstanding Adult Volunteer from the West Virginia Health Care Association for her work at Dawnview Center of Fort Ashby.

FORT ASHBY - Roxalyn Hott received recognition May 9 as the state’s Outstanding Adult Volunteer from the West Virginia Health Care Association for her work at Dawnview Center of Fort Ashby.
The award, presented during the WVHCA annual convention in Morgantown, salutes an adult volunteer for his or her dedication and service to long-term care residents at a member facility.
“For the past four years, Roxie has been devoted to the residents of The Dawnview Center,” said Cynthia Wagoner, executive director. “She spends an average of four days a week at Dawnview from four to six hours at a time to visit with residents.”
Hott knew about Dawnview because her mother was a resident there for 10 years, Wagoner said.
Roxie’s great personality is her calling card, Wagoner added.
“Roxie has a great relationship with the residents and staff, and we love her dearly,” Wagoner said.
“She has a wonderful smile and a big heart. We could not do without her, and that helps to make her the ‘perfect volunteer.’”
As the state’s largest long-term care trade association, the West Virginia Health Care Association represents more than 120 member nursing facilities, assisted living communities and residential retirement centers.