Home health care workers reflect on career

CHARLENE REMICK, LEFT, and Carla Tighe both recently retired from Addison County Home Health & Hospice, each with 40 or more years of service with the agency. They each logged tens of thousands of miles helping homebound patients throughout the county, during all kinds of weather. Independent photo/John Flowers

Jimmy Carter was president and Egypt and Israel had just signed the Camp David Accords. And there was Carla Tighe, visiting ailing patients throughout the county in an old VW bug, with no heat.

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