National Nurses Day is Wednesday, May 6th and 99.5 WKDQ and Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union want to spotlight and thank ALL Nurses in our community, not just one May 6th, but the entire week!

During the week of May 6th, we will honor 3 special nurses daily on air and online at and the WKDQ App.

This spotlight goes to Stephanie Shrubb at Wendell Foster Campus for Disabilities at Residential Cottage 'A'.

Stephanie Shrubb
Stephanie Shrubb

Stephanie was nominated by Tina Hardy. Here's what she had to say about Stephanie:

Stephanie Shrubb, RN has worked at Wendell Fosters Campus for several years. Stephanie furthered her nursing degree a few years ago while still working weekends at Wendell Fosters Campus.

Stephanie is a mother of a son with severe disablilities, this makes her a perfect fit in caring for those with severe/profound Cerebral Palsy. Stephanie is also very sympathetic with us parents/guardians. Stephanie is always compassionate, cheerful, energetic and knowledgeable with her patients, or "Her Peeps" as she likes to call them!

Stephanie loves her job, and the residents can sense this, and they love her too. As a mother of a daughter at Wendell Fosters Campus, I am so thankful for Stephanie Shrubb, RN as well as all the other fine nurses at WFC. God Bless them all.

From all of us here at 99.5 WKDQ, Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union, and the Tri-State, THANK YOU Stephanie for all you do each day! We appreciate you!

Do you know a nursing professional who goes above and beyond to make a difference? We want to hear about them so we can give them the proper thank you they deserve. Nominate your favorite nursing professional in the Tri-State and share a personal story of their dedication and service to the community!

Help us say thank you to our Tri-state nursing professionals for everything they do for our community. Nominate your favorite Tri-State nurse now!


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