Catastrophic and Medical Leave Requests
- Published in: E-News
- Date published: 1/20/2016
My name is Sue Benson and I’ve been with the City, in the City Attorney’s Office for over 10 years. Due to continual personal tragedies, I need to ask for leave contributions. If you can contribute anything to my leave bank, I would be extremely grateful. Thank you for your consideration.
Hello fellow City co-workers,
I'm currently on disability due to an automobile accident. A wheel from another car going on the 54 west bound broke off, jumped the concrete barrier and smashed through my windshield. As a result, I was hospitalized for 7 days and I have lost vision in my left eye. I thank God that I didn't lose my life and my two boys were not riding with me! I have exhausted all of my sick leave. I still have a couple surgeries to try to get my eyesight back and lots of doctor appointments.
I will greatly appreciate if you can donate any of your precious A/L to my approved Medical Leave Bank. Please just contact your payroll specialist if you can donate any hours.
Thank you and God bless!
My name is Barbara Reid and I work in Public Utilities. I am having surgery in April to remove tumors from my heart and liver. I am a fighter and I am determined to beat cancer. Unfortunately, I do not have enough leave time to cover the recuperation period and I would be incredibly grateful for any hours that you might be able to donate. Thank you so much for your consideration and support.
My name is Monica Smith and I work for Public Utilities Fit Division, as an Account Clerk for Water Operations. I had an MRI done in September and it was discovered that I have a torn rotator cuff. Unfortunately, I don’t have enough time to cover all my time off for surgery, and physical therapy. I requested and got approved for a Catastrophic Leave bank. If you are able and willing to donate some time, I would greatly be appreciative. I will not be informed who or how much anyone will be donating. So, I would like to thank you in advance. I’m hoping and praying for a speedy recovery.