Kissick retires from Health Dept.


Clinton County commissioners recognized the retirement of Rhonda Kissick, an 18-plus year employee with the Clinton County Health Department, who stands third from the left. Kissick worked as a Registered Dietitian in the Clinton County WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program. From left are Clinton County Commissioners Mike McCarty and Brenda Woods, honoree Rhonda Kissick, and WIC Director Renee Quallen, a Registered Nurse.

Clinton County commissioners recognized the retirement of Rhonda Kissick, an 18-plus year employee with the Clinton County Health Department, who stands third from the left. Kissick worked as a Registered Dietitian in the Clinton County WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program. From left are Clinton County Commissioners Mike McCarty and Brenda Woods, honoree Rhonda Kissick, and WIC Director Renee Quallen, a Registered Nurse.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton County commissioners recognized the retirement of Rhonda Kissick, an 18-plus year employee with the Clinton County Health Department, who stands third from the left. Kissick worked as a Registered Dietitian in the Clinton County WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program. From left are Clinton County Commissioners Mike McCarty and Brenda Woods, honoree Rhonda Kissick, and WIC Director Renee Quallen, a Registered Nurse.

Clinton County commissioners recognized the retirement of Rhonda Kissick, an 18-plus year employee with the Clinton County Health Department, who stands third from the left. Kissick worked as a Registered Dietitian in the Clinton County WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program. From left are Clinton County Commissioners Mike McCarty and Brenda Woods, honoree Rhonda Kissick, and WIC Director Renee Quallen, a Registered Nurse.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_Kissick_proclamation_p.jpgClinton County commissioners recognized the retirement of Rhonda Kissick, an 18-plus year employee with the Clinton County Health Department, who stands third from the left. Kissick worked as a Registered Dietitian in the Clinton County WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program. From left are Clinton County Commissioners Mike McCarty and Brenda Woods, honoree Rhonda Kissick, and WIC Director Renee Quallen, a Registered Nurse. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal