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Hello George Davis.

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George Davies, Davies as he is known to all of his coworkers and individuals, began his career of working to help others better their lives in the 1970’s. He spent many years working with dependent and delinquent adolescents in various roles at St. Michael’s School. On December 16, 2010 Dave began his career with EIHAB. He was one of many staff that transitioned to EIHAB when they purchased St. Michael’s School. Dave continued to work as a Direct Care Worker until the fall of 2017 when the decision to close the adolescent services came about. At that time, Dave transitioned to the IDD side and began working as a Direct Support Professional. He worked at various group homes and in 2000 he transferred to the Tioga House where he remained until his retirement in March 2024. Dave was a very dependable, time conscious employee and co-worker. He was well known for his dependability. Dave made it a lifelong goal to always be on time for his shifts no matter the weather or time of day. He is a very knowledgeable person who is willing to teach you anything he knows as long as you are willing to listen.

A Community of Recognition

Individual #1 – He always wanted me to have clean sheets and to do my laundry.


Individual #2 – He always made sure I had clean laundry and started breakfast if I got up

early. He would talk to me whenever things bothered me or I couldn’t sleep.


Coworker #1 – There are so many things that can be said about George. He was a great coworker and always on time for his shifts (He expected that in return)! I hope he enjoys all of his time traveling on his bike now that he has the time for it. In all of the years that I have known him he always put everyone else first. George always did what was right for our individuals. There is nobody like him. He is one of a kind.


Coworker #2 – The first things that come to mind when I think of Davies is his punctuality and

compassion for others. Even when our individuals would get upset at him for asking them to do what was needed he still managed to work with them to do what was right and in their best interest. I hope he is enjoying his retirement.

"We at EIHAB PA wish him all the joy of the wind on his face while he rides along in retirement. Safe travels as he travels more of North America while enjoying his retirement.

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