CLARKS SUMMIT — Five Allied Services employees recently received promotions.
Laura Marion, RN, BSN, was announced as the new Director of Operations for Allied Services Hospice. She joined Allied Services Hospice in November 2016 as Director of Patient Services.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Scranton.
She lives in Clarks Summit with her husband Michael and children Meghan, Clair, Michael and Will.
Rebecca Rust, RN, BSN, was announced as a new case manager for the team at Allied Services Hospice. She graduated from Penn State University, Worthington Campus, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Rust lives in Dalton and has 11 grandchildren.
Travis Davis, M.H.A, N.H.A., was announced as the Director of the new Allied Services Palliative Care.
Davis received his undergraduate degree in finance from Saint Joseph’s University and graduate degree in healthcare administration from The University of Scranton.
Davis resides in Waverly with his wife, Lauren, and their son, Hayden.
Melissa Kelleher RN, BSN, was announced as Director of Operations of Allied Services Home Health.
Kelleher earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bloomsburg University in 1996.
Kelleher resides in South Abington Township with her husband, Chris, and three sons Brandon, Matthew and Christopher.
Stacey Perrins, B.A., was announced as the new Fiscal Assistant at the Vocational Services Division in Scranton.
She earned a Bachelor in Business Administration from Misericordia University in 2014 and is currently pursuing a Masters in Business Administration at Misericordia.
A native of Dupont, she currently resides in Dalton.
Information provided by Allied Services.