‘AMAZING boss and friend’ Natalie Norris has been nominated for the Pride of Guernsey Carer of the Year award, sponsored by Specsavers.
Nominator Anita Fletcher described how Natalie has been ‘so lovely about everything’ over the course of the past few challenging months.
She said: ‘I have had the worst few months of my life with my husband being seriously ill and Natalie has supported me so much.’
Anita said that Natalie had been so kind and understanding as her boss at JER Group, where Natalie has worked for almost five years.
‘She has let me work around my problems and never once has she not been there for me,’ Anita added.
‘Natalie has been a rock to me and has been so supportive from start to finish.’
Anita wanted to take this opportunity to nominate Natalie in order to thank her for everything she has done for her, both as a supportive boss and a caring friend.
‘I couldn’t ask for anything better,’ she said.
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‘He has been such a rock to my husband and myself since my husband has been really poorly.’
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