Employee Spotlight


Melissa Mastroianni is Living Her Dream

From the time she was 5 years old, Melissa Mastroianni knew that she wanted to be a nurse. And although life took her down a different path at first, she never lost her desire to help others through nursing. Once she made the decision to pursue her dream of being a nurse, Melissa began working as an aide at other nursing homes in the area. As she worked and gained valuable experience working with patients, Melissa went to school to receive the training she needed to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Once she received her license, the Widows Home was the first place she turned to as she started her nursing career because she heard good things from a friend that worked here. Now, a year later, she loves her job working in our rehab unit—helping people regain their independence and improving their quality of life. Melissa says that being a nurse is “even better than I hoped it would be.” She really enjoys working at the Widows Home because of our patient-focused approach and all the great people she works with, including her co-workers, residents, patients, and their families. “The residents and staff are just wonderful!” she says.

When she’s not at work, living her dream of being a nurse, Melissa enjoys spending time with her three children whose full schedule of dance competitions, baseball games, and basketball games always keeps her on the go. She wouldn’t have it any other way.

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