Brockton Mayor Recognizes Heights Crossing For Distinguished Service

BROCKTON, MA — On October 8th, Brockton Mayor Robert F. Sullivan presented an official citation to the staff of Heights Crossing Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support for their dedication and bravery during the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the presentation ceremony, Mayor Sullivan praised the Heights Crossing team for its hard work. “It’s people like yourselves who really put your health at risk to render service, and bring aid to people,” said Mayor Sullivan.

The full citation reads: “I hereby extend this appreciation to Heights Crossing Assisted Living in recognition of your distinguished service to the residents of Brockton. Thank you for administering exceptional professional care to patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. Therefore it gives me great pleasure to present this citation to you as a symbol of our appreciation.”

“We are beyond thrilled to be recognized by Mayor Sullivan,” said Peter McConnell, Executive Director at Heights Crossing. “Our entire team has been going above and beyond every day to keep our residents healthy and safe, so receiving this acknowledgement of their bravery and dedication really showed them how appreciated they are by the entire community.”