In recognition of 20 years of service to seniors in our community, Dave Lytle, Lead Adult Protective Services Investigator, for Clermont Senior Services, was recognized by the Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services.
Lytle was nominated for this award by Edna Burns, Home Care/Case Management Director. In her nomination letter, Burns remarked, “Dave has always advocated for those who may not have a voice due to infirmities of aging or physical and mental impairment and has tirelessly worked to immediately link the individual with community services needed. He is well respected in Clermont County for his work as a Social Worker, Case Manager, and Adult Protective Services Investigator. When Dave’s name is mentioned to community partners anywhere in Clermont County, the response is usually “Dave is a good guy.””
The award was presented to Lytle on Friday, March 15, at the OCAPS Conference. OCAPS Human Services Policy Developer, Heidi Turner Stone, voiced their decision to honor Dave by saying, “We want to honor the dedication and commitment that Dave has shown in his work on behalf of one of Ohio’s most vulnerable populations, and would like to present him with a special recognition for his commitment to advocacy and collaboration.”