Acushnet RN Pushes Through Pandemic With a Never-Failing Smile
The name Jessica Labelle may sound familiar to you. That’s because she was the person who nominated her husband, Scott Labelle for the Spotlight Frontline Heroes Program back in March. As it turns out, Jessica deserves some recognition as an essential worker during the pandemic as well. Labelle’s sister, Katie Aiello, nominated her for this program because she is a full-time Registered Nurse at Hawthorne Medical in the endoscopy surgical site and also at St. Anne’s in the COVID ICU.
Although she had some hard days, she pushed through.
“She never complained,” Aiello said. “She would get home from work, enjoy the little downtime she had, and get right back up and do it again the next day!”
She adores her two small daughters and assisted her kindergartener with her first-ever online learning lesson. Aiello affectionately referred to her as the “Hostess with the Mostest,” since she is always throwing someone a party from birthdays, baby showers, wedding showers, or celebrating anniversaries.
“She held both of my baby showers and my bridal shower at her home and they were all more than I could have ever dreamt!”
Labelle always goes above and beyond for the ones she loves.
“She is the Godmother to my son and is always there for him too,” Aiello said. “When in need of someone to watch a child or dog, she is always there.”
It seems that Labelle is also known for her modesty, but her sister still made sure that she got the recognition that she truly deserves.
“I am not at all surprised that she highlighted her husband and not herself,” Aiello said. “She is always thinking of others.”
Thank you, Jessica Labelle, for all you do day in and day out.
If you would like to shine a light on the essential workers in your life, click HERE to nominate them for the Spotlight SouthCoast Frontline Heroes program. Let everyone know what this past year has been like for them and how proud you are to know them. This program is made possible thanks to our sponsor, Prima Care.