Her story was reported by Linda Cart of Antoni's and Anjanette Hebert, director of Security.
Suzette Ross, a valet employee, was recently driving to park a car when she spotted an elderly male patient stuck in his wheelchair trying to cross Coolidge Blvd. Without hesitating Suzette stopped the car, put on her hazard lights, stopped traffic safely and then assisted the elderly patient. This was not the first time that Suzette has gone above and beyond for the good of others. A few months ago, Suzette was seen running after a car that was driving away to return a wallet that had fallen out of the car. A couple of weeks later she found a purse on the bench at the front entrance. She promptly retrieved it and brought it to security where the very grateful owner retrieved it. Then, just recently, Suzette found another purse on a bench outside. At this time she was the only valet working and was very busy, so she locked the purse in the valet box as she worked. The owner of the purse came back shortly looking for the purse and was extremely appreciative that Suzette had kept it safe. Suzette's actions demonstrate how caring, honest and ethical she is. People enjoy her friendly and kind attitude and customers often compliment on the way she carries out her work.