Hi, my name is Alma Reyna. I’ve been working for Ability Counts since August 2010. I work out of the Corona facility and have been with Open Door Packaging in Chino since May 2011. Oh, and I can’t forget to tell you that I have a part time job since 2015. Ok, enough with the work stuff.
Let me tell you a little something about my life and what I enjoy doing in my spare time. I have an amazing boyfriend (Luis) and have 3 beautiful daughters Briana –16, Iiana –13, Jayleen –12! (I know all girls yikes!). Oh and a pitbull named Bruno; can’t forget my dog haha…
I love spending time with my family, going out and riding our go-cart. We also go to Laughlin every year. We love taking our boat on the river during the summer time. We just enjoy doing a lot of outdoor activities.
I love my Philadelphia Eagles woot woot! I also love any type of movies, music, I love to dance and sing to anything! Oh, and I also love some Modelos (beer) and some good Tequila yumm! I can’t complain about my life. I gotta say, I sure do live it to the fullest!
Elizabeth Madrigal is doing an outstanding job in the Corona Snack Store. She’s shown growth and maturity in the service she provides, always taking initiative; and in accepting the responsibilities of her position. She’s always cheerful and pleasant and willing to assist wherever needed.
Elizabeth recently expressed the desire to continue moving forward and train at Ancho’s Southwest Grill & Bar to further develop her skills. She is awesome and we want to congratulate her on her success!
On Martin Luther King Day, my Mom and I went to Glen Ivy in Corona to spend the day together.
We both had a good time and spent most of our day relaxing by the pool. During the times we weren’t relaxing, one of us was either in the hot tub or taking a mud bath. Later that day, my Mom and I went to the 2pm aerobics class and got ourselves a good workout. My Mom and I had a good time and I’m hoping to spend time with my Mom again soon.
Neva Noland lived at the Enchanted Rainbow Residential care facility and enjoyed many outings with her group home. She started working at Ability Counts on January 11,1999, completing 19 years of employment. She worked in both Supported Employment and the Work Activity programs. She worked at the Central building, Corona and Riverside.
She loved working, especially boxing garment hangers. She also did well in the recent recycle contracts. Neva was very social and friendly, loved by all. She attended Friendly Stars social club every Friday night. She also belonged to a bowling league and was a good bowler. She enjoyed attending events held by ACI.
We were told by her Care Provider, while she was hospitalized, that she kept telling him she wanted to go back to work.
Neva Noland, a special lady, she enjoyed life. She will be missed. 7/13/1952 to 1/15/2018