Lake Superior Hospice is Pleased to Announce the Addition of a New Chief Executive Officer
Lake Superior Hospice is pleased to announce the addition of a new hospice team member, Carol Carr as Chief Executive Officer. Carr brings over 12 years of non-profit experience to the position, including positions with Omega House in Houghton, MI and the Northern Michigan University Foundation. She received a BA in Communications and Political Science from Western Washington University and has completed a certificate in Fundraising Management from The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Carr currently serves as an Advisory Board member for the DeVos Museum at Northern Michigan University and is a volunteer with the Sandy Knoll School Association. She is a native of Marquette and currently lives in Marquette with her husband and two children.
“Hospice care is such a vital part of our healthcare system and such a gift to families who are facing a terminal illness,” says Carr. “Those who have been served by Lake Superior Hospice know that our staff are second to none. I feel honored to work for such a strong organization, and with such a caring and compassionate team.”
Lake Superior Hospice is an independent non-profit organization that has been providing end of life care to families in Marquette and Alger counties for over 30 years. Hospice care is a unique, specialized approach to health care that focuses on pain management and symptom control as well as social and spiritual support for patients in their final months of life. Hospice care treats the whole patient, allowing them to continue to live in a way that maintains dignity and helps them to honor and celebrate life.
For more information please call Lake Superior Hospice 225.7760 or visit our website www.lakesuperiorhospice.org.
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