Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice Introduces New Staff
Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice recently introduced new staff members.
Lisa Falk has joined the team as the social worker for patients and families in the hospice center. She is also responsible for the hospice's We Honor Veterans program, working with community veteran volunteers to honor veterans in the hospice program. She began her work in the hospice field in 2007.
Cindy Hayward will be working with hospice in-home patients and patients in the hospice center. She has an associate degree in applied science from Lakeshore Technical College and has been a registered nurse since 2004. She has more than 10 years of nursing and has specialized in hospice for more than six years.
Daniel Leicht recently joined the dining services team as a cook. The Sheboygan Falls High School senior has taken several culinary courses and plans on continuing his education in the culinary art field following graduation.
Kimberly Thimmig is the new part-time spiritual coordinator for in-home patients. She is a recent graduate of Lakeland College with a bachelor's degree in religion and a double minor in writing and history.
Griffin joins Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice
Charlayn Griffin joined the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice team earlier this month as the hospice outreach specialist.
Griffin has 20 years of sales and marketing experience. For the last four years she has worked as a hospice care sales consultant for Hospice Compassus in Arizona.
Prior to her move to Arizona, Griffin worked in Sheboygan for Advanced Pain Management.