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Local hospice group hires two employees

Published: Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 6:59 a.m. CDT

Home Health and Hospice of Illinois, serving Morris, Channahon, Minooka, Coal City and North Central Illinois, hired Rose Sullivan as a marketing representative and Rev. Debra Wenger as chaplain.

The organization, with a local office in Morris is “dedicated to being an agency that provides quality care and service in a caring, ethical and respectful manner.”

Sullivan has been involved in health care since 2005.  She carries a degree in marketing, is a Certified LTA and is competent in the skilled nursing, supportive and assisted living arena. She is a senior care advocate and specializes in acting as a community liaison, reaching out to help physicians, social services, clients and the general public.

“I have a high standard work ethic, believe in quality care and going above and beyond when it comes to senior health care,” she says.

Sullivan lives in Ottawa, Ill. She is a mother of three and grandmother of two.

Rev. Wenger has an AAS in Marketing, a bachelor’s degree in theology. She is an ordained minister with WEF of Louisiana.

Wenger assist’s in pastoring two churches in Ottawa and Peoria, Ill., alongside her husband, was an elected school board official for the Freeport School Dist. #145, Phi Theta Kappa member, served on the March of Dimes, Horizon House Fundraising Committee, and an Ottawa Chamber of Commerce team member.

“The main focus of Hospice of Illinois is to provide palliative care for individuals and their families who face a life-limiting illness,” Wenger said. “Our desire is to bring comfort and a peace of mind during the final steps of life’s journey.”

Home Health and Hospice of Illinois are committed to core values, such as, integrity, compassion, knowledge, service, value and teamwork.

Home Health and Hospice of Illinois are devoted to the “innovative, tenacious pursuit of excellence on behalf of all their customers’ needs and expectations.”

Both women are working from the Morrisoffice to bring a more professional, personal service and to meet the needs of those in the Illinois Valley area.

For more information, contact Home Health and Hospice of Illinois 1419 Liberty St., Morris, Ill., 60450 or call the office at (815) 941-2148.

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