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- Marianne Gaudio
Having worked 25 years as the office manager of a Long Term Care Facility,
Marianne entered the field of hospice.
After just a few years, she and five friends embarked on their journey into a hospice of their own.
- Theresa Scholl RN
Theresa spent 24 years in geriatric long term care,
where she was part of the management team responsible
for MDS coordination, Education, and Infection Control
before becoming Assistant Director of Nursing and Director of Nursing.
In 2000, Theresa joined a large hospice as Director of Clinical Operations.
In 2005, Theresa and five of her respected colleagues founded a grass roots hospice.
Homeside Hospice is dedicated to excellence in end of life care and focuses on
patient dignity, comfort and inner peace.
- Kristin Barnable RN, BSN
Kristin worked in Long Term Care prior to becoming a hospice case manager in 1997.
Kristin worked for a large hospice for 8 years as Clinical Director.
In 2005, Kristin along with five of her friends founded Homeside Hospice.
One of the goals of this grass roots hospice is to provide individuals with the highest possible
level of physical, emotional and practical support.
- Theresa Watson RN
Theresa has had experience as a critical care nurse,
pain management clinician,
Home IV infusion and wound care visiting nurse
and clinical research coordinator for oncology & cardiology clinical trials.
Theresa was a former Regional Manager and Clinical Director
of other hospice programs before the establishment of Homeside Hospice.
Kathleen Folliard, RN, one of the founders of Homeside Hospice, passed peacefully on January 14, 2011
leaving us a legacy of inner peace and universal spirituality.
We mourn the loss of our partner Kathleen and miss her dearly.
Kathleen spent 15 years in a Sub Acute facility caring for Pediatric patients.
She then became a home care nurse, caring for pediatric patients.
In 2001 she joined a large hospice where she was a Regional Manager.
In 2005 she collaborated with fellow nurses and became a founder of Homeside Hospice.
Kathleen was a Reiki Master and enjoyed all palliative modalities
which provide emotional and spiritual support to our patients on their journey.
She will be missed by all who loved her and
benefited from her teaching.
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