Barbara became involved in St. Joseph Home when a friend introduced her. He knew that her passion for volunteering and engaging with people with disabilities would align beautifully with St. Joseph Home.
As a former board chair, and especially after volunteering weekly to assist during resident’s swim sessions, Barbara felt very strongly in the work and the community at St. Joseph Home. More
Roger was adopted from St. Joseph Home in 1942 when it was still operating as an Infant and Maternity Home. As times and needs changed, St. Joseph Home transitioned to meet the needs of a different population. Children and adults with complex medical support needs and developmental disabilities became the focus of care. Roger, who has faced challenges in his life head on, and, with his strong and abiding faith and relationship with God, has always been aware of the needs of others. More
Rick is a weekly volunteer in the Day Program for St. Joseph Home as well as the Board Chair. He has had the privilege to see, firsthand, the high level of medical and compassionate care given to each of our residents every day. He’s gotten to know the residents personally who call St. Joseph Home their home. It’s a special place he holds dear to his heart and he and his wife, Ann, will continue to support this community with volunteer time as well as their financial investment. More
Rich and Lynn Arnold have been friends of St. Joseph Home for over 19 years - serving as volunteer, Development Committee member, member of the Board of Trustees and member of our Caring Companion society. Back in 2004 Rich and Lynn decided to make a planned gift to St. Joseph Home leaving a legacy for the broader community and to ensure their assets were used as they desired. More