United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital is pleased to announce that Angie Krauth of Decker was recently honored as volunteer of the year during their annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet.
Angie has been a volunteer for United Hospice Service since 2009. Throughout her tenure of service as a volunteer, Angie has generously supported patients in every possible capacity at the end of their lives. She is always willing to help in whatever way she can—whether that be assisting the office staff, helping prepare and cleanup from gatherings, or visiting patients and their families where they reside. Her greatest impact at United Hospice Service is how she has touched the hearts of the many patients with whom she has sat quietly at the bedside, held a hand, or whispered that she was there for them.
It was Angie’s dedication and caring disposition that led her to receiving this special honor. Please join us congratulating our volunteer of the year, Angie Krauth.
United Hospice Service volunteers who have received this honor in the past include: Thelma McKee, Norretta Darling, Val Benson, Paula Marshall, Joyce Frye, Diana Hutchinson, and Mike Hollenbeck, Pat Boegner, and Geri Templin.
For more information about United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital and volunteer opportunities, please call 800-635-7490 or visit www.marletteunitedhospice.org.
Photo: United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital recently honored Angie Krauth as the 2017 volunteer of the year. Pictured above with Angie (left) is Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Madelyn Huffman (right).