Phyllis Liebler Named Hospice Volunteer of the Year ~ United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital is pleased to announce that Phyllis Liebler of Brown City was recently honored as volunteer of the year during their annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet.
Phyllis has been a volunteer for United Hospice Service since 2012. She voluntarily chooses to undertake a service or duty whether it be helping to provide care for patients at the Hospice Residence, helping train new volunteers, providing spiritual support or companionship to patients, and her efforts make a difference.
Throughout her tenure of service as a volunteer, Phyllis has generously supported patients in their end-of-life journey by working one day per week at the Hospice Residence in Marlette. If you’ve ever visited the Hospice Residence on a day when Phyllis is working, we are certain you were greeted with a welcoming smile. Phyllis goes the extra mile to make patients and families feel welcome. Phyllis also helps by visiting patients in long-term care and acute care settings at Marlette Regional Hospital when needed. Whether visiting for spiritual support or companionship, Phyllis’ warm manner is always appreciated by patients.
It was Phyllis’s warm manner and dedication to hospice that led her to receiving this special award. Please join us congratulating our volunteer of the year, Phyllis Liebler.
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, Geri Templin, Angie Krauth, and Patricia Chantiny.
For more information about United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital and volunteer opportunities, please call 800-635-7490 or visit www.marletteunitedhospice.org.
United Hospice Service of Marlette Regional Hospital recently honored Phyllis Liebler as the 2019 volunteer of the year. Pictured above with Phyllis (left) is Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Madelyn Huffman (right).