Category: Employees

Meet Community: Ericka Chavez

With Community’s Meet Community blog, you will have the opportunity to meet one of our staff members each month and get to know them with some fun questions. Ericka Chavez, account specialist, has been working at Community almost as long as she’s lived in the Lower Columbia. Ericka was born and raised in Gresham, OR…

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Meet Community: Sheryl Reeder

Portrait of Sheryl Reeder

With Community’s Meet Community blog, you will have the opportunity to meet one of our staff members each month and get to know them with some fun questions. Sheryl Reeder, hospice volunteer and administrative coordinator, is the proud mother of two “young” adults and grandmother to two, soon-to-be four, grandchildren. She’s a Pacific Northwest native…

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Meet Community: Rylee Trapp

With Community’s Meet Community blog, you will have the opportunity to meet one of our staff members each month and get to know them with some fun questions. Rylee Trapp, donor relations coordinator, is often the first smiling face you’ll see when visiting our Longview location. Before joining us at Community, she spent seven years…

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Meet Community: Svieta Zakharov, home health nurse

Svieta Zakharov

With Community’s Meet Community blog, you will have the opportunity to meet one of our staff members each month and get to know them with some fun questions. Svieta Zakharov, a registered nurse for Community’s home health department, was born in Ukraine and raised in Washington State. She graduated from Clark College’s nursing program with an Associate Degree…

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Meet Community: Jacob Ubl

Meet Community: Jacob Ubl, home health nurse With Community’s Meet Community blog, you will have the opportunity to meet one of our staff members each week and get to know them with some fun questions. Jacob Ubl is a registered nurse that works for Community’s home health department. He plans to complete his bachelor’s in…

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Community hires outreach director

Community Home Health & Hospice has announced the hiring of its new outreach director, Cathy Sandoval. Her first day was Monday, December 7. Prior to joining Community, Sandoval was the executive director and major gifts officer for the Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital Foundation in Lincoln City, Oregon. Sandoval’s hire comes after Vice President of Community…

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CEO hits 15 years

President & CEO Greg Pang hits 15 year milestone Join us in congratulating our President & CEO Greg Pang on 15 years with Community Home Health & Hospice! In 2005 Greg was named executive director upon the retirement of Community’s founder Lorraine Berndt. Under his watch, Community’s care expanded. The number of staff employed by…

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Retired employee joins Community Legacy Society

Retired employee joins Community Legacy Society Retired nurse Terry Skrentny held many leadership positions over her 24-year career with Community Home Health & Hospice including hospice, home health, medical records, and information technology. Despite her many and significant accomplishments, she is unfailingly humble and avoids recognition. Terry is also a longtime donor to Community, preferring…

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Preparation is priceless

Preparation is priceless Quick actions by CNA saves baby’s life Community Home Health & Hospice’s Danielle Jacob, RN, and Kassidy Owen, CNA, were overlapping shifts at a patient’s home on an ordinary day earlier this year. It was business as usual as Danielle attended to the patient while Kassidy prepared pumpkin bread in the kitchen….

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