Staff

Executive Director -Shirley Holland

We at CASA speak for a silent group of elderly and homebound neighbors who are hesitant to ask for help, while being totally dependent on others for their basic needs such as food, safe shelter, water, heat, air, and electricity.  Caring for those who cared for us is our daily mission.  The stories we encounter will make you cry and, fortunately, some will make you laugh.  In the end, only kindness shown in a spirit of caring and love really matters.

 

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Service Coordinator – Colleen Hunkapillar

We serve the elderly and homebound of Marshall County through life-changing assistance delivered in their own homes. Their individual needs are assessed to ensure that qualified clients receive the care and attention they need to live safely and comfortably at home.  Volunteers are trained and assigned service roles in many areas of client care.

 

 


Service Coordinator – Jerry Mosley

As the “ultimate handy man,” Jerry is hands-on and in-the-trenches with CASA services, from in-home needs assessments (for qualifying clients), to on-site installations and supervision of volunteer work crews, to final inspection and sign-off on completed projects. He prepares material lists, bids jobs, does purchasing and delivery, and manages an inventory of materials on hand.  He helps with transportation and office duties when needed.

 

Jane Stewart – Office Assistant/Accounting Coordinator