HopeWest has honored Kerri Mosinski for 25 years of employment with the Grand Junction-based hospice, palliative care, and grief support organization.
Mosinski joined what’s now HopeWest in 1993 as a social worker serving hospice patients. As the organization grew over the years, so did Mosinski’s responsibilities. She now works as senior vice president and oversees many programs. That includes a program that helps seniors meet their health care needs in the community instead of going to a nursing home or other care facility.
“Kerri helped create this organization from day one,” said Christy Whitney Borchard, president and chief executive officer of HopeWest. “The Western Slope is so fortunate that Kerri left California and moved to Grand Junction 25 years go. Since then, she developed many of our programs and guided the HopeWest Kids grief program and other creative endeavors. We are grateful for Kerri’s service to our community and to have her expertise every step of the way.”
Mosinksi said she’s amazed by the growth of HopeWest, but has remained confident in the mission of the organization and the services it provides to meet needs in the community.
HopeWest offers services to a total of more than 4,000 people a year in Mesa County as well as Delta, Montrose, Ouray and Rio Blanco counties. For more information, call 241-2212 or visit the website at www.HopeWestCO.org.