Since 1997, Ange Stoeckel has been a part of our burgundy family here at Hospice of Southern Illinois. Here, she’s all about the money. Well, as an Accounts Payable Clerk that is. While Ange hit a marker of 23 years this past July, it’s clear she truly loves what she does. In fact, when asked what her favorite part of her role at Hospice of Southern Illinois was, she said “I don’t have a single one that I love…I LOVE THEM ALL!!!!” We value Ange’s love for attention to detail, doing things accurately, working with community partners, supporting her team and sharing her hospice heart. It’s truly amazing when someone’s passion and skills are also a huge part of helping others.
About Ange Stoeckel
When Ange is not showcasing her positive attitude and skillset in the office, she’s displaying it on the counsel for Midwest Salute to the Arts, a local outdoor art fair held yearly in August. On top of that, she’s loves camping with her family and grand kids.
“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little EXTRA,” she states. And extraordinary she is. Thank you, Ange Stoeckel, for your dedication to our organization which always circles back and supports our mission, to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their loved ones touched by a terminal illness.
Care Ambassadors and Our Podcast
Learn about more care ambassadors below. Our care ambassadors are those employees who uphold Hospice of Southern Illinois’ standard for excellent hospice care and service by going above and beyond for patients, families, team members, or the community.
We launched a podcast in honor of National Hospice Month. It is an exciting extension of Hospice of Southern Illinois’ services. It is called Bringing Life to Hospice. First and foremost, we hope to evoke conversations without fear. Therefore, it will highlight the importance of planning for a peaceful end-of-life journey. With comfort, education, and safety top of mind, Hospice of Southern Illinois is always looking for ways to support you. Listen below!