Our Stories

Experienced Care During Challenging Times

Love, Inspiration and Guidance for the Mountain Community

Stories from the Heart

Teri McLaughlin

Teri’s medical bag often is often stocked with a piece of handcrafted jewelry for her patients. As a hospice and home health care nurse, she takes care of mountain residents who are ill, injured or need help to be comfortable in their body and spirit as they leave this life.

Mary Noonan

For more than a decade, Mary has been helping mountain residents and their families navigate the hospice waters in a way that is meaningful and provides the greatest comfort.

Painting by Aaron's father, Roger Ambrosier, titled "Sacred Silence". Landscape painting showing storm clouds over a winding meadow stream at sunset.

Aaron Ambrosier’s Story

Night fell upon the Ambrosier family in September of 2015. Evergreen husband and father Aaron Ambrosier, 44, checked into St. Anthony’s Hospital with headaches and vision problems. He was given a heartbreaking diagnosis.

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James Weise

As an occupational therapist, I make sure our patients can function safely during everyday activities. The rewarding part of my job is keeping people in their own homes. As an organization Mount Evans has real heart and soul. They truly care about their patients, and I love being part of that. I work in many old historic towns and people have often been in their homes all their lives, sometimes for three generations. If I can help keep a patient in their own home, then I’ve made a difference.”

Emily Deutschmann - Our Heart is in the Home

Emily Deutschmann

Emily gives mountain residents their voice and helps them speak, think, and even swallow foods and liquids. “I am proud to help our mountain community in a variety of ways. Speech therapists have many roles outside of speech and language: educating families on disease processes, strengthening swallow function, and teaching memory strategies. My goal is always to put the needs of the resident and their family first.”

Michelle Quihuiz

Michelle joined Mount Evans more than a decade ago because she wanted to work in a spiritual environment that would feed her soul.

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