Administrative Team

Mark M Murray
Mark M Murray

President & CEO
“I am dedicated to the mission and honored to work with such a outstanding group of caring, compassionate staff and volunteers.  I have enjoyed seeing how far we have come through the years, but also realize there is much work yet to do.”

 

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David Haley
David Haley

VP/COO

“I have worked in the healthcare field all of my life and I find the field of hospice and palliative care particularly rewarding from a personal point of view.  There is such a tremendous opportunity to have an impact on the quality of care of people when they are at their most vulnerable time in life.”

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Karl Holderman
Karl Holderman

CFO

“While my functions are not what typically come to mind when thinking of “hospice,” working at Center for Hospice Care/The Hospice Foundation affords me the opportunity to use my training and background to further our mission within our communities.”

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Mike Wargo
Mike Wargo

Foundation VP/COO

As the Chief Operating Officer of the Hospice Foundation, Mike has been involved with Center for Hospice Care in a variety of volunteer roles since 1997. He became a full-time employee back in 2008.

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Sue Morgan, RN
Sue Morgan, RN BS MS

Director of Nursing

“I have always felt like Hospice is a place where respect and dignity are at its highest level in the realm of health care. I experienced Hospice care with my mom and dad. To this day I feel that they died with love, grace and dignity, not just from their family but their hospice caregivers as well.”

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Craig Harrell
Craig Harrell

Director of Marketing and Access

Like many others involved in hospice, my experience began when my mother was diagnosed as terminal. Like others, my parents hesitated in getting services for 6 months, trying to do it on their own. The day my mom enrolled in hospice was the day she died, and the burden of caring for her nearly killed my dad. I remember my father saying, ‘The one thing I would’ve done different is to get hospice sooner!’ Within five years I had switched careers and was educating the community on the benefits of hospice.”

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