Meet Mary Anne Stuckey and Rich Townsend, two valuable
volunteers with Campbell County Health in Gillette, Wyoming!
Mary Ann has been a fixture in the CCH Community Relations department,
The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center and
Hospice since 2005. She is responsible for assembling the postpartum discharge
packets given to new mothers in the
Maternal Child department.
“What a Godsend this beautiful woman is!” said Brenda Lanz-Dedman,
CCMH Maternal Child department secretary. “Mary Ann puts our Post-Partum
packets together and has for many years. She is meticulous and is such
a joy. Thank you Mary Ann for your hard work, dedication, and always smiling
face, Maternal Child couldn’t do it without you”.
Mary Ann has contributed over 3,000 volunteer hours, and she loves to keep
busy. In addition to the discharge packets she puts together, Mary Ann
regularly plays bingo and visits with the residents at The Legacy, and
does various clerical tasks for Hospice.
Mary Ann was recently
featured in a story about the Lifeline program.
Lifeline helps keep people independent and in their homes by providing emergency
notification at the push of a button through a land line or cell phone.
Rich has volunteered for CCH since 2010. If you’ve been down to the
Community Relations department you’ve probably seen Rich sitting
at the back counter working on a project. He’s amassed over 1,900
hours on projects like a monthly mailing to new Gillette and Campbell
County residents, letting them know about the services available at Campbell
He does mailings for many other departments and
clinics, labels and sorts the magazines for patient waiting rooms, and laminates
items like the “clean” tags used on medical equipment in patient
Mary Anne and Rich embody the spirit of volunteerism—giving their
time for the opportunity to help others. Thanks Rich and Mary Anne, for
all you do!
If you're interested in learning more about
volunteering with CCH, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Chris Buxton at 307.688.1536 or visit