CHI - Mercy Hospital Valley City

Spring 2017

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INSIGHTS MERCY Spring 2017 MISSION The Mission of Catholic Health Initiatives is to nurture the healing ministry of the Church, supported by education and research. Fidelity to the Gospel urges us to emphasize human dignity and social justice as we create healthier communities. CORE VALUES REVERENCE INTEGRITY COMPASSION EXCELLENCE Keith Heuser (right) presents Roger Stack with a certificate in honor of his years of service. DECADES OF SERVICE Inside Ministry of Healing P.2 We're Committed to Your Safety P.3 For the past 45 years, Roger Stack, Materials Manager, CHI Mercy Health, has played a behind-the-scenes role, helping people heal, one supply order at a time. Keeping track of hospital inventory, purchasing supplies, and distributing them takes a logical mind and ordered approach, making Roger essential to the health of the entire hospital. He views it as a healing ministry—one he is not ready to retire from yet. "This role lines up well with my faith, allowing me to use my gifts to equip others to do their jobs with excellence," Roger says. "We all have different skill sets and really do act together, as one team, to support the health of Valley City." At the annual banquet, CHI Mercy Health President Keith Heuser gave Roger a monetary gift for his four decades of service. He plans to save the money—a decision consistent with his methodical approach to life. For Roger, stability is key. "What matters to me is being there for the people who need me, and CHI Mercy Health has provided me with tools to do my job well and a flexible work schedule to be there for my loved ones," Roger says. Off the clock, Roger enjoys spending time with his wife, JoAnn, and his four adult children, watching live and televised sporting events, and making woodwork and artwork.

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