Kindness. Compassion. Experience.
Our staff is comprised of skilled, experienced people who care deeply about carrying out the important mission of Our Lady of Peace. We work together to keep our organization running smoothly and providing the best possible care to our patients and their loved ones.
Joe’s tenure with Our Lady of Peace has seen much change, from the development of the first long-term care-based hospice in Minnesota to the transformation of St. Mary’s Home to an all private room nursing facility. His unwavering dedication to our organization ensures our important mission can continue.
Dr. Michael Pinchback is a family medicine doctor in Robbinsdale, Minnesota and is affiliated with North Memorial Hospital. He received his medical degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine and brings many years of experience to Our Lady of Peace.
Matthew has devoted over 30 years to caring for patients at Our Lady of Peace. He received his RN degree from the University of Minnesota. His knowledge and compassion are invaluable to those we serve.
Nancy has worked in the field of hospice and home care for over 18 years in California, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. She received her BSN from UW Oshkosh. She has been with Our Lady of Peace since 2007 and enjoys working as a team with other disciplines across hospice care.
From her background in elementary education to her experience with Alzheimer’s patients at the Marian Center in St. Paul, Lisa brings an unparalleled passion for helping those in need to Our Lady of Peace.
John Henry Hullsiek graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Communications and Marketing and has over 30 years of experience in the field. He also serves as the Director of the OAK foundation, helping organizations to achieve positive impact in their communities.
Paula Fischer has been the Director of Highland Block Nurse Program since 1992.
She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Certificate of Pastoral Ministry.
She feels blessed to work with elders and their caregivers, providing services to help them remain in the homes and neighborhood they love and being part of Our Lady of Peace’s mission of quality care to the community.
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Each of our board members brings a diverse collection of personal and professional experiences as caregivers to their role with Our Lady of Peace. Their guidance has been invaluable in creating the organization we are today, as well as providing a vision for what we might be in the future.
Jim Miller | Chair
Kim Webster | Vice-Chair
Angie Swetland | Secretary
Mark Meyer | Treasurer
Joe Stanislav | President & CEO
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Douglas J. Bruce
Fr. John Malone
Stephen E. Otto