Dr. Sue Dullege
Raised in Quebec, where she married and began her family, Dr. Dullege relocated to Ontario. After a 20 year nursing career, she attended Medical School at McMaster University and completed her residency at Queen's University.
Sue joined the Centre Hastings Family Health Team in 2010 where she was a member of the board and lead physician for several years. She currently resides in Tweed with her husband
Judy Farrimond is a Registered Nurse who started her career as a labour and delivery nurse and then as an operating room nurse prior to moving to Ontario from her home province of Newfoundland and Labrador. She, with her husband, moved to Madoc Township in 2011.
For the last 20 years she has been employed in the disability management field. She holds a Post graduate diploma in Community Nursing and is certified to do Life Care Plans for those seriously ill or catastrophically injured which has led to her interest in end of life care.
Vice Chair & Interim Treasurer
Roy Dullege joined the Board of Directors in 2011. His experience as a former police officer, a lawyer, small business owner, community college professor and facilitator, makes Roy a valuable asset to our organization.
As a team member of the Human Potential Consultants Inc. (HPCI), Roy has delivered training in the fields of communication, negotiation, interviewing, investigation skills and presentation skills.
Dr. Janet Webb
Dr. Webb is a family physician practicing in Madoc with the Centre Hastings Family Health Team. She has a special interest in hospice and palliative care and has been a member of The Heart of Hastings Hospice for several years.
As well as bringing her valuable skills to the Board of Directors, Janet was an enthusiastic and passionate leader for the Residential House Campaign.
Presently she lives in Tweed with her husband and well loved cats.
Emily Rashotte is a Tweed local who returned after completing her BSc in Nursing. Recognizing the valuable role Hospice plays to the local community she is pleased to join the board of directors. In her spare time she tries to keep up with her very busy son, nieces and nephew.
Carrie and her husband Dan live in Stirling, and are both happily retired. Carrie enjoyed a career in primary and community health care in the not- for-profit sector with experience in health care planning, strategic planning, quality improvement, Human Resources management, capital expansion and community engagement.
Carrie strongly supports the vision, mission and values of Hospice and the right of each individual to have the opportunity to live the best possible life they can.