Mission Committee member dedicated to enhancing the lives of residents
Debbie Klesack joined the Rolla Presbyterian Manor Mission Committee three years ago, shortly after she moved back to the Rolla area.
As a retired senior living administrator with a master’s in health care administration, she has special insight into and interest in the needs of the Rolla Presbyterian Manor community.
“Presbyterian Manor is the best in town,” she said. “The Mission Committee does an excellent job of seeing to aspects that enhance the experience of residents.”
Debbie’s volunteer work for Presbyterian Manor gives her something she needs, too.
“It makes you feel worthwhile, that you’ve helped others—and maybe, down the road, yourself, too,” she said.
Debbie serves with several other members of the Rolla community, some of whom are Presbyterian Manor residents.
“The fact that some members are residents really enhances our committee and gives us direction and ideas,” she said.
Ultimately, Debbie says the Mission Committee is united in a single purpose: to maximize the experience of Presbyterian Manor residents.
“When people move here, we want it to be a step up for them,” she said.
Volunteers and donors are critical to helping Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America (PMMA) achieve the mission of providing quality senior services guided by Christian values. We seek to enhance all aspects of our volunteer program and grow philanthropy. Each PMMA Community Mission Committee is comprised of volunteers who are responsible for supporting and enhancing the services provided by PMMA senior living communities through volunteer activities and fundraising efforts.
To learn more about our Mission Committee, and how you can volunteer, contact Ann Caudill, executive director, at 573-364-7336.