Finding Comfort in Uncertain Times with Lin Sue Cooney
In times of great stress, we are especially vulnerable. Staying positive, maintaining daily connection with others and regaining a sense of control in our lives can help ease distress and isolation. Hospice of the Valley’s Director of Community Engagement Lin Sue Cooney, will share some ideas to successfully move through these changing times.
Lin Sue Cooney is director of community engagement at Hospice of the Valley… overseeing marketing, fund development, volunteers and creative services. Prior to her work with hospice care, Lin Sue spent 31 years as a newscaster for 12News. Now, instead of delivering the latest headlines, she connects our community to the compassionate care provided by one of the largest not-for-profit hospices in the country. She grew up in Great Falls, Montana, graduated cum laude from Willamette (pronounced Will-lamm-it) University in Salem, Oregon and received her MSJ from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She and her very spoiled standard poodle Max are a pet therapy team for Hospice of the Valley and love bringing cheer to patients and families.