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Heather Aberg, LSW, Bereavement Counselor
Aberg Heather WebsiteHeather has worked for Mt. Evans since 1999. She has a BA in psychology from the University of Colorado and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Denver. Heather lives in south Evergreen with her husband and three children. She enjoys hiking, skating, camping, skiing, and spending time with her family. “I live and work in the warmest and most beautiful community. What a wonderful organization to work for–the volunteers, employees, and clients are so kind and thoughtful. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else in the world!”


Rev. Dr. Patrick Jordan, Chaplain
Jordan Pat website Reverend Pat started with Mt. Evans in 2008. As a Mt. Evans chaplain, he sees patients at the Life Care Center of Evergreen and Elk Run Assisted Living.  After a stint in the U.S. Navy, Pat attended San Diego State University and Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.  He was ordained in 1970 and received his doctorate in 1986 in San Francisco. Pat has four grown children and 11 grandchildren. He lives in Lakewood and has been married for six decades! He enjoys supporting people who are in serious situations, and he loves having no administrative responsibilities!


Barb Lamperski, MSW, Director of Bereavement
Lamperski Barb WebsiteBarb  has been with Mt. Evans since 1997. Barb received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. She currently lives in Evergreen and enjoys traveling, hiking, yoga, and spending time with friends and family. Barb says that she feels fortunate to work with and care for people who inspire her.




Christy McLaughlin, LPC, Bereavement Counselor and Director of Volunteers for Camp Comfort
McLaughlin Christy WebChristy has been at Mt. Evans since January 2012. She has a Masters of Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She attended Appalachian State University and the University of Colorado at Denver for graduate school. Christy lives in Evergreen with her husband and two children. She enjoys long-distance running and racing, playing on the many trails in Evergreen and other mountain areas, and traveling to the ocean once or twice a year with her family. Says Christy, “While I’ve worked with hospice since 2006, becoming a part of the Mt. Evans Home Health and Hospice team has been a truly incredible experience. I am proud to work with such dedicated and caring staff and volunteers, and I really enjoy how involved Mt. Evans is in our great community.”


Nancy Nelson, RScP, Chaplain
Nelson Nancy websiteAfter living in Kansas City for 45 years, Nancy moved to Evergreen in 2009 years ago to live and hike in the beautiful mountains she’s always loved. Nancy is a licensed Practitioner in the United Centers for Spiritual Living and serves as a spiritual counselor in the Prayer and Care Center of Mile Hi Church in Lakewood. She attended Rocky Mountain Center for Education and Training and completed four units of pastoral education to become certified in the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy. She feels blessed and honored to work with the incredible staff at Mt. Evans and is committed to bringing the presence of love, companionship and compassion to all of our patients. “My life has been deeply enriched through my work at Mt. Evans.”


Mary Noonan, MA, Bereavement Counselor
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Mary received a BSW from Iowa State University and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Nrwich Univeristy.  She has lived in Colorado since leaving the Midwest in 1985, and in Evergreen with her family since 1991.  She enjoys many different activities including cycling, swimming and traveling with family and friends.  Prior to joining Mt. Evans in 2008, she worked in a variety of mental health settings as well as early childhood/parent education as a psychotherapist/consultant.  All of that has culminated in her working in what she says is the best job she’s ever had.  “The people are compassionate, bright, and hard working…something every Midwesterner appreciates.”


Wendy Snow, Social Worker
Snow Wendy websiteWendy received her B.A. from Lake Erie College and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver. She came to Mt. Evans in 1992. She and her husband, Chedd, live in Golden. Wendy enjoys walking with her Black Lab, gardening, reading, and gatherings with their four children, five grandchildren, and two great-grandsons. She says, “I love having the opportunity to work with dedicated, skilled staff and volunteers to serve our mountain communities.”



Rhonda Knapper Voisinet, LCSW, Social Worker
Voisinet Rhonda websiteRhonda Knapper Voisinet is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a long history of working with children, youth and families.  It was a natural transition for her to begin working with Mt. Evans patients and their families in 2012.  Rhonda lives in Evergreen with her husband, Chris, and their toy Manchester Terrier, Sami.  They split their time between Colorado and Arizona.  Rhonda enjoys good books, good movies and great friends. 


Bev Wennogle, LMFT, Bereavment Counselor
Wennogle Bev WebsiteBev has been working as a Marriage and Family therapist for over ten years. One of her areas of specialization is grief and loss. Right after moving to Evergreen in 2006, she volunteered at Mt. Evans and felt inspired and motivated by that experience. She believes in the mission of the organization, and finds the staff to be incredibly dedicated. So it is with gratitude she would like to share her knowledge and skills with the Mt. Evans community as part of the staff. Bev welcomes getting to know you individually, as a family, and/or in groups organized around specific needs. Hiking, swimming and biking are sports Bev enjoys. Spending time with family and friends is on the top of her list for free-time activities. She also likes reading, knitting, and doing Sudoku puzzles that aren’t too hard!