OUR WONDERFUL STAFF
Amber Hetler, LPN
“I work in hospice because I love taking care of people and helping when it is needed most.”
Amber is an essential part of the agency and has a dual role that includes working as a nurse and on the quality assurance team.
Renee Rice, LPN
“I enjoy dealing with patients and their families and helping them through what is often a difficult time.”
Renee has over 30 years of experience in geriatrics and hospice.
Alisa Viloria, RN
“I find my job as a hospice nurse rewarding. I love being able to provide care and comfort to both the patient and their families in their time of need.”
Alisa has over 5 years experience
Candace Holden, RN
“I enjoy hospice because the small things like effective communication are appreciated and it makes their days much more enjoyable.”
Candace has been a nurse since 1993 in both Home Health & Hospice and has been with Sans Bois Hospice for over 3 years.
Jamie Landeta, LPN
“I began my career in the medical field in 2012 while serving as a CNA in my hometown nursing home. I completely fell in love with all aspects of the mob and continued my education by earning my Medication Aide certification in 2014 and graduating from nursing school in 2016. Working with people suffering from a terminal illness is an honor and completely humbling. I get to care for people when they are at the very end of their life, and for their families in one of the hardest parts of life’s journey. The majority of families open themselves up and allow me to not only provide nursing and care but also love and kindness. It is an honor that I am aware of every day that I get to work.
Michelle Whitehead, BSW
“I am a native of Oklahoma and reside in my hometown of Red Oak, OK. I am a proud mother and grandmother. I have worked in hospice as a Medical Social Worker for over 10 years. I graduated from Eastern Oklahoma State College, Northeastern State University, and attended The University of Oklahoma. My passion for hospice continues to grow, providing support for patients and families.
Sharon Falconer, MSW
“I’m a Stigler native, having lived in this area most of my life. I am a proud mother and grandmother. I received my Bachelor of Social Work from NSU and my Masters of Social Work from OSU. I am licensed in Social Work from the State of Oklahoma.
“It has been a privilege to serve as a Hospice Chaplain for the past 15 years. The rewards have been phenomenal. God opened the door for Hospice to become a major role in my life journey. I can’t imagine doing anything else. It’s been amazing meeting people from every walk of life. From Rodeo Cowboys to Hollywood Set Directors. No matter their background they all need the compassionate, understanding, and spiritual care that the Chaplain provides.”
“While I have pastored churches since 1986, I began serving as a chaplain in 2006. My first role as a chaplain was ministering to people who went through natural desasters. I served as a disaster relief chaplian in New Orleans, Nashville, and in Oklahoma. Since 2018, I have been serving as a hospice chaplain as well as a disaster relief chaplain and pastor. the ministry of hospice chaplian has enabled me to bring God’s presence into end of life crises.”