Auxiliary Volunteers

Volunteer of the Year

Nancy Thompson

Congratulations to Nancy Thompson, the 2016 St. Joseph Volunteer of the Year. Each year, nominations from other volunteers and Medical Center Staff are received and from these a volunteer who exemplifies the mission and philosophy of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is chosen. Joining the St. Joseph Auxiliary in 2005 and volunteering in excess of 4,600 hours, it is fitting that Nancy has been selected for this honor.

Nancy grew up in the small town of Fair Oaks, California, where she lived through high school before moved to Sacramento. She worked for the State of California and then Hartford Insurance, where she met Bob Thompson. They were married on September 3, 1966.

After retiring, Bob and Nancy moved to Lewiston, where she began her volunteer service at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. Nancy works in the St. Joseph Emergency Department and for the St. Joseph Toy Workshop. She currently volunteers at least three days a week at the Medical Center and another day each week at the KRLC/Salvation Army Quilters.

Nancy’s dedication to the patients and the staff she assists at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center demonstrate why she is such a deserving recipient of the St. Joseph Volunteer of the Year for 2016. Congratulations to you Nancy and thank you for your service!

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