Hospice SENB is a registered charity established in 2004 to promote awareness about life-limiting illnesses and end-of-life issues, and to provide grief and bereavement services and support for clients and families.

Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the Executive Director implements the organization's policies and goals within a business model of operations.

There are various committees that work in collaboration with staff and volunteers, including a building committee, Shoppe building committee, marketing, fundraising, and nominating committees, among others.

Hospice SENB's comprehensive approach to palliative care offers programs in two main areas, addressing the needs of patients and families alike:

  • Community Palliative Care: In-home support for clients and caregivers; and

  • Bereavement Care: Grief support group provides support and comfort to those grieving the loss of a loved one.

 

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is the legal governing authority and oversees the affairs of the organization.

 

The role of the Board is to provide governance and overall policy direction for the Company and ensure its financial integrity, the fulfillment of its legal responsibilities, the pursuit of its objectives and the quality of its programs on behalf of the community.  Operations are implemented by the Executive Director.

As a member of the Board, a Director acts in a position of trust for the community and is responsible for effective governance, stewardship, leadership and support of the organization.

 

The Board of Directors is ultimately responsible to the community and regulatory and funding bodies, as appropriate, for the effective operation and management of Hospice Southeast New Brunswick.

The 2020-2021 Board of Directors is listed below, including executive appointments.

 

Honororary members of the Board are Jack Cameron and Rev. Doug MacEachern. 

Dennis Cochrane

Position: 

Chair

Profession:

Business Professional

Irénée Bourque

Position: 

1st Vice-Chair

Profession:

Retired Business

Professional

Dr. Peter Lightfoot

Position: 

2nd Vice-Chair

Profession:

Retired General

Practitioner

William (Bill) Lane

Position: 

Secretary-Treasurer

Profession:

Retired Business 

Professional

James (Jim) Vaughan

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Retired Business

Professional

Lourdes O'Reilly

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Retired

Brian Cormier

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Bricor Communications

Greg Turner

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Business Professional

Valerie Roy

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Retired

Sandra Wallace

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Retired 

Manon Aubin

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Business Professional

Sue Murray

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Retired

Dr. Janice Cormier

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Family Physician

Alexandre Vigneault

Position: 

Director

Profession:

Business Professional

 

Staff

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Tradina Meadows-Forgeron

Executive Director

506-854-9530

volunteer@hospicesenb.ca

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Debbie Landry-Jaillet

Community Coordinator

506-854-9530

volunteer@hospicesenb.ca

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Germaine Robichaud

Events Coordinator

506-854-7013

events@hospicesenb.ca

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Marisa Piccini

Capital Campaign Coordinator

506-878-1243 

marisa@hospicesenb.ca

 

Residence Location - 156 Pleasant Street, Moncton

Members of the Hum-Lew-Sun Lions Club, proud sponsors of Hospice SENB, have donated land worth $200,000 to support the building of the new 10-bed bilingual residential hospice, which will serve Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties. Hospice SENB Capital Campaign Co-Chair Dennis Cochrane (far left) and Hospice SENB Executive Director Tradina Meadows-Forgeron (second from the right) joined the Lions at the site of the new facility on Pleasant Street in Moncton.

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