A native of Appleton, Wisconsin, Sister M. Anselma spent her childhood on the ski slopes of the Upper Peninsula, camping in the northern woods and enjoying the excitement of Green Bay Packers home games at Lambeau Field. She is youngest of seven children and entered the religious congregation of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George in 1997. During her years of years of apostolic work, she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville and an MBA from St. Louis University, using them as she served in human resources and hospital administration in the OSF Healthcare system.
In January 2020, Sister M. Anselma came to serve as Administrator here at the Mother of Good Counsel Home after having become familiar with the Home as one of its Board members. Using her education and experiences in healthcare, she is passionate about building a team focused on living the Sisters’ Mission and creating a true “Home” for each of our residents where they are loved, nurtured, and can live the mature years of their life with great joy and freedom of spirit.
Director of Nursing
Joining us from her hometown of Wood River, IL, Robin graduated from Lewis and Clark Community College as a Registered Nurse in 1993. Growing up, the opportunity to have a close relationship with both sets of grandparents, two great-grandmothers and one great grand-father instilled a deep familiarity and respect for our elderly. Before joining our team, she spent the past 27 years in several skilled facilities in a variety of capacities, but felt a genuine connection with the mission of our Home to provide the care and love our aged residents deserve. Her efforts at streamline nursing processes, yielding increased consistency, and all while laser-focused on the well-being of our residents, yield a seamless and genuine acclimation of our residents to the Home. And when she’s not here cheering on our residents and staff, she enjoys being with her family and ardently cheering on the St. Louis Cardinals- GO CARDS!
Director of Finance
After completing his Bachelor’s degree in Finance at University of Missouri-Columbia and Master’s degree in Business Administration at University of Missouri-St. Louis, Keith Vollmer spent the next 28 years working as a construction accountant in the private sector. In 2012, he sought work that he would find more intrinsically rewarding and spiritually satisfying. He was led to Mother of Good Counsel Home, where his grandmother lived in the 1960s, his aunt in the 1980s, and his father in the late 1990s until his death in 2000. His mother also was a quilter here for decades. After tackling the finances every day, Keith helps paint rooms, trim trees and plant flowers. He is a “handy” and generous man who embodies the Home’s mission of joyful service in all things.
Activities Department Supervisor
One of 12 children from Texas, Sr. M. Juliana’s reversion to the Catholic faith led her to the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George in 1997. She was transferred to MOGCH in 2008 were she began as a CNA. After receiving her Associates Degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant, she assumed the role of Activity Supervisor where, alongside her Activities team, she enjoys creating resident experiences that engage heart, mind, body, and soul! To know they are loved is her goal. Her own encounter with God’s mercy and healing in her life is her driving force and source of passion for sharing God’s unconditional love with those who feel unworthy and broken in spirit.
Director of Engineering
Tim came to us from work in other senior properties and facilities. He is a certified manager of maintenance, a certified pool operator and holds EPA and HVAC certification. Here at the Home, he manages the facility and grounds. He and his team oversee and maintain all of the day-to-day operations. They can be found doing everything from hanging pictures to creating an isolation unit – and fulfilling this service with kindness, courtesy and diligence. Tim enjoys all things outdoors. His hobbies contribute to his skill in maintaining properties. Tim is devoted to his family, having three daughters and seven grandchildren.
Food Service Manager
Bio coming soon!