Lifestyle Hospice Foundation partners with medical service providers by covering direct costs of care needed at the end of life such as:
- Home Care Providers
- Respite Facilities
- Medical Transport Companies
We also collaborate with various charitable organizations throughout the area providing medical equipment and supplies to individuals with whom they also are working
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) the Lifestyle Hospice Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors who come from diverse and valuable backgrounds.
President – Neill Goodfellow (Insurance Agent)
Secretary – Nancy Hunt RN (retired)
Executive Director – Tracy Warner
Board Member – Kent Fife
Board Member – Jody Stark FNP (Stark Medical)
Neill Goodfellow (President) has lived and worked in the Treasure Valley as an insurance agent for many years.
He is an avid gun enthusiast and gun safety instructor including hunter safety courses and concealed weapons permit classes.
Neill is the father of 5 children and grandfather to 20.
Neill is a volunteer in many areas such the Republican committee for Payette County, the Parma Gun Club, Search and Rescue ropes team, and he has assisted with the state of Idaho teen camp for diabetic children for 20 years and now serves on their board of directors.
Neill’s steady leadership and business acumen has been a key factor in the Foundation’s development to this point.
Nancy Hunt (Secretary) is a registered nurse and has worked in the care of the elderly for most of her professional career.
She is a mother of 5 and a grandmother to 13 grandchildren.
Nancy entered the professional workforce after her children were grown and finds value in helping seniors receive the care they need in a compassionate way.
This value and interest mesh well with Lifestyle Hospice Foundation’s charitable mission and she finds satisfaction through her involvement with the Foundation.
Nancy enjoys spending time with her family and caring for her grandchildren when babysitting opportunities arise.
Kent Fife (Executive Director) has a Master’s Degree from Washington State University and has been an owner and operator in the health club industry for many years.
He served as a volunteer board member and then became Lifestyle Hospice Foundation’s first Executive Director.
It has been a pleasure and a challenge for him to direct the development of the Foundation.
Being involved with those who receive our medical equipment and financial support has been a great blessing in his life.
Kent says, “Assisting those in need brings a good feeling and comfort in knowing you have improved someone else’s life”.