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John Clark, President

Carol Brooker, Vice President

Sherry McCartney, Secty/Treas.

Laura Lanfear, Vice Treasurer

Steve Seilhymer, Board Member

Kathleen Miller, Information Coordinator

Joyce Dougan, Board Member

Betty Boehler, Board Member

Sherry was born in Bremerton, WA, but raised Plains, MT, graduating from PHS in 1967. In addition to her work with CNSC, she is currently serving as Secretary for Sanders County Collaborative.

CNSC is a grassroots nonprofit 501(3)(c) organization established in 2001

to provide support to residents of Sanders County, MT, who are undergoing treatment for cancer.

 

Our Mission Statement

The Cancer Network Of Sanders County Is a nonprofit, community-based organization
that provides support to residents of Sanders County, Montana, who are undergoing treatment for Cancer.

Although I wasn’t born here, I call Montana home since I went to school, high school, and college here. After some years of travel and soul searching, I got a degree in nursing from MSU. It was the right decision. I’ve had a very satisfying career in Sanders County as a home health and hospice nurse.

Kathy was born and raised in Paradise, MT, before moving to Syracuse, NY, for college. After graduation, she taught at Western State College, Gunnison, CO. She returned to the Midwest for graduate school, then taught at the University of Iowa. She found her dream job at The University of Montana,where she taught for over 20 years. Now retirement is full time, but CNSC is still a passion.

Steve grew up in Dublin CA; he enlisted in the US Navy serving as a reactor operator and electronics tech. After his service, he worked in the Operations and Training departments at a nuclear generating plant near Red Wing, MN, and earned a BS in Physics from Winona State University. He moved to Montana in 2016 when his wife, Carol, accepted a call as Pastor for First Lutheran Church in Plains and Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Thompson Falls.

Dedication

John was born in McGregor Iowa, but was raised in Minnesota. He is a retired US Navy Veteran.

"I moved from Portland, OR, to Plains in 2014 and I love it here!"

Plan Ahead!

 

Join us for the following events

(Details on the

Upcoming Events page)

 

• Lantern Launch

      ~ Nov. 30, 2019, TBA, Plains, MT

 

• Music For Mom

      ~ May 2020

 

• Skunk Alley Run/Walk

      ~ June 2020, Hot Springs, MT

 

• Drive 4 UR Community

      ~ TBA 2020, Plains, MT

 

• Yard Sale-ing

      ~ June 2020, Plains, MT

 

• Fall Extravaganza

      ~ Oct. 2020, VFW, Plains, MT

Carol has a long history of serving the community of Sanders County, serving on the Plains School Board, taking part in activities at First Lutheran Church in Plains, and participating over the years in Sanders County Relay For Life.

Joyce came to Missoula in 1977 after being raised and educated in Iowa. Shortly after she arrived, she studied to become a Physical Therapist, and, upon graduation, became  a partner in a PT office. After 17 years she moved to Plains to start her own PT business; she practiced for another 9 years before retiring. Now she is enjoying retirement which includes traveling and having more time for Cancer Network fundraising.

Betty is from Minnesota but moved to Sanders County as a child. She  was one of the first nurses hired at Clark Fork Valley Hospital, where she worked for 25 years.

Betty has endeared herself to Sanders County by participating in a wide variety of community service organizations, including the Cancer Network of Sanders County with which she still maintains an active role.

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This website dedicated to Joyce Longpre, our Founder, who lost her courageous

battle with cancer on

March 30, 2008

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