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Mary LaRonde Named December Volunteer of the Month

Mary LaRonde Named December Volunteer of the Month!

December 20, 2021

December Volunteer of the Month Mary LaRonde Mary joined CASA in 2019 and is on her third case. A former foster mom, adoptive mom, and retired teacher, she is no stranger to the ins and outs of the child welfare system, and decided to bring her extensive experience working with children to our organization. Mary is currently serving on two cases, advocating for a total of 6 children th

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Judy Edwards Named November Volunteer of the Month

Judy Edwards Named November Volunteer of the Month

November 30, 2021

November Volunteer of the Month Judy Edwards Judy first joined CASA after attending a Light of Hope event in 2019. After years of considering fostering and adoption, she saw the opportunity CASA provides in serving children in need, and joined our efforts in 2020. She is currently advocating for 2 young children who she had served as a CASA for on a previous case. The case had been previously

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Anu Anupindi Named October Volunteer of the Month

Anu Anupindi Named Volunteer of the Month

October 28, 2021

Anu joined CASA earlier this year and is currently advocating for two teens. The case initially came to light when the older teen expressed abuse was happening in the household. Safety precautions were put into place that allowed the youths to stay in the home with their mother. Anu started strong on the case right away, visiting their schools, talking to their counselors, and meeting with everyon

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Heidi Armbruster Named September Advocate of the Month

Heidi Armbruster Named September Advocate of the Month

September 30, 2021

Heidi is currently advocating for two school-aged children, who were removed from their home after it was found their mother was struggling with drug abuse. The children were initially placed in a kinship placement. However, problems began to arise. The children were found to be missing significant amounts of school, were experiencing behavioral issues, and were having visits with their mom in

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Jane Hay Named August Advocate of the Month

Jane Hay Named August Advocate of the Month

August 23, 2021

Jane Hay was sworn-in as a CASA volunteer in January 2020 and has volunteered on one case since that time, serving three children aged 7, 6, and 2 years old. The children have been in foster care throughout the case and have made strong connections with their foster parents. Jane describes the children as “the sweetest, most delightful little kids that you could imagine!” She reports t

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Charlene Campbell Named July Advocate of the Month!

Charlene Campbell Named July Advocate of the Month!

July 29, 2021

Charlene Campbell has been a CASA for over 10 years and found her passion for this work after retiring from her 30-year career as an educator. She currently advocates on two cases, one that is headed toward adoption for a one-year-old boy, and another for a 9-year-old boy who has been bounced from home to home in foster care. This second case was a perfect fit for Charlene’s experience as an

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Mariah Trench Named June Advocate of the Month

Mariah Trench Named June Advocate of the Month

June 23, 2021

Mariah first learned about CASA through her grandmother, who used to be an Advocate Volunteer. After going to school for nonprofit management, she went through training and joined our program early last year. Her first case, dealing with two young boys, was brought to the attention of the department when a relative made an allegation of abuse from their parents. While there were no signs of abuse,

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Beth Jubera Named May Advocate of the Month

Beth Jubera Named May Advocate of the Month

May 19, 2021

Beth joined CASA last September. She advocates for 3 children who were removed from the home after the mother was found to be struggling with substance abuse. The children were placed with a relative, who has provided a loving and safe home during the case. As the children were placed in therapy and had regular visits with the legal team to discuss their tough situation, Beth saw the valueshe coul

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Irene Randall Named April Advocate of the Month

Irene Randall Named April Advocate of the Month

May 13, 2021

Irenehas been a CASA for over 11 years. Her current case involves two toddler-aged boys, who were placed in foster care after being removed from their mother's home for substance abuse. The boys had been on a similar case a year before, meaning they had spent the majority of their lives in foster care. While they fortunately were placed into the same foster home as their previous case, they st

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Jaclyn Tirone Named March Advocate of the Month

Jaclyn Tirone Named March Advocate of the Month

March 31, 2021

Jaclyn Tirone March Volunteer of the Month Jaclyn is a mom, business owner and healthcare worker who joined CASA last year. She has volunteered in numerous roles and wanted to bring her skills to the child welfare sphere. She has been advocating for a youth whose situation was brought to the department's attention after reports of negligence. The youth had been diagnosed with diabetes at a

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Caitlin and Dustin Stallings Named February Advocates of the Month

Caitlin and Dustin Stallings Named February Advocates of the Month

February 26, 2021

Caitlin and Dustin Stallings February Volunteers of the Month Caitlin and Dustin joined CASA in the beginning of 2020. After becoming familiar with the program through family and friends, they decided to go through training and take a case as a team. They are now on their second case, where they have been advocating for four siblings. The children were removed for a variety of child welf

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Christine Polliard Named January Volunteer of the Month

Christine Polliard Named January Advocate of the Month

January 20, 2021

Christine Polliard January Volunteer of the Month Christine Polliard advocates for a young boy and infant girl. Their case opened when they suffered neglect due to family difficulties and the need for some additional supports. When Christine first came on the case, the little boy was struggling with regulating his emotions. He was recommended for grief counseling when his public o

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