Trish has spent her life caring for others beginning her career path as a Registered Nurse at Foothills Hospital in Calgary and now caring for families as Cornerstone’s Aftercare Counselor. Since suffering the recent personal loss of her father, she appreciates the enormity of the tasks involved in resolving an estate and how overwhelming they can seem. As an After Care Counselor, she is committed to helping your family work through your responsibilities after your loved one passes. Having known Ralph and Faith for many years, she is proud to join the Cornerstone Family and feels her work is appreciated.
Trish was born and raised in northern British Columbia and came to Cornerstone after 25 years as a Registered Nurse. She loved the technical work in nursing and carries her strong technical and organizational skills into assisting families with all the details and paperwork after the loss of a loved one.
Trish and her husband Rick moved to Lethbridge in 1990 where he worked for the City Police until retiring in 2013 and they have 2 sons, Tyler and Liam. She has a passion for helping spouses who are married to police officers and a long history of participating on committees dedicated to her family’s' social, sport and school activities.
Trish is a proud and committed community member in Lethbridge, volunteering in past years for the Host Committees of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, Canadian Senior Curling Championship, Canadian National Slow Pitch Championship, and worked at the executive level for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canadian Men’s Amateur Golf Championship, and the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship. She was in the enviable position in 2010 of working in the Motor Pool, Logistics Division for the Vancouver Olympics Host Broadcaster, Olympic Broadcasting Services. She found this opportunity to be tremendously fulfilling and a life-changing experience, motivating her to change careers from healthcare to event planning, where she worked as an Event Planner with Canhost Group.
With integrity, patience, respect and empathy I appreciate and honor those battling with illness, loss and difficulties in their lives. I say and do what I need to do. I have the ability to see meaningful things and I believe that it is important to help others keep open doors on their path when they find their plan was not the only plan.