Volunteer Spotlight for Rogers County Senior Companion Program: Joe Mooney

Joe Mooney has been with the Senior Companion Volunteer program for eight years. Volunteering fills Joe with a large amount of satisfaction knowing he makes other people happy. The happiest moment of his life was holding his son in the delivery room. Joe’s biggest influence was his father who taught him “you don’t get anything for nothing,” giving Joe a great work and moral ethic influence. He enjoys reading Stephen King, telling stories of his life, and helping others. The best advice Joe could give is “get schooling”. Joe Mooney, we appreciate all your hard work you do for the community. The SCP is currently seeking both clients and volunteers.

For more information on this program and how it can help an older person in your life , contact the Rogers County Senior Companion Program at the Rogers County Health Department. 918-341-3166.

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