Our Mission

We Strive to provide the best quality of life possible to those entrusted to our care.

Our Vision

Mother of Mercy shall be recognized for the quality of care provided through its programs and as the employer of choice by its staff.

Our Values

We take pride in our Catholic roots and Christian faith while serving everyone.

We treat all who live, visit and work here with dignity and respect.

We are committed to doing our work honestly, respectfully and cooperatively.

We believe that personal fulfillment comes through service to others.

We are diligent stewards of our human, physical and financial resources.

Board of Directors

The Mother of Mercy guiding principles for care and service to seniors were grown from Catholic roots. Our campus is led by a board which consists of five corporate members: our Diocese’s Bishop and its Vicar General, the Pastor of Seven Dolors Church, and two persons from the community.

MOM has a volunteer Board of Directors, made up of local business owners, senior citizens and former employees. They provide guidance and oversee the business and well being of the entire organization. Our corporation is made up of five companies organized to provide care and housing services to the elderly population of the area.

To learn more about our Board of Directors.

Our listing of directors and officers currently serving MOM.

If you are interested in serving on a MOM Board of Director team submit your letter of interest and a brief description of yourself and the reason for your interest by email to dmcdevitt@momcampus.org or by telephone at 320-845-2195.

Mother of Mercy Board

  • Derrick Meyer
  • Janet Salk
  • Paul Tomczik
  • Margie Lehner
  • Lowell Rushmeyer
  • Lindsey Clancy
  • Fr. Edward Vebelun
  • Randy Rothstein
  • Ron Paulson
  • Fr. Bradley Jenniges
  • Mark Knapp- Corporate Layperson

Mother of Mercy Foundation Board

  • Randy Rothstein
  • Sheila Mitchell
  • Neil Fortier
  • Paul Tomczik
  • Beth Thelen
  • Maria Hughs