Current Volunteers

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1st row (L to R): Maura Rogan, Charles Lynch, Becky Mulkerrin (no longer with IVC), Susan Carsello, Susan Olenski; Domenica Moroney, Peggy Cunniff, Mary Ellen Smajo, Mary Amelse; 2nd row (L to R): Tim O’Brien, Kathleen Joyce, Edna Lubuguin, Marta Sayeed, Camille Devaney, Joan Brennan, Susan McGowan, Barbara Flynn, Sharon Zandell, Patricia Burke, Mary Frances Jablonskis, Marilyn Russo, Peter Amelse 3rd row (L to R): Kenneth Campagna, Joan Dixey, Frani Luehrs, Mike Tyrrell, Gary Gardner, Mike Philipp, Andy Gore, John VanVranken, Mike Galbreath, Paul Krug; 4th row (L to R): Peter Goschy, Jeanne Schuett, Ruth Terry, Don Gimbel, Keith Schoenberger, George Casson, Jorge Caicedo, Sheryl Ann Marcoullier; top row (L to R): Richard Shea, Robert Kielian, Rich Pozdol, John Meade, Patrick McCourt, Michael Schrauth, Mark Avery; Gerald Noonan, Charles Malatesta, James McLaughlin. Missing from photo: Mick Basila, John Conniff, Fr. Jim Dixon, SJ, Kathleen Donnelly, OP, Jacqueline Fitzgerald, Hope Gillespie, Patrice Johannes, Maureen Kennedy Barney ,Kate Kniest, William Kniest, Charles Lucas, Sue Lucas, Michael McGillicuddy, Susan McHugh, Don McKay, Fr. Jack O’Callaghan, SJ, Richard Sibbernsen, James Sweany, George Valentine.

 From our volunteers…

“I feel truly blessed to be associated with IVC. The experience of tutoring young immigrants, along with the support of IVC colleagues, has enabled me to grow spiritually in my own life.” –John

“IVC has given me the opportunity and challenge of living my faith and deepening my spirituality.  It has helped me to have a sense of purpose in my retirement.” –Joan

Volunteering with IVC has helped my faith grow immeasurably, through my service, through our monthly meetings and reflections. My placement is with a religious outreach for people with mental illness on Chicago’s west side. This work is an opportunity to be companions in faith with these men and women. Our monthly IVC gatherings give me a chance with others who are also doing God’s work. All good! –Don

“For me, IVC is a way to give back and to see God in everything” –Jorge

“I have been in IVC for 8 years. Previously, I tried two other volunteer programs but wasn’t able to sustain my volunteer commitment because there was no support. The IVC monthly meetings and reflection program have made all the difference…” –Mary

“IVC is the ultimate combination of giving and receiving. It’s this balance that makes it so appealing.” —Mike

“Through IVC I am evangelized by those I am called to serve.” –Camille