Sponsored content: Samantha Lovetere gets the chance to work with everyone at GHR.

“As social services designee, I work with residents, the families, caregivers and people employed here,” she said. “I’m fortunate to have the chance to interact with everyone.”

Lovetere and her husband, Josh, moved to Cottonwood from Kansas City, Mo., in December 2017. They have three children (ages 10, 8 and 6) who attend Summit Academy.

“I worked six years as a hospice nurse,” she explained. “I feel as if my background, experience, education and personality are great fits for my job here.”

Lovetere works as a liaison between GHR’s residents and others with whom they interact, helping make their living or stays as best as can possibly be. Social service designees assist residents with their basic needs, coordinate social services and act as representatives for residents who are often unable to advocate for themselves.

“I love it here,” she said. “I’m excited to be in Idaho.”

The Lovetere family enjoys all outdoor activities.

“Especially having four distinct seasons,” she smiled.


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