Liz Franklin is an educator and administrator, and was one of the founding members of the Threshold Care Circle. Her experience with dying family members and her work in schools and abroad has had a profound influence on her views about death and life in America. She is passionate about empowering individuals to take control of the most important decisions in their lives.
Susan Nesbit is a home funeral educator and a hospice volunteer. She has been honored to serve friends, families, and loved ones during and after death. She is committed to empowering people by teaching them about their choices surrounding this sacred and powerful transition. Susan is co-owner of the Viroqua Healing Arts Center and currently works at Youth Initiative High School as the Development Assistant.
Kelly Whited-Ford is a home funeral and green burial educator who joined the TCC board in 2011 after having the profound privilege of caring for a friend through her journey into death. Kelly is interested in bringing back our forgotten, but natural tradition of caring for our dead at home and enjoys developing opportunities in which people can gain the skills and knowledge needed to be confident in providing this life affirming service for their loved ones. She believes home funerals and green burials are the most environmentally responsible and financially friendly options available to us and hopes to establish a Conservation or Green Cemetery in the Driftless region. She has many years of experience as a community organizer, event planner and home educator. If you are interested in joining the Conservation or Green Cemetery group please contact Kelly through the “Contact Us” page.
We are located at 500 East Jefferson Street, Suite 202, Viroqua, WI 54665Private