Stacie Hoey: A Valued Volunteer

Stacie Hoey: A Valued Volunteer

by Jane Eppard | 12.05.2020

Stacie shares, “Family Hope Foundation is an organization I care deeply about. I believe all people have gifts to share with others and deserve every opportunity to succeed.  The support and opportunities Family Hope Foundation offers our community helps the individual child, as well as the whole family.” 

Stacie is a registered Occupational Therapist but has not worked in that capacity since her eldest son was born.  She is proud to say, “I have become a ‘professional’ volunteer in the community.  I have always felt passionate about volunteering and serving in our community. I pray that I have instilled this same love of volunteering in my own boys.” 

Stacie served on Family Hope Foundation’s Board of Directors and has returned as a faithful volunteer for the development and marketing committees. Stacie shares, “Family Hope Foundation is an organization I care deeply about. I believe all people have gifts to share with others and deserve every opportunity to succeed.  The support and opportunities Family Hope Foundation offers our community helps the individual child, as well as the whole family.” 

Stacie also volunteers with Kids Hope and Hand2Hand and the Hope Store through Fellowship Church in Holland.  

Stacie is married to her high school sweetheart, Doug.  This year they celebrated 25 years of marriage. Doug is an Emergency Physician at Holland Hospital. They have two sons.  Their oldest son, Sean, is a senior at Hope College. Their youngest, Ben, is a sophomore at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.  

Stacie’s passion in life has always been her family.  However, with two boys in college, she has gained some free time. When not volunteering, Stacie loves to golf, read, and is a wonderful cook. She also enjoys watching baseball games – GO Detroit Tigers – listening to many types of music and seeing Broadway shows.

Says Family Hope Foundation of Stacie’s commitment, “Stacie is always willing to jump in and tackle any project.  We are blessed to have her skills, commitment and passion for our mission.” 

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