Delaware Hospice announces new hires

July 15, 2014

Delaware Hospice recently announced the addition of the following individuals to its staff:

Christine Coleman, CNA, of Milford joins Delaware Hospice as a certified nursing assistant. Coleman’s experience includes long-term care facilities in Delaware and Idaho.

Midge DiNatale, BA, of Milton will work as a bereavement counselor. DiNatale earned her BA in behavior science from Wilmington University and holds professional certification as a grief counselor. She brings to Delaware Hospice more than 25 years' experience in the field of health and social services, and mental health and substance abuse counseling.

Patricia Groff, CNA, of Milford will work as a certified nursing assistant.

Kristie Huester, RN, of Laurel joins the staff as a registered nurse. Huester attended Delaware Technical and Community College for her associate's degree in nursing, and her professional experience includes long-term care, home health, and pediatrics.

Megahn Jamison of Dover takes on the responsibilities of program representative. Jamison holds an associate’s degree of arts from Chesapeake College.

Marion Reasa, MA, of Milton will perform the duties of chaplain. Reasa holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Regis University and was ordained as an interfaith minister by The New Seminary in New York City. Reasa’s experience includes providing patient and family spiritual support, pastoral bereavement counseling, individual and couples counseling, wedding ceremonies, and memorial and funeral services.

Darlene Robinson, BSN, RN, OCN, of Milton joins Delaware Hospice as a case manager. Robinson attended Temple University for a bachelor of science degree in nursing. She holds professional certification as an oncology certified nurse. She brings to Delaware Hospice 17 years of experience in oncology, ambulatory care, and home care in hospice and acute care environments.

Rolonda Sutton-Greene, LPN, of Bear will work as a licensed practical nurse. Sutton earned her LPN diploma from Delaware Technical and Community College.

Since 1982, Delaware Hospice has provided exceptional care and support to 44,000 patients and their families. Its mission is to help each patient, each day, live the fullest, most comfortable life possible. Delaware Hospice is accredited by the Joint Commission, the nation’s leading healthcare standards-setting and accrediting organization. For more information about Delaware Hospice’s programs and services, upcoming events, or employment opportunities, call 800-838-9800 or go to

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