Board and Management

Angel View is governed by a volunteer board of directors who donate their time and expertise. All are committed to ensuring the high-quality care we provide our clients is perpetuated through strong fiscal oversight and policy making.

The board meets monthly September - June. The public is invited to comment at the start of meetings held in February, May and September. Please contact us for specific meeting dates and locations, or you may submit a comment online that we will provide to the board.

Carole Haes Landon, President

Retired Business Owner/Crisis Center Grief Counselor

Henry Kotzen, Vice President

Nursing Home Administrator

Kira Lee Klatchko, Secretary

Superior Court Judge

Helene Kalfuss, PhD, Treasurer

Retired Speech Pathologist

Rudy Barela, Director

Certified Public Accountant

Robert Hargreaves, Director

Attorney

Rich Wheeler, Director

Retired Educator

J. Chris Mobley, Director

Business Owner

Walter Johnson, MD, President Emeritus

Neurosurgeon

V. Manuel Perez, Director Emeritus

Supervisor, Riverside County District 4

Management

Angel View's senior management team brings a wealth of knowledge to our daily operations. All have many years of experience in their chosen fields.

Programs/Services

Executive Director: Patti Park

Controller: Mary Meze

Director of Program Services: Cindy Cliburn

Director of Grants: Catherine Rips

Director of Development:  James Lindquist

Media/Communications Manager: Patricia Myers

Stores
General Manager
: Tracy Powers
Assistant General Manager:
Shelly Lee


Francisco

Francisco’s Story

Three days before his 18th birthday Francisco was in a car accident. The driver was unhurt, but Francisco, who attended Palm Springs High School, suffered a traumatic brain injury. Since then, he’s lived with his parents, who along with his siblings, provide his care.

Now 37, Francisco attends the Angel View Day Program for adults with developmental disabilities. One of his accomplishments is his improved punctuality. He’s ready each morning when our driver picks him up. These days, instead of sleeping in, Francisco enjoys companionship, recreation and therapeutic activities. He’s learning work skills like document shredding that will enable him to participate in our new work placement program. He can’t wait!