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

V. Manuel Perez, Director

Supervisor, Riverside County District 4

Rich Wheeler, Director

Retired Educator

Walter Johnson, MD, President Emeritus

Neurosurgeon

Martin H. Russell, PhD, Director Emeritus

Retired Educator

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 Development: 
Duke Graham
Director of Grants: Catherine Rips

Media/Communications Manager: Patricia Myers

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


Carrina

Carrina’s Story

For a child with a disability, mobility equals freedom. So when Carrina’s wheelchair was stolen, her family was understandably distraught. Without her chair, the 11-year old was unable to move about on her own.

Her dad called Angel View because he had heard about our wheelchair lending program. Created to help kids in urgent situations, the program enables children like Carrina to use a mobility device of ours until their insurance approves a replacement. Though officially it’s a lending program, we often give chairs to children in need, only asking for a return if the child outgrows it or no longer needs it.