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07/10/2019
Chaplain Spotlight: Darrell Maze
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Where do you currently live and where did you grow up?

I grew up in Colliers, West Virginia, about 30 miles west of Pittsburgh. My career path led me to Canton, and we have lived in Perry Township for the past five years.

Tell us about your educational experience.

After high school graduation, I attended an art school in Pittsburgh. While I was there, I felt a call to the ministry and transferred to Indiana Wesleyan University, where I received a bachelor’s degree in Pastoral Ministry and a master’s degree in Divinity. This fall, I will be pursuing board certification through the Association of Professional Chaplains.

When did you become a chaplain at Aultman Health Foundation?

I began working for Aultman Health Foundation in February 2019.

At what facility do you work? What is your role?

I work at Aultman Hospital, Aultman Woodlawn and Aultman Compassionate Care Center. As a clinically trained chaplain, my role is to facilitate patients, families and staff in using their own belief system, whether they have a religious background or not, as a resource for greater wholeness and well-being.

How did you decide to become a chaplain?

After college, I began ministering in a small church in West Virginia. During one of my hospital visits to the emergency department, I was faced with a tragic experience that involved two teenagers and their grieving mothers. I realized in that moment that I had nothing to say. This experience sparked my interest in how an individual’s belief system could impact their overall health and sense of well-being. Becoming a chaplain has allowed me the opportunity to help people align their care plan with their beliefs and values.

What do you like best about your career?

I get the privilege of journeying alongside people when they are going through some of the toughest times in their life. I find that to be very sacred and meaningful work.

What are some of your hobbies/interests?

In my downtime, I enjoy mountain biking, woodworking, gardening, cooking and playing guitar.

Some of my current professional interests are in spirituality and its role in patient and employee experience, resilience in the midst of suffering and spirituality and the body. I’m also interested in reading and possibly conducting research that examines the relationship between spirituality and positive patient outcomes.

Tell us about your loved ones.

My wife’s name is Dianna. She was born at Aultman, so a big shout-out to any labor and delivery nurses who happened to be working back in June of 1983! I met my wife during our freshman year at college. Together, we have two children, and we will be married 15 years this summer. Our son, Ethan, will be a freshman this year at Perry High School. Our daughter, Abbie, will be going into the fifth grade at Pfeifer.

Tell us something interesting about yourself that many of your friends may not know.

If I come across something wild – whether in my yard or in the woods, I can’t help but pick it up. Some of my favorites are toads, frogs, turtles, lizards, snakes, salamanders and crawdads. The kids love it – the wife, not so much.

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  • Debbie Wright - 07/11/2019 - 3:11pm (9 months ago)

    I was his Aunt when I was with his Uncle , He was always good nature , funny kid I’m so proud of you that you grew up and became a good Christian man .luv yea keep up the good work & God Bless.

  • Crisi Martin - 07/11/2019 - 12:47am (9 months ago)

    You've been a part of my life since you were just a little boy. I have been blessed by this. Don't ever lose your sense of humor or your sense of purpose. Much love to you all.

  • Nancy L Saggio - 07/10/2019 - 9:48pm (9 months ago)

    He also like to chase tornadoes. Darrell is a compassionate young man who loves life.
    He has a humble demeanor. Family is important and his love for Jesus shows in his life.

  • Louise Tate - 07/10/2019 - 9:01pm (9 months ago)

    Such a wonderful Christian man and wonderful family. Know them personally they are very special to me and my family. I love and miss them so much. We consider them part of our family

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