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01/29/2020
Chaplain Spotlight: Terry Livengood
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Where do you live (city/area)?

I was born at Aultman and I graduated from Perry High School in 1981. I currently live in the Massillon/Tuslaw area.

College/degree/licensure?

I received a master’s degree in Theology from Walsh University. I also completed a two-and-a-half-year internship and chaplain training in Cleveland. I am a certified thanatologist, which means I specialize in death and dying.

When did you become a chaplain at Aultman Health Foundation?

I have been a chaplain at Aultman for 13 years.

At what facility? What is your role?

I spend my time between Woodlawn and Aultman Hospital. I am a lead chaplain in Spiritual Care, which means I focus on four areas – patients, families, staff and clergy. My other responsibilities include administrative duties, speaking engagements, community event planning, teaching Medical Ethics and World Religion at Aultman College and membership of several committees.

How did you decide to become a chaplain?

I pastored in three different churches for 17 years. One of my favorite parts of my ministry was visiting parishioners in the hospital setting. I enjoyed the personal, intimate environment, and I realized that this was one of my strengths.

What do you like best about your career?

I love journeying with families. I enjoy facilitating for families who may not even know what they need. I’m not there to fix anything – it’s just about being present.

What are some of your hobbies/interests?

I enjoy playing the piano, refurbishing my home, decorating, gardening, wood working and spending time with my grandkids.

Tell us about your loved ones (parents, spouse, children, grandchildren).

I am married to my wife, Jane Marie, and we have three adult children – Abby (Benny), Emily (Jonny) and Zachary. I have two grandchildren – Eliza Jane and Duke Dominic.

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

For several years, I was an art teacher - even though I am color blind!

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  • Corporate Communications - 04/06/2020 - 5:55pm (4 months ago)

    Thank you for reaching out with your question, David. We'll send you an email with more information. Thank you!

  • david tebbs - 04/05/2020 - 10:57pm (4 months ago)

    Do you need volunteers?

  • Susan Pallaye - 02/06/2020 - 2:28am (6 months ago)

    Terry is the real deal. He has kindness, patience, sense of humor. I always appreciated his Blessing of the Hands each year for nurses week. Wherever you see Terry in Aultman Hospital, you see his humility and his compassion for others. God Bless you, Terry

  • Rena Hamilton - 02/05/2020 - 3:19pm (6 months ago)

    As a retired Aultman nurse, had the privilege of seeing Terry make a difference in the lives of patients, families and staff. Having friends to whom Terry ministered during the final days of their loved one, his interaction with them was a huge source of comfort! You can feel his love and sincerity as soon as he enters an area. May he continue to impact many people in his humble and caring ways.

  • Shannon Kincaid - 02/05/2020 - 2:56pm (6 months ago)

    Terry,
    I miss seeing you and being part of your ministry at the hospital! Thank you for always responding so quickly to my phone calls!
    Blessings to you,
    Your frequent caller from CVSICU
    Shannon Kincaid

  • Suzanne Mayle - 02/05/2020 - 2:29am (6 months ago)

    As a retired nurse of Aultman, every time Terry’s name was mentioned, I would smile. He was always there for the patients, their families and the nursing staff. God bless this man.

  • Jo Hobson - 02/05/2020 - 2:05am (6 months ago)

    Amazing man he has been there in so many ways for me and my family.

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