Our Team- St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation
Former Mine Manager - Mosaic
Don came to Esterhazy in the 1960’s to work at the mine and worked his way up to General Manager retiring in 2006. Don & his wife Jean raised 4 boys and were involved in every aspect of the community. Don became involved in health care early in his time in Esterhazy and in 2001 started Charity Golf and has continued to be the driving force behind the success of Charity Golf. Unfortunately, Jean died in 2009. Don’s focus on health care has become a passion for him and he is instrumental in the drive toward a new combined Hospital & Care Home
Former Mosaic Employee
Don Bernath – is a life long resident of the area and was born in the old hospital. Worked at IMC and Mosaic for 39 years in Accounting and Land & Mineral Rights. Resides in Stockholm with wife, Luella. Has four married children and 12 grandchildren.
Facility Administrator St. Anthony's Hospital - Esterhazy
Daniela Fiske - I had a very positive care experience as an orthopedic patient and that inspired me to at least consider the possibility. Once I had my diploma, I began working for Home Care in this area and did that for 13 years. I also spent 6 months as the area's Palliative Care Coordinator and 6 months as the regional LTC Bed Coordinator. On moving to Saskatoon, I spent 4 years nursing at City Hospital on a post-surgery unit. During that time, I managed to complete my Nursing Degree and on our return to Esterhazy, I worked as a general duty nurse at St. Anthony's and spent a year with Public Health before moving on to management first in Yorkton at Home Care and then to St. Anthony's Hospital Leadership. As a Nurse Leader, I continue to make the people of this community and area the priority of care, advocating and working to maintain current services, and continuing to grow the community and network connections to strengthen future community/area services. I am honored and grateful to have the opportunity to work with the St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation for the betterment of the community's/area's health prosperity.
Sean Gorecki - Sean is a manager of Esterhazy Agencies where he works in the financial services industry. Growing up locally, Sean has seen the importance of volunteer work in community development. Sean looks forward to contributing his skill set to the foundation and learning new things. In his free time, Sean enjoys hiking, skiing, and traveling.
Marty Pfeifer - Marty Pfeiffer and his wife, Shawna, reside in Esterhazy. Marty has lived in Esterhazy most of his life. He has worked underground at Mosaic for 26 years. Marty was born in the hospital and was diagnosed with a brain tumour there. This experience, along with his service on the town council, has made Marty a passionate supporter of health care in Esterhazy. He wants to not only maintain but expand, the health care services provided in Esterhazy