The Face of Caring: Jim Chuesberg
Welcome to the Face of Caring, where we highlight Cassia’s dedicated caregivers and share their passion and commitment! This month we are highlighting a member of the Redeemer family of more than 40 years.
Jim Chuesberg began working at Redeemer Health and Rehab in February of 1979 as the environmental services director. More recently, he worked as an assistant. Jim has been a member of the Redeemer family more than 40 years—and is still going strong.
When a resident or staff member needs something to be fixed, or put together, Jim is the person we count on to get the job done. His positive attitude and encouraging remarks to staff and residents are a reflection of his faith, knowing the Lord has redeemed his life.
In addition to the work he does for Redeemer, Jim and his band The Fendermen were inducted into the 2005 Minnesota Rock and Country Hall of Fame for their original song, “The Mule Skinner Blues.” Jim also has a solo album called “Living for Christ is …Totally Awesome” featuring 12 gospel favorites.
As Jim has said on many occasions, “Redeemer has been good to me.” We would surely say the same about Jim.
Thank you, Jim, for your 40+ years of dedicated service and for helping to make a better life for the people we serve.