Compassionate palliative care in your community


In Home Hospice Care (IHHCare) is a charitable Not-for-Profit Incorporated Association governed by a Board consisting of volunteer members who bring a diverse range of professional expertise and community representation.  They play a key role in building and sustaining Hospice care in Mount Gambier and contribute their knowledge and skills to help shape our future.

Please click on link to view a copy of In Home Hospice Care Inc Constitution - Rules In Home Hospice Care Inc September 2021 

Chairperson - Ebony Cunningham

As a family law and estate planning solicitor running Brite Legal, I'm deeply involved in community service. My connection with Mount Gambier In Home Hospice Care started with donating estate planning services, leading me to become chairperson. I'm dedicated to ensuring financial stability and expanding hospice care in our area. I am an active member of Women in Business and Regional Development and as a solicitor, bring comprehensive understanding of legal compliance and risk management to board functions. My goal is to create a more supportive community where nobody faces difficult times alone.

Secretary - Pat Dalton

Pat has been an IHHCare care support volunteer and was in the 2nd cohort of volunteers recruited and trained.  She is a former Board member at Lifeline SE, has a post-grad in Family Mediation and expertise in volunteer training and support.

Treasurer - Jenny Marshall

Jenny holds a Masters in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Business (Accounting).  She is also an accomplished author and health coach.  Jenny has been a past Board Member of Lifeline South East and is highly skilled in finance, Human Resources and Work, Health and Safety.  Jenny also provides business support to various other small local organisations, lectures at UniSA and has initiated walking groups, all for the betterment of our community.

Director - Annè Halman

Annè is a long term care support volunteer with IHHCare and was in the original 1st cohort. He is the current Regional Vice President SE Region of St Vincent De Paul Society SA and has been involved in several Boards and committees such as Chair of Schools Commission Community Projects, School Councils and Schools Boards. Annè has given extensive support in community services such as Sunset Kitchen, Lifeline Telephone Counsellor and has qualifications in Community Work and Community Development with second major in Counselling and a Diploma in Accounting.

Director - Bruce Tichbon

Bruce has been a keen advocate of our cause within the local community and brings comprehensive experience in all aspects of project management, as well as supervision of staff and financial management.

Director - Glenny Tiller

Glenny is a qualified Counsellor, working in the Grief Loss and Bereavement program funded by Masonic Trust. Glenny has supported IHHCare clients, volunteers and staff in training and counselling over the past 2 years.