Iroquois Memorial Hospital would not be successful without the support of our incredible staff. Some members stand out as Superstars!
Each week, we will be featuring a new Superstar staff member to highlight their outstanding commitment and dedication to IMH and the patients we serve.
This week’s featured employee is Steve Mohler. Steve has been a member of the IMH family for 30 years, with his hire date being January 1988. Steve works behind the scenes doing maintenance work for Environmental Services. He grew up in Watseka, graduated from Watseka High School, and received certification from Kankakee Community College for HVAC. Steve has always been involved with maintenance work, in some facet. As young as 16, he was already performing detailed welding work. He enjoys troubleshooting problems to find solutions, building things, and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. In his years, he has done everything from die-making to electrical work.
Outside of IMH, Steve enjoys spending time with his family and going on adventures. He and his wife of 18 years, Loretta, share a family of 5 children and 9 grandchildren. Steve’s advice is “If you want to go do something, just do it” and that is exactly how he lives. He has visited more than 8 different countries and enjoys activities like white water rafting, rock climbing, cave exploration, horseback riding, and fly-fishing. Steve is also a scuba diver and underwater photographer! In addition to his wife, he often takes his children and grandchildren to enjoy these adventures with him.
When we asked Steve what he enjoyed about working with IMH, he said, “I enjoy the diversity of work that comes with working at the hospital. There is a new challenge for maintenance nearly everyday.”
From all of us at IMH and the Iroquois Resident Home, thank you Steve for your outstanding service. You are a true Superstar in Healthcare!