Meet the Sound of Life Foundation Team
Sound of Life Foundation…Helping Individuals with the Cost of Hearing Aids & Changing Lives One Hearing Smile at a Time
Rosie Barrick, Executive Director, Administration
For the last 25 years Rosie Barrick has worked, in one capacity or another, helping people gain an improved quality of life. She was the administrator for Intermountain Audiology and transitioned to the non-profit side. After attending several hearing mission trips around the world, she knew that her calling was to help individuals in poverty-stricken circumstances. She is dedicated to helping as many people as she can and wants everyone to enjoy life and be productive members of society.
Franchesca Anderson, Director, Community Services
Franchesca graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She and her husband moved to the St. George area so that he could attend medical school. Franchesca has always been very dedicated to community service and outreach. As the Director of Community Services at the Sound of Life Foundation, she loves to work with foundation applicants in helping them find the solution that is best for their hearing aids. She firmly believes that everyone deserves to hear the sounds of life no matter what their economic resources may be.
Steve Reusch, Advertising and Art
Steve is Graphic Designer with over 27 years experience in Marketing, Company Branding and Commercial Print. He has created design concepts for many businesses in Southern Utah including: Intermountain Audiology, Southern Utah Parade of Homes, Boy Scouts of America, St. George Chamber of Commerce and Washington County Fair to name just a few. He has a passion for design and enjoys helping businesses and individuals get noticed through innovative design and exceptional customer service. Steve’s marketing skills have proved to be invaluable to the Sound of Life Foundation.
Luann Hutchins, Volunteer Coordinator
Luann was born in Southern Illinois and grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. Luann has 20+ years of community and patient relation skills. She loves to help in her community and organize volunteers for the many Sound of Life Foundation events. She has two grown daughters and loves getting together with them when they are in town. In her spare time she enjoys the mountains and hiking along the canyons. A few times a month you can find her out enjoying the local golf courses in Southern Utah. In addition to golf, she is probably best known in the community for her many medals won bowling in the Huntsman Senior Games each year.