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Interim Hospice Bereavement Team

Support That Makes a Difference

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Scott Linnerud, SCC

Spiritual Care Counselor and Bereavement Counselor

Scott began working for Interim Hospice in June 2017. He has a background of pastoral ministry of 30 years prior to finishing the chaplain residency. His pastoral theory of practice comes through his own “dark night of the soul” that God designed to use in the lives of others. He approaches grief as a sacred time of sitting at the table to process faith and feelings. He envisions these encounters as a time to look at the puzzle of a person’s grief journey and assist them with discovering where one more piece fits.During his time off, Scott enjoys biking with his wife (Barb), spending as much time with their four children and families, and running. He finds joy in writing and plans to write a book of lessons learned from his life story.

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Craig Williams, SCC

Spiritual Care Counselor and Bereavement Counselor

Craig Williams is a native of Easley, South Carolina. It was there where he met his high school sweetheart, and now wife, Aubrey. Craig, Aubrey, and their German Shorthaired Pointer, Abbie, have since moved back to Easley after living in Greenwood, South Carolina for several years. Craig completed a Bachelor of Arts in History from North Greenville University. Craig then went on to attend Erskine Theological Seminary where he earned a Master of Divinity degree. Craig is an ordained Baptist Minister. Craig thoroughly enjoys being a chaplain for Interim Hospice, even on the tough days. He finds it to be a high honor to walk with patients and families in joyful and difficult times surrounding death.

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