Bob Mueller, CFRE, STM

Bob Mueller, CFRE, STM

Senior Vice President, Development

Bob leads fundraising efforts and fosters philanthropy in all Hosparus Health communities to ensure all who want and need our services receive those services regardless of ability to pay. His team's efforts also fund innovative research and program development to advance the hospice care model. A former Roman Catholic priest, Bob originally joined Hosparus, Inc. as a chaplain in 1989. During his early years with our organization, Bob offered counsel and ministry to Glade House, a facility for men with HIV/AIDS.

During his 28 year tenure with our organization, Bob has provided valuable counsel to patients, families, staff and volunteers. His commitment to our organization is based on his unwavering passion for patient care and ensuring that we will always be able to care for all patients who seek our services.
A leader in his field, Bob is a certified fundraising professional and is a past recipient of the Fundraiser of the Year award from the Louisville Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). He is past president of the AFP chapter and current president of the a Kentuckiana Charitable Gift Planners.

Bob is a regular contributing author to several local publications. His three books Look Forward Hopefully, The Gentle Art of Caring, and Create a Better World are available on Amazon. Currently serving as priest and bishop in the United Catholic Church, Bob brings a rich understanding of the spiritual and emotional dimensions of life.

Bob and his wife, Kathy, enjoy travel, movies, dining out and spending time with their two dogs, Sadie and Stella.

Blog Articles by Bob Mueller, CFRE, STM

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  • by Bob Mueller, CFRE, STM • June 7, 2019

    SVP of Development Bob Mueller says it's human nature to focus on what we don't have, but we can't allow an obsession over what's missing from life steal our joy.

  • by Bob Mueller, CFRE, STM • May 31, 2019

    SVP of Development Bob Mueller says time plays a big role in creating and perpetuating unhappiness. Don't be a slave to the clock, but instead make the most of each day.

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