“Meals on Wheels Helps Me Stay Independent”

A glance at Golda Huston’s resume reveals a fascinating journey from the dusty cotton fields of West Texas to the trendy department stores of Manhattan.

A Message From Our New President and CEO, Adam Hauser

Adam Hauser reflects on 30 years of service to Meals on Wheels Central Texas and looks ahead at the future of our organization as he steps into the role of President and CEO.

HAND Now a Division of Meals on Wheels Central Texas

A few words from Dan Pruett, President/CEO of MOWCTX, and Marsha Wier, Executive Director of HAND.

HAND: “If I’m Feeling Down, She Lifts Me Up”

When Mary J. St. Clair’s husband, Johnny, developed Alzheimer’s, she became his caregiver.  That’s in spite of the fact that she was battling major heart problems at the time.  Mr. St. Clair passed away in 2013; a year later, his wife found herself needing assistance in order to live independently. Fortunately, HAND was there to help.

I Just Always Liked Working With Volunteers

Some businesses are lucky enough to have one - that person who’s a walking, talking company history book.  Someone who knows the personalities, peaks and valleys, character and culture of the place, and played a vital role in shaping that character and culture.  For decades, Suellen Mills was that person at Meals on Wheels Central Texas.  Suellen retired January 31st after more than 42 years on the job.  She will be missed.