Testimonials and Reviews

testimonialsreviewsTestimonials and Reviews for Chaplain Cary Kozberg – Columbus OH Caregiver Support


“As Director of Nursing, I was fortunate to work with Chaplain Cary Kozberg. His understanding, compassion, and strong recognition of patient choice greatly contributed to a quality end of life journey for many individuals. While some situations were more difficult than others, Cary’s respect for individual dignity and choice facilitated positive outcomes for those he served.”

Catie Mawer, Director of Nursing
Wexner Heritage House
Columbus, Ohio

“Saying a final farewell to one’s mother is not easy, even when, after years of her suffering from dementia, fully expected. Chaplain Kozberg was able to gently guide me through a process that enabled him to capture the essence of who my dear mother was – out of that process was born a eulogy that I will treasure all the days of my life, it was as though he knew her…..”

Tony Shill
Columbus, Ohio

​”After all Mother had done for our family, it was our turn to do the best for her. It is can be daunting to make decisions for a 93 year-old woman who has always been independent and on her own. During this time of uncertainty, Cary’s guidance and advice was instrumental in helping us make the right decisions for our mother. His experience and personal knowledge made it much easier to enable Mom to maintain her health, independence, and dignity.”

Bruce & Mary Beth Boster
Family Members

​”Having worked closely with Cary, I can affirm that he has the rare heart of a servant who is always available, always willing, always giving. He is skilled in facilitating honest conversations with true understanding and acceptance, helping people to find strength in moments of weakness, and peace in times of conflict..”

Michelle Kiner, Director of Nursing
Otterbein Skilled Nursing and Rehab
New Albany, Ohio

“Cary was with both my mother and me at the end of her life and made this journey much less difficult for both of us. He knew how to ease the fears and deal with the eventual sorrow at the end, always treating my mother with respect and understanding. He taught me to understand and accept my feelings and fears, and helped me to find the strength that I needed at the time. Twenty-five years later, he remains a presence in my life.”

Lynn Schmidt
Family Member






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