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Jesse has been a Registered Nurse since 2004. She spent the first nine years of her career working in a local hospital in the ICU step down unit. It was during that time that she discovered her passion for caring for terminal patients. Jesse came to work with Front Range Hospice in 2013 as a Nurse Case Manager. After 2 years in that role she was promoted to Quality Nurse and then Director of Nursing in March, 2017. Jesse continues to have a passion for end of life care and feels blessed every day that she gets to work for Front Range Hospice.  

Jesse Harmon 
RN, Director of Nursing

Tara returned to Wyoming to manage a large accounting firm after completing her education in Upstate New York.  When the opportunity to move to Colorado arose, she took a management position with a large family owned furniture company and worked in a management position until the company could no longer stay viable in the economic downturn.  In February of 2010, Tara had the opportunity to take a position with Front Range Hospice as the office manager. After working to learn the medical field and ongoing education in Human Resources, she was promoted to a Director. Since having family members on different hospices, Tara’s passion is to help Front Range Hospice & Palliative Care grow and continue to provide Legendary End of Life Care. 

Tara Haught 
Director of Operations 

Taylor is an experienced hospice professional and who has been with Front Range Hospice since 2011. She has deep expertise in senior services and advocacy for our patients. Taylor holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University and a Master of Arts Degree in Gerontology from the University of Northern Colorado. Her education and current work experience is complemented by years of practice in memory care which developed proficiency with validation techniques and redirection. She has also been a ‘Powerful Tools for Caregivers’ class leader since 2010 and is an active community volunteer with organizations such as Elder Care Network, Alzheimer’s Association, Weld County Senior Law Day, and Sharing the Care Campaign. 

Taylor J Cobb 
Masters in Gerontology, Community Liaison

Greg Maeder

​MD, MBA, Medical Director

Dr. Maeder attended the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed residency at the St Anthony Family Medicine Residency. He currently works in advanced wound care and hyperbaric medicine as well as graduate medical education for resident physicians. He also serves as the medical director for Goodness Health Group, specializing in post-acute and long-term care. His philosophy of care centers on offering patients the best treatment options and honoring patient autonomy.

Victor Montour
LPN, Community Liaison

Victor is a high energy, compassionate, and goal-driven individual who approaches each challenge with his intrinsic flair for nurturing, caring and empathizing with others. Victor’s philosophy of nursing is, “to meet the patient where they are in their disease process and to help patients and families achieve the goals they have set for their healthcare needs”. Victor earned his Licensed Practical Nursing degree at Front Range Community College. Victor’s lifelong goal is to complement his natural caring personality with a strong foundation in patient and staff education, clinical assessments and enhance the end of life experience. Victor has experience working in Hospice, Acute Care, Long Term Care and Community Health. In his spare time Victor likes to read, watch a good movie, cycling and spending time with his life partner and their three cocker spaniels. 

Pam Ware
MSW, LCSW, Owner and Administrator of Front Range Hospice & Palliative Care

Pam graduated from California State College in Fullerton with a B.A. in Psychology and San Diego State University with a Masters in Social Work. Pam moved to Colorado in 1995 and worked in acute care hospitals as an oncology social worker. After working closely preparing many patients and their family to make the decision to stop aggressive treatment and choose hospice care she was given the opportunity to run a hospice in Denver in 2003. In 2006, she took her life savings, moved to Erie and started Front Range Hospice. Front Range Hospice represents Pam’s belief that everyone deserves a dignified death. Her staff is highly trained and the standards of the agency are voluntarily the highest in the industry.