Published on September 2, 2022
Senior communications specialist and editor, Asante News
Nicole Doran, Epic ambulatory analyst
5 p.m., Aug. 26: "Our garden at my boyfriend's house in Twisp, Washington."
Mujahid Rizvi, MD, medical director, Asante Cancer Centers
11:13 a.m., Aug. 10: "Onboard our ferry. 'It can gradually suffer erosion just like the Statue itself suffered erosion. You have to attend to Liberty. —U.S. Rep. Barbara Jordan."
Gary LaVenture, medical home program manager, APP
Aug. 27: "View from Port Cailhau , a 15th century defensive gatehouse, looking down at a plaza in Bordeaux, France."
Heather Hicks, clinical decision unit/ARRMC ED
5 p.m., Aug. 15: "The magnificent Lake Superior from the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse Tower."
Kara Ballenger, regulatory specialist, Heimann Cancer Center
10:22 a.m., Aug. 26: “Morning coffee on the balcony in Porto, Portugal.”
Susana Nicoletto, CNA, ARRMC
7:07 a.m., Aug. 7: "From my hotel room in Italy overlooking the village of Cortina d'Ampezzo and the Italian Alps known as the Dolomites."
Shawna Dawson, staff assistant, ATRMC Utilization Management
1:16 p.m., Aug. 7: "At Pope-Baldwin Historic Estates in South Lake Tahoe."
Amy Larson, decision support analyst
9:34 p.m., July 6: "Downtown San Diego with fireworks at Petco Park after a Padres win."
Bonnie Kirby, purchasing buying, Asante
9 a.m., July 22: "Venice, Italy."
Barry Westling, respiratory therapist, Cardiopulmonary
5:15 p.m., July 29: "A nice summer drive home from AACH to ATRMC."
Terry Croft, PSR, APP–Internal Medicine, Ashland
Noon, May 7: "Art of the Fire exhibit at the Malgrem Garage in Talent."
Dalana Patterson, phlebotomist, AACH
"Our window for the outpatient lab."
Shirleen Holt, internal communications, Communications and Marketing
4:16 p.m., July 11: "My back deck baking in 100-degree heat, Sun Oaks, Medford."
Robin Hanson, ARRMC trauma manager
4:14 p.m., May 10: "View of the palm trees and the Mediterranean Ocean from my hotel in Toulon, France."
Jenn Lisac, analyst, Asante Payroll
1:14 p.m., July 13: "Mt. Thielsen on the drive to our last camping weekend."
Lacey Boyd, cardiac sonographer, ATRMC
7:30 a.m., July 11: "The beautiful morning view at my home in east Medford."
Stephanie McMaster, nurse, Heimann Cancer Center
June 8: "A rainbow as a storm rolled in over North Carolina."
Katie Forester, clinical manager, ARRMC Neuro/Ortho
8:50 p.m., June 30: "Looking through the window that will eventually be my living room in Sams Valley."
Steve Ryan, IT analyst, ITS
9:13 p.m., July 3: "A view from Dutchman Peak fire lookout behind Mt. Ashland."
Shawna Dawson, staff assistant, Resource Management
6:55 p.m., April 19: "New to Southern Oregon, I captured a double rainbow. It symbolizes new beginnings and transformation."
Dianne Nicholls, CMS, Resource Management
6 a.m., July 3: "Viewing the patio after the hail storm the night before."
Deborah Baker, senior accountant, Asante Finance
11:30 a.m., June 2: "If only for a moment, this was my view from a window while in home overlooking Magnolia Silos in Waco, Texas."
Barbara McLaren, HR specialist
1 p.m., June 26. "Right before we used the pool for the first time this season."
Tracy Whipple, patient service rep, APP
4 p.m., July 7: "Bob looking through the window of our home in Eagle Point."
Melanie Lyda, nurse, ATRMC IMCU
4 p.m., July 10: "My pomeranian, Bisay, at Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park."
Tracey Renfree, staff assistant, ARRMC Volunteer Services
1:30 p.m., April 16: "Jo's point of view."
Darcy MacLeod, executive assistant, AACH
April, 2022: "Oliver watching the turkeys on the lawn."
Lauren Van Sickle, sr. public relations specialist
1:55 p.m., June 18. "Mozzie at 4 months, wistfully surveying his outdoor garden."
Desiree Feyerharm, manager, ARRMC General Medicine
12:45 p.m., May 20. "Leda looking out my front window in Central Point."
Valerie Indihar, medical assistant, APP–Urology:
Noon, Aug. 17: "Live dinner theater with wild birds at the feeder in Talent."
12:35 p.m., Feb. 21: "Cat, interrupted. Orangey curiously questioning why this T-Rex interrupted his garden view."
Stephanie Feeley, clinical documentation analyst, Epic
8 a.m., March 10: Zoe and Newman (cat) watch my son walk to school."
Betty Kreger, respiratory therapist, ARRMC Cardiopulmonary Rehab
3:43 p.m., April 6: "Bahama with eyes on the neighborhood in Medford."
Debbie Daggett, development officer, Asante Foundation
4 p.m., March 31: "My cat Chillie chillin' in her hammock."
Ann Marie Riggs, consultant, Communications and Marketing
3 p.m., July 7: "Plum tree outside my home office, which I share with Riley."
Dana Emard, specimen processor, ARRMC lab
6:53 a.m., April 20: "Best chunky boy Jackson (Kiki) getting used to how a window sill works in his new house."
Genevieve Predmore, ITS Service Desk supervisor
6:30 a.m., June 14. "Alice is having a stare-down with a well-upholstered neighbor cat. A literal Peeping Tom." 😊
Kim Tomlinson, critical care scheduler, ARRMC
9:43 a.m., July 2: "My daughter's kitty, Beans, watching birds at his aunt's new home."
Marlene Thomas, hospital coding
7:40 a.m., June 21: "Boo looking out at the beautiful day."
Vicki DeJohn, staff assistant, ARRMC Hospice
Noon, July 4: "My two kitties, who are brothers, look out the window together."
How to enter
Our annual summer contest is
A View from My Window, a photo series that lets us live vicariously through you — wherever you are this summer. Submit your best photo taken from any window in your house, barn, car, boat or even a hotel room between Jan. 1 and Aug. 30, 2022, and you may win a prize!
Here are a few rules:
The window frame, panes or sill must be visible in the photo.
what we’re seeing and where and when the picture was taken. (“View of my garden in Grants Pass, 11 a.m. June 13.” “Aboard a cruise ship in Alaska, 6 a.m., July 5,” etc.) Entries taken earlier than 2022 or without a location, time and date, may be rejected. Email your submission to
. Include your [email protected] name, job title, department and facility in the email. Photos should be sent as an attachment .jpg and not embedded in the body of your email or other document.
One photo per person.
Photos will be posted on Asante News Online and may be shared on Facebook. The best photo as judged by Asante Communications and Marketing will win a $50 Tango gift card and bragging rights. The winner will be announced in Asante News.
Questions? Email us at
. Happy snapping! [email protected] Photography pro tips
Clean the glass.
Turn off your flash to prevent glare.
Turn off interior lights that might reflect in the glass.
Avoid taking the picture when the sun is shining directly through the window.
Professional photographers use polarizing filters. If you know what those are you’re halfway there.
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