HOISINGTON — The Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation recently honored Jane Steinert, Hoisington, for her 14 years of dedication to the organization. Steinert of Numbers Plus has volunteered her time and knowledge as the bookkeeper and treasurer of the organization since 2006.
According to Steinert, “When I was asked 14 years ago to help with the accounting for this organization I couldn’t think of a better way to donate my time and abilities to an organization so dedicated to providing benefits and support to those in time of need, both emotionally and financially. I have met so many families and people through the years that can never be forgotten. I appreciated the opportunity and it has truly been a pleasure to have served.”
“We’ll never be able to thank Jane enough for all of her time and support of Kans for Kids over these past 14 years,” said Duane and Debbie Reif, directors. “Jane has not only been there to do all of the bookkeeping for us, she’s always been available to answer questions and give valuable advice. She’s also volunteered her time to help at many of our fundraisers and events. God Bless Jane as she takes more time for herself and her family.”
Kim Loesch, Hoisington, will assume the responsibilities of bookkeeping for the organization. She is a graduate of FHSU with a degree in Accounting. “When I learned that Kans for Kids would be needing a bookkeeper starting in January 2020, I knew it was an excellent way for me to continue giving back to this wonderful organization, as my term as a board member will be ending December 2020.
“With my degree in accounting and my bookkeeping experience, it was a perfect fit,” said Loesch. She has been a member of the Kans for Kids board for five years and is currently employed by the City of Hoisington as the Deputy City Clerk. Her husband, John, was one of the ‘kids’ of Kans for Kids and is a Hodgkin’s Disease survivor. They have two children, Aiden and Josie.