Christopher W. Bogosh RN-BC, B.Th
Christopher W. Bogosh, RN-BC, B.Th., is a psychiatric mental-health nurse with academic training in theology and philosophy. He is the author of several books and articles on medical ethics from a Christian worldview perspective and the founder of Good Samaritan Books. After an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army as a medical specialist, Chris pursued a degree in nursing. After graduating from Massachusetts Bay Community College's nursing program in 1997, he enrolled in Haddington House Theological School on Prince Edward Island. In 2009, Chris earned a Bachelor of Theology honors and received ordination. Chris passed the American Nurses Association (ANA) psychiatric mental health board exam in 2017.
Chris is the director of Good Samaritan Books and a psychiatric nurse working in home health care. He enjoys reading, studying, writing, quiet, hiking, cycling, and dogs. He strives to live a Life of Prayer according to a modified form of the Benedictine Order. He is devoted to the theology of the Protestant Reformation and to the liturgical traditional of Christianity.
Heidi T. Klessig MD
Dr. Heidi Klessig attended medical school at UW-Madison, where she also completed a residency program in anesthesiology. She received the American Board of Anesthesiology’s certificate of added qualification in pain management. She was a founding partner of the Pain Clinic of Northwestern Wisconsin and was an instructor for the International Spinal Injection Society.
After her husband was diagnosed with a brainstem tumor, she retired in 2007 to devote time to her family; homeschooling her two children through high school, and caring for her husband, Darrel. Her household now also includes her elderly mother who has dementia. She enjoys the outdoors, the study of language, history and the Bible, and is an aspiring pianist.
About the fish: it's a 38" tiger musky I caught while jigging for walleye. I wasn't using a leader, it should have cut my line a hundred times. Total gift!