Loveland and Berthoud Life Centers are managed by House of Neighborly Service staff and Board of Directors.

Glorie Magrum, Executive Director (17 years with HNS):

Glorie Magrum is the Executive Director of House of Neighborly Service and the Life Center.  She is a graduate of Long Beach City College and Eagle Rock University, Long Beach.  She worked at Hewlett Packard/DCD Ft. Collins and Loveland’s Reporter Herald Publications before joining the House of Neighborly Service staff in 2001.  Glorie received the United Way “Collaborator of the Year” award in 2010, Loveland Rotary Club’s “Community Member of the Year” award in 2012, and the Leadership and Service Award from the El Pomar Foundation’s North Regional Council in 2018.  She is an active member of the Larimer County VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters), serves on the Board of  Directors of King’s Kids Africa, and multiple community committees.

House of Neighborly Service (HNS) coordinates the Life Centers in Loveland and Berthoud.  It has used a model of sharing space with multiple organizations for over 30 years.  The benefits to clients and organization are invaluable-its a WIN WIN that adds to the overall health of a community.

History:  HNS was established in 1961, when the Loveland Council of Churches came together with the united vision of creating a central location to meet the needs of families and individuals facing crises.   Life Centers are a greater extension of  this vision, creating greater impact and accountability to those being served, and providing a place where the entire community can get involved through contributions and volunteerism.

Board of Directors

House of Neighborly Service and the Life Centers of Loveland and Berthoud are governed by a Board of Directors representing a diverse group of compassionate and caring people.  They give their valuable time, business and professional expertise, support HNS and the Life Centers with financial and personal commitment, and act as ambassadors to promote our mission.