Local Springfield High School Valedictorian creates custom mural for Heart of Hospice office

August 3, 2020

Local teen and Springfield High School Valedictorian creates custom mural for Heart of Hospice’s office

(Covington, Louisiana) – Mason Sibley, Springfield High School Valedictorian and Class of 2020 graduate, teamed up with Heart of Hospice to create a custom wall mural for their new office space.  

Heart of Hospice contacted Sibley after seeing his work on buildings throughout the community following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The murals focus on community building, small business support, and spreading positivity. Sibley has illustrated two children’s books and worked alongside Disney animators on a variety of special projects.

Prior to taking on Heart of Hospice’s project, Sibley met with the agency staff to learn more about the company’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Pillars of Success.

The completed mural incorporates the company’s six foundational Pillars of Success: Employee Satisfaction, Customer Satisfaction, Quality, Compliance, Growth, and Financial Performance. The mural also includes a wheelchair by the base of an American flagpole, symbolizing the sacrifice of our Veterans and Heart of Hospice’s commitment to serving those who have served their country.  

Cheryl Smith, Heart of Hospice Administrator, shares: “We are grateful Mason took the time to share his talents with us. His artwork truly captures the heart of the company and will bring joy to all who see it.”

Anyone interested in seeing Sibley’s artwork can visit the office at: 1001 Service Road East Highway 190, Covington, LA 70433. Due to current COVID-19 precautions, staff requests a call prior to visiting. The office can be reached at: 985-549-1877.  


About Heart of Hospice

Our vision is to transform end-of-life care in the communities we serve. We currently provide care to 16 regions across Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and South Carolina. We believe all hospice-eligible patients and those who love them deserve the best care at the end of life.

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