Our Staff

Michael Lutz
Executive Director
Mike was hired as the Executive Director in January of 2016 and is a homegrown Copper Country resident growing up  north of Calumet, Mi. He is a graduate of Calumet High School and Michigan Tech University. Mike has been working in the healthcare industry for over 30 years. Those careers include Mercy Ambulance, Apria Healthcare and Baraga County Memorial Hospital.  He draws on his strength in customer service and finance. He has been an active member of the community, and is a member of the Houghton Rotary Club,  lives in Houghton with his wife, Sue. Golf and snowmobiling are at the top of his outside interests. Mike says “As executive director of Omega House, I am committed to leading the way in keeping our strategic vision moving forward as we become a leader and resource in the community for end-of-life issues.”



New Staff Join our Team

Omega House is pleased to announce the hiring of 3 new staff members to our caring team. All three were hired in December and bring a wealth of knowledge that will enhance many phases of our business and mission.

Pam Aho is a registered nurse and has accepted our newly created Patient Care Coordinator position. Aside from providing direct resident care, her role is to lead and further improve the quality of care that our team of certified nursing assistants deliver by training and sharing her knowledge as a hospice nurse. She resides in Mohawk with her husband David of 34 years; they have 6 children and 10 grandchildren. In her free time, Pam enjoys watching the grandkids, watching sporting events, reading and yoga. Pam feels very blessed that she found her passion in hospice and wants to give, loving, compassionate care to residents of Omega House.

Mary Rowe will be overseeing and managing our day-to-day business operations in a part-time role. She is a CPA with an extensive accounting background. Mary lives in Dollar Bay with her husband and children. She enjoys walking, baking and watching her children participate in various sporting activities.

Peggy Hill has been hired as a part-time volunteer coordinator. She is a licensed physical therapist and will be the driving force in volunteer recruitment. She lives in Hancock and enjoys animals, outdoor activities and playing the banjo.

Pam Aho, RN, Mary Rowe, Peggy Hill