Howard Mick is recently retired from a legal practice that spanned a period of more than 52 years. He joined Stinson, Mag & Fizzell (a predecessor of Stinson Morrison Hecker, LLP) in 1959, later becoming a partner of that firm and serving in various management as well as legal capacities. Howard’s law practice focused primarily on business. He has served as a director on a number of corporate boards.
Howard has shared his experience with church and various civic organizations. He is an ordained elder of Second Presbyterian Church and has served as its finance chairman. He is an active member of the Downtown Rotary Club. He also has served as a volunteer, board member or advisory board member for a number of not-for-profit organizations.
Ask Howard what contribution he makes to Care Haven, and he’s likely to overlook the valuable insights he provides this small business, operating in a highly regulated industry crowded by large national chains. He’s more apt to tell you about the times he takes care of food shopping, or pitches in with meal preparation, or spends gardening with residents. Whenever Howard visits a Care Haven home, he brings another pair of watchful eyes, an extra pair of helpful hands, a ready smile and an empathetic ear.