Pharmacy tech volunteer shares kindness with those in need

Rosalyn Evans

Pharmacy tech volunteer shares kindness with those in need
May 25
14:40 2022

By Abbey McCall

Rosalyn Evans has been a familiar face in the Crisis Control Ministry (CCM) pharmacy for 10 years now. Before coming to volunteer at CCM, she was the nurse manager at the Veteran Affairs clinic in Salisbury. She had previously worked with a crisis hotline, inspiring her commitment to community service. 

When Rosalyn retired, she knew she wanted to give back to the community she lived in. She decided to volunteer with CCM and said she enjoys assisting patients in the pharmacy. About her experience in the pharmacy, Rosalyn said she found that “people are a blessing and extremely appreciative.” She loves getting to share kindness with neighbors going through difficult times. 

When Rosalyn isn’t volunteering in the pharmacy, she enjoys traveling with Ron, her husband of 48 years. Together, they have traveled the nation through Christian Tours travel agency. One of her favorite trips was to Alaska where she spent two weeks taking in all the natural beauty. She saw glaciers, moose, bears, and stunning views. To date, Rosalyn has traveled to 42 states and is looking forward to exploring the New England states in the fall. 

An avid member of her church, the Church of Christ, she is involved with their Sunshine Ministry. She has recruited several members of the Sunshine Ministry to get involved at CCM, too.

Rosalyn tells everyone about her volunteer experience at Crisis Control. To anyone who may be interested in volunteering with CCM, Rosalyn shared, “You’ll never regret it for a day in your life. You can really help people.”

For more information about Crisis Control Ministry and volunteer opportunities, please visit


Abbey McCall is the director of community and volunteer relations for Crisis Control Ministry.


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