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Linda Condrey Tripp

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Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer and Founder
    Care Solutions
  • Executive Director
    Care Solutions
  • Owner
    Care Solutions

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Angel Ministries
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Web References
Others nominated for the award were: ..., 22 Oct 2008 [cached]
Others nominated for the award were: Linda Tripp, chief executive and founder of Care Solutions, Care Providers, Employment Solutions and Angel Ministries;
The News-Star Online Edition - Monroe [cached]
Linda Tripp, owner of the private provider Care Solutions, said previous employers rarely give information on how their ex-employees performed.
She said she understands the intent of labor laws is to protect ex-employees, but a special exception should be made for caregivers.
"Their (employment) records should be public knowledge," she said.
Federal law mandates states keep a registry of nursing home caregivers that includes the person's work history and any findings of abuse or neglect.No such system exists for caregivers of people with mental retardation in Louisiana.
"I've always said there should be a registry somewhere for caregivers that have been let go because of patient care," Tripp said.
"There's no organization that you can go to.Nobody wants to take responsibility to do that, and nobody wants to share that kind of information because of liability."
• Just an ordinary life
Nominees are Linda Tripp, ..., 6 Oct 2007 [cached]
Nominees are Linda Tripp, executive director of Care Solutions/Angel Ministries; Robert Canterbury, president of Applied Information Management Sciences Inc.; Patsy Edmondson, owner of Patsy's Emporium; Deborah Cofer, first lady of the University of Louisiana at Monroe;, Diane Green Smith, retired professor of library science at ULM; Christine Berry, director of insurance studies at ULM; Frank Kelly Jr., artist and owner of Creative Paintings Inc.; and Sue Patel, owner and general manager of Comfort Suites of Monroe.
Angel Ministries Network, 3 June 2013 [cached]
The Angel Ministries Network was founded by Linda Condrey Tripp in 1998 to demonstrate Christian charity throughout Ouachita Parish and the State of Louisiana. In 1997, Linda's son, Taylor, was struck by an automobile while riding his bicycle. He could have easily been taken, but God spared his life by sending an angel to save him. To honor God's great mercy, Linda founded The Angel Ministries Network.
Linda Tripp, founder of ..., 7 Oct 2007 [cached]
Linda Tripp, founder of Angel Ministries, shares her story
The hub, said founder Linda Tripp, is the prayer room.
"Without this, the rest wouldn't be possible," she said.
Reared in Monticello and Lake Providence, Tripp tells others that she wandered in the wilderness for 40 years before being led by God to what she was meant to do - take care of others.
"God put me where he wanted me to be, to take care of people, and that's really how I feel about my life experiences," Tripp said.
She has been able to spread her care through her organizations.
God first opened the doors for Tripp to run Care Solutions and Care Providers more than 10 years ago, she said.
"This is obviously a dream of mine to be able to assist people in a lot of different ways," she said.
Then, when her son was hit by a car in August 1997, Tripp was shocked to arrive on the scene and find that her son was able to look up at her from the ground and smile.
"When we got in the ambulance, Taylor said, 'Mama, God was with me,'" Tripp said."And I said, 'Baby, he's with us all the time,' and he said, 'You don't understand, God was with me.'
"And I didn't understand, but that night after realizing what he had been spared, I wanted to do something to glorify God and honor him for sparing my child," Tripp said."And that's how Angel Ministries came about."
The ultimate goal of Angel Ministries is to provide care for people who don't have someone to care for them, Tripp said.
In recent years, Angel Food Ministries, which is based out of Georgia, has become a part of Angel Ministries.
"We are able to give families about $70 worth of food for $25," Tripp said."We also just got a grant for us to have a $50,000 walk-in cooler so that we can be a distribution center for Angel Food Ministries; I'm really excited about that."
Around 500-600 people participate each time the service is offered, with different people signing up each time, Tripp said.Plans are in the works to open up a program in Columbia as well.
Angel Ministries also runs a resale shop, which allows it to help families and provide them with household goods.Heavenly Gifts, a retail shop for Angel Ministries, is also in the works.
On top of those projects, Tripp said Angel Ministries is working to bring hyperbaric chambers to their site to
help people with many different health issues through oxygen treatment.
Also, singer Mark Leland, who wrote the song "Missing Pieces" about autism, is doing a Christmas album for the organization that will be available at Christmas time, Tripp said.
"We are going to have the first Angel Ministries Holiday Extravaganza," Tripp said."It's going to be a free concert and variety show, and we'll take up a love offering for Angel Ministries, but it's my way of kind of giving back to the community."
Tripp especially hopes people with special needs will come, be entertained and have an evening they can enjoy.
She is proud of the team that she has working toward the same goals.
"They're very dedicated and very attuned to what we're doing ... I'm amazed at it sometimes," she said.
Ten years after a car struck her son and she determined in her heart to start Angel Ministries, Tripp sees the path that has led her to where she is.The path will only continue where God leads.
"It is milestones like your 10-year anniversary that make you reflect on where you've been, and God's timing is not our timing," she said.
Linda Tripp is the founder of Angel Ministries and Care Solutions.Angel Ministries won the volunteer of the year award at the Twin Cities Mayors' Committee on Disabilities Award.
To participate in an Oct. 26 golf tournament fundraiser for Tripp's organization at Frenchman's Bend, call 362-0036.
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