Meet Aaron Mishler
Aaron graduated from Goshen High School in 2007. Feeling the call to duty for our nation, Aaron joined the Indiana National Guard as a medic, and then joined the Army Reserves as a Nurse. His dedication to the wellbeing of others led him to volunteer for many humanitarian missions.
Aaron deployed twice to Houston in response to Hurricane Harvey where he gave tetanus vaccinations to people working to repair damage to homes and businesses. He deployed to North Carolina to assist victims of Hurricane Florence, providing medication and wound care. Following Typhoon Soudelor in Saipan, Aaron deployed to provide medical assistance. In Puerto Rico, he helped in hospitals and walked through neighborhoods seeking out those in need of medical treatment. And most recently, he traveled to the Navajo nation in New Mexico to aid in their struggle against COVID-19.
Internationally, Aaron has volunteered in Liberia during the Ebola crisis, in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew, and in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. Currently, Aaron serves as a volunteer nurse with Americares and Heart to Heart International.
Locally, Aaron worked as a Corrections Nurse before becoming the Regional Lead RN for HRA-IQ Inc. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Aaron has provided advice to Mayor Rod Roberson of the City of Elkhart, as well as the Elkhart County Health Department.