For information on available services, please call: Beth Houck (434) 818-2837
Rhonda and Bruce Norconk reside in this five-bedroom, five bath home, along with three individuals that they currently support and their two dogs. All three individuals have lived in the home with the Norconk’s for over a decade. The home is equipped with a library, large enclosed sunroom, and a small pond in the back yard with fish to feed. Rhonda and Bruce have two grown children, Corey and Cooper, (three grandchildren) who no longer reside in the home. Their house lays on many acres of land with a barn that can be used as a venue for just about any engagement. The Norconk’s land offers privacy yet is only a few miles from route 29 in Madison Heights.
Both Amherst County natives, Rhonda and Bruce worked at CVTC for many years before coming to Wall as providers. They both specialize in working with disabilities, emotional, and behavioral disorders. They are well known and an active member in their community. Rhonda and Bruce take great pride in the service that they provide for the individuals currently residing in their service. Rhonda hosts several extended-family gatherings throughout the year at their home as well as in the barn on the property. The individuals residing in the home participate in a variety of community activities and social gatherings including dining out with other individuals within the agency, going to Hee Haw concerts, taking trips to the Norconk Family beach house, going fishing on the pier, and going to the movies. Rhonda and Bruce provide transportation for all social opportunities within the community.