Carmen McKeever

Get to know your Southeast Nebraska Area Manager

 Carmen joined Liberty with over thirty years of specialty experience in the Healthcare industry. She previously worked in health care, where she managed operations, patient communications, and resource management. She is also in the process of obtaining her certification to become a Community Health Worker. Carmen graduated with a dual Agricultural Communications and Advertising Major from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

  1. Where is your hometown?

 I was born and raised in Bruning, Nebraska and moved to Wymore, Nebraska after my college days ended!

  1. How long have you lived in your region?

  I have lived at our “house on the hill” in rural Gage County/Wymore area for 30 years.

  3. Why did you want to be the Area Manager for your region?

I wanted to be a part of the Liberty team when I heard about their mission of connecting communities.  It has always been a passion of mine to help people and I find it gratifying when our Liberty team goes the extra mile to extend a helping hand.                 
  4. If you could be a superhero, which one would you be and why? 

 This is too funny because I never really paid much attention to cartoons when I was young, but I did like the DC Comics superhero, Isis. An Egyptian Goddess in the Universe (and most of you will not know who Isis is because I’m one of the older Area Mangers!), when Isis got ready to use her powers she always said, “Oh zephyr winds that blow on high, lift me now so I can fly.”

  1. What is one fact that few people know about you?

 I am very passionate about agriculture and love to teach people how we live in rural Nebraska.

  1. What is your favorite success story/outcome in your region so far? 

 I was able to help a gentleman with a ride to a Lincoln hospital for surgery and when I visited with him on the way to Lincoln, I could hear the fear in his voice he had for his upcoming surgery.  During our trip I tried to connect with him and let him know that he would be well taken care of and that our Liberty team would help him get back home.  I made contact with him every day while he was in the hospital and then helped him get booked with Liberty for his ride home.  Our Liberty team went above and beyond for this gentleman’s transportation needs, but we established a relationship that will remain forever.

  1. What do you see is the biggest need for increasing mobility in your region? 

The biggest need for transportation services in our area will be for those needing help with transportation to Lincoln for advanced medical appointments that are not offered at our local medical facilities.

  1. What is your best knock-knock joke?

I’m terrible remembering jokes, but I found this one and thought it went with along with Liberty and transportation!                

Knock knock

Who’s there


Cargo Who

Car goes Beep, Beep!


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