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2013

•Holy Cat Whiskers in Madison Township Needs New Home – News-Herald (Dec. 24, 2013)

•Madison Township Shelter Cats Bring Comfort and Purpose to Dying Man’s Final Days – News-Herald (Dec. 13, 2013)

•Bill Jindra Continues His Family Tradition of Giving – The Plain Dealer (Dec. 25, 2013)

•The Ames Family Hospice House Awarded LEED Gold Certification – The Morning Journal (Dec. 11, 2013)

•Ames Family Hospice House Awarded Prestigious LEED Gold Building Certification – LorainCounty.com (Dec. 11, 2013)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve, Make-A-Wish Offer Beginnings at the End of Life – The Plain Dealer, Cleveland.com (Dec. 7, 2013)

•Ames Family Hospice House Awarded Prestigious LEED Gold Building Certification – NASDAQ/Globe Newswire (Dec. 11, 2103)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Westlake Expansion Proves Beneficial – The News-Herald (Dec. 3, 2013)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Westlake Expansion Proves Beneficial – The Morning Journal (Dec. 3, 2013)

•Ames Family Hospice House Residents Find Happiness Through Dogs – The Morning Journal (Dec. 3, 2013)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Dogs Provide Comfort – Morning Journal (Nov. 17)

•Wellness Inside/Out – Hospice Commits to Informing African Americans – CBC Magazine (Nov. 21)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Warehouse Sale – The Lakewood Observer (November)

•Charity events — week of Nov. 11 – Ohio.com (Nov. 10)

•Free screening of World War II Memorial film for Summit County veterans and families – The Plain Dealer (Nov. 7)

•Recent event taught me surprising facts about Hospice – Euclid Observer (November)

•100 Veterans Honored for Their Service – Fox8.com (Oct. 30)

•More than 100 veterans honored at Lorain County Community College Wednesday – newsnet5.com (Oct. 31)

•LCCC hosts event honoring Lorain County veterans – Chronicle-Telegram (Oct. 31)

•Veterans Recognized in Special Ceremony (with video) – The Morning Journal (Oct. 31)

•Event planned to honor veterans – Morning Journal ( Oct. 22)

•Free Luncheon to Dispel Myths, Teach What Hospice Is and Isn’t – Collinwood Observer (October)

•Free Oct. 12 luncheon and talk on dispelling the myths of hospice: The Frugal Patient – The Plain Dealer (Sept. 25)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve selling gently-used furniture to help fulfill final wishes – The Plain Dealer (Sept. 20)

•Hospice Of The Western Reserve Hosts Walk To Remember At Zoo On Sunday, Sept. 15 – Parma Observer (September)

•Genesis guitar player rocks the Beachland for Hospice of the Western Reserve – Collinwood Observer (Sept. 12)

•Moondance, Walk to Remember, Spellbound, more – Social Calendar – Plain Dealer (Sept. 5)

•A week in the Dutch Caribbean part of second annual ‘Walk to Remember’ – Morning Journal (Sept. 13)

•Second Annual Walk to Remember – Discovering Cleveland (Sept. 13)

•Walk to Remember at the Zoo to benefit hospice patients – 19 Action News (Sept. 13)

•Hospice Of The Western Reserve “Walk To Remember” Scheduled For September 15 – Lakewood Observer (August)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Holding Fundraiser at Cleveland Zoo Sept. 15 – The Cleveland Leader (Aug. 22)

•Hospice of Western Reserve holds 35th annual meeting at The Global Center for Health Innovation – Plain Dealer (Aug. 21)

•Walk to Remember set for Sept. 15 at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo – Westlake/Bay Village Observer (Aug. 20)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve recognizes Cuyahoga Arts & Culture with Community Builder Award – Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Website

•Hooray for Hospice of the Western Reserve – HansonServices.com (August)

•Cleveland Cavaliers analyst Austin Carr and Genesis guitarist Daryl Stuermer help Hospice of the Western Reserve celebrate 35 years of service – The Plain Dealer (Aug. 9)

•Fairview Park’s Bob Juzenas honored as Health Care Hero: A Place in the Sun – Sun News (Aug. 9)

•Community Partners Invited to Hospice of the Western Reserve’s 35th Annual Meeting – Collinwood Observer (August)

•Car Enthusiast Gets His Own “Cruise-In” at David Simpson Hospice House – Collinwood Observer (August)

•Guitarist Daryl Stuermer Plays Benefit for Hospice of the Western Reserve – CoolCleveland.com (August)

•Cleveland music and concerts – The Plain Dealer (July 31)

•Social Calendar – Autism Speaks, Bravo Piano, Pajama night bike ride, more – The Plain Dealer (Aug. 5)

•Genesis guitarist Daryl Stuermer to play Hospice benefit at Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland Music Examiner (Aug. 3)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve offers dozens of bereavement support groups and classes: The Frugal Patient – The Plain Dealer (Aug. 2)

•Hospice of Western Reserve seeks volunteers – Cleveland Jewsih News (July 30)

•Dying in Community – The Black Church and Hospice Care – The Christian Century (July 23)

•Community Invited to Hospice of the Western Reserve’s 35th Annual Meeting – Wall Street Jounral (July 16)

•Letter to the Editor: Hospice of Western Reserve workers are angels on Earth – News-Herald (July 16)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve, 35th Annual Meeting (July) – University Circle.org (July)

•Bereavement camp uses horses to guide children through grief – News-Herald (July 18)

•Mary Pepperney Honored for Years of Service with Hospice – Star Beacon (July 18)

•Dozens Gather to Discuss Death at Cleveland Death Cafe – eFuneral.com (July 1)

•Social Calendar – 35th Annual Meeting – The Plain Dealer (July 1)

•Charity kite festival takes flight in Cleveland – WKYC-TV, Channel 3 (July 1)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve’s 35th Annual Meeting – LorainCounty.com (July)

•Together We Can Camp day camp offers bereavement support for children – Heights Observer ( July)

•HEALING HEARTS | Transportation from West Side Available for “Together We Can” Children’s Bereavement Camp – The Rockport Observer (July)

•“Together We Can” Camp offers support for children who have lost loved ones – Collinwood Observer (June)

•‘Together We Can Camp Offers Support For Children Who Have Lost Loved Ones – Lakewood Observer (June)

•Hearts in Flight’ at Hospice of the Western Reserve in Cleveland – The News-Herald

•Charity Kite Festival Takes Flight in Cleveland – WKYC-TV, Channel 3 (June 30)

•Waterloo Arts Fest, Tall Ships Festival are top events next week (Hearts in Flight) - Cleveland.com

•Kite festival honors loved ones, benefits Hospice of the Western Reserve – The Plain Dealer (June 24)

•Euclid Pond and Garden Tours highlight city’s hidden gems – Cleveland.com (June 24)

•University Circle, Little Italy roll out red carpet for summer of fun – Cleveland Jewish News (June 27)

•North Carolina’s “Cleveland Rocks” Mission Group Entertains Hospice Patients – The Lakewood Observer (June)

•North Carolina’s ‘Cleveland Rocks’ Mission Group Will Stop in Westlake – Westlake Patch (June 18)

•North Carolina’s ‘Cleveland Rocks’ mission group entertains hospice patients – Westlake-Bay Village Observer (June)

•Medina Veterans Honored at Weymouth Club – Newsnet5.com (June 7)

•Offer Hospice Patients a Smile – eHospice.com (June 7)

•Hospice Patients in Westlake Receive New Grand Piano – Westlake-Bay Village Observer (June)

•June 8 Ice Cream Social Honors Dads, Father Figures – Westlake-Bay Village Observer (June)

•How the Hospice of the Western Reserve Provides Dignity and Peace to Patients – Smart Business (June 1)

•Medina County Veterans to Be Honored June 7 – Cleveland.com (May 30)

•HD Video Technology is Uniting Hospice Patients with Long-Distance Family Members – Wall Street Jounral (May 14)

•Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake Celebrates Fathers June 8 – Plain Dealer (May 17)

•Lost Your Father? Westlake Ice Cream Social Lets You Share Memories, Grieve – Westlake Patch (May 16)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Hosts Hearts in Flight Kite & Garden Fest – Euclid Observer (May)

•Hearts in Flight Kite & Garden Fest – Collinwood Observer (May)

•JVS Students Give Help to Those With Dementia – Morning Journal (May 3)

•School Crisis Program Gets Funding Boost From Supporting Foundations – Fresh Water Cleveland (May 2)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Receives Continued Grant Funding for School Crisis Program – Yahoo! News

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Receives Continued Grant Funding for School Crisis Program – MarketWatch (April 18)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Receives Continued Grant Funding for School Crisis Program – Wall Street Journal (April 18)

•Mother’s Day Tea for the Bereaved – PluggedIn Cleveland (April 19)

•Tea Planned to Honor Mothers, Mother Figures – Cleveland Hts. Patch (April 19)

•Tea Planned for Those Grieving to Honor Mothers, Mother Figures – Ohio.com (April 19)

•Mother’s Day Tea Planned to Comfort Those Who Have Lost Mothers, Mother Figures – Collinwood Observer (April Issue)

•Case Study: Hospice of the Western Reserve, Ohio – U.S.A. – TelyLabs, Inc. – (April)

Ashtabula County Board of Realtors Cake Auction Raises $14,515 for Hospice of the Western Reserve – Star Beacon

•5 Steps Anyone Can Take to Make Their Healthcare Wishes Known – Reuters (April 9)

•5 Steps Anyone Can Take to Make Their Healthcare Wishes Known – Yahoo! News (April 9)

•West Side Restaurants Donate Meals, Memories to Hospice’s Residents, Families – Cleveland.com (April 9)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Volunteer Appreciation Event – Lakewood Patch (April 2)

•West Shore Area Hospice Volunteers Invited to Attend Appreciation Event April 10 – Westlake/BayVillage Observer (April 2)

•Richfield’s Dr. Terry Gordon to Speak at Hospice of the Western Resserve’s Volunteer Appreciation Event – Ohio.com (April 1)

•Euclid Residents Invited to Tour David Simpson Hospice House – Collinwood Observer (March)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Launches Meal to Remember – Westlake Patch (March 26)

•Jammy Buggars Restaurant and Pub to Serve Comfort Food to Hospice Patients – Lakewood Patch (March 26)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Volunteer Appreciation Event – Cleveland Hts. Patch (March)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Volunteer Appreciation Event – Plugged-In Cleveland (March)

•Volunteer Appreciation Event – Cleveland.com (March 25)

•4 Ways to Use Music as Medicine – AgingCare.com (March 21)

•Labor of Love: Struggles of Being a Caregiver – Medill Reports: Chicago (March 14)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Partners with 37th Cleveland International Film Festival – Yahoo! News (March 13)

•Who’s on the Move in the Cleveland Area? – Cleveland.com (March 4)

•High School Key Club returns to Hospice of the Western Reserve – Cleveland.com (February 26)

•Oldest Marathoner Turned to Running to Cope with Grief – AgingCare.com (February 26)

•Ames Hospice, Lobster Brothers making memories in Westlake: Editorial – Cleveland.com (February 24)

•Charity Events – Week of Feb. 25 – Ohio.com (February 24)

•Norton practice promotes colon cancer screenings – Akron Beacon Journal (February 19)

•Lakewood Residents Invited to Tour Ames Family Hospice House – The Lakewood Observer (February 19)

•Valentine’s Day wish granted for hospice patient – Westlake Bay Observer (February 19)

•Community Invited to tour Ames Family Hospice House – Westlake Bay Observer (February 19)

•Tour the House and Grounds at Ames Family Hospice House on Friday, March 8 – LorainCounty.com (February 17)

•Westlake Company Grants Valentine’s Day Wish for Hospice Patient – WestlakePatch (February 15)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve seeks volunteers – Cleveland.com (February 13)

•Hospice Too Often Used as “Last Resort” for Many Seniors – AgingCare.com (February 12)

•Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake hosting Open House March 8 – Cleveland.com (February 8)

•Wadsworth resident promoted at local company – Wadsworthpost.com (February 2)

•Ericha Fryfogle-Joy named Chief Marketing Officer for Hospice of the Western Reserve – Ohio.com (January 29)

•Ericha Fryfogle-Joy named Chief Marketing Officer for Hospice of the Western Reserve – Wadsworth.Ohio.com (January 29)

•Who’s ‘On the Move’ in the Cleveland Area? – Cleveland.com (January 26)

•Dr. Brandon J. Walters – Crain’s Cleveland Business (January 21)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Volunteer Education – Lakewood Observer (January 7)

•Most Influential: Elizabeth Pitorak spearheaded creation of Hospice of the Western Reserve – The News-Herald (January 4)

2012

•Charity Events – Akron Beacon Journal Online (December 30)

•Grief counselors offer helpful tips to those in need after school shooting – Newsnet5.com (December 19)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve seeks volunteers – Cleveland.com (December 7)

•Hospice volunteer training set for 2013 – Cleveland.com (December 7)

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•Veterans, families invited to public flag-raising ceremony at Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake – Cleveland.com (November 8)

•Area Veterans honored with Veteran Recognition Ceremonies – Herald Online (October 31)

•John Harvan – Crain’s Cleveland Business (October 24)

•Veterans: Don’t Miss Free Lunch, Historian on Nov. 9 – Lakewood Patch (October 22)

•Richard Mills: Singer, Track Star, Police Officer – Lakewood Patch (October 22)

•Hospice volunteers’ training set for end of September in Warrensville Heights – Cleveland.com (September 24)

•Modell praised for generosity – Cleveland Jewish News (September 14)

•Zoo walk benefits hospice patients – woio.com (September 9)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve holds ‘Walk to Remember’ Sunday – wkyc.com (September 9)

•Family, friends of ‘Buggie’ set for Hospice of Western Reserve’s Walk to Remember – The News-Herald (September 7)

•Lakewood Residents Invited To September 9th Walk At Cleveland MetroParks Zoo – The Lakewood Observer (September 5)

•Children deal with grief at hospice camp in Kirtland – The News-Herald (August 11)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve offers support groups, yoga and art therapy classes – The Plain Dealer (July 24)

•Hospice Design Respects Patients, Families, Earth – Cleveland Business Connects (July)

•Hospice program goes west: editorial – The Plain Dealer (June 26)

•Ames House opens, offers tranquil setting for hospice care – Westlake Bay Village Observer (June 26)

•New hospice in Westlake fills a need on the West Side – The Plain Dealer (June 24)

•Ames Family Hospice Opens This Weekend – Westlake Patch (June 19)

•Ames Family Hospice Opens This Weekend, Will Serve Lorain County – Avon-Avon Lake Patch (June 19)

•Top Workplaces 2012 Cleveland list – The Plain Dealer (June 16)

•Men Out to Breakfast bring “mini cruise” to friend at Hospice House – Collinwood Observer (June 8)

•Local restaurants among those honored by Hospice of the Western Reserve – Collinwood Observer (June 8)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Ames Family Hospice House to Open – June 23 Open House Planned – Cleveland.com (June 11)

•Veterans Recognition Ceremony – Medina County Life (June 4)

•91-year-old woman in hospice gets dying wish to play the slots at the Horseshoe Casino – The Plain Dealer (May 19)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Supports National Healthcare Decisions Day April 16, 2012 – Redorbit.com (April 2)

•Margaret Fisher Celebrates 100th Birthday – BeachwoodPatch (March 20)

•Hospice patient Betty Trynovich finds calm through artwork – The News-Herald (March 20)

•Knowing a Senior’s Goals and Values Makes Health Decisions Easier – Agingcare.com (March 19)

•Realtors help community support hospice care – starbeacon.com (March 18)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve Pins 102-Year-Old Capt. Harry Anderson and Other Veterans – newsnet5.com (February 19)

•Hospice of Western Reserve boosts Summit County presence – Akron Beacon Journal (February 5)

•Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation Awards $10,000 Grant To Hospice of the Western Reserve – Cleveland.com (January 30)

•West Park Mom Honors Daughter’s Memory through “Misty’s Wish” Event – Cleveland.com (January 19)

•North students cook up meal for hospice patients – The News-Herald (January 16)

2011

•Hospice House residents treated to visit from Santa – The News-Herald (December 26)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve helps patients, families – West Side Leader (December 1)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve offers meaningful Meal to Remember – The News-Herald (November 24)

•How to Support a Grieving Friend During the Holidays – HealthNewsDigest.com (November 23)

A Meal to Remember for Cleveland hospice patients and their families – The Plain Dealer (November 15)

•Veterans honored before it’s too late – Star Beacon (November 7)

•CEO, Bill Finn discusses National Hospice and Palliative Care Month – News Net 5 Kaleidoscope (November 6)

•AMVETS Auxiliaries rock it for Hospice – Lake County Tribune (October 21)

•How palliative care works for COPD – The Morning Journal (October 13)

•Pat Modell, actress and wife of Art Modell, dies – Channel 5 News and The Associated Press (October 12)

•A Special Celebration – Sun Post-Herald (October 6)

•Spiritual Care Coordinator, Heidi Barham discusses Voices for Hospice – News Net 5 Kaleidoscope (October 2)

•Hospice encourages end-of-life conversation – Call & Post (September 28)

•Grief, loss and the High Holy Days – Cleveland Jewish News (September 23)

•Hospice is always there – The Plain Dealer (September 14)

•End-of-life Discussions Provide Peace, Closure – The News Herald (August 13)

•Ground is Broken for New Hospice – West Shore Sun (June 16)

•Veterans program mixes education, appreciation – Medina Sun (June 16)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve announces new facility – Catholic Universe Bulletin (May 13)

•Hospice industry rejuvenates – Crain’s Cleveland (May 9)

•Catholics who seek Last Rites advised to plan ahead – Plain Dealer (March 27)

•Hospice of the Western Reserve partners with We Honor Veterans – News Leader-Northfield (March 23)

•Hospice Expands – Plain Dealer (Feb. 28)

•Respecting Unborn Life – Catholic Universe Bulletin (Jan. 21)

•2010 a year of highs, lows for area charities – News-Herald (Jan. 6)

Articles of Interest

Lisa Hearey fought a rare form of cancer for two years before dying at the age of 41. The Plain Dealer ran a special series back in 1998. Below you will find the entire series that Connie Schultz, columnist for the Plain Dealer, put together while she followed Lisa and her family through a most trying time in their lives.

•Introduction

•Day 1 – “Please God, not yet”

•Day 2 – “You can go, I can let go”

•Day 3 – “Will I see my children again?”

•Day 4 – “Can you believe her?”