April 2019


A Child, a Lion and a Lasting Memory


This is the story of a little nine-year-old boy who was living with a medical condition no child should ever have to endure: an inoperable brain tumor. Although it's a story that is difficult for most of us to think about, it is also a story about love, hope and even incredible moments of joy in the midst of terminal illness. It's about parents who found a way to support their child and spend quality time with him in his own home. Most of all, it's a story about allowing a little boy's dream to come true.
 
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April 17 2019


A Legacy of 36 Years and Counting


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​William Springer is more than the longest-serving member of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s board of directors. He is a part of the agency’s fabric and history. A longtime resident of Madison, Ohio, his interest was originally piqued on the golf course. “The director’s husband mentioned they were looking for a board member with business background and expertise,”
he says. As a career business operations and supply chain management executive for Perfection Corporation (now owned by Honeywell), he knew he could help.
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April 16 2019


Securing Tomorrow’s Future Today


​Hospice of the Western Reserve is your resource for life-based planning strategies for life transitions. The stress of navigating legal and financial matters, especially at end-of-life, can be overwhelming. Many find themselves thrust into the responsibility of man¬aging finances following significant life changes.  Health and financial concerns can add to the pressure and uncertainty, which in turn lower the physical, emotional and spiritual quality-of-life. Our hospice staff, along with financial and estate planners, will share strategies for reducing uncertainty in your long-term plans. Our speakers will reveal effective and creative ways to ensure the well-being of yourself and your family, while considering Hospice of the Western Reserve in your plans.
 
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April 16 2019


Your Legacy’s Secret Weapon: Retirement Plan Assets


​“What is a legacy? It’s planting seeds in a garden you never get to see.” That line from the acclaimed musical Hamilton is poignant—but it isn’t entirely accurate. As you consider your own legacy, you can see the garden. You see the great things the people and causes you care
 
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April 16 2019


Avoid Taxes to Leave a Bigger Legacy


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​Wouldn’t it be great if you could avoid all those annoying fees in life: at the bank, on your electric and cable bill, or at the car dealership? One of the biggest “fees” of all: capital gains tax. When you’re leaving a legacy for the people and places that matter to you, such as Hospice of the Western Reserve, you want to make as big an impact as possible. That’s harder to do if you let the government take a chunk.
 
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April 16 2019

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