December 2016

Ugly Sweater Party for a Beautiful Cause

This quote guides Holly Craider, PhD, in both her personal and professional lives. Dean of Access and Completion and Adjunct Faculty of Speech Communication at Cuyahoga Community College, Holly is also one of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s biggest ambassadors. Serving as the Family and Friends Chair for Walk to Remember 2016, Holly also volunteers at the David Simpson Hospice House and supports various initiatives throughout the year. 
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December 16 2016

Categories: Philanthropy 

End of Year Gift Planning: 2 Simple Ways to Make a Big Impact

​This year, there are two ways you can give smarter and help Hospice of the Western Reserve patients and families.

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December 15 2016

Categories: Giving Back 

Fat Cats Serves Families Holiday Meal to Remember

​For the fourth consecutive year, Fat Cats, the popular eclectic eatery in Tremont, provided a Meal to Remember for residents of David Simpson Hospice House, their families and caregivers. This year, chef and owner Ricardo Sandoval personally delivered and served the food.  More than 90 people were treated to a meal of Chicken Augusto (chicken breast prepared with lemon butter and capers), green beans, Eggplant Parmesan, salad and garlic bread.  Wine for the dinner was generously donated by Scoperta Importing Co., Inc.

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December 12 2016

Categories: News and Community Giving Back 

Special Delivery: Metro Life Flight Crew Grants Wishes

​The holidays are a time to celebrate with friends and family, but they’re also a time to look beyond our personal lives and help those in need. The Cleveland Metro Life Flight crew is in the business of giving back all year long, but this holiday season the dedicated medical team is also helping in another way: by collecting and donating items to help hospice patients and their families.

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December 09 2016

Categories: News and Community 

Find Light in Love and Gratitude

​After the death of your loved one, the anticipation of these first holidays can be filled with a combination of dread, anxiety or numbness. Many intentions pass through your mind and the realization sets in—your loved one will not be home for the holidays. And they will be missed. The season is as laden with memories as a Thanksgiving table is with food.

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December 05 2016

Categories: Grief and Loss About Grief Mary Murphy, M.Ed., LPC 

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