November 2017


The Gift Of Time


October 1, 2014, my Father died at the age of 50 after a 10-month battle with cancer. On April 18, 2017, I released a music album I created entitled, OK Boss,
about this journey. OK Boss is a thematic record written to chronicle the experience of losing my father. Anyone who has gone through this battle with
a loved one knows the incredible amount of emotions you experience - the rise and the fall, the hope and the misery, short days and long nights.
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November 21 2017


The Red Ornament


This fall marked the 4th anniversary of Sandy Greig’s dad, Dale Greig’s passing at age 81 from leukemia. Mr. Greig was the proud owner of Greig Christmas Tree Farm in Willoughby Hills. The Red Ornament tells the special story of how his spirit lives on and is honored even after his physical passing as told by his daughter:


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November 21 2017


Kayla's Dinner


​Fifteen-year-old Kayla Hoover is battling a rare brain disorder, but that isn’t stopping the Mayfield Heights teen from making the most of each day. She is an inspiration to everyone who meets her. The progression of Kayla’s brain tumor prevents her from enjoying many of the activities she used to love. So Michelle Miller, a social worker on Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Pediatric Palliative Care team, worked a little magic to make one of Kayla’s special wishes come true.  


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November 21 2017


Words & Snapshots: Healing Arts Aims for Outreach


​In collaboration with the staff of the Cleveland Public Library, Hospice of the Western Reserve took its Healing Arts program on the road this year, visiting two Cleveland neighborhoods.

The workshops, made possible in part by funding from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, are art therapy sessions available through Western Reserve Grief Services to help people on their grief journey.


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November 21 2017


A Note from Our President & CEO


​2017 was a year of tremendous change. For many working in the healthcare field, it was an uncertain time as we prepared for the possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act. While lawmakers and insurance companies have their own agendas, Hospice of the Western Reserve has just one: to provide our community with the best options in hospice and palliative care.
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November 21 2017

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