October 2018

Veterans Invited to Register for Public Recognition Ceremony Nov. 7 in Medina

​Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces and their families are invited to a free luncheon and public Veterans Recognition Ceremony at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at Williams on the Lake, 87 Lafayette Road in Medina. The event is hosted by Hospice of Medina County and Hospice of the Western Reserve. Doors will open at 11 a.m. Registration is available online at or by calling 216-502-4440 or www.hospicewr.org/medinaVRC. The deadline to register is Nov. 1.

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October 30 2018

Categories: News and Community Veterans 

Colleen Moran Receives 2018 Most Treasured Volunteer Award

​Mentor resident Colleen Moran, a Hospice of the Western Reserve volunteer for 18 years, has received a 2018 Most Treasured Volunteer Award from the Center for Community Solutions, a nonpartisan think tank in Cleveland focused on health, social and economic issues. Presenting the award to Colleen was Tiffani Tucker, Channel 19 news anchor. Candidates were evaluated on criteria that included innovative approaches, difficult obstacles overcome, accomplishments, community need and the volunteer's impact in the Northern Ohio region.

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October 30 2018

Categories: News and Community Volunteers 

Soul Food Luncheon Nov. 17 Benefits Pediatric Palliative Care Program

​Here's an easy - and delicious - way to support the compassionate services of our Pediatric Palliative Care Team! For the 13th consecutive year, Derotha Moore is hosting a soul food luncheon to benefit Hospice of the Western Reserve's pediatric palliative care program. The luncheon is open to the public, but you need to RSVP ahead of time.

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October 25 2018

Categories: Events 

Hospice of the Western Reserve Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Each of us has a unique story to tell. As we travel through life, we extend rays of influence that touch many lives. For 40 years, our paid and volunteer staff at Hospice of the Western Reserve have been honored to walk side by side with the loved ones of more than 120,000 individuals in the final phase of life. As one of the earliest nonprofit pioneers involved in bringing the hospice movement to the U.S., Hospice of the Western Reserve remains dedicated to upholding the dignity of each person we serve as we move into the next 40 years and beyond. 
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October 05 2018

Categories: News and Community 

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