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How Hospice Became My Life’s Purpose

Hospice work is my life’s purpose: serving and supporting others with dignity, grace and love at one of the most vulnerable times in life. There is a story about how I began living out my life’s purpose nearly 10 years ago: the day I first began working as a hospice nurse.
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July 13 2022

Thank you Dirty Bones Motorcycle Club

You could hear the rumble before you could see the 15 motorcycles zoom into the David Simpson Hospice House parking lot on Thursday evening, June 23rd.  Resident Donald Dukes had the opportunity to experience an evening full of motorcycles.
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June 29 2022

U.S. Navy Veteran Ronald McNeil Honored for Distinguished Military Service

Four branches of the Armed Services were represented recently when Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Warrensville team honored Korean War veteran Ronald McNeil with a Veteran’s Recognition Ceremony at his residence in the Grand Pavilion in Bedford.
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June 22 2022

Hospice of the Western Reserve Job Fair to Be Held This Thursday, June 23

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Hospice of the Western Reserve is growing and seeking candidates to fill multiple full-time and part-time positions, including dietary aides, call center agents for its Care Solutions Center, hospice nursing assistant/STNAs, nurses and much more.
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June 21 2022

Opening to Grief – Finding Your Way from Loss to Peace

Claire Willis is a clinical social worker who has years of experience in the bereavement world. She and co-author Marnie Crawford Samuelson wrote Opening to Grief, “for all of us who continue to bump up against cultural assumptions of ‘appropriate’ ways to grieve.” 
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June 02 2022

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