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Celebrating 109 Years!, Herbert Engle
Herbert Engle is believed to be the oldest man living in Michigan and was honored by Caring Circle, a Lakeland Health affiliate, on September 22 for National Centenarian Day.
Her Sparkle Brightens Our Days, Winifred "Winnie" Lant
What do you do to brighten your day?
Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Ray and Marie Lietz
A 70th wedding anniversary is a rare and precious occasion. It takes long-term dedication and love, along with physical longevity and good genetics for two individuals to create such a strong and lasting bond.
Celebrating Milestones, Don Worsham
Birthdays are an occasion that can be greeted with varying responses. For some they are an eagerly awaited time of celebration, and for others they are a time of reflection and reminiscing. When faced with a life-limiting prognosis, birthdays can be a time that is much more treasured and held dear; a milestone to attain, with the understanding that the years ahead may be limited.
Enduring Love, John and Jacqueline Clay
Through it all, their love for each other has stayed strong, and their commitment to one another has been reinforced by their devotion to love each other in sickness and in health.
Comfort Food, Joe Menser
Sometimes the simplest things can bring us the most comfort and joy: a warm embrace from an old friend, picking your favorite flowers from the garden, a walk through the park on a beautiful day, or the taste of your favorite meal.
We Salute You, Ernie, Ernie Reynolds
Hospice at Home is a proud member of the “We Honor Veterans” program.
Weathering the Storm,
Severe weather can be worrisome for many people. We may wonder, "Will I lose power?" "Will I be able to stay warm and comfortable in my home?" "Do I have enough supplies?" and "Where will I go if I need to evacuate?" For those dependent on machines to help them breathe, these worries are amplified.
Serving in Love,
Recently, the Hanson Hospice Center received a visit from a group of children and their parents from the St. Joseph Church of Christ. While we know the positive impact that these visits have on the people and their families staying with us, one mom in particular noted the impact the visit had on her children.
Kindness in a Fresh Coat of Paint,
At Hospice at Home, our goal is to help people be able to spend their remaining days where they are most comfortable. For one man, staying in his home was particularly meaningful to him.
Rights and Privacy
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