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Honoring a Legacy

​ “Art should be a part of everyone’s life.” It’s a philosophy Dale Kutz expressed often. As an art teacher for Brunswick City Schools, he helped mold young minds and instill creativity for more than 30 years. Aside from his teaching career, Dale was also a gifted artist in his own right. The Art Space Gallery in Akron, Canton Museum of Art and Lakeland Community College are just a few of the public venues that exhibited his paintings.

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May 15 2018

Categories: News and Community Journey 

Attend the Walk to Remember West Side Launch Social: Free & Open to the Public

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​Join us on May 24 at the One World Shop, 19321 Detroit Road in Rocky River from 6 - 8 p.m. for the Walk to Remember West Side Launch Social. This event is free and open to the public.

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May 02 2018

Categories: News and Community 

You Make A Difference: One Volunteer & A Comfort Buddy Make Impact in Patient's Life

​This is a photo of Jack, a Cuyahoga County Western Reserve Navigator palliative care services patient and our volunteer, Bruce, clearly enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

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April 30 2018

Categories: News and Community Volunteers Testimonials 

Volunteer Caregiver of the Year Awarded to Cathy Mutnick and Therapy Dog Chelsea

​Cathy Mutnick and her pet therapy dog, Chelsea were recently honored as Volunteer Caregiver of the Year through the Busch Recognition Program. The work that Cathy and Chelsea do exemplifies hope and comfort to our patients, families and staff during their weekly visits to David Simpson Hospice House.

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January 19 2018

Categories: News and Community Volunteers 

Hospice Teams Present Gift Card Wreath to Leukemia Survivor and Former Coworker

​The 60 plus members of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Triage, On-Call and Go Where Needed (GWN) teams have dedicated their careers to serving some of our community’s most vulnerable residents. They provide expert care, guidance and emotional support to families when most people are sound asleep. They are the first voice of hospice for those seeking help, they travel across 11 counties to deliver support wherever it is needed most and they provide expert 24/7 guidance to family care givers over the hotline. These are just a few of their many responsibilities.

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December 29 2017

Categories: News and Community 

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