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Your Support In Action: Love Follows Us Everywhere

When Aaron’s mom died, we didn’t know what to do. Our son, Lincoln, took it particularly hard. At a time when we were all struggling, the Robertson Bereavement Center team at Hospice of Medina County was there for us. We couldn’t do it alone, and with them on our side, we didn’t have to.

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November 25 2019

Categories: Grief and Loss Testimonials 

Three Generations Walk to Celebrate Life

Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Walk to Remember has become an important and meaningful day to our family – Team Angels.  This year marks Team Angels’ second annual walk in memory of Frank and Marie Alder – our beloved parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.  Three generations walk in their memory. 

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May 07 2019

Categories: News and Community Philanthropy Testimonials 

Why I Support Hospice of the Western Reserve

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​When my 83-year-old father was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2003, it was devastating for my mother and my seven siblings.  Even as a physician, this news was very difficult for me to hear.  While he began radiation therapy to reduce symptoms, we knew that his life would not be extended for more than a few months.

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May 15 2018

Categories: News and Community Philanthropy Testimonials Dr. Alfred F. Connors, Jr., MD 

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 

In Her Own Words: Why I Walk to Remember

I grew up in a single parent home, and my mom worked full time to support our family. As a result, I spent a lot of time at my grandparents’ home. I became close to both of my grandparents, but most especially to my grandmother. She was much more than my grandma; she was a second mother to me and my best friend.

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May 15 2017

Categories: News and Community Volunteers Testimonials Journey 

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