Monthly Archives: February 2010

Local hospice firm employs pooch – Southtown Star

Charlie’s come a long way from when he was discovered abandoned, filthy and in terrible shape. He now has a family, a home and even a job. » Click to enlarge image Charlie gets some affection from Sue Kelly, of…

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Grief Support Group Sessions – Evansville Courier-Press

Grief Support Group Sessions – Evansville Courier-PressVisiting Nurse Association Hospice is sponsoring grief support group sessions. Sessions will be held on Thursdays, during the month of February, from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. All sessions will be held at Visiting…

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Former Hospice Nurse and Her Boyfriend Arrested in Home Invasion – WLTX.com

Former Hospice Nurse and Her Boyfriend Arrested in Home Invasion – WLTX.comLexington County (WLTX) — Lexington County Deputies arrested two people they say broke into a home in February and robbed the homeowner. Authorities arrested 31-year-old Tonya Leigh Corder, who…

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Former Hospice Nurse and Her Boyfriend Arrested in Home Invasion – WLTX.com

Lexington County (WLTX) — Lexington County Deputies arrested two people they say broke into a home in February and robbed the homeowner. Authorities arrested 31-year-old Tonya Leigh Corder, who formerly worked as a hospice nurse, and her 28-year-old / Hospice…

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Volunteers Needed – Allentown Morning Call

Contact the Volunteer Center to receive a brochure listing agencies that need volunteers at 610-807-0336 or e-mail: vc@ volunteerlv.org. See www.volunteerlv.org for a larger listing of volunteer opportunities. DIAKON HOSPICE ST. JOHN needs volunteers / more Hospice /

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Hospice nears $3 million fundraising goal – Times Reporter

Although renovation hasn’t begun on their in-patient facility at New Philadelphia, that doesn’t mean that Hospice of Tuscarawas, Stark and Carroll County staff and volunteers haven’t been at work on the project. Norm Mast, Hospice executive / more Hospice /

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Home health saves money – Rutland Herald

The staff, volunteers and board of directors of the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) would like to ask for your support at the polls by approving funding for our essential home health services. Last year, RAVNAH provided…

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Local hospice firm employs pooch – Southtown Star

Charlie’s come a long way from when he was discovered abandoned, filthy and in terrible shape. He now has a family, a home and even a job. » Click to enlarge image Charlie gets some affection from Sue Kelly, of…

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Missionary work takes Patriot-News reporter to Philippines, Sudan – PennLive.com

She writes from the Philippines: “My work here seems a million miles away from my work as a newspaper reporter — and a few thousand miles removed from my work as a hospice nurse. More than ever, I see surgery…

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Helping patients with heart diseases – Journal & Sunday Journal

Helping patients with heart diseases – Journal & Sunday JournalCarl was a thin, frail man who looked years older than his chronological age of 67. The heart disease he had dealt with for the past decade had finally grounded him.…

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