So Much Sweetness in Her Volunteer Role
Regional Hospice Executive Chef Jon LeFebvre raves that Louise is better than many of the trained pastry chefs that he’s worked with and that her baked goods are of professional caliber.
Bringing People Peace and Comfort at the End of Life
Sharon volunteered over 500 hours for Regional Hospice last year and confidently states, “This is what I want to do with the rest of my life. I think it was what I was meant to do.”
Regional Hospice and Palliative Care honored 79 volunteers.
Each volunteer gave over 100 hours of his/her time to support Regional Hospice in 2016.
Karl was an amazing individual who helped so many in the community. He was a tireless and unassuming advocate for the charitable causes he believed in.
Over her 10 years of volunteering, Carol’s warm and gentle presence touched the lives of many hospice patients in the Brookfield area and beyond.
She believes that her experience as a family member of a Regional Hospice patient enables her to feel, see and better know how to best meet the needs of Regional Hospice’s patients and families.
Roberta Goodwin volunteered 541 hours for Regional Hospice and Palliative Care in 2016, earning her a Gold Medal from the President’s Volunteer Service Awards.
If you have visited Bethel Health Care in the past 6 years, there’s a good chance that you’ve seen Regional Hospice volunteer Zack Taylor.
He first served his country as a Seabee in the U.S. Navy from 1979 to 1984. Now Mark Pierce of Danbury has been called to serve by helping fellow Veterans at the end of their lives.