When facing loss and the grieving process, feeling a sense of community is essential. Being grounded and cared for by those around us can make the profoundly complicated, painful time a bit easier. The people who surround us can help us to continue living, to maintain our health, and to find hope.
This month, Regional Hospice welcomes Robert Bedoukian of Danbury, Connecticut to the organization’s volunteer Board of Directors. As President of Bedoukian Research, Inc, an international supplier of fragrance and flavor ingredients, Bedoukian is a skilled leader and dedicated chemist.
As Vice President of Communications and President of Global Giving at Linde, Lisa Esneault has more than 25 years of experience in driving organization change and business results through development and execution of strategic communication.
John Capilli began a relationship with Regional Hospice when his wife of 23 years, Patti Collins Capilli, became a patient at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing in Danbury.
If you’ve walked through the front doors of RH, you might have seen Dan and Lindie Bacon behind the lobby desk. For the past six years, the two have been volunteering their time to make patients and families feel warmly welcomed as soon as they arrive.
Ellen Raspitha has been a volunteer at Regional Hospice for over 22 years. For the last four years, she has volunteered over 300 annual hours and earned a “Silver Level” President’s Volunteer Service Award.
For the past two years, licensed hairdresser Christie Blom of Danbury’s Christie and Co. has been volunteering her time and skills to make Regional Hospice patients look and feel their very best by providing haircuts, styles, and manicures.
Michael is on a mission to raise more than $50,000 for Regional Hospice's pediatric patients.
Just in time for summer, a large group of employees from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (BI) volunteered their time to work in Regional Hospice's Memorial Gardens.