For John Hoffman, volunteering at Regional Hospice became a meaningful way to spend his time after his wife died.
"It makes me smile to spend time here," says Regional Hospice volunteer Karen Boutross
For Army Veteran Gary Boulet, volunteering at Regional Hospice gives him a sense of purpose and pride.
Ginny Strauch has learned to become more tolerant, compassionate and understanding through her volunteer experience at Regional Hospice.
"Regional Hospice makes the experience of dying both beautiful and meaningful," says volunteer Francine Robb.
Fundraising and flower arranging volunteer Gina Cipri shares, "I am so proud to be a part of this amazing organization and I always look forward to sharing all I know to local businesses."
“I was determined to ensure that the end would be as dignified as possible for Pat. And it was a happy ending," explains Regional Hospice volunteer Ed Ruhl.
A poem by RHPC Volunteer Dave Ceponis
Inspired by his time as a Regional Hospice volunteer.
Paget considers it the ultimate gift to be with people and help them take their final journey.