|Pictured are Hamilton Hospice representatives. In the front, from left, are Midge Richards and Maudie Baker, volunteers. In the middle are Lesley Hohol, volunteer; Selena Ensley, administrative assistant; Cynthia Washington, clinical manager; and Ann Larkin-Huff, social worker. In the back are Jim Herman, chaplain; and Kenny Morgan, volunteer and bereavement coordinator.|
DALTON, Ga.– Anyone who has lost a loved one is invited to attend the
Hamilton Hospice Spring Memorial Service, scheduled for 2 p.m. on
Sunday, May 19, in the Brown Conference Center auditorium,
located in the Burkett Building on the Hamilton Medical Center campus.
The service reflects and honors the loved ones cared for by our
organization over the past year.
“It is an uplifting experience that we hope provides peace and closure to those who are struggling with the death of a family member or friend,” said Bo Callaway, Hospice director.
Family members and friends in attendance will be comforted with poetry, candle lighting, special music, and at the conclusion of the service, each family will place a butterfly on the butterfly tree as a symbol of love and hope.
The memorial service is sponsored by the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Hamilton Health Care System, and held each spring and fall.
Serving Whitfield, Murray, Gordon, Catoosa, Walker and Dade counties, Hamilton Hospice is an accredited, not-for-profit program providing holistic care encompassing the individual’s physical, psychosocial and spiritual well-being. For more information, call Hamilton Hospice at 706-278-2848.