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Decades of Dedication

Larry Glickler was new to Dayton and only 25 years old when he became the owner of a funeral home and began his passion for Hospice of Dayton. “A representative from Hospice of Dayton came to a meeting of funeral…

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The Storeyteller’s Story

Jerry Gump always has stories to share. Sharing is what comes naturally to Jerry. That’s why he became a volunteer for hospice in 2005. He was just a few years into his retirement after a thirty year career as a…

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Walking Beside Patients

There is no one more dedicated to the Hospice of Dayton mission than Judy Cole. Judy, a widow and mother of two, joined Hospice of Dayton as a volunteer following her husband’s death in June, 2004. She had retired from…

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The Gift of HOPE

Staff members at Hospice of Hospice of Dayton® of Butler & Warren Counties support their hospice program not only with their dedication and passion, but with their donations. The Staff Giving Society is the major source of dollars for the…

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A Golden Celebration Gift

Judie and Paul Schuh celebrated fifty years of marriage recently and turned it into a family contribution to Hospice of Dayton. Judie and Paul’s twelve nieces and nephews wanted to make the anniversary memorable. Knowing of the couple’s passion for…

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The Gift of Sincere Comfort

There is no need greater gift than sincere comfort, and Hospice of Dayton® gave that to me and my family at a very vulnerable time. I often think of those last days with my mother and I think of all…

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Operation Organize

“Many hands make light work.” Your help is needed to organize the outpouring of craft donations from the Dayton community after the article in the Dayton Daily News. WORK DAYS 9:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Nov. 1, 8, 15 Thursdays, Nov.…

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