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Don thought he had just weeks to live when he began Hospice care. Years later, he graduated from Hospice and celebrated his 90th birthday.
This free camp run by ProMedica Hospice professionals is helping kids ages 6-16 openly express their feelings of loss.
Chuck Owen wondered if volunteering at Hospice would make him relive the pain of losing his wife, but after five years, he knows it's where he's meant to help.
When a friend loses a loved one, it's hard to know what to do and say. Hospice volunteer Chuck Owen offers his insight.
After loss, the holiday season may make you want to insulate yourself from the world. Hospice volunteer, Chuck, shares how he survived his "year of firsts".
Chuck's world went numb after the death of his wife. Now a hospice volunteer, he gently reminds families that everyone heals at their own speed.
Sam and Ray were brought together after losing their wives. Since then, they've shared tears, laughter and a unique friendship that led to a generous gift.
When Dick Duvick's wife of 56 years passed away, he didn't follow the typical stages of grief. His journey to acceptance had started many years before.
"It's never about letting go of hope, but letting people live as well as they can."