Every gift enhances the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Your donations support our comprehensive Hospice program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Service, DeFrees Support Program, and our extensive Bereavement Services.
Gifts to Hospice of Warren County are also given to honor an individual and many gifts are given to honor the memory of deceased loved ones.
Hospice of Warren County, a non-profit affiliate of Warren General Hospital received contributions during the month of May, which includes contributions from Warren Gives 2015, enhancing the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Donations were received in memory of the following: Barbara Allen, Thomas R. Allison, Sr. C. William Anderson, Carol Anderson, Susan J. Auflick, Donald Bailey, Rev. Richard H. Baker, Shirley Bashor, Carl and Evelyn Berglund, Jane Betts, Carol S. Halaby Baneryle, Alan Buerkle, MaryAnn Buerkle, Lynette Callan, Theresa Carlson, Richard Case, Chuck Cataldo, Ned Chase, Jerry Clayton, Bonnie Cook, Marcia Cosmano, James Cowan III, Peggy Cree, Alan Crone, George W. Crozier, Marie Cullen, Larry Duke, Fred Falvo, Catherine “Kay” Freeborough, Duane Fry, Joseph Gabriel, Jean M. Gibb, Thomas Graziano, Bertha Green, Guiffre Family Deceased Members, Denny Hahn, Clyde Harman, Wilma Hutley, Phyllis Jordan, Norman Kenney, Winnifred Kenney, Dr. Hannah King, Nancy Kitelinger, Donald E. Lewis, Irma Mackey, Judy Madigan, Ann McDonald, David Merenick, Corky Merrill, Jim Morrison, Tom Nelson, Tom P. O’Brien, Marcella Olson, Gail Onink, Lloyd J. Paul, Adam Piccirillo, Harold and Eileen Reinhard, Theresa Ressler, Harmony Robinson, Rachel Hitchcock Rogerson, Joyce Rohlin, Nan Rossiter, Anne Sears, MacBain Sears, Doris See, Joe Siliano, John and Lucille Simmons, Beverly Sisson, Jim Smith, Judy Southwell, Violet Thomas, Glen Valentine, Edna Wagner, William Westover, Florence Wightman, Irene Williams, Ruth Williams, Alice A. Yurick, Steve Yurick, Janet Zandi, Edwin Zevotek, Marian Ziki, Walter Zolner.
Donations were also received in honor of Elsa Redding.
As Hospice of Warren County is a not-for-profit organization, all gifts are indeed tax-deductible. Thank you for considering supporting our program with your generous gifts.
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Hospice of Warren County
P.O. Box 68
Warren, PA 16365
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