Donations

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 December, enhancing the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Donations were received in memory of the following:  Patricia Bachko, Donald Backstrom, Jane Betts, Sandy Brian, Cynthia Brindis, Everett Burke, Pete and Alice Christensen, Jerry Crossley, Doug Danielson, Janet Dininny, Jack Donovan, Norman Dunn family,  Marilyn Durnell, Peter Eckblom, Charles Ecklund, Thomas Erickson, Dawn First, Bernald Flasher, Joseph Goldthwaite, Joyce Gruber,  Norman “Lefty” Haight, Denny Hahn, Rose Halle, Fred Hammer,  Clyde Harman, Thelma Hayes, Joyce Hecei, Anna Mae Howe, George H. Jerman,  John and Donna Johnson, John Kiser, Nancy Kitelinger, Eugene Mascaro, Gayle Meley, Ann Misulich,  Carl and Marion Nelson, Lucy Notoro, Gary O’Brien, Audrey Papalia, Carl Papalia, Carmella Papalia, Carol Papalia, Frank Papalia, Joe Papalia Jr., Joe Papalia Sr., John Papalia, Mamie Papalia, Nancy Papalia, Orlando Papalia, Ralph Papalia Jr., Ralph Papalia Sr.,  Rocco Papalia, Rose Papalia, Ross Papalia, Sara Papalia, Teresa Papalia, Lloyd J. Paul, Helen Perry, Raymond R. Peterson, Richard Sedon, Doris See, Charles Sheckler, Gertrude Sleeman, John Sleeman, Jan Snow, Teresa Soltis, Larry Steel, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Van Damia, Jeanette Van Damia, George Verbosky, David William Swanson, Mae Weber, Doris White, Family of Doris White, Paul R. “P.J.” Wiggers, Garnett Williams, and Susan Wolfe.  Memorials were also made in honor of Dr. Endres and Nancy Endres and Robert and Jean Walker.

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.

Gifts As Part Of Estate Planning
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Membership Donations, Memorials or Honorariums
Donations may be mailed to:
Hospice of Warren County
P.O. Box 68
Warren, PA 16365

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