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Angels among us

I cannot express in words that could ever show my gratitude or appreciation for the people who are connected with Hospice.

When Robert Armstrong was suffering from chronic liver disease and liver cancer they were there.

They give of their lives and time to assure that anyone who is in need is well cared for.

I call them angels because they give heart and soul for their patients. All needs are met without hesitation. They are there when needed, night or day.

To the “Angels of Hospice” all I can say is thank you so much for being there for Robert. God bless you all.

Thomas Jablonski

Cedar Ridge

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