Comforting and nurturing a sick loved one is not an easy task. Helping to care for a loved one helps us release some of the pain we …Read More »
Hospice & Palliative Care
March is National Social Work Month and the National Association of Social Worker’s 2013 theme is “Weaving Threads of Resilience and Advocacy”. Social workers are part of …Read More »
Not Always “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” The winter holidays are generally perceived as “the most wonderful time of the year.” But for those who …Read More »
Research has shown that without affection or caring, babies cannot survive, or do not develop at the same rate as babies that do receive proper care. A …Read More »
Grief can be defined as the emotional reaction to a loss. It is a very natural and normal reaction. The bereaved need to go through grief in …Read More »
I wanted to share an article that does a great job of really hitting on the importance of asking questions and choosing what is right for you …Read More »
A co-worker recently sent me a blog posting, written by a physician, which examined where people die and how drastically different the experience can be based on …Read More »
As a Patient Care Supervisor for Hospice and Palliative Care, I often find that people are confused on how hospice and palliative care work together and what …Read More »
Illness affects the entire family. Caring for the hospice patient at home can be rewarding; however, it is physically and emotionally draining for both the caregiver and …Read More »
They are family members, neighbors, friends, and co-workers. They are veterans of the United States Armed Forces. They served our country and now they need our help. …Read More »
We cannot thank you enough for your most generous love and support with the passing of our dad. May God continue to bless you and give you His peace to carry on to others with your care, love and hope of strength to continue to serve.
This funeral home is head and shoulders above the other funeral homes in this area. They do an excellent service and are highly respected in this community.
In-as-much as I married into a fourth generation funeral home family, I had expectations, right or wrong about what to expect. Consequently I want you to know what all of my expectations were met, and then some.
You were always there for us, lending support, offering suggestions, and yet being unobtrusive. With appreciation to the Spear family – and their ‘crew”.