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By Kara Davidson
Gazette Reporter 

Hospice Serenity house begins serving residents

 

December 20, 2018

Pictured from left to right: Executive director of Friends of Hospice Annie Pillers, Board member Barbara Sanborn, caregiver Tina Laughary, Board Vice President Rosalie Harms, Board Treasurer Larry Gunn, Board Secretary Rita Ackerman, Board member Corey Laughary, Serenity House Manager and Friends of Hospice Program Coordinator Terrie Teare and Board member Ken Carper. Not present for the picture were Board President Bob Ingalls and Board member Tricia Grantham.

Every part of Serenity House was designed with consideration for who its residents would be. Licensed to be occupied, Serenity House is a three bedroom, high quality care, end-of-life residence.

Serenity house provides guiding support and caring to dying individuals and their loved ones, giving chances for them to spend time together in a setting that provides comfort, support and reassurance.

Friends of Hospice planned to rent a house when they first started working on Serenity House, but one of the board members learned of the house going on the market and shared the information with the...



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