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This past Christmas was a difficult one for our family. My dear sister-in-law, Debby Williams, lost her beloved husband Bruce after a long battle with cancer. He passed on Christmas day. Christmas would forever be tainted by his passing had it not been for Hospice. Bruce had been receiving Hospice care for months at home but was now at the extraordinary facility in Cheektowago. The family gathered in Bruce's comfortable room where always attentive doctors, nurses and support staff checked in frequently to ensure the comfort of everyone. Bruce's needs were met throughout his stay in this idealic setting with birds and squirrels feasting from feeders outside his window and deer always close by.
We are so fortunate to have a facility as wonderful as Hospice Buffalo inour community. It was devastating to lose Bruce, but Hospice did everything in their power to ease the way and minimize the trauma with transparent communication, caring staff and a beautiful facility that pays attention to every detail including a child's playroom so that the grandchildren, Cindy, Cheryl and their families could be close by.
This March also marks 7 years since my father, Marvin Kranitz passed away from cancer. Dad was at Kenmore Mercy Hospital and, as he quickly declined, a Hospice room was secured at the hospital. This was, again, a very comfortable space for family to gather and be with Dad in his final hours. I will never forget how much we appreciated the wonderful care he received and how peacefully he passed with Mom and his children close by.
Thank you for considering donating to my Hopsice Memorial walk on the Blue Bomber's Team as I proudly participate to raise funds so that Hospice may continue to do the amazing work that they do everyday.
I hope you never need the caring, wonderful services they provide but if you or one of your family do or has, you will be in amazing, skilled and compasionate hands.
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