Gayle's Garden Comes to Fruition

May 11, 2015
How wonderful to see the new landscaping addition to Gayle’s Garden done by the Marshall County Leadership Challenge Class of 2015. For those of you who have been with a loved one at Shepherd’s Cove, you know there are times when you just stare out the window, thinking of nothing and thinking of everything. To
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Community Camp HOPE

May 9, 2015
Losing a loved one is hard at any age, but for a child, the grief can be impossible to navigate. Hospice of Marshall County (HMC) has helped many children through the grieving process with Camp Hope, a one day grief camp for children who participate in HMC’s in-school bereavement program. But on May 9th, for
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HMC Receives Grief Reach Grant

April 29, 2015
by Susan Sanders, Community Relations Director We hear so many bad things in the news these days it causes us to think, “What is the world is this world coming to…”  Just when I’m tempted to concentrate on this depressing thought, I am reminded of the generosity of good folks and large corporations that see
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Volunteers Make A Difference

April 17, 2015
by Vickie Watson, Public Relations Specialist I had the distinct honor of sitting in on an interview with the Sand Mountain Reporter of one of our faithful volunteers, Shirley Lybrand. I have known Shirley for several years, but my experience with her was always her willingness to help fold the 2,000+ quarterly newsletters HMC published.
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HMC Employees Appointed to Medicaid Committee

March 27, 2015
Small Town, USA sometimes gets slammed as not having quality, professionals like the big cities, but I can tell you this does not hold true with Hospice of Marshall County! Stormy Dismuke, Chief Nursing Officer, and Marie Creel, Billing Specialist, are known for their expertise and professionalism, so much so, they were asked to assist
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