CTMC HOSPICE CARE PRESENTS

FACES OF HOSPICE
See You Again
Performed by: Carrie Underwood
His passion was bowling…
O' Lord, whether you strike or spare
me, give me the strength like your
servant Job, to praise yo...
His dream was to fly in a
hot air balloon. Up, up and
away he went…
God Be With
You Till We
Meet Again…
She believed in her family and helping others
through volunteering…
“Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In...
Her dream was to play the
organ one last time for her
church, family and friends.

And she did…

She loved her Hubby
and h...
“My hero is Zorro. He is not afraid
of anything. And I am not afraid.”
He wanted to preach one
last time…
Oh Lord, I do not ask for much,
Eternal beauty, or youth, or such.
Just give me a little hand to hold,
And I'll forget tha...
Love begins in a moment, grows over
time, and lasts for eternity.
If kisses were stars, I'd give you the sky. If touches were tears, I would cry. If love was
water, I'd give you the sea. A...
Sisters are different flowers from the same garden.
~Author Unknown
She passed away two days after this
picture was taken leaving behind a
three- month old baby, a four yearold son, and a hu...
She loved birds… So we
brought some to her.
If you or someone you know
needs help dealing with grief, our
counselors are here to help.
Support Line: 512-754-0322
"You matter because you are you, and you
matter to the end of your life. We will do all
we can not only to help you die pe...
Thank you for your time today!
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Faces of Hospice

  1. 1. CTMC HOSPICE CARE PRESENTS FACES OF HOSPICE
  2. 2. See You Again Performed by: Carrie Underwood
  3. 3. His passion was bowling… O' Lord, whether you strike or spare me, give me the strength like your servant Job, to praise your Holy name…
  4. 4. His dream was to fly in a hot air balloon. Up, up and away he went…
  5. 5. God Be With You Till We Meet Again…
  6. 6. She believed in her family and helping others through volunteering… “Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can.”
  7. 7. Her dream was to play the organ one last time for her church, family and friends. And she did… She loved her Hubby and her Puppy…
  8. 8. “My hero is Zorro. He is not afraid of anything. And I am not afraid.”
  9. 9. He wanted to preach one last time…
  10. 10. Oh Lord, I do not ask for much, Eternal beauty, or youth, or such. Just give me a little hand to hold, And I'll forget that I'm growing old.
  11. 11. Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for eternity.
  12. 12. If kisses were stars, I'd give you the sky. If touches were tears, I would cry. If love was water, I'd give you the sea. And be with you for all eternity…
  13. 13. Sisters are different flowers from the same garden. ~Author Unknown
  14. 14. She passed away two days after this picture was taken leaving behind a three- month old baby, a four yearold son, and a husband who loved her very, very much… But she said to them, “I will see you again.” “She lost her battle to cancer at a young age. I miss my daughter.”
  15. 15. She loved birds… So we brought some to her.
  16. 16. If you or someone you know needs help dealing with grief, our counselors are here to help. Support Line: 512-754-0322
  17. 17. "You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.“ Dame Cicely Saunders, nurse, physician and writer, and founder of hospice movement (1918 - 2005).
  18. 18. Thank you for your time today!

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