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  • “Our sincere appreciation for all your care and concern for my mom during her last days. You treated her with kindness and gave her dignity for her end of days. Not only did you care for Mom, but you also looked after us and made this time calm and peaceful. This experience at Hospice was something that so helped during this trying time.”
  • “Our family cannot thank you enough for all the caring, concern, knowledge and expertise through mom’s journey. Hospice is a “home”. I felt so comfortable staying there and I know mom was comfortable. She had a long struggle, and deserved the care and atmosphere Hospice was able to give her.”
  • “For everything you’ve done… for being the special people that you are… thank you so very much. Thank you will never be enough for the appreciation we have for all of the kind and gentle care given to our mom during the end of her life. Your support and kindness will never be forgotten.”
  • “This place is beautiful and the staff are amazing. My papa just recently passed away here and they were amazing every step of the way. I honestly have never met people that are so compassionate and love their jobs they were so great with my papa, thank you so much! I can’t express enough what you people did for our family! Thank you!”
  • “The sweet, compassionate way they treated Mom and us was beyond our expectations.  No detail was left out. We spent 10 days there and it became home.”
  • “Words cannot express our sincere gratitude for the wonderful care our dear, sweet Dad received. Each and every staff member treated him with tender – loving care and respect. It was so beautiful to see you speak gently into his ear, make him comfortable and also make sure we, the family, were ‘OK’ too. All of you made this difficult time a little more bearable. You will be forever in our hearts.”
  • “This is better for me and my wife… we don’t have to worry about the medical side of things.”
  • “We are so thankful we can take him out into the courtyard in his bed.”
  • “The nurses are so kind, compassionate and funny at the same time.”
  • “We are treated like family.”

What Your Donations Are Used For:

  • Compassionate Care

    Resident care is our top priority. Your donation will help cover the cost of things like personal care products, medical equipment and supplies.

  • Connected and Comfortable

    Your donation will help keep our residents and their families comfortable and connected by covering the cost of utilities such as natural gas, electricity, water, cable and telephone.

  • Home-like hospitality

    Making our residents and their families feel at home is a top priority. Your donation will help pay for groceries as well as kitchen equipment and supplies.

  • Education and Awareness

    Ongoing education and awareness will ensure the sustainability of our residential hospice. Your donation will support ongoing staff & volunteer education and training, community education and efficient donation management.

  • Business as usual

    Although we want our hospice to feel like home to our residents, we must operate as a business. Your donation will cover costs associated with running a business such as accounting, human resources, purchasing, office equipment and supplies and insurance.

  • Keeping House

    Like your home, we want to keep a safe and tidy home. Your donation will help us do that by covering costs for laundry & housekeeping, ongoing maintenance, safety and security.

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Chatham-Kent Hospice is honoured to recognize
recent donations received in memory of:


If you’d like to make a donation in memory of a loved one, please click here.


Gary Almas
Dolores Armstrong
Donna Jean Arnold
Edward Arnott
Joyce Barker
James Stewart Barks
Jeanne Beattie
Joseph ‘Joe’ Beaulieu
Susan Bechard
Irene Bellemore
Dorothy M Blackburn
Margaret Bondy
Brenda Joyce Brown
Deanna Campbell
Gloria Carnegie
Nora Dauphin
Marcella Demers
Margaret Denys
Gordon Dickson
Robert Harold Dickson

Licia Dodok
Mary Dowker
Merriel & Robert Child
Joyce Audrey Christian
Paul Clarke
Michael Cobb
Leona Coleman
Douglas Couture
Margaret Denys
Maurice Donais
Bonnie Drew
Betty ‘Bunny’ Dreyer
Winnifred Drummond
Nancy Duffy
John ‘Jack’ Dunlop
Edmond Duquette
Mac Elliott
Brenda Ellis

William ‘Wayne’ Fenton
Mary Ford
Gail Foulis
Robert Gammage
Bud Gillett
Donald Haden
Beverley Hall
Micheline Hansen
Beatrice Harris
Mary Harwood
Sister Mary Catharine Horne
Lawanna Huscroft
Victor Kendziora
Nick Laprise
Guy Joseph Lepage

George & Jessie Marlatt
Bruce McCallum
Brian Mooney
Doris Morden
Rose O’Mara
Mary Isabelle Ouellette
Thomas Pettit
Pieter Poppe
Jean Quenneville
Byron Reaume
Ken Richards
Margaret Ross
Roger Roy
Tena Saeteraas

David Scholtens
Peter Shillington
John Suk
Donna Swain
Al Swance
Jo-Anne Sylvestre
Ruth Ann Tattersall
Blanche Tyrrell
Larry VanRoboys
Jerome ‘Jerry’ Whaling
Ivy Wilmott
Ian Wilson
Rosemary Zimmer


Click here to see the full list of in memory donations.