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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.”

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.

Douglas Allison
Doug Anderson
Bob Bacik
Donald Boylan
Suson Brundritt
Omer Caron
Jack Carroll
Sheree Lee Carron
Madeleine Casier
Bernice Marie Cedar
Wayne Clark
David Clements
Ron Cooper
Morley Craig
Ben Dawson
Joseph Bernard Decou
Benjamin Derochie
Beverly Devos

Edsel Dick
Derek Douglas
Jack Edds
Bruce Embury
James Fennell
Kevin Fields
Neil Fleming
Glenda Friesen
William ‘Bill’ Gardiner
Delina Gemmell
Dorothy Gladstone
Geraldine ‘Jerry’ Greswell
Fred Albert Hargrave
Diana Harrett
Ruth Haskell
Dorina Haynes-Rivard
Jean Hemstreet
Chris Hetherington
Joseph J. Huffman

David Jacklin
Wendy Jackson
Sylvia Jacques
Beverly Jewiss
Herman Kempe
Paul Kereluik
Nancy King
Leonard Kirby
Jack ‘Buddy’ Kitchen
Gary Kivell
Marjorie Laevens
Donna LaMarsh
Muriel Langstaff
Kingsley Langtry
Carmel Laprise
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Marie Laurie
Mary Lazarevich

Guy Joseph Lepage
Donald Wesley McGregor
Betty McKaig
Dr. Michelle McLauchlin
Lenore Miller
Sherry Moody
Bonnie Neaves
Anteo Padovan
Hugh Pardo
Rex Pardoe
Robert ‘Bob’ Parker
Murray Peltier
Mary Ann Pennock
Linda Poyntz
Harold Doug Praill
Donna Provost
Janice Ramboer

Dexter Reed
Alfred ‘Alfie’ Robert
Olga Ross
Ted Rumble
Beverley Sanborn
Audrey ‘Bruce’ Smale
James Henry ‘Jim’ Smith
Cecilia Stewart
James R Storey
Frank Uniac
Henk VanGiessen
Darlene Varga
Paul Vince

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