Stories Of Hope
Rodney and Dare SpicerPosted on Feb 12th, 2016 | Perma Link
In loving memory of their daughter, Emmy Spicer
(Pictured with their son, Hayden)
"We first learned about Kids Path from a friend in Emmy’s daisy scout troop, and we are truly thankful for the knowledge our friend shared. The relief and support provided by the Kids Path program made our journey so much better. We lived every day like Emmy would keep living, and we embraced what we were facing as a family. Kids Path helped make life as normal as possible for us during her battle. Our message for parents is to reach out and utilize every resource you can. You are your child’s best advocate!"
Dorothy HamptonPosted on Feb 12th, 2016 | Perma Link
Patient, Hospice of Randolph County
Jerry and Haley TrogdonPosted on Feb 10th, 2016 | Perma Link
Jerry and Haley Trogdon
In loving memory of their mother, Angela Denise McMillon Trogdon
"Our Mom chose hospice care with Hospice of Randolph County for herself, and we knew it was exactly what she wanted. She was so happy during her time at the Randolph Hospice House, and to us that was all that mattered. We spent our final days together being supported by our hospice team while loving and hugging our mom. The Randolph Hospice House quickly became a new home for her. We could not have asked for a better team of nurses. We learned a lot from our Mom. She wasn’t afraid of hospice care…now we aren’t either.
Stephanie PittsPosted on Feb 9th, 2016 | Perma Link
Stephanie Pitts in loving memory of her father, Jack Pitts
(Pictured with her children, Caitlyn and Dustin)
"As a single mother and the only caregiver for my Dad, I would have been lost without Hospice of Randolph County. I truly believe that the extra two months we had with my Dad were because of the care from our Hospice Angels at the Randolph Hospice House. Not only did they make sure that my Dad was comfortable during his final days, they also helped us through the grieving process after he passed away. The social workers traveled to Caitlyn and Dustin's school and met with them to support them as they grieved. My kids also participated in Caterpillar's Quest Grief Camp in 2013, which really helped them. I want other people to know that it is normal to be afraid when your loved one is facing death, but I encourage you to give hospice care a chance! I don’t know what we would have done without them."
Carla HigginsPosted on Feb 8th, 2016 | Perma Link
In loving memory of Carl H. Skeen
(Carla is pictured with her mother, Patricia Skeen)
Our hospice team provided for every need that we experienced during and after the loss of my dad. I am proud to work with a team that I love and trust.