Hospice honors those who helped make a difference


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  • ): Cathy A. Shane, RN, BSN þÄì Excellence in Care Award; Marlina R. Schetting, MSW, LCSW, CT þÄì Excellence in Leadership Award; Reverend Ernest M. Kosa þÄì Statesman Award and Robert E. McCracken, Owner/Manager, Smith-McCracken and Wood Funeral Homes þÄì Ambassador Award.




  • From left, Jennifer Smith, Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice Events Manager; Jeanette Klemm - the Spirit of Hospice Award was presented to both Jeanette and her husband Willard who was unable to attend the event; event emcee, Robert Vanderbergh þÄì Senior Executive Vice President Lakeland Bank.




  • From left, Friends of Hospice, volunteers committed to raising funds and awareness for Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice þÄì Heart of Hospice Award þÄìfront row: Bea Smith, Treasurer, Jeanette Klemm, Vice President, Lisa OþÄôHara, President; 2nd row: Gail Burkes, Secretary, June Roberts, Mary Finnegan, Judy Archibald, Janet McGee, Jennifer Smith; 3rd row: Gay VanEtten, Jodi Butler, Nancy Gallo and Selina Sheerin.



Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice on April 27 hosted Hospice Honors, presented by Lakeland Bank, at the Panther Valley Country Club in Allamuchy.

The event was held to recognize the efforts of those individuals whose work has advance the cause of hospice.


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