In 1998, I lost my 46 year old husband to Colon Cancer. Having had TOO many hospital stays, Larry chose the only other option at the time, to die at home. Our daughters were in their early 20s and with their help, and that of family and friends, we provided personal care, comfort and support for constant pain, while still keeping the house up, cleaning, laundry, planning meals and coordinating visits. It was a very challenging feat, but he died surrounded in the love of family and friends. Too often however, we were busy coordinating services, or running for a never-ending supply of pain medication instead of just being with him to spend quality family time for the short, valuable period that we had left.The Bridge Hospice would have been an answer to our prayers, meeting all of Larry’s personal and medical needs, while offering support to not only him, but to us as well. With your help it will remain a blessing for other families Please donate!