Meet Bob Ashby Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Bob: I am retired (72yrs old). I was raised in the state of Wyoming, on a farm & cattle operation […]
Meet Emily Heavener Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Emily: My name is Emily Heavener. I am 38 years old. I live in Hamilton with my husband of 15 […]
Thinking through Plans for Mrs. Smith’s Exit
Thinking through Plans for Mrs. Smith’s Exit Mrs. Smith’s daughter Elizabeth recently called Wings of Hope for the first time, not knowing if she really wanted to make the call. […]
Meet Amy Manning Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Amy: I’m 45 years old and the mother of 2 amazing daughters aged 13 and 18. I’ve been married to […]
Meet Sylvia Flahaut Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Illinois and have lived in Allegan County since age 5. I graduated from Allegan High School […]
Meet Tom Schipper Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Tom: I am 64 years old, married to my wife of 45 years. I am now retired and have been […]
Veterans Honored at Pinning Ceremony
Wings of Hope Hospice staff were warmly welcomed at Douglas Cove Health and Rehabilitation in Douglas on Veteran’s Day to honor the veterans who live at that facility. During the […]
Life and Death with Dignity
A recent patient said she learned the meaning of the phrase, “death with dignity.” She said the Wings of Hope Hospice team cared for her with the love of God. […]
Sensible Measures to Maintain Family Harmony at End of Life
As a hospice spiritual caregiver, it’s hard to bring comfort to a family when they are fighting. I was recently in one of those ugly scenes where a mother lay […]
What is Death Education and Why is It Important?
Death can be difficult to talk about. Learning more about death through Death Education can help increase our comfort level which may make death less frightening.