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Life Comes Full Circle
Sheila Corbett was a volunteer during the early days of Hospice of Frederick County, when a very small number of people made a big difference to the larger community. So, when Corbett and her family sought out Hospice 30 years later, when Sheila ...
Making the Right Decision
Joe Ferguson could be a little contrary at times. “I’m a stubborn person,” he admitted. “When I make up my mind, it usually doesn’t change.” But after saying “no” to Hospice of Frederick County not ...
Veteran Volunteer Fills Unique Role
There is a certain bond that veterans have with one another that is not affected by time, age differences or branch of service. Veteran volunteers have a special knack for understanding the unique needs and challenges of their fellow veterans, and ...
A Life in Review
For 102 years, veteran George Hull has called Frederick home. “I never expected to live this long,” says the WWII veteran, who, after more than a century of hard work, true love, and a hero’s courage, is spending his final days at ...
Hospice, You're Never Alone
When you’re coping with the loss of a loved one or need help caring for a family member or friend who is dying, where do you turn? For Greg Feeser, there’s only one option—Hospice of Frederick County. Greg first turned to Hospice in ...
Love and Happiness
A former professional chef and antique purveyor, Eloise Dorsey’s zest for life continued as a Kline House resident. Eloise devoted her life to loving and caring for her husband, Charles, of 57 years as well as her children, grandchildren, and ...
Good Samaritan of the Year-Call for Nominations
Every year, Frederick Memorial Hospital honors a local individual as its Good Samaritan of the Year. Now in its 28 th year, this prestigious award recognizes deserving individuals not only for their generosity to FMH, but also for their selfless ...
Over 50? Here's What You Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer
This year, the American Cancer Society estimates 97,220 new cases of colon cancer and 43,030 new cases of rectal cancer. Overall, the lifetime risk of developing colorectal cancer is about 1 in 22 (4.49%) for men and 1 in 24 (4.15%) for women. ...