Debbie's Story

Debbie’s Story

“My advice to any family that has a loved one who’s ill is to seek out Hospice of the Panhandle. Don’t hesitate to call them,” she added. “And it’s so worth it … it’s the total package. It’s not just the end of life.”   

Sandy's Story

Sandy’s Story

Sandy’s family found that Hospice of the Panhandle could help in ways both large and small. During Sandy’s mother’s illness, her father needed time away in a place he loved – his detached garage where he worked on small machinery like lawnmowers and appliances.

Dottie’s Story

Dottie’s Story Bringing a former Air Guard commander home. When Brigadier General V. Wayne “Speedy” Lloyd was diagnosed with a fast-growing brain tumor, he wanted to get back to his home among the West Virginia hills. “I started my life here,” General Lloyd told his sister, Dottie Lorenz. “And I want to end it here.”…

Seem's Story

Steven’s Story

In the weeks leading up to the wedding, Bush’s hospice care team focused on making sure Bush could attend. “A lot of the care we provided was giving him the support and confidence that he could do this,” said Tasha Fellers, Berkeley team leader.