Angel Medical butterfly release to honors Hospice patients

The community is invited to attend a memorial butterfly release ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 9 at Angel Medical Center.

The ceremony will feature music, inspirational readings and a time of prayer, followed by the release of live butterflies by all in attendance.

“The program is intended to provide a nurturing, renewing experience for people grieving the loss of a loved one,” said Rev. Vic Greene, Angel Hospice Chaplain. “The ceremony is really a celebration of the lives of those being remembered and honored.”

Angel Hospice’s mission is to provide the highest quality hospice and palliative care to their patients and their families.

“The staff of Angel Medical Center and Angel Hospice encourages everyone to join with us for this free event. We are sure it will lift your spirits,” said Jean Sprinkle, director of Angel Hospice.

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