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Examples of ethical wills sit on a table as members of Hospice of the Western Reserve (left to right) Beth Elsass, community relations co-ordinator, Laurie Henrichsen, communications representative, Karen Hatfield, counseling services team leader, and Genny Costanzo, community relations co-ordinator, talk about the how the wills can help families reflect the voice of the heart during an interview at their office in Fairlawn. The wills can be a letter, a cd or a scrap book to name some examples. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
An example of ethical wills sits on a table as Laurie Henrichsen, a communications representative with Hospice of the Western Reserve, talks about the how the wills can help families reflect the voice of the heart during an interview at her office in Fairlawn. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)