Hospice of Warren County, a non-profit affiliate of Warren General Hospital, received contributions during December in memory of Virgil Albaugh, Carlton "Curt" Arp, Donald Backstrom, Joyce Barton, Shirley Bashor, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berglund, Luise Bertetto, Stanley Bimber, Betty Williams Brown, Edna Brown, Charlotte Calderwood, Anita Carlett, Lawrence and Leona Carlson, Helen Chambers, Jake Chambers, Marcia Cosmano, Lawrence Curtin, Peggy Dagenhart, James Deigan, The Dicembre Family, Jack Donovan, Peg Dudenhoeffer, Richard Eck, Fred Falvo, Bill Farr, Farrahette's loved ones, William Fitzgerald, Regis Geitner, John Grandinetti, James Hackett, Fred Hammer, Pauline Hannold, Clyde Harman, George Jerman, Darrell Johnson, John Johnson, Richard Johnson, Eleanor Jones, Theresa Juliano, Joan Kerekanich, Norma Konkle, Joseph Kulbacki, Carla Lewis, Kenneth "Dave" Lynn, John "Jack" Mangini, Brenda Bonace Martin, Mike McKarski, Larry Meneo, Betty Morrison, Carol Nelson, Raya Nelson, Audry Papalia, Richard Pascuzzi, Lloyd Paul, Anthony Pellegrino, Yolanda Peroski, Dr. David Rice, Karen Robbins, Amanda Salapek, Albert Sechriest, Richard Sedon, Joseph Siliano, Alice Sirianni, Lorraine Slack, Gertrude Sleeman, John Sleeman, Marion Sleeman, Charles Smith, Joanna Spadafore, Daniel Stimmel, Charles Stone, Gerry Stone, Nancy Stone, Anne Tassone, Robert Tucker, Scott Warner, Elsie Yaegle, Gladys Yoder and Melvin Yoder.
Donations were also given in honor of Heide Allen, Dan Blair, Dr. Charles MacKenzie, Alice Marshall Rice, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker.
Donations to Hospice of Warren County can be mailed to P.O. Box 68, Warren, Pa. 16365 or made online at www.hospiceofwarrencounty.com/donations. Donations support the comprehensive Hospice Program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Service, DeFrees Support Program, and extensive Bereavement Services.