Luminary

Bringing Heart & Soul to the business of resale

By Mary Zahner Bauer, KCH Director of Donor Relations Published:  May 10, 2022 Have you ever walked into a store and immediately fell in love with every item you saw? When you feel like you have found the perfect place...

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Kansas City Hospice House celebrates its 15 year anniversary

By Angela Ross, Content Specialist  Published: November 23, 2021 November is National Hospice & Palliative Care Month and a time to join with other hospices, throughout the country, to educate our community about the many options available for people dealing...

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music therapy

Power of music to connect

The power of music is undeniable. Whether you like dancing to the top hits or relaxing to the classics, music brings joy. It helps us relax and even helps “blow off steam” at the end of a long day. Music...

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Sustaining Angel

Remembering KC roots

Remembering KC Roots and four special people was originally published in the Spring 2021 issue of Luminary newsletter. There are certain moments in our lives that resonate, carrying us through difficult times. They bring a smile to our face and...

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Kansas City Hospice

Champions of Carousel pediatric care

Kansas City Hospice is grateful to the team at Chicken N Pickle for becoming the champions of Carousel pediatric care! Chicken N Pickle took North Kansas City by storm in 2016 and hasn’t looked back. The indoor/outdoor complex includes delicious...

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Kansas City Hospice

Turning grief into good at Patrick’s Bar

If you’ve never been to Patrick’s Bar & No Grill, you’re missing out! A true neighborhood hangout, Patrick’s is at 82nd & Wornall Road in Kansas City. Owner Pat Sanders has truly created a place “where everybody knows your name!”...

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Kansas City Hospice

Virtual community education series

Kansas City Hospice® Virtual Community Education Series Kansas City Hospice is pleased to announce a new virtual community education series. This year's topics include: Apr 22 A Physician’s Perspective on Advanced Planning with Dr. Lisa Bernard May 20 Gift Annuities:...

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Pamela Puppe Patient Care Scholarship Fund

Giving back and paying forward

Giving back and paying forward is on the mind of Pam Puppe and Kansas City Hospice is grateful for her support. As a young girl, Pamela Puppe dreamt of becoming a nurse and worked hard toward that goal, obtaining near-perfect...

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compassionate care

Finding Joy – a Chaplain’s story of pie, tea and memories

by Joel Carmer, Chaplain at Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care There are many paths to finding joy and peace. Some people find joy in their family and shared memories. Others have hobbies and creative outlets. For some, it's a...

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Les Pebley’s legacy of love and compassion

Les Pebley's legacy of love. On a cold December day almost ten years ago, Lester (Les) Pebley, Kansas City Hospice board member Fran, and her husband Arnie had lunch with Kansas City Hospice staff. During their conversation Les shared that...

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