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Hospice program collects patients’ most treasured stories

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Posted: Monday, May 12, 2014 12:00 am

Everyone has a story to tell. Sometimes it’s a declaration of love and pride from a father to a son. 

There are tales of family folklore passed from grandparents to grandchildren. Sometimes it’s a message from a dying parent to her children, or a heart wrenching story of love and lessons for the future. Everyone has a story to tell, but sometimes people don’t always have enough time to tell them. 

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