2021 Report to Our Community

As our new fiscal year began amidst the pandemic, we were hopeful for the days, weeks, and months ahead. Challenges were met with the seeds of innovation and became opportunities to evolve our business to meet the needs of our patients, their families, and our community. Founded in 1979, we were determined to evolve our best practices to ensure our mission of compassion. Through our early adoption of telehealth and hands-on training, we were able to supplement our admissions process and in-person care when visitation was limited or prohibited in some settings, with the goal of providing the highest quality of care for our patients and their families.


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Our Mission To improve the quality of life for patients and families, and to be the Compassionate Guide for end-of-life care in our community.


Serving: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Duval, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee, and Union counties.

Our Vision To be the provider of choice and leader in our community for innovative solutions in end-of-life care.

PHIL WARD President and Chief Executive Officer, Community Hospice & Palliative Care

KEVIN ROBBINS Chair, Community Hospice & Palliative Care Board of Directors

JASON OSBORNE Chair, Community Hospice Foundation for Caring Board of Directors

Our Values Integrity, Leadership, Ownership, Respect and Value for the Individual, Superior Service, and Teamwork.


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Traditional care settings such as assisted living, long-term care, and skilled nursing facilities limited the number of visitors in an effort to decrease the spread of the virus. This proved problematic when our designated admissions nurses needed to gain access to a facility but were denied entrance. The role of an admission nurse is to conduct an informational visit that could lead to an admission, or an admission visit if the patient is deemed hospice appropriate once a comprehensive assessment has been conducted.

We Are Community. The People Who Care.

Denying access meant denying people’s right to utilize the hospice benefit.

As our new fiscal year began amidst the pandemic, we were hopeful for the days, weeks, and months ahead. Challenges were met with the seeds of innovation and became opportunities to evolve our business to meet the needs of our patients, their families, and our community. Founded in 1979, we were determined to evolve our best practices to ensure our mission of compassion. Through our early adoption of telehealth and hands-on training, we were able to supplement our admissions process and in-person care when visitation was limited or prohibited in some settings, with the goal of providing the highest quality of care for our patients and their families.

Thanks to an innovative solution spearheaded by our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ana A. Sanchez, and our Senior Vice President of Quality and Compliance, Kenny Stevenson, we found a way to support the needs of our patients and families. We trained our nurses assigned to care for hospice patients in assisted living, long-term care, and skilled nursing facilities to conduct informational and admission visits. In the event the patient’s caregiver or family member was unable to be present for the nurse’s visit, they used a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)– compliant telehealth tool to connect virtually. It was through teaching, technology, and innovation that we found ways to meet patients and families in their time of need and to be their Compassionate Guide.




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In less than 24 hours, we were ready to vaccinate hundreds of people and treat them in the same familial manner that our health system partners had shown us. Mary’s tireless efforts were recognized by First Coast News, and she was awarded and acknowledged as one of the “12 Who Care” in our community. She will be the first to tell you that the clinical team should be awarded and recognized, not her, and that caring for our community is not just our mission, it’s our calling.

We have always supplied our teams with personal protective equipment, even when there was a national shortage, but repeated attempts to secure vaccinations for them created an ongoing challenge. After weeks and months of trying, Mary McElroy, Senior Vice President of Hospice Services, reached out to her long-standing relationships at area health systems to inquire about vaccines for our staff. They responded with immediacy and invited our staff to get in line with their employees to receive their initial vaccination against the virus. The employees of Memorial Hospital, UF Health Jacksonville, and others welcomed our employees with open arms and referred to them as “family.” As these vaccination opportunities came to a close, Mary and her team received an urgent request from the Florida Department of Health. They asked if our Sunbeam Road headquarters could be transformed into a vaccination site for the people of our community. The People With Compassion.



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As the year progressed, we found innovative ways to continue to partner with our area health systems to meet their needs, the needs of our patients and families, and the community. Some of our long-standing health system partners in Northeast Florida needed to contract the beds in our facility-based Centers for Caring (inpatient units) to accommodate their increased patient census due to COVID-19 positivity rates. Our residential-style centers are designed to provide 24/7 care to stabilize patients, so it made perfect sense to turn them over to support the needs of our partners and ultimately our community. Thankfully, we were still able to care for hospice patients in need of support for their acute symptoms at our other Centers for Caring throughout North Florida. These short-stay facilities provide respite from caregiving, so loved ones have the opportunity to focus on being present. Our first Center for Caring opened in 1995 on our Mandarin campus, and in 2021, President and Chief Executive Officer Phillip C. Ward opened our tenth unit on the 7 th floor of Baptist Medical Center South in partnership with Hospital President Nicole Thomas, FACHE, to care for the people of Duval and the adjacent county of St. Johns. The People Who Innovate.

We are thankful for the opportunity to support the needs of our community in partnership with our area health systems and their leaders.



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A happy, huggable reminder.

Community Hospice & Palliative Care has grown from a movement focused on caring for a handful of people to a health care provider employing more than 1,000 people to care for more than 9,000 patients in 16 counties in North and North Central Florida annually. To fulfill our mission and meet our regulatory requirements, we are required to enlist the support of volunteers to supplement our patient care efforts. With the onset of the pandemic, our government oversight agency suspended the requirement of volunteer hours and did not reinstate the requirement. This did not stop our 1,000-person cadre of volunteers from finding innovative ways to support our patients and families, and the staff of Community Hospice & Palliative Care. An idea that made the news for its innovative and compassionate appeal was developed by our staff and hand-sewn by our volunteers for our patient’s families. For those left behind after the loss of a loved one, there comes a time when you have to go through personal effects. What if our volunteers were able to take an article of clothing and transform it into a heart-shaped memento, a “memory pillow”? The People Who Give Back.

Memory pillows are a happy, huggable reminder of loved ones who have gone. In 2021, Community Hospice & Palliative Care began offering memory pillows to the families of those who have died through a program called Forever In Our Hearts . 1 Since then, volunteers have made more than 100 heart-shaped pillows out of favorite or meaningful clothing. They are an integral part of our mission, supporting our Memory Pillow program, our Pet Therapy efforts, our Pet Peace of Mind program, our retail operations, and staffing the front desks of our Centers for Caring as both the first and last impression of our organization.



1 Soergel, M. (2022, July 7). Community hospice's "memory pillows" are a "happy reminder" of loved ones now gone.


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Every year, the Community PēdsCare team and Community Hospice Foundation for Caring partner to create a holiday experience for our pediatric patients and their families. Children typically come to the main campus on Sunbeam Road to meet Santa, take photos, receive gifts from their wish list, and more. The pandemic did not derail this festive annual event thanks to innovative thinking. They created a Candy Cane Lane drive-through experience for the 381 PēdsCare children and their families. Departments from across the organization used their own money to create holiday-themed stops on Candy Cane Lane, and two members of our staff dressed up like Santa and Mrs. Claus. Our PēdsCare families were able to experience a safe, festive, innovative holiday event, thanks to our people, Stellar, and JFC Cares.

The pandemic was difficult for children and adults, especially those living with life-limiting and life- threatening conditions. Our Community PēdsCare (peeds care) team, led by Director Patrice Austin, found innovative ways to engage our pediatric patients and their families, many of which had further isolated due to the COVID-19 positivity rates in the community. In partnership with the Community Hospice Foundation for Caring, the first-ever Halloween Doors & More drive-in movie experience was created for PēdsCare children. The same is true of the annual Community PēdsCare Day of Remembrance, when we honor all children whose lives were touched by the program but are no longer with us. This annual celebration of life was held virtually, instead of being cancelled, to honor the lives of our PēdsCare children and support their families’ healing journeys. The People For Children.



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The Community Hospice Foundation for Caring is responsible for raising funds to support programs that benefit the community and are delivered at no cost to the recipients. The depth and breadth of our community benefit programs far exceed those offered by most nonprofit hospice agencies, but we would not have it any other way. We feel it is our responsibility as your community-based hospice to give back to the community that has supported us since 1979. OUR LIFE-ENHANCING PROGRAMS INCLUDE: » Pediatric palliative care » Compassionate charity hospice care for patients who do not qualify for Medicare and/or do not have private insurance » Bereavement and community grief support for up to thirteen months after the death of a loved one in our care » Music and pet therapy to support the emotional needs of adult patients » Pet care and placement when a patient can no longer support the needs of their beloved animal » African American outreach in underserved communities » Specialized care for the nearly 2,000 veterans we serve annually The People Who Support You.

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Other fundraising events included a virtual Bow Wow Walk and two outdoor events. The 26th annual Concours d ’Elegance was held on the lawn of The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, as planned and, thanks to the event’s attendees, $25,000 was raised in support of our mission. The other outdoor event, Suds and Shreds, was hosted by the Foundation’s Teen Advisory Board and raised $1,060. Regretfully, St. Augustine’s signature fundraiser for our mission was canceled, but plans for the event are underway.

The success of these events funds our community programs in service

In 2021, the Foundation found innovative ways to recreate some of our annual events to raise funds for our community programs. In addition to the Community PēdsCare events, the Foundation team created a virtual Tree of Life and Candlelight Service of Remembrance event to honor the patients and families. The event honored the memory of loved ones lost in a beautiful, inspiring program of music, verse, and reflection. The Hadlow Campus was illuminated with lights representing each patient served by Community Hospice since 1979. The People Who Engage.

to our mission of compassion.

The inaugural Bow Wow Walk 2021, presented by Pet Paradise, was a month-long walk/marathon challenge that benefited the Community Hospice & Palliative Care pet programs. With the goal of helping patients with advanced illness keep their pets at home, the pet assistance program helps elderly hospice patients continue to enjoy the companionship of the animals they love. The annual Suds-n-Shred fundraiser provided secure, on-site shredding of personal documents, and Teen Advisory Board members washed cars for donations.




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Memorable Moments.

In January 2021, we kicked off our internal campaign called Memorable Moments for both clinical and non-clinical employees. We wanted the staff to know that they matter, are appreciated, and that the moments they are creating are noticed and celebrated. We took these meaningful experiences and memorable moments and recognized team members weekly through a patient story or HERO nomination that exemplifies the combination of all of our values:


2021 By The Numbers.

10,000 11,000 12,000 13,000 14,000 15,000 16,000 17,000 18,000 19,000 20,000 Patients Served

Primary Illnesses




Cancer 31%





Patients & Caregivers


19,409 Total patients served

98% Patients served at home

2% Care provided in our centers for caring

356 Children and families served by Community PēdsCare




Non-Cancer 69%


0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000



Demographics by Age


Under 65 17%


821 Size of compassionate staff that create our Community of Care


1,633 Veterans served

48,831 Hours of volunteer service

812 Volunteers participating throughout the year

12,154 Community members found hope and healing through Community Grief & Bereavement services




1995 2001 2007 2011 2013 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021



Over 65 83%

Amount and Percentage of Community Program Expenses:




PedsCare Bereavement Charity Care Benefit & Outreach TOTAL

1,181,469 (29%) $423,588 (10%) $959,352 (24%) $1,488,898 (37%) $4,053,307



19,408 Patients served for 2021 across 16 Florida counties





2,317 Grief sessions serving area residents

235,459 Days of routine care by home care teams

21,519 Days of general inpatient care

$4.5M Overall investment in community-focused programs






Donor List.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leitner Mayo Clinic of Jacksonville Mrs. Heidi E. Jimmerson Paula and Randal Ringhaver Teresa M. and Christopher F. Emans Timothy and Sherrie Geddes William and Pamela Steitz Nick and Lisa Kavalieros WJCT, Inc. Mrs. Gretchen W. Harris Buford L. Bowen Charitable Fund Mr. Duane A. Bradley Ronnie and Jerrold Rosenbaum Family Foundation, Inc. Jim and Bunny Cannon Ron Dixon, DMD Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lichter Lester Giddens The St. Augustine Record Craig Funeral Home, Inc. Paul C. Grafton University of Florida Department of Pediatrics Jacksonville Wolfson Children's Hospital The Bailey Group John Wiley and Tracey Coleman Utili-Serve, LLC Susan Garner

Pilot Club of Jacksonville, Inc. Samuel J. Foley, Jr. Clare and Vance Berry

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Melvin & Donna Young Family Fund Ms. Julie L. Scott Paul and Klare Reinhold Foundation Lisa Veal Williamd B. and Dorothy S. Butler

We are thankful to the individuals and organizations below that have supported Community Hospice & Palliative Care at the Guardians of Light level (gifts of $1,000 or more annually). These contributions support Community Hospice & Palliative Care in continuing its mission to improve the quality of life for our patients and their families. In appreciation, we recognize and honor our Guardians of Light donors who made gifts between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021. GUARDIANS OF LIGHT DONORS

Carlton and Catharine Gilchrist Dr. Lawrence and Phyllis Godberg Matthew Van Rysdam Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Blackburn Rod and Ellen Sullivan Charitable Foundation Capt. Charles M. Brune, U.S.N. (Ret.) Kara and Daniel Haeusssner Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Doolittle, Jr. AmVets Post 45 Mr. and Mrs. Randy C. Reagor Ms. Linda Mahoney Devletian Family Trust Ms. Janet R. Thornton The Wawa Foundation Ryan, Marks and Stromberg Attorneys, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Scarano

Ms. Susan Ponder-Stansel Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Poli Will and Heather Courtney Mr. James Belisario Affordable Carpet & Wood, Inc. Clerk of Court, Clay County Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Brinkley The Goldstein Family Upchurch, Bailey & Upchurch

Million+ (Lifetime Giving) The Acosta-Rua Family Foundation Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Bailey, Sr.

Mrs. Dorothy S. Dorion The Donald C. McGraw Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Derek D. Muehrcke

Frederick and Nancy Robbins Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Brian and Michelle Wilson The Buckingham Family Fund Beam ($5,000) Melvin H. Rudov Estate Mr. Philip R. Keefer The Norman Hugh & Regina S. Mathews Foundation

Flame ($10,000) Wilburn C. Finch, Jr.*

Nancy M. McDonald Endowment Fund The Donald C. McGraw Foundation, Inc. John H. Moore, II and Joan K. Moore Trust The Neviaser Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Petway Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Arlene Sommer* Mr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Weaver Theador F. Weber Trust Wolfson Children's Hospital Beacon ($100,000+) Estate of Marjorie L. Simpson Joseph Menaged* The Petway Family Foundation, Inc. The Neviaser Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Petway, III J.B. Coxwell Contracting, Inc. Torch ($25,000) The Charles A. Henderson Trust Florida Blue Foundation James F. O'Neil III Alan and Pam Green Family Foundation Mr. H. Leon Buckles DuBow Family Foundation, Inc. The Lastinger Family Foundation Ken and Rachel Ringhaver Weaver Family Endowment Fund Dignity Memorial Hardage-Giddens Funeral Homes Riverside Rotary Foundation PGA TOUR, Inc.

Fatemeh Pirnia* The Bailey Group Mr. and Mrs. Fernando J. Acosta-Rua George M. Baldwin Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Scharf The Thomas M. Kirbo and Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation Pet Paradise Edna Sproull Williams Foundation S. Irving and Anne Nevard Sherr Foundation, Inc. Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation Nancy and Niall Falloon

Ephraim, Paul, Ted, and Andy Martin Mr. and Mrs. James F. Register, Jr. The Family of Joseph Earl Mayer Odette Pitts The Rosensteel, Quinn and Masteller Families Thomas P. Schmidt Barbara Duncan Charles R. Johnson

JP Morgan Chase Parilee Brenchley O'Neill Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. James P. Branch, Jr.

The Niblett Family The Fondry Family Brian and Susan Coughlin

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dekle Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gorzka Mr. and Mrs. John C Merrill, USN (Ret) Daniel Harrell England-Thims & Miller, Inc. John and Mary Jane Uible

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shields II LaVerne and Andrew Cantor Mr. Worth Turner Diana and Ben Davis DUO Charitable Foundation Lindsey and Fontaine LeMaistre Gresham Smith Dan and Debra Alexander Sara and Dimitri Kavalieros

Dr. and Mrs. Larry C. Young Korman and Shelton Families Wells Fargo US Assure Mrs. Susan S. Winkler David and Nancy Dawson William Dowd The L. John and Deborah Arbizzani Charitable Foundation, Inc. Tom and Henna Kerins The Burns and Irene Bailey Memorial Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Daniels Dr. Bruce and Sharon Witten Boyd Family Tithe Fund Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn Dorothy McMullin Katherine and Charles Arnold Mary and Bruce Bower Gasper and Irene Lazzara Charitable Foundation Witt's End Family Foundation Mr. Alberto Toledo The Alfred I. duPont Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Courtland Jack and Betty Demetree Family Foundation

Joan M. Toney Edward A. Kent Mrs. Ann H. Beach Shaari Ergas Dr. and Mrs. Brian L. Schwam

Spark Alice Mach Coughlin* Lorraine B. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Wahl James L. Ade*

Louis Portnoy Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Busey Lyn and Jimmy Gabrielsen Dr. Susan Leger-Krall and Mr. William J. Krall

Matthew Mandeville The DeAngelis Family Mr. Kenneth C. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Day Swisher International, Inc. and its employees Kathleen Bowling Judith and Carl Stoudemire Debra Malinis

Wilmer K Fisher* Leonard's Studio

Uible-Morris Family Foundation, Inc. Bill and Linda Doyle Charitable Fund Elizabeth and Andrew Ade Pinnacle Central Co., Inc. The Goldsmith Family Foundation Baker Constructors, Inc. Deidre S. Leake North Florida Bass Masters Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ware Mrs. Monica A. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Witt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian McGovern

The Boles Law Firm Ms. Debra Pelletier Barbara H. Cone The Schultz Foundation, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Salazar Mary and Barham Cook Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Darr Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Kibler Mr. and Mrs. Kent C. New

Mr. W.J. Frazier Karen E. Knight Kathy Rowlett Mrs. Carol Roof Louis M. Dworzycki and Rose M. Braender Chris Shee

The Gase Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas N. Burnett Rebecca and Brian Schwam Denoel Family Trust Milton J. Wood Company

Michael and Dea Sims Mrs. Karen G. DiRaffael

Mr. V. J. Usina, III The Insetta Family

Avion Solutions, Inc. Andy and Leah Baggs Dr. Kevin C. Jones and Dr. Nandita Joshi Jones

Ring Power Corporation Theador F. Weber Trust

Tom Nehl Truck Company Fund David A. Stein Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vega Ashley and Jeremy Cox Ms. Patricia Brown Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Witt Mr. and Mrs. Jared E. Policastro Stellar Foundation Mari Terbrueggen Darleen R. Unger Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Blakely, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Phelps Robert and Mica Brown

Mrs. Cynthia Tomlin Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid W. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Warrell Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dockery Cynthia Bird Mr. and Mrs. Kent Lipham Mr. and Mrs. A.J. McGuinness Mrs. Karen Berger Rev. James J. Cardosi Mr. Jay W. Monahan and Dr. Susan R. Monahan Dr. Warren Keene Mrs. Roberta Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Julian B. Coomes II Green Bay Packers Mr. and Mrs. Felix Crawford Dr. Todd and Katherine Batenhorst Duval Motor Company Charity, Inc. St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park Ambassador Marilyn McAfee Mr. Michael Mullin Ms. Janet Clements Mr. Leon Carrero The Marion W. Minton & Walter J. Minton Foundation, Inc. David A. Baker Dr. Robert C. Nuss and Dr. Ann Harwood-Nuss Mr. Donald W. Maley Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Day The Harvey & Lois Dann Foundation, Inc Mary L. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stroble Mr. E. Karl Frisch MedMal Direct Insurance Company Vic and Linda Yerrill Mrs. Karen L. King The Andes Family The Family of William Eugene Hudson

Cornelia R. Robbins Mr. E. Robert Burkart Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Dugan, Jr. Mrs. Voncile Jackson

Dr. Jeffrey H. Levenson and Dr. Ilene S. Levenson Walter and Bonnie Kurosko

Susan & Bristol Winkler Endowment in memory of John A. Winkler Women's Leadership Council Endowment Kelsi Leah Young Respite Care Endowment Fund Alan and Pam Green Endowment

J. H. Markham, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Mayo Mr. and Mrs. Brent Mayo Ms. Frances W. McCurry

Sharon Rosenblum A-B Distributors, Inc. Angela Jones Arnett

Mr. Rodney Carr Margaret Richard Mrs. Ellen Wallwork

William G. McDonnell* Katherine A. McDonnell* Mr. and Mrs. John C. McIlvaine Joseph Menaged* Myrtle H. Mikkelsen* Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Mills Mr. Jay W. Monahan and Dr. Susan R. Monahan John H. Moore II*

We would like to thank those who have included Community Hospice & Palliative Care in their estate and other financial planning.

Scott Milligan Jeffrey Mann Mrs. Lynn DeLoatch Mrs. Christina Langston Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Garro, Jr. Lorena Doolittle Brooks Brothers Trailers Christ Episcopal Church Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cameron Margaret Greer Edmiston Pat and Brendan O'Connell Ms. Cecelia M. McCarton Mr. and Mrs. Peter Orlando Mrs. Jayne Daube Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Braddock Mr. and Mrs. John W. Basso Mrs. Fran Coxwell Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Ferber The Walmart Foundation Andrew and Nolan Mackin Prozes Ms. Cynthia Fort Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Buchholz Mrs. Leslie Mann Elizabeth C. McNabb Stephen and Helen Archibald Mr. and Mrs. Raj Shetty Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Robbins Susan McKeever and John Quattrochi The Lietch Family Capt. and Mrs. Daniel Flynn Denise and Paul Kotos Teresa Lawrence Mr. Robert Giebeig Col. Audrey J. Lewis Cheryl Player

We would like to acknowledge and deeply thank the families who have made it possible for Community Hospice & Palliative Care to expand to ten centers for caring and continue our work in Northeast and North Central Florida. It is because of you that our patients and their families continue to receive the quality care and comfort that so many rely on. Community Hospice Centers for Caring Earl B. Hadlow Center for Caring George and Margaret Morris Center for Caring Dr. Gaston J. Acosta-Rua Center for Caring Anne and Donald McGraw Center for Caring Bailey Family Center for Caring at Flagler Health+ Community Hospice Center for Caring at Ascension St. Vincent’s Riverside Hospital Jane and Bill Warner Center for Caring Community Hospice Center for Caring at Ascension St. Vincent’s Southside Hospital Alice and T. O’Neal Douglas Center for Caring at Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville Community Hospice at Baptist Medical Center South Endowment Funds Assaf Family Endowment in memory of Barbara Browning Manning Blanchart Family Endowment Fund Ed and Lisa Dulik Endowment Evans-Holmes for McGraw Center Endowment Nancy M. McDonald Endowment Fund Monahan Family Care Endowment Neviaser Family Community PedsCare Endowment Amanda Petway Endowment Fund Estates of Capt. and Mrs. Powell P. Vail, Jr. Estate of Grafton N. Smith Endowment Weaver Family Endowment Fund The Edward W. and Marlene K. White Endowment Estate of Betty Williams

Gail and Jack Bacon Mrs. Hilary A. Breen Mr. and Mrs. John Brink Louis & Carole Shlipak Philanthropic Fund Mr. H. Roger Sharp Michael and Susan Batten Patrice Jones Mary Povlak Mr. and Mrs. John E. McElroy Patrice H. Austin Mr. and Mrs. David Manowski Lyn B. Deckman Muriel Wilkins and Family, Marsha Ralston and Family, Karen Brinson, and Family Ms. Barbara J. League Little Hands, Big Hearts Little People's Service Organization Mr. Mark Todd Ben and Seanna Phelps Mr. Harry D. Sweeney John and Gayle Graddy The Mitzi Saul Charitable Fund, a Donor

1979 Society Lauree Abramowitz * Mr. and Mrs. Fernando J. Acosta-Rua Mr. John Ashenfelter Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Assaf Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Bailey, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Todd J. Batenhorst Ms. Marcia R. Baygents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Bott Mrs. Karen M. Buskirk Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Byrd* Mr. Robert M. Carter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Duane F. Conklin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Curry Ms. Amy R. Davis

William J. O'Connor* Ursula B. O'Connor* Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Pangborn IV Capt. William A. Pickens, U.S.N. (Ret.)

James Rosemond* Isabelle C. Russell* Mrs. Lily Scott Joseph E. Sexton*

Marjorie L. Simpson* Robert D. Slimmon* Estate of Marguerite Smalley* Ms. Mary A. Smith Mr. Harold H. Snyders Mr. and Mrs. David A. Spring Mr. Gene Steves* Linnis K. Tanner* George Dekle Taylor* Betty J. Armstrong Taylor* James W. Taylor* Virginia H. Taylor* Estate of Edward A. Thornwell, Jr.* Mr. Robert L. Tonsfeldt Gwynne G. Tonsfeldt* Norman L. Tully* Mrs. Daphne J. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. White, Jr.

Mrs. Marian M. Derfer Mrs. Dorothy S. Dorion Elizabeth A. Dougherty * Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Dulik

Advised Fund of Jewish Foundation TJ Supreme Management Company Stanley Blaxton Foundation Mr. James E. Langley Modern Woodmen of America Mr. Jason Gibbs Baptist Health Nassau - Spiritual Care Kathleen S. Haeussner Ms. Pauline M. Rice Kimberly and Richard Sisisky Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rhow Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Stepp Berman Family Foundation Mr. Nathan R. Morris Mr. Ronald K. Rousselle The Jaffa Family Endowment Fund Whitey's Fish Camp Mr. and Mrs. Donald McAvoy

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Edgar Carole S. Fishbaugh* Henry R. Gibson*

Ms. Barbara Goldberg Ms. Bonita Golden-Sikes Mr. and Mrs. John T. R. Hayt, Sr. Mrs. Mary R. Henry Ms. Ruth Holmes Ms. Ramona G. Houston Virginia M. Johnsen* Elinor D. Jones* Louise S. Keen* Dr. Warren E. Keene Sr. Master Sgt. Randy Kersey

Ms. Deborah P. Whittle Mrs. Susan S. Winkler Nadine M. Wynne*

Nancy Cavins Pamella Gesell McCabe & Ronsman, Attorneys at Law Mr. and Mrs. David L. Kieper Hodge Law Firm Barbara S. Schaefer Rayonier, Inc. Sandra M. Catallo Mr. James R. Griffiths, Sr.


Mark Schaefer Sandra Mann Sharp Mortgages Scott Kluth Richard Pohlig Joseph Sullivan Crane Group Co.

LaVonne N. LaHatte* Mr. Donald E. Liebhart Thomas C. Liptak* Mr. and Ms. Scott Manley

Mrs. Daphne J. Walton Mrs. Diane A. Bruton

A big thank you to those who donated anonymously!

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Hospice Centers for Caring Anne and Donald McGraw Mayo Clinic West Campus Bailey Family

Flagler Health+ Campus Dr. Gaston J. Acosta-Rua 5450 Ramona Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32205 Earl B. Hadlow 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257 Community Hospice Baptist Medical Center South, 7th Floor (Opened in 2021 FY) Alice and T. O’Neal Douglas Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, 5th Floor Community Hospice Ascension St. Vincent’s Riverside Hospital, 4th Floor Community Hospice Ascension St. Vincent’s Southside Hospital, 5th Floor

George and Margaret Morris UF Health Jacksonville, 6th Floor Jane and Bill Warner Baptist Medical Center Nassau Campus, 1st Floor

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