Tal­bot Hospice marks Guthrie mem­bers

The Star Democrat - - LIFE -

EAS­TON — More than 140 Tal­bot Hospice Guthrie So­ci­ety mem­bers were hon­ored at a donor ap­pre­ci­a­tion party Sept. 14, hosted by Jim and Max­ine Far­rell at Can­ter­bury Manor.

The Guthrie So­ci­ety is a giv­ing so­ci­ety for donors that give at a des­ig­nated level each year to the an­nual cam­paign. The group is named af­ter one of Tal­bot Hospice’s founders, Dr. Eu­gene “Buck” Guthrie, and this group of ded­i­cated donors ex­em­pli­fies and hon­ors Guthrie.

Can­ter­bury Manor is a colo­nial re­vival man­sion on Bai­ley’s Neck built in 1906, fea­tur­ing sweep­ing views of Trippe Creek and award-win­ning gar­dens.

“We want to share Can­ter­bury Manor with our com­mu­nity,” Max­ine Far­rell said. “It brings us great plea­sure to en­ter­tain this im­por­tant group of Tal­bot Hospice sup­port­ers.”

Tal­bot Hospice Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor Vi­vian Dodge took the op­por­tu­nity to ex­press her ap­pre­ci­a­tion for Guthrie So­ci­ety mem­bers and their sup­port for the hospice mis­sion.

“Our donors are an in­spi­ra­tion. They have given their time, ef­forts, re­sources, com­mit­ment, and love to Tal­bot Hospice,” Dodge said. “Their gifts and sup­port make it pos­si­ble for Tal­bot Hospice to ex­ist and to close the gap of nearly $485,000 in care and ser vices that is un­com­pen­sated.”

Tal­bot Hospice has been pro­vid­ing hospice and grief sup­port ser­vices in Tal­bot County since 1981. For ques­tions or for more in­for­ma­tion visit Tal­botHospice.org or call 410-822-6681.


Tal­bot Hospice cel­e­brated donors on Sept. 14 at Can­ter­bury Manor. From left, Beth Trippe, Will Gor­don, Lee Gor­don, Brenda Stone, Dan Wat­son and Rich Trippe.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.