continued “When someone is sick in your family, it doesn’t just affect one person, so we take care of the whole family and make sure that we can give advice expertise and find ways that life can be as good as it can be,” Burger said.
Because of the work of community fundraising, Burger and Roemischer said their work at Hospice can continue for all those who need their services no matter the patient’s condition, age or financial ability.
“Thank you to the seventh grades for the baking. Thank you to the high school student council for matching the funds for the dance donation,” Roemischer said. “It really is important to us.”