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Hospice Reflections

Honor your loved one at the Linda E. White Hospice House’s
Hospice Reflections Memorial
The Meaning Behind the Hospice Reflections Sculpture

Hospice Reflections was designed and created by local artist Dale Enochs. Enochs created a meditative experience using arcs similar to those within the Linda E. White Hospice House chapel. 

The structure is intended to be observed and discovered by loved ones, and it included perforated compositions that illustrate water, sky and a celestial background. These overall images are interspersed with birds in flight, an individual in a boat, and other symbolic images. There are benches around the arches for viewers to sit, reflect and discover the symbolic images intertwined within the artwork.


In honoring your loved one you are also helping the Deaconess Hospice team improve the quality of life for those under our care. Your contributions help fund supplies and equipment to help support hospice patients and their families. 

Specialized programs like We Honor Veterans, Good Grief Patrol, and community outreach  are also possible because of your generosity. We are able to provide these wonderful services thanks to you!

Danielle Naas
Director of Clinical Services of Deaconess Hospice


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About Giving to Deaconess Foundation
Your gift is tax deductible. Deaconess Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. If your gift is $1,000 or more, you will become a member of our President's Society. Thank you for giving.

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