Letter: Grateful husband’s wishes answered at the end of life


Thank you to the Coupeville emergency medical personnel. I have relied on you for years to keep my husband Michael safe.

Emergency response lift assistance allowed him to stay in our home until he died in late February 2021. It was his last wish to die at home. I could not have made that happen without your services and support.

I also wish to thank Hospice of the Northwest. Your services too were instrumental in making my husband’s last wishes be realized.

I am so grateful for your services. Life was very difficult in his last year. I am forever grateful that you made it easier.

Sharren Forrest Gray


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