Canine Comforters

April 27, 2021

Volunteers come in all shapes and sizes, but none give more smiles per pound than Eileen and Bill Wissore’s canine comfort companions. The couple’s Great Pyrenees are trained service animals with a gift for knowing how to brighten the final days of life or first hours of grief, and they have comforted thousands in five… Read More

Inspired to Serve

April 26, 2021

Mary Lou Lehde answers a calling as a hospice volunteer, inspired to give back by the care her loved one received. She was introduced to Community Healthcare of Texas during her sister’s last illness and has entrusted the agency with the care of her family since. After her mother’s death, she felt and answered a… Read More

A Gift of Service

April 22, 2021

Hospice is a calling for volunteer Deborah Hogan, one rooted in faith, life experience, and a community of caring people who inspire her to serve through Community Healthcare of Texas – Providence Hospice. She and volunteers like her play many roles in hospice. Whether they ease the isolation of patients living with a serious or… Read More

Labors of Love: Couple Cares & Shares

April 21, 2021

Caring for their neighbors is a labor of love Chris and W.L. Sanders share as Community Healthcare of Texas – Providence Hospice volunteers. It is also a calling that adds joyful service and meaning to their retirement years. Community Healthcare of Texas volunteers receive more than 40 hours of specialized training. Chris and W.L. also… Read More

A New Tour of Duty: Army Vet Still Serves

April 20, 2021

Veteran Kenny Spruill could have kicked back after retiring from the U.S. Army. Instead, he gives back in one of the toughest jobs a volunteer will ever love: hospice visitor. Kenny is one of the extraordinary volunteers who give thousands of hours a year to help hospice patients and their families. Many serve to pay… Read More