Chris began his hospice career as a volunteer while at Baylor University. Chris has spent 25 years working in hospice seeking to support individuals and their families through end-of-life care and bereavement support. Chris is passionate about his faith and educating the community about Hope and hospice and recognizes that it is what we do in this life for others that makes all the difference. Born on Veterans Day, and having family members in the military, Chris has always known the importance of recognizing and honoring those that have truly provided and protected the freedoms we all enjoy. In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife Julie and their two grown boys Devin and Kaleb. Chris also loves to woodwork, hunt, fish, spend time outdoors, or watch a good movie. At Hope Hospice every Veteran is noted on admission. If not enrolled in the VA, they are given information about benefits that they may be eligible for and asked if they would like help with enrollment. Veterans and their families are offered a recognition ceremony for their service. Veterans are honored with a “Final Salute” being covered with a flag when the funeral home comes to pick them up. That flag is then given to the family in addition to the one they will get from the military. Veterans are recognized through community events such as Veterans Day ceremonies. The community is educated through events designed to provide education on Veteran's issues and needs in order to bridge the gap between those needs and ways for Veterans to find the help they need and for the community to know best how to support those Veterans. https://www.hopehospice.net/
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