St. John’s Hospital Foundation, together with St. John’s Medical
Center Hospice, will host its annual
Light up a Life community memorial service on Wednesday, December 5, 6:00 – 7:00
p.m., in the lobby at St. John's Medical Center.
“We invite all members of the community to be a part of the annual
event that brings together families and friends to celebrate the lives
of those we love and miss,” said Oliver Goss, LCSW, social worker
at St. John’s Hospice. “We gather together to hear uplifting
songs and light candles, as hospice volunteers read aloud the names of
loved ones being remembered and honored. It is a meaningful event for
Local musicians include the Jackson Hole High School choir, as well as
Swingin’ Bridges’ members John Clark, Willowstar Delia, and
Mark Memmer, and Ian Gersten. Food and refreshments will be served.
Funds raised through the event provide essential support for the St. John’s
Hospital Foundation Hospice Fund. Hospice provides comforting care for
individuals nearing the end of their life as well as their family members.
St. John’s Hospice is dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of all hospice families, regardless
of their ability to pay.
With each gift of $20, a loved one will be recognized during the
Light Up a Life service. To make a contribution, visit the
Light up a Life webpage at
StJohnsHospitalFoundation.org/LIGHT or call St. John’s Hospital Foundation at 307.739.7512.
Media contact: Karen Connelly, 307-739-7380, email@example.com.
ABOUT ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The mission of the
St. John’s Hospital Foundation is to broaden the community’s understanding of and support for St.
John’s Medical Center and to inspire philanthropy to improve the
health of our community. For more information about the Foundation, please
contact John Goettler at 307.739.7516 or
ABOUT ST. JOHN’S MEDICAL CENTER
St. John's Medical Center in Jackson, Wyoming, offers patient-centered
clinical excellence and community wellness services through a full-service
hospital, primary care, and specialty physician practices, and a long-term
care Living Center.