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Hospice helps patient reunite with his family

July 19, 2013

Robert Clark is seen with his family in a get-together at Chalet Village in Berne. From left are, Malissa Clark with Isabella, Robert Clark, Phillip Livingston with daughter Addyson, and Clark’s son, Adam Clark. (Photo provided)

    (Editor's Note: Larry Kinneer is Promotion & Development Coordinator for State of the Heart Hospice in Greenville, Ohio. He wrote this for the Daily Democrat.)

    State of the Heart Hospice patient Robert Clark had a dream: He wanted to see his new granddaughter while he was still living and he wanted to see his daughter and his other granddaughter.
    The Dream Foundation, based in Santa Barbara, California and State of the Heart made that dream come true.
    “I was totally amazed when someone brought my new little granddaughter into my room,” stated Clark, who resides at Chalet Village in Berne.  The person bringing the “surprise” was Lori Rouch, business office manager for Chalet Village, a health and rehabilitation center in Berne. 
    Further details in today's print and e-editions.

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