Pete Moore Hospice House provides respite for hospice patients displaced by smoke

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Pete Moore Hospice House provides respite for hospice patients displaced by smoke

The cloud of smoke encompassing the state of Oregon is particularly difficult on sensitive populations.  No group knows this better than Hospice patients with respiratory issues. Most hospice patients receive care in their own homes, but not all are able to adequately limit their exposure to the unprecedented levels of smoke. Thanks to the new […]

Hospice House Ultimate Memorial Ride 2017

Riders from all over the Pacific Northwest and as far as Ontario, Canada took on the HHUMR’s scenic tour of the Willamette National Forest while raising funds for the Pete Moore Hospice House.  From creek-side back roads to exhilarating summits, these riders conquered everything this 168 mile course could throw their way. This year a […]

Hospice House – Marilyn’s Candles

The candles on her cake may have said, 84, but everyone knows that Marilyn is 39 and holding. This weekend at the Pete Moore Hospice House we celebrated the birthday of Princess Marilyn. Her family set up a wonderful celebration dinner for her and she was able to join them in the family dining room […]

Veterans Serving Veterans

For Veterans Day we asked some of our Hospice volunteers who are veterans to share about their service and their hospice volunteer work with Cascade Health.  We are so privileged to work alongside these incredible people who have served our country and now use their experience to serve their fellow veterans facing the end of […]

Rosie The Riveter

On April 20, 2016 Cascade Health Hospice held a special ceremony to honor Margaret Scott Thompson of Eugene, Oregon for her service as a “Rosie the Riveter” during World War II. Margaret was born in August of 1925.  She met her husband Charles Thompson and they were married in October 1943.  He was sent to […]