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Dignity, Security, and Peace at Life's End

Honor My Wishes™

Every adult should protect their personal dignity in the event of a tragic accident or terminal illness. We can do this by naming someone to make health care choices when we are unable to speak for ourselves.

Would your family know your wishes for medical care?
be able to manage your assets and belongings?
know what sort of final arrangements you would want?

Honor My Wishes™

Dignity

We expect our personal dignity to be respected and honored at every stage of life. This is especially true regarding our personal health care needs and choices.

Security

Each of us should take responsibility for the security of our affairs at life’s end, and by properly planning you can avoid significant anguish for your loved ones.

Peace

By planning in advance, and discussing with loved ones what is truly wanted after death, we make our religious, cultural and emotional wishes known in a thoughtful manner.

Featured Testimonial


In 2008, my husband became critically ill following surgeries. After 4 long unresponsive months on a ventilator, I was faced with the very real and difficult decision of whether to continue life support. Luckily for me, having been active in Honor My Wishes for several years, we had talked about end of life issues. Several years earlier we both had our Advance Directives filled out, signed and witnessed. Quality of life, not quantity, was important to him. Though the decision was difficult and painful, discontinuing life support was the right decision.

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Nancy (McCormack) Wik

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