Honor My Wishes™
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.
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.
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.
I was introduced to the Honor My Wishes guidebook when a friend from Enumclaw shared it with me. I was impressed with how comprehensive the information was. I used my Honor My Wishes book to start the end of life discussions with my own family. I am a member of the Board of Directors for Willamette Valley Hospice, Salem, Oregon. Our non-profit hospice works every day to help families deal with end of life issues. I shared several copies with the Director of Willamette Valley Hospice for their staff to identify families who can use Honor My Wishes. I want to thank the organization that did the
Patricia P. L. Salem, Oregon