Having served in World War II as an army nurse, patient Mary Voss had always dreamed of visiting Washington, D.C., but didn’t think it possible since she was receiving hospice care. Heartland Home Health Care and Hospice made Mary’s dream came true. Read more about Mary’s Flight of Honor.
Homestead Hospice, Cartersville, GA: Level Four Partner
Homestead Hospice collaborated with their community to send 70 Veterans to the Washington, DC. Read about and see pictures from this once in a lifetime trip!
Gentiva Hospice, Lubbock, TX: Level Four Partner Texas South Plains Honor Flight
Gordon Hambright a WWII Navy Veteran and patient of Gentiva Hospice was able to see the World War II Memorial as part of the Texas South Plain Honor Flight!
Medi Home Health and Hospice, Chesapeake, VA: Level Four Partner Honor Bus: Words of Thanks
A WWII Veteran who had the opportunity to take part in Honor Bus wrote a beautiful testimonial to explain just what the trip meant to him. Read his touching account here.
Rocky Mountain Hospice, Billings, MT: Level Two Partner Hospice Patient to board Honor Flight to WWII Memorial
Rocky Mountain Hospice, a sponsor of Montana’s Big Sky Honor Flight, departed on their third flight to the U.S. Capitol and WWII Memorial. Among the nearly 90 WWII Veterans on board the flight will be Rocky Mountain Hospice patient Kenneth Baeth. During WWII Baeth flew 40
missions as a nose-gunner in the B-24 Liberator.
Be sure to read more of his story here!
Rhode Island Hospice-Veteran Partnership Honor Flight Screening
The Rhode Island Hospice-Veteran Partnership recently held a screening of Honor Flight, the Movie and raised $1,300 for the RI Honor Flight Hub!
A local news channel also aired a special segment about the Rhode Island Honor Flight program, view it here!