A Curious Friendship
After the death of her partner, Billy, Barbara Lewis sold her house, packed her belongings and moved up the coast from San Diego to Ventura.
Centurian Plans for the Future
It's a rare individual who plans for their second century, and beyond, but that's what Dorothy Huston did.
A Heartfelt Hospice Inspires Donor
A transformative Livingston Hospice experience turned Fred and Dorothy Penney into advocates and supporters of Livingston Memorial Visiting...
The Value of a Family Legacy
This year, 2012, Livingston will celebrate 65 years of service to our community. In recognition of this milestone, the Livingston Legacy...
Volunteer Paves the Way for Future
Joan Anderson was, as she describes it, "Not in a good place." She was healing from surgeries related to a chronic skin cancer condition...
Caring for Mom Became a Spiritual Journey
Marc Bobonic is an admitted momma's boy. So when the call came in 1997 that his mother Wini Maye Bobonic had terminal breast cancer...
A Family Obligation–A Labor of Love
We often talk about the "Livingston Family." We usually use the reference in relation to volunteers, Board members, employees, supporters and donors...
Leadership Giving Not New to Loyal Donor
Donor Mark Schwartz recently recounted his experience of losing his mother and the genesis of his strong connection to Livingston Hospice.
Relief Supersedes Superstition
For some there is a belief that planning for the end-of-life by making out a will or estate plans will hasten death's arrival.