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Tuesday December 10th, 2019

Trellis Supportive Care Salutes 101-Year-Old Female Veteran at Breakfast Event

Susan Rudd, a 101-year-old Army WWII Veteran is no stranger to the many veteran events hosted by Trellis Supportive Care; however, being the guest of honor at today’s Pearl Harbor Remembrance Breakfast among 600 fellow veterans was a welcome surprise. Trellis Supportive Care’s veteran outreach coordinator, Don Timmons, gave a special salute to Rudd as part of the program, which took place at the Richard Childress Racing event room. “I had breakfast with my favorite 101 year old veteran,” shared Timmons. “A great way to top off our 5th year of Veterans Coffee events,” he added.
Tuesday December 3rd, 2019

Trellis Supportive Care to Host Veterans Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 22, 2019 CONTACT: AGauthreaux@TrellisSupport.org 336-331-1303 Trellis Supportive Care to Host Veterans Event On December 4 (Pearl Harbor remembrance week) Trellis Supportive Care will host a special veteran’s event from 8:30 – 10:30 am at the Richard Childress Racing event room, located at 425 Industrial Blvd. Welcome/Lexington.
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Tuesday November 10th, 2015

Honoring our Armed Forces on Veteran’s Day

Hospice & Palliative CareCenter is leading the way in Veterans Outreach November 11 is Veteran’s Day, a very important holiday for our country, and one that we hold dear at Hospice & Palliative CareCenter. Veteran’s Day is an opportunity for us to honor all of the men and women who have served in our nation’s armed forces. Every person who has served in the military has made sacrifices to serve our country. Veteran’s Day gives us a chance to thank them for their service and show our pride in the people who help keep our country safe.
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Thursday October 29th, 2015

Specialized Care for Veterans

Did you know that here in the Piedmont and Foothills of North Carolina, one in five of the people under our care through the Hospice and Palliative CareCenter are veterans? So many of the men and women who served our country proudly, sacrificing time away from their homes and families to go overseas to Europe, Japan, Korea or Vietnam, are aging. Now, instead of fighting Hitler or communism, they are fighting the diseases of old age: cancer, heart disease and COPD, to name a few.