Ohio’s Hospice celebrates Spring Spectacular Treasures of Time

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CCM/Connie Jenkins The top three servers at Ohio’s Hopice Spring Spectacular Treasures In Time were recognized during the March 16 event. Shown from left are Janet Smith, third place; Allan Furbee, first place; and Katie DeLane, second place.

Ohio’s Hospice celebrated its Spring Spectacular Treasures of Time March 16 with food, entertainment, silent and live auctions and as always, celebrity servers. 

Celebrity servers have become the mainstays of the annual event which raised funds for local hospice care.

2024 celebrity servers, who raised a total of $36,671, included Gary and Nicole Chaddock, Brad Eick, Rick and Holly Morgan, Matt Kishman, Kate Offenberger, Janet Smith, Katie DeLane, Allan Furbee, Tom James, Grant Bake and Cedar One, Mark Scott, John Weyand and Bill and Barb Newell.

The top three servers are recognized with the top server receiving an engraved serving tray. 

Furbee again topped the field, this year with donations of $24,632. DeLane came in second with $3,829 and Smith third at $3,336.

Effective Jan. 1, 2024, Community Hospice began serving as Ohio’s Hospice, a partnership of mission-driven, not-for-profit hospices in Ohio committed to a shared vision of strengthening and preserving community-based hospices. 

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