Journey Hospice Hosts Flag Day Ceremony at Egg Harbor Care Center

Journey Hospice (a Level II We Honor Veterans partner), in collaboration with Fleet Reserve Association Branch 13, hosted a Flag Day Ceremony for the veteran residents of Egg Harbor Care Center, in Egg Harbor Township. Mayor Paul Hodson shared a proclamation on the front lawn of Egg Harbor Care Center, as a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 13 presented the American Flag. Journey Hospice recognized several veteran residents with certificates of acknowledgment for their service to our country. Egg Harbor Care Center staff members, families of the veteran residents and members of the community were also present.

Journey Hospice, a non-profit provider of hospice and palliative care services, holds various veteran recognition events throughout South Jersey each year. Executive Director, Darlene Thurber, explains, “We travel the state to meet extraordinary veterans in nursing homes and veteran facilities, to hear their stories, say ‘thank you,’ and celebrate their service with a special pinning ceremony. We also share free resources, provide educational opportunities, as well as host veteran café events for local veterans to socialize and reminisce. It is part of our commitment to helping create a fulfilling life’s journey for those we serve.”

Members of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 13, along with Journey Hospice led Flag Day Ceremony on June 14, 2021. Pictured Left to Right: Bob McNulty, Mark Doherty, Kim Yoder-Notaro, Mayor Paul Hodson, Ed Androvich, Carol Hutchison and Madeline Martinez of Journey Hospice, Lisa Forman of Egg Harbor Care Center, and Pat Hodson (Mayor Hodson’s wife).
Members of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 13 stand with Mayor Paul Hodson at Flag Day Ceremony hosted by Journey Hospice and Fleet Reserve Association Branch 13. Pictured left to right: Bob McNulty, Mayor Paul Hodson, Kim Yoder-Notaro, Ed Androvich, Mark Doherty and Al Davenport.