British-American Recognized by Hospice for WWII Heroism on Her Majesty's Service
  

June 18, 2011

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Cornerstone Hospice patient and Order of the British Empire recipient Stanley Edward Jewkes (98) (front right) is accompanied by his wife Ella and his Hopspice care team (l to r): Susan Emmert, social worker; Bob Whitely LPN, himself a veteran; Carole Fittje, Stanley’s only daughter; Patty Ryan RN; Shawn Schulze RN and director of nursing at Mission Oaks assisted living and memory care facility; Barbara Freeman RN, CHPN and patient care supervisor with Cornerstone Hospice.

Cornerstone Hospice patient, Stanley Edward Jewkes (98) was recently honored under the Cornerstone Salutes! program that recognizes the sacrifices made by Hospice patients in the service of their country.  Mr. Jewkes was honored at Mission Oaks, an assisted living and memory care facility in Oxford, FL.

To read the whole story, published on June 18, 2011 in The Daily Commercial, Leesburg, FL, please click on the link.

BRITISH-AMERICAN HONORED

Non-profit Cornerstone Hospice has been providing palliative care and services to central Florida patients and families, and can be reached at (352) 343-1341 or call toll-free (888)728-6234.  Also visit www.cornerstonehospice.org.