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My mother was a guest at Harbor Hospice in Beaumont on Major Drive and the service was amazing and the facility was extremely nice also. They made a tough time in my mother's life as comfortable as possible. Never thought of putting my mother in a home short term or long term, but since this was necessary I am extremely thankful it was Harbor hospice in Beaumont Texas. Please share there wonderful, dedicated service with all possible. We want to be sure that all of the local employees in Beaumont are aware of our feelings and appreciation. That would mean the world to our family. Thank you, Darrell Hamor


"We entered Harbor Hospice on June 25, 2010 in room 25 where dad decided he was going to do things his way. We never left his side and Harbor became our second home. Dad shared his miracle story and passed out his gospel CD's to any and everyone who walked in his room. Nurses from other parts of the Hospice came to visit him and he loved hearing how God had worked in their lives. Dad knew God had blessed him with time because he still had lives to touch! The doctors would come and tell us dad wouldn't make it through the night only for us to find him sitting up the next morning drinking ensure and listening to Glen Beck. He was thrilled to see the nurses come by and look at him in amazement. God was in control of this situation and wanted us all to know it. As dad declined he was in no real pain and was excited to finally meet his Lord. Each of our nurses took the time to talk to dad and each treated him with the utmost respect. On July 31, 2010 I was honored to be by his side when the time came and so blessed to be comforted by the nurses who loved him. We were meant to be at Harbor Hospice where God walks the halls. The staff is now family and I will be eternally grateful to them for opening their hearts and loving Daddy as if he were their own." We left them with a message which read "Room 25 The Ritter Suite Where Miracles Happen" -Michelle Ritter O'Bannion Gordon Ritter's Daughter


"I just want to thank each of you that touched mom's life. I saw you treat her with the same love that we had for her and that had to come from God and life experience. I never met all of you but from the nurse who initially welcomed us to the one that was with me when she passed and the nurse who was there all the times in between, and to the aides who took care of her. We thank you! God bless you all and everyone you touch." - Carol Aiken (Aline Bonura's Daughter)

"Let me start first by saying when you learn that you have to put someone in hospice care that is never good news and you are very sad. Your staff took a really, really difficult time in my family's life and made it a wonderful and special time. When you walk through the front doors you feel the warmth, love, encouragement and understanding. There was always a smile on all the staff's face or a kind work or a warm hug when you needed it, when you were not doing so good. All of the words of encouragement came straight from the heart and we never felt like it was a burden to ask them for something. The pastor that came and prayed with Joe on several occasions was wonderful too. It seemed like when we hit our lowest points or when we were having a difficult time the Pastor would come in with the most wonderful and special prayers and words of sweet encouragement. And with God by our side we would get through another valley. The whole staff showed so much love and never ending support for us in every way you can imagine. There is really no words that can express the way we feel about your wonderful and amazing staff. -Emily Magliolo and Family

The Voice

"The gift of hospice is its capacity to help families see how much can be shared at the end of life. It is no wonder that many families can look back upon their hospice experience with gratitude."

Naomi Naierman, CEO AHF

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