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By Betty Vanderwielen

Offering comfort to dying patients and their families


January 6, 2022

Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

Laurel Deniger has served as a hospice volunteer in the Seeley Lake, Condon and Potomac areas for 22 years.

SEELEY LAKE – The first thing the woman asked when Partners in Home Care Hospice Volunteer Laurel Deniger came for an initial visit was "Do you give foot massages?"

So every week when Deniger visited, she massaged the woman's feet.

"Right up to the very last," Deniger said, "when she was unconscious, I gave her a foot massage."

Deniger has been a Hospice Volunteer for 22 years. Partners in Home Care Volunteer Coordination Kyle Williams said, "The time Laurel has dedicated to helping people in your area is just incredible. She has been a volunteer longer than anyone else in Partners."


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