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“I would like a compassionate death.” But what does that mean?

“I would like a compassionate death.” But what does that mean?

Last week, board member Molly McMahon Graziano and I traveled to the Youngstown area to meet retired Rev. Jim Ray and his wife, Sue Anzelotti. We had corresponded quite a bit and Jim and Sue have said that they would like to help bring attention to Ohio End of Life Options’ cause. However, when we all sat down to talk, I quickly realized that we needed to define the terms we were using. Since the terminology surrounding end-of-life wishes can be quite euphemistic, I needed to make sure that...

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Volunteer Highlight: Jessica Edelstein

Volunteer Highlight: Jessica Edelstein

Jessica contacted Ohio End of Life Options a few months ago asking how she could get involved. As president of Case Western Reserve University’s Student Health Law Group, she’s already helped start the discussion about medical aid in dying among her colleagues. Ohio End of Life Options is excited about the skills and talents Jessica

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Winter 2017 Newsletter

See the Winter 2017 Newsletter. Sections include: ∗Notes from the Executive Director, Lisa Vigil Schattinger ∗Volunteer Highlight: Roni Berenson ∗Advanced Planning with Mom featuring Janet Rowe, RN ∗A Message from the Board Chair, Susan Spinell ∗History of Northeast Ohio Organizations with Jane McCullam ∗Viewpoints: Mark Weber

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