Hospice House "Topping-Out" Ceremony

The “topping-out” ceremony occurred this week for the Hospice House at Deaconess Hospital. This construction-industry tradition is where a ceremonial object is placed at a building’s highest point. In this case, a large steel beam was signed with autographs and sentiments from Deaconess employees, those touched by hospice care and the general public. It was then hoisted to the top where it will become part of the main entryway of the Hospice House.

We are beyond thrilled to be a part of this very important project. The Hospice House will make a significant impact in the lives of patients and their families experiencing end-of-life illness.

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