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Mar 04, 2013,
Santa Rosa
Hospice By The Bay
Hospice
Sonoma

 

Press Release Description

Hospice By The Bay Offers

Free Estate Planning Seminar for Unique Families

 

When:          Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 6-7:30 p.m

Where:        Fountaingrove Center - 3550 Round Barn Blvd., #208, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

What:          Attend a free seminar, Estate Planning Options for Unique Family Situations, hosted by Hospice By The Bay. Use estate planning to protect and provide for blended or extended families, including beneficiaries who can’t manage finances due to youth, disabilities, addictions or other special needs. Reservations are required.

Public Information: Register at www.hbtb.org, or call (415) 526-5580. For information about Hospice By The Bay’s other free seminars in Santa Rosa, or to support our work, visit www.hospicebythebay.org, or call our Sonoma office at (707) 935-7504.

Media Contact:

Kris Montgomery, Hospice By The Bay Communications Manager (415) 927-2273; kmontgomery@hbtb.org

About Hospice By The Bay:

Hospice By The Bay is a nonprofit health care provider serving the Bay Area since 1975. It provides the highest quality end-of-life care to patients and their families, as well as community education on end-of-life issues. Its bereavement counseling program serves all those grieving the loss of someone close to them. Hospice By The Bay programs are funded through health care reimbursement and charitable donations from community members and businesses. For information about HBTB programs and services in Marin, San Francisco, N. San Mateo, and Sonoma counties, visit www.hbtb.org or call (415) 927-2273.

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Contact Information
Name: Hospice By The Bay     Email: kmontgomery@hbtb.org
Phone: 415-526-5580


 

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