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Hospice offers options for volunteers

9:52 PM, Feb. 16, 2013
Pam Mondloch of Marshfield slices bread for a meal while volunteering at House of the Dove in Marshfield. She also volunteers at the front desk and spends time with patients.
Pam Mondloch of Marshfield slices bread for a meal while volunteering at House of the Dove in Marshfield. She also volunteers at the front desk and spends time with patients.
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When Pam Mondloch of Marshfield retired from her assistant manager position at the Hewitt House community-based residential facility, she decided to stay active in the community by volunteering at Ministry Home Care's House of the Dove Hospice Home.

"The biggest reason I chose House of the Dove is because they took care of my brother when he was a patient here for six weeks early last year," Mondloch said. "The staff was just exceptional. They took care of him and the family, so I have to give back."

Mondloch started volunteering in June, working at the hospice facility's front desk and helping ...

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