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Very inspirational story!

Very inspirational story- thanks for sharing the love for life Norman!

Amy 133 days ago

Thanks for sharing.

I appreciate the kind words, Amy. Glad you enjoyed Norman's story as much as I did. Cheers! -Josh Clement (Interactive Producer)

Josh Clement 133 days ago

Adirondack Man on Life Journey

My friend, Val, has been talking about her uncle Norm for so many years that I feel as if I know him. What a pleasure it was to see him and his lovely wife Louella in this wonderfully done interview. I now have a face and a voice to go with the stories. Well done, Josh Clement. I am no stranger to the advantages of hospice care, having worked at a local branch as well as using their services during the last days of my mother's life. The palliative care as well as the support given to the family is invaluable.

Valerie R. 172 days ago

Thank you.

Hello Valerie, thanks so much for the kind words and thoughts. It was a true pleasure getting to know Norman and Luella for this piece. I'm very lucky to have the opportunity to tell these sorts of stories and highlight the amazing work carried out every day by High Peaks Hospice. Please share the video with anyone you think might be interested. Thanks again. -Josh

Josh Clement 168 days ago

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