Fourteen MCCH clients were remembered during this service. Here are three of their stories:
Janet B. came to MCCH in 2015. She had recently reconnected with family members after a brain cancer diagnosis. She had many local friends and was a lively, caring person.
Paul K. often bragged about being one of the first people to move into MCCH's Cordell Place. He was a proud father and grandfather. He was friends with almost everyone at Cordell and will be missed by many. We’re sure he’s enjoying the afterlife in the coolest clothes he can find.
Alice R. was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of breast cancer shortly after entering MCCH's permanent housing program. However, she didn’t let this stop her from living her life with a huge smile on her face whenever staff engaged her. She was loved by many, including her family who played a huge role in working with her medical team and her housing/case management team to ensure that she had the best quality of life in her final moments.