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April 19th 2018:The Final Chapter: How to Complete Life with Peace and Grace

Arguably, the most important chapter of any book is the final. Often it closes loose ends, rights any wrongs, and leaves you with a sense of closure. In a way, life imitates art, and the trick to life is completing it with grace and peace. Dr. Connie welcomes to the show two inspirtional guests who know a little something about life. Spokeswoman for Hospice of the Valley, Lin Sue Cooney will discuss what hospice care is about and how patients and their families benefit from it. Author and octogenarian, Jane Wyker, joins during the second half to talk about her memoir, in which she wrot

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Lin Sue Cooney

Lin Sue Cooney is director of community engagement at Hospice of the Valley overseeing marketing, fund development, volunteers and creative services. Prior to her work with hospice care, Lin Sue spent 31 years as a newscaster for 12News. Now, instead of delivering the latest headlines, she connects our community to the compassionate care provided by one of the largest not-for-profit hospices in the country. She grew up in Great Falls, Montana, graduated cum laude from Willamette (pronounced Will- lamm- it) University in Salem, Oregon and received her MSJ from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Lin Sue and her very spoiled standard poodle Max are a pet
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Jane Wyker

In her first book, Jane Wyker shares the vast experience of her 47-year inner journey. Working in over a dozen different disciplines, she had the courage and faith to follow the guidance of many teachers and, ultimately, her own soul. Now 82 and still learning, she models a life prioritizing happiness that sources from within. A graduate of Cornell University and former elementary school teacher, Jane was a pioneer in parent education, opening her Parents School in the 1970s. This soon led to her 29-year Family Counseling practice that dealt with marriage, parenting, self-development, career and loss. Jane later presented seminars to Fortune 500 companies, helping employees balance
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2154/house-calls 16/08/2018 04:00 16/08/2018 05:00 House Calls https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2154/house-calls Arguably, the most important chapter of any book is the final. Often it closes loose ends, rights any wrongs, and leaves you with a sense of closure. In a way, life imitates art, and the trick to life is completing it with grace and peace. Dr. Connie welcomes to the show two inspirtional guests who know a little something about life. Spokeswoman for Hospice of the Valley, Lin Sue Cooney will discuss what hospice care is about and how patients and their families benefit from it. Author and octogenarian, Jane Wyker, joins during the second half to talk about her memoir, in which she wrote: "Gracious aging depends upon releasing heavy burdens of emotion that have not been addressed. It requires clearing our inner home, giving us more energy and connection to our creative selves. Living in the now allows space for health and happiness." VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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