Hospice & Palliative Care Of Westchester Hosts 'Tree Of Life' Reception

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Manhattanville College’s The Quintessentials with Mark Cherry, Artist in Residence, Musical Theatre, Manhattanville College Music Department (back row, far right), provided music and entertainment at the “Tree of Life” tree lighting reception. Photo Credit: Courtesy HPCW
From left, Kevin Hanlon, Stacey Cohen, Edward Stoppelmann, Mary K. Spengler, Jennifer Watts and William F. Flooks, Jr., grand sponsor and vice chair of the HPCW board of directors. Photo Credit: Courtesy HPCW

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The White Plains-based Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester recently hosted its annual "Tree of Life" reception. 

Community Honors Loved Ones at Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester’s Annual “Tree of Life” Reception

The reception took place at the Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook. Friends, families and community members were invited to make a donation to HPCW by purchasing a gold star in memory or in honor of a loved one prior to the reception. Guests and sponsors of the reception participated in the event by placing the personalized gold stars on the “Tree of Life.”

The evening featured entertainment provided by The Quintessentials, a pop vocal group from Manhattanville College.

Grand sponsors of the event were Beecher Flooks Funeral Home, Inc., and Red Oak Transportation and sponsors were AliGraphics; Amoruso & Amoruso, LLP; Co-Communications, Inc.; Cuddy & Feder, LLP; Hilton Westchester; James P. O’Toole Consulting; Norman DiChiara Architects P.C.; Ross Mailing Services, Inc.; and The Kensico Cemetery.

All proceeds benefited the HPCW mission, which is to strive to provide extraordinary and dignified comfort, care and compassion to individuals and families facing a serious or life-limiting illness, representatives said. 

For more information on the group, residents are asked to visit the HPCW website or call 914-682-1484.

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