Dean Hocutt, 70, volunteers at the SECU Hospice House twice a week. She feels closer to her late sister, Shirley Holley, whose name engraved on the memorial tree.
Dean Hocutt, 70, volunteers at the SECU Hospice House twice a week. She feels closer to her late sister, Shirley Holley, whose name engraved on the memorial tree. pseligson@newsobserver.com
Dean Hocutt, 70, volunteers at the SECU Hospice House twice a week. She feels closer to her late sister, Shirley Holley, whose name engraved on the memorial tree. pseligson@newsobserver.com

Volunteers make hospice house a home

November 18, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 17, 2013 04:30 PM

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