Dental Day for Hospice 2017

Dental Day for Hospice brings big smiles to patients and hospice. Dr. Tirpack and Dr. Perlmutter have been leading the way with Dental Day for Hospice for many years. We would like to thank the doctors and staff who contribute their time and services to help those who need hospice.

County Freeholder Proclaim November, National Hospice Month

The Sussex County Freeholders proclaimed November as National Hospice and Palliative Care Month at their meeting on November 21st. They encourage citizens to increase their understanding and awareness of care at the end of life.

Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice is recognizing National Hospice and Palliative Care Month with the launch of their #SoonerIsBetter campaign. The campaign is aimed at helping people in the community learn more about the benefits of enrolling in hospice care as soon as they receive a life-limiting diagnosis. The benefits of enrolling sooner include living longer. For more information about the campaign can be found at


Photo: Carl Lazzaro, Director of Freeholders, (center) presents proclamation to Julia Quinlan, Co-founder and President of Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice and John Quinlan, Director of Foundation on Tuesday, November 21. 


Congrats Pike Graduates!

Congratulations to the graduates of the recent Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice Pike 2017 Volunteer Class. From left: Volunteer Coordinator Sue Dougherty, Gina Cardona, Anne Ferrara and Linda Howing-DeRoy. Graduates completed four-weeks of training and can now serve as in-home volunteers. Anyone who wished to dedicate time as a volunteer may sign up for any of the area classes. Sue Dougherty can be contacted by calling 973-383-0115 ext. 121 or by email

Holiday Elegance 2017 Photo Gallery

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Helen Morgan Students raise funds for Bereavement Counseling

2017 Bull Dog Run

A special thanks to Cindy Reigstad, guidance counselors, teachers and students at Helen Morgan school for donating proceeds from their annual mini-marathon Bull Dog Run. The run was held today and all fourth and fifth grade students participated. Julia Quinlan and Diana Sebzda were on hand to thank the students. The donation will benefit programs at the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center. Thank you!