Bereavement Center wins SCEDP Business Expansion Award

The Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center was one of the two recipients of the Sussex County Economic Development Partnership, Inc., Business Expansion Award. The Center tied for first with George’s Wine and Spirits Gallery in Branchville.

The award is a direct way to thank companies and individuals who have assisted economic development efforts in the county. Specifically, the Business Expansion Award is given to an existing business that, after an initial investment, continues to expand its original business operation through employee growth or capital investment.

Julia Quinlan, Co-founder and President of Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice and Diana Sebzda, Director of Bereavement, accepted the award on behalf of the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center. The award was presented by Tom Ryan, the managing partner at Laddey, Clark & Ryan of Sparta.

The center opened doors to its new permanent home on 5 Plains Road in Augusta on April 1, 2017. The Center provides grief support and counseling for hospice families and the community. If you have lost a loved one through death, our professional and caring staff can bring you comfort and understanding which will help you and your family through this difficult time. For more information please call 973-948-2283.


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