May 9, 2011
CONTACT: Dr. Roxanne Debski- Seigel
Karen Ann Quinlan Memorial Foundation
Offices in Newton & Phillipsburg, NJ & Milford PA.
PHONE: 973-383-0115 toll free 800-882-1117 FAX 973-383-6889
EMAIL: [email protected]
PHOTO: The Joseph T Quinlan Bereavement Center moved into an expanded site at 61 Spring St, Newton and held an open house for the community last month. Over 100 neighbors and friends of the center attended and enjoyed an art display presented by the Sussex County Arts & Heritage Council, refreshments, and a silent auction.
Pictured here (center) is Julia Quinlan, mother of Karen Ann Quinlan and wife of Joseph T Quinlan, with Erin Opitz(L)and Holly Opitz(r)enjoying the evening.
The center helps all those suffering with grief from the loss of a loved one through death, including children’s programs and pet loss. They provide individual counseling as well as group sessions in Sussex County at the new Spring St location; in Warren County at the center located at 214 Washington St., Hackettstown; and in the Pike County area of PA at the United Methodist Church in Milford and the Church at Hemlock Farms at Lords Valley. To learn more about their programs or for information to reach any of the centers visit www.KarenAnnQuinlanHospice.org or call 800-882-1117.