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With gentle compassion and deep roots of experience accompanying those who are near the end of life and their loved ones, death doulas or midwives or end-of-life doulas—all manner of names for this role—gracefully serve and support during this sacred transition.
Denizens of the in-between passage where the pain of grief and fear of the unknown are alive in all who are present, these tender-hearted attendants offer respite and a safe space to just be in the moment.
CEOLC President and Co-Founder
My mission is to be a compassionate companion on life’s final journey. With a calm and loving presence, I advocate for the dying person and his/her personal choices about End-of-Life decisions and care, as well as providing much-needed support for the loved ones.
CEOLC Second Vice-President & Co-Founder – Director of Membership
My mission is to empower those who are dying to experience their final milestone with dignity and grace. I seek to provide support for people with terminal diagnoses and their loved ones. I am a compassionate companion in sacred service to honor the final chapter in others’ stories.
CEOLC First Vice-President & Co-Founder – Director of Strategic Planning and Committees
My passion is to help create unique, one-of-a kind tributes for those who wish to leave a legacy of their personal values, beliefs, blessings, and advice to future generations. My specialty is Living Celebration of Life Memorials, also known as Living Funerals, Living Wakes… The Celebration of a Lifetime. I look forward to hearing your life story!
CEOLC Secretary and Co-Founder
My mission is to be a strong and steady presence for the dying and their families. If you or a loved one is in the active dying process and seeking support, contact me. I will do all I can to help in the months, weeks, days, and hours that lead up to the event.
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