919.844.7993 | 828.423.0885

Nancy Loeffler

Being With Grief helps those navigating grief and loss to once again find meaning, purpose, and even joy. We offer group and individual work that provide resources and skills to help you reclaim your sense of self and your desire to fully participate in your life again. Each experience of grief is unique, life-changing, and transformative. Let us walk with you on your journey.

https://beingwithgrief.com

Amy Kong

Community Relations Specialist (Outside Rep), at Perpetual Home Care

In Raleigh for over 10 years, Perpetual Home Care is a family-owned company that is the ideal solution for elderly or disabled individuals wanting to maintain their independence and dignity by living in their own homes. Licensed in 8 counties (Wake, Orange, Durham, Chatham, Franklin, Johnston, Harnett, and Wayne), our exceptionally talented team can meet your family’s needs and your loved ones’ care standards. Starting with an in-home assessment with our nurse supervisor, we take great care in matching one of our experienced caregivers to the needs of your family’s current situation. We even file your long term care insurance claims. Our caregiving team is experienced and compassionate. You and your loved ones are our top priority!

919-741-3533 Cell Phone
919-861-5245 Office Phone

www.perpetualhomecare.com

Preston Interiors

Serving Wake County for the past twelve years, our Home Staging and redesign firm assists sellers with ‘Creating The Look That Sells.” We make your home the most appealing to potential buyers so you can get the highest offer. We assist clients transitioning into retirement homes, and assisted living apartments, and help families with selling family estates.

919-607-1603

www.prestoninteriors.net

Pam Missimer

Baggins Handbags offers handcrafted bags and other gifts that are stylish, sentimental, and sustainable. Often made from recycled clothing, like wool suits, memory bags from loved one’s clothing are very useful. They also are a way to keep your loved one’s precious memories near to your heart to enjoy every day. I have made priceless gifts using items as small as a single baby slipper. Let me create a memory from a memory for you.

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Judith Sands

RN, MSL, BSN, CPHRM, CCM, CPHQ, ARM

Most individuals have expressed the wish to remain in their homes as they age. To do so safely and successfully requires advanced planning. This includes the crucial task of tackling potential obstacles and barriers before issues surface. Addressing caregiving needs, home safety, home modifications, and financial consideration, Judith is your personal care consultant throughout care transitions. Her detailed understanding of aging-in-place issues provides you with a level of comfort and confidence that you are making the right decision.

954-663-3580

www.judithsands.com

Rev. Kathie McCutcheon

Interfaith Minister/Chaplain and Officiant

Memorial Services, Funerals, Celebrations of Life, and Graveside Committals afford us the time to remember, weep, mourn, honor, and find our peace with the death of our loved ones.

Rev. Kathie works closely with family and friends to craft meaningful and personalized services that memorialize and celebrate the lives of their beloveds, while honoring their secular, spiritual, or religious beliefs and cultural traditions.

She works directly with families and funeral directors and is available for ongoing emotional and spiritual support throughout the grieving process.

www.sanctuaryspiritualcare.com/memorial-services

Felicia Watlington

ACE-certified personal trainer 

The benefits of exercise are many – including the release of “feel-good” hormones called endorphins. For individuals grieving the loss of a loved one, this biological benefit, along with an increased sense of control and purpose, can ease the grieving process. While grieving, you may not be motivated or have the know-how to start an exercise program. Felicia can customize an exercise program for an individual’s needs, including ongoing support and coaching.

919-590-0973

www.feliciawatlington.com

Wendy Strong

As an end-of-life doula, I have three areas of expertise. One, I work with healthy individuals who want to prepare for their passing while they are still well. Two, I support anyone after they have received a terminal diagnosis and am a companion for them through their journey. Three, I walk with people during the last days, hours, and minutes of their lives to assist in creating the most peaceful passing possible.

www.stronglovingcare.com