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April 7, 2005

Lagrange Hospice and Mae Magouirk: What does it have in common with the Woodside Hospice?

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- Straight Up With Sherri
I was digging for info on the West Georgia Hospice (Phone: (706) 845-3905 Tollfree: (888) 368-3905) in Lagrange and check out the bold red below, this is the same center that was over Woodside Hospice were Terri was held if I'm not badly mistaken. Not that this shows anything YET, but I'm still checking names of board members and affiliations; just to see if there might be something.

Plus, found this - the Facility Administrator at the hospice is Cathy Wiggins: Director of Hospice - who is also....

Cathy Wiggings, West Georgia Hospice, LeGrange - Pres of Board of Directors of

Georgia Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (GHPCO)

GHPCO is a committed member and supporter of the Georgia Collaborative to Improve End of Life Care, a partnership of providers, academics, business leaders and community members that has worked together for the past 5 years to improve end of life care in Georgia. The accomplishments of the Collaborative include community education through Georgia Health Decisions' CRITICAL Conditions program; support of physician, nurse and allied health provider end of life education and training; outreach to community organizations; research on current practices and the Emmy award-winning documentary Final Choices: Changing a Culture. (Changing a Culture? TO WHAT? CAN IT BE ANY CLEARER???)

GEORGIA Collaborative to Improve End-of-Life Care Holds Planning Meeting

In an effort to focus its activities, be more inclusive of organizations around the state, and plan for its future, the Collaborative met January 21, 2004 at the Loudermilk Center for the Regional Community in Atlanta Georgia to create a plan for the next five years. The meeting was made possible through a Rallying Points Certificate and was facilitated by staff from the Hospice for the Florida Sun Coast

Seems like we've all heard that name before, right?

Sherri has more ...

Posted by richard at April 7, 2005 10:46 PM

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I find this connection between Florida Suncoast and LaGrange to be quite chilling. Why else would they have prevented the relatives from taking Mae? They must be in collusion with the granddaughter.

It is disgusting to see someone trying to kill her grandmother just because she has glaucoma and a heart problem.

It looks like these merchants of death are going to make a run at killing as many as they can whilst they have the opportunity.

Posted by: Maggie4life at April 8, 2005 5:30 AM

Always, bless your heart, you under estimate your self. But in any event, here's what you should do.

Contact pro-life doctors and clergy in your area, and ask them if they would be a part of a guardian ad litem group. Explain the concept to them and if they are truly pro life, I think they will go for it. I also think there should be three doctors to a group if possible.

Start a prayer warriors group in your area and commit to praying for any one caught in hell, and for the healing and deliverance of those who are guilty of this.

Get the word out about this group. Really we need a central group that gets info printed up about all this, so people can go to Walmart and other high traffic areas to hand them out. It should contain the truth about the euthanasia movement, the living will, and this alternative group, etc.

AND, for those who for any reason don't have such a group to protect them, let us at least provide a jury of 12. First we must find out why this is being done without a jury, then apply the proper remedy, even if it means having congress make a new law. That shouldn't have to be the case, but if it is, then find a congress person to sponsor the bill and rag all legislative people to support it. And get it passed fast.

Posted by: mary et. al. at April 8, 2005 7:57 AM