Loved Ones We Lost

Some of the 120,000 people who lived in long-term care facilities also died in long-term care facilities. These people were entitled to the basic human right of maintaining a family relationship and many spent their final weeks and months in solitude, in quarantine, and without the touch of a loved one.. Here are a few of the loved ones we lost including a resident who was a group member and a founding group member who was a fierce advocate.

Terri Sternadel
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Veronica Alcala
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Vicki Williamson
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Teri Fuchs Keratsopoulos
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Suzanne Hall
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Sharon Peevy
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Rose Avossa
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Sathina Dondero
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Nanette Riedel-mendez
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LeeAnn Patrick
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Kathy Burns
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Dorothy Johnson
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Jenny Deyhle Rapp
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Jaime Foerster Engler
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Delores Patterson
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Carmen Arrango
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Barbara Ramsey Cockrell
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Julie Boaz Leming
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Connie Dreibrodt Owen
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Gayle Hanz
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Chery Creech Mason
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Brenda Jones Murphy
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Larry Tate
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Kim McDowell Feck
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Iris Parnell
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Edith Lagrone
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Texas Caregivers for Compromise also lost founding member and advocate, Warren Mass. His fierce devotion to his wife, Martha, will forever be a part of our group's DNA.
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Alice Metz Miller
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Marilyn Lively Rawls
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DP Fleming
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James E Johnson
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Nancy Haynes
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William Joseph Cobb
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Billie Jane Stroud
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Nelda Sutton Walker
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