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A Few Things You Never Forget

Public speaking: Many are horribly afraid of it, some (say, for certain politicians) are drawn to it, others are best in their comfort zone when talking amongst a small group of people. Either way, it’s a great feeling to connect to the audience your speaking to in a powerful way. . Working with Veterans has […]

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August 7 – Purple Heart Recognition Day

August 7 serves as Purple Heart Recognition Day to all who have earned the Purple Heart in service to our country. Before I begin, to all of our nations veterans, I extend my sincerest gratitude for the safety and freedom you bring our country and citizens and thank you for your service, dedication, sacrifice and […]

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Celebrating America with Covenant Hospice

With summer in full swing, the 4th of July is just ahead. The holiday marks a special day in America and there is a certain feeling of pride as baseball season heats up, fireworks light up the sky in every town across America, and many will enjoy spending time with family and friends to celebrate […]

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We Honor Veterans – Partner Level Three

We announced an exciting achievement last week! If you missed it, we have reached Partner Level Three Status with the We Honor Veterans campaign just over one year after becoming a program participant. As the only Level Three partner serving northwest Florida and south Alabama, we have developed and integrated specialized care plans for Veterans and their families, […]

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A Tribute to an American Hero and a Friend

Several months ago an article appeared in the Pensacola News Journal about a gentleman whose plane, a B-24 Liberator, was shot down over theNorth Seain World War II. The Plane had been assaulted by German anti-aircraft guns and fell from the sky at 22,000 feet. After reading about this incredible story I wanted to learn […]

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Vets meet through hospice

Written by Lydia Grimes Published in The Brewton Standard Tuesday, November 8, 2011 It took 60 years and a war to bring William Kilby Bell and Ray Langham together — even though they lived just 15 miles apart for most of their lives. If it had not been for the Korean War, the two could […]

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Joy

Thank you for your service

As a military ambassador for Covenant I get the honor of bestowing heartfelt thanks and appreciation upon our veterans. About two months ago, I had the pleasure of meeting  a highly decorated World War II veteran.  It was one of the highlights of my life.  The moment was made all the more special because his […]

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