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luv my dayton
971 posts
Apr 30, 2015
11:22 AM
If your not paying attention you could drive by it on Wilmington as the scenery has changed. Hadn't been by there for sometime and today I took Shroyer to Wilmington turning left. Once you make the turn most of what was there now torn down and kind of disoriented me. Going down the pond has been made smaller so assuming Hospice is enlarging. Wonder how long the Dance studio and Subway will be there. It will be interesting to see what's in store for that area.
FreedomWriter
190 posts
Apr 30, 2015
6:53 PM
They cleared out all of that because there going to build a 4 or 5 story tower where those houses once stood and they kept the old house because of its age. They seem to be having growing pains which is sad, in a way and happy in another. I guess im biased because Hospice helped me with both of my parents and I was so glad that they were there. The main thing they offer their patients is Dignity and comfort.
luv my dayton
973 posts
Apr 30, 2015
6:59 PM
Hospice is an amazing place and wonderful staff. My late husband was in and out for treatment and then passed away. Serene surroundings.
FreedomWriter
191 posts
May 07, 2015
5:42 AM
What you see right now at Hospice is the beginnings of a campus in the making. Its like looking at any of the area hospitals in their infancy, and seeing how they turned out. We are witnesses to their growth. They also cleared out all the trees from around the pond area. Perhaps they are going to landscape that part in the future. Who knows. Interesting to watch though.


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