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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Five Wishes: A More Personal Advance Directive


August 9, 2018

DAYTON—Chaplain Terry Rice jump-started a conversation about end of life wishes when he presented “Five Wishes,” to folks at the Dayton First Congregational Church, on July 29.

“The best time to plan is when things are going alright. Whether you are 30, or 70, this is a good time to talk,” said Rice, who has served with Walla Walla Community Hospice since 2011.

Rice said Five Wishes is the brainchild of Jim Towey, a legal attorney for Mother Teresa. Towey lived in Mother Teresa’s Washington DC hospice, he said.

While an Advance Directive covers the medical and legal aspects of e...

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