2015 Houston Hospice Butterfly Luncheon - April 2, 2015
Esther Grace Earl’s short life inspired the best selling book,The Fault in Our Stars and the blockbuster movie of the same name. Her words will inspire us Thursday, April 2 at the 2015 Butterfly Luncheon.
We are honored to welcome Lori and Wayne Earl, Esther’s parents and authors of New York Times Bestseller This star won’t go out: The Life & Words of Esther Grace Earl. The Earls will share the amazing story of Esther Grace; her battle with thyroid cancer beginning at the age of 12, and her wit, courage and unflappable spirit that inspired one of the biggest teen phenomena of our era. With Esther as muse, John Green's The Fault in Our Stars explored the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love.
On behalf of Chairmen Lesha and Tom Elsenbook, we invite you to join us Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the beautiful Houstonian Hotel for the annual Butterfly Luncheon which benefits the operations of Houston Hospice and provides the primary funds to support our Butterfly Program that provides special services for children with life-limiting conditions. Space is limited. Reserve a table today.
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Houston Hospice is different because we are a nonprofit organization. Our only focus is compassionate care for patients and their families. We make every effort to help our patients stay wherever they call home — be it an apartment, a house, an assisted living facility, or a skilled nursing home. If inpatient care is needed, services are provided in our beautiful and homey Margaret Cullen Marshall Hospice Care Center located in the Texas Medical Center.
Respectful physical, social and spiritual support is available for six months or more as needed. We know you have questions and concerns.
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