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Abbotsford Hospice named

Minister of Health Mike de Jong (left) and Dave Holmberg Sr. unveil the name for the new adult hospice that will be built as part of the Campus of Care project adjacent to Abbotsford Regional Hospital. Holmberg House is named for Dave Holmberg Jr., who recently died of cancer. Also at the ceremony, held at the current Abbotsford Hospice Society resource centre on Marshall Road, the provincial government announced a $3.5 million contribution towards the $7.5 million capital campaign goal. The total raised now stands at about $5 million. - John Van Putten
Minister of Health Mike de Jong (left) and Dave Holmberg Sr. unveil the name for the new adult hospice that will be built as part of the Campus of Care project adjacent to Abbotsford Regional Hospital. Holmberg House is named for Dave Holmberg Jr., who recently died of cancer. Also at the ceremony, held at the current Abbotsford Hospice Society resource centre on Marshall Road, the provincial government announced a $3.5 million contribution towards the $7.5 million capital campaign goal. The total raised now stands at about $5 million.
— image credit: John Van Putten
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