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We Remember: Honoring Pregnancy and Infant Loss

We Remember: Honoring Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Our 2021 event was a virtual presentation hosted as a Zoom webinar on Nov. 14. As in years past, this event commemorated child loss through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. We Remember is open to family members, friends and health care professionals, no matter the year or place of your loss.

We invite you to enjoy a recording of this year’s event and we hope to see you again in 2022.

Memorial Service

A memorial service was part of our 2021 webinar. All families who registered to join the presentation had the option of having their child’s name acknowledged during the memorial service.

Donations

Generous donations from you make We Remember possible. To help ensure We Remember continues, please consider donating. If giving online through the Norton Healthcare Foundation or Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation, consider setting the gift area of designation to “other.” You may then write in “Angels, Butterflies, Frogs Fund” or “We Remember.” Any amount is appreciated, and all donations are tax deductible. Donations also can be mailed. Make checks payable to Norton Healthcare Foundation c/o Angels, Butterflies, Frogs and mail to:

Norton Healthcare Foundation/Angels, Butterflies & Frogs Fund
P.O. Box 950184
Dept. 86148
Louisville, KY 40295-0184

Grief Support

If you or a loved one needs grief support from a chaplain at Norton Healthcare, please contact:

Adam Ruiz, D.Min., BCC
Mother-Baby Chaplain
Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital
(502) 899-6635

Kate Davidson, M.A.
Neonatal Intensive Care Chaplain
Norton Children’s Hospital
(502) 629-2788

The Rev. Rick Forest, D.Min., FT
Coordinator, GriefCare Information Center
(502) 629-5926 or (800) 323-9324

Greg Slentz, M.Div.
Women’s Services Chaplain
Norton Hospital
(502) 629-6150

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