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Angela Hospice Named Honoree for Best of MichBusiness

January 13, 2023
Angela Hospice was proud to be named among the medium-sized companies honored as part of the 2022 Best of MichBusiness awards. The 8th annual Best of MichBusiness awards do as their name implies, celebrate the best of Michigan programs and companies, and Angela Hospice is honored to be on their list.

“For Angela Hospice to be an honoree with a group of other companies and programs doing such great things, specifically in the home state for many of us at Angela Hospice, truly feels amazing,” said Jennifer Dale, Angela Hospice Director of Community Outreach and Philanthropy. “Michigan is a great place to work and live, and we’re so grateful to be acknowledged like this.”

Founded in 1985 by Sister Mary Giovanni and the Felician Sisters, Angela Hospice has been providing a crucial service to southeast Michigan for nearly 40 years, expanding to become Wayne County’s largest hospice provider. Over the years Angela Hospice has continued moving the needle forward by adding the first freestanding inpatient hospice facility in the state and the first prenatal hospice program in Michigan, yet have always remembered and stayed true to their mission: to provide comprehensive, compassionate, and Christ-like care to adults and children in the communities they serve across southeast Michigan.

Angela Hospice has a passion for serving and educating the community on hospice, and has done so through their wide outreach, which goes far beyond Livonia, such as with their free support groups – offered both in-person and online – that are for anyone who has lost a loved one, even if they weren’t under Angela Hospice care. There’s also their Angela Answers program, an online speaker series showcasing different members of their staff, who have spoken on topics related to end of life, grief, health, wellness, spirituality, and family dynamics.

MichBusiness was founded more than three decades ago as the Michigan Business and Professional Association, and while their name has changed their goal has stayed the same: support Michigan businesses, promote them, and celebrate their success. Their work has positively impacted thousands of businesses across the state by offering networking, education events, and helpful business resources.

To celebrate the honorees MichBusiness hosted a virtual event on Jan. 12.