Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice honors Veteran for Military Service
Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice recently honored William Venneman for his service in the U.S. Army during the Korean War with a “We Honor Veterans” ceremony. Venneman served as a construction engineer during his term of service and traveled to Africa, Germany, and Austria. He later retired from the Missouri Highway Department as a warehouse supervisor after 35 years.
Venneman and his wife, Billie, have been married 63 years. They have two children and three grandchildren.
Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice provides for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their families in the final stages of an incurable illness. Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice offers a full range of services, including nursing care, medications, and more. Trained volunteers play an integral role in the care that is given to both patients and the patients' families as they face end-of-life issues.
For more information about Ozarks Healthcare At Home, visit https://www.ozarkshealthcare.com/services/home-care/ or call 417-256-3133.
Ozarks Healthcare is a system of care encompassing eight primary care and 17 specialty clinics, along with complete rehabilitation, behavioral healthcare, and home health services. While the 114-bed acute care hospital cares for more than 5,400 admissions, the entire health system has more than 364,000 patient visits annually in South Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas. For more information about Ozarks Healthcare, visit www.OzarksHealthcare.com.
Pictured from left to right: Jeff Venneman, son of William Venneman, Billie, wife of William Venneman, William Venneman, Susan Perry, daughter of William Venneman, and Tammy McCall, Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice social worker (front, center)