Kibbi, our therapy dog, participated in Camp Firefly on Saturday, a grief camp offered by Ballad Health. Preston McKee, owner of Morris-Baker, also participated as Kibbi’s certified handler. Camp Firefly is a free, one-day camp designed for children and teenagers who have experienced the death of a loved one. Therapy dogs participated in order to help the human participants. Here, our therapy dog is pictured after receiving a bath. This…Keep Reading
Healing Hearts (for those who have lost a spouse) will meet on Tuesday, September 10 at 11:30 a.m. for our Annual Potluck Picnic at the Park. We’ll provide fried chicken for everyone, and those attending can bring a side dish to share. Please call 423-282-1521 if you would like more information or want to sign up to attend.
Growing plants that are native to this region provides a habitat for birds and bees and butterflies. Using native plants requires using less water, and allows us to do without pesticides. Stop by and see what flowers are coming up all around the outside of our funeral home.
Raise your hand if you’ve heard that TennCare will take your home if you apply for benefits. Or how about this one: put your children’s names on your bank accounts so they can take care of all your financial needs. Here’s our all-time favorite: “I’m too young to think about estate planning.” Think again! Before you dismiss the need for planning or make assumptions about TennCare or VA benefits, check…Keep Reading
Preston McKee, owner of Morris-Baker, has been named a Healthcare Hero this year by The Business Journal. Preston was among many other award-winners who go the extra mile to help people and our community in a hundred different ways. This is what The Business Journal had to say bout Preston: “Donors and benefactors have long been a staple of Healthcare Heroes. Many have allowed hospitals and healthcare organizations to put…Keep Reading