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PCU Waiting Room Named in Memory of Anthony Meehan

PCU Waiting Room Named in Memory of Anthony Meehan

A beloved husband, father, brother, son and uncle. That is how Anthony Meehan is described by those who knew him best. His family remembers him as a voracious reader, winner of poetry writing contests, a lover of music, and a devoted father, who very much loved his children, Amanda, 18, Anthony, 16, and his two-year-old twins. A life too short, they said, but marked with so many great memories and laughs.

In 2011, Anthony was a patient at Saint Clare’s Progressive Care Unit (PCU) in Denville for two weeks. In appreciation for the compassionate care he received, his family asked that memorial donations be made to Saint Clare’s. The
funds received were used to refurbish the PCU waiting room, which was named in memory of Anthony Meehan in appreciation for the care he received.

His mother Lois Meehan offered “a special thanks to Saint Clare’s and its staff for the wonderful care my son Anthony received during his last days.” She also thanked Chaplain Kurt Danga-Storm for his consoling words that helped the family through a devastating time. “The Meehan’s generosity in the face of great loss teaches us the role that gratitude plays in the healing of grief,” said Danga-Storm.

Saint Clare’s chaplain Kurt Danga-Storm (center) with Anthony’s parents Lois and Hon. William Meehan.

Saint Clare’s chaplain Kurt Danga-Storm (center) with Anthony’s parents Lois and Hon. William Meehan.

 

 

 
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