Shari’s Story

shari2My father was a Baptist Minister, my mother a Sunday school teacher. While I was growing up we went to retirement homes every Sunday afternoon to visit with some very lonely people, in an effort to brighten their day. These experiences guided me towards a compassionate heart, and today I continue to cultivate compassion and unconditional love through my volunteer work with hospice. I am honored to be a part of Hospice, even if all I’m doing is sitting with someone and holding their hand.

I performed my first wedding in 1998, the year my granddaughter was born – and have brought more than 500 couples together over the years. I love to be a part of people’s special day, the day they promise unconditional love to one another. I also officiate funerals and memorial services where I strive to provide kind words at difficult time.

Shari married my husband and I this past November and we couldn’t be happier with how our ceremony went!! She made everything so easy, and came super prepared. She customized our ceremony to be exactly perfect for us and our families.

Annica Holder

One of the most genuine, loving , and caring person I know! She is very talented and her words come from love:)

Raven Morris