Be My Guest with Jan Lewis, Upton Public Television

(Watch Interview Here)   My name is Jan Lewis and I am the Host of “Be My Guest!”, a television interview program that airs on  Youtube and locally online.  I read the article in the Community Advocate about your work as an end-of-life coach, and I think it is wonderful!  I would like to extend an invitation for you to appear on “Be My Guest!” and share with viewers about how you decided to become an end-of-life coach….and “Shadow” is welcome to join you! Also, people would like to hear about your volunteering as a chaplain for the Hudson and Littleton  Fire Departments, and your being a member of the Critical Incident Stress team.

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