Date: Tuesday, Apr. 2
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Register by: Mar. 25
Many people of all walks of life have given their opinion of what makes a “good death.” And truth be told each person’s death is as unique as the lives that came before—shaped by attitudes, physical conditions, medical treatments and the people involved. Those that seem to have the most peace, emotionally and spiritually, are those who planned for the event, with actual written directives. Those who have taken the time and made the effort to think about their deaths are more apt to retain some control and say-so in their final months or days of life. We will be discussing your funeral IQ, having a good death, common funeral myths, advanced care planning, making a bucket list and the specifics about the FCA and benefits of membership.
Jean Nation is the current President of the San Antonio FCA Chapter, past president 2013-2016, 2009-2012, Treasurer 2017, and member since 2008. Jean retired as US Army Lieutenant Colonel and registered nurse after 40 years of service. She holds a MPA in Public Administration and Bachelor of Science in Nursing.