Heartland Hospice Serving Central Maryland Holds Recognition Ceremony for Veteran Patient
Every day, Heartland has the distinct honor of providing hundreds of U.S. military veterans with hospice care. We take pride in recognizing our veteran patients with certificates, pinning ceremonies and other special ways to show our appreciation for their service on behalf of all Americans.
Heartland Hospice serving Central Maryland held a Veteran Recognition Ceremony to recognize and thank veteran patients for their service. The Heartland team had the honor to present patient, Stanley G. Jardim, with commemorative medals and a certificate of appreciation for his service in the military.
Stanley is a United States Army Veteran. His career in the U.S. military spanned 25 years. He was posted mainly on the East Coast of the United States. Stanley also served in Germany during the Vietnam War. Although Stanly is a quiet man, he has a great love of music and would entertain his fellow servicemen and women with is disc jockey abilities while serving.
Stanley’s son, Mark Jardim, is also a veteran having served 6 years in the U.S. Navy and 3 years in the U.S. Army National Guard. “My father inspired me to be a strong man and enter the armed forces to serve our country,” said Mark
Chris Kosky, Heartland Hospice volunteer and U.S. Air Force Veteran, presented Stanley with a framed certificate thanking him for his service. Giada Jardim, Stanley’s granddaughter, presented him with a medal of gratitude and Sharon Nightengale, Heartland RN Case Manager, presented Stanley with the Heartland Salutes Veterans medal.