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Project Manager Gary Grumbles and Jim Klassen discuss construction Plans at the site on Bolthouse Drive and Buena Vista Road

July 28, 2014

Hoffmann Hospice Project Manager, Gary Grumbles and Klassen Corp Superintendent, Jim Klassen discuss construction plans at the project site on Bolthouse Drive and Buena Vista Road

 

Klassen project trailer arrives on site in preparation for construction.

July 28, 2014

Klassen project trailer arrives on site in preparation for construction.

 

Earth movers compact the soil to provide a solid base before the foundation can be poured.

July 24, 2014

Earth movers compact the soil to provide a solid base before the foundation can be poured.

 

Earth movers arrive to start the grading process.

July 22, 2014

Earth movers arrive to start the grading process.

 

Co-Founder Beth Hoffmann ceremoniously starts watering the site to moisten the soil before the grading begins.

July 20, 2014

Co-Founder Beth Hoffmann ceremoniously starts watering the site to moisten the soil before the grading begins.

 

Staking begins, marking the start of construction!

July 17, 2014

Staking begins, marking the start of construction!

 

Project manager Gary Grumbles surveying the site prior to the commencement of staking.

July 16, 2014

Project manager Gary Grumbles surveying the site prior to the commencement of staking.

 

The Board of Directors for Hoffmann Hospice is pleased to announce that the local privately-owned architectural and construction firm, Klassen Corporation has been awarded the construction contract for the completion of Kern County’s First and Only Hospice Home.

July 17, 2014

The Board of Directors for Hoffmann Hospice is pleased to announce that the local privately-owned architectural and construction firm, Klassen Corporation has been awarded the construction contract for the completion of Kern County’s First and Only Hospice Home.

 

Founders, Tom and Beth Hoffmann, Board Members, Donors, Hoffmann Hospice Employees, and Mayor Harvey Hall came together to participate in  the Ground Breaking Ceremony for Kern county's first and only Hospice Home.

April 9, 2014

Founders, Tom and Beth Hoffmann, Board Members, Donors, Hoffmann Hospice Employees, and Mayor Harvey Hall came together to participate in the Ground Breaking Ceremony for Kern county’s first and only Hospice Home.

 

Help Us “Fund-A-Foot”

We have begun our “Fund-A-Foot” campaign to raise funds for the completion of Kern County’s first free-standing in-patient hospice home. All it takes to partner with us is a $250 donation to fund one square foot of this state-of-the art hospice home. For more information please call 661-410-1010

 

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