Valerie Lovelace had an awesome program at the Hubbard Free Library. Valerie is a holistic practitioner who went over assisted dying and understanding the debate. Valerie explained the current end-of-life legislation, end-of-life protected freedom, and differing viewpoints. I would recommend this program.
~ Mark Blythe, Library Director, Hubbard Free Library
Looking for an interesting, enlightening, and thought-provoking program for adults? On Saturday, we hosted Valerie Lovelace, executive director of It’s My Death, who offered background on the movement of aid-in-dying in Maine and across the United States and facilitated inquiry into various aspects of the debate. I can’t say enough about how respectful and well-prepared Valerie was for audience questions. Please think about inviting her to your library.
~ Beth Sweet, Director, DA Hurd Library, North Berwick
An exceptional presentation on end-of-life issues related to human rights. Thank you so much for this engaging community discussion!
~ Emil Landau Forum Committee
Valerie Lovelace was so compassionate and sensitive to the needs I had for a dual memorial ceremony to highlight and celebrate the lives of my daughter and grandson. That meant the world to me and I could not have been more pleased with the outcome.
~ Susan Mathews, Lisbon Falls, Maine
Val’s support while my husband was dying was so valuable. It’s not easy being present or discussing with others how things are going. Val helped in so many ways where others could not accommodate what was happening in our lives. I’m so grateful for the many conversations and compassionate support.
~ Brunswick, Maine