Who We Are

Welcome to Farewell Fellowship!  Farewell Fellowship offers companionship and support services for the aging and dying.  All are welcome for virtual support and in-person services are available for the Greater Nashville, Tennessee area & Williamson County.

Why We’re Here

Farewell Fellowship exists to serve two neglected parts of our community: the aging and the dying. But we not only seek to serve, we also seek to empower.  By honoring the sacredness of the aging and dying in our human life cycle, we can bring peace and comfort to the end-of-life journey.  And in doing so, we create an atmosphere of meaning and comfort for ALL of our community.

How We Serve

Doulas provide emotional, physical and spiritual support throughout critical times of birth and death. And doulas also guide the loved ones of the aging and dying through the landscape of dying, death and grief.  As an INELDA trained End-of Life Doula, I serve as a proactive guide to help you unfold your journey with comfort and ease.

Farewell Fellowship also seeks to elevate the “sitter” service into a meaningful connection that brings comfort and joy to the elderly. Because many seniors, especially those in long-term care facilities and those with dementia, thrive with consistent, compassionate and reliable social interaction, supplemental care is a pure gift to our aging loved ones. And I truly enjoy providing exactly that.

Our Mission

The mission of Farewell Fellowship is to support the aging and dying as they find meaning, create legacy and plan for their unique end-of-life journeys. By holding space for you and your loved ones, I stand by your side, every step of the way.

What You Can Do

So as you can imagine, these services blend and mingle and can be useful alone or in combination. You’ve made the first step to empower yourself on your end-of-life journey. Please explore this site to understand the offerings of Farewell Fellowship.  And feel free to reach out to see how I can best serve you and your loved ones.

Welcome to Farewell Fellowship, I’m glad you’re here.

"In being with dying, we arrive at a natural crucible of what it means to love and be loved. And we can ask ourselves this: Knowing that death is inevitable, what is most precious today?"
Joan Halifax
"Being With Dying"
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