Advent Health will be providing a memorial service for a funeral service in the wake of the death of a volunteer who had volunteered for years.
The service, which is to take place Sunday, will be held at the church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Concord, New Hampshire.
The Rev. Charles Kowalewski, the Rev. Roberta S. Tod, and other community members will participate.
The funeral is to honor the Revs.
Andrew J. Kuehn, Jason A. O’Brien and James H. Folsom.
A memorial service is planned for Sunday at 8 p.m. at the St. Anthony Church of Concord.
The church, which was established in 1796, is the largest congregation in Concord.
“We’re very proud of our parishioners who have taken on this important role in supporting the mission of Advent Health,” said Rev. John E. Johnson, pastor of St, Anthony.
“As we know, Advent Health is an organization that is committed to caring for and empowering all those who are impacted by a major health care crisis, like the one that took the lives of four of our employees.”
The church is scheduled to host the service on Sunday.
Advent Health officials said they are cooperating fully with the coroner’s investigation.
Advent health is providing funeral arrangements.
Funeral arrangements will be made by the funeral home of the deceased and will be paid for by the Advent Health Network, a nonprofit that provides services for Advent Health employees.
A service will be conducted in the chapel at St. Nicholas Church of New Hampshire from 2 p.:m.
to 6 p. m.
The services will include a candlelight vigil, readings and an intercessory prayer.
In the wake, Advent and the Revd. Joseph C. Soskin, the Advent Community Services director, issued a joint statement: “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of all four Advent Health Health employees who died during this difficult time.
They are loved ones, friends, and colleagues who have made our lives better.”
Advent Health has not publicly announced any of the employees who were killed.
The agency said the four were assigned to the Adventist Health program and were working to get their benefits restored and return to work.
They were the first employees to receive benefits under the new program, which has been in place since May.
“This tragedy reminds us all of the need to be resilient, resilient in every way,” Johnson said.
“Our hearts are broken and our prayers are with those affected.
We will be there to support you through this time, we will be here to offer support and compassion as we mourn.”
The Advent Health network is a nonprofit organization that provides health care services to members of the community.
A network of churches, churches, organizations and other ministries helps people access services, educate about health and wellness issues, provide education, and support others in the community who are vulnerable to health and medical issues.
Advent and other health care organizations, such as Kaiser Permanente and the United Way, have pledged to provide medical care for all employees and their families in need.