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Agrace announces 4 new directors

Published On: Jul 25 2013 03:26:48 PM CDT


Agrace announced Thursday it has added four new directors to its leadership team, according to a release.

Agrace is a Wisconsin nonprofit community hospice and palliative care agency.

Karil Walther is director of the Agrace Inpatient Unit, Tracy Buglass is director of the Agrace Foundation, Angie Bloyer is director of service excellence and Natasha Weberg is director of outreach, according to the release.

Agrace has provided end-of-life care to people in the greater Madison and Janesville communities for 35 years, according to the release. Agrace has also recently added palliative care services to complement its hospice and grief support programs.

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