The Beverly McCann Flower Endowment Fund

The Beverly McCann Flower Endowment Fund was created in memory of Beverly McCann who immensely appreciated and enjoyed beautiful flowers. This Endowment Fund, which was established by Bev’s family and friends, has created a lasting tribute in her memory for others to enjoy for years to come. Income from the Beverly McCann Flower Endowment Fund supports the ongoing beautification of Hospice & Community Care’s Inpatient Center and the Pathways Center for Grief & Loss. Funds provide for regular fresh flowers and maintenance of plants throughout the interior of Hospice & Community Care’s facilities, lending to the home-like atmosphere for patients, families and Hospice staff.

Beverly loved flowers and supported Hospice & Community Care with her warm and caring spirit, in much the same way as beautiful flowers provide caring comfort and warmth. Bev especially enjoyed supporting the Hospice & Community Care Labor Day Auction and had great fun bidding on all kinds of Auction favorites. Bev worked as an ICU nurse at Hanover Hospital and Lancaster General Hospital. She was married to Dr. William D. McCann for 31 years and was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother.

Hospice & Community Care has established endowment funds for the purpose of providing income to be used for specific needs. The principal remains invested in order to perpetuate the fund for future generations. Gifts may be made to The Beverly McCann Flower Endowment Fund at any time.

For more information, please contact Amy Lewis, Director of Philanthropy, at (717) 735-8729 or Bonnie Jess Lopane, CFRE, Vice President, Chief Development Officer, at (717) 391-2407 or email them at for more information.


Hospice & Community Care is an affiliate of Choices Healthcare. The official registration and financial information of Choices Healthcare may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. Your contribution is deductible to the full extent allowed by law. No goods or services were received in exchange for this contribution.