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About Fairfax Search the largest collection of Fairfax obituaries and condolences, hosted by in partnership with funeral homes and newspapers.also allows users to send sympathy flowers directly to Fairfax funeral homes.Monks – she could walk, talk, converse, argue, read newspapers, magazines, pay her bills, handle the sisters’ finances, and was able for months to plead for her release from involuntary commitment to a nursing home. Flash forward eight months and Beverly now clings onto her life in an ICU unit at Framingham Union Hospital.Sadly, by the time you read this, she might have lost her fight to choose life. AMR departed the nursing home enroute to Framingham Union Hospital 21-minutes later at p.m. 1, 2017 by Lonnie Brennan On Friday morning, December 23, 2017 – essentially Christmas Eve for working people – lawyers for Jewish Family & Children’s Services presented an 8-page document to Cambridge Probate Court Judge Maureen Monks requesting permission to terminate the life of widow Mrs. All that changed when key individuals involved with Springwell, Inc., the Kathleen Daniel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, and others stepped into their lives.Beverly Finnegan, recently of Newton, Mass., now residing in the Intensive Care Unit of Framingham Union Hospital, on life support, following a cardiac arrest incident on November 30, 2017. They admit that Beverly was malnourished prior to having a cardiac arrest (one court-produced document shows a body weight of 61 pounds) and they admit that Beverly was under the direct court-appointed guardianship of Jewish Family & Children’s Services who worked in lock-step with Springwell protective services. Beverly now “faces imminent death,” according to multiple court filings (reference Middlesex Probate Court Docket No. Court documents detail that Beverly was ripped from her Newton condo by police officers and agents of Jewish Family & Children’s Services and Springwell.
In court, we listened as a member of the ICU staff said Janet refused to come back to the phone, and was outside waiting for a ride to head into court to testify in person.
(Note to readers, that means remove the breathing tube.
And, once the breathing tube is removed, her stay in hospice care is expected to be less than an hour before transport to the morgue.) Janet and Beverly’s new lawyer, Lisa Siegel Belanger (readers of this newspaper can note her column elsewhere in our pages), questioned why, on the very day she took on the case (a week prior to the court appearance), the doctor who signed the affidavit was changed, and a new doctor was now presenting Beverly’s position. Belanger could be made to sit down, and submit her questions to the judge in writing. This time seven lawyers and representatives for Metro West, Springwell, and Jewish Family & Children’s Services swore in against her. Lawyers seeking to pull-the-plug presented a new document, stating that Beverly had deteriorated, and urged the judge to allow doctors to remove the breathing tube. Belanger requested a delay, which Judge Monks granted. As the “gang of seven” – as one court observer noted – turned from the judge to take their seats (as Atty.
If you see any of the above names and agencies on any documents related to your loved ones, run. That’s the hard lesson Janet Pidge says she has learned. Until the spring of 2017, the pair shared a condo unit in Newton, Mass.
Mikala Viscariello, Sarah Phillips, and Adrienne Mosey – of Springwell, Inc. Anne Mc Kinley, Mount Auburn Hospital The Kathleen Daniel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Framingham, Mass.