Karin Hess Benton
Ruth Daily Hess
But, this woman who had always been the family caretaker for my father, my brother Don, and me, ironically needed to be taken care of during the last 5 years of her 93 year life. At first, we attributed her forgetfulness to her blindness from macular degeneration. Soon, however, it became apparent that she had a form of dementia resulting in confusion and anxiety. My brother and I, and the rest of our family, were determined to be there for her. After a lifetime of love and care from her, it was our pleasure to return it.