Hospice helps two generations among 6,000 patients

Published: Monday, January 28, 2013 at 04:03 PM.

"She did some portraits, but seascapes seemed to be more of her liking," Billy said. 

Generosity and philanthropy accompanied her artistry.

She donated a painting of waves crashing on a sand dune beach to Carrington Manor.

In addition, she frequently donated her artwork to the annual Cox Cablethon, which auctions items donated from local businesses to benefit Covenant Hospice.

"She would set up during the show and paint," Tyler said. "It would be marvelous just to see her sit there and create a masterpiece."

Masuko has been Tyler's patient for the past two weeks. In that time, the two have grown close.

"She always has a smile when I come to visit," Tyler said.

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