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Maureen Kures talks about life and preparing for death on the edge

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archived Maureen created Radiant Mourning to be an advocate for end-of-life planning. Her goal? To create a community of families who are protected and empowered through her workshops, consulting and facilitated family meetings. The planning and preparation that follows, as a result, can create a peaceful ending for all involved. With a career spanning 30 years in the medical industry, Maureen Kures is no stranger to end-of-life issues. As an oncology, hospice, and ICU nurse, she was privileged to provide end-of-life care for many individuals; as a nurse supporting bone marrow transplants, she had the opportunity to assist in extending life for many others.