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Mark Wiita, Betty Braunstein and Greg Tiburzi share their love for music with St. Luke's hospice patients. They are part of a small group of hospice volunteer musicians. (Submitted photo)

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Something clicked when Mike Hoffman met Dorothy Geske. The two shared a taste for split pea soup, swapping stories and cooking.

"We'd go out for walks, I would cook dinner for her, she made fudge special for me," said Hoffman, 67. "We were just friends really."

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Hoffman spent a little over a year visiting with Geske as a St. Luke's Hospice volunteer. It was very rewarding, he said. "We had a wonderful time."

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