George Peltier hugs his nurse’s dog while working on a puzzle with his daughter, Linda Miller, and granddaughter, Cassidy Miller, 18, who were visiting Saturday from California. Peltier, who lives in a Boise assisted-living center, has prepared his end-of-life paperwork.
George Peltier hugs his nurse’s dog while working on a puzzle with his daughter, Linda Miller, and granddaughter, Cassidy Miller, 18, who were visiting Saturday from California. Peltier, who lives in a Boise assisted-living center, has prepared his end-of-life paperwork. doswald@idahostatesman.com
George Peltier hugs his nurse’s dog while working on a puzzle with his daughter, Linda Miller, and granddaughter, Cassidy Miller, 18, who were visiting Saturday from California. Peltier, who lives in a Boise assisted-living center, has prepared his end-of-life paperwork. doswald@idahostatesman.com

More Idahoans make end-of-life plan

April 18, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 18, 2014 07:11 AM

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