Princeton volunteer firefighter now serves as chaplain for Greenwood House

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Greenwood House Senior Healthcare and Greenwood Hospice, located in Ewing Township, welcomes Edwin Arevalo as chaplain and spiritual counselor/bereavement coordinator.

Arevalo completed his chaplaincy residency at Capital Health where he focused on both palliative and hospice care. He is a board certified clinical chaplain and pastoral counselor with the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (CPSP).

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He received his master’s degree in Christian counseling from Cairn University as well as a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Arevalo is also a volunteer firefighter with the Princeton Junction Fire Department in West Windsor. There, he serves as the department’s lieutenant and chaplain.

To contact Arevalo or learn more about Greenwood Hospice, visit www.greenwoodhouse.org/services/hospice-care or call 609-883-6026.

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