Posted by ReganCopeland

Death Cafe Blount County TN

Hosted by Keith Page and Regan Copeland


March 28, 2024

Start time:

6:30 p.m. (USA Eastern Time Zone)

End time:

8:30 p.m. (USA Eastern Time Zone)


Smith Life Event Center

1404 Tuckaleechee Pike

Maryville, TN



United States



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About this Death Cafe

Keith and Regan have a great desire to open others to the idea that discussing death is not taboo. Most cultures in the world have death as an accepted topic and meaningful end of life. Discussing death does not need to be scary or hushed. In light of the fact that we will have an end, let's also discuss how we best can live! We will do this with respect and understanding of others beliefs and experiences. We will also do this with cake. tea and coffee!


Sponsor Smith Life & Legacy  has been a caring part of East Tennessee since 1962. With experience, compassion, professionalism and empathy, their close knit community is dedicated to honoring, sharing and preserving the amazing and inspirational stories that are life.  

Sponsor Regan's House is a community hospice organization dedicated to serving individuals and families at the time they need serving most. 

About Keith Page and Regan Copeland

Facilitator Keith Page has been a long time leader in creating spiritual communities and now spends most of his time serving in the roles of life coach, funeral celebrant, death doula and hospice chaplain. He has a passion and giftedness to support individuals and families as they walk the road of terminal illness diagnosis, grief, loss, and facing their own end-of-life. His ability to share a person's story is heartfelt. Keith is also a life coach and enjoys seeing people excel at their abilities and passions.He is the proud father of two beautiful twenty-something daughters.


Facilitator Regan Copeland has spent a lifetime preparing herself to walk with people through important and meaningful experiences in their lives. From event planning to floristry to possessing a strong giftedness in hospitality, Regan's skill set is now being focused on the field of hospice. After spending 3 1/2 years cartaking her mom full-time through dementia and hospice, she developed a passion for these areas. Regan and her husband Josh have five amazing adult children, three equally amazing in-law children, and two even more wonderful grandbabies.


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