After six years working for The Peace Hospice, the chairman of the charity is set to retire.
Stuart Nagler will continue working for the charity in the voluntary sector after he steps down from his official position on Tuesday, September 27.
He said: “It’s been an exciting challenge and a great honour to be the chairman of such a wonderful organisation.
“I’ve certainly not hung up my boots and will continue to be an active member of the community.”
The Peace Hospice, based in Watford, cares for people living with a life limiting or terminal illness.
It provides in-patient and outpatient care, a hospice at home service and day care, as well as bereavement support.
Mr Nagler added: “Seeing the difference that the charity has made to so many people over the years has made the role extremely rewarding.
“Since my time at the Hospice, we have become more professional, have great staff, volunteers, trustees and have fantastic supporters.
“We’ve continued to improve and extend our range of services and as a result are now able to help more people than ever before.”