Nathan Adelson Hospice, the leader in hospice and palliative care in southern Nevada, is proud to announce Celena DiLullo has joined its board of trustees. President of Palm Mortuaries and Cemeteries, DiLullo’s knowledge and professionalism in end-of-life grief makes her an asset to the board.

With more than 25 years’ experience in the funeral industry and more than 13 years with Palm Mortuaries and Cemeteries, DiLullo is a trusted member of the greater healthcare community and brings compassion, exceptional service and dynamic leadership to the Nathan Adelson Hospice board of trustees, according to Nathan Adelson Hospice President and CEO Karen Rubel.

“We are honored and excited to welcome Celena to our board of trustees,” Rubel said. “Her experience in the industry, compassion for others and great ideas will help further the board’s mission in helping our community.”

DiLullo is involved with several other nonprofits, volunteering her time and support to groups including, Nevada Ballet Theatre, Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada, Jewish Nevada, LVMPD foundation, Nevada Donor Network, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada, and the Injured Police Officers Fund.

Additionally, DiLullo serves as a Commissioner on the Nevada Commission for Women, a board member for the Nevada State Board of Funeral Directors, Embalmers and Cemetery Services, a board member of Las Vegas Executives’ Association, a member of Nathan Adelson Hospice’s Golden Monarch Council, and sits on the Executive Women’s Council for the Vegas Chamber of Commerce.

About Nathan Adelson Hospice
Nathan Adelson Hospice, the trusted partner in hospice care and palliative medicine, is the oldest, largest, and only non-profit hospice in Southern Nevada. Founded in 1978, Nathan Adelson Hospice provides comprehensive end-of-life care to more than 400 patients and families daily. Recognized as a national model for superior care, the vision of Nathan Adelson Hospice is that no one should end the journey of life alone, afraid, or in pain. For more information, visit