Blog - October 2007
A “Ground-Breaking” Opportunity for Spiritual Growth
Posted on October 18, 2007 in In The News
The proposed chapel at Mount Pleasant Retirement Village will not only serve its residents as a spiritual gathering place, but it will also benefit the greater Monroe/Middletown community as well.
Blog - September 2007
Snyder Named Associate Executive Director for Lake Vista of Cortland
Posted on September 06, 2007 in In The News
Troy A. Snyder has been named Associate Executive Director for Lake Vista of Cortland, an Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) community. Snyder has more than 15 years experience in the health care field and is a licensed nursing home administrator. For the last seven years, Snyder has served as a regional manager for a large nursing home chain and was responsible for full oversight of nine long-term care facilities. He is a graduate of Penn State University where he earned a degree in Health Policy Administration. Troy also served in the US Marines.
Blog - July 2007
Dorothy Love Celebrates Construction of Suites
Posted on July 31, 2007 in In The News
Thanks to the generosity of donor support, another high quality living option will soon be available at Dorothy Love Retirement Community located at 3003 West Cisco Rd. Residents, staff and community leaders today gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the new Suites at Dorothy Love. The 2,112 sq. ft. addition will contain two two-room suites located in Health Care West. The “Suites” will have a resident bedroom, including a bathroom and a living room, complete with a kitchenette.Morgan Named Swan Creek Executive Director
Posted on July 03, 2007 in In The News
Jean Morgan has been named Executive Director for Swan Creek Retirement Village. Swan Creek, located at 5916 Cresthaven Lane in Toledo, is a division of Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS). Morgan will begin the leadership position July 9.$7,000 Grant from Nationwide Foundation Earmarked for Westminster-Thurber Benevolent Fund
Posted on July 02, 2007 in In The News
The Nationwide Foundation has contributed $7,000 to the Life Care Commitment -- Westminster-Thurber Community’s benevolent fund. Westminster-Thurber, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community near downtown Columbus, uses Life Care to assist residents who, through no fault of their own, have outlived their resources and are unable to pay for the cost of their housing or medical care.