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2016 ANNUAL

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giving

Neighborhood

MENTORING

diversity FUN

ENGAGEMENT

memories

intergenerational

HEALTH community

VOLUNTEER trust

Attitude

Embrace the possibilites

Friends wellness

EXERCISE

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NEW POSSIBILITIES “Embrace the possibilities” is not simply a tag line for PVM and all of our stakeholders. It is a way of life. Residents, board members, community stakeholders, leaders and partnering organizations all join together to create a culture which embraces life at all ages and walks of life. Our passion is to be a leader for aging well in Michigan. From wellness and transitional care to vibrant communities and active engagement, 2016 was an outstanding year. It’s all about relationships and the people who make “Embracing the Possibilities” happen. We have selected several champions to highlight in the following pages.

“As you grow older, start using your brains, energy, and the means available to you...to go after what you need to get better, so that you can have what you want to live the life you desire.” – Saidi Mdala

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FROM OUR LEADERSHIP

Dear BEST Friends, The word “best” is commonly defined as: Adjective

1. o  f the most excellent, effective, or desirable type or quality

Adverb

1. to the highest degree; most

Noun

1. that which is the most excellent, outstanding, or desirable

Synonyms for best include: finest, greatest, foremost, leading, premier, superlative, par excellence, unparalleled, optimum, optimal, ultimate, incomparable, ideal, etc.

•Continued expansion of Enhanced Service Coordination through relationship – with National Church Residences. •Metro In-Home Solutions completed major renovation projects in 20 homes – a partnership with Southwest Solutions, Jewish Family Service and Hartford Development Foundation. •An LGBT Inclusivity Toolkit was written, published and distributed nationally by Community Connections – a partnership with The Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation.

YOU are among the best constituencies that any non-profit organization could be blessed to have as a supporter. YOUR interest in and engagement with PVM has enabled PVM to be better in 2016 and, according to Crain’s Detroit Business, we were actually the “Best Managed Non-Profit Organization.” We hope that YOU are pleased with this prominent public recognition that YOU helped to make possible.

MANAGEMENT AGREEMENTS…

In the pages that follow, you will read several stories of significant positive progress across Michigan, learn about how lives have been transformed and celebrate new community collaborations. You will also join in our recognition of key philanthropic investor donors and other partners. While this report lifts up some wonderful examples, it only touches on the daily differences that you and others like you have created. Thank you!

•The Park at Trowbridge in Southfield, effective December 1, 2015.

Consistent with PVM’s Strategic Plan, some best practice highlights from 2016 that we would like to call out include: FACILITIES… •Opening of Hartford Village, a new senior community in Detroit. •Opening of Hillside East, a renewal of a senior community in Harbor Springs. •Near completion of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses®, an expansion of The Thome Rivertown campus in Detroit. •Finalized planning and commenced construction of healthcare facilities improvements and expansion on The Village of East Harbor (Life Plan Community) in Chesterfield Township. •Investigated possible new developments in other communities (from Ann Arbor to DeTour Village). HOME and COMMUNITY-BASED… •PACE Southeast Michigan – a partnership with Henry Ford Health System – experienced significant growth in participants and opened a new center in Southfield.

•Delta Manor in Detroit, effective January 1. •Lakeshore Senior Living in St. Clair Shores (under construction), effective June 1. •McFarlan Villages in Flint, effective September 1 (McFarlan Home and Court Street Commons).

•Planning for future management agreements and other collaborative relationships. Most noteworthy and of greatest satisfaction is that in 2016, PVM was able to serve the largest number of individuals in our 72 year history. In one year, this growth amounted to more than 1,000 more seniors served through new possibilities for quality living. We, and they, thank you for making these “new possibilities” possible and very real every day. Continued best regards to YOU, our best friends,

George B. Millush, Jr. Chairperson of the Board Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

Roger L. Myers President & CEO Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

James S. Gompers Chairperson of the Board Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation

•Letter of Intent submitted for a new PACE program to serve central Michigan – with Masonic Pathways. •CareSync Solutions welcomed two new partners – National Church Residences and Advantage Living Centers. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Paul J. Miller, CFRE President Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation

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Embrace the possibilities AGING. IT SHOULDN’T JUST BE ABOUT GETTING OLDER. IT SHOULD BE ABOUT GETTING BETTER. IT SHOULD BE DOING MORE OF THE THINGS YOU LIKE TO DO, AND LESS OF THE THINGS YOU DON’T LIKE TO DO. INSTEAD OF BEING FRIGHTENED OR CONFUSED BY POSSIBILITIES, YOU NOW HAVE THE EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND WISDOM TO PICK ONE (OR MORE!) AND TRY THEM.

Embrace the possibilities of relationships, learning, new skills,

helping, working, volunteering, exercising, discovering, hobbies, giving. Make changes to the place you live, or choose someplace new to live. Take time to explore the world and reach for the stars!

This is the time in life to try something you haven’t done before, talk to people you don’t know yet, and take pleasure and satisfaction in the accomplishments and joys of each day.

This is an exciting time to be alive, at any age! Senors today can experience the joy of sharing in the lives of our children and grandchildren and, in some cases, our great grandchildren. We can create a family legacy for nieces and nephews and help to guide them as they mature into adults. And we can have tap into our free spirit to enjoy life to the fullest. People are always better in community and engagement with other people. Nearly 90% of seniors say they’d really like to stay in their own community as long as possible. 82% want to stay in their current residence as long as possible.* Now more than ever before, there are programs, services, and living options which make these attainable. It’s really time to Embrace the Possibilities, and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is committed to serving seniors in traditional, new, and innovative ways. *SOURCE: WWW.AARP.ORG

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EMBRACE THE POSSIBILITIES

WEDDING BELLS CAN RING AT ANY AGE

SING LIKE EVERYONE IS WATCHING

Wedding bells celebrated the love of Eugene Kleeman and his wife, Maria, at their wedding in the beautiful Karl and Frieda Kleeman Chapel, named for his parents. The wedding took place almost six years to the day of the chapel dedication. How appropriate it was to be celebrating their marriage in a place with such a family legacy — a true tribute to exploring new possibilities in life!

Becky Bowden has a beautiful voice and sang professionally in younger days. She knows how to dress, move and entertain – a talent neglected for too long. She appeared at the 2016 PVM Gala, “All That Jazz,” and strutted her stuff again! Aging experts note that fully utilizing talents and sharing them with others contributes to aging well.

The population of Michiganians age 63+ will increase from

14%

in 2010

TO

23%

FULL OF LIFE AND UP FOR ANY NEW ADVENTURE Bob Healy can always be counted on to join in the fun! Whether it’s a spirit contest for the Village Victory Cup, a video for YouTube with fellow residents or playing the maracas with the band at the 2016 PVM Gala, Bob brings joy and vitality to the experience. He is a great example of living life to the fullest. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

by 2040

SOURCE: MICHIGAN.GOV

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New Possibilities for PVM Residents THOME RIVERTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD SETS THE STANDARD The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green HousesÂŽand Thome Rivertown Neighborhood are featured as examples of innovative solutions for seniors in a video on the new Age Strong website (agestronginvest. com). The Age Strong production team spent a day filming the entire campus and interviewing key creators, stakeholders, residents and program participants. The film recognizes the important work being done for under-served seniors, and showcases how embedding senior housing and services in the mixed-use neighborhood contributes to overall activity and vibrancy. Age Strong is an impact investing initiative of AARP Foundation, Capital Impact Partners and Calvert Foundation. The AARP Foundation is the charitable affiliate of AARP. Capital Impact Partners transforms under-served communities into strong, vibrant places of opportuni-

DAVID SIMPSON SKETCHES IN THE LOBBY OF THE THOME RIVERTOWN SENIOR APARTMENTS.

ty. The Calvert Foundation enables people to invest for social good. Through the Community Investment Note, they connect individual investors with organizations working around the globe, developing affordable housing, creating jobs, protecting the environment, and working in numerous other ways for the social good.

The Age Strong goal is to lend a total of $70 million to organizations which provide housing and needed services for people over 50. The investments made into the Age Strong fund will provide loans to assist providers with housing and basic nutritional needs for their constituents.

More than 1 in 7 seniors cannot afford to meet their own basic needs million older people

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SOURCE: NATIONAL WOMEN’S LAW CENTER

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DONORS PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN SUCCESS Donors made the difference in bringing concept to reality in Detroit. It took eight years of persistence to develop The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. Philanthropy contributed $11 million to the overall $46 million budget for the model senior community, which has attracted national attention. An abandoned factory building on Detroit’s lower east side was

transformed from eyesore to eye-catcher. A partnership of three top regional providers of services to seniors, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, Henry Ford Health System, and United Methodist Retirement Communities, collaborated to pioneer a new approach to health and housing for low-income seniors. The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood offers affordable independent living apartments; affordable assisted living apartments; PACE Southeast Michigan (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly), a comprehensive adult daycare and health services program; and the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses®,

which provide 24-hour care for the frailest of seniors. The largest two gifts came from the Baltimore, Maryland area. The $5 million grant to complete the project came from the Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. It was the largest ever received in Presbyterian Village’s history. Support also came from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. Recognizing the importance of the mission and project, donor support provided the needed confidence and buy-in to overcome objections and challenges. The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood is an example of the value of creating new possibilities for vulnerable seniors. Officials were impressed with the speed of lease signing for independent living apartments. It was completed in three hours.

THOME RIVERTOWN SITE AFTER RENOVATION.

“…the dollars raised came mostly from first-time donors. The largest two gifts came from the Baltimore, Maryland area. Without donors, this project would still be a concept on the drawing board.” –Paul Miller, CFRE PVM Foundation President

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THOME RIVERTOWN RESIDENT MARY MORRIS AND SHAHBAZ, OR GREEN HOUSE®NURSE, EMMA WILLIAMS GIVE DONORS A THUMBS UP!

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MARKET RATE SENIOR HOUSING IN DETROIT AT HARTFORD VILLAGE A unique development for the City of Detroit, Hartford Village, on Detroit’s northwest side, is another new possibility for seniors. The vision of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church leaders and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan was realized as a $17 million development which provides a mix of 39 independent cottages and 46 apartments with security, support services including transportation, and nearby cultural amenities, churches, shopping, healthcare, education and more. Homes are maintenance-free and furnished with kitchen appliances, air conditioning, washers and dryers. Barrier-free options are available. The community offers activities and enrichment programs for mind, body and spirit.

“IT’S BEAUTIFUL. EVERY DAY HERE IS LIKE A VACATION,” SAY BARBARA AND PAUL WATSON OF HARTFORD VILLAGE.

BARRIER-FREE MEANS NEW POSSIBILITIES AT THE VILLAGE OF HILLSIDE After 14 months of construction and with $1.6 million in donor support, residents of The Village of Hillside in Harbor Springs have improved homes and a larger community center. The changes offer fresh options for local seniors who are able to stay in the community they call home. Improvements included two new elevators so residents no longer have to struggle up the stairs. Apartments are now barrier-free and accessible, making it easier to maneuver kitchens and bathrooms. The local senior center, The Friendship Center of Harbor Springs, has nearly tripled in size with rooms for meal preparation, private exams, a computer lab and more. The center offers regular exercise programs and classes, varied entertainment, activities and lunches.

BY AGE 75

about 1 in 3 men

RESIDENT JUDY BYRWA, FROM THE VILLAGE OF HILLSIDE, ENJOYING HER NEW APARTMENT!

1 in 2 women

DON’T GET ANY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SOURCE: DOSOMETHING.ORG

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NEW WELLNESS POSSIBILITIES AT EAST HARBOR The Village of East Harbor located in Macomb County, features a variety of housing and services to meet residents’ needs as they change and expand, including independent living apartments and cottages, enhanced living, assisted living, memory care and respite services. Seniors of every age and ability can exercise with proper equipment and coaching. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is committed to senior wellness every day and celebrates the fun and benefits in the yearly Village Victory Cup.

Part of the East Harbor campus renovations include a new Health & Wellness Center featuring: •A  new 3,000 square foot therapy gym with dedicated areas for physical, occupational and speech therapies, including an Activities of Daily Living kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and laundry room •S  pecialized rehabilitation equipment • Private treatment area for clients •A  state-of-the-art 4,600 square foot wellness gym, including senior-friendly exercise equipment, a pool, locker rooms, juice bar and beauty salon

•A  private classroom for programs such as fall reduction, pain management, yoga, meditation, or brain training exercises The trained staff will be able to provide more effective physical and occupational therapy and general programs for seniors, more efficiently. Occupational therapy patients should see quicker improvements and recovery as a result. Regular exercisers will have improved surroundings and more modern options for their work-out routines.

Exercise is an effective treatment for preventing falls, reducing high blood pressure, and some chronic conditions. RESIDENT JOSIE PATRICK FROM THE VILLAGE OF OAKMAN MANOR CELEBRATES BY STRIKING USAIN BOLT’S EVER-FAMOUS POSE AT THE 2016 VILLAGE VICTORY CUP. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

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Envisioning Possibilities in the Communities We Serve PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN’S STRATEGIC PLAN INCLUDES COMMITMENTS TO CREATE NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR QUALITY LIVING AND TO TRANSFORM SENIOR LIVING AND SERVICES AND ENHANCE COMMUNITIES. THE 2030 PVM VISION CALLS FOR SERVING AN EXPONENTIALLY LARGER NUMBER OF PEOPLE THROUGH HOME AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES. 2016 SAW MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND UNDERTAKINGS TOWARD THESE GOALS.

DANA PHALEN (L) AND ROGER L. MYERS (R) JOIN MR. WILL HENDERSON (C), RESIDENT AT THE VILLAGE OF OUR SAVIOUR’S MANOR, IN HONORING HIS FELLOW VETERANS. THE 2016 GALA TOOK PLACE ON VETERAN’S DAY.

VETERANS PREFERENCE PROGRAM Veterans are being moved to the front of the line! PVM received approval from the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to implement a “Veterans Preference” for 20 PVM villages. Applicants who are considered to be veterans of the United States Military or surviving spouses are given preference for admission, rising to the top of the application and waiting list process. PVM remains committed to a preference for those 62 years or older or a person with disabilities. “PVM is honored to serve the men and women who have served us in the armed forces,” stated James Bradford, a PVM board member and Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Army Reserve (Retired). “We are extremely pleased to be able to provide this new special consideration to those who have honorably served our country and made personal sacrifices while carrying out their duties,” said Roger Myers, President and CEO of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan.

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Care Sync S OLUTION S Keeping You Healthy

CARESYNC SOLUTIONS

PACE SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN

METRO IN-HOME SOLUTIONS

In 2016, two additional partners joined the CareSync Solutions collaboration, created in 2015 by Presbyterian Villages of Michigan and Homestead Health Care, Inc., Advantage Living Centers and National Church Residences became members of the CareSync Solutions LLC, with the goal of providing an increased continuum of integrated and coordinated solutions for seniors and others. The addition of these two members will broaden the reach and strengthen the capacity of CareSync. Services and programs include care management, counseling, discharge planning, skilled nursing, and therapy.

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a unique health plan funded by Medicare and Medicaid that provides integrated care and services to eligible seniors. It is ideal for seniors aged 55 and older who are living with chronic illness and who want to remain independent in their own homes. PACE Southeast Michigan is a non-profit organization jointly owned by Henry Ford Health System and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. PACE Southeast Michigan has locations in Southfield, Warren and Detroit at The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood.

Metro In-Home Solutions provides quality and affordable home modifications that enable seniors and persons with disabilities to live safely, independently, and comfortably in their homes. Metro In-Home Solutions (Metro IHS) is a partnership of four leading and trusted nonprofit organizations: Southwest Solutions, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit, and Hartford Community Development Corporation. Metro IHS provides quality services at reasonable cost, and in some instances can help customers with securing low-cost loans. These services may also be made on a private-pay basis. MIHS completed 19 homes in its first year of 2016. This was accomplished through the Accessibility Modifications Program (AMP) provided by First Independence National Bank and Fifth Third Bank.

LGBT INCLUSIVITY TOOLKIT

NATIONAL CHURCH RESIDENCES

A toolkit to help organizations become more inclusive of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) older adults was developed. It was made possible by a generous grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to Community Connections, a joint venture of PVM and the Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation. The toolkit targets members of the Village Movement, a national movement of older adults bonding together to obtain the support and services needed to remain living and engaged in their communities. The kit includes step-by-step guidance on inclusive policies and procedures, education and training, and marketing and communications.

PVM and National Church Residences partnered to enhance the lives of seniors in 21 PVM affordable housing sites throughout Michigan. Service coordinators from National Church Residences will use the “Home for Life” model and its Care Guide Tool to understand a community’s overall health and wellness profile, and to determine which residents may need more extensive support to continue living in the community. They will arrange preferred providers to help seniors and set up more extensive socialization. PVM and National Church Residences will be integrating these services into innovative programs such as resident engagement, wellness, and service excellence.

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Embracing New Properties and Agreements LOOKING AHEAD

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PVM has a 72-year history of expertise and experience in providing services and housing for seniors. As the numbers of seniors increase, investors and developers are attracted to the senior housing sector. The PVM board and leadership recognized the emerging opportunity to provide consulting and management beyond the walls of its own communities. In 2016, PVM took on four exciting consulting and management agreements in senior housing. Each is different; each uses the unique combination of talents and resources in the PVM organization.

Seniors served by one of our 30 villages or essential home and communitybased services. DELTA MANOR Located in Detroit, Delta Manor offers 99 subsidized, one-bedroom, independent-living, senior apartments, for ages 62+. The dramatic 7-story apartment building sits on a 2.5-acre campus adjacent to the Lafayette Park neighborhood and near the Detroit Eastern Market. The community is minutes away from the shopping, cultural and entertainment offerings of downtown and midtown Detroit. PVM now provides property management for Delta Manor, which is a mission of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The mission of the Detroit Alumnae Chapter is to be an agent of positive change and to make a difference in the community. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is the largest African-American women’s organization.

LAKESHORE SENIOR LIVING A new development in St. Clair Shores, PVM is serving as a consultant on marketing and leasing during construction and will provide property management to Lakeshore Senior Living, LLC, the owners and developers, once the community opens in Fall, 2017. Lakeshore Senior Living will feature 140 market-rate units for Independent Living and Memory Care for ages 55+. It is ideal for seniors who desire top-tier services while maintaining independence. Features include spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments, a dining room and 3rd-floor pub with scenic views of the lake, and recreational activities.

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THE PARK AT TROWBRIDGE New owners acquired The Park at Trowbridge with a commitment to major capital improvements. It includes 299 independent living apartments in a variety of layouts. Their goals include strengthening the quality reputation of The Park at Trowbridge and providing residents with resort-style amenities and services. The building is tucked into a quiet, suburban neighborhood on a 10-acre campus in Southfield. It features a variety of Independent Living apartment layouts in a sophisticated high-rise building for ages 55+. PVM is providing an advisory role during renovations, as well as marketing, leasing, and property management services.

MCFARLAN VILLAGES Three buildings under the McFarlan banner in Flint, Michigan serve the needs of more than 300 individuals with housing and care. Presbyterian Villages now provides marketing, leasing and property management for the McFarlan Home and Court Street Village, which are located adjacent to Flint’s Cultural Center. The McFarlan Home was based on the vision of Mrs. Mary McFarlan Whaley. Her will specified that upon her death a trust would be created “for the purpose of providing and maintaining a home for elderly ladies,” and called The McFarlan Home in memory of her parents. The building has 29 market-rate units for women 60+, with Independent and Assisted Living. Court Street Village has 256 apartments in two buildings on the spacious, tree-lined campus. There are market rate and subsidized, one- and two-bedroom apartments for ages 55+. The development supports a healthy and active senior lifestyle including maintenance-free living, social opportunities, community activities, with features and services including an on-site coordinator.

The new business of senior housing consulting services, management, leasing and property management offers many future opportunities for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. These are consistent with PVM’s Vision to positively transform senior living and services and enhance the communities we serve. Through these new properties and agreements in 2016, PVM worked aggressively toward its corporate goals of transformation and growth. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

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Community Highlights

U.S. Health and Human Services Agency estimates

70% of all people

65 and up will need long-term care services in their lifetime.

Embracing the possibilities is a way of life at all locations. Cooking classes, Tai Chi, meditation and fitness classes abound for a life of wellness. Partnering with the Girl Scouts, hospitals, churches and senior centers helped to create a bond of community. Donating hundreds of pounds of food to food banks, water to Flint residents and caps and blankets to newborns and cancer patients echoed the thought that giving to others enriches us along the way. Mentoring and reading to youngsters had a similar effect by enjoying the magic of intergenerational relationships. Planting flowers for neighbors and helping to beautify communities added the aesthetic element of life well lived. For more information on individual community highlights go to pvm.org or our Facebook page at Presbyterian Villages. Every PVM community contributes to a culture which embraces the possibilities of life well lived in their own unique way. Heightened service coordination and advocacy moves our agenda forward to make sure that all potential possibilities for quality senior living are available for PVM communities and residents.

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202 Woods Circle Alpena, MI 49707 989.278.4250

17500 Meyers Road Detroit, MI 48235-1404 248.281.2060

Ann Lange, Administrator David Gehm, Board President 33875 Kiely Drive Chesterfield, MI 48047-3604 586.725.6030 8737 Fourteenth Street Detroit, MI 48206-2203 313.894.0430 Carmen Thomas, Administrator Bunia Parker, Board Chair

David Miller, Executive Director Carolyn Martin, Administrator - Independent Living Gail Sliwinski, Administrator - Assisted Living Dr. Aaron Lundgaard, Board Chair

Gena Edwards, Administrator Dr. Ronald E. Goldsberry, Chair

311 W. Main Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740-1444 231.526.7108 Mary Catherine Hannah, Executive Director Kurtis Grangood, Administrator Linda Rhodes-Pauly, Board Chair

2900 Brush Street Detroit, MI 48201-3104 313.832.9922

14486 Middle Gibraltar Gibraltar, Michigan 48173 734.676.4802 Tammi Rose, Administrator

Jannie Scott, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, Board Chair

3325 Grange Hall Road Holly, MI 48442-1003 248.634.0592 Deanna Coggins, Administrator William W. Walters, Board Chair

2150 East Vernor Highway Detroit, MI 48207 313.259.5140 Sheila Jackson, Administrator Barbara Anderson, Board President Jacqueline D. Lawson, Board President-Elect

700 North Pine Road Bay City, MI 48708 989.892.1912 Stephanie Cooper, Administrator Rev. Jeffrey Weenink, Board Chair 5221 Lakeshore Road, Ft. Gratiot Township, MI 48059-3122 810.385.9516 John Ulrich, Administrator 15050 Birwood Detroit, MI 48238 313.934.4000 Misty L. Gregory, Administrator Lisa Watkins, Board Chair

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28801 Jefferson Avenue St. Clair Shores, MI 48081 586.218.6228

17275 Fifteen Mile Road Clinton Township, MI 48035-6208 586.790.4500

Rachel Nagorsen, Administrator Sales & Leasing Manager

Melissa Reisterer, Administrator Mary Meyer Neff, Board Chair 14000 Woodrow Wilson Detroit, MI 48238-2963 313.957.0210 Deborah Beard, Administrator Maynard L. Timm, Board Chair

MCFARLAN HOME 700 E. Kearsley Street Flint, MI 48503 810.235.3077 COURT STREET VILLAGE 800 E. Court Street Flint, MI 48503 810.239.4400 Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director Robert Bessert, Board Chair

4241 Village Circle Drive Harbor Springs, MI 49740-9040 231.526.1500 29495 Annapolis Road Westland, MI 48186-5599 734.595.4663

Mary Catherine Hannah, Executive Director Jill Tibbits, Administrator Linda Rhodes-Pauly, Board Chair

Aaron Price, Administrator Johnnie Jackson, Board Chair

25340 West Six Mile Road Redford, MI 48240-2105 313.541.6000

300 Carl Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49015 269.962.0605 Jennifer Bouchard, Administrator Patricia Fosdick, Board Chair

24111 Civic Center Dr., Southfield, Michigan 48033 (248) 352-0208

Gloria E. Robinson, Administrator Deanna Ludlow Mitchell, Board Chair

Rochelle Upfal, Executive Director

420 S. Opdyke Road Pontiac, MI 48341-3145 248.334.4379 Kevin Centala, Administrator Matthew Gibb, Board Chair

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2950 E. Twelve Mile Road Warren, MI 48092-2420 586.751.5090 Anne Lilla, Administrator Malcom K. McDougall, Board Chair

4210 E. Rosebush Road Rosebush, MI 48878-8751 989.433.0150 Jessica Gross, Administrator Tom Swindlehurst, Board Chair 3501 Cherry Blossom Lane Jackson, MI 49201 517.788.6679 Rae Stachnik, Administrator Ginny Wood-Broderick, Board Chair

32001 Cherry Hill Road Westland, MI 48186-7902 734.728.5222 Michele White, Executive Director Jeanette Pisha, Board Chair

214 South Sage Street Kalamazoo, MI 49006 269.567.3300 Paula Hager, Administrator Jose E. Santamaria, Board Chair 15875 Joy Road Detroit, MI 48228-2984 313.582.8088 Andrea Felice, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, Board Chair

1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48201-2951 313.494.9000 Marla Bradford, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, Board Chair

260 McDougall Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48207-4251 313.259.9000 Bianca Pitts, Administrator of Senior Apartments Gloria W. Robinson, Board Chair

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LEADERSHIP & AWARDS

PVM helps people to embrace their own possibilities.

Embracing new possibilities includes potential risk; it also includes rewards – creating innovations, solving problems, bringing talent and enthusiasm to each situation, leading by example, inspiring the next generation, and helping others. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is proud of its accomplishments as a leader in senior housing, programs and services. We’re especially proud when our efforts are recognized and members of our team receive honors for their work. We encourage participation in the community and organizations and activities related to our greater mission of service to seniors.

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CRAIN’S DETROIT BUSINESS SELECTED PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN AS THE BEST-MANAGED NONPROFIT IN 2016. PVM received the honor “for tackling the complexity of meshing an affordable senior community with increased access to health care and related services for seniors in the surrounding neighborhood and collaborating at high levels to do it...” The Edward N. and Della L. Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, near Detroit’s east riverfront, was the driving force behind this award due to innovation and challenges which were met along the way by PVM and its partners. Chelsea-based United Methodist Retirement Communities has collaborated as co-general partner of the community and managing partner of the assisted living at The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. Henry Ford Health System is a partner in PACE Southeast Michigan, the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, which has a location on the campus. PACE is ANNUAL REPORT 2016

a nationally-recognized way of delivering services which allows seniors to remain as independent as possible while accessing quality health care. PACE Southeast Michigan is the largest program of its kind in Michigan. Over the past eight years, the first two phases of the campus became a $46 million project demanding over 20 different sources of funding to meet capital costs. And more is on the way with the opening of two Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses®. The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood shows promise as a national model, an anchor of economic development in Detroit and a way of life deserving of the seniors who reside and are engaged in the neighborhood.

“For tackling the complexity of meshing an affordable senior community with increased access to health care and related services for seniors in the surrounding neighborhood and collaborating at high levels to do it...”

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ROGER L. MYERS PVM President and Chief Executive Officer For years, Myers has served in leadership roles for the national LeadingAge organization and LeadingAge Michigan. LeadingAge is focused on education, advocacy and applied research in aging, including housing and services to seniors. For national LeadingAge, Myers has served as co-chair of the Future of Affordable Housing Cabinet. For LeadingAge Michigan, Myers is the chair of the Political Action Committee. Myers serves on the Board of Trustees of Alma College.

PAUL MILLER, CFRE President, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation Paul completed the first year of his term as president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Detroit Chapter. The association exists to foster the development

and growth of fundraising professionals, to preserve and enhance philanthropy and volunteerism, and to promote the highest ethical standards in the fundraising profession worldwide.

LYNN ALEXANDER PVM Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Lynn Alexander, Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, received the 2016 Esteemed Women of Michigan (EWM) Award from the Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic. The award “honors extraordinary women from across Metro Detroit for excelling professionally or personally in their philanthropic endeavors to improve our communities.” EWM holds them up as women to be exemplified by younger generations.

JANNIE SCOTT Administrator of Brush Park Manor Scott continues to serve on the Political Action Committee for LeadingAge Michigan. She serves on the Advisory Council of the Detroit Area Agency on Aging.

BEAUTIFICATION WARREN

The Village of Warren Glenn received a Marigold Award from the Warren Beautification Commission in October 2016. The Commission recognizes businesses, churches and non-profit organizations for outstanding efforts to beautify the city through flowers and landscaping. The Village of Warren Glenn created a new large flower bed and improved other beds through the hard work of residents especially Josephine Danowski, board members especially Mac McDougall, staff especially Denise Giallombardo and students from Michigan Collegiate High School. They were recognized for their use of marigolds, the city flower.

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” –John Quincy Adams

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LEADERSHIP & AWARDS

LEADINGAGE MICHIGAN PVM staff and volunteers received these awards at the 2016 LeadingAge Michigan Awards Gala.

Caring Spirit Award LYNETTE SANDAY Charge Nurse, Memory Care Unit The Village of East Harbor

Leadership in Action Award DAVID MILLER Vice President & Executive Director The Village of East Harbor

Lynette has worked at The Village of East Harbor for more than 14 years. First in the skilled nursing facility, now as Charge Nurse in the Memory Care Unit. She consistently provides compassionate care, excelling in all she does for residents on a daily basis. She cares deeply for the residents and embraces their families. Lynette truly defines a caring and compassionate nurse.

David’s life work for 30 years has been serving seniors. “The residents are my bosses, this is their home, and I am here because of them,” says David. Under his leadership, The Village of East Harbor is a flagship senior living community in the PVM system. East Harbor has a culture of caring, with David’s inspiration. He’s active and involved with everyone in the community from residents and families to staff and volunteers. He brings genuine concern to his involvement, and empowers his team to seek solutions and achieve great results.

Other PVM awards of mention from LeadingAge were: ELLEN BYRNE Senior Development Manger for Facilities Advancement Honorable Mention, Mentor Award

LYNETTE SANDAY, RECIPIENT OF THE “CARING SPIRIT AWARD” FOR HER COMPASSIONATE CARE (LEFT); AND DAVID MILLER, RECIPIENT “LEADERSHIP IN ACTION AWARD” FOR HIS SERVICE TO THE VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR (RIGHT).

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DONALD PAILEN Volunteer for the Legacy Corps Program Honorable Mention, Individual Volunteer of the Year LEGACY CORPS PROGRAM Honorable Mention, Group Volunteer of the Year

GRAZIELLA BRUNER The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor Administrative Assistant Graziella was the highest winner of the 2016 “Shining Star” Awards. These awards are given in recognition of Service Excellence performed daily by PVM employees.

COLLEEN FROATS Resident Assistant at Perry Farm Village “I’ve always believed the more you give, the more you have. The residents make every day worth all I can give,” Colleen Froats wrote in her Melinda Conway Callahan Spirit of Giving Award-winning entry. The contest is in essay format and open to all employees who donate to the PVM Foundation. The winner gets $500 donated to their Village in their name. Colleen gives in many ways, from financial gifts to sewing aprons for residents. Thank you, Colleen, for all you do!

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FINANCIAL

Dear Friends & Supporters, We are pleased to report that the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s (PVM) system-wide 2016 financial performance for the entities it manages met our strategic expectations, and our financial position remains strong. A key performance indicator is PVM’s debt service coverage ratio, measured to meet our requirements to fund principal, interest, and capital replacement reserves. For the entities PVM manages the system-wide ratio was 1.96 in 2016, which was below the 2.26 in 2015. The other key measure, the days cash on hand ratio, stood at 110 days at December 31, 2016, which improved from 106 at December 31, 2015. We were able to achieve these important indicators due to an emphasis on sales and marketing, new management service arrangements, higher development fees, continued cost containment, cash collections efforts, the sale of undeveloped land, cash returns on investments in certain entities, fund raising, and capital financing. The PVM Foundation’s Statewide Comprehensive Campaign continued its strong performance, as it nears its seven year goal of raising $27 million by 2017. The actively managed investment portfolio yielded a 5.9% return in 2016. The overall market value of the PVM Foundation’s investments was

W. Paul Rau Board Vice Chair of Finance Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

$10.8 million at December 31, 2016, down from the $12.4 million at the end of 2015 considering PVM deployed $5.6 million of temporarily restricted funds, primarily to projects which opened in late 2016/early 2017, including Hillside III, Hartford Village, and the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses at Rivertown Neighborhood. The overall asset value of PVM’s system-wide managed entities was $203 million as of December 31, 2016, up from $198 million at the end of 2015. Our system-wide net assets (equity) plus forgivable HUD 202 capital advances represent 49% of the total asset value at December 31, 2016, down from the end of 2015, primarily due to booked depreciation of nearly $7 million. Of the PVM-managed entities subject to third party audit or review, there were no matters of material or significant internal control deficiencies and all reports received an unqualified opinion. In May 2016, FitchRatings affirmed the PVM Obligated Group’s BB+ rating and “Stable” Outlook. PVM has a strong future thanks to the contributions and dedication of our staff, volunteers, partners, collaborators, and donors who together serve PVM’s clients to ensure a financially strong and transparent organization.

Brian W. Carnaghi Senior Vice President, CFO & Board Treasurer Presbyterian Villages of Michigan & Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation

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2016

Contributions, Net of Donations Released -$344,996

Otherr income 86,479 $2,086,479

Insurance $1,240,984

Other $15,323,773

Management & Development Fees $5,612,779 Depreciation (non-cash) $7,329,083

Investment Income $1,279,609

Resident Services $39,652,261

Wages & Benefits $18,651,461

Interest $5,430,178

Maintenance & Utiliites $5,728,672

2016 Expenses:

2016 Revenues:

$53,704,151

$48,286,131

Receivables and Other $18,890,522

Payables and Other $11,901,346

Unrestricted Cash & Investments $20,249,351

Net Assets-Unrestricted ricted ricted & Temporarily Restricted 9 $22,983,009 Current & Long-Term Debt $89,128,473

Net AssetsRestricted $4,246,364

Restricted Cash & Investments $20,675,564 Property, Plant, & Equipment $143,947,897

2016 Assets:

$203,763,334

2015

HUD 202 Capital Advances $73,530,498 Deferred Revenue $1,973,644 $1,973

2016 Liabilities & Net Assets:

$203,763,334

2015 EXPENSES: $56,411,259

2015 REVENUES: $54,098,345 Management & Development Fees $1,824,781 Other $3,077,813 Contributions $2,252,160 Investment & Dividend Income $1,863,328 Resident Services $45,080,263

Wages & Benefits $22,410,461 Depreciation (non-cash) $7,837,252 Interest $3,995,608 Maintenance & Utilities $5,801,914 Other $15,305,092 Insurance $1,060,932

2015 LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS: $198,658,594 2015 ASSETS: $198,658,594 Restricted Cash & Investments Unrestricted Cash & Investments Receivables & Other Property, Plant & Equipment ANNUAL REPORT 2016

$15,370,272 $21,268,026 $21,150,774 $140,869,522

HUD 202 Capital Advances Net Assets-Restricted Net Assets-Unrestricted & Temporarily Restricted Payables & Other Current & Long Term Debt Deferred Revenue

$73,556,523 $4,226,202 $26,497,846 $11,017,856 $81,362,250 $1,997,917

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Your donations make it happen!!! DEAR DONORS:

Big Thank You!

Your gifts DID THIS!

Without your kindness PVM would not be here today. That might sound shocking, but it is so TRUE. All roads within PVM lead to a gift from a donor. From the very first gift by Clarence D. Sterling to purchase land in 1945, to your 2016 donations, gifts have been the secret sauce to the wonderful accomplishments shared in this annual report, each one before it, AND in the future. Your donations make it happen! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! Thank you for caring enough to give. The photos below demonstrate your kindness in action. Please take a moment to enjoy your good work. Your gifts REALLY matter! Please continue being a donor in 2017. THANK YOU!

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Returning Donors

516

New Donors

1,425

TOTAL DONORS

These photos show your

kindness in action!

Paul J. Miller, CFRE President Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation

BE MY VALENTINE! CHESTERFIELD TWP. VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR RESIDENTS AUDREY BOLTON & MARIE BEAULAC ENJOY HAVING RESIDENT ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

YOU CREATE SMILES— AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES EACH YEAR AT THE VILLAGE VICTORY CUP!

BARRIER-FREE! JEANETTE SCHEFFLER, RESIDENT AT HARBOR SPRINGS’ THE VILLAGE OF HILLSIDE, CAN COME AND GO AS SHE PLEASES! Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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Here are some of the great things YOU made possible in 2016: In 2016, you transformed the lives of thousands of seniors through gifts totaling $1,565,748! Here are some of the great things YOU did for older adults in 2016:

Planned Gifts (Realized) $27,691.51

Earned Incomee $258,839

• Transportation to appointments or outings • Technology upgrades to learn, explore and stay connected • Social activities, gatherings and field trips to reduce isolation • Wellness classes, like fall prevention and equipment to stay healthy • Building improvements (construction, community rooms, wellness center and more!) • Resident and employee emergency needs through PVM Benevolence, Resident Assistance and Kleemann Help Funds

Gifts In-Kind $35,927.49

Cash & Pledges $1,243,290.22

2016 PVM Foundation Revenue

$1,565,748*

Community Services Transportation $48,058.61 $ 53,199.07 Employee Support Technology $5,000 $1,409.32 Wellness $160,863.81

Benevolence & Resident Assistance $224,309

Facility Improvements $1,059,444.72

Leadership $24,516.12

2016 PVM Foundation Grants Allocated “I’M SO HAPPY!” MR. MESSINA (CENTER LEFT) IS HOME AT THOME RIVERTOWN IN DETROIT.

$1,576,801*

WEDDING BELLS AT THE KLEEMANN CHAPEL OF EAST HARBOR.

WHAT’S COOKIN’?! KEVIN CENTALA, ADMINISTRATOR AT PONTIAC’S VILLAGE OF OAKLAND WOODS AND THE RESIDENTS LOVE THEIR REMODELED KITCHEN. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

THE GINES AND THEIR DOG CHINA ARE HOME AT DETROIT’S HARTFORD VILLAGE — THANKS TO YOU! (Photo Credit: The Kresge Foundation)

*As of December 31, 2016, Unaudited

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PVM Foundation Special Events: Thank You Donors, Sponsors, Attendees and Volunteers! GIVING SOCIETY MEMBERS HONORED DURING ANNUAL LUNCHEON AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE, DETROIT Some of PVM’s most loyal donors were recognized on June 6th! The 22nd Annual Calvin, Sterling & Peterson Mission Makers Societies and Board Recognition Luncheon was held at The Masonic Temple in Detroit. This event recognizes members of the PVM Foundation’s three giving societies for their generous support of the PVM mission.

NANCY & DICK EULER, CALVIN SOCIETY MEMBERS

Learn more about our giving societies or become a member! Visit pvmf.org/Giving-Societies, or contact Bobie Clement, 248.281.7252 or bclement@pvm.org. JOHNNIE JACKSON, CALVIN & PETERSON MISSION MAKERS SOCIETY MEMBER

DONORS: YOU RAISED OVER $300,000 FOR SENIORS AT 13TH ANNUAL PVM FOUNDATION GALA! Thanks to the generous contributions of sponsors, attendees and donors, $305,022 (gross) was raised for the benefit of seniors at the 13th Annual PVM Foundation Gala! On November 11th, 500 guests enjoyed All That Jazz! By participating in the gala, donors impact the lives of over 5,000 PVM residents and community seniors. You’re giving older adults not only shelter, but a home; innovative services in technology, wellness and transportation; access to programs that change lives; AND, you’re putting veterans first. The event featured The Oakland University Jazz Band; resident ambassadors representing more than 17 PVM Villages to welcome guests; and even a stilt walker. It was an honor to recognize PVM resident veterans and celebrate with you! It was truly an evening to remember. THANK YOU to all the sponsors, guests, donors, volunteers and staff for making the 2016 Gala a success! Visit pvmf.org for more information about PVM Foundation events.

LEFT, TOP: RESIDENTS JOINED THE OAKLAND UNIVERSITY JAZZ BAND ON STAGE FOR A DANCE!; LEFT: ANGELA & RON GOLDSBERRY AND SHIRLEY & RON GILLHAM SERVED AS CO-CHAIRS OF THE 2016 GALA GALA PHOTOS: DOUG COOMBE

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VILLAGE CHAMPION SPONSORS Ray and Ann Steben, Jr.

OFFICIAL MEDIA SPONSOR

VILLAGE TRENDSETTER SPONSORS Aileron Ltd. Arch Consultants, LTD Braun Construction Group Dickinson Wright, PLLC Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc.

VILLAGE TABLE SPONSORS

Huntington National Bank Interstate Restoration Jermor Plumbing and Heating Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook

ENTERTAINMENT SPONSORS

Advantage Living Centers Agility Health ALM Technologies Giffels Webster Engineers, Inc. Henry Ford Health System Infinity Technology Group InnerSpace Design, Inc. Lakeshore Senior Living LeadingAge Michigan

VIP RECEPTION SPONSORS â„¢

Bob & Mary Schroeder

RAFFLE SPONSORS Brian and Beth Carnaghi Classic Investigation Agency Cinnaire Title Services Dickinson Wright, PLLC Delaware Investments

Fusco, Shaffer and Pappas, Inc. Grigg Graphic Services, Inc. Melvin & Gwendolyn Parker ROG Mechanical Toshiba Business Solutions

GALA PATRONS The Honorable & Mrs. James Alexander William & Marcia Ball Ellen Byrne Fusco, Shaffer and Pappas, Inc. Ron & Shirley Gillham Ron & Angela Goldsberry LaDonna Holley Dr. Lynda Jeffries Paul & Kristin Miller

Mary Meyer Neff Ted & Janet Payne Pitchford Law PC Plunkett Cooney Priority Health Dick & Phyllis Rabbideau Bob & Mary Schroeder Donna Snider John & Francie Utley

ALL THAT JAZZ! SHANE FEKETE, PLAYED THE TRUMPET AND WALKED ON STILTS AS A PART OF THE GALA ENTERTAINMENT ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Lau & Lau Associates, LLC George B. Millush, Jr. Plante & Moran, PLLC Roger & Tammy Myers National Church Residences

VALET SPONSORS Mid-West Seniors Housing Advisors of Marcus & Millichap Hylant Group

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Calvin Society COMMEMORATING LOYALTY THROUGH PLANNED GIVING The Calvin Society was established to honor all donors who have made a planned or deferred gift to support PVM. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the Calvin Society members whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. Bolded names represent new members or new planned gifts in 2016.

ELVA DANIELS, CALVIN SOCIETY MEMBER & MARIE BEAULAC, BOTH RESIDENTS AT THE VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR

Mrs. Kesha Akridge Mrs. Mary Y. Arehart Ms. Jane Bolender Mr. Stanley M. Brandt Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Rick & Melinda Callahan Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Marjorie M. Cameron Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Rev. Dr. James H. Conley Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer Mr. Michael G. Damone Mrs. Elva B. Daniels Ms. Joann R. Duane Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler Mr. David M. Finnegan Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. Lloyd G. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Dean M. Gettemy Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. Dennis Goetz Mr. James S. Gompers Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch Beach & Marianne Hall Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Mr. Kenneth Harder Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes Mrs. Coralee A. Henriksen Ms. Jean E. Hilderley Ms. Ellen Hornfisher Mrs. Doris J. Horton Mr. Charles F. Howe, Jr. Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Kaiser Mrs. Mary K. Keebler Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Kleemann Mr. David Mantey Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. Paul J. Miller Dr. & Mrs. Randall R. Miller Mr. & Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree Mrs. Helen Morrison Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Nelson Mr. James S. Orton Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Orvis Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Mrs. Patricia Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mrs. Judith M. Pugh Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Rev. James L. Rhinesmith Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan Mr. E. Richard Salisbury Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Miss Betty E. Schwesinger Mr. & Mrs. Richard Sills Miss Marjorie Simpson Ms. Nancy L. Stager Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mrs. Valerie D. Stokes Mrs. Ruth M. Taylor Mrs. Mary E. Thero Mrs. Glenise S. Tyndall Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz Mr. & Mrs. Russell S. Vahlbusch Ms. Elaine Walton Mrs. R. Estelle Wade Mrs. Carol A. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. White Mr. John E. Williams & Dr. Elizabeth B. Williams Mr. Stanley Wojcik We would like to remember those members who have passed on since the last publication. We will always remember the legacy they have left the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan mission and residents. Mrs. Shirley Gooden Mrs. Donna Moore Mrs. Helen Pelling

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Clarence D. Sterling Society COMMEMORATING A LIFETIME OF COMPASSION The Clarence D. Sterling Society honors a donor’s cumulative contributions over time. When a donor’s total irrevocable giving reaches $50,000 or more (not including special event participation or in-kind gifts), this donor becomes a member. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Clarence D. Sterling Society whose commitment and generosity enables PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care. Thank you! Bolded names represent new members or an increased giving level in 2016.

JIM & LOUISE GOTCH, CALVIN & STERLING SOCIETY MEMBERS

1945 Founders Circle

Leadership Circle

$500,000+

$50,000 - $149,999

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan The Kresge Foundation Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.

Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation The Richard & Helen DeVos Foundation William J. & Julie Edwards Foundation Fifth Third Bank First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn First Presbyterian Church of Northville Ms. Karin W. Flint Frey Foundation Rolin M. Gerstacker Foundation Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch Mr. Richard J. Holmes Richard & Jane Manoogian Foundation Michigan Health Endowment Fund Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. Mr. Jerome Morgan Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder The Senior Alliance Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mary Thompson Foundation

Chairman’s Circle $250,000-$499,999 Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Kleemann The Offield Family Foundation

President’s Circle $150,000-$249,999

GLORIA ROBINSON, A PETERSON MISSION MAKER, WITH HER “THANK YOU” GIFT, A PHOTO BOOK FROM RESIDENTS TO DONORS. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

First Foundation, First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Mr. James S. Gompers Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock Masco Corporation Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer Ward Church Samuel L. Westerman Foundation

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Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson Mission Makers Society Established to commemorate the late Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson, former PVM President and CEO, this giving society is comprised of donors who have committed a multi-year pledge of $1,000 or greater, and over two years or more. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Mission Makers Society whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. We are pleased to recognize the 2016 Mission Maker Members. Thank you! Bolded names represent new or renewed members.

THE MASONIC TEMPLE, DETROIT WELCOMED PVM DONORS AND SOCIETY MEMBERS ON JUNE 6TH

Agility Health The Honorable & Mrs. James Alexander Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Anonymous The Anton Family Foundation ASTI Environmental Bill & Marcia Ball Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bishop, Jr. Mrs. Audrey Bolton Mr. James T. Bradford Mrs. Natalie Brothers Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Brown Mr. & Mrs. David Buzzelli Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne C & H Fire Protection, Inc. Rick & Melinda Callahan Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Carney Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman Charles Stewart Mott Fund Ms. Bobie Clement Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon Mrs. Janet DeVold Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Ellis First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Ms. Audra D. Frye Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Jon B. Gandelot & Lisa Mower Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Ronald & Angela Goldsberry Mr. James S. Gompers Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc. Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko Mr. Walter R. Greene, III & Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene

Mr. Stuart Grigg – Grigg Graphic Services Ms. Paula Hager Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy Scott & Kerri Heydens Mr. & Mrs. Mark High Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell Ms. Frances Holly Mr. Richard J. Holmes Homestead Home Health Care Hooker DeJong, Inc. Infinity Technology Group Inforum Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Ms. Lynda K. Jeffries Mr. & Mrs. Keith Jelinek Mr. Willie A. Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Ms. Cecelia Johnston Nathan & Megan Keup Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaBelle Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau Ms. Judy Layne Leidal & Hart Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard Mr. & Mrs. Webb F. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin Mr. & Mrs. Michael McElroy Mr. Ronald B. McRae Michigan Health Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Miller Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. The Millush Family Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Paul Modi

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Ms. Lynn Montgomery MPS Foundation Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. Dr. Patricia O’Brien Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. & Mrs. William U. Parfet Gary & Linda Pauly Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Progressive Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes Ben & Joanne Robinson Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Richard J. Strowger & Patricia Ellis Ms. Katrina Summersett Edward N. & Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A. Trustee Mr. & Mrs. Turner S. Thompson, Jr. Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Paul Thwaite Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Torp Mr. & Mrs. George Torreano, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Utley Walstrom Marine Mr. William W. Walters & Mrs. Robin Ennis Ms. Elaine Walton Ms. Lisa M. Watkins Samuel L. Westerman Foundation Ms. Michelle Williams Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers Mr. & Mrs. David Zimmer

BOARD MEMBERS WERE RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING AND LOYAL SERVICE AT THE CALVIN, STERLING & PETERSON MISSION MAKERS SOCIETIES AND BOARD RECOGNITION LUNCHEON.

BOB & ARDY JONES WITH BOB & PATRICIA HEALY AT THE 2016 CALVIN, STERLING & PETERSON MISSION MAKER SOCIETIES LUNCHEON.

Learn more about our Giving Societies or become a member! Please visit pvmf.org/ Giving-Societies, or contact Bobie Clement, 248.281.7252 or bclement@pvm.org. GUY AND BETTIE RUNYAN, CALVIN SOCIETY MEMBERS

ANNUAL REPORT 2016

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2016 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Annual Giving Honor Roll of Donors - 2016 WE CAN’T DO IT WITHOUT YOU! EVERY YEAR, MANY DEVOTED INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONTRIBUTE TO OUR MISSION. We are pleased to honor those individuals and organizations who made a gift in 2016. The numbers following each listing reflect the number of consecutive years that donor has been giving to PVM.

Village Benefactor $100,000+ Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron (4)* The Offield Family Foundation (3)* Edward N. & Della L. Thome Memorial Fund, Bank of America, N.A. Trustee (4)*

Village Visionary $50,000-$99,999 Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (20) Richard and Jane Manoogian Foundation (2)* Michigan Health Endowment Fund (1)*

Village Leader $20,000-$49,999 Fifth Third Bank (2)* University of Maryland College Park (2) Samuel L. Westerman Foundation (1)*

Village Champion $5,000-$19,999

GUESTS, RESIDENTS, BOARD MEMBERS AND STAFF AT A PVM RECEPTION AT THE VILLAGE OF HOLLY WOODLANDS.

Mayor Dave and Yvette Bing (1) BISSELL Inc. (2)* Mrs. Audrey Bolton (4)* Mr. and Mrs. Pier Borra (3) Braun Construction Group (2) Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers (14) Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (12)* Chemical Bank (2) The Damone Group, LLC (14) Mrs. Janet DeVold (6) Mr. Elmer Dixon-Dixon Masonry Construction (5) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Donnelly (1) DuMouchelles Art Galleries Co. (1) William J. & Julia Edwards Foundation (7) Mr. Dave Ellis (1) First Foundation - First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham (1) Mrs. Karin W. Flint (12) Ms. Joan D. Geering (10)* Ronald and Angela Goldsberry (1)* Mr. James S. Gompers (16)* Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (17) Mr. Richard J. Holmes (14)

Hooker DeJong, Inc. (1)* Hospitaler’s Committee Detroit Commandery No. 1 (1)* Huntington National Bank (6) Mr. William G. Hyland (1) Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock (7) Mr. Jethro Joseph (1) Kirk in the Hills (26) The Kresge Foundation (3) Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau-Lau & Lau Associates LLC (6) Lear Corporation (1) Estate of Lillian MacLean (1) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin (6) McGregor Fund (1) Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. (11)* The Millush Family (3)* Estate of Donna Moore (1) Mr. Jerome Morgan (13) Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers (25)* Mr. and Mrs. William U. Parfet (1) Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau (21) Mrs. Linda E. Riley (7) Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder (21) St. John’s Episcopal Church (2) Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. (22) Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce (1) Mr. and Mrs. John E. Utley (6)* Walstrom Marine (1)* William Blair (20)

Village Hero $1,000-$4,999 Advantage Management Group (1) Aileron Ltd. (5) The Honorable James & Lynn Alexander (7)* ALM Technologies (12) Arch Consultants, LTD (1) Bill and Marcia Ball (7)* The Barker Welfare Foundation (2) Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Beaulac (8) Ms. Jane A. Bolender (17) Mr. James T. Bradford (14)* Mr. James Brandell (1) Bridgewater Associates, LP (2) Brian and Beth Carnaghi (16) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll (4)* Cinnaire Title Services (5) Ms. Bobie Clement (7)* Continuum Development Services (7) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cook (1) CORE Partners Associates, LLC (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon (4)* Mrs. Elva B. Daniels (8) Delaware Management Holdings, Inc. (1) Detroit Area Agency on Aging 1-A (14) DickinsonWright, PLLC (13) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Dunn (1) Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Euler (12) First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn (11) First Presbyterian Church of Northville (2) First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac (5) Frank Rewold & Son, Inc. (1) Ms. Audra D. Frye (4)* Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. (22) Orville and Carrie Gascho Endowment Fund (13) Mr. John Gawryk (2) Gazelle, Inc. (1) Ms. Margie Geasler (1) Mr. and Mrs. Doug E. Gettel (1) Giffels Webster (6) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham (15) Gompers, Cornish & Barr (12) Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gotch (35) Estate of Earl C. Greene (6) Stuart Grigg-Grigg Graphic Services (7) Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter (28) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harrison (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Healy (10)* Henry Ford Health System (13) HJ Sims (3) Mrs. Beverly Hoglund (2)* Dr. LaDonna A. Holley (10) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell (12) Hylant Group (6) Mr. and Mrs. David A. Imesch (15) Innerspace Design (1) Interstate Restoration, LLC (2) Keith and Tami Jelinek (4)* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson (10)* Ms. Cecelia Johnston (4) ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jones (3) Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kessler (1) Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook (15) Knapp Group, Inc. (2) Mr. and Mrs. Agris Krautmanis (3) Lakeshore Senior Living, LLC (1) LeadingAge Michigan (10) Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation (11)* Dr. Mark Lindley and Mrs. Sandy Talbott (3) Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Lindow, Jr. (10) Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard (9) MacDermott Roofing, Inc. (6) Col. and Mrs. Michael V. Marston, USAFR (Ret) (12) Mr. and Mrs. Webb F. Martin (11)* Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Alexander C. McKeen McKeen Foundation/Trust (11) Michigan State Housing Development Authority (12) Ms. Audrey J. Miller (4) Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller (11)* Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Moore (1) Mrs. Faye E. Myers (17)* National Church Residences Foundation (1) Mrs. Janet Newell (15) Ms. Marcia Nunn (2) O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. (7)* PACE Southeast Michigan (2) Mr. Melvin L. Parker and Dr. Gwendolyn H. Parker (13) Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Payne (13) Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Peterson (16) Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation (3) Mr. Ben Phillips (1) Pinnacle Quality Insight (1) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Pisha (7) Pitchford Law PC (8) Plante & Moran, PLLC (23) Prudential Financial Inc. (1) ROG Mechanical (10) Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community Inc. (4) Mrs. Barbara W. Rossmann (1)

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CELEBRATE! PACE PARTICIPANTS AND STAFF AT THE PACE SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN SOUTHFIELD GRAND OPENING. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snider (2) Mr. James L. Spencer (1) St. Joseph Mercy Oakland (1) Richard Strowger and Patricia Ellis (5) Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Swindlehurst (1) Toshiba Business Solutions (5) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere (14) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Turman (3)* UAW-Ford National Programs (3) University Presbyterian Church (2) The Village of East Harbor Resident Association (5) The Village of Woodbridge Manor Resident Council (9) Mr. Mark Wallace (1) Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walters (11) West Construction Services (1) Mrs. Catherine Wright (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Zellers (5)*

Village Friend $250-$999 Absolute Services (3) Andrew D. Adair, D.O. (5) Mr. & Mrs. Alex Adah (1) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Akridge (13) Alpha Electric & Engineering, LLC (1) American Carpet Care, Inc. (4) Anderson & Son’s Painting, Inc. (1) Ms. Sara L. Andonian (1) Anonymous - 3 donors Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Archambault (1) Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Armstrong (1) Associated Insurance Managers (1) B & B Concrete Placement, Inc. (1) Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (1) Mr. and Mrs. R. Kent Barnes (9) The Rev. and Mrs. Eldon F. Beery (21)

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Ms. Sabrina R. Bettcher (2) Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bishop (2)* Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Blanchard (1) Bloomfield Hills Financial (1) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bomberski (7) Mr. William D. Bone (2) Mr. and Mrs. William K. Borglin (12) Mr. Pierre Boutros (1) Mr. Stacy P. Brackens, Jr. (8) Mr. Robert T.R. Brinton (8) Rev. Alec U. Brooks (13) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Robert O. Brown (2) Mr. Andrew Bullock (3) Mr. William Burgess and Ms. Kathryn S. Wood (2) Mr. and Mrs. Pat Byrne (6)* C & H Fire Protection, Inc. (1) Capital Fund Title Services, LLC (2) Mrs. Thomas H. Carruthers, IV (10) Mr. Carnell Carter (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carter (3) Casadei Structural Steel, Inc. (1) Cattin Family Trust (3) Mr. and Mrs. Dane Clark (1) Classic Investigative Agency (13) Ms. Fae Codden (1) Comfort Keepers (1) Conci Building Solutions (1) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connolly (1) Dr. Larry C. Coppard and Ms. Susan Ager (7) Ms. Dawn M. Corwin (10) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cournoyer (2) Mr. and Mrs. Hank Crawford (4) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Denomme (1) Mr. David Dittenber (1) Mr. Walter R. Greene, III and Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene (3)* Ms. Rene’ Duty (5) Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Ebling (1) EHM Senior Solutions (2) County of Emmet (1) Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Alpha Chapter (7) Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Fischer (1) Mrs. Mary L. Fischer (2)* Ms. Barbara F. Flemming (3)*

Mr. H. William Freeman (3) Mrs. Melissa Freiburger (3) Rev. and Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau (8) Mrs. Denise D. Funke (10) Mr. and Mrs. David Gabriel (3) Lisa Mower and Jon B. Gandelot (3)* Mr. John W. Gardner, Jr. and Mrs. Mona K. Ross-Gardner (9) Mr. Gene Gargaro (1) Mr. James M. Gendron (1) Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Glenn, Sr. (23) Mr. Donald J. Gorman (2) Mr. and Mrs. James Graham (1)
 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Grantham (1) Mr. Richard Green (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagenlocker (1) Beach B. and Marianne K. Hall (6) Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Hammond (11) Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah (6)* Ms. Carolyn J. Hastings (6) Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Hastings (2) Healthcare Margin Specialists (1) Mr. David E. Herbel (1) Scott and Kerri Heydens (4) Mr. Paul Hillegonds (1) Mr. Richard A. Hines (12) Lotsie & Rick Holton Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins (3) Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. House (12) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hovey (3) Ms. Julie Hughes (1) Mr. James P. Hults (1) Ms. Ara D. Hunter (9) Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Hurst (1) Mr. Jim Huttenlocher (1) The Indian Hill Company (1) Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson (14)* Mrs. Jackie Janetski (3) Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church (13) Dr. Lynda K. Jeffries (14)* Ms. Andrea Jenkins (3) Mr. Willie A. Jenkins (3)* Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kastens (5) Mr. & Mrs. Larry Keef (3) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Kelly (1) Mrs. Lynn G. Kenworthy (4)

Nathan and Megan Keup (12)* Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kurrie (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaBelle (1) Mr. Scott Langton (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. (6) Ms. Judy Layne (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Leonard (2) Ms. Catherine L. Liesman (5) Ms. Anne Lilla (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Long (5) Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation (10) Mr. and Mrs. W. David Lyle (3)

CONSTANCE CHARLES ENJOYS THE FUNDRAISING KICK-OFF PARTY AT THE VILLAGE OF ST. MARTHA’S. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Machesky (2) Mad Dash Heating & Air Conditioning (1) Mr. Fred Manuel (1) Ms. Carolyn M. Martin (7) Masonpro, Inc. (1) Mr. Steve J. Maun (1) Mr. & Mrs. Greg McNulty (2) Medline Industries, Inc. Estate of Helen Meldrum (1) Michigan Health & Hospital Association (2) Michigan State University Foundation (1) Mr. and Mrs. David M. Miller (26) Ms. Dorothy B. Miller (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitchell (5)* Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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Mr. and Mrs. Randal Murphy (3) Mrs. Mary M. Neff (9) Mr. Scott W. Nemode (1) Ms. Zan Nicolli (6) Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Nine (1) Dr. Patricia O’Brien (5)* Optimal Care, Inc. (6) Mrs. Doris J. Pailen (1) Mr. & Mrs. James T. Pappas (1) Mrs. Patricia Peterson (2) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Petru (1) Ms. Dana L. Phelan (12) Ms. Francesca M. Phillips (13) Ms. Patricia P. Pike (15) Plunkett Cooney (6) Mr. Aaron Price (4) Priority Health-Spectrum Health (3) Pro Quality Flooring (2) Quality Performance Plumbing, Inc. (1) RAM Construction (1) Mrs. Patricia Randolph (2) Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Rau (6) Mr. Andy Reynolds (2) Mrs. Carolyn Richardson (1) Mr. Cedric Richner (1) Mrs. Mary M. Robertson (11) Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson (5) Rosebush Presbyterian Church (5) Royal Stone LLC (1) Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Sanders (6) Mr. Robert L. Schwartz (1) Ms. Jannie M. Scott (14) Sebesta Brothers Electric (1) Service Care, Inc. (5) Ms. Dawn Siggett (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sivak (7) Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Snider (1) Ms. Rae A. Stachnik (2) Stafford’s Hospitality, Inc. (1) Mrs. Gloria S. Stokes (11) Mrs. Patricia Stokes (2) Ms. Katrina Summersett (2)* Swanson Funeral Home, Inc. (1) Mr. Thomas F. Sweeney (1) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swindlehurst (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Taylor (3) Mrs. Avni Thomas (3) ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Thwaite (3)* Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits (11) Mr. and Mrs. Graham Tillotson (1) Mr. Eugene Tilmann (1) Rev. Dr. Allen D. Timm & Dr. Janna C. Roop (4) Mr. Maynard L. Timm and Mrs. Noreen A. Markley (10)* Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Torp (3)* Ms. Rochelle Upfal (1) Mr. and Mrs. James Utley (1) Mrs. Paige Vanzo (1) The Village of Hampton Meadows Resident Council (7) Mr. and Mrs. W. James Walker (14) Dr. Elise and Mr. Kenneth Wallace (1) Mrs. Elaine Walton (4)* WEDGE Capital Management, LLP (1) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Weenink (2) Mr. John R. Weisgerber (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. White (1) Ms. Barbara N. Williams (1) Ms. Diane Williams (7) Mrs. Michelle Williams (2) Mr. Timothy P. Wintermute and Ms. Kathleen Sutcliffe (9) Mr. Brian K. Wolfe (1) Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie (9) Mr. Paul M. Wyzgoski (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Yudasz (5)

Village Contributor $249 and Below A-1 Electrical Services, Inc. (1) Rev. Estelle Aaron (3) ABC Supply Co. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams (2) Miss Ceola M. Agee (1) Mr. William E. Ahlstrom (4) Mr. William H. Ahrens (1) Mr. Michael T. Alberts (1) Ms. Joyce Alfaro (1) Mrs. Gloria Allen (1) Mr. and Mrs. John B. Allen (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Allesee (2) Ally Financial (1)

Mr. John D. Altstetter (3) Dr. Ethel L. Ambrose (1) Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson (13) Ms. Margaret Anderson (3) Mr. Nathan Anderson (1) Ms. Shawna L. Anderson (3) Mrs. Thelma Anderson (2) Ms. Holly A. Angileri (1) Anonymous - 7 Donors Ms. Joann Anthony (2) Ms. Bessie M. Ardis (2) Mr. Thomas Armstead (2) Ms. Mildred Armstrong (5) Mrs. Mary Arrasmith (1) Mrs. Patricia Ashley (1) Mr. and Mrs. Les Atchison (1) Ms. Jennifer Holem Attie (1) Ms. Michelle Atwell (1) Ms. Mary Austin (2) Mr. Steven Bacsikin (1) Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Bailey (1) Ms. Iola Bailey (2) Mr. Jon W. Baker (2) Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Baker (3) Mrs. Marie Banks (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bara (4) Ms. Toni Barber (1) Ms. Shirley Bargen (4) Ms. Lottie Barker-Usoro (1) Ms. Vesta Barksdale (1) Ms. Vicki L. Barnett (1) Mrs. Dominique Barrett (1) Ms. Kathryn D. Bartz (6) Ms. Christine Bashawaty (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batcheller (1) Mrs. Irene A. Battaglia (4) Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Batts (2) Ms. Deborah L. Beard (10) Ms. Cheryl L. Beatty (12) Miss Helen Beaudin (2) Mrs. Marie M. Beaulac (4) Miss Virginia Becker (6) Ms. Holly Beeby (2) Mr. John C. Begin (7) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Beltramo (2) Ms. Mary Bennett (4) Ms. Sharon Benton (9)

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Ms. Christine A. Berger (1) Ms. Donna J. Bidelman (1) Ms. Katharine B. Biggs (1) Mr. and Mrs. David Bird (1) Ms. JoAnn Bisbee (3) Ms. Rebekah R. Bisbee (3) Mrs. Delores C. Bishop (1) Ms. Carol L. Black (1) Ms. Sandra Black (1) Ms. Fannie Blackshear (4) Mr. and Mrs. James S. Blair, Jr. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blankenship (14) Ms. Susan S. Bleyaert (1) Mrs. Kathleen Block (2) Ms. Mary Ellen Bly (3) Mr. and Mrs. James Bonstelle (4) Ms. Lindsey S. Borek (1) Ms. Jennifer Bouchard (4) Ms. Madge Bourdo (3) Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bowen (3) Ms. Renee Bowers (1) Ms. Dawn A. Bowling (1) Ms. Patricia Boyington (1) Ms. Jennifer L. Boyle (1) Mr. Robert Boyle (1) Mrs. Marla L. Bradford (8) Ms. Pearlie Brady (1) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brantley (1) Mr. David R. Breuhan (1) Ms. Joan Brewer (1) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brideau (3) Mr. and Mrs. James Brigulio (1) Ms. Valarres Bristol (1) Mr. Kenneth H. Brooks (1) Ms. Yvonne Browder (9) Ms. Betty Brown (1) Mr. David Brown (1) Mr. Edgar M. Brown (7) Ms. Hollyann M. Brown (1) Jamie and Melanie Brown (6) Ms. Karen Brown (1) Ms. Mary Brown (3) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown (1) Ms. Virginia M. Brown (4) Mrs. Graziella Bruner (3) Brush Park Birthday Committee (1) Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryans (1)

Ms. Danielle M. Buford (1) Mr. Desmond Buford (1) Ms. Jenifer W. Bushman (10) Mrs. Jane E. Butcher (1) Mr. Eric Butts (1) Ms. Clenora Byes (2) Ms. Percy Mae Byrd (1) Ms. Yulonda Byrd (1) Ms. Margaret Cain (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Caldwell, III (2) Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Call (1) Ms. Gracine E. Callahan (3) Rick & Melinda Callahan (13) Ms. Kathe Cameron (1) Ms. Helen Campbell (3) Ms. Beverlee Caperton (2) Mr. Melvin Cargill (1) Rev. Phoenix Carlton (1) Mrs. Cheryl Carney (11) Mr. Michael Carney (1) Ms. Ashley P. Carr (2) Mr. Bruce C. Carrick (1) Mr. Alexander Carroll (1) Mrs. Peggy Carroll (1) Mr. and Mrs. Steven Carter (1) Mr. Tyrone Carter (1) Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cartwright (2) Ms. Evelyn T. Carver (1) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cassidy (7) Ms. Mary Cataldo (1) Mrs. Constance Charles (5) Ms. Ursal Charleston (1) Ms. Margaret Cheeks (5) Ms. Tianshu Chu Chen (10) Mr. Thomas Choske (1) Ms. Carolyn Christopher (1) The Honorable and Mrs. James P. Churchill (9) Ms. Beverly A. Clanton Collins (1) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Clark (3) Ms. Victoria W. Clark (2) Classic Home Health Services, Inc. (1) Ms. Lynn Claybrook (1) Ms. Kelly Cleaver (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Clement (1) Ms. Dolores Cluley-Lockwood (1) Ms. Kara E. Cockfield (1)

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Coe (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins (15) Mr. and Mrs. August B. Cogliandro (1) Ms. Julia Colbert (1) Ms. Karen J. Coleman (1) Ms. Maggie Coleman (1) Ms. Eloise J. Collier (1) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins (4) Mr. and Mrs. A.Read Cone, III (13) Ms. Josephine Cone (2) Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Conlen (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jack Conner (1) Rev. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cook (1) Ms. Anne H. Cooley (1) Ms. Stephanie A. Cooper (9) Ms. Carolyn Smith Corbin (1) Mrs. Loretta Cortis (2) Mr. and Mrs. Ernie J. Corwin (1) Ms. Barbara Cosner (1) Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer (1) The Cottage Company of Harbor Springs, LLC (1) Ms. Esther Cotter (1) Ms. Willie Mae Cotton (1) Ms. Tobi Couture (1) Ms. Loretta J. Covill (1) Mr. Jack J. Crabtree (1) Ms. Paige A. Crim (1) Mr. Ronald P. Crofoot (1) Ms. Clara Crowell (5) Ms. Kimberley A. Cummings (1) Ms. Joan Cunningham (1) Ms. Kamili Currie (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cuthbertson (1) Daly Merritt Insurance (1) Mr. Leigh Daniels (2) Ms. Cheryl Darner (1) Mr. and Mrs. John David (1) Ms. Eunice Davis (2) Ms. Johnnie M. Davis (1) Ms. Katherine Davis (4) Ms. Maxine A. Davis (1) Mr. Robert Davis (4) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Davis (1) Ms. Rosie Davis (3) Ms. Wilma Davis (1) Mr. and Mrs. Keegan Deboer (1) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


2016 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS RESIDENTS, BOARD MEMBERS, STAFF AND COMMUNITY MEMBER REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE LEAR CORPORATION, OAK POINTE CHURCH AND THE CODY ROUGE COMMUNITY ACTION ALLIANCE, AT THE RIBBON CUTTING FOR THE VILLAGE OF ST. MARTHA’S BRAND NEW OUTDOOR AREA! MANY THANKS TO THE LEAR CORPORATION EMPLOYEES FOR BOTH FUNDING AND BUILDING TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE!

Stephen & Janice Deering (1) Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeKarsky (3) Mr. Leon Demerath (1) Mrs. Dorothy C. Dennis (4) Ms. Kathy M. Dennis (1) Denson’s Maintenance (1) Ms. Marsha Desaussure (3) Ms. Kenda Deschermeier (1) Ms. Pandora L. Devries (1) Ms. Mary DiPace (1) Ms. Jacqueline J. Dixon (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Dixon (2) Ms. Deborah C. Dixson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Amos G. Dodson (1) Mr. Peter J. Domas (1) Ms. Natalie Douglas (2) Ms. Elaine Dowling (1) Mr. Don DuBuc (1) Mr. Ronnie Dunlap (1) Ms. Mary J. Dunn (1) Mrs. Meagan Dunn (2) Mr. Doug Durfee (1) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dye (8) Eagle Security Fire & Life Safety, Inc. (1) Mr. Earnest Early (1) Ms. Joann Eckerd (1) Ms. Mary Edwards (4) Ms. Mary M. Edwards (5) Ms. Suzanne M. Edwards (2) Mr. and Mrs. Norm Ehlers (1) Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. (2) Ms. O. Marie Eldred (1) Ms. Georgia H. Ellis (1) Ms. Carolyn Eschenburg (1) Encouraging Youth Excellence LLC (1) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Erle (7) Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ervin (3) ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Mrs. Catherine Esannason (1) Ms. Debra A. Esters (1) Mr. Matthew Evans (1) Ms. Wanda Evans (1) Mrs. Reasther Everett (1) Ms. Ida Fantauzzi (7) Mr. Michael S. Fedewa (1) Ms. Annette Fedus (1) Ms. Joan B. Fedus (1) Ms. Andrea Felice (11) Mrs. Gwendolyn Felton (1) Ms. Joann L. Ferguson (1) Ms. Judy Ferguson (1) Dr. Jan Ferris (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Filzek (1) Ms. Alice Finley (4)* Ms. Javena Finley (1) Ms. Erma Finney (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Fisher 12) Ms. Jane Fisher (1) Ms. Donna Fisk (1) Ms. Betty Fitzhenry (6) Ms. Drucilla Fladger (2) Jim and Rocky Flake (1) Ms. Ruth Foglesong (1) Ms. Georgina Fontana (3) Ms. Karen A. Ford (1) Mrs. Patrice Ford (1) Ms. Ovetta Forge (6) Ms. Patricia M. Forster (1) Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fosdick (2) Mrs. Jimmie L. Foster (1) Ms. Lenora Foster (1) Ms. Mary E. Foster (1) Ms. Doris M. Foy (2) Ms. Khalea Foy (2) Mr. Charley France (1)

Ms. Ruth Freebury (13) Ms. Ernestine Freeman (1) Rev. Sandra E. Freeman (2) Ms. Jean Frentz (1) Mrs. Elizabeth M. Frey (3) Ms. Sandra Frith (1) Mrs. Colleen K. Froats (2) Mr. Philip McComish & Dr. Judith Fry McComish (10) Ms. Victoria Fuger (1) Ms. Linda Fuller (1) Ms. Paula L. Funk (1) Mr. Dontez Furman (1) Futura Custom Kitchens, Inc. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Gale (1) Mr. Thomas J. Gallo (5) Mr. Paul J. Gambka (10) Ms. Tierra Gamble (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gamm (1) Ms. Saymatha Gaston (4) Mr. Frederick Gates and Rev. Sharlyn Gates (3) Mr. Robert D. Gawne (2) Sister Helen Therese Gazarek (11) Mr. Lloyd G. Geering (7) Ms. Eleanore S. Gelbach (5)* Ms. Marisa L. Geldhof (4) Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik (16) Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gibson (5) Ms. Cheryl Gibson-Moore (2) Ms. Meredith Gifford (1) Ms. Amy J. Gillard (1) Mr. Gregory Gillham (1) Ms. Sharon Gire (1) Mrs. Judy Givens (1) Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Glasser (9) Ms. Everlena Glenn (1) Ms. Barbara L. Glines (12)

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RESIDENTS RULE THE GALA! THE TRAWICKS AND 18 OTHER RESIDENT AMBASSADORS REPRESENTED PVM VILLAGES AT THE GALA! Mr. Michael F. Golab (1) Mr. & Mrs. Stanley M. Goldsberry (1) Mr. & Mrs. David S. Goldstein Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko (11)* Mrs. Frances Gonzales (1) Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Goodwin, Jr. (3) Ms. Kally Goodwin (1) Ms. Kristin Gootjes (1) Ms. Nancy A. Graham (1) Ms. Julie L. Granthen (7) Mrs. Ann M. Grausam (1) Ms. Shelley Graves (1) Ms. Bridget K. Green (1) Ms. Heather L. Green (11) Ms. Hettie L. Green (1) Mr. and Mrs. James A. Green (2) Ms. Marjorie Green (1) Mrs. Patricia E. Greenwood (7) Mr. Dan Greer (1) Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Gregory (3)* Mrs. Toni D. Greig (12) Ms. Ona Greve (6) Ms. Carole M. Griffin (1) Ms. Elizabeth Griffin (9) Mr. Michael Griffin (1) Mrs. Dora Griffith (3) Ms. Debra B. Griswold (1) Ms. Jessica Gross (3) Ms. Sylvia E. Guillemette (2) Mr. Cornel Gulatt (2) Ms. Fidelis Guoan (3) Ms. Edith M. Gutowski (10) Ms. Stella Hagenburger (2) Ms. Paula Hager (6) Ms. Sueanne Hall (1) Ms. Cheryl Hamilton (1) Ms. Reisa A. Hamilton (4) Ms. Ruby Hamilton (1) Mr. Gentry Hammons (1) Hampton Meadows Lunch Bunch (1) Col. and Mrs. Barry L. Hanchett (USMC-Ret.) (1) Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett (9) Ms. Marjorie Hansen (1) Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hansen (11) Ms. Joyce Harbison (1) Harbor Springs Bay View Reading Club (2)

Ms. Georgia A. Hardin (4) Ms. Darlene L. Haremza (1) Ms. Alice Harris (1) Yulanda Harris, Ed.D. (4) Ms. Bernadette Harrison (1) Mrs. Jennifer Harrison (1) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Hartley (3) Mr. and Mrs. Owen Harvey (1) Ms. Rhonda Harvey (11) Mr. Muhsin Hasan (2) Ms. Lydia Hasberry (1) Mr. James W. Hatcher (2) Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes (12) Mrs. Mary A. Hawkins (3) Mr. Herbert Hay (1) Ms. Shirley Hayes (1) Mrs. Cannis V. Haynes (1) Healthcare Cosmetology Services, Inc. (1) Ms. Elaine Hearns (15) Mrs. Jennifer L. Heim (4) Ms. Katherine Heinrich (5) Mr. Daniel Heintz (1) Mr. Jeff Heintz (2) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Heintz (1) Ms. Margaret Heintz (1) Mr. John Heiss (1) Ms. Marilyn Heldt (5) Rev. David Henderson (1) Mr. and Mrs. W. Rollin Henderson (1) Ms. Lisa Henderson Irwin (3) Ms. Kathy Henderson (1) Ms. Naomi Henderson (1) Ms. Ruthenia Henderson (16) Ms. Deanna Hendricks (3) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Peter J.M. Henry (6) Mr. Bernard Herbert (1) Dr. Anita M. Herman, Ed.D. (3) Ms. Nancy Herman (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Hibbard (5) Ms. Ernestine Hicks (1) Ms. Gloria Hicks Long (6) Ms. Rickeshia Hicks (1) Ms. Betty Hildebrandt (1) Mrs. Jean E. Hilderley (1) Mrs. Dolores Hill (4) Ms. Deborah S. Hillebrand (3)

Ms. Gretchen R. Hirsch (3) Mrs. Marjorie Hirt (3) Mr. Jim Hoddy (1) Mrs. Vera L. Hofbauer (11) Ms. Susan L. Hoffman (1) Hollywood Super Markets (1) Kip & Betty Holman Family (1) Mr. Willard Holt (1) Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Honeycheck (3) Mr. Michael F. Hooton (3) Mr. Thom Hosinski (8) Ms. Jill Hotchkiss (1) Mr. and Mrs. James Hothem (2) Ms. Crystal Howard (1) Rev. William Wyne & Mrs. Josie Howard-Wyne (1) Mrs. Carolyn Hubbard (1) Rev. and Mrs. David Huber (9) Ms. Polly Hudson (3) Mr. Jeffrey Huegli (1) Ms. Constance E. Hunter (3) Mr. John W. Hushen (7) Ms. Motoko F. Huthwaite (2) Ms. Patricia Iannucci-Waller (1) IFF (1) In Him Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. (1) Infinity Advisory Group-Wealth Advisory Team (1) Ms. Janice Ingraham (3) International Appraisal & Investment (1) Ms. Margaret Irving (1) Mr. Kevin G. Irwin, II (3) Mr. Robert R. Israels (4) J & M Construction Co., Inc. (1) J & M Klean Konstruction (1) Mrs. Charity Jackson (3) Ms. Dawn M. Jackson (1) Ms. Dolores Jackson (2) Mr. Gerald Jackson (1) Ms. Sharon L. Jackson (1) Mrs. Cheryl A. Jacobs (21) Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jacques (1) Mrs. Catheryn James (1) Ms. Linda Janetski (3) Dr. Dorothy S. Jenkins (2) Ms. Mary L. Jennings (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Jevahirian (1) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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Ms. Henretta Jewell (1) Ms. Jo Ann Jewell (2) Joe’s Car Wash (4) Mrs. Betty J. Johnson (1) Mr. Edwin A. Johnson, Jr. (4) Ms. Fannie Johnson (1) Ms. Harriett Johnson (1) Ms. Henrietta Johnson (2) Mr. Robert Johnson (1) Ms. Vernice Johnson (3) Ms. Hazel Johnson-Anderson (1) Ms. Brenda Johnston (2) Ms. Elaine C. Johnston (1) Rev. Kate and Mr. Kirk Johnston (2) Ms. Annette Jones (1) Ms. Bernice Jones (1) Ms. Celie Jones (1) Mr. Charles M. Jones, Jr. (2) Ms. Mary F. Jones (1) Ms. Rita Jones (1) Ms. Vivian Jones (2) Ms. Deloris M. Jordan (4) Ms. Judy V. Jordan (7) Ms. Eleanore Jozwiak (2) Mr. and Mrs. James Juners (1) Mr. Cliff Kalish (1) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kalka (8) Ms. Stacey L. Kallenbach (1) Mr. Roderick W. Kallgren (13) Ms. Brenda Kalush (1) Ms. Holly Kaszuba (5) Mrs. Angela Kelly (1) Mrs. Pauline Kenner (11) Ms. Brenda Kerr (2) Ms. Lois A. Kerr (13) Ms. Linda Kersey (2) Mr. and Mrs. Ron Keup (3) Ms. Emmarine Kidd (1) Ms. Geraldine L. Kidd (6) Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough (10) Drs. Robert and Donna King (6) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King (1) Mr. Kenneth Bissey and Ms. Joyce King (10) Ms. Carol A. Kirkland (1) Mr. Charles Kirksey (1) Mr. Chuck Kisandi (2) ANNUAL REPORT 2016

KK’s LLC (2) Mrs. Edith Klemm (1) Ms. Stacey L. Klooster (6) Ms. Lucy Knowles (2) Mr. Benjamin Kohns (1) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Kole (1) Ms. Pearl L. Koning (5) Mr. Don Kopka (1) Ms. Brenda J. Korthauer (1) Mr. Walter V. Krawczyk (1) Ms. Barbara A. Kromm (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Kronner (1) Dr. Vernon Kuehn (13) Mr. Michael J. Kurcz (1) Ms. Sherrie Lacey (1) Mrs. Patricia LaCount (3) Ms. Denise M. Lamar (14) Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Langlois (1) Mrs. Dorothy Latcha (5) Ms. Therese Lawless (1) Ms. Regina Lawson (2) Mrs. Stephanie Le (1) Leaton United Methodist Church (1) Mrs. Annie Legrand (4) Mrs. Joan F. Lehoczky (7) Mrs. Loretta Leithauser (1) Mrs. Irene K. Lennie (1) Mr. John P. Lents (1) Ms. Elise Levasseur (1) Ms. Barbara E. Lewis (1) Ms. Bernice Lewis (1) Ms. Bertha Lewis (1) Mrs. Clara Lewis (1) Mr. and Mrs. Duane M. Lewis (3) Ms. Kimberly Lewis (1) Mrs. Ruth M. Lewis (1) Mr. Mark Lezotte and Ms. Patricia Little (12)* Ms. Lucy Ligon (1) Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church (3) Ms. Brenda Lindsey (1) Ms. Mary B. Ling (1) Ms. Carol Lipski (1) Dr. Mary E. Lloyd (6) Ms. Dorothy Loessel (2) Mr. Bradley J. Lone (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Long (1)

Mr. Richard S. Lord and Ms. Sue A. Jeffers (1) Mrs. Annie Love (1) Mr. Jason Lovelly (5) Ms. Donna Lowe (1) Mrs. Lesley Luft (3) Ms. Rose Luptowski (2) Mr. Michael J. Lusardi (1) Ms. Kathleen G. MacInnis (1) Mrs. Diane K. MacKenzie (3) Mr. Chris Maeso (1) Ms. Ann Main (1) Ms. Melissa A. Malane (14) Mr. Nick Malendowski (1) Mrs. Denise Malley (1) Ms. Janet M. Mancinelli (1) Mr. Del Diego Manning (10) Mrs. Lois Manville (6)* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manz (3) Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Markus (2) Ms. Annie Marshall (1) Ms. Betty Martin (2) Ms. Joyce Martin (1) Ms. Linnil Martin (1) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin (14) Ms. Kelly Martorano (1) Ms. Lisa Mason (2) Ms. Gail Massey (1) Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Massingille (5) Ms. Demaris A. Mastenbrook (1) Mr. and Mrs. James A. Masterson (2) Lorraine D. Matson Foundation (16) Ms. Charlotte Matthews (1) Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mayer (10) Mr. and Mrs. George Mayes (1) Ms. Maureen Mayne (8) Ms. Janet H. Mazzara (6) Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Mbidzo (3) Ms. Joy A. McBride (1) Mr. and Mrs. James McCandless (3) Ms. Connie McCann (5) Ms. Kimberly McCartha (1) Ms. Catherine McCauley (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark McConnell (2) Ms. Minnie McCree (2) The McCrimmon Family (2) Mr. Joseph H. McDonald (3)

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Ms. Kellie M. McFarlin (1) Ms. Jean McGuirk (1) Ms. Betty McIlwain (2) Mrs. Natalie R. McIntyre (2) Ms. Christine McKinley (2) Mr. James McLennan (1) Ms. Cathy A. McLeod (1) Mr. Patrick W. McLogan (9) Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. McSwain (17)* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meads (1) Mrs. Jody Meagher (2) Medstop Pharmacy LLC (1) Ms. Shelly Megdanoff (1) Dr. Claudia Menton (9) Mr. Tommie Merideth (1) Ms. Dorothy M. Merriman (1) Mrs. Frances Metcalf (2) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Meuchel (2) Ms. Catherine A. Meyer (1) Mr. and Mrs. Al Mickelson (1) Mr. Donell Miles (4) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miles (2) Mr. Joe Militello (1) Mr. Adrian Miller (1) Ms. Lois H. Miller (12) Mrs. Marilyn Miller (1) Ms. Regina R. Miller (1) Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Miramonti (2) Dr. Cynthia Mitchell-Lee and Mr. Granville W. Lee (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mogg (2) Ms. Betty Moore (2) Ms. Delilah Moore (1) Eric and Connie Moore (5) Ms. India Moore (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moran, Jr. (4) Ms. Amy R. Morgan (1) Ms. Betty Ann Morgan (3) Miss Elizabeth Morgan (1) Mr. David Morton (1) Mr. Matthew Moss (7) Rob and Vee Mossburg (5) Mr. Willie Moultrie (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Muench (8) Ms. Emelda Mullins (4) Mrs. Kathleen Mumford (4) Ms. Mariah Mumford (1)

Ms. Brenda Murphy (3)* Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Murphy (3) Mr. Kenneth Murphy (1) Ms. Nancy C. Murphy (1) Ms. Joan M. Nagrant (4) National Affordable Housing Trust (1) Mr. Allan T. Napieralski (1) Ms. Sharon R. Narvarro (1) Mr. and Mrs. Karl Neff (1) Ms. Frances H. Ness (6) Dr. and Mrs. Dale Nester (8) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. Nethercut (7) Mrs. Sharon Neveau (1) Mr. John Nichols (3) Pastors Henry and Renee Nicholson (1) Mrs. Maryanne Noble (2) Ms. Margaret Noggle (1) Ms. Julie M. Norcross (1) Obie & Friday Oberliesen (1) The Honorable Colleen O’Brien (1) Ms. Dolores Ochoa (3) Ms. Idella Odom (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Odom (1) Mr. Wayne Oehmke (1) Ms. Cameron O’Keefe (1) Mrs. Janet M. Oldham (2) Mr. Mitchell G. Oliver (2) Rev. Charles Olsen (9) David and Jackie Ong (1) Mr. and Mrs. Karl M. Opheim (1) Ms. Emma E. Orczykowski (2) Mr. Charles Otis (3) Mr. Freddie Overton (1) Ms. Linda Owens (3) P.R.P. Wine International, Inc. (1) Ms. Frances Packer (3) Ms. Daviene Palmer (1) Ms. Brenda Pams (1) Ms. Marion M. Pantera (1) Ms. Emeline Parada (1) Mr. Bunia Parker (5) Mrs. Diana D. Parker (15) Ms. Joyce Parlor (2) Mr. and Mrs. Levi Parr (2) Ms. Josie Patrick (2) Mr. and Mrs. David K. Patton (9) Mr. Jason L. Paulateer (1)

Ms. Sarah Pauling (1) Ms. Jennifer M. Pauly (9) Mrs. Rosetta Peace (2) Ms. Ernestine Peete (1) Ms. Gloria J. Pender (2) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Perreman (1) Ms. Charnai R. Perry (4) Ms. Geraldine Perry (4) Ms. Tam Perry (2) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Petee (1) Ms. Kathy Petersen (1) Mr. and Mrs. John Petro (2) Mrs. Lisa Petty (1) Ms. Helen Phillips (1) Ms. Mary H. Phillips (1) Ms. Quoshountea Phillips (1) Ms. Judy L. Piccininni (2) Mr. and Mrs. Rick Pieratt (1) Mr. Michael Pierce (1) Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike (8)* Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pilat (2) Ms. Jennifer M. Polio (1) Ms. Esther Polmanteer (5) Ms. Suzanne Popp (1) Ms. Sandy Praught (3) Premier Eyecare (1) Presbyterian Women of Trinity (1) Ms. Jennifer Presley (1) Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Price (1) Ms. Jeanne Prokes (4) Mr. and Mrs. James Prokes (14)* Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Proos (2) Ms. Bernadine Pruitt (1) Ms. Frances Pudvan (2) Ms. Janet Pung (7) Ms. Phyllis Quandt (1) Mrs. Gail P. Quann (8) Ms. Marie D. Quint (14) Ms. DiAnna Rabb (1) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rachwitz (3) Ms. Verdie Raestaw (1) Ram’s Horn Restaurant (1) Ms. Sandra Ramsey (1) Ms. Gertie Rankin (1) Mrs. Peggye Rankin (1) Chaplain Melinda M. Raulston (1) Ms. Nancy G. Rea (1) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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Ms. Josephine R. Redd (3) Ms. Tanisha Reed-Hobbs (6) Regal Floor Covering, Inc. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reinholz (1) Ms. Sandra Remus (1) Ms. Patricia Ann Rencher (2) Mr. Edward P. Revis (2) Ms. Sue Rhayne (1) Mrs. Romayne Rhodes (2) Gary and Linda Pauly (9) Ms. Barbara J. Richards (1) Ms. Katie Richardson (1) Mrs. Sarah Richardson (1) Ms. Thelma Richardson (6) Ms. Julia Richardson-Pate (1) Ms. Irene J. Richey (2) Ms. Betty Ridley (3) Ms. Melissa Riesterer (4) Ms. Cassie M. Roberts (10) Mr. Joseph Roberts (1) Ms. Margaret Roberts (3) Ms. Danyale A. Robertson (1) Ms. Gwendolyn Robertson (1) Ms. Gloria E. Robinson (8) Mr. Isaac Robinson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Roche (2) Mr. Steven Rockwell (1) Ms. Jacqueline H. Roda (3) Constance M. Rodriguez (11) Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers (1) Miss Relelie Rogers (1) Ms. Elizabeth Rogerson (3) Ms. Johnnie B. Roquemore (1) Rosebush United Methodist Women (1) Roseville Glass Co., LLC (1) Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Ross (21) Miss Sallie Ross (1) Mr. Anthony Rucker (1) Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Runyan (28) Mr. and Mrs. James Rupersburg (3) Mr. Brandon Russell (1) Rev. and Mrs. James P. Russell (14) Mr. and Mrs. John A. Russell (1) Ms. Mary E. Saffian (4) Ms. Rose M. Saffold (6) Ms. Lynette M. Sanday (1) Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sandy (3) ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Mrs. Anna Sape (2) Ms. Constance Sarkozi (5) Ms. Peggy Sattler (1) Mrs. Diana Saunders (1) Ms. Thelma Saunders (2) Ms. Thelma J. Savage (1) Ms. Patience Sawyers (1) Mr. Troy Scarbrough (1) Mr. Andrew G. Schaefer (2) Ms. Rachel Schafer (1) Ms. Morag Schang (10) Mr. and Mrs. Terry Schehr (1)

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ONLY of money given in the State of Michigan is given to health care for seniors.** THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATION.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid (14) Ms. Kathleen S. Schroeder (1) Ms. Alberta Schuler (1) Mrs. Janice M. Schulte (10)* Ms. Doris Schwaderer (4) Ms. Bonnie Scott (1) Ms. Geraldlyn Scott (2) Ms. Gwendolyn Scott (1) Mr. William Scott (2) Mr. Ivory Sea (1) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Sepelak (1) Mr. and Mrs. Arden W. Shafer, Jr. (1) Mrs. Janice B. Shaw (8) Mrs. Allyn Shepard (2) Ms. Joy Shepherd (1) Ms. Karla A. Sherman (1) Ms. Regina Sherman (3) Ms. Addie Shipp (1)

Ms. Laura E. Shirilla (1) Ms. Martha L. Shuman (1) Ms. Frances L. Simmons (3) Mr. David Simpson (1) Ms. DeDe Simpson (1) Mr. Cornelius M. Sims (1) Mr. and Mrs. William Sisco (6) Mr. and Mrs. William Slayton (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sloss (2) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce I. Smith (14) Mr. Carl J. Smith (10) Miss Carol G. Smith (1) Ms. Carol J. Smith (2) Mr. Dale M. Smith (3) Ms. Debbie Smith (5) Ms. Elizabeth J. Smith (1) Ms. Iranette Smith (1) Ms. Marilynn Smith (1) Ms. Mattie E. Smith (4) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smogor (6) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder (2) Mr. and Mrs. David Sonnenberg (9) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Spaller (12) Mr. Ronald L. Spears and Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears (6)* Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Spence (1) Ms. Madonna Spence (4) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout (9) Ms. Sally Spohn (1) Mr. Walter H. Sprader (1) St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (11) Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stagliano (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stagliano (1) Mrs. Donna Stagliano-Swetsky (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Stahl (1) Mrs. Catherine Stanley (1) Mrs. Charlene Steele (1) Ms. Michelle L. Steffen (15) Ms. Patricia L. Steffes (1) Ms. Jacqueline K. Stefko (2) Ms. Carrie Stephens (1) Ms. Doris Stephens (1) Ms. Marian C. Stephens (5) Ms. Rachelle A. Stephenson (2) Ms. Cynthia A. Sterling (2) Ms. Earnestine Sterling (1) Ms. Melissa Stevens (1)

*Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment. **Michigan Health Philanthropy Scan: Final Report

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Ms. Catherine Stewart (2) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart (1) Ms. Donna Stine (1) Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stokes (12) Mr. Robert Strawter (1) Ms. Jordan R. Stroyan (1) Ms. Dell Stubblefield (1) Ms. Michele Sturt (1) Ms. Kiara Sullivan (1) Mr. Richard S. Sullivan, Jr. (1) Ms. Karen M. Sumpter (1) Sunshine Vending (1) Superior Excavating, Inc. (1) Ms. Betty Sutton (1) Ms. Sally Swayne (1) Ms. Carol Sweeney (1) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Szabelski (2) Ms. Beverly Tarien (2) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Taylor (13) Mrs. Barbara Taylor (5) Ms. Geraldine M. Taylor (2) Ms. Shige Taylor (6) Mr. Timothy L. Taylor (1) Technical Hot & Cold (3) Mr. and Mrs. William Ten Eyck (6) Ms. Harriet B. Terlecki (12) Mr. Tim Thaller (1) Ms. Carmen Thomas (6) Ms. Darlene A. Thomas (1) Ms. Louise Thomas (1) Ms. Margaret Thomas (1) Ms. Patricia A. Thomas (1)

LOUISE RUSH, RESIDENT AT THE VILLAGE OF OUR SAVIOUR’S MANOR, MADE A SPECIAL APPEARANCE IN THE GALA VIDEO, AS WELL AS DURING THE PROGRAM.

Ms. Diana K. Thomason (1) Ms. Cheyney Thompson (1) Mrs. Georgia M. Thompson (5) Ms. Jennifer Thompson (2) Ms. Priscilla Thompson (5) Ms. Barbara Thornton (1) Ms. Marie Thornton (1) Mrs. Erica Thrash-Sall (1) Ms. Edith Tinsley (1) Mr. E. Kern Tomlin (15) Tops MI 1788 Pontiac (2) Ms. Dakota M. Torina (1) Ms. Dora Toth (1) Ms. Elaine Tower-Taylor (1) Mr. and Mrs. Hyren Trawick (1) Mrs. Mandy Treasvant (1) Ms. Paula Trilety (1) Mr. Harold S. Tsuchiya (5) Mrs. Leslye Tucker (2) Ms. Carrie Turner (1) Mr. Lindsay Tyler (1) Ms. Mitzi Uebel (1) Mr. Mfon Uko (1) Up North Travel LLC (1) Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz (4) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Vallee (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry VanDenBerg (4) Mr. and Mrs. Troy VandenBosch (1) Mr. & Mrs. Joel VanderLinde (1) Mr. John VanRosenberg (1) Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Veit (1) Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. VerBurg (1) Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vermiglio (1) The Village of Brush Park Manor Resident Association (1) The Village of Oakland Woods Resident Council (3) Mr. Douglas R. Vincent and Ms. Janet Lemieux (14) Mrs. Virginia Visner (4) Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel (1) Ms. Elizabeth Volstromer (9) Mrs. Kathy D. Vosburg (1) Ms. Jacqueline L. Voyles (4) Ms. Gwendolyn L. Walker (1) Mr. John S. Walker (4) Mrs. June Walker (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walker (8) Mrs. Darlene Wallace (2)

Ms. Bobbie A. Walls (1) Ms. Carol L. Wallwork (8) Mr. Olaf Walter (1) Ms. Amanda L. Ward (1) Ms. Burnice Ward (2) Ms. Jill Warner (1) Mrs. Hattie Warren (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Warren (7) Mr. Samuel Warren (2) Mr. James Washington (1) Ms. Mary Washington (2) Ms. Shirley Washington (1) Ms. Yvonne Washington (1) Mrs. Sophie Wasik (2) Ms. Johnnie Mae Watkins (3) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson (2)* Ms. Sharon K. Weaver (1) Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Webb (5) Ms. Linda Webb (3) Mrs. Doris Webster (1) Stacey and Bruce Welford (6) Ms. Betty Wellman (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh (5) Ms. Ann Werner (6) Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wetherby (2) Ms. Carol White (1) Ms. Clacie L. White (1) Mrs. Vivian J. White (2) Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitford (3) Ms. Valeria D. Wiggins (2) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wilcox (11)* Ms. Margaret Wilcox (1) Ms. D. Wiley (1) Mrs. Judith Wilinski (1) Mrs. June William (1) Ms. Barbara A. Williams (2) Ms. Carolyn M. Williams (1) Mr. Cedric Williams (1) Mrs. Delores F. Williams (4) Ms. Frances M. Williams (3) Ms. Lilly F. Williams (1) Mr. Lawrence Willingham and Miss Jackie Wilkes (1) Mrs. Estelle Willis (1) Mr. Robert Willis (1) Ms. Cynthia Wilson (1) Ms. Milly Wilson (4) Ms. Onalee R. Wilson (1) Mrs. Sue F. Wimbush (2) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


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CHEERS FOR VOLUNTEERS! MICHIGAN COMPLETE HEALTH (FIDELIS) HELPED AT THE VILLAGE VICTORY CUP. Ms. Julie M. Winegard (1) Ms. Jennifer L. Winnell (1) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winslow (1) Mr. Stanley Wojcik (1) Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. Wollard (1) Mrs. Doris Wood (8) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Wood (1) Mrs. Miriam Woodcock (1) Ms. Doris Woodman (2) Miss Alice C. Woods (1) Ms. Joanna L. Woods (2) Ms. Mary Woods (1) Mr. and Mrs. William Wreford (3) Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Wujcik (13) Ms. Deborah B. Zahnow (1) Rev. William R. Zambon (2) Mr. Ted Zaroff (1) Ms. Kathy Zelenock (1) Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. Upsilon Psi Zeta Chapter (1) Ms. Karen Ziginow (11) Mr. & Mrs. David R. Zimmer (4) Mr. L. Paul Zinn (3)

In-Kind Gift Donors Academy Utility Consultants African Safari Wildlife Park The Honorable James & Lynn Alexander Bagger Dave’s Mr. Peter Balanda Mr. & Mrs. Charles Batcheller Ms. Deborah L. Beard Black Lotus Brewing Company Ms. Jennifer Bouchard Mrs. Marla L. Bradford Ms. Carol A. Brooks Mrs. Ellen Byrne C & G Electric Ms. Gracine E. Callahan CareSync Solutions Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carter Chateau Chantal Ms. Cheryl Chirco Comcast Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cowper Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon Mr. & Mrs. Keegan Deboer Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix ANNUAL REPORT 2016

Detroit Chemical & Paper Supply Company Detroit Tigers, Inc. Digital First Media Ms. Jacqueline J. Dixon Dixon Inc. Masonry Construction Mr. Elmer Dixon East Jefferson 7-11 Ms. Gena Edwards Fathead Ms. Dorothy Flosky Mr. & Mrs. Roger Fosdick Frank Rewold & Son, Inc. Mr. H. William Freeman Ms. Audra D. Frye Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik Mr. Gregory Gillham Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham The Grand Hotel Ms. Julie L. Granthen Mrs. Misty Gregory Grigg Graphic Services Mrs. Gail Gruenwald Ms. Paula Hager Ms. Carolyn J. Hastings Healthcare Cosmetology Services, Inc. Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills Dr. LaDonna A. Holley Mr. & Mrs. Lee Holt Ms. Judy Honor Hotel St. Regis Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hothem Estate of Loretta Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Hurst Inn on Ferry Street Interstate Restoration, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Jones Kelley’s Draperies and Blinds Ms. Dona Kvocka Lear Corporation Ms. Bernice Lewis Estate of Phyllis Litaker Louis Chop House Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard Estate of Eleanor MacPherson

Mr. Del Diego Manning Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Massingille Ms. Maureen Mayne Mr. & Mrs. Mac McDougall Medstar Ambulance Service Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Miller MJR Digital Cinemas Ms. Delilah Moore Morrison Community Living Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Ms. Lisa Nagle Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission P.R.P. Wine International, Inc. Mrs. Doris J. Pailen Ms. Jessica Pappas Pitchford Law PC Mr. Marvin Poelke Pro Quality Flooring Quality Inn & Suites Estate of Shirley Richard Romence Gardens, Inc. Scalawags Golf Club Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Scanlan Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Serenity Life Balance Center Shedd Aquarium Mrs. Allyn Shepard Trust Ms. Frances L. Simmons Ms. Debbie Smith Mr. & Mrs. David Sonnenberg Star Chiropractic Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce Ms. Katrina Summersett Sycamore Hills Golf Club Estate of Mary Tame Mrs. Avni Thomas Ms. Carmen Thomas Mr. Maynard L. Timm & Mrs. Noreen A. Markley Total Health Systems Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere Mrs. Kati Truszkowski Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Turman Vermiglio Family The Whitney Zingerman’s Community of Businesses

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STRATEGIC PLAN

2016-2018 Strategic Plan Overview

MISSION Guided by our Christian heritage, we serve seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living.

VISION To positively transform senior living and services and enhance the communities we serve.

CORE PURPOSE Our faith traditions call us to create diverse environments, programs and services where seniors are able to achieve the best possibilities and purposes in life.

Beliefs and Values We believe in and are passionately committed to: • positively transforming senior living and services • delivering ever-improving quality to everyone we serve • meaningful engagement of seniors, staff, volunteers and communities • accountability, including the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity • promoting safe and secure environments • being respectful, inclusive and welcoming • diligent stewardship of resources • effective communication • wellness of mind, body and spirit • advocating and championing numerous aging related causes

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By 2030... • Is market focused and consumer driven. •H  as transformed and grown – while continuing to focus on creating the be st possibilities in life for a diverse¹ group of seniors. The transformation includes:

3 serving a balanced number of individuals and families who choose

3 serving an exponentially larger number of people through

3 continuing to partner and collaborate with others. 3 achieving increased profitability and return on investment from

IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE 2030 ‘PORTRAIT’, DURING THE NEXT THREE YEARS, PVM WILL PURSUE THREE STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS.

3greater intentional state-wide focus across Michigan markets,

Rebalance and strengthen the Village portfolio Increasing the number of market rate living units and programs/ services at a faster rate than the increase in the number of affordable living units and programs/services – through affiliation, acquisition, divestiture and development.

•D  emonstrates that service and technology are integral. The link between the two became increasingly critical to achieving the transformation and growth – and particularly in creating ‘new possibilities for quality living’.

subsidized, affordable and/or market rate accommodations, programs and services options. home and community based services.

strategic initiatives and operations.

along with opportunities for growth having developed in surrounding states.

•H  as strength (financial, people, technology and other resources²) – resulting, in part, from the transformation and growth.

• Is measurably and demonstrably enhancing lives and communities – using research to validate the impact, to educate and to continually evolve.

Accelerate the growth of home and community based services Emphasizing innovation, choice, technology and sustainability. Secure the base Investing in people, technology, research and the promotion of PVM’s image and brand while increasing financial strength. PVM STAKEHOLDERS AT THE AAA1B ANNUAL LUNCHEON. ANNUAL REPORT 2016

1 Diversity includes economic, religious, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, etc. throughout PVM 2 “Other resources” include social capital, relationships/partnership, brand equity and image, etc.

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STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS AND INITIATIVES 2016 – 2018 When setting a new direction and goals for an organization, steps for successful implementation depend on alignment throughout the organization. In 2016, PVM commenced the implementation of the strategic planning process, which resulted in a bold list of achievable goals for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. Strategic Initiatives and Implementation Plans have been developed to outline the steps necessary to advance the Strategic Directions. The Strategic Planning Committee has prioritized the Strategic Initiatives, for the purpose of enabling PVM staff to develop an Implementation Plan that sequences the Strategic Initiatives. This prioritization is reflected in the draft Implementation Plan. Those Strategic Initiatives designated as “Urgent” are labeled as “Level 1”. Those classified as “Necessary” are labeled as “Level 2” and those identified initially as “Helpful” are labeled as “Level 3”. I. Rebalance and strengthen the Village portfolio. (Increasing the number of market rate living units at a faster rate than the increase in the number of affordable living units – through affiliation, acquisition, divestiture and development.)

2.1 Implement the aging in community strategy at PVM Villages. Priority 1

2.2 Initiate the exploration and development of additional in-home service models/ business lines. Priority 2

1.1 Complete the prioritized renewal and expansion of two market-rate communities (Village of East Harbor and Village of Westland). Priority 1 1.2 D  evelop and execute an affiliation strategy. Priority 2

1.3 C  ontinue to invest in the new development and renewal of affordable housing options. Priority 2 1.4 D  evelop product line performance benchmarks. Priority 3

II. Accelerate the growth of home and community based services. (Emphasizing innovation, choice, technology and sustainability.)

2.3 Increase the technology applications utilized in the in-home services provided by or partnered by PVM. Priority 2

3.3 C  ultivate and expand research partnerships with academic institutions. Priority 2

3.4 C  ollaborate with the PVM Foundation as it develops a supportive Strategic Plan. Priority 2

3.5 C  reate a PVM v3.0 technology strategy. Priority 1-2

III. Secure the base. (Investing in people, technology, research and the promotion of PVM’s image and brand while increasing financial strength.)

3.1. D  evelop a long term capital plan that incorporates the initiatives included in the strategic plan. Priority 1 3.2 B  ecome the partner of choice for health systems, payors and ACO’s covering PVM’s market areas. Priority 1

3.6 R  eview branding, identity and public advocacy in light of the strategic plan and the 2030 portrait and produce plans for each based on this review. Priority 2-3

3.7 P  osition PVM as the employer of choice in each of the markets served by the organization. Priority 1-2

3.8 R  eview and potentially revise the governance structure. Priority 3

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN 2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS George B. Millush, Jr., Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First William L. Ball, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Ted L. Payne, Vice Chair for Marketing William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Moore, Assistant Secretary

DIRECTORS William L. Ball Gary Beaulac James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L Hollowell David A. Imesch Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Henry Johnson Duane Lewis

George B. Millush, Jr. Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. Ted Payne W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION 2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer

DIRECTORS Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi Betsy Reid Creedon Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble

David F. Lau Donald A. Lindow Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Donna Snider

Denise Turman John E. Utley Mark Wallace Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS George B. Millush, Jr., Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First William L. Ball, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Johnnie Jackson, Vice Chair for Marketing William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Moore, Assistant Secretary

DIRECTORS William L. Ball Gary Beaulac James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L Hollowell David A. Imesch Johnnie Jackson Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Henry Johnson Duane Lewis

George B. Millush, Jr. Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Brian Carnaghi, Treasurer Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation

DIRECTORS Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi Betsy Reid Creedon Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble

David F. Lau Donald A. Lindow Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Donna Snider

Denise Turman John E. Utley Mark Wallace Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN EXECUTIVE TEAM Lynn Alexander, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian Carnaghi, Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Development (CFO) Jessica Gross, Administrator, The Village of Rosebush Manor Mary Catherine Hannah, Executive Director, The Village of Hillside and Perry Farm Village LaDonna Holley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Housing Operations David Miller, Vice President/Executive Director, The Village of East Harbor

Paul Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation Delilah Moore, Senior Executive Assistant, PVM and PVMF Roger Myers, President and CEO Katrina Summersett, Director of Risk Management and Quality and Corporate Compliance Officer Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director, McFarlan Villages Rochelle Upfal, Executive Director, The Park at Trowbridge Michele White, Executive Director, The Village of Westland


PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan Alpena Alpena Village 989.356.3396 Battle Creek The Village of Mill Creek 269.962.0605 Bay City The Village of Hampton Meadows 989.892.1912 Chesterfield The Village of East Harbor 586.725.6030 Clinton Township The Village of Peace Manor 586.790.4500

Detroit Delta Manor 313.259.5140 Hartford Village 248.281.2024 The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 313.259.9000 The Village of Bethany Manor 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley 313.832.9922 The Village of Harmony Manor 313.934.4000 The Village of Oakman Manor 313.957.0210 The Village of St. Martha’s 313.582.8088 The Village of Woodbridge Manor 313.494.9000

Harbor Springs

Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan**

Alpena

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations ** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System Rosebush

Bay City

Fort Gratiot Township

Flint Holly

Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Jackson

Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland

Detroit

Gibraltar

For more information about a Village near you visit www.pvm.org or call 248.281.2020

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St. Clair Shores

Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077 Fort Gratiot Township The Village of Lake Huron Woods 810.385.9516 Gibraltar The Village of Gibraltar Manor 734.676.4802 Harbor Springs The Village of Hillside 231.526.7108 Perry Farm Village 231.526.1500 Holly The Village of Holly Woodlands 248.634.0592 Jackson The Village of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679 The Village of Spring Meadows II 517.788.7502 Kalamazoo The Village of Sage Grove 269.567.3300 Pontiac The Village of Oakland Woods 248.334.4379 Redford The Village of Redford 313.541.6000 Rosebush The Village of Rosebush Manor 989.433.0150 Southfield The Park at Trowbridge 248.356.5060 St. Clair Shores Lakeshore Senior Living 586.218.6228 Warren The Village of Warren Glenn 586.751.5090 Westland The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor 734.595.4663 The Village of Westland 734.728.5222 COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES

PACE Southeast Michigan: Southfield & Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 855.445.4554 CareSync Solutions 248.773.4550 Metro In-Home Solutions 313.297.1342 Community Connections 248.281.2047 Bay Connect 231.526.7108

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