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Recently we all witnessed some celestial magic: the total solar eclipse, several super moons and a meteor crash captured our interest. Simultaneously the stars are aligning for PVM and our future through the following: • Strengthening our facilities and organizational capacity • Entering into new management agreements • Connecting with our surrounding communities in new and different ways •Expansion of new business lines in the form of home and community based services. These are all in alignment with our strategic plan and honors our commitment to serve seniors and the communities in which they live. We also continued our community outreach and have engaged with all ages. Thus, we have enhanced our reputation as an innovator and “the gold standard” of quality Senior Living and services (as declared by an Area Agency on Aging executive).
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DEAR FRIENDS, Thank you for taking the time to review this Annual Report highlighting some of the many accomplishments that you helped to make possible in 2017. Through your passionate engagement PVM made significant progress toward our shared Vision…To positively transform senior living and services and enhance the communities we serve. Positive transformations were recognized in so many ways. The year began with a high profile public celebration of PVM’s selection as Crain’s Detroit Business Best Managed Non-Profit and ended with winning The Detroit News/Priority Health Holiday Cheers for Charity contest. Much more importantly, PVM served the largest number of individuals, across the broadest range of programs, in the most diverse locations, and with the greatest personal and community impacts in its history. Impacts were achieved via collaborative relationships, community-based programs and facilities; that include: COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS
• Lakeshore Senior Living (St. Clair Shores, MI); technical consulting, leasing and management services of a new privately developed market rate senior community. • Vista Grande Villa (Jackson, MI); PVM selected by its Board of Directors to manage this non-profit market rate Life Plan Community beginning February 1, 2018. • Numerous other collaborative relationships focused on advocacy, programs and facilities (some noted below).
• CareSync Solutions LLC (a collaboration with Advantage Senior Living and Homestead Home Healthcare); continued growth with additional services and new locations. • Metro In-Home Solutions LLC (a collaboration with Hartford Development Foundation, Jewish Family Service and Southwest Solutions); expansion of the number of major home renovation projects successfully completed. • PACE Southeast Michigan (a partnership with Henry Ford Health System); continued major growth in
William L. Ball, Chair PVM Board of Directors
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James S. Gompers, Chair PVM Foundation Board of Directors
participants at the three existing Centers (Detroit, Southfield and Warren) , development of a fourth Center in Dearborn and preliminary planning for additional Centers during the next few years. •P ACE Central Michigan (a partnership with the Michigan Masonic Home); continued planning and development, acquisition and renovation of a building in Mt. Pleasant, progress toward securing regulatory approvals. FACILITIES
• Hartford Village (Detroit, MI) completed mixed income development, reached stabilized occupancy and held a memorable grand opening that was attended by HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan. • T he Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses opened at Thome Rivertown Neighborhood (Detroit, MI), dedicated to serving PACE participants. •H illside East opened (Harbor Springs, MI) mixed income development, including the opening of The Friendship Center, an expanded senior center for the surrounding community. •V illage of East Harbor (Chesterfield, MI) tremendous progress on the renovation and new construction of healthcare facilities and common spaces at this market rate Life Plan Community. • University Meadows I (Detroit) planning in partnership with Develop Detroit for a subsidized senior housing preservation redevelopment project near the Wayne State University campus in midtown Detroit. •O ther planning, feasibility and pre-development efforts for existing and new communities.
Building on the above, your continued passionate engagement will greatly assist PVM with further positive transformations and impacts during 2018 and beyond. Please share your commitment to creating new possibilities for quality living with everyone you can and the powerful, heroic, outcomes that you have achieved for so many seniors. With sincere appreciation and gratitude to you,
Roger L. Myers PVM President & CEO
Paul J. Miller, CFRE PVM Foundation President
INDIVIDUAL STARS This Annual Report shines a spotlight on the individuals who are stars aligned with us in our mission. They are the residents, board members and staff who are the touchstones of all that we are and all that we do!
NATALIE BROTHERS – BOARD MEMBER EMERITUS Natalie Brothers, PVM Board member Emeritus, pictured here with fellow Oakman Board member Maynard Timm, has served on the PVM Board and affiliate boards for nearly three decades. She was a major inspiration for building Hartford Village.
“IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO” — Madame Pool, 77 Year Old Ballet Dancer & Instructor MAC MCDOUGALL – MACOMB COUNTY CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR Mac McDougall was recognized as a Volunteer of the Year by Bob Smith, Chairperson of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners because of his service to the residents of the Village of Warren Glenn. Mac is president of the Board of Directors and a volunteer driver – taking residents on weekly shopping trips, monthly Supper Club dates, periodic trips to art museums and nature centers and to First Presbyterian Church of Warren services and activities. He organizes seasonal work sessions, pairing residents with Michigan Collegiate High School students, to plant and rake flower beds. And he dresses up as Santa at our Christmas Party!
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FRAN METCALF – ROSIE THE RIVETER AND NAVY VETERAN PATTY JO BUGH – AUTHOR & PVM RESIDENT Patty Jo is a talented author who is working on her second book. She enjoys her lifestyle as a resident at The Village of Rosebush Manor where she works with student volunteers collaborating on this new book. This is intergenerational engagement at its finest.
Another star in the PVM constellation, Fran served in World War II as an airplane mechanic for the Navy. She was also a Rosie The Riveter and was honored at two events in 2017: Eastern Michigan University hosted the Rosie The Riveter gathering of over 3,500 women which recaptured the Guinness Book of World Records for the most Rosies at an event. Upon meeting her members of Women in Defense invited her to their annual gala and honored her there as well. ran is also an author of a book titled “How To Fight City Hall” and was a caregiver for her parents, in-laws and husband for many years. She too enjoys the atmosphere as a resident at The Village of Oakland Woods.
BRIAN DIMUZIO – DEDICATED STAFF MEMBER Although Brian is one of PVM’s younger and newer staff members in the IT department, he has played a starring role, not simply with PVM stakeholders but also for his country and community. A veteran of the US Army, Brian has been a member of the Presidential Inaugural Honor Guard and this past year joined in rescue efforts for US hurricane victims. Our country is better because of his service.
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STARRING INITIATIVES THE VILLAGE VICTORY CUP, PVM’S UNIQUE WELLNESS COMPETITION Great volunteers & philanthropy make it possible! You see them with whistles, stop watches and time sheets. They’re on the front lines at the games. They serve food, they run water, and they’re all-around good people! These are the volunteers at PVM’s senior wellness competition, the Village Victory Cup. The Village Victory Cup is a unique event bringing together 300 PVM residents in friendly competition. Many of PVM’s amazing volunteers for this and other events joined the team through corporate partnerships and sponsors. A HUGE thank you to the sponsors of the Village Victory Cup: Key Bank, Michigan Complete Health & The Village Club Foundation!
Cheers to the 2017 Village Victory Cup volunteers! Volunteer All-Stars:
A volunteer from Michigan Health Complete keeps time and counts baskets made by a resident during the Village Victory Cup Hoop Shoot!
Aileron Ltd. Braun Construction Group Concerto Health Dickinson Wright PLLC Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Michigan Community VNA Michigan Complete Health
Morrison Community Living Oak Pointe Church Plante Moran Tessellate Toshiba Business Solutions St. John Lutheran School Rochester, National Junior Honor Society
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION Diversity involves the various ways that people differ or are unique from one another, such as attributes, values, roles, and the value of it. Inclusion is a practice of ensuring that people in organizations/communities feel they belong, are engaged, and connect through their work to achieve goals and objectives of the organization/community
community, and other stakeholder population. PVM actively works to foster an inclusive environment that recognizes the contributions and supports the advancement of all. The Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council exists to provide
reflective advice and guidance concerning questions or issues related to diversity and inclusion to administrators, staff, volunteers, vendor partners, residents and families of PVM.
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) intentionally values and builds upon a diverse and inclusive resident, client, employee, board, business partner, volunteer, donor,
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VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR The aligning of the stars continued with positioning our campuses into the future and remaining true to our mission of providing services to the surrounding communities. The Village of East Harbor, our award winning life plan community, has boldly activated its strategic plan for the future. Thanks to donors, a larger, state-of-the-art Health & Wellness Center open to the community will launch in the near future. This new endeavor will include a rehabilitation therapy space three times larger than the existing therapy space as well as a new wellness gym for ongoing wellness programs. A complete remodel of the building with modern amenities will also be a part of this campus in keeping with its tradition and promise of meeting ever-changing individual and community needs. Philanthropy plays a key role in realizing this commitment to our present and future consumers by raising $1.8 million toward the $2.1 million goal —only $300K left to raise!
CREATING A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD WITH THE VILLAGE OF BRUSH PARK The Village of Brush Park has been a steadfast anchor for the surrounding neighborhood and has recently welcomed a renewed vibrancy to the community. Major new development is arriving allowing for shopping, office space, restaurants and a walkable community. Brush Park has been very involved whether it be with the neighborhood association, focus groups for business and community organizations or serving on advisory boards. This successful community exemplifies PVM’s dedication not only to seniors but also to their surrounding communities. With ten locations now in Detroit, PVM has become a leader in the redevelopment of the City.
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“C REATIVITY IS CONTAGIOUS. PASS IT ON...” —Albert Einstein THE WEINBERG GREEN HOUSES® AT THOME RIVERTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD 2017 marked the completion of the Weinberg Green Houses® at Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. The first of its kind in the country, it provides integrated care in a community setting. PACE participants are residents and have total access to services at their fingertips. Many thanks to The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for making this a reality! Green House® residents are living and receiving care in an ideal setting.
The Village of Hillside completed a total renovation and welcomed its residents back to a beautiful living arrangement and better access to community engagement. The renovated Friendship Center is now permanently housed within Hillside and residents do not even need to step outside to enjoy the great atmosphere at the center. Seniors in the surrounding community have found a new and beautiful home for their many activities and programs.
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HARTFORD VILLAGE GRAND OPENING MARKS MILESTONE FOR DETROITâ€™S NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT
Dignitaries assisting with the ribbon cutting included L to R: Ron Goldsberry, Hartford Village Chair; Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan; Gena Edwards, HV administrator; Mrs.Carson; Roger Myers, PVM president & CEO; Pastor Charles Adams; HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson; & George Cushingberry, Detroit City Council president Pro Tem.
From Day One Hartford Village has been heralded as one of Detroitâ€™s most unique and modern senior living communities. Hartford Village combines the elegance of a private gated community with easy access to cultural amenities that only life in the City can bring. A collaboration between Hartford Memorial Baptist Church and PVM, the community drew national attention for its well-attended grand opening. It also garnered tremendous support from community, church and government officials for providing a quality living experience which keeps seniors in Detroit and also brings them back to the City. A vibrant group of Hartford Village volunteers also has helped over the past year to maintain a quality of life for all to enjoy.
MANAGEMENT AGREEMENTS As the stars were aligning for PVM throughout 2017, an important part of this alignment has been additional management agreements. PVM has long been recognized as an innovative organization and has enjoyed a reputation as a premiere housing and services provider. By utilizing this knowledge and experience, PVM has expanded opportunities for the organization as well as for the seniors and communities which we serve. These new management agreements included:
THE PARK AT TROWBRIDGE Management of The Park At Trowbridge by PVM began at the end of 2016 and went full force beginning in 2017. This community has been a part of the Southfield landscape for many years. With 299 apartment homes and services this location is situated nicely and is completing renovations which will showcase as a modern and elegant senior living community in alignment with The City of Southfield and modernization of the entire surrounding landscape. Upcoming renovations for the lobby and dining room at The Park at Trowbridge
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VISTA GRANDE VILLA
The beautiful campus of Vista Grande Villa
Vista Grande Villa (VGV) and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) have announced the signing of a Management Agreement for Vista Grande Villa in Jackson. VGV opened in 1972 and operates as a non-profit, locally sponsored life plan retirement community. It is the only life plan retirement community in the area and has a comprehensive range of accommodations, services, programs and care available, currently serving over 300 residents. VGVâ€™s continuing care/lifecare agreements provide a unique opportunity for consumers in that it guarantees care for a lifetime while remaining on the same campus. VGV also provides short stay skilled nursing and rehabilitation care for individuals recovering from various medical conditions.
LAKESHORE SENIOR LIVING Lakeshore Senior Living broke ground in August 2016 on the grounds of a former church and school. With immediate support of the local pastors and officials, Lakeshore Senior Living was welcomed with open arms by the community. PVM provided development support, design and pre-leasing services and will continue to provide management services. Many events were held throughout the last half of the year. By the end of 2017 this new community was ready for the first residents to move in right after the holidays. Rave reviews were noted for the beautiful design and amenities which residents will be enjoying for many years to come.
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Kitchen and bedroom in one of the model apartments at Lakeshore Senior Living.
STARRING INITIATIVES An integral part of alignment with the PVM Strategic Plan has been the continued expansion of home and community based services. Metro In-Home Solutions remodeled 50 homes over the past two years to allow seniors to remain in their homes. The projected goal for the coming year is 45 additional homes. This has not only helped these senior home owners but has also helped to stabilize the surrounding neighborhoods to prevent vacant homes.
METRO IN-HOME SOLUTIONS Metro In-Home Solutions (MIHS) provides quality and affordable home modifications that enable seniors and persons with disabilities to live safely, independently, and comfortably in their homes. MIHS 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. MIHS 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 on track to retrofit 45 homes in 2018 â€” double the previous capacity.
Metro In-Home Solutions partners with a satisfied customer
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PACE 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 age 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, Dearborn, and Detroit at The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood.
PVM and Michigan Masonic Homes have entered into a joint venture as PACE Central MIchigan which will be based in Mt. Pleasant. Pictured here are PVM CEO Roger Myers and Michigan Masonic Homes CEO Cindy Bosley signing the agreement for their respective organizations.
BAY CONNECT Bay Connect was launched to resolve a major issue in northern Michigan: Due to the large number of individuals living in so many rural locations in the Northwestern region of the lower peninsula, there are a variety of challenges many face on an everyday basis such as minimal access to transportation, unreliable support systems, lack of resources and others. As a result of a grant provided by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, Bay Connect is working to provided individuals in Emmet County with transportation to and from their non-emergency health care appointments and destinations. Along with providing transportation, the goal is to enhance the lives of older individuals by connecting them with community events, social activities and educational programs throughout Emmet County.
Care Sync S O LUTI ON S
Your Total Solutions Provider
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CARESYNC SOLUTIONS Dedicated to serving our seniors and the communities in which they live, PVM partners with others through CareSync Solutions to provide personalized options for care. A full-service home care and personal service Provider, CareSync Solutionsâ€™ innovative approaches combine time-tested talents and the latest technology to meet the needs of individuals, families and communities. Care management, counseling services, discharge planning, skilled nursing and therapy are some of the many services provided. Over the past several years more and more individuals are taking advantage of this important service.
ADVOCACY PVM continued its long-standing tradition of advocating for seniors and the communities in which they live. We have been an integral partner in Senior Housing Preservation - Detroit (SHP-D), a collaboration of senior living providers and other organizations dedicated to the preservation of senior housing. SHP-D has garnered significant attention and support from community leaders regarding the need to retain and add low income housing for seniors to the mix of economic development. New developments in Detroit are now required to designate at least 20% of their housing mix to affordable housing.
Leaders from PVM, the City of Detroit, and our nation’s capital came together in March to discuss affordable and senior housing.
PVM PRESIDENT & CEO ROGER MYERS DISCUSSES HOUSING WITH HUD SECRETARY BEN CARSON AND DETROIT MAYOR MIKE DUGGAN Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and community leaders to discuss affordable housing in Detroit during Secretary Caron’s visit to Detroit.
“B EAUTIFUL YOUNG PEOPLE ARE ACTS OF NATURE, BUT BEAUTIFUL OLD PEOPLE ARE WORKS OF ART.” — Eleanor Roosevelt 12
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THE SILVER KEY COALITION PVM is an active member of The Silver Key Coalition. Led by the Michigan Association of Area Agencies on Aging, the coalition is comprised of senior services providers around the state. The coalition has been highly successful in securing additional funding for home and community based services in Michigan, including for the meals on wheels and the Medicaid Waiver programs. The coalition utilizes a key as its symbol to signify the importance for Michigan seniors.
PVM at the Michigan Association of Area Agencies on Aging 1B annual meeting
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SENIOR REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE (SRC) The Senior Regional Collaborative (SRC), a collaboration of thirty senior services providers, has joined together to educate the public and government/community leaders as to the value of and need to support older citizens. In addition the SRC has provided training for professionals of their member organizations along with technology grants. PVM is also an integral partner with LeadingAge Michigan and LeadingAge nationally to retain support for housing and senior services along with quality of life for all older adults.
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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT This report highlights a select few of our community outreach projects. Every day there are on-going initiatives which honor our commitment to “serve seniors and the communities in which they live”. Check out our website at www.pvm.org and Like our Facebook page at Presbyterian Villages of Michigan to learn more.
DETROIT NEWS & PRIORITY HEALTH’S HOLIDAY CHEER FOR CHARITY: By donating and voting, you won $20K for seniors! PVM was honored to be one of fifteen local charities invited to participate in the Detroit News and Priority Health’s Holiday Cheer for Charity competition at the end of 2017—and to WIN! YOU made it happen. You voted for PVM in the first round and you stepped up to make donations in the second round—to the tune of $21,000+! Winning resulted in an additional $20k being contributed that is now being put to use making Michigan the best place to age! Individual PVM Villages and communities will directly benefit because you took the time to vote or to make a donation. Thank you!
You helped PVM win $20K! L to R: PVM Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer Lynn Alexander; Detroit News Editor Gary Miles; VP of Priority Health East Region Mike Jasperson; PVM Foundation President Paul Miller; PVM President & CEO Roger Myers.
“T HE KEY TO THE HAPPY LIFE, IT SEEMS IS THE GOOD LIFE: A LIFE WITH SUSTAINED RELATIONSHIPS, CHALLENGING WORK, AND CONNECTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY.” — Paul Bloom
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OPEN THE CHURCH & SEE ALL THE PEOPLE! Church communities play a huge role in philanthropy Churches around the state are making Michigan a better place to age, for example Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (GPMC). Many in the congregation, including PVM Board chair Bill Ball, are loyal supporters of Michigan’s older adults. Rev. Dr. Peter Henry serves on the board of PVM’s largest community, Chesterfield Twp.’s The Village of East Harbor. Rev. Henry also co-chaired a fundraising breakfast with Bill Ball, helping to raise over $20,000 for a new state of the art Health & Wellness Center at the Village, a project to which GPMC Outreach Ministry has also awarded $60,000! Because of community supporters like GPMC and other congregations all over Michigan, PVM can serve 5,000+ older adults! Thank you!
Thanks to Grosse Pointe Memorial Church, residents like Pat will soon have a brand new Health & Wellness Center to recover in after a fall or surgery at The Village of East Harbor.
You’re needed locally.
DONORS KEEP THINGS ROLLING! Take The Village of Westland…
Now Jean and her fellow residents have reliable new transportation to get to the grocery store, doctor and more!
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The residents at The Village of Westland needed a new bus. Through PVM’s annual Friends & Family campaign–a fundraiser specialized for each PVM Village’s needs—donors heard the call and stepped up! The bus rolled up in 2017! Now Jean and her fellow residents have reliable new transportation to get to the grocery store, doctor and more! The Village of Westland is a great place to live—donors made it EVEN BETTER!
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VETERANS PREFERENCE PROGRAM HELPS GIVE OUR VETS TOP PRIORITY PVM continued its Veterans Preference Program which was launched in 2016. PVM received approval from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to implement a â€œVeterans Preferenceâ€? for 20 PVM Villages. Applicants who are veterans of the United States Military or surviving spouses are given preference for admission, rising to the top of the waiting lists. To date 55 veterans have been able to become PVM residents thanks to this program. To honor those who have served our country is a privilege. Dawn and Dennis are enjoying the amenities and assistance which the Village of Holly Woodlands provides. Dawn coordinates the Meals On Wheels Program at the Village.
Community leaders had the opportunity to provide feedback to the commission.
McFARLAN HOME HOSTED THE JUNE MEETING OF THE MICHIGAN COMMISSION ON SERVICES TO THE AGING McFarlan hosted the June meeting of the Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging in Flint. Richard Kline, deputy director, and Commission Chair Dona Wishart welcomed everyone and thanked PVM for hosting. A public hearing on the state plan was held immediately following the meeting with many area providers giving testimony on needed services.
PVM President & CEO Roger Myers addressing the Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging
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ALZHEIMER’S WALK PVM continued its proud tradition of participating in the annual Alzheimer’s Association Walk to raise funding in support of programs and services. The Alzheimer’s Association presented to the PVM Strategic Planning Committee this year and has provided support and counseling for seniors. The “Wellness Happens at PVM” team at the Alzheimer’s Walk
GROW YOUNG TALENT PVM continued support of the “Grow Detroit’s Young Talent” program in partnership with the City of Detroit via City Connect Detroit. As an employer sponsor we have sponsored youth for summer employment at our home office and PVM Villages. This unique program sets the foundation for career training and future employment opportunities.
LaDonna Holley, PVM Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Housing Operations, and Jason Lee, Grow Detroit’s Young Talent, new Executive Director
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COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS All of the PVM Villages are stars in this constellation of housing and services which allow PVM residents and residents of surrounding communities to embrace all possibilities in life. They are the heart and soul of what we do. Known for innovation and service excellence, PVM’s success relies on the good stewardship of our Villages. Caring and compassion also set us apart. On a daily basis we receive compliments from residents and family like the following examples:
“YOUR STAFF PROVIDED EXCELLENT CARE AND SUPPORT TO MY MOTHER, HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS. (THE STAFF’S) KINDNESS AND ATTENTIVENESS WAS AMAZING. I HAVE OFTEN BEEN ASKED WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A FACILITY. MY RESPONSE IS TO MEET THE AIDES AND NURSES WHO WILL BE CARING FOR YOUR LOVED ONE.” — Daughter of a Resident at The Village of East Harbor
“M Y MOM’S TRANSITION FROM HER HOME OF OVER 40 YEARS WAS FILLED WITH SMILES AND KINDNESS EVERYWHERE SHE TURNED. YOU HAVE ALL MADE HER LIFE BETTER…I CANNOT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT HOW GRACIOUS YOU HAVE BEEN — OR HOW THANKFUL I AM THAT MY MOM CHOSE PVM.” – Daughter of a resident at The Village of Westland
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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
2900 Brush Street Detroit, MI 48201-3104 313.832.9922 Jannie Scott, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, Board Chair
David Miller, Executive Director Carolyn Martin, Administrator – Independent Living & Assisted Living Gail Sliwinski, Administrator – Healthcare Dr. Aaron Lundgaard, Board Chair
14486 Middle Gibraltar Gibraltar, Michigan 48173 734.676.4802 Tammi Rose, Administrator
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 Sarah Grant, Administrator Linda Rhodes-Pauly, 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 Karl M. Opheim, 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 Michael Taylor, 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
Shannon East, Executive Director
Melissa Reisterer, Administrator Mary Meyer Neff, Board Chair 14000 Woodrow Wilson Detroit, MI 48238-2963 313.957.0210
MCFARLAN HOME 700 E. Kearsley Street Flint, MI 48503 810.235.3077 Kelly Price, Administrator COURT STREET VILLAGE 800 E. Court Street Flint, MI 48503 810.239.4400 Lori Delongechamp, Administrator Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director Robert Bessert, Board Chair
300 Carl Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49015 269.962.0605 Jennifer Bouchard, Administrator Patricia Fosdick, Board Chair
Deborah Beard, Administrator Maynard L. Timm, 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 C. Jackson, Board Chair
25340 West Six Mile Road Redford, MI 48240-2105 313.541.6000 24111 Civic Center Dr., Southfield, Michigan 48033 (248) 352-0208
Gloria E. Robinson, Administrator Deanna Ludlow Mitchell, Board Chair
Sharon Cuddington, Executive Director
420 S. Opdyke Road Pontiac, MI 48341-3145 248.334.4379 Kevin Centala, Administrator Lisa Machesky, 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 Lynn Swindlehurst, Board Chair
15875 Joy Road Detroit, MI 48228-2984 313.582.8088 Andrea Felice, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, 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 260 McDougall Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48207-4251 313.259.9000 Gloria W. Robinson, Board Chair
1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48201-2951 313.494.9000 Marla Bradford, Administrator E. Kern Tomlin, Board Chair 3501 Cherry Blossom Lane Jackson, MI 49201 517.788.6679 Rae Stachnik, Administrator Ginny Wood-Broderick, Board Chair
2251 Springport Road Jackson, MI 49202 517.879.1839 Chelsea Eisele, Executive Director Ron Markowski, Board Chair
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AWARDS ROGER MYERS INNOVATION FUND Roger Myers, President & CEO, was honored by the PVM board for 25 years of outstanding leadership at the November board meeting. He has long been known for Innovation and has shaped public policy and aging services in many ways at the local, regional, state and national level. In recognition of this, the PVM Board has created the Roger Myers Innovation Fund to support innovative programs and services system wide. The fund is now available for contributions.
“I NNOVATION DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN A LEADER AND A FOLLOWER.” —Albert Einstein
BEST-MANAGED NON PROFIT 2016 In December of 2016 PVM was recognized by Crain’s Detroit as the Best-Managed Non Profit. This program honors the best in leadership and financial stewardship in Southeast Michigan’s nonprofit community. Awards were presented at a February luncheon hosted by Crain’s. Pictured here are PVM board members and staff who were in attendance at the luncheon. Board members Bob Schroeder and Jim Gompers with staff, LaDonna Holley and David Miller at the Crain’s Awards Luncheon
70 OVER 70 AWARDEES BY THE LUELLA HANNAN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION Helen Morrison has utilized her passion for people to assist individuals and organizations with their mission in life. A founder of the Presbyterian Older Adult Network nationally, she has been a constant force behind PVM’s success. As previous PVM Board Member Helen has provided unparalleled guidance and direction over many years. She has also served on many committees and is presently a member of the PVM Marketing & Communications Committee.
Helen Morrison (left) and Henry Johnson (right)
Henry Johnson, Vice President Emeritus for the University of Michigan and former board chair (presently board member) for PVM has also served in a variety of capacities including the PVM Foundation. Henry is a recognized leader in community and charitable affairs for many organizations in Ann Arbor and nationally. He uses his voice effectively in several ways, both as a respected speaker and as a talented vocalist serving in several choirs. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
THE VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR The Village of East Harbor has played a starring role in many ways. Known for its reputation, quality and experience in creating a vibrant community for seniors no matter what their needs, they garnered several very prestigious awards in 2017.
David Miller & Gail Sliwinski receiving the Governor’s Award of Excellence
Brian Williams (CENTER) and his Morrison team from The Village of East Harbor
Amy Mruk, PVM’s Shining Star of the Year, with VP David Miller
Governor’s Award of Excellence
Dining Services Team
The Village of East Harbor received the Governor’s Award of Excellence from MPRO and the Office of the Governor. The presentation was made at the MPRO annual meeting and conference. Improving Care: Nursing Homes was the category. A rigorous process of vetting was involved in the selection of The Village of East Harbor.
Congratulations to Brian Williams and the Dining and Services Team at The Village of East Harbor on winning Chesterfield Township Supervisor Dan Acciavatti’s choice for best Tastefest entry. Also, congratulations on being selected People’s Choice at the Anchor Bay Tastefest 2017.
PVM Shining Star of the Year – Amy Mruk, Unit Secretary
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Amy Mruk is a Unit Secretary Clerk in Skilled Nursing at The Village of East Harbor. She was chosen for her dedication to residents and staff. She helps the nursing staff out by providing support and encouragement. Always going the extra mile.
DEAR FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS, We are pleased to report that the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s (PVM) 2017 financial performance for the entities it manages met our strategic expectations, and our financial position is growing and remains strong. PVM’s ownership in programs it does not directly manage also continued to expand and meet their strategic objectives. A key performance indicator is the debt service coverage ratio, which measures PVM’s capacity to meet our requirements to fund principal and interest. For the entities PVM manages the system-wide ratio was 1.26x in 2017, down from 2016. The other key measure, the days cash on hand ratio stood at 261 days at December 31, 2017. We wish to thank all that contributed to the PVM Foundation’s Statewide Comprehensive Campaign which exceeded its seven year goal of raising $27 million by 2017. The Foundation’s actively managed investment portfolio yielded a 13.95% return, net of fees, in 2017. The overall market value of the PVM Foundation’s investments was $12.6 million at December 31, 2017, up from the $10.8 million at December 31, 2016. The overall asset value of PVM’s managed entities was $272 million as of December 31, 2017, up from $236 million at the end of 2016. Our system-wide net assets (equity) under management, plus the forgivable HUD 202 capital advances, of $133 million represents a relatively strong 49% of the total assets at December 31, 2017, and equal to that at the end of 2016. In early 2018 PVM continued to grow the programs it manages through the inception of two new management agreements. Further, PVM’s ownership interest in programs it does not directly manage continued to rise, as overall revenues increased from $40 million in 2016 to $53 million in 2017. Of the 39 PVM managed entities subject to third party audit or review in 2017, there were no matters of material internal control deficiencies and all reports received an unqualified opinion. In May 2017, Fitch Ratings 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 elders and their families and ensure a financially strong and transparent organization. Please join PVM in fulfilling its Mission.
W. Paul Rau Board Vice Chair of Finance Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Brian W. Carnaghi Senior Vice President, CFO & Board Treasurer Presbyterian Villages of Michigan & Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
FINANCIAL POSITION 12/31/17
OPERATING PERFORMANCE YEAR END 2017
YEAR END 2016 REVENUES
ANNUAL REPORT 2017
YOU GAVE SO PVM CAN DO YOUR GOOD WORK!
2.7 MILLION REASONS TO SAY THANK YOU!!! Dear Committed and Compassionate Donors: Your generous donations of over $2.7M in 2017 did so much for older adults and their families. THANK YOU! Without you, these things would not have happened… • A bed for a resident who had none! • A resident living in dire conditions has a new home! • The first trip (EVER!) outside of Michigan to Niagara Falls for a resident! • Respite care for an exhausted family member caring for their mother! • A resident’s access to reliable transportation eased the burden on family and friends! Your kindness results in so much good! Please continue being a donor in 2018 and beyond. The life of an older adult is ready to be touched!! THANK YOU!
Paul J. Miller, CFRE President, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
YOUR DONATIONS AND THEIR IMPACT
BECAUSE YOU CARE ENOUGH TO DONATE, YOU’RE MAKING MICHIGAN A BETTER PLACE TO AGE. YOU’VE CHOSEN TO STEP UP AND BE THERE FOR OLDER ADULTS. THANK YOU!
You have improved the lives of older adults!
seniors served with quality housing, home repair, health care and personal services to keep them safe in their homes longer. Jaunita said, “For the last 15 years, I was afraid to take a bath in my own home.” Thanks to you, she’s no longer afraid.
residents received help with medical bills, rent, and even basic necessities like food and beds. Michael can finally get a good night’s sleep, thanks to you!
older adults trained for and attended PVM’s Village Victory Cup, an Olympics-style wellness competition. It’s for any resident of any physical ability. Residents like Charles, who happens to be legally blind, train all year!
residents in financial need received updates to their Villages—things like community kitchens, outdoor spaces, community gardens & more!
Around $1.1 million is spent to ensure residents who’ve outlived their resources still have homes. Because of caring donors, residents who can no longer afford the rent can remain in their PVM home.
ANNUAL REPORT 2017
A LOOK BACK ON THE 2017 PVMF GALA
t e e w S L if e LA 2 0 17 G A
LOOKING FORWARD TO CELEBRATING 15 YEARS WITH YOU THIS YEAR! Let’s do this again! Generous sponsors, attendees and donors raised $285K (gross) at the PVM Foundation Gala at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation! These funds will do things like make it possible for David, a PVM resident, to have a safe, warm home to recover in after surgery; and liberate Jeannette from unsafe obstacles now that she has a new barrier-free apartment. THANK YOU to all the sponsors, guests, donors, volunteers & staff making Michigan a better place to age!
Residents, volunteers and sponsors at the 2017 Gala, just before the “Life is Sweet” parade. (Photo by Doug Coombe, dougcoombe.com)
Thank you! The following sponsors, patrons and donors are transforming the lives of older adults through their support! PRESENTING SPONSOR
VILLAGE PARTNER SPONSORS
VILLAGE CHAMPION SPONSOR
– S AV E T H E D AT E – 15TH ANNUAL PVM GALA
PLAY BALL! Thursday, November 8, 2018 7p.m. at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation
VILLAGE TRENDSETTER SPONSORS Aileron Ltd. Braun Construction Group Dickinson Wright, PLLC Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc. Interstate Restoration Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner,
Valitutti & Sherbrook Lau & Lau Associates, LLC George B. Millush, Jr. Roger & Tammy Myers Plante & Moran, PLLC/Cresa
– Visit pvmf.org for more information about PVM Foundation events – Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
CALVIN SOCIETY Commemorating Loyalty Through Planned Giving The Calvin Society honors all donors who have made a planned or deferred gift to support PVM. We are deeply grateful to you, Calvin Society members. Thank you for answering the prayers of future residents.
CALVIN SOCIETY MEMBERS Mrs. Kesha Akridge Mrs. Mary Y. Arehart Ms. Jane Bolender Mrs. Audrey Bolton Mr. Stanley M. Brandt Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Rick and Melinda Callahan Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Marjorie M. Cameron Brian and Beth Carnaghi Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Rev. Dr. James H. Conley Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer Mr. Michael G. Damone Mrs. Elva B. Daniels John and Deb Denler Ms. Joann R. Duane Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Euler Mr. David M. Finnegan Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. Lloyd G. Geering Mr. and Mrs. Dean M. Gettemy Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. Dennis Goetz Mr. James S. Gompers Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gotch Beach and Marianne Hall
Shirley & Ron Gillham
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Mr. Kenneth Harder Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes Mrs. Coralee A. Henriksen Ms. Ellen Hornfisher Mrs. Doris J. Horton Mr. Charles F. Howe, Jr. Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Kaiser Mrs. Mary K. Keebler Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kleemann Mr. David Mantey Mr. and Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. Paul J. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Randall R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree Mrs. Helen Morrison Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Nelson Mr. James S. Orton Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Orvis Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Payne Mrs. Patricia Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Continued
The Gillhams became members of the Calvin Society by remembering PVM in their will; a percentage of their estate will be left to PVM.
Calvin Society Member Profile
DONOR GIVING SOCIETIES; AN AMAZING GROUP OF DEDICATED PEOPLE.
Shirley became involved with PVM in 2000, and was on the Board when the Green Houses®—the first in Michigan— were developed at The Village of Redford. “It was this new idea. Residents of nursing homes would live in a home-like setting in a small group, they could help the employees with cooking and cleaning. My mother lived in a senior residence in Canada where she helped in the kitchen. It gave her a feeling of self-worth and contribution,” Shirley said. “Ron and I feel PVM is a deserving organization to contribute some of our savings. The Board makes every attempt to use the money well and for all our senior citizens.”
Bolded names represent new members or new planned gifts in 2017
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(Calvin Society Members, continued) STERLING Rev. James L. Rhinesmith SOCIETY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Runyan 1945 Founders Circle Mr. E. Richard Salisbury $500,000+ Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder The Community Foundation Miss Betty E. Schwesinger for Southeast Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sills The Kresge Foundation Miss Marjorie Simpson Edward N. and Della L. Thome Ms. Nancy L. Stager Memorial Foundation, Bank of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. America, N.A., Trustee Steben, Jr. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Valerie D. Stokes Mrs. Ruth M. Taylor Chairman’s Circle Mrs. Mary E. Thero $250,000-$499,999 Mrs. Glenise S. Tyndall Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz Mr. James S. Gompers Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Vahlbusch Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Mrs. R. Estelle Wade Mr. and Mrs. Verne G. Istock Ms. Elaine Walton Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Mrs. Carol A. Weber Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. White Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kleemann Mr. John E. Williams and The Offield Family Foundation Dr. Elizabeth B. Williams Mr. Stanley Wojcik Here we remember those members who have passed on since the last publication. Ms. Jean E. Hilderley Marguerite N. Nolan Mrs. Judith M. Pugh
President’s Circle $150,000-$249,999 First Foundation, First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak
Ms. Joan D. Geering Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Masco Corporation Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer Ward Church Samuel L. Westerman Foundation
Leadership Circle $50,000 - $149,999 Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation William J. and 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. and Mrs. James D. Gotch Mr. Richard J. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. David F. Lau Richard and Jane Manoogian Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin
Bolded names represent new members or an increase in giving level in 2017
Sterling Society Member Profile
Jim & Louise Gotch first learned about Presbyterian Villages of Michigan through their church, First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak. Jim became actively involved as a volunteer, first as a task force member, then as a PVM Board & Village Board member. As long-time donors (over 36 years!), Jim & Louise believe so deeply in PVM’s mission of serving older adults, they became members of all three giving societies! “We give because we believe in the work, which is crucial for older adults,” said Jim. “We’re confident in Roger’s [Myers] leadership and are proud of how well PVM is managed.” Jim & Louise Gotch
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CLARENCE D. STERLING SOCIETY Commemorating a Lifetime of Compassion The Clarence D. Sterling Society honors donors’ cumulative contributions. Members are donors whose total irrevocable giving reaches $50,000 or more.* Thank you members of the Clarence D. Sterling Society. Your loyal commitment and generosity is making Michigan a better place to age.
Michigan Health Endowment Fund Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. Mr. Jerome Morgan Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder The Senior Alliance Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mary Thompson Foundation
PETERSON MISSION MAKER SOCIETY MEMBERS Agility Health The Honorable and Mrs. James Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson Anonymous The Anton Family Foundation ASTI Environmental Bill and Marcia Ball Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bishop Mrs. Audrey Bolton Mr. James T. Bradford Mrs. Natalie Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Brown Mr. and Mrs. David Buzzelli Mr. and Mrs. Pat Byrne C & H Fire Protection, Inc. Rick and Melinda Callahan
Brian and Beth Carnaghi Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Ms. Bobie Clement Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon John and Deb Denler Mrs. Janet DeVold Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Ellis First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Ms. Audra D. Frye Rev. and Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Jon B. Gandelot and Lisa Mower Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham Ronald and Angela Goldsberry Mr. James S. Gompers Gompers, Cornish and Barr, Inc. Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko Mr. Walter R. Greene, III and Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene Mr. Stuart Grigg-Grigg, Graphic Services Ms. Paula Hager Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah Mrs. Carolyn J. Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Healy
Bolded names represent new members or renewed gifts in 2017 * Not including special event participation and in-kind gifts
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Scott and Kerri Heydens Mr. and Mrs. Mark High Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell Ms. Frances Holly Mr. Richard J. Holmes Homestead Home Health Care Hooker DeJong, Inc. Inforum Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Ms. Lynda K. Jeffries Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jelinek Mr. Willie A. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson Ms. Cecelia Johnston Nathan and Megan Keup Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaBelle Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David F. Lau Ms. Judy Layne Leidal and Hart Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard Col. and Mrs. Michael V. Marston, USAFR (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. Webb F. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy Mr. Ronald B. McRae Michigan Health Endowment Fund Mr. and Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. The Millush Family Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Modi Ms. Lynn Montgomery MPS Foundation Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers Continued
REV. DR. L.J. PETERSON MISSION MAKERS SOCIETY Commemorating Commitment Through Multi-Year Pledges Established in memory of the late Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson, former PVM President and CEO, this society’s members have committed a multi-year pledge of $1,000 or greater over two years or more. Thank you, members of the Mission Makers Society. Because of you, Michigan is a better place to age.
Peterson Mission Maker Society Member Profile Janet is a resident at The Village of Oakland Woods in Pontiac. She was inspired to make the move by her mother who THRIVED at The Village of Woodbridge Manor in Detroit while she was alive. At one time, Janet relied on a wheelchair, but hasn’t needed it in years due to wellness programs at her village. “I not only do NOT need a wheelchair, I work out and lift weights at least four times a week and weigh less than I have in 25 years! I have reversed the effects of spinal stenosis and feel better than I ever have,” says Janet. “PVM made it possible for both my mother and I to enjoy our lives and feel a sense of happiness and security that we never had in our homes. I believe in what PVM does for seniors like me.”
O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. Dr. Patricia O’Brien Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. William U. Parfet Gary and Linda Pauly Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Payne Lee and Maxine Peck Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Mrs. Patricia P. Pike Progressive Associates, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James Prokes Ben and Joanne Robinson Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Security 101 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Richard J. Strowger and Patricia Ellis Ms. Katrina Summersett Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Fund, Bank of America, N.A. Trustee Mr. and Mrs. Turner S. Thompson, Jr. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Thwaite Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Mr. Maynard L. Timm and Mrs. Noreen A. Markley
Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Torp Mr. and Mrs. George Torreano, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Utley Walstrom Marine Mr. William W. Walters and Mrs. Robin Ennis Ms. Elaine Walton Ms. Lisa M. Watkins Samuel L. Westerman Foundation Ms. Michelle Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Zellers Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmer Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Zinn
Bolded names represent new members gifts in 2017
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ANNUAL GIVING HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
We can’t do it without you! EVERY YEAR, MANY DEVOTED INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONTRIBUTE TO THE PVM MISSION. We are pleased to honor those individuals and organizations who made a gift in 2017. Following each listing are the number of consecutive years each donor has been giving to PVM.
illage Benefactor ✴ V$100,000+
illage Leader ✴ V$20,000-$49,999
Ms. Joan D. Geering (11)* Mr. James S. Gompers (17)* Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Fund, Bank of America, N.A. Trustee (5)* The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. (1)*
Mr. Elmer Dixon-Dixon Masonry Construction (7) Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (1) Fifth Third Bank (3)* Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (18) Mr. Richard J. Holmes (15)* Mr. William G. Hyland (2) Mr. and Mrs. David F. Lau-Lau and Lau Associates, LLC (7)* Morrison Community Living (2) Priority Health (4) Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. (23)*
illage Visionary ✴ V$50,000-$99,999 Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (21)* Mr. and Mrs. Verne G. Istock (8) Michigan Health Endowment Fund (2) Estate of Helen R. Pelling (1)
Champion ✴ Village $5,000-$19,999
IN THIS SECTION: PHOTOS OF OLDER ADULTS WHOSE LIVES YOU’VE TOUCHED!
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The Anton Family Foundation (1)* Bill and Marcia Ball (8)* Mrs. Audrey Bolton (5)* Braun Construction Group (3) Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (13)* William J. and Julia Edwards Foundation (8) Mrs. Karin W. Flint (13) Frey Foundation (1) Ronald and Angela Goldsberry (2)* Gompers, Cornish and Barr (13) Huntington National Bank (7)
DeeDee from the Village of Holly Woodlands shows off her stance for the Village Victory Cup Beanbag toss competition.
Kirk in the Hills (27) Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti and Sherbrook (16) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kleemann (1) The Kresge Foundation (4) Col. and Mrs. Michael V. Marston, USAFR (Ret) (13)* Charles J. Miller Trust (1) Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. (12)* Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers (26)* Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Peterson (17) Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation (4)* Plante Moran (24) Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau (22)* Estate of Eleanor V. Schroeder (1)* Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder (22)* Mr. James L. Spencer (2)
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Utley (7)* The Village Club Foundation (1) Walstrom Marine (2)* Henry E. and Consuelo S. Wenger Foundation Inc. (1) Samuel L. Westerman Foundation (2)*
illage Hero ✴ V$1,000-$4,999 Accident Fund Insurance Company of America (1) Andrew D. Adair, D.O. (6) Advantage Management Group (3) Agility Health (8) Aileron, Ltd. (6) The Honorable James and Lynn Alexander (8)* ALM Technologies (13) Anchor Bay Community Foundation (1) Anonymous - 2 donors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bessert (1) Ms. Jane A. Bolender (18) Mr. James Brandell (2) Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers (15)* Mr. and Mrs. Pat Byrne (7)* C & H Fire Protection, Inc. (2)
CareSync Solutions (1) Brian and Beth Carnaghi (17) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll (5)* Mrs. Theresa Cichowski (1) Matt and Bobie Clement (8)* Crain Communication Inc. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon (5)* The Damone Group, LLC (15) Mrs. Elva B. Daniels (9) John and Deb Denler (1)* Detroit Area Agency on Aging 1-A (15) Dickinson Wright, PLLC (14) Ms. Dianne Dobbeck (1) Mr. and Mrs. David J. Donovan Family Fund (1) First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn (12) First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak (1) Mr. H. William Freeman (4)* Rev. and Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau (9)* Fusco, Shaffer and Pappas, Inc. (23) Orville and Carrie Gascho Endowment Fund (14) Giffels Webster (7)
Residents from The Village of East Harbor having a blast at the PVM gala!
Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Glenn, Sr. (24) Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gotch (36) Estate of Earl C. Greene (7) Stuart Grigg – Grigg Graphic Services (8) Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hannah (1) Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter (29) Carolyn J. Hastings (7)* Healthcare Margin Specialists (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Healy (11)* Henry Ford Health System (4) Dr. LaDonna A. Holley Mr. Charles F. Howe (1) Hylant Group (7) Mr. and Mrs. David A. Imesch (16) Independent Insurance Agents of Macomb County (1) Innerspace Design (2) Interstate Restoration, LLC (3) Investment Professionals for Charity Inc. (1) Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer and Weiss, P.C. (1) Dr. Lynda K. Jeffries (15)* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson (11)* Ms. Cecelia Johnston (5) Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jones (4) Mr. Jethro Joseph (2) KeyBank (1) Lakeshore Senior Living LLC (2) Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. (7) Lee and Maxine Peck Foundation (12)* Dr. Mark Lindley and Mrs. Sandy Talbott (4) Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Lindow, Jr. (11) Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard (10) Macquarie (2) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin (7) Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy (4)* Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. McKeen (12)
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Jessie went to Niagara falls – the first time she’d left Michigan!
Michigan Community VNA, LLC (1) Michigan Complete Health (1) Michigan State Housing Development Authority (13) Ms. Audrey J. Miller (5) Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller (12)* The Millush Family (2)* Mrs. Faye E. Myers (18)* Mrs. Judith Myers (1) George H. Nassif, M.D. (1) National Church Residences Foundation (2) The Non-Profit Personnel Network, Inc. (1) PACE Southeast Michigan (3) PalCare (1) Mr. Fred Pankow (1) Mr. Melvin L. Parker and Dr. Gwendolyn H. Parker (14) Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Payne (14) PharmaScript of Michigan (1) Mrs. Patricia P. Pike (16) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Pisha (8) Pitchford Law PC (10) Prudential Financial Inc. (2) The Senior Alliance, Area Agency on Aging 1-C Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snider (3) St. John’s Episcopal Church (3) Richard Strowger and Patricia Ellis (6)* Mrs. Avni Thomas (4) Mr. Maynard L. Timm and Mrs. Noreen A. Markley (11)* Toshiba Business Solutions (6) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Turman (4)* University of Maryland College Park (3) University Presbyterian Church (3) The Village of East Harbor Resident Association (6) Mr. Mark Wallace (2) Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walters (12)
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Mrs. Elaine Walton (5)* William Blair (21) Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Zinn (1)*
illage Friend ✴ V$250-$999 AARP Chapter #1962 Central Detroit Chapter (1) Absolute Services (4) Mr. and Mrs. Alex Adah (2) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams (3) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Akridge (14) American Plumbing Contractors Inc. (1) Anonymous - 1 donor Mr. and Mrs. R. Kent Barnes (10) Ms. Kathryn D. Bartz (7) Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Batts (3) The Rev. and Mrs. Eldon F. Beery (22) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Beltramo (3) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bierbusse (1) Mr. James T. Bradford (15)* Ms. Karen L. Brehmer (1) Mrs. Edmund B. Brownell (1) Ms. Doris Ann Brucker (1)
Mr. Andrew Bullock (4) Mrs. Thomas H. Carruthers, IV (11) Cattin Family Trust (4) Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Chalgian (1) Christ Church Grosse Pointe (1) Cinnaire Title Services (6) Mr. and Mrs. Dane Clark (2) Classic Investigative Agency (14) Conci Painting Inc. (2) CORE Partners Associates, LLC (2) Mr. and Mrs. John Cornish (1) Dan and Joe Cortis-Cortis Bros. Trucking and Excavating, Inc. (1) Ms. Dawn M. Corwin (11) Mr. Louis Cunningham (1) Dr. and Mrs. Desmond Davies (1) Ms. Bernadette M. Dennehy (1) Design and Quality Electric, Inc. (1) Donald M. Ditmars, Jr., M.D. (1) Ms. Druscilla S. Doehrman (1) Mr. Walter R. Greene, III and Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene (4)* Ms. Rene’ Duty (6) Eagle Capital Management, LLC (1) EHM Senior Solutions (3)
Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Alpha Chapter (8) Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Euler (13) Everingham and Associates (1)* First Presbyterian Church of Northville (3) Dr. Evan B. Fonger (1) Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fosdick (3) Fraternal Order of Police Association Lodge #123 (1) Mr. Philip McComish and Dr. Judith Fry McComish (11) Ms. Audra D. Frye (5)* Mrs. Denise D. Funke (11) David and Laura Gabriel (4) Ms. Sheu-Jane Gallagher (1) Dr. Terrance P. Gallagher (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik (17) Gendernalik Funeral Home, Inc. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Grantham (2) Mr. Roy W. Griffitts, Jr. (1) Ms. Jessica Gross (4) Family of Marion Hatch-Barb and Scott Hafer, David and Neeynn Hatch, Daniel and Christina Hatch, Jacquie and Kevin Dunn, Caitlynn Hatch, Ava, Morgan and Evie (1) Beach B. and Marianne K. Hall (7) Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Hammond (12) Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett (10) Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah (7)* Hartford Memorial Baptist Church (1) Mr. David E. Herbel (2) Scott and Kerri Heydens (5) Mr. Paul Hillegonds (2) Mr. Richard A. Hines (13) HJ Sims (4) Ms. Donna Hoban (1) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell (13) Hooker DeJong, Inc. (2) Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins (4) Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. House (13)
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hovey (4) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hudson, Jr. (1) Ms. Ara D. Hunter (10) Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hurst (2) Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson (15)* Mrs. Jackie Janetski (4) Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church (14) Keith and Tami Jelinek (5)* Mr. Jerome Morgan – Jermor Plumbing and Heating, Inc. (14) Mrs. Mary K. Keebler (1) Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Keef (4) Nathan and Megan Keup (13)* Mr. Chuck Kisandi (3) Mr. Jason Kolevar (1) LeadingAge Michigan (11) Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Leonard (3) Mr. Jerry B. Lewis (1) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lundgaard (1) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Machesky (3) Ms. Carolyn M. Martin (8) Mr. and Mrs. Webb F. Martin (12)* Mr. James McLennan (2) Mr. and Mrs. Greg McNulty (3) McSweeney Electric (1) Meldrum Properties (1) Mr. and Mrs. David M. Miller (27) Ms. Dorothy B. Miller (2) Ina Ann Miscisin Rev Trust (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitchell (6) Mr. Doug Modzejewski (1) Mr. and Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree (1) Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Murphy (6) Mr. and Mrs. Randal Murphy (4) Mrs. Mary M. Neff (10) Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Nouhan (1) Ms. Marcia Nunn (1) Mrs. Doris J. Pailen (2) Mrs. Patricia Peterson (3) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Petru (2) Ms. Dana L. Phelan (13) Ms. Francesca M. Phillips (14)
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS! Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike (9)* Plunkett Cooney (7) Poured Brick Walls (1) Presbyterian SeniorCare Network (1) Mr. Aaron Price (5) Pro Quality Flooring (3) Mr. and Mrs. James Prokes (15)* Mrs. Patricia Randolph (3) Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Rau (7) Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Reilly (1) Gary and Linda Pauly (10) Mrs. Joan Rifenberg (1) Ms. Danyale A. Robertson (2) Mrs. Mary M. Robertson (12) Ben and Joanne Robinson (1) Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson (6) Mr. Steven Rockwell (2) Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community Inc. (5) Rosebush Presbyterian Church (6) Rev. and Mrs. James Russell (15) Ms. Mary E. Saffian (5) Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Sanders (7) Mr. John Sanders (1) Ms. Jannie M. Scott (15) Service Care, Inc. (6) Mr. William P. Shield, Jr. (1) Ms. Frances L. Simmons (4) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sivak (8) Phyllis E. Speller Estate (1) Ms. Rae A. Stachnik (3) Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce (2) Sterling Millwork (1) Rev. Laura and Mr. Brian Stone (1) Ms. Katrina Summersett (3)* Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Mrs. Erica Thrash-Sall Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere (15) Ms. Mitzi Uebel (2) United Pharmacy (1) Mr. Robert Vacca (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Van Dusen, II (1) Mrs. Paige Vanzo (2) The Village of Woodbridge Manor Resident Council (10) Mrs. Lisa M. Watkins (1) WEDGE Capital Management, LLP (2) Mr. and Ms. David White (2) Mrs. Margery W. Willey (1) Ms. Diane Williams (8) Mr. and Mrs. Keith Williams (1) Mrs. Michelle Williams (3) Ms. Samantha Wingerter (1) Mr. Timothy P. Wintermute and Ms. Kathleen Sutcliffe (10) Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie (10) Mr. and Mrs. David Yudasz (6) Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Zellers (6)*
illage Contributor ✴ V$249 and Below Ms. Nina Abubakari (1) Academy Utility Consultants (1) Ms. Etta J. Adams (1) Ms. Joyce Adams (1) Advanced Satellite and Security Systems (1) AFC-Holcroft L.L.C. (1) Mr. William E. Ahlstrom (5) Mr. William H. Ahrens (2) Mr. Craig Alcantara (1) Mrs. Gloria Allen (1) Mr. Jim Al-Riashi (1) Mr. Tyler Altman (1) Mr. John D. Altstetter (4) American Carpet Care, Inc. (5) Mr. Jeff Ammons (1) Ms. Barbara Anderson (1)
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Mrs. Donna Anderson (14) Ms. Margaret Anderson (4) Mrs. Thelma Anderson (3) Ms. Marcia Andress (1) Ms. Judith Andrews (1) Anonymous - 10 donors Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Archambault (2) Area Agency on Aging 1-B (1) Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Armstrong (2) Mrs. Laurie Arora (1) Mr. David W. Austin (1) Ms. Christine Avila (1) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Bachman (1) Ms. Iola Bailey (3) Mr. Jon W. Baker (3) Ms. Carol A. Baldwin (1) Ms. Bobbi J. Ballinger (1) Ms. Toni Barber (1) Ms. Shirley Bargen (5) Ms. Rosemarie Barnhart (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barr (1) Ms. Kathleen M. Bartz (1) Ms. Christine Bashawaty (2) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batcheller (2) Mrs. Irene A. Battaglia (5)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beal (1) Ms. Deborah L. Beard (11) Ms. Cheryl L. Beatty (13) Miss Helen Beaudin (3) Miss Virginia Becker (7) Ms. Tekla J. Beeby (1) Mr. John C. Begin (8) Ms. Mary Bennett (5) Ms. Sharon Benton (10) Miss Virginia Bertoncello (1) Ms. Sabrina R. Bettcher (3) Ms. Donna J. Bidelman (2) Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Birch (1) Ms. JoAnn Bisbee (4) Mrs. Delores C. Bishop (2) Ms. Pauline Blackstock (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blankenship (15) Mrs. Kathleen Block (3) Ms. Mary Ellen Bly (4) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bomberski (8) Mr. and Mrs. James Bonstelle (5) Mr. and Mrs. William K. Borglin (7) Ms. Madge Bourdo (4) Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bowen (4) Mrs. Earline Bowen-Long (1) Ms. Suzanne Bowker (1)
Members of Harbor Lights Choir at The Village of East Harbor’s Karl & Frieda Kleemann Chapel – built by donors!
Ms. Dawn A. Bowling (2) Mrs. Marla L. Bradford (9) Ms. Cherry Brandon (1) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brantley(2) Ms. Mary T. Breen (1) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brideau (4) Mr. James Brigulio (2) Rev. Alec U. Brooks (14) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Brooks (1) Ms. Carolyn Brooks (1) Ms. Yvonne Browder (10) Mr. and Mrs. D. Carl Brown (1) Mr. Edgar M. Brown (8) Jamie and Melanie Brown (7) Ms. Patricia M. Brown (6) Mrs. Graziella Bruner (4) Brush Park Birthday Club (2) Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo J. Bryan, Jr. (1) Ms. Shirley Bryant (1) Mr. Carlington Bucknor (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burch (1) Mr. Charles Burke (1) Mrs. Susan Burkhardt (1) Ms. Tena N. Burley (1) Mrs. Evelyn Burns (1) Ms. Patricia Buscemi (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bush (1) Ms. Jenifer W. Bushman (11) Ms. Dorothy Butcher (1) Mrs. Jane E. Butcher (2) Rev. Dr. Patricia Butler (1) Ms. Patricia Bynum (1) Ms. Judith A. Byrwa (1) Mr. George Calcaterra (1) Ms. Ramona Calhoun (1) Ms. Gracine E. Callahan (4) Rick and Melinda Callahan (14) Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Cameron (1) Ms. Regina A. Campbell (1) Ms. Laurette C. Campione (1) Miss Renee P. Carmechael (1) Mrs. Cheryl Carney (12) Mr. Michael Carney (2)
Sonny’s enjoying his new home at Hartford Village in Detroit!
Ms. Ashley P. Carr (3) Mrs. Peggy Carroll (2) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carter (4) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cassidy (8) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cenko (1) Mr. Kevin Centala (5) Ms. Betty Challenger (1) Mrs. Constance Charles (6) Mr. and Mrs. John Chasteen (1) Mrs. Julia Check (1) Ms. Margaret Cheeks (6) Ms. Tianshu Chu Chen (11) Ms. Ellen A. Childs (1) Christ Temple of Peace Church (1) The Honorable and Mrs. James P. Churchill (10) City Nails Spa (1) Ms. Teri Clark (1) Mr. William Clark (1) Rev. and Mrs. W. Kent Clise (1) Ms. Dorothy Clough (1) Mr. and Mrs. Webb T. Coates (1) Ms. Patricia L. Codden (1) Ms. Chris Cogger (1)
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins (16) Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cohen (1) Ms. Joyce M. Collins (1) ConcertoHealth (1) Mr. and Mrs. A.Read Cone, III (14) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conner (2) Ms. Stefany Conrad (1) Ms. Stephanie A. Cooper (10) Dr. Larry C. Coppard and Ms. Susan Ager (8) Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Cordts (1) Mrs. Loretta Cortis (3) Ms. Barbara Cosner (2) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cournoyer (3) Ms. Juanita Craig (1) Ms. Brancy D. Crawford (1) Ms. Geraldine Crosby (1) Ms. Warnedie Cross (1) Ms. Clara Crowell (6) Ms. Kimberley A. Cummings (2) Ms. Joan Cunningham (2) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Current (1) Ms. Kamili Currie (2) Mrs. Phyllis Curtis (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cuthbertson (2) Ms. Patricia B. Dailey (1) Ms. Pauline R. D’Angelo (1) Daly Merritt Insurance (2) Mr. Leigh Daniels (3) Ms. Josephine Danowski (1) Mr. Marty Danowski (1) Ms. Dee Darling (1) Ms. Cheryl Darner (2) Mr. and Mrs. John David (2) Ms. Christine Davis (1) Ms. Rosie Davis (4) Mr. and Mrs. Dave Deacon (1) Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeKarsky (4) Ms. Loretta DeLongchamp (1) Ms. Janice Weiss Dembs (1) Mr. Leon Demerath (2) Mrs. Dorothy C. Dennis (5) Ms. Virginia Denton (1) Ms. Carmen DeRubeis (1) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Ms. Marsha Desaussure (4) Ms. Nina Digaetano (1) Ms. Jacqueline J. Dixon (2) Ms. Christine Dolin (1) Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Domas (2) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Donahue (1) Downriver Bus and Truck Repair, Inc. (1) Mr. Matthew A. Dreger (1) Ms. Tiffiny Duchene (1) Ms. Barbara Durham (1) Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Ebling (2) Ms. Joann Eckerd (2) Ms. Nicole Edgar (1) Edge Solutions LLC (1) Mr. David Edwards (1) Ms. Diana Edwards (1) Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Edwards (1) Ms. Mary Edwards (5) Mr. Derek Elkins (1) Mr. and Mrs. John R. Elkins (1) Mr. Josh Elling (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elliott (1) Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ervin (4) Mrs. Catherine Esannason (2) Rev. Joseph Esper (1) Ms. Debra A. Esters (2) Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Faber (1) Ms. Marcella A. Fahlgren (1) Ms. Andrea Felice (12) Mrs. Gwendolyn Felton (2) Ms. Joann L. Ferguson (2) Ms. Sharon Filas (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Filzek (2) Ms. Rachel Finerson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Fisher (13) Ms. Donna Fisk (2) Ms. Susan Florida (1) Mrs. Nancy A. Foltz-Adams (1) Ms. Georgina Fontana (4) Ms. Ovetta Forge (7) Ms. Ernestine Freeman (2) Ms. Gayline Freeman (1)
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Rev. Sandra E. Freeman (3) The Family of Ardis Freeze (1) Mrs. Elizabeth M. Frey (4) Mr. Howard Fulghen (1) Mr. Paul J. Gambka (11) Mr. John W. Gardner, Jr. and Mrs. Mona K. Ross-Gardner (10) Ms. Saymatha Gaston (5) Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gates (1) Mr. Frederick Gates and Rev. Sharlyn Gates (4) Mr. Robert D. Gawne (3) Ms. Edna Gaynor (1) Mr. Lloyd Geering (8) Ms. Denise Giallombardo (1) Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert (1) Mr. Gregory Gillham (2) Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gire (2) Ms. Everlena Glenn (2) Ms. Lauren Glosson (1) Ms. Rita Gniewek (1) Rev. Sarah F. Godbehere (1) Shirley Gooden Trust (1) Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Goodwin, Jr. (4) Ms. Alyssa Gosik (1) Mrs. Ruth Granlund (1) Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Grant (1) Ms. Julie L. Granthen (8) Mr. Louis Green (1) Ms. Mary E. Green (1) Ms. Dana Greene (1) Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Gregory (4) Mrs. Toni D. Greig (13) Ms. Elizabeth Griffin (10) Mrs. Dora Griffith (5) Ms. Artelia J. Griggs (1) Ms. Beverly J. Grimes (1) Mr. Reginald Grimmett (1) Mr. Thomas Guastello (1) Ms. Michelle Guillemette (1) Ms. Sylvia E. Guillemette (3) Ms. Fidelis Guoan (4) Ms. Edith M. Gutowski (11)
Ms. Paula Hager (7) Ms. Shirley Hairston-Tucker (1) Ms. Cheryl Hamilton (2) Ms. Reisa A. Hamilton (5) Ms. Susan L. Hammersmith (2) Mrs. Suzan L. Harbin (1) Harbor Springs Bay View Reading Club (3) Ms. Georgia A. Hardin (5) Ms. Lizabeth H. Hardy (1) Ms. Darlene L. Haremza (2) Ms. Vernice Harper (4) Ms. Sara Harris (1) Ms. Vivian Harris (1) Yulanda Harris, Ed.D. (5) Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Hartley (4) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Harvey (1) Mr. James W. Hatcher (3) Deborah shows off her medal at the Village Victory Cup!
Mrs. Mary A. Hawkins (4) Mr. Nehemiah Hawkins (1) Mr. Daniel Head (1) Ms. Carrie K. Heagle (1) Ms. Elaine Hearns (16) Mrs. Virginia Heighes (1) Mrs. Jennifer L. Heim (5) Mr. Scott Heine (1) Ms. Katherine Heinrich (6) Ms. Marilyn Heldt (6) Ms. Ruthenia Henderson (17) Ms. Deanna Hendricks (4) Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hendrickson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Henry, Jr. (1) Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Peter J.M. Henry (7) Mr. Larry V. Herbert (1) Dr. Anita M. Herman, Ed.D. (4) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hibbard (6) Ms. Janet L. Hibner (1) Ms. Dolores Hicks (1) Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Hicks, Jr. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark High (1) Ms. Betty Hildebrandt (2) Mrs. Dolores Hill (5) Ms. Kerri Hill (1) Ms. Gretchen R. Hirsch (4) Mrs. Marjorie Hirt (4) Mr. Jim Hoddy (2) Ms. Mary R. Hofrichter (1) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holdridge (1) Ms. Kay Hollister (1) Hollywood Super Markets (2) Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Honeycheck (4) Ms. Beverly Hooks (1) Mr. Michael F. Hooton (4) Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hornfisher (1) Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Hornfisher (1) Mr. Thom Hosinski (9) Rev. William Wyne and Mrs. Josie Howard-Wyne (2) Mrs. Wanda M. Hubbell (1) Rev. and Mrs. David Huber (10)
Mr. Harold E. Hughey (1) Ms. Constance E. Hunter (4) Mr. John W. Hushen (8) Ms. Motoko F. Huthwaite (3) Ms. Janice Ingraham (4) Mr. Kevin G. Irwin, II (4) Ms. Genevieve O. Isaacs (1) Ms. Catherine Jackson (1) Mrs. Charity Jackson (4) Ms. Dolores Jackson (3) Mrs. Patricia A. Jackson (1) Ms. Sharon L. Jackson (2) Ms. Sheila Jackson (1) Mrs. Vera Jackson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jacob (1) Mrs. Cheryl A. Jacobs (23) Ms. Kaddijatou Jallow (1) Ms. Linda Janetski (4) JC Brick (1) Ms. Andrea Jenkins (4) Dr. Dorothy S. Jenkins (3) Ms. Anna May Jezak (1) Ms. Amber Johnson (1) Ms. Bobby J. Johnson (1) Ms. Dejanell Johnson (1) Mr. Edwin A. Johnson, Jr. (5) Ms. Fannie Johnson (2) Ms. Henrietta Johnson (3) Erselean attended the PVM gala thanks to a donor!
Mr. Robert Johnson (2) Mr. Robert L. Johnson, Sr. (1) Ms. Brenda Johnston (3) Ms. Elaine C. Johnston (2) Ms. Bernice Jones (2) Mr. Charles M. Jones, Jr. (3) Mr. David Jones (1) Ms. Deborah Jones (1) Ms. Janet Jones (1) Ms. Mary F. Jones (2) Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jones (1) Ms. Deloris M. Jordan (5) Ms. Eleanore Jozwiak (3) Mr. and Mrs. James Juners (2) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kalka (9) Ms. Stacey L. Kallenbach (2) Mr. Roderick W. Kallgren (14) Ms. Holly Kaszuba (6) Ms. Kate Kelly (1) Ms. Lorraine Kelsch (1) Ms. Mayetta Kemp (1) Ms. Pauline Kenner (12) Ms. Brenda Kerr (3) Ms. Lois A. Kerr (14) Mrs. Shirley J. Keyser (1) Ms. Emmarine Kidd (2) Ms. Geraldine L. Kidd (7) Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough (11) Drs. Robert and Donna King (7) Mrs. Frances King (1) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King (2) Mr. Kenneth Bissey and Ms. Joyce King (11) Ms. Yolanda King (1) Ms. Linda C. Klebba (1) Ms. Stacey L. Klooster (7) Ms. Fawn Y. Knight (1) Ms. Lucy Knowles (3) Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Knowlton (1) Ms. Madeleine Kocsisko (1) Ms. Carol A. Kopf (1) Mr. Don Kopka (2) Ms. Voneta Korpi (1) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Kraft (1) Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Kress (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Kronner (2) Kropf Mechanical Service Company (1) Dr. Vernon Kuehn (14) Mr. Gary R. Kuerbitz (1) Ms. Rhonda Kuhn (12) Ms. Judi Kuykendall (1) Mr. Michael J. Kurcz (2) L and J Matthews Electric Inc. (1) Mr. and Mrs. Cornell LaLone (1) Ms. Denise M. Lamar (15) Ms. Virginia Langford (1) Ms. Caroline Lannin (1) Mrs. Lucile R. Latta (1) Ms. Therese Lawless (2) Ms. Regina Lawson (3) Ms. Mary M. Layton (1) Mrs. Arline M. Lee (1) Dr. Bobby Lee (1) Mrs. Annie Legrand (5) Mrs. Joan F. Lehoczky (8) Mrs. Gail Leino (1) Ms. Shirley Leko (1) Ms. Renee M. Lenont (1) Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. (3) Ms. Bernice Lewis (2) Ms. Bertha Lewis (2) Mr. and Mrs. Duane M. Lewis (4) Mrs. Ruth M. Lewis (2) Mr. Mark Lezotte and Ms. Patricia Little (13) Ms. Catherine L. Liesman (6) Ms. Anne Lilla (3) Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church (4) Mr. Randy D. Lindenberg (1) Ms. Jo Ann Lipkins (1) Ms. Carol Lipski (2) Dr. Mary E. Lloyd (7) Ms. Dorothy Loessel (3) Lottie M. Schmidt and Thompson Insurance Agency (1) Mr. Jason Lovelly (6)
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Ms. Chlanda Lucas (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lucido (1) Ms. Rose Luptowski (3) Ms. Phylliss Luttrell (1) M. W. King David Grand Lodge AF and AM (1) Mr. and Mrs. John G. Macalla (1) Ms. Tyquima Mack (1) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Macksoud (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MacPherson (1) Ms. Sammale Mahaffey (1) Ms. Melissa A. Malane (15) Mr. Nick Malendowski (2) Mrs. Denise Malley (2) Mr. Del Diego Manning (11) Mrs. Lois Manville (7) Ms. Judy Marchioni (1) Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Massingille (6) Lorraine D. Matson Foundation (17) Ms. Arielle Matthews (1) Ms. Charlotte Matthews (2) Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mayer (11) Ms. Janet H. Mazzara (7) Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Mbidzo (4) Ms. Mary Mbiya (1) Mr. Ian S. McCain (1) Mr. Roy McCalister, Jr. (1) Mr. and Mrs. James McCandless (4) Mrs. Connie McCann (6) Ms. Kimberly McCartha (2) Ms. Margaret F. McCarthy (1) Ms. Kelly McCarty (1) Ms. Catherine McCauley (2) Ms. Minnie McCree (3) Mr. and Mrs. Mac McDougall (1) Mr. and Mrs. Owen H. McGill (1) Ms. Betty McIlwain (3) Miss LaShand McIlwain (1) Mrs. Natalie R. McIntyre (3) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKenzie (1) Ms. Doris McLiechey (1) Mr. Patrick W. McLogan (10)
DEAR DONORS, YOUâ€™RE DOING GREAT WORK! THANK YOU! Ms. Clyde L. McMichael (1) Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. McSwain (18)* Mrs. Jody Meagher (3) Mr. A.D. Meeks (1) Mrs. Frances Metcalf (3) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Meuchel (3) Michael J. Nickerson and Associates PC (1) Mr. and Mrs. Al Mickelson (2) Mr. and Mrs. Brent Middleton (1) Mr. and Mrs. John Mikulski (1) Mr. Donell Miles (5) Mr. Robert Milewski (1) Ms. Deb Miller (1) Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Miller (1) Ms. Latosha L. Miller (1) Ms. Lois H. Miller (13) Ms. Marye E. Miller (1) Ms. Alexis Mitchell (1) Ms. Marilou Mitchell (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mogg (3) Mr. and Mrs. John Moilanen (1) Ms. Betty Moore (1) Ms. Delilah Moore (2) Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Moore (2) Ms. Marissa R. Moore (1) Mr. Michael J. Moran (1) Ms. Betty Ann Morgan (4) Mr. Scott Morrell (1) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrill (1) Mrs. Helen Morrison (1) Mr. Matthew Moss (8)
PVM resident Will Henderson and former PVM Foundation Board member Betsy Creedon. At a fundraising event in 2017, Will told his story of overcoming addiction and finding hope.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Muench (9) Ms. Deborah A. Muhich (1) Ms. Donna Mukogawa (1) Mrs. Kathleen Mumford (5) Ms. Shawna O. Murry (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mike Naber (1) Ms. Rachel Nagorsen (2) Mrs. Diane Nagy (1) Mr. Allan T. Napieralski (2) Mrs. Miriam Napolotano (1) Ms. Sharon R. Navarro (2) Dr. and Mrs. Dale Nester (9) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. Nethercut (8) New Silver Star Missionary Baptist Church (1) Mrs. Janet Newell (16) Mr. James K. Newton (1) Mr. John Nichols (4) Mr. Robert Louis Nichols (1) Ms. Zan Nicolli (7) Ms. Doris I. Nielson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Nine (2) Mrs. Maryanne Noble (3) Ms. Marguerite Nolan (1) Mrs. Patricia A. Nolan (1) Mr. and Mrs. John Nowacki (1)
Ms. Pat O’Connor (1) Ms. Jaina Odette (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Odom (2) Mr. Wayne Oehmke (2) Mrs. Janet M. Oldham (3) Mr. Mitchell G. Oliver (3) Ms. Gail A. Olson (1) The Orchards Golf Estates Association (1) Ms. Emma E. Orczykowski (3) Mr. Frank Ortiz (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Orvis (1) Ms. Sally Osborn (1) Ms. Bobby Oubre (1) Overcomers Life Changing Intl Ministries (1) Ms. Donna Owens (1) Ms. Linda Owens (4) Ms. Margarita F. Oxholm (1) Ms. Beverley Pack (1) Ms. Emeline Parada (2) Mr. Bunia Parker (6) Mrs. Diana D. Parker (16) Ms. Joyce Parlor (3) Mr. Chester Parsell (1) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Patrick (1) Ms. Josie Patrick (3) Ms. Sarah Pauling (2) Ms. Jennifer M. Pauly (10) Mr. and Mrs. David P. Pawlitz (1) Mrs. Rosetta Peace (3) Ms. Gloria J. Pender (3) Rev. John E. Peoples (1) Mr. John M. Perkins (1) Mike and Sue Perkins (1) Mr. and Mrs. James B. Perry (1) Ms. Nicole Peterson (1) Ms. Maxie J. Petry (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Pettibone (1) Ms. Valerie Phelan (1) Ms. Monique Phillips (2) Ms. Judy L. Piccininni (3) Ms. Terrah C. Pittiglio-Dalrick (1)
Ms. Jennifer M. Polio (2) Mr. John Polk (1) Bob and Patti Pollack (1) Ms. Esther Polmanteer (6) Mr. Robert Pond (1) Ms. Ernestine Poole (1) The Honorable Wendy Potts and Mr. David Potts (1) Ms. June Powell (1) Mrs. Jean Powell (1) Mr. James Powers (1) Ms. Sandy Praught (4) Rev. Deacon and Mrs. Benjamin Prince (1) Ms. Kayla P. Pritula (1) Ms. Gloria Prophet (1) Ms. Bernadine Pruitt (2) Ms. Frances Pudvan (3) Mrs. Gail P. Quann (9) Ms. Marie D. Quint (15) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rachwitz (4) Ram’s Horn Restaurant (2) Ms. Sandra Ramsey (2) Ms. Gertie Rankin (2) Ms. Josephine R. Redd (4) Ms. Gladys Redlin (1) Ms. April Reed (1) Mrs. Margaret Reed (1) Ms. Tanisha Reed-Hobbs (7) Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Reese (1) Mr. and Mrs. William D. Reith, P.E. (1) Ms. Patricia A. Rencher (3) Mr. Edward P. Revis (3) Mr. Robert F. Rhoades (1) Mrs. Romayne Rhodes (3) Ms. Loretta Rich (1) Mrs. Carolyn Richardson (2) Ms. Thelma Richardson (7) Mr. Bud Rubens and Ms. Nancy Richey (1) Mrs. Barbara Riddle (1) Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rieke (1) Ms. Melissa Riesterer (5) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Ms. Jelena D. Ristich (1) Ms. Ardis Rivers (1) Ms. Rebecca Robbins (1) Ms. Cassie M. Roberts (11) Ms. Nancy Roberts (1) Ms. Gwendolyn Robertson (2) Mr. and Mrs. Tad Robertson (1) Ms. Gladys Robinson (1) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Robinson (1) Ms. Jacqueline H. Roda (4) Ms. Barbara A. Roddis (1) ROG Mechanical (11) Mr. Derrick Roman (1) Roseville Glass Co., LLC (2) Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Ross (22) Miss Sallie Ross (2) Mr. Jordan Roth and Ms. Missy Sebring (1) Mrs. Ruth Roth (1) Ms. Kathleen L. Royal (1) Ms. Mary P. Rudolph (1) Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Runyan (29) Ms. Louise Rush (1) Rev. and Mrs. James P. Russell (15) Ms. Rose M. Saffold (5) Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Santana (1) Mrs. Anna Sape (3) Ms. Constance Sarkozi (6) Ms. Thelma Saunders (3) Ms. Blanche Scaffhauser (1) Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Scanlan (1) The Family of Mildred Schaefer (1) Ms. Morag Schang (11) Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Schirmer (1) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid (15) Ms. Alberta Schuler (2) Ms. Caroline Schultz (1) Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Schwiebert (1) Mr. Gene L. Scofield (1) Ms. Bonnie Scott (2) Ms. Brenda Scott (1)
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Ms. Gwendolyn Scott (2) Mr. and Mrs. Arden W. Shafer, Jr. (2) Mr. Faheem Shakoor (1) Ms. Kristin Shannon (1) Mrs. Janice B. Shaw (9) Ms. Jackie Sheeldrick (1) Shelton and Louise Tappes Chapter (1) Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shepard (1) Ms. Regina Sherman (4) Ms. Kristine V. Sherwood (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Shim (1) Mrs. Christine P. Sierengowski (1) Ms. Dawn Siggett (2) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simmons (1) Ms. Mary Simmons (1) Ms. Tanzania Singleton (1) Mr. and Ms. Jeffrey Siporin (1) Mr. and Mrs. William Slayton (2) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sloss (3) Mrs. Mandy Sly (1) Ms. Jean Smit (1) Ms. Bernice Smith (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce I. Smith (15) Ms. Carol J. Smith (3) Mr. Dale M. Smith (4) Mr. David Smith (1) Ms. Debbie Smith (6) Ms. Mattie E. Smith (5) Mrs. Renee Smith (1) Ms. Sandra Smith (1) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smogor (7) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder (3) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sonnenberg (1) Mr. and Mrs. David Sonnenberg (10) Mrs. Lisa M. Sonnenberg (1) Southeast Westland Homeowners Association (1) Ms. Donna Space (1) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Spaller (13) Mr. Ronald L. Spears and Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears (7)* Ms. Madonna Spence (5)
Ms. Leslie Spencer (1) Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout (10) Ms. Virginia M. Spurr (1) St. Andrewâ€™s Presbyterian Church (12) Ms. Elaine Stafford (1) Ms. Nancy L. Stager (1) Ms. Michelle L. Steffen (16) Ms. Marian C. Stephens (6) Ms. Rachelle A. Stephenson (3) Ms. Sherry L. Stepulla (1) Ms. Cynthia A. Sterling (3) Ms. Melissa Stevens (2) Ms. Catherine Stewart (3) Mrs. Mary E. Stewart (1) Ms. Pamela Stewart (1) Mrs. Gloria S. Stokes (12) Mrs. Patricia Stokes (3) Ms. Gladys Stolzenfeld (1) Ms. Laurie Strachan (1) Ms. Dell Stubblefield (2) Ms. Kiara Sullivan (2) You make car shows (like the one this resident is enjoying), holiday parties and other resident activities possible!
Residents and staff from The Park at Trowbridge had a great time at PVMâ€™s Village Victory Cup!
Ms. Karen M. Sumpter (2) Sunshine Vending (2) Ms. Betty R. Swartz (1) Ms. Sally Swayne (2) Ms. Neva C. Sweet (1) Ms. Beverly Tarien (3) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Taylor (14) Mrs. Barbara Taylor (6) Ms. Margo Taylor (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Taylor (4) Ms. Neco Taylor (1) Ms. Shige Taylor (7) Technical Hot and Cold (4) Mrs. Kathy Telck (1) Mr. and Mrs. William Ten Eyck (7) Ms. Harriet B. Terlecki (13) Ms. Dawn E. Terrano (1) Ms. Carmen Thomas (7) Ms. Jacquie Thomas (1) Mr. Allan W. Thompson (1) Mrs. Georgia M. Thompson (6) Mr. and Mrs. John Thorhauer (1) Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits (12) Mr. and Mrs. Graham Tillotson (2)
Tim Hortons (1) Rev. Dr. Allen D. Timm and Dr. Janna C. Roop (5) Mr. E. Kern Tomlin (16) Mr. Edward Tomlin (1) Ms. Dakota M. Torina (2) Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Torp (4) Total One Resources (1) Mr. and Mrs. Hyren Trawick (2) Mr. James Turnbore (1) Mahjong Group at Perry Farm Village (1) Ms. Laurie Tusly (1) Ms. Judith Twigg (1) Ms. Rochelle Upfal (2) Urban Aging L3C (1) Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz (5) Valero (1) Ms. Julie Van Ameyde (1) Mr. Leon VanWassenhove (1) Mrs. Loretta Vass (1) Ms. Katherine Vena (1) Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ventour (1) The Village of Hampton Meadows Resident Council (9)
The Village of Oakland Woods Garden Club (1) The Village of Oakland Woods Resident Council (4) Mr. Douglas R. Vincent and Ms. Janet Lemieux (15) Mrs. Virginia Visner (5) Ms. Elizabeth Volstromer (10) Mrs. Kathy D. Vosburg (2) Ms. Jacqueline L. Voyles (5) Ms. Joyce Wagner (1) Mr. Charles Walker (1) Ms. Gwendolyn L. Walker (2) Mr. and Mrs. W. James Walker (15) Mrs. Darlene Wallace (3) Mr. Ron Davenport and Mrs. Donna Wallace (1) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wallison (1) Ms. Carol L. Wallwork (9) Mr. Olaf Walter (2) Mr. David Walton (1) Mr. Samuel Warren (3) Warren Family Fund, Mrs. Dorothy Warren (8) Ms. Shirley Washington (2) Mrs. Sophie Wasik (3) Ms. Johnnie Mae Watkins (4) Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Webb (6) Stacey and Bruce Welford (7) Ms. Ann Werner (7) Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wetherby (3) Mr. and Mrs. Dennis White (1) Mrs. Sharon L. White (2) Mrs. Vivian J. White (3) Mr. Thomas G. Whittingham (1) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wilcox (12)* Ms. Joyce Wilde (1) Miss Jackie Wilkes (1) Ms. Linda K. Wilkin (1) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Willett (1) Ms. Katie William (1) Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Williams (1) Ms. Barbara A. Williams (3) Ms. Carolyn M. Williams (2) Presbyterian Villages of Michigan
Mrs. Delores F. Williams (5) Ms. Estella Williams (1) Mr. Russell Williams (1) Ms. Tonika Williams (1) Mr. Lawrence Willingham and Miss Jackie Wilkes (2) Ms. Cynthia Wilson (2) Ms. Deborah Wilson (1) Mr. Erik J. Wilson (1) Ms. Milly Wilson (5) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Wink (1) Mr. Stanley Wojcik (2) Mrs. Doris A. Wood (9) Ms. Ginny Wood-Brodrick, L.M.S.W. (1) Mrs. Miriam Woodcock (2) Ms. Joanna L. Woods (3) Mr. and Mrs. William Wreford (4) Ms. Willetta Wright (1) Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Wujcik (14) Ms. Dawn D. Yargeau (1) Ms. Marlene J. Young (1) Mr. and Mrs. John Zaroff (1) Dr. Beverly Zelt (1) Ms. Karen Ziginow (12) Mr. and Mrs. David R. Zimmer (5) Mr. L. Pahl Zinn (4)
✴In-Kind Gift Donors Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batcheller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bessert Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brideau Mr. John Buffa Mrs. Cellestine Carter Ms. Carol Chastain Chateau Chantal Ms. Bobie Clement Mr. John Cooke Cranbrook Institute of Science Mr. Keegan Deboer Delta Manor Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix Detroit Red Wings
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Detroit Tigers, Inc. Detroit Zoological Society Dixon Inc. Masonry Construction Ms. Jacqueline J. Dixon Mary Doher Estate Emagine Theaters Ms. Wendy Erickson Eric’s I’ve Been Framed Shop Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. Gregory Gillham Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham Ms. Julie L. Granthen Mr. Stuart Grigg Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Gross Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Higgs Dr. LaDonna A. Holley Hotel St. Regis Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters Inn on Ferry Street Mr. Bruce Ish Ms. Sandra Jakubiak Ms. Marilyn Knight Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle Meadow Brook Theatre MJR Digital Cinemas Ms. Elizabeth Moses Ms. Lisa Nagle Navy Pier Mrs. Mary M. Neff Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission P.R.P. Wine International, Inc. Ms. Jessica Pappas Mr. Elmer R. Pekarek Marian Petersen Estate Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Mrs. Kelly Samonie Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Ms. Jannie M. Scott Shield’s of Southfield Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snider Mr. and Mrs. David Sonnenberg
Mr. Ronald L. Spears and Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears Ms. Rae A. Stachnik Sycamore Hills Golf Club Mrs. Avni Thomas Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Total Health Systems Ms. Rochelle Upfal The Villa at The Village of Redford The Village of East Harbor Staff Stacey and Bruce Welford Ms. Cynthia Wilkins Mr. Mark Wollenweber
Mr. Nixon’s home was modified to be safer for him and his wife!
*Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.
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 best possibilities in life for a diverse¹ group of seniors. The transformation includes:
IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE 2030 ‘PORTRAIT’, DURING THE NEXT THREE YEARS, PVM WILL PURSUE THREE STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS. 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.
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
3greater intentional state-wide focus across Michigan markets,
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. •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’. • 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. Diversity includes economic, religious, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, etc. throughout PVM
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“Other resources” include social capital, relationships/partnership, brand equity and image, etc.)
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 2017, PVM continued the implementation of the strategic plan that included progress toward archiving the previously adopted strategic initiatives for PVM as described below. 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 and graphically depicted on the following slide. 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 Develop 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
3.4 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. S ecure 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 Become the partner of choice for health systems, payors and ACO’s covering PVM’s market areas.
3.3 C ultivate and expand research partnerships with academic institutions.
3.6Review 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
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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 James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Director 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 W. 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 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS William L. Ball, Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance George B. Millush, Jr., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn J. Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Johnnie C. Jackson, Vice Chair for Marketing Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First James S. Gompers, Vice Chair for Risk Management Henry Johnson, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Roshunda Price, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Valerie Stokes, Assistant Secretary
DIRECTORS William L. Ball James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Director Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L. Hollowell David A. Imesch Johnnie C. Jackson Henry Johnson Duane Lewis Gary Ley George B. Millush, Jr.
Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. Ted Payne Roshunda Price W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin Russell Youngdahl, Jr. Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers
PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation
DIRECTORS Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi John Denler Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble
David F. Lau Donald A. Lindow Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert R. Schroeder Donna Snider Denise Turman
John E. Utley Mark Wallace Ex-Officio: William L. Ball Roger L. Myers
PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN EXECUTIVE TEAM Lynn Alexander, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian W. Carnaghi, Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Development (CFO) Chelsea Eisele, Executive Director, Vista Grande Villa 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 J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation Roger Myers, President and CEO Katrina Summersett, Director of Risk Management and Quality and Corporate Compliance Officer Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director, McFarlan Villages Michele White, Executive Director, The Village of Westland
PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan Alpena Alpena Pines 989.278.4250 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. Marthaâ€™s 313.582.8088 The Village of Woodbridge Manor 313.494.9000 Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077
Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan**
PACE Central Michigan***
* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations ** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System *** In collaboration with Michigan Masonic Home
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 Villages of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679 Vista Grande Villa 517.879.1839 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 Saviourâ€™s Manor 734.595.4663 The Village of Westland 734.728.5222
Fort Gratiot Township
Battle Creek Jackson
For more information about a Village near you visit www.pvm.org or call 248.281.2020
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PACE Southeast Michigan: Southfield, Dearborn, Warren & Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 855.445.4554 PACE Central Michigan: 833.532.6981 CareSync Solutions 248.773.4550 Metro In-Home Solutions 313.297.1342 Bay Connect 231.526.7108