PVM Annual Report 2021

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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS Roshunda L. Price, Chair Gary Ley, Vice Chair for Finance Duane Lewis, Vice Chair for Governance Johnnie Jackson, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Kenneth L. Hollowell, Chair for Facilities Advancement Martha Nield, Secretary Katrina Summersett, Assistant Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO

Johnnie C. Jackson Gary Ley Roshunda L. Price Charles Tommasulo Henry Johnson Duane M. Lewis Martha Nield

DIRECTORS Ted L. Payne Rev. Dr. Louis Prues Paul Bridgewater Dr. Gwendolyn Graddy-Dansby, M.D. Dr. Lynda Jeffries, Ph.D. Kenneth L. Hollowell David Frauenheim

Director Emeritus, Natalie E. Brothers

Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2022 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


Guided by our Christian heritage, we serve all seniors creating new possibilities for quality living. Vision We will continue to transform senior living and services, enhancing the communities we serve. Core Purpose We create diverse environments, programs and services where seniors are able to achieve their best possibilities and purposes in life.

Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi John H. Denler, Jr. Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Paul J. Hubbard Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble Duane M. Lewis Donald A. Lindow Lisa Machesky

DIRECTORS Robert V. Peterson Debra Romalia Robert R. Schroeder John E. Utley Mark Wallace Michelle Williams Ex-Officio: Roshunda L. Price 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) Jessica Gross, R.N. Administrator, The Village of Rosebush Manor

LaDonna Holley Senior Vice President & Chief Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Officer Mark Kronner Chief Technology Officer David M. Miller Executive Director, The Village of East Harbor

Paul J. Miller, CFRE President, PVM Foundation Roger L. Myers President and CEO Katrina Summersett Director of Risk Management and Quality & Corporate Compliance Officer

Erica Thrash-Sall Executive Director, McFarlan Villages Michele White Executive Director, The Village of Westland Barbara Woodward-Boonstra Executive Director, Perry Farm Village



Greetings Friends and Stakeholders of PVM! Senior living and services have undergone massive change and challenges. Yet the time is right for being transformational. PVM endeavors to emerge vibrant and stronger. In 2021 we made great strides in doing so. Among the many accomplishments were: Effective and timely communication of numerous public health and regulatory orders/guidelines. Vaccine clinics with high participation by residents and staff that were among the first in the county. Major improvements in overall cyber protection. Innovative uses of technology with smart homes, Google nests and other devices. Stable supplies of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Increased assistance financially for staff via increased cost share of some benefits and an emergency fund during the pandemic for staff and their families as needed. Effective advocacy at all levels of government. Increased the PVM public profile via earned media, social media and digital marketing. Solid progress with eight major development projects underway. Significant progress in securing major funding. Accomplishing the directions and initiatives in the 2019-2021 strategic plan. Expanded collaborations with universities and colleges. This important work was made possible by the contributions of all of you - giving of your time, talent and treasure in such a generous fashion. We at PVM hold you in the highest regard and look forward to our future accomplishments. As one of our board members stated: “That sure is what it is all about!”

Roshunda L. Price Chair - PVM Board of Directors

Roger L. Myers PVM President & CEO



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“Our time on earth is finite; but our chance to make a difference is infinite.” ­ - A NONYMOU S -



Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is comprised of diverse and dedicated individuals who share a common bond: our chance to make a difference. A difference that touches the lives of residents and their families, seniors and communities. In 2021 we made great strides with “transforming senior living and services”. This 2021 PVM Annual Report highlights some key events that represent the individuals and teams that are making a difference every day in the lives of others. There are hundreds of these stories that blend together to create the rich tapestry that is PVM. Be sure to check out our websites at pvm.org and pvmfoundation.org, and our LinkedIn and Face Book pages to see the full picture of 2021.



NATALIE BROTHERS CELEBRATED 100 YEARS PVM Board Member Emeritus Ms. Brothers has inspired others for decades: in education, community development and with the growth of PVM. She continues to be stalwart in her dedication to the PVM Board. She has been influential in PVM’s commitment to senior housing in Detroit. At her birthday celebration she was interviewed by the media and asked what her secret was to attaining her amazing longevity. She replied that enjoying whatever you like in moderation is a key to success. She went on to say that she enjoys a White Castle hamburger from time to time due to her deep seated roots in Detroit. Several leaders from White Castle heard the interview with Charlie Langton of Fox News and delivered 100 of their hamburgers to her celebration as a surprise gift. This added a special touch to the heartfelt best wishes of many family and friends who joined in via Zoom.

SPRING MEADOWS MADE A DIFFERENCE The Village of Spring Meadows in Jackson exemplified what we like to portray in that PVM residents are always finding ways to give back to their communities. It is a Give-and -Take, not a one-way street. This team of talented knitters answered a Call to Action by the surrounding community. While they were setting up their annual participation in the Toys for Tots Program they asked if there was anything else they could do to help out. The answer was that there were 4000 hats needed for 0-14 year old children. Six residents joined forces and in just seven weeks were able to create 68 hats to help. One of the residents, Bee Daniel, is 96 years of age. This group continues to meet weekly; they are already up to 49 hats to contribute for 2022. We bet they will definitely top last year’s contribution. Spring Meadows knitting team.

THE HUMANA VILLAGE VICTORY CUP Enthusiasm remained high for the 2021 Humana Village Victory cup even though it had to be held remotely. The competition continued to be fierce to capture the Cup. The Village of Westland was victorious in the end. The Village of Oakland Woods captured the Spirit Award. Many thanks to HUMANA for sponsoring this important event.



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Due to successful advocacy in partnership with LeadingAge, PVM was one of the first organizations in the country to be able to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to any residents, staff and board members who wanted to take advantage of this life-saving initiative.

Bill Ball, immediate past Chair of the PVM Board, providing inspiration while receiving his COVID-19 shot at The Village of Sage Grove.

Delta Manor was founded as the first national senior affordable living complex sponsored by a sorority.

Delta Manor welcomes Secretary Fudge (L to R: Barbara Anderson, Delta Manor President; Secretary Fudge; and Valda Scott, Administrator).


VISIT FROM HUD SECRETARY MARCIA FUDGE In her first visit to Detroit HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge toured Delta Manor and Thome Rivertown. She was impressed with the quality of these communities and stated that this is the way housing and services should be provided. Madam Secretary Fudge has ties to both communities. As a sorority sister of many board members at Delta Manor (founded by Delta Sigma Theta) she was pleased to accept their invitation to visit. She has personal ties as well to a resident at Thome Rivertown. She pledged support for more affordable housing and services to provide quality of life for a growing demographic.



Ribbon Cutting at University Meadows

The Village of Westland received $1,000,000 in funding.

Making a Difference By Design

PVM’s vision of transforming senior living and services came to life in a dramatic fashion during 2021. These photos capture touchstone celebrations and announcements built upon years of strategic planning and development. These communities will not only meet the present day needs of our growing senior population but will be transformational well into the future.

Announcement of funding for Court Street at McFarlan.

Ribbon Cutting at the Harbor Inn Ranch Apartments at the Village of East Harbor.


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Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director of McFarlan Charitable Corporation and PVM, won both the Robert Wood Johnson Award For Health Equity, LeadingAge & Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Crain’s Notable Executives in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director of McFarlan Charitable Corporation and PVM

Increasing Diversity, One Intern At A Time PVM is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice. Related to our continuous journey of education, awareness, recognition, self-discovery, and celebration, in 2021 we built upon the previous work of building a business case for DEI that had been approved by the PVM Board of Directors. Leaders and employees participated in Diversity and Inclusion training; and an Intercultural Development Inventory was provided for the Executive Team and Diversity & Inclusion Council members. The PVM Board has developed a framework and focus for DEIJ. This framework will be cascaded to local boards, leaders, employees and residents. PVM Board Chair Roshunda Price with our summer interns Beryl Bannerman, Hannah Miller, Derrek Chung, and Hector Duran, with PVM President CEO Roger Myers.




Overall PVM Financial Position ($000 omitted)










AS OF 12/31/21



AS OF 12/31/20





$208,574 REVENUES






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Dear Amazing, Generous, and Thoughtful Donor: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! Because you cared enough to donate, an older adult is better off today and well into the future. Your gifts made the following possible: ‫ ظ‬A brand new wellness center at The Village of East Harbor — constructed with sole focus on the unique needs of an older adult ‫ ظ‬Providing an alternative for living in a nursing home through Sunrise PACE at The Village of Lake Huron Woods James S. Gompers, PVM Foundation Board Chair

‫ ظ‬Going for the gold! PVM’s Senior Olympic type games called The Village Victory Cup ‫ ظ‬PVM’s Resident Emergency Help Fund helped 66 older adults with low and fixed incomes weather medical emergencies and financial hardship ‫ ظ‬Resident Activities for older adults with low incomes, from trips to the DIA to painting classes, and much more. ‫ ظ‬Affordable Housing. Four PVM Villages expand housing and services to welcome an additional 1,200 older adults by 2025. Without your donation, these things could not happen… THANK YOU for caring. Your gift makes a difference each and every day. On behalf of the older adults you have helped, thank you so much!

Paul Miller, PVM Foundation President


You’re amazing! Please continue your generous support and we can continue to innovate so Michigan’s older adults age well and equitably. With gratitude and appreciation,

James S. Gompers,

Paul Miller, CFRE

Board Chair, Presbyterian Villages of MI Foundation

President, Presbyterian Villages of MI Foundation

Thank you!



RECOGNITION FOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE PVM stakeholders were recognized in many ways in 2021 for making a difference.

VEH swept the awards ceremony with these outstanding professionals:

Roshunda Price, PVM Board Chair, was awarded Crain’s Notable Nonprofit Board Member The Caring Spirit Award:

LeadingAge Michigan made PVM and the Village of East Harbor (VEH) center stage at their Annual conference and Members gala: Gary Gendernalik

VEH Board Member and attorney

Trustee of the Year Award. Allison Bidinger

Infection Preventionist/Staff Development at VEH

Outstanding Mentor Award Tom Wyllie

Director of Innovation and Wellness

Leadership In Action Award.

Sue McCallum Community Liaison

Thomas Krali Groundskeeper

Jennifer Moreno Unit Secretary

Paige Rumanik HR Assistant

Fran Phillips CNA

Joyce Rupersburg Activities

Eva Farkas LPN

Jordanka Marinoska Housekeeping

Hometown Hero Awards Allison Bidinger Two-time winner!

Jillian Stirrett LTC Manager

Scott Miller Environmental Services Manager

Chelsea Schroeder MDS Coordinator

This recognition highlights the notion that “It takes A Village”. In fact the entire PVM team deserves recognition for their constant dedication to Service Excellence during challenging times – the strength of PVM that allows us to continue to make a difference.


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 Township The Village of East Harbor 586.725.6030 Clinton Township The Village of Peace Manor 586.790.4500

PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan

Embrace the Possibilities

Harbor Springs Onaway Alpena

Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan** PACE Central Michigan*** * Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations


** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System

Bay City

Fort Gratiot Township

Flint Holly

*** In collaboration with Michigan Masonic Home


Battle Creek Jackson

Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland


Dearborn Gibraltar

St. Clair Shores

Detroit Delta Manor 313.259.5140 Hartford Village 313.270.9700 The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 313.259.9000 The Village of Bethany Manor 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley 313.832.9922 The Village of Harmony Manor 313.934.4000 The Village of Oakman Manor 313.957.0210 The Village of St. Martha’s 313.582.8088 The Village of University Meadows 313.831.6440 The Village of Woodbridge Manor 313.494.9000 Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077 Fort Gratiot Township The Village of Lake Huron Woods 810.385.9516 Gibraltar The Village of Gibraltar Manor 734.676.4802 Harbor Springs Perry Farm Village 231.526.1500 The Village of Hillside 231.526.7108 Holly The Village of Holly Woodlands 248.634.0592 Jackson The Village of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679

Kalamazoo The Village of Sage Grove 269.567.3300 Onaway Lynn Street Manor 989.733.2661 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 Warren The Village of Warren Glenn 586.751.5090 Westland The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor 734.595.4663 The Village of Westland 734.728.5222


PACE Southeast Michigan: Serving all of Macomb county, and most of Wayne and Oakland counties 855.445.4554 PACE Central Michigan: Serves 51 zip codes, which include all of Isabella, Clare, Gladwin and Roscommon counties, as well as most of Gratiot County, approximately half of Montcalm and Midland counties, and smaller portions of Mecosta, Osceola, Bay, Arenac, Ogemaw, Crawford and Missawkee counties. 833.532.6981

Diversity and Inclusion is the Heart of Our Business! Non-Discrimination Policy

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

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, and protected veteran status.

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