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PR E SBY TER IAN VILL AGE S OF MICHIGAN

LOVE THE PEOPLE. LOVE THE PLACE.

EMBRACE THE POSSIBILITIES

PVM 2014 Annual Report www.pvm.org


The 2014 Gala Co-Chair, Rev. Dr. Kevin Turman stated it well when he said: “Love The People: Love The Place!“ He stated that when a grandchild comes to visit it is important that they not only love seeing their grandparents but also love to visit their home. It is with that thought in mind that we continued with our 2014 initiatives to make this a reality for our consumers. It may involve their home at a PVM Village or helping them to remain in their homes in the community. They may also be a member of our PACE program while living at a PVM Village or in the surrounding community.


From Our Leadership

Dear Friends and Supporters of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, We are pleased to present our 2014 Annual Report. Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our mission, vision and values. We have accomplished great things because of that commitment. Some key highlights of this past year include the: •Continued growth of the The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood with the completion of Phase I, completion of the first portion of Phase II, full occupancy and increased enrollment in programs. • Total annual philanthropic support for PVM Foundation was the greatest in the organization’s history. Over $7.3 million was raised, mostly from securing large foundation grants. The most notable was the $5 million naming gift for The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood from the Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. Significant contributions were also made by the Kresge Foundation and the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan in support of Hartford Village, which is under construction. • Significant growth of Community Connections with the further establishment of the Greater Midtown Detroit Chapter, active work to establish chapters in Westland and Harbor Springs, and develop a formal affiliation with ShareCare of Leelanau. • Resolution of many critical issues related to seniors through the Strategic Alliance for Aging in Community, with the most notable being the establishment of a coalition of organizations focusing on the preservation of senior housing in Detroit. • Overall achievement of the 2014 System-Wide Strategic Objectives and the thoughtful and inclusive development of the 2015 System-Wide Strategic Objectives. • Continued strong advocacy efforts on local, state and federal levels. PVM was prominently referenced in Governor Rick Snyder’s special message to the legislature on aging. • Completed construction on The Cottages at Redford, an independent living option. • Ongoing collaborative discussions and relationships with several local, statewide and national organizations.

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

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

Roger L. Myers President & CEO Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

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

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Throughout 2014 we have created an important foundation for the future growth and success of our organization. As we journey on into our 70th year, we can reflect upon the innovation which has been our heritage and continue that tradition. With your help and support we will honor that birthright. Thank you for your leadership and service.


Community Report

LOVE THE PEOPLE. LOVE THE PLACE. As human beings we experience the most joy in life while surrounded by beauty. Museums and breathtaking scenic views are most notable for meeting this human need. Yet it is the environment in which we live and engagement with family, friends and neighbors which provide us with the most joy on a daily basis. It is with this thought in mind that PVM strives to assist seniors in creating this joy for themselves and their families. PVM focused a great deal on the following initiatives: Upgrading of Villages, the launch of Transitional Care Units and a new strategic planning process. We continued with progress on our Strategic Alliance for Aging in the Community, Community Connections, Service Excellence, Advocacy and collaborations at a state and national level to meet the future needs of seniors.

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Community Report

Community Service and Social Accountability PVM residents, board members and staff made significant contributions in 2014 to the quality of life and economic viability of Michigan communities and seniors. Thousands of hours of in-kind contributions and major investment in surrounding communities were conducted throughout the year. As a mission based organization, we have embarked on initiatives which aid in solving social problems and strengthening communities. PVM leaders were very engaged in national, statewide, regional and community organizations while serving on a number of boards. From universities and gubernatorial board appointments to providing leadership for aging services associations and organizations, we maintained our reputation as innovators, collaborators and change agents. Advocacy for senior services funding and senior housing preservation were key components of our work. PVM Villages provided numerous tours with community leaders and public officials to spread the word as to the importance of supporting affordable housing, as well as to create an opportunity for residents to get to know their leaders and have their voices heard. They were also highly engaged in community service via donating equipment to service organizations, making blankets for HIV babies, creating pillows for the Goodfellows, participating in local food drives, donating toys to Toys For Tots, assisting with mailings for community groups,

volunteering for transportation services, adopting local families for the holidays, donating personal items to local shelters, working with elder abuse prevention programs, preparing meals for Habitat For Humanity volunteers, making gifts for children in need, helping with beautifying programs and gardening initiatives for local communities. The Village of Oakland Woods choir also performed for home-bound seniors. PVM and the Villages also hosted numerous organizations by providing an event/meeting site and partnering on key projects: wellness and nutrition programs, health fairs, tax preparation events, community organization meetings, churches, heating and cooling sites, Medicare and Medicaid counseling, Tai Chi classes for the community, safety education, immunization clinics, MiCafe nutrition sites, intergenerational and youth programs, and furniture bank programs all benefited from the intense community engagement for which we are known.

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Ribbon-Cutting at Redford Drew Crowd for Affordable Housing It was standing-room-only at The Village of Redford on April 30, for the introduction of the new affordable Cottages at Redford. More than 500 people went through the doors for the ribbon-cutting of Phase I existing cottage renovations and the groundbreaking for Phase II construction of the new Heatherwood Cottages. They enjoyed refreshments and tours. The event was preceded by the Redford Township Town Hall meeting, which was open to the public. More than 100 applications were distributed at the event, with a constant stream of follow-up requests.

The Cottages at Redford are located on the campus of The Village of Redford, a continuing care retirement community. A tax credit program with income requirements through the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), affordable cottage homes is now available for seniors 55 and older. Prospects received a special gift for touring the model unit.

Unit. Residents of the Cottages will have the convenience and peace of mind of living on a continuing care campus. If health care needs ever change, residents of the Cottages have priority access to all of the living arrangements.

The Redford campus also offers The Villa Apartments option along with assisted living, memory care, long-term skilled nursing and rehab services in the Transitional Care

NEWLY-RENOVATED COTTAGE UNITS INCLUDE FULLY-EQUIPPED KITCHENS WITH NEW APPLIANCES, FRESH PAINT THROUGHOUT AND ACCESS TO ALL OF THE AMENITIES OF THE VILLAGE OF REDFORD. BARRIER-FREE COTTAGES ARE AVAILABLE. (LEFT) CUTTING THE RIBBON FOR THE RENOVATED COTTAGES AT REDFORD ARE (L TO R) BOB SCHROEDER, PVM AND PVMF BOARDS; SHANNON HOGGS; LYNN ALEXANDER AND HENRY JOHNSON, PVM FOUNDATION BOARD

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L TO R: SUSAN FRAZIER, DIRECTOR OF THE GREEN HOUSE PROJECT; ROGER L. MYERS, PRESIDENT & CEO PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN; DR. BILL THOMAS, CO-CREATOR OF THE EDEN ALTERNATIVE AND GREEN HOUSE PROJECTS, DR. JANET TAYLOR, M.D., MPH.

DR. JANET TAYLOR SPEAKING AT RIVERTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD MUSICIANS SAMITE MULONDO AND NATE RICHARDSON, SECOND WIND BOOK TOUR.

Life Reimagined; The Second Wind Tour Presbyterian Villages of Michigan hosted a welcome event at the innovative Thome Rivertown Neighborhood given by AARP for the Second Wind Tour team. The featured guest was TV celebrity and author Janet Taylor, who presented to the group on “Life Reimagined: The New Life Phase.” Thome Rivertown Neighborhood is a future

site of a Green House®, an innovative concept in senior living that provides 24-hour care in a warm, home environment, which was created by Dr. Bill Thomas, an author and founder of the Green House® concept. PVM was also pleased to sponsor the appearance of Dr. Thomas’s Second Wind Tour on May 8th at Pease Auditorium on the

campus of Eastern Michigan University. Presented by Capital Impact Partners, AARP’s Life Reimagined, and Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management, The Second Wind Tour visited 25 cities. The program offered audiences powerful insight into deeper, more connected ways of living and working.

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Community Report

National PACE Conference Held in Detroit Nearly 200 representatives attended the Summer Conference of The National PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly). The conference was held in June at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. PVM was a partner with the National PACE Association and other Michigan PACE programs

in supporting the gathering. A visit to PACE Southeast Michigan at Thome Rivertown Neighborhood was featured for conference attendees. PACE Southeast Michigan is a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), which uses

Medicare, Medicaid and private funds to cover all of a member’s medically necessary care and services. The focus of PACE Southeast Michigan is to help seniors live in the community and stay in their own residence for as long as possible. To meet this goal, PACE organizations focus on preventive care.

The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) In 2014 PVM was pleased to be a sponsor for the 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) which was held in Detroit. This provided an excellent opportunity to showcase not only PVM but Detroit as well. The meeting brought together representatives from Presbyteries, as well as many observers and participants. PVM was very involved in the planning and engagement of this important event. 6

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Dedicated PVM employees shared part of their Father’s Day while providing bus service to Sunday services; and PVM leaders were very involved in providing tours and participating in the many events. PVM staff also made a booth available daily to provide information on services. This partnering continued a fine tradition between PVM and the organization which helped to create our legacy.


Community Report

Continued Commitment to Wellness In 2014 PVM continued its commitment to Wellness through expansion and refining of our initiatives. The Marie Claire Damone Falls Prevention Program realized a significant reduction in falls through our pilot program at The Village of East Harbor. In addition to our Wellness training and exercise programs throughout the year, we saw increased participation in our Village Victory Cup. Participants not only joined in on this annual event, they engaged in physical and brain activities throughout the year. Tai Chi and relaxation training became favorite activities for many.

Resident engagement has been foremost in our planning. We have added new programs to enhance the quality of life for residents and participants. Our fitness programs were made available to the surrounding communities; and we were involved in a myriad of community programs for health and wellness. Many residents have shared with us that PVM has made a meaningful difference in their lives. Through our programs and services they have gained better health outcomes and are living life to the fullest in a way unknown to them before.

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Community Report

Community Connections Community Connections is a statewide organization made up of local chapters that support seniors’ desire to remain in their homes and stay connected to their community. Through Community Connections, members are invited to share their talents while connecting with their neighbors and community organizations. Together they create a community which is a great place to live at any age. PVM, in partnership with the Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation and the Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation, sponsors Community Connections of Michigan. In 2014 its 501(c)(3) status was established. In addition, we broadened the reach of the Greater Midtown Chapter and successfully launched the Greater Harbor Springs Chapter. A toolkit and coaching process were created with the goal of replicating chapters throughout Michigan. Unique opportunities were provided for internships, as well, providing an opportunity to engage in community outreach.

(TOP) LEARNING ABOUT FOODS FOR OPTIMAL NUTRITION AT EVENT HELD AT WHOLE FOODS MARKET DETROIT; (CENTER) PROBATE JUDGE CANDIDATE RON MITCHELL AND COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AMBASSADOR MARIE THORNTON AT POLITICAL OPEN HOUSE EVENT; (BOTTOM): HARBOR SPRINGS HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS

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The Legacy Corps at PVM PVM’s Legacy Corps is the only program of its kind in Michigan and only one of 17 in the country. Launched in fall 2014, it has provided positive life experiences for our member volunteers and the seniors they serve. As part of AmeriCorps, Legacy Corps member volunteers are also able to access the other programs in AmeriCorps’ portfolio. We have had inspirational feedback from clients as well as Legacy Corps volunteers as to the benefits of this program and the difference it has made in their lives. Legacy Corps partners with veteran/ military affiliated organizations build upon the success of the volunteer, community-based Legacy Corps caregiver service model to create a nationwide volunteer program for caregiver support for veteran/military families. Our collaborative partners include the Easter Seals National VA Caregiver Training Division, the American Legion Auxiliary and faith-based organizations. Our objectives are aligned with the National Alliance for Caregiving study, Caregivers of Veterans: Serving on the Homefront (November 2010) and the 2014 Rand Military Caregivers Study. Caregiver support services being offered include:

• A matrix of communityspecific, caregiver informational and educational support resources to reduce the burden of stress of veteran/military caregiver families including information about self-care strategies, depression, PTSD, TBI and other cognitive or physical disabilities. • In-home respite care services through highly trained volunteers with training materials developed by the Easter Seals National VA Caregiver Training Division.

• Learning/mentoring opportunities for veteran/ military caregiver families through peer-to-peer caregiver support activities. • Caregiver services for veteran/ military families to include information and referral, transitional coordination from hospital to home, transportation and shopping assistance.

PVM LEGACY CORPS MEMBER VOLUNTEERS ARE 1ST ROW: JO-ANN HALE; 2ND ROW: DORIS PAILEN, LANELL TERRELL, JANICE BANKS; 3RD ROW: DONALD PAILEN, LINDA PIERCE, KAREN GARRETT; 4TH ROW: CHERYL SONNENBERG,(PROGRAM MANAGER), AND VERONICA STEELE

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Community Report

The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Senior Apartments The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood in Detroit maintained and strengthened the many collaborations involved with the project to continue to serve low-income seniors in the first phase and complete the first portion of the second phase. The Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation made a monumental $5 million naming gift to The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, allowing for the completion of the second phase. The first phase continued operations in partnership with the Henry Ford Health System PACE Southeastern Michigan Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), reaching over 120

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participants. The first portion of the second phase, which included 50 independent apartments, opened in September 2014 and reached full occupancy immediately. Planning for the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green HousesÂŽ (in collaboration with PACE Southeastern Michigan), community cafĂŠ/life enrichment component and RiverGarden community park are in the planning phase. The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood campus will be complete in 2016 and is anticipated to serve over 700 low-income seniors and community members.


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Grand Opening for Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments An estimated 300 guests arrived for The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Senior Apartments Grand Opening on Friday, October 17th. Tours of the apartments and The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood community (including the innovative and scenic rooftop gardens), refreshments, music, and camaraderie were features of the day. The program included PVM President and CEO Roger Myers’ announcement of the largest single grant ever received in Presbyterian Village’s 70-year history. The $5-million grant will be used to complete the expansion of what will now be known as The Edward N. and Della L.Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. Guest speakers included Michael Polsinelli, HUD field office director, Arthur Jemison, chief of housing and revitalization for the City of Detroit; and John Thorhauer, president of United Methodist Retirement Communities (UMRC), a partner in The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Senior Apartments development. Two Thome Rivertown residents generously opened their apartments for tours which were popular destinations for visitors. Spotted at the buffet table, one of these hostesses said, “People like my apartment so much I can’t get them to leave! I needed a break from my own party. I love living at (Thome) Rivertown!”

FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: JOHN THORHAUER, PRESEIDENT AND CEO OF UMRC; LINDA WILCOX, ADMINISTRATOR FOR THOME RIVERTOWN SENIOR APARTMENTS; GLORIA ROBINSON, CHAIR OF RIVERTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD; MICHAEL POLSINELLI, HUD FIELD OFFICE DIRECTOR; JOHN NIXON, UMRC BOARD CHAIR; BARBARA CHIAPELLA, DIRECTOR OF HUD DETROIT MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING; GEORGE MILLUSH, PVM BOARD CHAIR; AND ROGER MYERS, PRESIDENT & CEO OF PVM.

City and federal housing officials were impressed by the speed at which The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood was leased. The vice-president of sales & marketing executed a sales lease-up plan which included pre-lease applications and review. Actual lease signing was completed in just three hours. Residents have been able to enjoy being part of the vibrant Detroit Riverfront community. Everyone has enjoyed the rooftop terrace which has a beautiful view of the Detroit

River. Many activities have increased resident engagement including picnics, family events, fitness programs and walks along the riverfront. Some residents have become participants in the PACE program, also located at the Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. This internationally recognized campus has been cited as a model for how seniors should be served.

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Village Highlights

Village Highlights In 2014, each of the PVM Villages “knocked it out of the park,” contributing to an extraordinary year for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan as a whole. Projects came to fruition after years of hard work and efforts by many stakeholders. PVM could not have reached the remarkable heights of 2014 without the tireless effort of many, including staff, Board members, donors, partners, collaborators and volunteers. Their combined dedication and expertise move the PVM Mission forward each and every year. PVM Villages in 2014 continued their fine tradition of being engaged with their local communities while utilizing the resources and strengths of the organization as a whole. Highlights of Village initiatives during the year included:

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• Award winning beautification programs • Major renovations to upgrade and meet the present and future needs of residents • Enhanced wellness programs • Home and community based services • Advanced staff training in Service Excellence and Diversity & Inclusion • Dementia training and caregiver support • Access and education for nutrition These represent only key highlights of the many services PVM Villages provide to residents and the communities which we serve. For further information, visit the PVM website at www.pvm.org.


Village Roster

Administrator..................................................................................................Carmen Thomas Board Chair........................................................................................................... Bunia Parker

8737 Fourteenth Street Detroit, MI 48206-2203 313.894.0430

The Village of Bethany Manor opened in 1997 and was PVM’s first community built in the City of Detroit. It is located in Detroit’s historic Virginia Park neighborhood and features 51 one-bedroom apartments and one two-bedroom apartment. It provides government-subsidized senior housing and service coordination.

Administrator......................................................................................................... Jannie Scott Board Chair........................................................................................................E. Kern Tomlin

2900 Brush Street Detroit, MI 48201-3104 313.832.9922

The Village opened in 2001 and is located in Detroit’s historic Brush Park community. It was built as a collaborative venture between PVM, the Brush Park Development Corporation and the Joint Fraternal Development Corporation, which included Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.; and Most Worshipful King David Grand Lodge AF & AM, Inc. It provides government-subsidized senior housing and service coordination.

Executive Director ................................................................................................David Miller Administrator................................................................................................ Joan Sonnenberg Board Chair............................................................................................Dr. Aaron Lundgaard 33875 Kiely Drive Chesterfield, MI 48047-3604 586.725.6030

The Village of East Harbor is a continuing care retirement community on a beautiful 44-acre wooded campus. Its first phase opened in 1978 and features eight Cottage Homes, 70 Independent Living apartments/duplexes, 45 Assisted Living units, 33 Memory Care units and 90 Skilled Nursing beds.

Administrator............. Stephanie Cooper Board Chair..... Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Weenink

700 North Pine Road Bay City, MI 48708 989.892.1912

This Village opened in May 2008 and is a collaborative venture between Wellspring Lutheran Services and PVM. It features 50 government-subsidized and one market-rate two-bedroom apartment.

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Village Roster

Administrator..................................................................................................... Misty Gregory Board Chair.................................................................................Rev. Dr. Arthur Caldwell, III

15050 Birwood Detroit, MI 48238 313.934.4000

This Village opened in 2005 and features 43 one-bedroom apartments. It provides government-subsidized senior housing and service coordination. The Michigan Black Presbyterian Caucus is a Village co-sponsor.

Executive Director...........................................................................Mary Catherine Hannah Board Chair......................................................................................................... Webb Martin

311 W. Main Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740-1444 231.526.7108

The Village of Hillside opened in April of 1979 and offers affordable independent living that provides for an active lifestyle. The one-and-two bedroom apartments are located under one roof, with a centrally located community center for all residents to enjoy.

Administrator................................................................................................. Deanna Coggins Board Chair..................................................................................................... William Walters

3325 Grange Hall Road Holly, MI 48442-1003 248.634.0592

The Village opened in 1991 with 70 one-bedroom apartments. In 1998, an additional 50 one-bedroom apartments were added. The Village provides government-subsidized senior housing and service coordination.

Administrator............................................................................................... Jennifer Bouchard Board Chair..................................................................................................... Dorothy Height

300 Carl Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49015 269.962.0605

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The Village opened in 2008 and features 45 government-subsidized one-bedroom senior apartments.


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

Oakland Woods first opened in 1981, with 150 government-subsidized units. An additional 66 market-rate and affordable units, funded through the Michigan State Housing Development Authority and Great Lakes Capital Fund, opened in 2006. Administrator....................................................................................................Deborah Beard Board Chair............................................................................................................. Harold Ellis

14000 Woodrow Wilson Detroit, MI 48238-2963 313.957.0210

This government-subsidized apartment building opened in 2007 and features 55 apartments and service coordination. Managed by Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, Oakland Manor’s concept and development was a joint effort with Focus: HOPE.

Administrator...........................................................................................................Aaron Price Board Chair..................................................................................................... Johnnie Jackson

29495 Annapolis Road Westland, MI 48186-5599 734.595.4663

This government-subsidized senior housing community opened in 2003, and is co-sponsored by Wellspring Lutheran Services, Lutheran Church of Our Saviour and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM). It features 50 apartments and service coordination

Administrator................................................................................................. Melissa Reisterer Board Chair..................................................................................................Mary Meyer Neff 17275 Fifteen Mile Road Clinton Township, MI 48035-6208 586.790.4500

The Village of Peace Manor opened in 1995. It features 55 one-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom apartment, and provides governmentsubsidized senior housing and service coordination.

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Village Roster

Executive Director..................................................................................................... Mary Catherine Hannah Administrator.............................................................................................................. Jill Tibbits Board Chair........................................................................................................ Webb Martin

4241 Village Circle Drive Harbor Springs, MI 49740-9040 231.526.1500

The Village opened in 2003. It features six Assisted Living studio apartments, 34 condominiums,10 duplexes, and 13 single-family cottage homes.

The Village of Redford Administrator........................................................................................................ Gail Sliwinski Board Chair.............................................................................................................. Joyce King 25330 W. Six Mile Road Redford, MI 48240-2105 313.531.6874

The Villa at Redford Administrator..............................................................................................Gloria E. Robinson Board Chair.............................................................................................................. Joyce King

This Village was established in 1945. It is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) with 80 cottages, 40 Assisted Living apartments, 16 Memory Care units and 88 Skilled Nursing units. The campus also includes The Villa, with 112 affordable and market-rate senior apartments.

Administrator........................................................................................................ Jessica Gross Board Chair...................................................................................................Donna Anderson

The Village opened in 2004 and is owned by Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community (RIRC) and managed by Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. It features 19 one-bedroom and three studio apartments. 4210 E. Rosebush Road Rosebush, MI 48878-8751 989.433.0150 16

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Village Roster

Administrator..........................................................................................................Paula Hager Board Chair........................................................................................................ Jeffrey Hagen

214 South Sage Street Kalamazoo, MI 49006 269.567.3300

The Village of Sage Grove opened in July, 2011, and features 45 one bedroom apartments. It provides government-subsidized senior housing and service coordination.

Administrator.......................................................................................................Andrea Felice Board Chair........................................................................................................E. Kern Tomlin

15875 Joy Road Detroit, MI 48228-2984 313.582.8088

This government-subsidized senior housing apartment building opened in 2009. It features 45 one-bedroom apartments and is co-sponsored by Canterbury-on-the-Lake and PVM.

Administrator........................................................................................................... Linda Sisco Board Chair.......................................................................................Ginny Wood-Broderick

The Village opened in 2007 and features 80 affordable senior apartments. A second phase opened in June 2010 and features 40 government-subsidized senior apartments.

3501 Cherry Blossom Lane Jackson, MI 49201 517.788.6679

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Village Roster

Administrator of Senior Apartments............................................................... Linda Wilcox Board Chair.............................................................................................. Gloria W. Robinson

260 McDougall Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48207-4251 313.259.9000

In partnership with United Methodist Retirement Community and Henry Ford Health System, the Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Phase 1 opened in April 2013. When fully completed, it will be a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) for low-income seniors. It includes 80 apartments in affordable assisted living, 50 apartments for independent living and 24/7 nursing care residents.

Administrator.................................................................................................. Natalka Melnyk Board Chair........................................................................................................ Janice Schulte

2950 E. Twelve Mile Road Warren, MI 48092-2420 586.751.5090

The Village opened in 2000 and features 67 government-subsidized senior apartments, one market-rate apartment and service coordination.

Executive Director/Administrator....................................................................... Ellen Byrne Board Chair.............................................................................................................Gail Quann

32001 Cherry Hill Road Westland, MI 48186-7902 734.728.5222

The Village opened in 1990 and features 154 apartments with services, 52 Enhanced Living apartments, 20 Assisted Living units and 20 Memory Care units.

Administrator.................................................................................................... Marla Bradford Board Chair........................................................................................................E. Kern Tomlin

1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Detroit, MI 48201-2951 313.494.9000

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The Village opened in 2005 and is located in Detroit’s historic Woodbridge district. It provides government-subsidized senior housing, service coordination, and features 100 one- and two-bedroom apartments.


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OTHER PVM PARTNER VILLAGES

Administrator............................................................................................................ Ann Lange

217 Woods Circle, Suite Two Alpena, MI 49707 989.278.4250

Alpena Village is a collaborative venture between Wellspring Lutheran Services and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM). It opened in 2008 and features 48 affordable and market-rate apartments. The Willows condominiums opened in 2009. When fully developed, the Village will include 80 condos and a community center.

Administrator..........................................................................................................Tammi Rose Board Chair................................................................................................................Jim Gorris

1486 Middle Gibraltar Road Gibraltar, MI 48173-9711 734.740.5048

The Village opened in 2006 as a collaborative venture between Wellspring Lutheran Services and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM). It features 53 one-bedroom affordable and market-rate apartments.

Administrator..................................................................................................... Zachary Fisher

5221 Lakeshore Road Fort Gratiot Twp, MI 48059-3122 810.385.9516

The Village opened in 2003 and offers residential living options provided through a tax credit program with income requirement through a Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA). It features 104 one- and two-bedroom affordable and market-rate apartments, and 12 two-bedroom cottages.

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Awards & Recognitions

PVM Awards & Recognitions Our foundation of success in 2014 was built upon the strengths and talents of many. On a daily basis PVM staff members have exhibited Service Excellence; and some have achieved hero status when it comes to caring for all of our residents and constituents. Residents and board members have also utilized their talents to the fullest in support of our mission. We are blessed to have the skills, talents and commitments of so many. Although this work was not provided as a means to gain status or glory, we are pleased that others recognized what has been achieved in 2014 with these awards and recognitions:

PVM HONORED FOR WORK TO COMBAT ELDER ABUSE SAVE of Oakland County (Serving Adults Who Are Vulnerable and/or Elderly) recognized PVM at its annual International Day of Elder Abuse Prevention event in June with the Sosnick Courage to Lead Award as an organization. Lt. Governor Brian Calley made the award presentation. ABOVE: (L TO R) LT. GOVERNOR BRIAN CALLEY PRESENTING THE AWARD TO LYNN ALEXANDER, VP OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FOR PVM AND FOUNDING CO-CHAIR OF SAVE; AND ROGER L. MYERS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PVM.

SAVE is committed to the protection of Oakland County’s senior population and also has worked at a regional and statewide level on policy development and advocacy issues. SAVE’s International Elder Abuse Awareness Day not only focuses on challenging issues, but it also pays tribute to stakeholders who have

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truly made a difference in the lives of older adults within our community. That tribute comes in the form of the Sosnick Courage Awards, which are named after retired Judge Edward Sosnick, a founding Co-Chair of SAVE. The Courage to Lead and the Courage to Speak Awards are presented to individuals and organizations that have actively undertaken a principal role in leading the campaign against elder abuse or that have had the courage to stand up and bravely speak out against elder abuse and neglect.


Awards & Recognitions

DR. LYNDA JEFFRIES RECEIVES AWARD Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. received the prestigious “Trustee of the Year” award from LeadingAge Michigan, the only statewide association in Michigan representing providers of aging services. The award was presented at the Annual Conference held in Lansing in May. It recognizes an outstanding member of the governing board of a LeadingAge of Michigan member organization. Dr. Jeffries serves on the PVM board, and was 2012-2013 Board Chair. Past service includes the local village boards for Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley and Woodbridge Manor, the PVM Governance Committee and corporate board Secretary. A native Detroiter, Jeffries is actively involved in her community

and serves in leadership roles on several nonprofit and faith-based boards and committees. Jeffries has a Doctoral Degree in Education from Capella University, a M.B.A. in Management from the University of Detroit Mercy, an Education Specialist Certificate from Wayne State University and a B.S. in Business Administration from Lawrence Technological University. She retired from SBC Communications as external affairs director for South Oakland County. Jeffries is the author of the audio CD, “Overcoming Procrastination,” and co-author of the article, “Increasing Diversity of Leadership in Environmental Nonprofit Organizations in a Major Brownfield City: Phase 1.”

LYNDA K. JEFFRIES, PH.D.

PVM INNOVATES IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS FOR SENIORS, SAYS GOVERNOR SNYDER Michigan Governor Rick Snyder called Presbyterian Villages of Michigan an innovator in programs for seniors. The message was delivered to the Legislature in a special message on aging during a visit in June to the Older Persons’ Commission in Rochester, MI. “All across the state, communities, employers, health care providers and other organizations are working on innovative programs to improve

health and wellness. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is doing just that. Across the state, PVM is using evidence-based practices to help older adults eat healthier, increase physical activity, reduce their risk of falling and better manage chronic health conditions. Through its Village Victory Cup, an annual daylong competition, it is inspiring older adults to engage in healthy behaviors year-round,” Snyder said.

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Awards & Recognitions

EAST HARBOR GROUP WINS VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD The Village of East Harbor’s Macomb Academy School for Daily Living Skill & Employment Training students were awarded the 2014 Group Volunteer of the Year Award by LeadingAge Michigan. PICTURED ABOVE CHERYL SONNENBERG, VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST FOR PVM (CENTER) WITH THE MACOMB ACADEMY COACH AND STUDENTS

The Macomb Academy program teaches and equips special needs students, ages 18-26, to thrive and be successful. They gain work experience in volunteer positions with community businesses. The award-winning group of students has been serving at The Village of East Harbor since 2009 in the dining services department.

“They are dedicated, encouraging and interactive with the residents,” says Joan Sonnenberg, former administrator at East Harbor. “Each student has abilities that benefited the department. They always have a smile on their face and are willing to learn something new. Their coach allows them to blossom and grow, and step outside their comfort zone. We know that having them at East Harbor has allowed us to accomplish so much more for our residents.”

BUILD MICHIGAN AWARD The innovative Thome Rivertown Neighborhood garnered recognition and awards, including a 2013 “Build Michigan Award” from AGC Michigan, in recognition of excellence of an entire production team. Thome Rivertown Neighborhood was also

given an Honorable Mention in the 2014 University of Michigan/Urban Land Institute UM/ULI Real Estate Forum Development/Redevelopment Awards, based on its unique contributions to urban redevelopment

HELEN MORRISON RECOGNITION Helen Morrison received a special recognition as a “Woman of Faith” at a breakfast event held at the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church’s (U.S.A.) event in Detroit. She is a long-time LEFT, L TO R: RHASHELL HUNTER, HELEN MORRISON, JOANIE LUKINS, JOYCE SHIN AND MODERATOR DR. HEATH RADA POSE TOGETHER AFTER THE PRESENTATION OF AWARDS AT THE WOMEN OF FAITH AWARDS BREAKFAST. (Photo by Michael Whitman)

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supporteer of PVM and former member of the PVM and PVM-Foundation boards. Helen continues her work with PVM by serving on the Marketing Committee.


Awards & Recognitions

DISTINGUISHED VOLUNTEERS RECOGNIZED AT 2014 NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY CELEBRATION Fundraisers, philanthropists and volunteers from the metro-Detroit area gathered on November 12, 2014 to celebrate the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Detroit Chapter’s National Philanthropy Day Celebration. This special day honors the philanthropic action and community involvement of individuals and groups. PVM Foundation nominated two Distinguished volunteers in 2014: Michael J. Damone, President,

The Damone Group, LLC; and Donna Anderson, Board Chair, The Village of Rosebush Manor. Congratulations Michael and Donna, and thank you for your continued commitment to PVM seniors! AFP advances philanthropy through ethical and effective fundraising worldwide. Paul Miller, PVM Foundation president, serves as president-elect of the AFP Greater Detroit Chapter.

DISTINGUISHED VOLUNTEERS, MICHAEL J. DAMONE AND DONNA ANDERSON

PVM RECEIVES TOP AWARDS FOR PUBLICATIONS, MARKETING PVM internal and external publications and the marketing campaign for Hartford Village were recognized with awards in local, national and international competitions. The Hartford Village Campaign won a platinum Hermes Creative Award in the Integrated Marketing Materials category. The Story of PVM, the 2012 Annual Report, won a gold Hermes Creative Award in the Publications/Annual Report category. The Story of PVM also received a gold Gallery of Superb Printing award in the Annual Reports category, from the Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsmen.

In the Aster Awards competition, produced in conjunction with “Modern Healthcare” magazine, and honoring excellence in Medical Marketing, the 2013 Accomplishments internal report received a gold award. The campaign and publications were created by the Sales & Marketing and Public Affairs Departments and produced by Grigg Graphic Services, a Southfield-based marketing communications firm.

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Financials

Dear Friends & Supporters, We are pleased to report that the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s (PVM) system-wide 2014 financial performance for its managed entities met our strategic and budgeted expectations and improved over 2013. Our financial position remains strong. A key performance indicator is PVM’s ability to meet our principal and interest payments and capital replacement reserve requirements from operating and non-operating income. For the entities PVM manages the system-wide ratio was 1.78 in 2014, which exceeded 1.72 in 2013. This improvement was driven primarily from the overall operating and non-operating income of $2.32 million in 2014, compared to $2.06 million in 2013. The other key measure, days cash on hand ratio, rose to 113 days at December 31, 2014 from 102 at the end of 2013. We were able to achieve these important indicators due to a continued emphasis on service excellence, innovation, cost containment, capital financing, and fund raising. The PVM Foundation’s comprehensive state-wide Capital Campaign raised $7.3 million in 2014. The actively managed investment portfolio yielded a 5.4% return in 2014, which was slightly below the 5.5% aggregated, indexed benchmark return. The overall market values of the Foundation’s investments were $14.7 million at December 31, 2014, up from the $13.2 million at the end of 2013. The overall asset value of PVM’s system-wide managed entities was $202 million as of December 31, 2013, up from $182 million at the end of 2013. Our system-wide net assets (equity) plus forgivable capital advances represent 51.9% of the total asset value at December 31, 2014, down from the 55.9% at the end of 2013. The decline is due primarily to the $7.3 million in depreciation and amortization expense. We encourage you to visit the PVM website to review our complete financial results and disclosures. We are pleased to report that each PVM managed affiliate subject to third party audit or review had no matters of internal control deficiencies in 2014 and all reports received a clean opinion. In December 2014, FitchRatings affirmed the PVM Obligated Group’s BB+ rating and “Stable” Outlook, which consists of the Villages of Redford, East Harbor, North, and Westland and PVM Corporate and Foundation. PVM has a strong future thanks to the contributions and dedication of our staff, volunteers, collaborators, and donors who together serve PVM’s clients to ensure a financially strong and transparent organization.

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

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


Interest $3,891,231 7.1% Maintenance & Utiliites $5,,797,628 Other $14,424,778 26.4% Insurance $1,076,545 2%

10.6%

$54,644,628

Financials Insurance

Other Income

Investment Income

$3,677,966

$1,076,545

Contributions & Earned Income

$4,318,311

Other

$2,388,423 Assets 2012

$14,424,778

Wages & Benefits

$22,588,114

Management & Development Fees

$1,087,447

Property, Plant, & Equipment 133,454,207 73% Restricted Cash & Investments 14,719, 115 8% Unrestricted Cash & Investments 13,263,774 7% Receivables and Other 21,055,451 12% $18 100%

Maintenance & Utilities

$5,797,628

Resident Services

$45,731,104

Interest

$3,891,231

2013 Revenues: Restricted Cash & Investments

$6,866,332

2013 Expenses:

$57,203,271

$14,700,072

Depreciation (non-cash)

$54,644,628

Net Assets-Restricted

Unrestricted Cash & Investments

$13,263,774

$4,202,707

Current & Long Term Debt

$71,435,979

Deferred Revenue

$5,077,253

Net Assets-Unrestricted & Temporarily Restricted

Receivables & Other

$21,021,623

$28,388,789

HUD 202 Capital Advances

$64,264,316

Property, Plant, & Equipment

$133,454,207

Payables & Other

$9,070,632

December 31, 2013 Liabilities & Net Assets:

December 31, 2013 Assets:

$182,439,676

$182,439,676

Insurance

Contributions

Investment & Dividend Income

$1,055,321

Management & Development Fees

$2,072,056

$8,166,947

$2,880,068

Other

$17,176,148

Other

Wages & Benefits

$23,653,291

$609,752 Resident Services

$47,278,867

Maintenance & Utilities

$5,821,418

Interest

Depreciation (non-cash)

$3,892,961

2014 Revenues:

$7,259,488

2014 Expenses:

$61,007,690

$58,858,627

Payables & Other

$12,439,387

Net Assets-Unrestricted & Temporarily Restricted

Restricted Cash & Investments

$36,166,464

$16,019,389

Unrestricted Cash & Investments

$15,896,970

Net Assets-Restricted

$4,205,741

Current & Long Term Debt

Receivables & Other

$24,914,472

Property, Plant, & Equipment

$145,168,682

HUD 202 Capital Advances

$63,780,646

$80,329,022

Deferred Revenue

$5,077,253

December 31, 2014 Assets: $201,998,513

December 31, 2014 Liabilities & Net Assets: $201,998,513

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From the PVM Foundation Leadership YOUR GIFTS ARE BEARING FRUIT! What has a strategic, bold and rigorously focused fundraising campaign like the PVM Foundation’s Statewide Comprehensive Campaign done for a well-established organization like Presbyterian Villages of Michigan? It has rallied our community of donors around a shared goal: TO POSITIVELY TRANSFORM AGING. Already, our community of donors has responded to the Statewide Comprehensive Campaign with enthusiastic philanthropic commitments totaling over $22 million during the first five years of this seven-year $27.4 million campaign. Gifts and pledges to PVM Foundation in 2014 totaled a record-breaking $7.3 million in support. Thank you, donors! With the kindness of donors, the construction of The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Phase II will come to fruition. This project will significantly improve the quality of life and overall health for Detroit’s most vulnerable seniors. In 2015, construction will begin for a new energy efficient and barrier-free building at The Village of Hillside campus in Harbor Springs, enabling low-income seniors to stay in their local community as they grow older. Thank you, donors, for making this happen!

Transforming aging is a moving target. The generosity and imagination of donors like you add energy to the innovative approaches and fresh thinking needed to address the growing aging population in Michigan. Through your support of PVM Foundation’s Statewide Comprehensive Campaign – the single largest fundraising campaign in the history of PVM– you are making transformation happen. The PVM Foundation and all those who are positively touched by your compassion are incredibly grateful for your philanthropy. With gratitude,

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

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

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Focus on Philanthropy Our community of donors made history by contributing the most funds in a single year to the PVM Foundation in 2014, totaling $7.3 million! Listed below are a few of the other significant accomplishments that donors helped to achieve in 2014 for seniors: • The Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee awarded $5 million to PVM Foundation – the largest single philanthropic gift in PVM’s history – to name and complete the expansion of the Rivertown Neighborhood, now The Edward

N. and Della L. Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. • The annual Friends & Family Appeal raised $150,000, the most ever raised during this campaign, with over $138,000 in new cash donations. • The 11th Annual PVM Foundation Gala grossed $315,000 for seniors, the most in the event’s history. • Over 50% of the funding goal has been reached for The Village of Hillside/Friendship Center Renewal Campaign for low-income seniors in Harbor Springs.

2014 PVM Foundation Revenue: $7,337,833* Earned Income

$332,076

Gifts In-Kind

$27,529

Planned Gifts (Unrealized)

$202,751

Cash & Pledges

$6,775,477

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How Your Gift Transformed Aging in 2014 The continued generosity of our family of donors allowed the Foundation to grant over $1.5 million in 2014 to various PVM Villages and programs in order to transform the lives of Michigan seniors. Listed below are just a few of the many ways your gift made an impact, large and small, in 2014:

• $11,295 to The Village of Westland to create a larger, enhanced worship space named the Chapel of All Faiths.

• $208,000 provided to residents and employees in financial need through the PVM Benevolence Fund, Resident Assistance Fund and Kleemann Help Fund.

• $19,244 to The Villa at Redford to replace outdated security cameras, giving residents peace of mind.

• $520,000 to Community Connections, Inc. to build two additional chapter sites, develop a sustainability model and create an interfaith volunteer program. • $6,175 to support and develop employees through leadership training.

Total Donors....................... 1,594

• $1,900 to The Village of Spring Meadows for an automatic door entrance for the convenience and safety of residents and guests.

Total New Donors.................654 Total Returning Donors..... 1,039 Cost to Raise $1.................. $0.10

• A total of $19,133 to The Villages of Harmony Manor, Hillside, Our Saviour’s Manor, Spring Meadows and St. Martha’s for new exercise equipment to keep residents active and healthy.

2014 PVM Foundation Grants Allocated: $1,563,544*

Technology

$52,891

Wellness

$97,664

Leadership

Benevolence

$207,845

$6,175

Facility Improvements

$678,969

Community Connections

$520,000

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PVM Foundation Special Events – Thank You Sponsors, Attendees and Volunteers! 4TH ANNUAL INSPIRE POSSIBILITIES BREAKFAST RAISES OVER $61,000 The 4th Annual Inspire Possibilities fundraising breakfast event on May 8th netted over $61,000 for seniors! In its three previous years, this event has netted more than $350,000 for many innovative, life-enhancing programs and services to improve the lives of Michigan seniors. Nearly 300 guests attended the complimentary, onehour event held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Southfield. Residents from The Village of Oakland Woods energized the crowd with a wellness warm-up and resident presenters from The Villag-

11TH ANNUAL PVM FOUNDATION GALA The 11th Annual PVM Foundation Gala on November 14th was a tremendous success, raising over $315,000 (gross) for Michigan seniors! We’d like to thank our presenting sponsor, The Damone Group, and all our sponsors and attendees, for their generous support. Over 450 guests celebrated Get Your Motors Running theme at

es of Westland, Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley and St. Martha’s all shared inspirational stories that kept attendees engaged. Michael J. Damone also shared the inspirational story behind his family’s establishment of the Marie Claire Damone Fall Prevention Fund at the PVM Foundation in memory of his mother.

PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS (L TO R): MICHAEL J. DAMONE, EDITH GUTOWSKI, NANCY CHALTRON, JACQUELINE VOYLES, BRENDA GALLOWAY, DOROTHY SPENCER, PAT BOYINGTON AND BETTY HILDEBRANDT. (Photo: Karlest Ford)

We deeply appreciate and thank all the new Peterson Mission Makers members for their long-term commitment to PVM seniors, as well as the donors and

Table Captains who helped make the 4th Annual Inspire Possibilities breakfast such a success.

COBO Center in Detroit. The event featured Chuck Stokes, editorial/ public affairs director for WXYZ-TV/ Channel 7 as Master of Ceremonies; a great package raffle; and The Tee Turner Band A Salute to Motown as the musical entertainment for the evening!

1st Place: Ernestine Peete, The Village of Redford 2nd Place: Phyllis Luttrell, The Village of Holly Woodlands 3rd Place: Nancy Stager, The Village of East Harbor Honorable Mention: Elaine Walton, The Village of East Harbor Honorable Mention: Pat Healy, The Village of East Harbor

In keeping with the theme of Get Your Motors Running, PVM residents shared stories about how cars and the car culture of Detroit have impacted their lives through an essay contest. Five winners were pre-selected and their complete stories were featured in the program and throughout the event. Congratulations to the winners! 2014 GALA CO-CHAIRS (L TO R): REV. DR. KEVIN & DENISE TURMAN AND JOAN & ED HANPETER (Photo: Karlest Ford)

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Over the last 11 years, the Gala has netted over $1.75 million to benefit the greatest needs of PVM residents, including quality senior living and many innovative services such as Benevolence, wellness, technology, transportation and many other life-enhancing programs. This event was such a success because of the support of our sponsors, guests, donors, volunteers and staff, so a very big THANK YOU to all of you! visit www.pvmfoundation.org


PVM Foundation Presenting Sponsor

Village Partner Sponsor

Village Champion Sponsors

Official Media Sponsor

Verne & Judy Istock Ray & Ann Steben, Jr. Village Trendsetter Sponsors Aileron, LTD Dickinson Wright, PLLC William Freeman Sullivan, Ward, Asher & Patton, P.C Giffels-Webster Engineers, Inc.

Entertainment Sponsors

Village Table Sponsors

Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook Lau & Lau Associates, LLC George Millush Plante & Moran, PLLC Dick & Phyllis Rabbideau

Agility Health ALM Technologies ASTI Environmental Berkadia Blue Care Network of Michigan Continuum Development Services Dykema Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc. Ed & Joan Hanpeter Henry Ford Health System

VIP Sponsors

Jermor Heating & Plumbing, Inc. LaBelle Electric LeadingAge Michigan Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation Michigan State Housing Development Authority Roger & Tammy Myers Plunkett Cooney Progressive Associates, Inc.

Video Sponsors

Bob & Mary Schroeder

Valet Sponsors

Raffle Sponsors

Coat Check Sponsors

Hylant Group

Classic Investigative Agency Grigg Graphic Services McLaren Macomb Melvin & Gwendolyn Parker RealPage ROG Mechanical

Ziegler Capital Markets Group

John Martin Photography Bob & Mary Schroeder

Patrons Bill & Marcia Ball Pat & Ellen Byrne The Danielson Group, P.C. eTelRX Pharmacy Lawrence & Vivian Glenn Grid4 Communications, Inc. Mary Catherine Hannah Hylant Group Lynda Jeffries, Ph.D.

Henry & Billie Johnson Nathan & Megan Keup Webb and Jan Martin Tom & Vickie McAskin MGM Grand Detroit Michigan Roundtable for Diversity & Inclusion Paul & Kristin Miller Mary Meyer Neff

OneCare Rx Optimal Care, Inc. Ted & Janet Payne Pitchford Kendal PC Ben & Joanne Robinson Bob & Mary Schroeder Team Financial Group, Inc. John & Francie Utley 2014 ANNUAL REPORT

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2014 Gifts

Calvin Society COMMEMORATING LOYALTY THROUGH PLANNED GIVING The Calvin Society of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation was established to honor all donors who have made a planned or deferred gift to support PVM. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the Calvin Society members whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. Mrs. Kesha Akridge Mrs. Mary Y. Arehart Ms. Jane Bolender Mr. Stanley M. Brandt Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Rick & Melinda Callahan Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Marjorie M. Cameron Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Rev. Dr. James H. Conley Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer Mr. Michael G. Damone Mrs. Elva Daniels Ms. Joann R. Duane Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler Mr. John Ferns Mr. David M. Finnegan Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. Lloyd Geering Mr. & Mrs. Dean M. Gettemy Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Goetz Mr. James S. Gompers Ms. Shirley Gooden Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch Beach & Marianne Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Harder Mrs. Waneta Hawes Mrs. Coralee A. Henriksen Ms. Jean E. Hilderley Mrs. Doris J. Horton Mr. Charles F. Howe, Jr. Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Kaiser Mrs. Mary K. Keebler Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough Mr. Eugene Kleemann Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. Paul J. Miller Dr. & Mrs. Randall R. Miller Mr. & Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree Mrs. Helen Morrison Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. Robert S. Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Olds Mr. & Mrs. Harrison F. Orton Mr. James S. Orton Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Orvis Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Mr. & Mrs. Wesley R. Pelling

Mrs. Patricia Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mrs. Judith M. Pugh Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Mr. Warren M. Rettig Rev. James L. Rhinesmith Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan Mr. E. Richard Salisbury Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Miss Betty E. Schwesinger Mr. & Mrs. Richard Sills Miss Marjorie Simpson Ms. Nancy L. Stager Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mrs. Valerie D. Stokes Mrs. Ruth M. Taylor Mrs. Mary E. Thero Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Tyndall Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz Mr. & Mrs. Russell S. Vahlbusch Mrs. R. Estelle Wade Mrs. Carol A. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. White Mr. John E. Williams & Dr. Elizabeth B. Williams Mrs. Margaret H. Williams

We also would like to remember those members who have passed on since the last publication. We will always remember the legacy they have left the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan mission and residents. Mrs. Mary L. Brown Mr. F. Robert Cameron Mrs. Marjorie Connor Mrs. Evalyn L. Eucker Mr. Richard H. Lotz Mr. Raymond S. Mazurek 32

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Dr. Ellsworth & Mrs. Lucille McDowell Mrs. Dorothy J. Mundle Mrs. June E. Myers Mr. James B. Sizer Ms. Dorothy R. Thurston


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Clarence D. Sterling Society COMMEMORATING A LIFETIME OF COMPASSION

L TO R: NATALIE BROTHERS, PVM BOARD MEMBER EMERITUS; DR. LYNDA JEFFRIES, PVM BOARD MEMBER AND FORMER CHAIR; AND IRENE RICHEY

The Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation’s Clarence D. Sterling Society honors a donor’s cumulative contributions over time. When a donor’s total irrevocable giving reaches $50,000 or more (not including special event participation or in-kind gifts), this donor becomes a member. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Clarence D. Sterling Society whose commitment and generosity enables PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care. We are pleased to announce our 2014 members of this prestigious group. Bolded names represent new members or an increased giving level.

1945 FOUNDERS CIRCLE $500,000+

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE $150,000-$249,999

Rolin M. Gerstacker Foundation

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak

Mr. Richard J. Holmes

Mr. James S. Gompers

Masco Corporation Foundation

The Kresge Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock

Mr. George B. Millush, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers

Mr. Jerome Morgan

Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee

Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE $50,000 - $149,999

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE $250,000-$499,999

First Foundation, First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham

Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church Mr. Eugene Kleemann

First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn Ms. Karin W. Flint

Grosse Pointe Memorial Church

The Offield Family Foundation Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder The Senior Alliance Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr.

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2014 Gifts

Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson Mission Makers Society COMMEMORATING COMMITMENT THROUGH MULTI-YEAR PLEDGES Established to commemorate the late Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson, former PVM President and CEO who passed away in 2012, this giving society is comprised of donors who have committed a multi-year pledge to PVM for $1,000 or greater, and two years or more. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Mission Makers Society whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. We are pleased to recognize the 2014 Mission Maker Members. Bolded names represent new members in 2014. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Akridge The Honorable & Mrs. James Alexander ALM Technologies Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Anonymous The Anton Family Foundation ASTI Environmental Mr. & Mrs. William Ball Mr. & Mrs. Jim Barr Mr. & Mrs. Gary J. Beaulac Ms. Jane A. Bolender Mr. James T. Bradford Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne C & H Fire Protection, Inc. Rick & Melinda Callahan Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Carney Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers

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Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman Ms. Bobie Clement Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Continuum Development Services Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon Ms. Janet DeVold William J. & Julia Edwards Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Ellis Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Fischer Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Jon B. Gandelot & Lisa Mower Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. Lloyd G. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc. Mr. James S. Gompers Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko

Mr. Walter R. Greene, III & Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene Mr. Terence J. Griffin Mr. Stuart Grigg Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Ms. Paula Hager Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter John & Patricia Hartwig Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy Scott & Kerri Heydens Mr. & Mrs. Mark High Ms. LaDonna A. Holley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell Ms. Frances Holly Mr. Richard J. Holmes Homestead Home Health Care Hooker DeJong, Inc. Hospitaler’s Committee Detroit Commandery No. 1 Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. House


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Infinity Technology Group Inforum Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Ms. Lynda K. Jeffries Mr. & Mrs. Keith Jelinek Mr. Willie A. Jenkins JJ Barney Construction Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Ms. Cecelia Johnston Nathan & Megan Keup Dr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Knudsen, II Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaBelle Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau Ms. Judy Layne Leidal & Hart Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard Col. & Mrs. Michael V. Marston Mr. & Mrs. Webb F. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin Mr. & Mrs. Michael McElroy Mr. Ronald B. McRae Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Miller Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Paul Modi MPS Foundation Ms. Lynn Montgomery Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers

Mr. & Mrs. E. Owen Newell O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. Dr. Patricia O’Brien Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. & Mrs. William U. Parfet Gary & Linda Pauly Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Pitchford Kendall, PC Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Plante & Moran, PLLC Progressive Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes Mr. Donald Pryor & Mrs. Diana Mercer-Pryor Ms. Janet Pung Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Ben & Joanne Robinson Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Mr. & Mrs. Dan Ross Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Ms. Jannie M. Scott Miss Marjorie Simpson Mr. & Mrs. William Sisco Mrs. Amy Smyth Somerset Pharmcy Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Strowger Mr. & Mrs. Turner S. Thompson, Jr.

Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Paul Thwaite Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Torp Mr. & Mrs. George Torreano, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Utley Mr. William W. Walters & Mrs. Robin Ennis Ms. Elaine Walton Walstrom Marine Ms. Lisa M. Watkins Ms. Michelle Williams Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers Mr. & Mrs. David Zimmer

We also would like to remember those members who have passed on since the last publication. We will always remember the legacy they have left the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan mission and residents. Mrs. Janice Kuehn

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2014 Gifts

Annual Giving Honor Roll of Donors Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation recognizes that every year, many devoted individuals and organizations contribute to our mission. We are pleased to honor those individuals and organizations who made a gift in 2014 (not including sponsorships/tickets for the annual gala). The numbers following each listing reflect the number of consecutive years that donor has been giving to PVM. VILLAGE BENEFACTOR $100,000+

VILLAGE CHAMPION $5,000-$19,999

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (18)* The Kresge Foundation (1) Estate of Lillian I. MacLean (1) The Offield Family Foundation (1) Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer (6)* Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee (2)*

Andrew D. Adair, D.O. (3)* Anonymous - 2 Donor Mr. & Mrs. Steven L. Arbaugh (1) Mrs. Audrey Bolton (2) Buzzelli Family Charitable Fund (1) Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron (2) Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (10) ClubCorp Charities, Inc.- Skyline Club (1) The Dick & Betsy DeVos Family Foundation (1) William J. & Julia Edwards Foundation (5)* Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (2) First Foundation - First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham (3) Ms. Joan D. Geering (8)* Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (15)* Mr. Richard J. Holmes (12)* Hospitaler’s Committee Detroit Commandery No. 1 (8)* Mr. & Mrs. David Irish (1) Nathan & Megan Keup (10)* Kirk in the Hills (24) LaBelle Electric (2) Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau (4)* Mr. Robert J. Long (1)

VILLAGE VISIONARY $50,000-$99,999 Frey Foundation (1) Mr. James S. Gompers (14)*

VILLAGE LEADER $20,000-$49,999 The Anton Family Foundation (1)* Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock (5) MPS Foundation (1)* Walstrom Marine (1)* Henry E. & Consuelo S. Wenger Foundation Inc.-Mrs. Charles L. Wilson, Jr. & Family (1)

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Mr. & Mrs. Michael McElroy (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Miller (9)* Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. (9)* Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers (23)* Mr. & Mrs. William U. Parfet (1)* Gary & Linda Pauly (7)* Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation (9)* Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson (14)* Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation (1) Quicken Loans/Rock Ventures (1) Estate of Dorothy R. Thurston (2) Mr. & Mrs. John E. Utley (4)*

VILLAGE HERO $1,000-$4,999 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Akridge (11)* All-Med Medical Supply (6) Anonymous - 2 Donors Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Barr (2)* Ms. Kathryn D. Bartz (4) Mr. & Mrs. Gary J. Beaulac (6)* Birchwood Outreach Fund (1) Rev. Alec U. Brooks (11) Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers (12)* Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Brown (2)* Ms. Annette Burns (11) Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne (4)* Rick & Melinda Callahan (11)* Brian & Beth Carnaghi (14)* Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll (2)* Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman (1)* Ms. Bobie Clement (5)* C.L. Rieckhoff Co., Inc. (2) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cowper (2) Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon (2)* Mr. & Mrs. David J. Czajka (1) The Damone Group, LLC (12) Mr. & Mrs. Keegan Deboer (1)


2014 Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. DeVos (1) Mr. Elmer Dixon-Dixon Masonry Construction (3) Mr. & Mrs. Terry Ervin (1) Drusilla Farwell Foundation (1) Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation (9)* First Presbyterian Church of Bay City (1) First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn (9) First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Fischer (4)* Ms. Karin W. Flint (10) Ms. Susan S. Ford (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth F. Fowler Ms. Ruth Freebury (11) Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau (6)* Jon B. Gandelot & Lisa Mower (1)* Orville & Carrie Gascho Endowment Fund (11) Mr. Lloyd G. Geering (5)* Mr. Bruce P. Gerhart (1) Mr. David Gillespie (5) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham (13)* Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch (33) Mr. Floyd Graham (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Graham (1) Mr. Brian L. Granger (1) Estate of Earl C. Greene (4) Mr. Walter R. Greene, III & Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Terence J. Griffin (4)* Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Richard Griffith (2) Mr. Stuart Grigg-Grigg Graphic Services (5)* Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church (5) Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter (26)* Ms. Lydia Hasberry (1) Heart To Heart Hospice (1) Henry Ford Health System (11) Mr. David E. Herbel (1) Scott & Kerri Heydens (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Mark High (1)* Ms. LaDonna A. Holley (8)* Mrs. Carol H. Hollway (1) Homestead Home Health Care (1)* Mr. Thom Hosinski (6) Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. House (10)* Mr. & Mrs. Wesley D. Hovey (1) Huntington National Bank (4) Mr. & Mrs. David A. Imesch (13) ISIS Inc. (1) Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson (12)* Jarvis Property Restoration (2)

*Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Keith & Tami Jelinek (2)* Mr. Willie A. Jenkins (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson (8)* Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Jones (1) Mr. David H. Justin & Rev. Mary Anne Evans-Justin (3) Mr. Joseph P. Kaiser (1) Mrs. Mary K. Keebler (12) Kilwin’s Quality Confections, Inc. (1) Rev. Dr. Lynne A. Kogel (1) Mr. & Mrs. Agris Krautmanis (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaBelle (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. (4)* Dr. Mark Lindley & Mrs. Sandy Talbott (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Lindow, Jr. (8) Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard (7)* MacDermott Roofing Inc. (4) Col. & Mrs. Michael V. Marston, USAFR (Ret) (10)* Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin (4)* Estate of Grace Lucille McDowell (1) Mr. & Mrs. Alexander C. McKeen McKeen Foundation/Trust (9) Mr. Ronald B. McRae (1)* Ms. Audrey J. Miller (2) Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller (24)* Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mitchell (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Paul Modi (3)* Mr. Jerome Morgan (12) Mrs. Faye E. Myers (15)* Mr. & Mrs. E. Owen Newell (13)* North End Women’s Club-The Village of Redford (15) Northwest Home Health Services, Inc. (1) Dr. Patricia O’Brien (3)* Omnicare Inc. (1) Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian (24)* Estate of Bruce & Bonnie Paxton (1) Mr. & Mrs. Wesley R. Pelling (29) Pitchford Kendal PC (6)* Mr. James A. Plemmons (1) PNC Foundation (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes (12)* Ms. Janet Pung (5)* Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rachwitz (1) Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson (3)* Ben & Joanne Robinson (7)* Rosebush Presbyterian Church (3) Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder (19)* Signal Restoration Services (1)

Mrs. Amy Smyth (4)* Somerset Pharmacy (2)* Souder Family Foundation (1) Richard & Patricia Strowger (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Tom Swindlehurst (4) Temperature Engineering Corp. (3)* Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits (9)* Mr. & Mrs. Graham Tillotson (1) Mr. & Mrs. George Torreano, Jr. (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere (12) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Paul Thwaite (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Torp (1)* UAW-Ford National Programs (1) The Village of East Harbor Resident Association (3) The Village of Holly Woodlands Residents-Staff (14) The Village of Peace Manor Residents (3) Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. vonReichbauer (3) Mr. Ward H. Walstrom, Jr.-Snowy River Ranch (1) Mr. & Mrs. William W. Walters (9)* Ms. Elaine Walton (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Duane Ward (2) Mrs. Margery W. Willey (7)

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2014 Gifts

VILLAGE FRIEND $250-$999 Ms. Jennifer L. Abela (2) Absolute Services (1) Accident Fund Insurance Company of America (8) The Honorable James & Lynn Alexander (5)* Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson (11)* Anonymous - 1 Donor Bill & Marcia Ball (5)* Mr. & Mrs. R. Kent Barnes (7) Ms. Kathleen M. Bartz (7) Mr. & Mrs. William Beeman (3) Rev. & Mrs. Eldon F. Beery (19) Bell & Sons (1)*s Ms. Marolin Bellefleur (1) Ms. Jane A. Bolender (15)* Mrs. Linda Bomberski (5) Mr. & Mrs. William K. Borglin (10) Mr. James T. Bradford (12)* Mrs. Marla L. Bradford (6) Mr. Rodney T. Brandt (2) Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bridgewater (1) Mr. Robert T.R. Brinton (6) Ms. Lillian Budenholzer (2) Mr. & Mrs. Bob Bush (2) Ms. Kay Byrne (3) C & H Fire Protection, Inc. (8) Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Carney (9)* Mr. Ralph R. Carruthers (1) Mrs. Thomas H. Carruthers, IV (8) Mr. & Mrs. John Chasteen (1) Mr. Matthew A. Chosid (1) Mr. Samuel S. Clark (1) Ms. Melonie B. Colaianne (1) Ms. Stephanie A. Cooper (7) Dr. Larry C. Coppard & Ms. Susan Ager (5) Mr. Christopher Cornwall (1) Ms. Dawn M. Corwin (8) Mr. & Mrs. Hank Crawford (2) Ms. Diane Curtis (1) Ms. Elva B. Daniels (6) The Danielson Group, P.C. (6) Chaplain Patsy A. DeBruce (7)* Ms. Sally A. DelVecchio (6) Mr. John E. Demmer (1) Ms. Marsha Desaussure-McCleod (1)* Detroit Steel Group, Inc. (1) Ms. Janet DeVold (3)* Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. - Alpha Chapter (5) 38

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler (10)* Ms. June Everett (3) Mr. John W. Ferns (7) Mr. & Mrs. Vincent L. Fields (1) First American Title Insurance Company (4) First Presbyterian Church of Farmington (7) Mr. Douglas A. Firth (1) Rev. John C. Foster & Mrs. Kathy Keves-Foster (1) Mr. & Mrs. H. William Freeman (1) Ms. Melissa Freiburger (1) Ms. Audra D. Frye (2) Ms. Denise D. Funke (8) Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. (20) Dr. Terrance P. Gallagher (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik (14)* Rev. & Mrs. George F. Gillette (1) Rev. Dr. Lawrence Glenn (21) Ms. Barbara L. Glines (10) Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko (9)* Dr. Gwendolyn Graddy-Dansby (1) Ms. Julie L. Granthen (5) Mr. & Mrs. Russell Greenfelder (2) Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland Gregory (1)* Ms. S. Elizabeth Griffin (7) Mrs. Elizabeth Haewski (2) Beach B. & Marianne K. Hall (4) Mr. & Mrs. Craig W. Hammond (9) Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah (4)* Harbor Springs Area United Fund (1) John & Patricia Hartwig (1)

Ms. Carolyn J. Hastings (4) Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Hauberg (4) Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy (8)* Mr. & Mrs. David M. Hempstead (1) Ms. Ruthenia Henderson (14) Hexagon General Contractors Services LLC (1) Mr. Richard A. Hines (10) Mrs. Marjorie Hirt (1) Mr. & Mrs. David P. Hofley (2) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell (10)* Holly Foods, Inc. (1) Mrs. Suzanne Hovey (1) Ms. Ara D. Hunter (7) Irvine Head Injury Home, Inc. (1) Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church (11) Dr. Lynda K. Jeffries (12)* JGH Consulting LLC (1) JJ Barney Construction (3)* Joe’s Car Wash (2) Mr. Jerry L. Jones (3) Ms. Deloris M. Jordan (2) Ms. Linda G. Juracek-Lipa (1) Mrs. Elizabeth C. Kasperek (12) Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kastens (3) Mr. & Mrs. Larry A. Keef (1) KIA of Jackson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. Klaren (1) Dr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Knudsen, II (8)* Estate of Edward S. Krakowski (2) Ms. Ruth W. Kremer (1)* Dr. Vernon Kuehn (11)* Ms. Catharine LaMont (1) The Honorable Lisa Langton & Mr. Charlie Langton (1) Mr. Raymond A. Latimer (3) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Leipsitz (1) Mr. Mark Lezotte & Ms. Patricia Little (10)* Ms. Kirstie Lowe (3)* M 2 Munier Mann Design Studio, Inc. (1) M-1 Rail (1) Mr. Michael J. Mahoney (3) Mainstreet Apparel Corporation (1) Mr. Lawrence R. Marentette (1)* Ms. Carolyn M. Martin (5) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Martin (12) Mr. & Mrs. Webb F. Martin (9)* Masco Corporation Foundation (2) Mr. & Mrs. Ned S. McClurg (1) McFarlan Home, Inc. (1) McLaren Macomb (2) Ms. Liesel L. Meijer (1)


2014 Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. George Melnyk (8) Dr. Claudia Menton (7) Ms. Anne M. Mervenne (1) Mr. & Mrs. James A. Mesterharm (1) Michigan Sting Hockey Club (2) Maude & Gorton Milliken Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jim Liska (1) Mr. & Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree (18) Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Morley (1) Ms. Juanita A. Muller (1) Ms. Brenda Murphy (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Neff (7) Mr. & Mrs. Timothy O’Brien (2) Mr. Wayne Oehmke (1) Mr. & Mrs. John H. Ogden (1) Mrs. Ann T. Opperthauser (1) Mr. Melvin L. Parker & Dr. Gwendolyn H. Parker (11) Mr. Douglas L. Payne (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne (11)* Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Pettibone (1) Ms. Francesca M. Phillips (11) Ms. Lynn M. Pietrzak (12) Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike (6) Mrs. Patricia P. Pike (13) Mr. Aaron Price (2)* Priority Health (1) Progressive Casualty Insurance Co. (1) Mr. Donald Pryor & Mrs. Diana Mercer-Pryor (8)* Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau (19) Mr. & Mrs. W. Paul Rau (6) Mr. John N. Redash (1) Right Moves for Seniors (1) Mrs. Mary M. Robertson (9) ROG Mechanical (8) Ms. Elizabeth Rogerson (1) Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community (2) Mr. Bruce Sanders (1) Ms. Jean Scates & Mr. Ray Wieckert (1) Mr. Karl Schillinger (8) Ms. Jannie M. Scott (12)* Semco Energy (1) Mr. William P. Shield, Jr. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael B. Shim (1) Ms. Frances L. Simmons (1) Miss Marjorie Simpson (9)* Mr. & Mrs. William Sisco (4)* Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Sivak (5) Skyweb Networks & Marine (1) *Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Mr. & Mrs. David Small (1) Smart I.T. Services, Inc. (3) Mr. Carl Smith & Rev. Mary Austin (2) Mr. Philip Smith (1) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sonnenberg (12) Mr. & Mrs. David Sonnenberg (7) Mr. & Mrs. James L. Spencer (5) The Spiritual Israel Church (1) Starky’s Construction Inc. (3) Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Stokes (10)* Ms. Sheri M. Stover (2) Stuart Leve, Inc. (5) Ms. Priscilla Thompson (3) Mr. & Mrs. Turner S. Thompson, Jr. (2)* Rev. Dr. Allen D. Timm & Dr. Janna C. Roop (1) Total Health Systems (2) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Turman (1) The Village of Hampton Meadows Resident Council (3) The Village of Sage Grove Residents (1) The Village of Warren Glenn Residents (3) The Village of Westland Resident Council (21) Mr. Thomas Wackerman (1) Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Wade (1) Mr. & Mrs. Edsel J. Walimaa (2) Mr. John S. Walker (2) Mr. & Mrs. W. James Walker (12) Mr. Willie L. Warren, Jr. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Currie Weed (1) Ms. Rhonda Welburn (2) West Construction Services (3) WGPR Radio Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. White (2) Mr. & Mrs. Gill Whitman (1) Ms. Diane Williams (5) Mr. Timothy P. Wintermute & Ms. Kathleen Sutcliffe (7)

WM. R. Curtis Inc. (3) Mr. & Mrs. George Woodcock (1) Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie (7)* Mr. & Mrs. David Yudasz (3) Mr. & Mrs. Robinson E. Zamorano (10) Ms. Karen Ziginow (9) Mr. & Mrs. David R. Zimmer (4) Mr. L. Paul Zinn (1)*

VILLAGE CONTRIBUTOR $249 AND BELOW A-1 Electrical Services, Inc. (1) Rev. Estelle Aaron (1) Academy Utility Consultants (1) Ms. Adrienne D. Adams (1) Ms. Karen L. Adams (1) Ms. Martha Adams (1) Ms. Muriel Adams (1) Advanced Health Pharmacy Inc. (1) Advantage Apparel (2) Agility Health (5) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Ahee (1) Mr. Craig Alcantara (1) Ms. Joyce Alfaro (1) Ms. Andrea Allen (2) Mr. Cory Allen (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Allen (1) Mr. Merle J. Allen (9) Ms. Regina Allen (1) Allison Personnel Service Inc. (2) Mr. Jim AlRiashi (1) Mr. & Mrs. John D. Altstetter (1) American Carpet Care, Inc. (2) Mrs. Marcia B. Ames (1) Mr. Bradley R. Amiot (1) Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Amlin (1) Ms. Kristine A. Anderson (1)

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2014 Gifts

Ms. Margaret Anderson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Anderson (1) Ms. Shawna L. Anderson (1) Stephanie & Jessica Andrews (1) Anonymous - 6 Donors Mr. & Mrs. William C. Anton (1) Arbor Tree Service (1) Ms. Mildred Armstrong (3) Ms. Matilda Arnold (3) Mr. & Mrs. John Aubrey (1) Rev. & Mrs. Kent Aughe (12) Ms. Christine Avila (3) Ms. Cindy A. Babisz (1) Ms. Grace Badejo (1) Mrs. Barbara J. Baker (1) Mr. & Mrs. Don Baker (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Baker (1) Mr. & Mrs. John D. Baker (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Baker (1) Ms. Bernadine Baldwin (1) Ms. Cinthia J. Bamfield (2) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bara (2) Ms. Shirley Bargen (2) Ms. Elizabeth Barham (9) Ms. Elizabeth Barnes (2) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Baron (7) Mr. & Mrs. James R. Bartlett (1) Mrs. Jimmie Lee Bass (1) Mrs. Irene A. Battaglia (2) Mrs. Donna Baxter (1) Ms. Deborah L. Beard (8)* Ms. Cheryl L. Beatty (10) Mrs. Marie M. Beaulac (2) Ms. Linda S. Bechtel (1) Miss Virginia Becker (4) Mr. John C. Begin (5) Mr. Gregory T. Bell (1) Mr. John S. Bell (1) Ms. Joanne Beltz (1) Ms. Mary Bennett (2) Ms. Thelma Bennett (1) Ms. Barbara Benson (2) Ms. Sharon Benton (7) Mr. Eric S. Bergeron (1) Bergman Specialty Products Inc. (1) Mr. Barry Berk (1) Mr. Michael A. Bertolin (2) Miss Virginia Bertoncello (1) Mr. Link H. Bessert (1) Best Effort Cleaning Service (1)

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Mr. Douglas M. Bigham (1) Ms. Lillie Bilberry (1) Ms. Lana M. Bird (9) Ms. JoAnn Bisbee (1) Ms. Rebekah R. Bisbee (1) Mrs. Delores C. Bishop (10) Ms. Janice Bizzle (1) Ms. Fannie Blackshear (2) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Blackwell (1) James & Bonnie Blair (1) Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Blanchard (1) Mr. & Mrs. Eugene H. Blankenship (12) Ms. Mary Ellen Bly (1) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Boka (1) The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bond (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Bonstelle (2) The Book Club of Grosse Ile (1) Mr. & Mrs. Pier Borra (1) Ms. Jennifer Bouchard (2) Ms. Joann Bouler (1) Ms. Sherry C. Bouler (1) Mr. Roy Bour (1) Ms. Madge Bourdo (1) Mr. & Mrs. William R. Bowen (1) Ms. Suzanne Bowker (3) Ms. Elizabeth Sturges Bowman (2) Mr. Andrew S. Boyce (1) Mr. Robert Boyle (2) Shelby Bradford (1) Ms. Dolores M. Bradway (1) Ms. Mattie Brady (1) Ms. Pearlie Brady (3) Ms. Cherry Brandon (1) Mr. & Mrs. Russell Braun (1) Ms. Nancy C. Brecht (11) Mrs. Camille D. Breen (6) Ms. Mary T. Breen (12) Mr. Joseph Brenkus (1) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brideau (1) Mr. & Mrs. Steven R. Briggs (2)* Brilar (2) Mrs. Madelon Broadnax (2) Mr. Jacob M. Broder (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Bruce A. Brooks (2) Ms. Christine Browder (2) Ms. Yvonne Browder (7) Ms. Annie Brown (2) Mr. David Brown (1) Mr. Edgar M. Brown (5)

Ms. Irene T. Brown (4) Mr. James D. Brown, Jr. (4) Ms. Mary Brown (1) Mr. Michael M. Brown (3) Ms. Patricia M. Brown (3)* Ms. Virginia Brown (2) Mr. James Brownlee (1) Ms. Graziella Bruner (1) Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo J. Bryan (1) Sheila & Matthew Buchman (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Buell (1) Mr. & Mrs. Harold Bulger (1) Ms. Mary L. Bullard (1) Mr. Andrew Bullock (1) Bunker, Clark, Winnell & Nuorala, P.C. (1) Mr. Charles Burke (1) Mr. & Mrs. Carl Burkeen (8) Ms. Gervaise Burks (2) Ms. Juanita Burks (1) Ms. Mary Burt (2) Ms. Jenifer W. Bushman (8) Busy Bee’s of Harmony Village (1) Mrs. Jane E. Butcher (2) Ms. Jewel Butler (1) Ms. Judith A. Byrwa (1) Mr. Henry Cabbil (1) Rev. Arthur Caldwell (1) Ms. Gracine E. Callahan (1) Mrs. Martha Cameron (1) Ms. Helen Campbell (1) Mr. Stuart Campbell (4) Mr. & Mrs. Ted Campbell (1) Ms. Joyce Carbin (2) Carmen Gonino Tile (1) Ms. Gwendolyn Carswell (9) Mr. & Mrs. Don Carter (1) Casadei Structural Steel, Inc. (2) Ms. Josie Casey (1) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Cassidy (5) Mrs. Carolyn Catchings (2) Cattin Family Trust (1) Ms. Michelle M. Caza (1) Mr. Kevin Centala (2) Ms. Betty Challenger (2) Ms. Nancy Chaltron (3) Mrs. Constance Charles (3) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Chattaway (1) Ms. Evangelina Chavez (1) Ms. Margaret Cheeks (3) Mr. & Mrs. William W. Chellis (1)


2014 Gifts

Ms. Tianshu Chu Chen (8) Mr. & Mrs. John Chesser (1) Ms. Doris Choffin (1) Ms. Susan Chomsky (1) Judge & Mrs. James P. Churchill (7) Ms. Regina Churchill (2) Dr. Dan Cirka (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Citko (1) Ms. Helen I. Clark (1) Ms. Linda K. Clark (1) Ms. Mary L. Clark (9) Ms. Kay L. Clarke (1) Ms. Cynthia A. Clarkson (1) Classic Investigative Agency (11) Ms. Marcella Cline (1) The Clothes Post (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins (13)* Ms. Alice S. Cohen (1) Ms. Joyce M. Collins (3) Mr. & Mrs. Tom Collins (2) Mr. & Mrs. A.Read Cone, III (11) Mr. Preston Cooper, Jr. (1) Ms. Terri M. Costea (2) Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cotter (1) Ms. Willie Mae Cotton (1) Ms. Joan Couvreur (1) Ms. Diane Cranston (1) Mr. Ronald P. Crofoot (1) Crooked Tree Arts Center (1) Mr. Steve Crose (1) Ms. Clara Crowell (3) Estate of Vestor Crumpton (1) Mr. James Curry (1) Ms. Sheila Cusic (1) Mr. & Mrs. Charles Cuthbertson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Czostkowski (7) Ms. Yolanda Daddezio (4) Ms. Patricia B. Dailey (1) Mrs. Carolyn M. Dalby (5) Mr. & Mrs. John J. Daly (2) Ms. Patricia M. Daniels (9) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Daniels (2) Ms. Carolyn Danielson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Elden R. Danielson (1) Ms. Debra Darling (1) Ms. Cheryl Darner (2) Ms. Dephanie Davis (1) Ms. Katherine Davis (2) Estate of Ola Davis (2) *Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

VILLAGE OF HILLSIDE RESIDENTS ENJOY THEIR NEW, MORE SENIOR-FRIENDLY TREADMILL, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH DONATIONS. Mr. Robert Davis (2) Ms. Rosie Davis (1) Mrs. Sadie Davis (3) Ms. Wilma Davis (1) Mr. & Mrs. Howard DeKarsky (1) Ms. Lorreta M. DeLoach (1) Mr. Ron Demick (1) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Demmer (1) Mr. & Mrs. William A. Demmer (1) Ms. Margaret R. DeMuynck (1) Mrs. Dorothy C. Dennis (2) Mr. & Mrs. Owen Derry (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Desandre (1) Ms. Elizabeth A. Detter (1) Ms. Linda Dinkins (1) Ms. Mildred E. Dixon (1) Mr. Aleksandr Dolgikh (9) Ms. Kathleen Donigan (1) Donnelly Strough Co. (1) Ms. Joann R. Duane (1) Ms. Pauline DuBay (2) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Dudzinski (1) Mr. Jerome Dudzinski (1) Ms. Karen M. Dumas (1) Ms. Mary P. Duncan (1) Dr. & Mrs. J. Richard Dunlap (1) Mr. & Mrs. Louis DuRussel (3) Ms. Rene’ Duty (3) Dr. & Mrs. Gary H. Dwight (1) Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Dye (6)* Mr. & Mrs. Peter Dyksterhouse (1) Mr. & Mrs. John D. Dyle (1) Mr. & Mrs. Herb Easley (1) Mrs. Carole Ebner-Ebner Design Associates, Inc. (4)* Ms. Mary Edwards (2)

Ms. Mary M. Edwards (3) Ms. Beverly Ekensten (1) Mrs. Marilyn D. Elder (1) Mr. & Mrs. John R. Elkins (1) Mr. & Mrs. Dale Ellis (1) Environmental Maintenance Engineers, Inc. (1) Ms. Cheryll A. Erickson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Erle (5) Ms. Diane J. Esper (1) eTel-Rx Pharmacy (12) Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Evans (1) Mr. & Mrs. John A. Everhardus (1) Eye Care Providers of Michigan, P.C. (1) Ms. Marcella A. Fahlgren (1) Mr. & Mrs. Roderick W. Failing (17) Rev. Dr. Fairfax F. Fair (1) Ms. Ivery Fair (2) Faith in Action of Oakland County (1) Ms. Ida Fantauzzi (5) Estate of Catherine Feathers (3) Ms. Laura L. Fecteau (5) Ms. Andrea Felice (9) Ms. Ellen K. Ferguson (9 Ms. Judy Ferguson (2) Ms. Phyllis Fink (1) Ms. Alice Finley (2) First Presbyterian Church of Warren (1) Ms. Rita T. Fischer (1) Mr. Aaron S. Fisher (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Fisher (10) Ms. Betty Fitzhenry (4) Ms. Eileen Flatt (1) Ms. Kay Flavin (1) Ms. Barbara F. Flemming (1) Ms. Evalyn B. Fogg (2)

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2014 Gifts

Ms. Ruth Foglesong (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Foley (1) Mrs. Nancy A. Foltz-Adams (1) Ms. Georgina Fontana (1) Mr. & Mrs. Earl E. Ford (1) Ms. Ovetta Forge (4) Fortis Net Lease (1) Mrs. Winnie Frank (1) Mr. Harry G. Franklin (1) Ms. Kathleen F. Franks (1) Ms. Janet Frederick (1) Mrs. Elizabeth M. Frey (1) Ms. Mary Caroline Frey (1) Mrs. Eleanor Friend (1) Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Frith (1) Ms. Victoria Fuger (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Gabriel (1) Dr. & Mrs. Laurence E. Gallagher (2) Ms. Arielle D. Gallman (1) Mr. Thomas J. Gallo (3) Ms. Elisabeth Galvin (1) Mr. Paul J. Gambka (8) Ms. Bernice Gardner (1) Mr. Deryl Gardner (1) Mr. John W. Gardner, Jr. & Mrs. Mona K. Ross-Gardner (7) Mrs. Thelma Garnett (2) Ms. April Garrett (1) Mr. Charles Garrett (2) Mrs. Frances J. Garrett (1) Ms. Saymatha Gaston (2) Mr. Frederick Gates & Rev. Sharlyn Gates (1) Sister Helen Therese Gazarek (9) Mrs. Dorothy Geddes (3) Ms. Cloeann Geissinger (2) Ms. Eleanore S. Gelbach (3)* Ms. Marisa L. Geldhof (2) Mr. James M. Gendron (1) John E.F. Gerlach PC (1) Mr. & Mrs. Doug E. Gettel (1) Mr. Carl Gianotti (1) Mr. & Mrs. Norman Gibson (3) Ms. Ann Gilbert (6) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillespie (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry Gingas (1) Mr. & Mrs. Pete Givens (3) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Glasser (7) Ms. Mary A. Glenn (1) Ms. Wilma J. Glenn (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ogolin Glover (9)

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Mr. Richard C. Glowacki (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Goldenbogen (1) Mr. Max J. Goldman (1) Dr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Goldsberry (1) Mr. & Mrs. David S. Goldstein (1) Ms. Tiffany M. Gomez (1) Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Goodwin, Jr. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lou Gostinger (1) Mr. Barry Goudsmit (2) Dr. Gwendolyn Graddy-Dansby (1) Ms. Marion L. Grady (1) Ms. Kathleen M. Graham (1) Ms. Katherine Grahn (2) Ms. Daphne Green (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jerry M. Green (5) Ms. Heather L. Green & Mr. Samuel R. Rohen (9) Ms. Joan Green (1) Mr. & Mrs. David H. Greene (1) Mrs. Patricia E. Greenwood (5) Ms. Toni D. Greig (10) Ms. Ona Greve (4) Ms. Sandra M. Griffin (1) Ms. Sarah Lee Griffin (1) Ms. Dora Griffith (1) Ms. Artelia J. Griggs (3) Ms. Jessica Gross (1) Mrs. Renee Guilford (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Gulley (1) Ms. Sandra Gunderson (3) Ms. Fidelis Guoan (1) Ms. Edith M. Gutowski (8) Dr. & Mrs. Brian Hadeed (1) Mr. Yusuf Abdul Hafeez (1) Mr. Jeffrey Hagen (3) Ms. Paula Hager (4)* Ms. Deondra Hale-King (1) Ms. Suanne Hall (2) Ms. Laura Hallmeyer (3) Ms. Reisa A. Hamilton (2) Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett (7) Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Hannah (1) Mr. & Mrs. Martin Hansen (9) Ms. Georgia A. Hardin (2) Ms. Ethel Harper (7) Ms. Sherraine Harrell (1) Ms. Antonia G. Harris (1) Ms. Yulanda Harris (2) Ms. Lisa Harrison (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kevin C. Hartley (1)

EACH YEAR, DONATIONS TO THE BENEVOLENCE FUND HELP RESIDENTS WHO HAVE OUTLIVED THEIR RESOURCES OR NEED EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.


2014 Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hartmann (1) Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. Hartwig (1) Ms. Rhonda Harvey (9) Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes (10) Mrs. Mary A. Hawkins (1) Mr. David B. Hea (1) Health Source Home Care, Inc. (1) Healthcare Margin Specialists (6) Ms. Rachel A. Healy (1) Ms. Elaine Hearns (13) Ms. Dorothy Height (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Heikkila (2) Mrs. Doris M. Heikkinen (3) Ms. Jennifer L. Heim (2) Ms. Katherine Heinrich (3) Mr. Thomas C. Heinrich (5) Ms. Marilyn Heldt (3) Ms. Florence Hempsted (3) Mr. Robert J. Henderson, III (1) Mrs. Lavina E. Hendrick (1) Ms. Deanna Hendricks (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Peter J.M. Henry (4) Mr. Daniel J. Hepp (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Hepp (1) Ms. Vincentia Hepp (1) Dr. Anita M. Herman, Ed.D. (1) Ms. Nancy Herman (2) Mr. & Mrs. Victor S. Hess (4) Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Hewitt (2) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Hibbard (3) Mrs. Lisa Hibbard (1) Ms. Gloria Hicks Long (4) Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey B. Higgs (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Hill (1) Mrs. Dolores Hill (2) Ms. Deborah S. Hillebrand (1) Ms. Gretchen R. Hirsch (1) Ms. Marijo Hockley (1) Mrs. Vera L. Hofbauer (9) Ms. Crystal Holley (1) Ms. Kay Hollister (3) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell (10) Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Hollway (3) Ms. Frances Holly (5)* Holly Area Community Coalition (1) Holly Foot & Ankle Specialists (2) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Honeycheck (1) Mr. Michael F. Hooton (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Hopkins (1) Ms. Sharon Hopkins (1) *Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Mr. Phillip Hornbuckle (3) Mrs. Doris J. Horton (9) Ms. E. Elaine Hossack (2) Ms. Helen Houston (1) Ms. Sadie Howard-Hewitt (3) Rev. William Wyne & Mrs. Josie Howard-Wyne (2) Ms. Barbara Hubbard (1) Mrs. Wanda M. Hubbell (4) Ms. Lois Hubenet (1) Rev. & Mrs. David Huber (7) Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Hudson (1) Ms. Polly Hudson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Don Huff (1) Mr. Dale D. Huffman (2) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hughes (1) Ms. Julie Hughes (1) Estate of Cheryl Humphrey (1) Ms. Constance E. Hunter (1) Ms. Kristian Hurley (1) Mr. John W. Hushen (5) Mr. & Mrs. Pat Hylant (1) Ms. Janice Ingraham (1) Ms. Kathleen Iocca (1) Mr. Kevin G. Irwin (1) Ms. Lisa Henderson Irwin (1) Jeffrey & Joanne Ishbia & Family (1) Mr. Robert R. Israels (2) Mrs. Charity Jackson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Horace Jackson, Jr. (2) Ms. Mary Jackson (2) Mrs. Vera Jackson (1) Mrs. Cheryl A. Jacobs (19) Ms. Kathleen G. Jacobson (1) Mrs. Catheryn James (1) Ms. Jackie Janetski (1) Ms. Linda Janetski (1) Ms. Andrea Jenkins (1) Ms. Brenda A. Jenkins (1) Ms. Dereka Johnson (6) Mr. Edwin A. Johnson, Jr. (2) Ms. Helen K. Johnson (1) Ms. Ida Lee Johnson (2) Ms. Linda Johnson (8) Mr. Robert Johnson (1) Ms. Vernice Johnson (1) Ms. Hazel Johnson-Anderson (1) Ms. Cecelia Johnston (2) Ms. Elaine C. Johnston (3) Ms. Cora E. Jones (1)

Ms. Diana C. Jones (1) Mrs. Dorothy L. Jones (9) Ms. Kina Jones (1) Mr. Lorenzo Jones (1) Mr. Mark A. Jones (9) Mr. Nate Jones (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Jones (3) Ms. Wylene Jones (3) Ms. Judy V. Jordan (5) Mrs. Kristin Joyce (1) Ms. Katherine Juckett (4) Ms. Sallie Justice (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kalka (6) Mr. & Mrs. Roderick W. Kallgren (11) Ms. Holly Kaszuba (3) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Keating Mr. & Mrs. Matthew S. Keefe, Jr. (1) Ms. Jena Keesler (1) Kelley’s Draperies & Blinds (2) Mrs. Virginia Kendrick (1) Mrs. Pauline Kenner (9) Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Kenney (1) Mrs. Lynn G. Kenworthy (2) Mr. & Mrs. Otto Kern (2) Ms. Lois A. Kerr (11) Mr. & Mrs. Rick Kessler (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ron Keup (1) Ms. Geraldine L. Kidd (4) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Ray H. Kiely (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Killewald (1) Ms. Jeanne M. Kimber (1) Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough (8) Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. King (4) Mr. & Mrs. James E. King (1) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph King (1) Mr. Kenneth Bissey & Ms. Joyce King (8) Mr. & Mrs. Stephen W. King (1) Ms. Rhonda King-Jackson (1) Ms. Elaine S. Kirton (1) Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook (13) Ms. Stacey L. Klooster (4) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kocan (2) Mr. & Mrs. James E. Kochensparger (1) Ms. Madeleine Kocsisko (1) Mr. Karl Kolb (1) Ms. Pearl L. Koning (3) Ms. Laura Kors (1) Mr. Michael J. Kotubey (1) Mr. & Mrs. Louis Kovach (3)

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Mrs. Richard Kozlowski (1) Mrs. Mary G. Kreid (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kress (1) Mrs. Theresa Kress (1) Ms. Shirley E. Kunkel (3) Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Kurap (1) Ms. Judi Kuykendall (2) Ms. Sherrie Lacey (3) Ms. Dorothy Lackey (2) Mrs. Patricia LaCount (1) Mr. & Mrs. David G. Ladd (1) Mr. & Mrs. Cornell LaLone (3) Ms. Denise M. Lamar (12) Mrs. Marice Lamar (1) Mrs. Marilyn L. Landane (1) Ms. Nicole R. Langmesser (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Larrance (1) Mr. & Mrs. Albert Latcha (3) Mrs. Lucile R. Latta (8) Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lavene (1) Mrs. Ethel Lawler (7) Ms. Therese Lawless (2) Mr. Donald B. Lawrence (2) Mr. Justin Lay (1) Ms. Mary M. Layton (2) 44 Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

Mrs. Lee Leddy (2) Mrs. Annie Legrand (2) Ms. Eileen Lehnert (4) Mrs. Joan F. Lehoczky (5) Ms. Danielle Leithauser (1) Mrs. Loretta Leithauser (1) Mr. Glen S. LeRoy (1) Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Levitt (1) Ms. Barbara A. Lewis (1) Ms. Bertha Lewis (1) Mr. Burke T. Lewis (1)* Mrs. Clara Lewis (2) Ms. Catherine L. Liesman (3) Ms. Lucy Ligon (2) Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church (1) Mrs. Sylvia M. Lindemann (2) Mrs. Barbara T. Lindsey (1) Mrs. Phyllis R. Lipsey (9) Ms. Carol Lipski (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert List (1) Vincent & Betty Little (2) Mr. Gow Litzenburger (1) Dr. Mary E. Lloyd (4) Estate of Marilyn Long (2) Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Long (3) Ms. Apryl J. Lopes (1) Mrs. Gwendolyn Lott (1) Ms. Sharon Love (1) Mr. Jason Lovelly (3) Ms. Donna Lowe (1) Mrs. Lesley Luft (1) Ms. Bernadine Luke (1) Ms. Patricia Luke (1) Ms. Gloria Lumetta (1) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Lundgaard (2) Mr. & Mrs. W. David Lyle (1) M & P Swiss Products, LLC (1) Mrs. Diane K. MacKenzie (1) Mr. Andrew Macleod (1) MacNall Building Services (1) Ms. Maggie E. Magoon (1) Mahjong Group at Perry Farm Village (1) Ms. Ann Main (1) Mr. Eddie Makry (1) Ms. Melissa A. Malane (12) Ms. Sandy Malone (1) Mr. Del Diego Manning (8) Mrs. Lois Manville (4)* Mr. & Mrs. Fred Manz (1) Maria McGuire, Inc. (2) Ms. Martha Martin (2)

Ms. Rosemary J. Martin (1) Mr. William Martin (1) Mrs. Kathy Marzolf (1) Mr. Clifford Mason (1) Masonpro, Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Massingille (3) Lorraine D. Matson Foundation (14) Ms. Betty Matthews (1) Ms. Terry A. Mavis (12) Ms. Carrie Maxwell (5) Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Mayer (8) Mr. & Mrs. George Mayes (12) Ms. Maureen Mayne (6) Ms. Janet H. Mazzara (4) Mrs. Denise Mazzetti-Hood & Mr. Randy Hood (4) Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. Mbidzo (1) Ms. Mildred E. McAllister (5) Ms. Dorothy C. McAninch (1) Mr. & Mrs. Charles McArthur (1) Mrs. Linda McCain (1) Mr. & Mrs. James McCandless (1) Ms. Connie McCann (3) Mr. Philip A. McComish & Dr. Judith Fry McComish (8) Mr. & Mrs. Pat McConnell (1) Ms. Thelma McCoy (2) Mr. Max McCullough (3) Ms. Judy D. McDaniel (9) Mr. Jamar McDonald (1) Mr. Joseph H. McDonald (1) Ms. Carrie H. McElroy (2) Mrs. Nancy McEnroe (1) Mrs. Mattie McFarlin (1) Ms. Patricia McGarvey (2) Col. & Mrs. David R. McGee, Jr. USAF Ret. (2) Mr. & Mrs. Keith McGlaughlin (1) Estate of Opel McGoldrick (4) Mr. Ken McIntyre (1) Ms. Cheryl McKenzie (1) Ms. Bernice McKeown (1) Ms. Cathy McLeod (1) Ms. Doris McLiechey (1) Mr. Patrick W. McLogan (7) Mr. & Mrs. Russell A. McNair, Jr. (1) Ms. Janice McPhail (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. McSwain (15)* Mr. & Mrs. Donald Means (1) Mr. Steven C. Measel (1) Rev. Dr. George O. Mehaffey (1) Mr. Allan Todd & Dr. Jennifer Mendez (1)


2014 Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Mendyka (1) Estate of Ida Mercurio (3) Mr. Modesto Merino (1) Metro North Federal Credit Union (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Metzger (7) Michigan Metro Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (1) Mr. Donell Miles (2) Ms. Dorothy B. Miller (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Miller (1) Ms. Lois H. Miller (10) Dr. Peter R. Miller (1) Ms. Theldha Miller (3) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Miller (1) Mr. Michael Mills (3) Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Mills (2) The Millush Family (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Milock (1) Samuel Miscisin Trust (1) Mr. Michael Mitchell (1) Mr. Sean M. Mitchell (9) Ms. Lynn Montgomery (1)* Ms. Tracee P. Montgomery (1) Ms. Beatrice Moore (1) Eric & Connie Moore (3) Ms. Joan C. Moore (1) Mr. Joseph L. Moore (2) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moran, Jr. (2) Ms. Betty Ann Morgan (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Morin (6) Ms. Pesheshia Morris (1) Mrs. Helen Morrison (3) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Morrison (3) Mrs. Florence Morton (2) Ms. Kentoria L. Moss (1) Mr. Matthew Moss (5) Rob & Vee Mossburg (3) Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Motschall (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Muench (6) Ms. Deborah A. Muhich (2) Ms. Aujah D. Mullins (1) Ms. Emelda Mullins (2) Mrs. Kathleen Mumford (2) Mr. & Mrs. D.A. Murphy (1) Mr. Duane F. Murphy (1) Mr. & Mrs. Randal Murphy (1) Ms. Patricia Murray (1) Ms. Shawna O. Murry (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Murtfeldt (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. Myers, III (9) Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius Myrick (1) *Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Ms. Wilma Nagel (1) Ms. Joan M. Nagrant (2) Ms. Nadine Nash (1) Mr. Thomas Neal (1) Ms. Bridget Neely (1) Ms. Doris M. Neff (1) Ms. Irene Nelson (3) Mr. Willie Nelson (2) Ms. Frances H. Ness (4) Dr. & Mrs. Dale Nester (6) Mr. & Mrs. Gordon A. Nethercut (5) Mr. Gerald E. Neumann (6) Ms. Alice Nichols (1) Mr. John Nichols (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Ninneman (1) Ms. Marguerite Nolan (2)

Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Orvis (22) Mr. Charles Otis (1) Mrs. Mary Lou Overmyer (2) Ms. Linda Owens (1) Mr. & Mrs. Stephon Owens (1) P & H Plumbing & Heating, Inc. (1) Ms. Frances Packer (1) Mrs. Kathy Palmero (3) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Pankow (5) Ms. Tracey E. Papa (1) Ms. Carol Papineau (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ed Pappas (1) Mr. Bunia Parker (3) Ms. Caroline Parker (3) Mrs. Diana D. Parker (13) Mrs. Mary Sue Parson (1)

A NEWLY REMODELED, LARGER WORSHIP SPACE WAS CREATED AT THE VILLAGE OF WESTLAND THROUGH THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF DONORS. THE CHAPEL OF ALL FAITHS IS ABLE TO SERVE MORE RESIDENTS AND LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS THAN THE PREVIOUS SPACE.

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Nosek (2) Mr. Daniel Novak (1) Ms. Eileen M. Oakley (4) Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas F. Ochoa (1) Ms. Dolores Ochoa (1) Mr. & Mrs. Raul Ochoa (1) Ms. Pat O’Connor (1) Mr. Michael Odom (1) Mrs. Yolanda Odom (1) Ms. Karin Offield (1) Mrs. Rebecca Ogrodowski (1) Ms. Cameron O’Keefe (3) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Oles (1) Rev. & Mrs. Charles Olsen (7) David & Jackie Ong (2) Optimal Care, Inc. (4) Mr. David J. Orlando, Sr. (1) Ms. Carmen Ormsby (3)

Ms. Flo Pascoe (2) Mrs. Ann Pasternak (4) Mr. & Mrs. David K. Patton (7) Ms. Jennifer M. Pauly (7) Ms. Sandy Peacock (2) Ms. Ernestine Peete (2) Estate of Walter Peltz (1) Ms. Violet Pelzer (1) Rev. John E. Peoples (2) Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey S. Perkins (1) Mike & Sue Perkins (2) Ms. Charnai R. Perry (2) Ms. Geraldine Perry (2) Mr. & Mrs. James B. Perry (1) Mrs. Amy L. Persyn (1) The Honorable & Mrs. Gary Peters (1) Mr. & Mrs. Chris Petersen (1) Ms. Maxie J. Petry (4) 2014 ANNUAL REPORT

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2014 Gifts

SEWING MATERIALS, FUNDED BY DONATIONS, ENABLE RESIDENTS AT THE VILLAGE OF OUR SAVIOUR’S MANOR TO CONTINUE VOLUNTEER EFFORTS THROUGH THEIR GIFTED HANDS PROGRAM. IN 2014, RESIDENTS CHOSE TO CREATE ANIMAL PILLOWS TO DONATE TO THE WESTLAND GOODFELLOWS, AN ORGANIZATION THAT SUPPORTS FAMILIES IN NEED.

Ms. Peggy Pfau (2) Ms. Linda Pifer (1) Mr. Ernest Plummer (1) PM Environmental, Inc. (2) Mr. Chris Polk (1) Bob & Patti Pollack (2) Ms. Esther Polmanteer (3) Mr. Nolan Poloney (1) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pomaville (1) The Honorable Wendy Potts & Mr. David Potts (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lare Poucher (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Powell (1) Ms. Beth Prater (1) Ms. Sandy Praught (1) Precisioncraft Co., Inc. (1) Ms. Jessica Pries (1) Rev. & Mrs. Benjamin Prince (3) Ms. Carrol Proctor (1) Ms. Jeanne Prokes (2) Ms. Dora Prude (1) Pure Word Missionary Baptist Church (1) Ms. Phyllis Quandt (2) Mrs. Gail P. Quann (6) Ms. Marie D. Quint (12) Ms. Denise Rabidoux (4)* Mr. Ruben Ramos (3) Ms. Mary Sue Randolph (1) Ms. Wendy Ranere & Ms. Beverly Mark (1) Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Rauschke (2) Mrs. Karen Rawls (1) Ms. Josephine R. Redd (1) Ms. Gladys Redlin (1) Mrs. Margaret Reed (3) Ms. Tanisha Reed-Hobbs (4) Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Reese (5) 46 Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Reith, P.E. (3) Relevar, L.L.C. (1) Mrs. Dorothy Remsberg (2) Resources For Healthy Living (1) Mr. Robert F. Rhoades (1) Ms. Yvonne M. Richards (1) Ms. Thelma Richardson (4) Ms. Betty Ridley (1) Ms. Melissa Riesterer (2) Mr. Jason R. Riggins (7) Ms. Bernice M. Riggs (3) Ms. Rebecca Robbins (1) Ms. Cassie M. Roberts (8) Ms. Margaret Roberts (1) Ms. Nancy Roberts (2) Mr. Raymond H. Roberts (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tad Robertson (3) Ms. Gwendolyn Robertson (2) Mr. Robert Robertson (2) Ms. Anita L. Robinson (4) Ms. Gloria E. Robinson (6) Ms. Jacqueline H. Roda (1) Mr. Jerome C. Rodeman (2) Ms. Constance M. Rodriguez (9) Mr. Kenneth Rogers (1) Mr. & Mrs. David L. Roncelli (1) Mr. & Mrs. David L. Root (1) Ms. Kathleen Roseborough (1) Rosebush United Methodist Women (2) Ms. Mary Jo Rosen (1) Ms. Jane Rosner (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Ross (19) Mr. & Mrs. Dan Ross (1)* Ms. Anne L. Roszczewski (1) Mr. Richard Roth (1) Mr. Rickey Roth (2)

Mrs. Kathleen L. Royal (2) Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan (26) Ms. Joyce E. Rupersburg (1) Rev. James P. Russell & Mrs. Judith Gulliver-Russell (12) Estate of Dolores Ryan (1) Mr. John Ryan (1) Ms. Mary E. Saffian (2) Ms. Rose M. Saffold (4) Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Sanders (4) Ms. Veola Sanders (3) Ms. Susan Sandy (1) Ms. Constance Sarkozi (3) Mr. & Mrs. James Sattler (3) Ms. Barbara J. Saunders (1) Ms. Elizabeth Saunders (1) Ms. Kathleen M. Saunders (1) Ms. Leona T. Saunders (1) Mr. Michael J. Saunders (1) Mr. Tyson Scaife (1) Mr. & Mrs. Hans Schaefer (3) Ms. Morag Schang (8) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Schauer (4) Ms. Molly A. Schechter (1) Mr. Thomas Schellenberg & Ms. Joan Young (1) Ms. Lois Schenk (1) Mr. & Mrs. John J. Schiltges (1) Ms. Vernona M. Schleicher (3) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid (12) Ms. Samantha C. Schneider (1) Ms. Helaen K. Schroeder (1) Mr. Robert Schuessler (1) Mrs. Janice M. Schulte (8) Ms. Doris Schwaderer (2) Mr. & Mrs. Weldon A. Schwiebert (9) Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sears (1) Mr. Jerome M. Seaton (14) Sebesta Brothers Electric (2) Sister Arlene R. Seckel, O.P. (1) Ms. Cynthia Seigneurie (2) Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Serra (1) Mr. & Mrs. Arden W. Shafer, Jr. (2) Mr. Faheem Shakoor (1) Ms. Leslie M. Shanlian (2) Ms. Tanya Shapiro (2) Ms. Judith Shatto (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Shatto (1) Mrs. Janice B. Shaw (6) Shekinah Tabernacle Gospel Church (1) Ms. Vivian E. Shelton (3)


2014 Gifts

Ms. Regina Sherman (1) Mr. & Mrs. Steve Shiflett (1) Ms. Monica Short (1) Ms. Sharon Shreve (3) Ms. Maria Siacon (1) Ms. Elsa K. Silverman (1) Ms. Randi Simko (1) Ms. Mary Simmons (2) Ms. Thelma Simpson (3) Ms. Gail Sliwinski (1) Ms. Sally Slusser (1) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce I. Smith (12) Mr. Carl J. Smith (8) Mr. Dale M. Smith (1) Ms. Debbie Smith (3) Ms. Donna Smith (1) Mr. Elisha Smith (1) Mrs. Elrece Smith (1) Ms. Mattie E. Smith (2) Mr. Russell J. Smith (2) Mr. Bernard Smogor (1) Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Smogor (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Smogor (4) Ms. Candace S. Snow (1) Mrs. Kate Snow-McCaffrey (1) Mr. & Mrs. Milton Snyder (1) Dr. & Mrs. Ronald D. Snyder (1) Ms. Nancy R. Soderholm (1) Mrs. Lisa M. Sonnenberg (2) Mr. & Mrs. James Sorrentino (1) Southeast Westland Homeowners Association (1 Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Spaller (10) Mr. Ron Spann (1) Mr. Ronald L. Spears & Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears (4)* Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Spence (1) Ms. MaDonna Spence (2) Ms. Doris Spencer (3) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout (7) Mr. Marshall A. Spinner (3) Mrs. Virginia M. Spurr (4) Mrs. Fay I. Squibb (3) Ms. Nancy L. Stager (2) St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (9) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Starke (1) Mr. Winston L. Stebbins (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Steele (2) Ms. Vera Steele (3) Ms. Michelle L. Steffen (13) Mr. James Steinman (1) *Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Ms. Marian C. Stephens (3) Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce (2) Mr. Ronald Stewart (1) Ms. Mary Stinson (1) Mrs. Gloria S. Stokes (9) Ms. Gladys Stolzenfeld (1) Ms. Cheri Stros (4) Ms. Mary Stye (8) Mr. Ronald Sumner (1) Ms. Betty Sutton (3) Mr. Donald Sutton (2) Mrs. Whitney Swanson (1) Ms. Betty R. Swartz (3) Mr. & Mrs. Steven R. Szymanski* Mr. & Mrs. Keith Tarnovich (1) Ms. Angelina Taylor (5) Mr. Arthur L. Taylor (11) Mrs. Barbara Taylor (3) Ms. Delmira Taylor (9) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Taylor (1) Ms. Shige Taylor (4) Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Taylor (1) Technical Hot & Cold (1) Mr. & Mrs. William Ten Eyck (4) Ms. Harriet B. Terlecki (10) Mrs. Avni Thomas (1) Ms. Carmen Thomas (4)* Ms. Alesia Thompson (3) Mr. Allan W. Thompson (2) Ms. Cheyney Thompson (1) Ms. Georgia Thompson (3) Ms. Shari Thompson (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Thorhauer (3) Ms. Mary Tillman (1) Mr. Maynard L. Timm & Mrs. Noreen A. Markley (8)

Ms. Joanne Tocco (1) Ms. Marla M. Tocco (2) Towne Mortgage Company (1) Mr. & Mrs. Hyren Trawick (1) Ms. Amanda Treasvant (1) Mr. & Mrs. Miles W. Trumble (1) Ms. Joyce Truvillion (1) Mr. Harold S. Tsuchiya (3) University Club (1) Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz (2) Ms. Doris Van Oyen (3) Ms. Carol A. VanDenBerg (2) Ms. Barbara VanWormer (2) Mr. & Mrs. Joel Vassallo (2) Ms. Karen L. Vaughn (1) Ms. Caren D. Vennard (1) Dr. & Mrs. Daniel J. VerBurg (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Verduin (5) Ms. Megan Vicari (1) Ms. Bonnie Vigil (1) Village Garden Club (1) The Village of East Harbor Dining Services (2) The Village of Hampton Meadows Residents (1) The Village of Mill Creek Residents (1) The Village of Oakland Woods Resident Council (1) The Village of Redford Staff (1) The Village of Spring Meadows II Residents (1) The Village of Woodbridge Manor Resident Council (7) Mr. Douglas R. Vincent & Ms. Janet Lemieux (12) Mr. Allen Vine (2) Mrs. Gladys Virag (1) Mrs. Virginia Visner (2)

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2014 Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. George Vogel (2) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Vollink (1) Mr. Jeffery D. Vollmar (1) Ms. Elizabeth Volstromer (7) Ms. Jacqueline L. Voyles (2) Ms. Martha Wadford (1) Mr. Ronald Waite (1) Mr. Dean A. Wakeland (1) Ms. Laura A. Waldowski (1) Ms. Catherine Walker (1) Mr. David Walker (1) Ms. Mary Ann Walker (6) Ms. Carol L. Wallwork (6) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Walstrom (3) Ms. JoAnn M. Walter (4) Mr. & Mrs. Jack Ward (1) Ms. Linda Ware (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Warner (8)* Mr. & Mrs. Gerald E. Warren (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Warren (5) Ms. Shirley Washington (1) Ms. Deirdre Waterman (1) Ms. Jeannie Waters (1) Ms. Johnnie Mae Watkins (1) Ms. Lisa M. Watkins (4)* Ms. Kimberly Watson (3) Mrs. Annie G. Watts (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Webb (3) Ms. Linda Webb (1) Ms. Sonia Webster (1) Ms. Megan L. Wedge (4) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Weikal (1) Ms. Diane Weisgarber (1) Mr. & Mrs. J.R. Weisgarber (1) Mr. John R. Weisgerber (2) Mr. & Mrs. John Weldon (1) Mr. Walter J. Weldon (1) Stacey & Bruce Welford (4) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Welsh (3) Ms. Ann Werner (4) Mrs. Janice V. Wharrie (8) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Whipple (1) Ms. Clacie L. White (1) Mr. Dennis White (1) Ms. Eva B. White (4) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Whitford (1) Mr. & Mrs. Allen W. Whittemore (1) Mrs. Carolyn R. Whittle (1) Ms. Doris N. Wight (3) Mr. & Mrs. Tyree Wilburn (1)

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Ms. Carol Wilcox (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tony Wilcox (9)* Mrs. Ann Irish Wilderom (1) Ms. Carolyn M. Williams (4) Mr. Cedric Williams (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Williams (1) Mrs. Delores F. Williams (2) Ms. Frances M. Williams (1) Ms. Iola Williams (1) Mr. Phillip D. Williams, Sr. (1) Ms. Helen M. Williamson (4) Ms. Barbara Wilson (2) Ms. Edith Wilson (1) Mrs. Judy M. Wilson (1) Ms. Milly Wilson (2) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Wilson (4) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Wilson (1) Mr. Wayne D. Wilson (1) Ms. Frances Wimbush (1) Mrs. Barbara Wisniewski (1) Mr. Richard Wisniewski (1) Rev. & Mrs. Robert F. Wollard (2) Mrs. Doris Wood (6) Ms. Ginny Wood-Broderick, L.M.S.W. (6) Ms. Richetta O. Woods (1) Mr. & Mrs. William Wreford (1) Mrs. Annie Wright (1) Ms. Mercides Wright (2) Ms. Nicole Wright (1) Ms. Patricia Wright (1) Mr. Jason J. Wrightner (1) Mr. & Mrs. Albert T. Wujcik (11) Ms. Maxine Yetter (1) Mr. & Mrs. David Young (1) Mr. & Mrs. Andrew M. Zack (1) Mr. Chester Zack (2) Mr. & Mrs. David M. Zechman (1) Mrs. Alice Zeckzer (1) Mr. John Zeig (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers (3)* Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Upsilon Psi Zeta Chapter (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Jack T. Ziegler (1) Mr. Bob Zinser (1) Estate of Betty Zuidema (2)

IN-KIND GIFT DONORS 7-Eleven Academy Utility Consultants African Safari Wildlife Park

Agility Health All-Med Medical Supply Mr. & Mrs. Denis Austin Best Western Sterling Inn Estate of Eunice Bielsky Blooming Candles Carelinc Medical L.T.C. Carmen Gonino Tile Chateau Chantal The Cheesecake Factory Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix C.J. Barrymore’s Entertainment The ComedySportz Theatre Estate of Dr. Robert F. Cooke Cranbrook Institute of Science Ms. Janet Cronin Mr. Ken Dalen The Damone Group, LLC Ms. Jacqueline M. Davis Estate of Charles Deboer Detroit Chemical & Paper Supply Company Detroit Historical Society Detroit Red Wings Detroit Tigers, Inc. Mr. Donald Desjardins Dillon Energy Services The Drive In Emagine Theatre Eric’s I’ve Been Framed Shop eTel-Rx Pharmacy Mr. & Mrs. H. William Freeman Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. Estate of Geraldine Gambino Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik Mr. Greg Gillham Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko Ms. Julie L. Granthen Grigg Graphic Services Mrs. Elizabeth Haewski Mr. Calvin Hanawalt Healthcare Cosmetology Services, Inc. Healthcare Margin Specialists Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Heikkila Ms. Margarite Heiniger The Henry Ford Ms. Kathleen Hernandez Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hotel St. Regis


2014 Gifts

DONATIONS ALLOWED THE VILLAGE OF PEACE MANOR TO REPLACE OUTDATED LOBBY FURNITURE WITH MORE COMFORTABLE AND INVITING SEATING FOR THE RESIDENTS TO ENJOY.

Ms. Loretta Hudson Impressions Group Inc. Inn on Ferry Street Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock John G. Shedd Aquarium Ms. Kina Jones Kelley’s Draperies & Blinds Kimi K Salon & Spa LaSalle Hotel Properties Louis Chop House Mr. & Mrs. Earl Lundy Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle Mrs. Frankie Masterson Matrix Theatre Company Ms. Joanne McCleary Meadow Brook Theatre Medstar Ambulance Service MGM Grand Detroit MJR Digital Cinemas Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Neff Northside Landscape Oakland County Parks & Recreation Commission Optimal Care, Inc. Park West Gallery Pewabic Pottery Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Pitchford Kendal PC Ms. Lan Powell Pro Quality Flooring Residential Home Health & Hospice Ben & Joanne Robinson

*Denotes a gift entirely or partially a multi-year pledge payment.

Rouge Makeup & Nail Studio Scalawags Golf Club William H. Scarlet & Associates Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Schmitt Ms. Jannie M. Scott Ms. Bonnie Sellers Ms. Billie L. Serba Serenity Life Balance Center Service Care, Inc. Ms. Regina Sherman Estate of Carol Sikorski Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Sloss Ms. Debbie Smith Somerset Inn Star Chiropractic Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout Sycamore Hills Golf Club Total Health Systems Unidine Corporation Walstrom Marine Estate of Mary Alice White Whole Foods Market Mr. & Mrs. Randall Zarza Zingerman’s Community of Businesses

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Strategic Goals

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2012 – 2015 System-wide Strategic Goals and 2015 Strategic Objectives Approved by the PVM Board of Directors on November 13, 2014 and Revisions to 5.1 Metrics Approved on January 29, 2015

The emphasis on our commitment to Service Excellence, to the Quality First Covenant; and, to delivering Ever-Improving Value to our customers is incorporated as a key priority in all facets of PVM’s system-wide accommodations, services, programs, care and relationships. BELIEFS AND VALUES We believe in and are passionately committed to: - serving seniors and positively transforming senior living. - delivering ever-improving quality to everyone we serve. - meaningful engagement of dedicated staff and volunteers. - highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity. - being respectful, inclusive and welcoming to those we serve. - responsible stewardship of resources.

1. BE A PROVIDER OF CHOICE • Launch the “consumer driven” engagement strategy that was developed in 2014, with established metrics for evaluation, that will strengthen PVM’s organizational culture. (PVM-SW & V) • Build on the established relationship(s) with healthcare systems and payors to strengthen the service and economic connections throughout 2015. Establish processes to document evidence of the results of the Value Proposition(s). (PVM-SW & V)

- effective communication. - wellness of mind, body, and spirit. MISSION STATEMENT Guided by our Christian heritage, we serve seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living. VISION STATEMENT To be the leader in senior living and to enhance the communities we serve.

2. DEVELOP AND EXPAND THE PROVISION OF HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES (HCBS) • Each Village will evaluate the needs of Village residents for services to enhance aging in community. At least one needed service or program will be made available to residents by December 31, 2015. (PVM-SW & V) • Foster aging in community in PVM Villages through the development of a system-wide strategy and plan that includes enhanced service coordination, care coordination, and engagement initiatives by August 31, 2015. Develop funding plan in preparation for 2016 implementation. (PVM-SW & V)

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Strategic Goals

3. STRENGTHEN PHILANTHROPY THROUGH BROADENING OUR DONOR BASE OF SUPPORT • Two months before the start of the 2015 Friends & Family Campaign, each Village will contact and thank, by telephone, all its 2014 donors who gave cumulatively $25 or more. (PVM-SW & V) • In collaboration with residents, board members and staff, each Village will develop a clear and succinct statement by July 1, 2015 that describes how donations to their Village have impacted and improved the quality of living for residents, and answers why a potential donor should give to their Village. (PVM-SW & V) • Develop and implement a board member engagement strategy on fundraising/fund development by December 31, 2015. (PVM-SW & V) • Meet or exceed 2015 budgeted fundraising targets associated with the comprehensive system-wide campaign (at least $2.7 million raised by December 31, 2015). (PVM-SW & V).

4. ENHANCE THE ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF EMPLOYEES • Each Village, the PVM Home Office and all other PVM managed entities will develop and implement at least one employee engagement strategy related to a core value of Service Excellence by June 30, 2015. (PVM-SW & V) • Develop and implement an employee focused strategy addressing work-life flexibility by June 30, 2015. (PVM-SW) 5. STRENGTHEN FINANCIAL CAPACITY • Achieve a 2015 operating ratio (operating cash expenses over cash revenues) of 98% and 94% for PVM Obligated Group and system-wide managed entities, respectively, and limit the amount of decrease in Obligated Group and PVM Corporate days cash on hand ratio by 20 and 13 days, respectively by December 31, 2015. (PVM-SW & V) • Execute the 2015-2017 Capital Structuring Plan and integrate plan into PVM 2016-2018 Strategic Plan by December 31, 2015. (PVM – SW & V)

6. ENHANCE AND EXPAND FACILITIES • Implement the 2015 Facilities Advancement Business Plan. (PVM-SW & V) • Each Village will implement at least one energy efficiency/ conservation project and/or program, including the evaluation of HUD’s “Better Building Challenge” that will enhance the existing physical plant and have a positive impact on improved financial performance by December 31, 2015. (PVM-SW & V) 7. STRENGTHEN ADVOCACY, COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS • Revise and further implement the PVM system-wide Advocacy Agenda by adopting new advocacy campaigns with partnering organizations. (PVM-SW & V) • Develop and implement a digital media strategy which would include digital marketing, an interactive website and social media by December 31, 2015. (PVM-SW & V)

2014 ANNUAL REPORT

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Leadership

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS

George B. Millush, Jr., Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance E. Kern Tomlin, Vice Chair for Governance Kenneth L. Hollowell, Vice Chair for Human Resources Ted L. Payne, Vice Chair for Quality First Johnnie Jackson, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Valerie D. Stokes, Executive Assistant

DIRECTORS

William L. Ball James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Director Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L. Hollowell David A. Imesch

Johnnie C. Jackson Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Cynthia Johnson George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. Ted Payne

Richard E. Rabbideau W. Paul Rau Robert R. Schroeder Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Richard J. Strowger E. Kern Tomlin

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

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN 2015 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 Johnnie Jackson, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Ted Payne, Vice Chair for Marketing and Community Relationships William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Valerie D. Stokes, Executive Assistant

DIRECTORS

William L. Ball Gary Beaulac James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Director Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings David A. Imesch Johnnie C. Jackson

Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Henry Johnson Duane Lewis George B. Millush, Jr. Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. W. Paul Rau Richard J. Strowger

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

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

James S. Gompers, Chair Thomas R. McAskin, Vice Chair Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation

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

Thomas E. Kimble David F. Lau Donald A. Lindow Thomas R. McAskin Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson

Patricia Pike Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Raymond H. Steben, Jr. John E. Utley

Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION 2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS

James S. Gompers, Chair Thomas R. McAskin, Vice Chair Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Donald A. Lindow, Secretary 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 Thomas R. McAskin Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson

Patricia Pike Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Raymond H. Steben, Jr. John E. Utley

Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGES OF MICHIGAN EXECUTIVE TEAM Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Brian W. Carnaghi, Senior Vice President of Finance & Business Development (CFO)

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JoAnn Robinson, Senior Vice President of Operations (COO)

Lynn Alexander, Vice President of Public Affairs & President/CEO of Your Aging Well Advisors

LaDonna Holley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Organizational Development

Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation


PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan VILLAGES Perry Farm Village, Harbor Springs 231.526.1500 The Village of Hillside, Harbor Springs 231.526.7108 Alpena Village, Alpena 989.356.3396 The Village of Rosebush Manor, Rosebush 989.433.0150 The Village of Hampton Meadows, Bay City 989.892.1912 The Village of Lake Huron Woods, Fort Gratiot Township 810.385.9516 The Village of East Harbor, Chesterfield Township 586.725.6030

The Village of Holly Woodlands, Holly 248.634.0592 The Village of Sage Grove, Kalamazoo 269.567.3300 The Village of Mill Creek, Battle Creek 269.962.0605 The Village of Spring Meadows, Jackson 517.788.6679 The Village of Oakland Woods, Pontiac 248.334.4379 The Village of Peace Manor, Clinton Township 586.790.4500 The Village of Warren Glenn, Warren 586.751.5090 The Village of Redford, Redford 313.531.6874 The Villa at Redford, 313.541.6000 The Cottages at Redford, 313.541.6300

The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor, Westland 734.595.4663 The Village of Westland, Westland 734.728.5222 Detroit: Hartford VIllage (under construction) 248 281 2024 The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, 313.259.9000 The Village of Bethany Manor, 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley, 313.832.9922 The Village of Harmony Manor, 313.934.4000 The Village of Oakman Manor, 313.957.0210 The Village of St. Martha’s, 313.582.8088 The Village of Woodbridge Manor, 313.494.9000 The Village of Gibraltar Manor, Gibraltar 734.676.4802

COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES PACE Southeast Michigan: Detroit Northwest, 313.543.6320 The Thome Rivertown, 855.445.4554 Community Connections Greater Midtown: Detroit, 313.831.1089

Harbor Springs

Alpena

Community Connections of Greater Harbor Springs: Harbor Springs, 231.526.5557

Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan** Rosebush

Community Connections*

Bay City

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations

Fort Gratiot Township

Holly

** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Jackson

Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland

Detroit

Gibraltar

26200 Lahser Road, Suite 300 Southfield, Michigan 48033-7157

248.281.2020 www.pvm.org


Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 26200 Lahser Road, Suite 300 Southfield, Michigan 48033-7157 248.281.2020 248.281.2060 Fax TTY# 800.649.3777 www.pvm.org

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan spans hundreds of miles from the beautiful shores of Harbor Springs to the elegant skyline of Detroit. By offering a wide variety of residential living options and home and community based services, PVM embraces and engages more than 4,300 seniors of all financial needs in and around our 25 villages throughout the state. Now celebrating our 70th anniversary, PVM is proud to present Michigan seniors with a full spectrum of residential and service options including apartments (affordable and income-qualified), condominiums, cottages, assisted living, Alzheimer’s/memory support services, rehabilitation (Transitional Care Units), skilled nursing care, Green HousesŽ, PACE Southeast Michigan, Community Connections, and more. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan provides equal housing opportunity to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, or national origin. The Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation advances the PVM mission by providing philanthropic support for resident emergency needs, innovative services and wellness programs for residents and seniors throughout the state. For more information call 248.281.2040 or make a gift online at www.pvmfoundation.org

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