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70 & Still Making Waves 2015 ushered in PVM’s 70th Anniversary celebration with the theme: 70 & Still Making Waves. Its founding year of 1945, at what is now The Village of Redford, was a year for the history books: one of international affairs and innovation, the year of V-E Day and V-J Day. The United Nations was established. It was a year which launched cruise control for cars, the first electronic computer and the microwave oven. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) created the first commercial broadcasting system. The careers of Gene Autry, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, The King Cole Trio, Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra were going strong. And it was the year in which Presbyterian Villages of Michigan first began to “make waves” for the betterment of seniors and the community by becoming a leader in housing. Thus began our culture of philanthropy with the donation of $10,000 by Clarence D. Sterling to help build this first village. Today we celebrate Mr. Sterling’s vision at our annual Calvin, Sterling and Peterson Mission Makers Societies Luncheon.

Today we continue to “make waves” with innovation, philanthropy and strong partnerships to boldly venture into new ways of providing housing and services. This will position PVM well into the future and maintain our reputation and commitment as a leader in senior housing and services. We also serve the community at large and have begun to expand home and community-based services to meet the ever-changing needs of seniors and their families. We have been fortunate over this past seventy years to have talented and dedicated leaders who continue to “make waves” with bold action. In capturing the essence of this 70th Anniversary, we have chosen to provide a portrait of some unique individuals who helped PVM deliver on the promise of enhancing the lives of seniors and the communities we serve.

Cover photo: 1930 Gar Wood 28' Triple Cockpit Runabout “Katie’s Choice” Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2014 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

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Dear Friends and Supporters of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, We are pleased to share the 70th Anniversary Annual Report for 2015 and want to thank you for your leadership and service throughout this past year. 2015 will be noted in the future as a transformational year which has shaped the future of PVM for decades to come. This important work will guide us in meeting the present and future needs of Michigan seniors and their families with healthy aging. As we honor our seventy year tradition for “making waves” as innovators, we look to the future with a sense of excitement for what lies ahead and serving Michigan seniors for another seventy years and beyond. Some of the major accomplishments which PVM achieved in 2015 can be summarized with: • Development of a revised system-wide Strategic Plan for 2016-2018, including an integrated Capital Financial Plan. • Continued growth of home and community based initiatives, including the launch of CareSync Solutions, Enhanced Service Coordination and the expansion of PACE Southeast Michigan. • Successful divestment of licensed portions of The Village of Redford campus to a compatible new “partner” organization and completion of the campus’ independent living expansion. • Strong progress on the system-wide comprehensive philanthropic campaign, exceeding the annual goal. • Implementation of new affiliations and collaborative relationships. • Launch of a new digital media strategy to include a total retooling of the PVM website. To learn more about a full listing of our accomplishments, please log on to Thank you for the trust you have placed in us as an organization with which to live, work and serve. It is through our collective contributions that we will make Michigan the best place to age!

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

70 & Still Making Waves

2015 ushered in PVM’s 70th Anniversary celebration with the theme: 70 & Still Making Waves! Since 1945 PVM has been making waves with significant positive impact. In 2015 we continued this fine tradition through bold actions, collaboration and innovation.

Collaboration brought about outcomes: • Enhanced care/service coordination in partnership with National Church Residences • Expansion and development of several home and community-based service partners, including CareSync Solutions, Metro In-Home Solutions (home repair and retrofitting) and the volunteer, member-driven Community Connections • Expansion of PACE Southeastern Michigan • Service to veterans and their families with the Legacy Corps program •R  epositioning of campuses for The Villages of East Harbor, Hillside, and Redford. • Management agreement with Delta Manor 4 | Presbyterian Villages of Michigan


Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Profiles In capturing the essence of our 70th Anniversary year in 2015, we have chosen to highlight the people who continued to “make waves” as leaders and examples of aging well and embracing the possibilities of a life well lived. Here are some of the unique individuals who helped PVM deliver on the promise of enhancing the lives of seniors and the communities we serve:


Judy is still making waves in a very positive way. As a long-time and enthusiastic fan of Good Morning America, this past year Judy made an appearance on its 40th Anniversary show. Judy was originally selected for the “Breakfast in Bed With Emeril” feature for a Mother’s Day show years ago. She had a very compelling story; and was nominated by the young twin “daughters” whom she raised from high school and college years. Their mother, who was a long-time friend for twenty years but had not lived near Judy

for many of those years, passed away while her daughters were still in high school. Judy kept her promise to raise them as her own, left a successful career in Washington D.C. and moved back to Michigan to raise them in their own home. She never thought about it twice and never looked back. She takes pride and joy in knowing that she made the difference in their lives and honored her friend. As in many acts of selflessness, Judy has reaped the joy associated with giving. Her friends at The Village of Hillside have stated that she is still a go-getter in every sense of the word. During this 40th Anniversary Show on November 19, 2015, GMA, along with Emeril and Ford Motor Company, presented Judy with a brand new Ford Escape! Congratulations Judy. Your positive take on life is an inspiration to all.


2015 was a stellar year for Mr. Hanchett since he is a lifelong Tigers fan. In front of his family and fellow Village of Westland residents, he had the honor of throwing out the first pitch on May 14, 2015 at Comerica Park. A World War II veteran, he is very outgoing and optimistic. Ron has persevered through life’s ups and downs even with the loss of his spouse of 68 years in 2011. A former Blue Ribbon awardee at the Clare County Fair, Ron enjoys cooking, fishing, bingo, and being independent. He was also recently nominated by PVM to be highlighted on the I Am Senior Strong website for the Senior Regional Collaborative. Annual Report 2015 | 5




PVM Board member Carolyn Hastings enjoyed a distinguished career as a leader in senior services. She was the director of the Housing Bureau for Seniors in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for many years and was known as an innovator. She has also been an active member of her community and involved in intergenerational programs. Since her retirement, she has found new ways to serve, such as on the PVM Board. Carolyn is an example of living life to the fullest and making waves in new and different ways. She has been exploring the world in a global way more recently with many travels beyond our borders. She is not only an

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excellent ambassador for PVM, but also as an example of American citizens. Carolyn has always been fascinated by other cultures and other ways of living… about where people live, the sight of beautiful temples and gardens, and animals in their natural habitat. Her travels have taken her to Japan, Africa, Alaska, Mexico, Morocco, India, Nepal, Tibet and Italy. This world traveler expands PVM’s horizons with her contributions in the realm of strategic planning.


A PVM Foundation Board member, Thomas E. Kimble is the State President of AARP, the lead volunteer and spokesperson in Michigan for 1.5 million AARP Michigan members. Retired from General Motors, he is a former vice chairman of the GM Foundation and served in several other key roles at General Motors. These included director of the auto company’s Global Philanthropic Administration and Comptroller of plants in Pontiac, Michigan. Tom has served on numerous boards and as Chair of the State of Michigan Workforce Development Board.




An 11 year veteran employee with the PVM Foundation, Valerie Stokes received the Shining Star Award this year at an event honoring PVM employees who exhibit the principles of our Service Excellence Program, and are greatly respected by their fellow employees. Indeed, this lead award is voted upon by peers in the organization. She previously worked for Sinai Grace Hospital for many years prior to coming to the PVM Foundation. Valerie retired at the end of 2015 but still visits once in a while. She will always be considered part of the PVM family. She will now be able to spend more time with family. Her grandson, in particular, has been looking forward to her retirement for some time and has informed us that we cannot recruit her back. Congratulations and best wishes to Valerie.

Members of Congress recently honored the six surviving “Monuments Men” with the Congressional Gold Medal. During World War II the 350 members of the “Monuments Men” included men and women from 13 countries who sought out and protected cultural artifacts from the Nazis. Their mission was to recover, protect, preserve and return these stolen artifacts. A recent movie depicted their mission. This ceremony recognized them for preserving the culture of Western civilization for generations to come. The work of artists such as Rembrandt, Michaelangelo, Donatello and others were a part of this treasure trove. These works are now being exhibited in museums around the world.

At the recent Congressional ceremony in Washington, D.C., only a few of the surviving six members were able to make the journey. We are pleased to report that one of these heroes in attendance was Motoko Huthwaite, a resident of The Village at Westland. Congratulations Motoko, we are proud to have such a courageous and heroic person in our midst. This information was gathered from remarks at the Congressional ceremony.

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2015 Accomplishments PVM also launched and expanded services for enhanced living. Some highlights include:

CareSync Solutions

Care Sync SOLUT I ONS Keeping You Healthy

Homestead Home Health Care Services and PVM joined together to create this new joint venture as a result of a seven year pilot project at The Village of Westland in providing enhanced services to its residents. The combination of high satisfaction by participants and a recognition of a far greater need, CareSync Solutions was founded to ultimately serve residents of all PVM Villages and residents of communities across Michigan. A comprehensive array of services have been made available from individually tailored service plans, care management, counseling services, discharge planning or skilled nursing and therapy. The goal is to assist seniors to live their best life whenever possible in their own home.

PACE Southeast Michigan PVM has partnered with Henry Ford Health System for some time in providing several PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) programs in Detroit. In 2015 the name was changed to PACE Southeast Michigan to denote its expanded range of locations with further expansion scheduled to open in Macomb County and Oakland County. (2016) Services provided include care and services in the home, the community and the Day Health Center. Many of the participants receive most of their care from the staff in the centers. PACE Southeast Michigan has contracts with many specialists to make sure that unique needs are met. This joint venture was created as a way to provide participants, their families and/or caregivers and professional health care providers flexibility as well as assist seniors to remain in their own homes.

Metro In-Home Solutions 2015 also ushered in the final plans needed to launch Metro In-Home Solutions. Four reputable long-standing organizations in Michigan with an accumulation of 300 years of experience joined forces to create this unique joint venture. Along with PVM they include Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, Jewish Family Services and Southwest Solutions. Metro In-Home Solutions will provide home repair and retrofitting of homes to allow seniors to remain independent. All four organizations have observed the need for these services and note that in many cases this great need may be the major factor in supporting independence. In order for someone to return to their home from a hospitalization they need a safe and accessible environment. Studies were conducted which show thousands of homes are in need of these services. Third party payers, grants from business and philanthropy and private pay options will be utilized to support this endeavor. 8 | Presbyterian Villages of Michigan



PVM launched several new initiatives which will help to maintain its standing as a leader in living and services. Here are a few highlights:

The Village of Hillside The Village of Hillside Friendship Renewal Campaign will replace the oldest buildings on the campus with new affordable senior apartments accessible to seniors with disabilities and will triple the size of the Friendship Center from its current 600 square feet to 2,000 square feet. This will allow for increased programming and services to help enhance the quality of life for all involved. The new Village of Hillside will meet the increasing needs of Harbor Springs seniors and allow them to age in their community while providing them with quality affordable housing, an accessible and spacious community center, linkage to needed services and opportunities to stay involved with the vibrant Harbor Springs community.

Hartford Village Hartford Village will open its doors in fall 2016, and is the culmination of a strong partnership between Hartford Memorial Baptist Church and PVM. The first of its kind in Detroit, Hartford Village will allow vibrant members of the community to remain in their own community as well. This venture began two years ago at 17500 Meyers Road

with the goal of also revitalizing a neighborhood important to Detroit. Along with Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, it is home to the Northwest Activity Center, a hub of activity for the area. Residents will also be able to enjoy nearby shopping, arts and culture entities and university atmosphere. The campus will include 39 independent living cottages with two bedrooms and bathrooms. It will also include an apartment building that will house 45 one-and-two bedroom apartments. This beautifully landscaped, gated community will offer a maintenance-free lifestyle and provide amenities which include raised gardens, wellness programs, a fitness room and many other options for healthy living choices.

state-of-the art facility that will deliver more effective treatment and therapy services.


The Village of East Harbor The Transitional Care Unit, which provides rehabilitation care, is gaining momentum. Plans are underway to partner with nearby hospitals to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations as well as provide more effective planning and quality care after a hospital stay and during rehabilitation. Plans are also underway for the Health & Wellness Center, a larger


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Presbyterian Villages stakeholders live by the philosophy that our communities are only as strong as our most vulnerable citizens. Thousands of hours were invested throughout 2015 to enhance local communities, our state and our nation.

Continued service was provided in the form of board leadership with university, gubernatorial and aging service organizations. Residents, staff, board members and their families joined together to assist others with clothing, food, personal items, transportation, wellness, immunizations, tax preparation and blankets for vulnerable infants. Health fairs, benefits counseling programs and summer youth employment programs added to outreach efforts. Seminars were conducted for caregivers on topics such as dementia, community resources. senior housing, financial concerns and emotional issues. PVM teams also participated in the annual Alzheimer’s Walk and in a Detroit Bike-A-Thon benefit the Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO), a neighbor of The Village of Oakman Manor. Some new offerings included: The Village of Oakland Woods hosted a community event which was planned by a resident committee with several hundred neighbors and friends enjoying a visit by The Detroit Pistons, a health fair and games for the children in attendance along with a picnic lunch. A Veterans Day celebration was held to thank Legacy Corps volunteers and honor veterans at The Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments. Assistance was given to The Village of Westland victims of a fire and donations made as a thank you to the Westland Fire Department. The Village of East Harbor helped out Gleaners Food Bank with preparing donations for their annual food drive. Many other notable philanthropic efforts were made by PVM Villages to enhance the communities they serve. For more information check out their individual locations on the PVM website or Facebook page.

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Strategic Alliance for Aging in Communities (SAAIC) Funded by the generosity of the Edward N. and Della L. Thome Foundation, the SAAIC was formed in 2012 by the Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation and PVM. The University of Michigan joined this powerful alliance in 2013. In 2015 the SAAIC secured assistance from the Wayne State Institute of Gerontology to help sharpen its focus on developing innovative strategies that assist older adults in remaining independent, active, vibrant contributors to their community and to position the alliance for further success.

Community Connections Founded by the SAAIC in 2013, Community Connections is a community-based, member-driven organization formed to assist older adults in creating and obtaining the support they need to continue living in their own homes and being active contributors to their local community. Organized into chapters, each chapter hosts educational and informational forums that address the needs, interests, and concerns that are specific to their individual members. Chapter members also have the opportunity to engage in a variety of programs and events design to enhance their health and well-being that they themselves help plan and organize. Examples include paddle board classes, day trips, yoga, walking clubs, book clubs, pickle ball, and much more. The first chapter opened in 2013 in Midtown Detroit; the second in 2015 in Harbor Springs. During 2015 Community Connections also continued its collaboration with the City of Westland to help them achieve designation as a “Community For A Lifetime� by the State of Michigan.

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Dedicated to advocacy by assisting others with their quality of life. By working with major coalitions we are able to enact change for the betterment of all. Organizations we partner with include: LeadingAge, LeadingAge Michigan, Area Agencies on Aging, Silver Key Coalition, Senior Regional Collaborative, Senior Housing Preservation-Detroit and elder abuse prevention groups at a local regional and state level. For further information on this important work go to and click on About Us, PVM Advocacy Agenda.

Southeast Michigan Senior Regional Collaborative (SEMISRC) The SEMISRC is a collaborative of 28 organizations who jointly serve over 200,000 seniors throughout Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties. Founded in 2008, the SEMISRC was created to address the needs of older adults while remaining independent and aging in community. It was founded to develop a regional framework for advocacy, awareness and action in support of issues affecting the safety and quality of life of older adults. In 2015 the SEMISRC created a website in support of the campaign: “I Am Senior Strong” to showcase the talents and contributions of older adults in Michigan. Members also work in harmony with advocacy campaigns and events such as The Silver Key Campaign and Older Michiganians Day.

Senior Housing Preservation-Detroit Silver Key Coalition The Silver Key Coalition (SKC) formed in 2013 with the goal of increasing access to key state in-home services funded through the Older Michiganians Act and the Michigan Aging and Adult Services Agency (AASA). Using a data driven approach, the coalition advocated for a funding increase of $10 million over 3 years to eliminate wait lists and fully meet the needs of older adults waiting for services such as home-delivered meals and personal care.

Senior Housing PreservationDetroit is a coalition of organizations and individuals who are dedicated to the preservation of subsidized low income senior housing in Detroit. Known for advocacy, the members of Senior Housing Preservation-Detroit have come together to increase awareness of the displacement of Detroit Seniors and to communicate the need for action to protect their rights and well-being.

Governor Snyder and the Michigan Legislature made a strong commitment to Michigan’s vulnerable older adults appropriating $5 million for FY 2015 to serve the 4,500 older adults on wait lists for services in 2014.

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PVM is dedicated to creating communities which embrace Wellness. We stand out from many senior living communities via our director of Wellness, Tom Wyllie. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in not only aging services but sports and performance. By creating Wellness experiences which are fun as well as beneficial, Tom has created the concept of “stealth health”.

Embedding fitness and Tai Chi seminars into our Villages, as well as falls prevention programs and nutrition classes, PVM has helped seniors transform the way they live and age. The PVM signature event which embodies all of this is the Village Victory Cup. The competition is fierce; and resident engagement adds to the mix. Residents from across southeast Michigan converged in Pontiac to participate in the 10th Annual Village Victory Cup. For the second year in a row the judges selected the Monarchs from The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor as the winner of the Spirit Award. And for the second time in three years, the Stars from The Village of Westland captured the Village Victory Cup. Congratulations to the Monarchs and the Stars and to everyone who participated in this year’s event. It was definitely one to remember. While the Villages in SE Michigan were battling for the Village Victory Cup, Villages located 100 or more miles from the PVM Home office battled for the Virtual Village Victory Cup. This year a record 66 residents from 7 Villages participated in the 5th annual rendition of this event. When the final scores were tallied the Bizzy-B’s from The Village of Spring Meadows II emerged victorious. The Spring Chickens from The Village of Spring Meadows I captured the Spirit Award. Check our website and Facebook page for future PVM events!

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Village Highlights 2015

2015 Through the Eyes of PVM Residents and Their Families

A Best Place to Age PVM Villages continued the fine tradition represented by seventy years of service. Residents, staff and board members created a unique blend of stakeholders who made waves in a positive way with innovation, advocacy and service excellence. Memories were made; and life enhancing services were provided. Opportunities to volunteer and live with purpose were created. PVM Villages also increased their outreach to serve their local communities. Often economic development has been considered a separate endeavor from senior services; yet PVM stakeholders have helped to have a significant and positive impact on local economies and neighborhoods. They have also touched lives one person at a time. Some participants related that they could hardly move and are now participating in the annul Village Victory Cup and joining

in on walking clubs. Residents have reported that this is the best home in which they have ever lived. A member of a card club related that since the death of her husband she had lost life’s luster and had been withdrawing. Her club members have encouraged her to reach out to others and become involved. Now she has found her way back to living a full and vibrant life. These are among hundreds of stories reflecting our motto to “embrace the possibilities” which life has to offer. At every Village everyday PVM fans are finding new and different ways to live life to the fullest. Let’s keep in mind: “Age is a privilege denied to many.” The Village Roster found on the next several pages depicts how PVM residents and consumers have lived out the notion of “a best place to age” in 2015.


“Living at Bethany Manor is like living with your extended family. You get to wake up every day, see your favorite people, and take part in a variety of fun activities.” 8737 Fourteenth Street Detroit, MI 48206-2203 313.894.0430

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

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.

“I would recommend anyone to move down here to Brush Park. There’s always something to do if you want to get out of your apartment — all you have to do is go downstairs.” 2900 Brush Street Detroit, MI 48201-3104 313.832.9922

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

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.

“I’m so grateful to live somewhere that was ready to help me when my needs changed. I couldn’t be happier with The Village of East Harbor and their magnificent staff.” 33875 Kiely Drive Chesterfield, MI 48047-3604 586.725.6030

Executive Director .................................................................................................... David Miller Administrator.......................................................................................................... Gail Sliwinski Board Chair.................................................................................................Dr. Aaron Lundgaard

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.

“I like the setting and the layout of everything, and to be close to town, to doctors, and what have you — that’s really nice.” 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. Annual Report 2015 | 15

“The staff is great, the apartment is great, and there’s always something to do. I really couldn’t ask for anything more than Harmony Manor.” Administrator..................................................................................................... Misty L. 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.

“We are walking distance from all of Downtown Harbor Springs’ best shopping, restaurants, and attractions. Living at Hillside is the most fun I’ve ever had.” 311 W. Main Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740-1444 231.526.7108

Executive Director................................................................................ Mary Catherine Hannah Administrator........................................................................................................... Martha Cook Board Chair.............................................................................................................. Webb Martin

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.

“The Village of Holly Woodlands is such a beautiful place to be. It feels like we’re living Up North even though we’re only two minutes from the grocery store.” 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.

“This is a wonderful place to live. Everybody’s friendly, everybody cares — I have yet to walk in here and not have somebody at least say hello, which is great.” Administrator.................................................................................................. Jennifer Bouchard Board Chair.....................................................................................Richard Rabbideau, Interim 300 Carl Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49015 269.962.0605

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

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VILLAGE ROSTER 2016 “Who knew that moving to PVM would save my life? I was lonely, bored, and sick. My kids encouraged me to make the move and my doctor agreed. Now, I look forward to getting up each day!” 420 S. Opdyke Road Pontiac, MI 48341-3145 248.334.4379

Administrator......................................................................................................... Kevin Centala Board Chair............................................................................................................Matthew Gibb

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 Cinnaire, opened in 2006.

“I love being so close to the grocery store, my doctor and my family. Oakman Manor has truly become my new home, and I’m proud to live here.” 14000 Woodrow Wilson Detroit, MI 48238-2963 313.957.0210

Administrator....................................................................................................... Deborah Beard Board Chair.......................................................................................................... Maynard Timm

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.

“I’ve never lived somewhere where the staff so genuinely cares about all of us seniors. No matter what you need or when you need it, they’re always there to help.” 29495 Annapolis Road Westland, MI 48186-5599 734.595.4663

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

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

“Staying close to my kids was my top priority, and Peace Manor makes commuting to see them so easy. I never miss a family dinner because I’m only five minutes away.” 17275 Fifteen Mile Road Clinton Township, MI 48035-6208 586.790.4500

Administrator................................................................................................... Melissa Reisterer Board Chair........................................................................................................Mary Meyer Neff

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

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“I had no idea senior living could be so beautiful. Living at Perry Farm is truly like living in a resort community; every day I wake up and smile because I live here.” 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 Cottages at

25330 W. Six Mile Road Redford, MI 48240-2105 313.531.6874

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

“My new cottage at Sylvan Terrace is nicer than the home where I raised my family. They cut the grass, they pick up the trash — I’m free to do what I want, when I want to do it.” The Cottages at Redford Administrator..................................................................................................Gloria E. Robinson Board Chair.................................................................................................................. Joyce King

“My husband and I are so happy living at The Villa at Redofrd. We use the theater, the game room, the fitness room almost on a daily basis — if they offer it, we use it!” 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.

“Rosebush has been the perfect solution for my grandpa. He was really struggling with his daily routine, and the staff has really helped him adjust to a new lifestyle. I’ve never seen him happier.” Administrator.......................................................................................................... Jessica Gross Board Chair......................................................................................................Tom Swindlehurst

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

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VILLAGE ROSTER 2016 “I love the outside. The garden, the flowers — I love watching them grow. They keep everything up so well. They’re very accommodating —I Just love living here.” 214 South Sage Street Kalamazoo, MI 49006 269.567.3300

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

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

“I love my cottage home so much! Between the extra bedroom and bathroom, my kids and grandkids all have comfortable places to stay when they visit.” “Everyone from the office staff to the maintenance crew is so friendly and helpful, it makes life so much easier. If I need something done in my apartment, it’s done right away!” 3501 Cherry Blossom Lane Jackson, MI 49201 517.788.6679

Administrator.......................................................................................................... Rae Stachnik 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.

“I grew up here, I raised my kids here, and I wasn’t going to leave for anything. Thank God for The Village of St. Martha’s; it’s one of the nicest places I’ve ever lived.” 15875 Joy Road Detroit, MI 48228-2984 313.582.8088

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

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.

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“I always wanted to live on the Detroit Riverfront, I just never imagined I’d be able to afford to. Thome Rivertown has really made my dreams come true.” 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, and 50 apartments for independent living.

“We really are like a family here. Some of us have been here since the building opened, and some of us are brand new, but we all get along just life family. It’s truly a joy to live here.” 2950 E. Twelve Mile Road Warren, MI 48092-2420 586.751.5090

Administrator........................................................................................................ Anne Lilla Board Chair.................................................................................................... Janice Schulte

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

“There are so many great things to say about The Village of Westland, but my favorite is the food. They have a real chef preparing real meals every day — how great is that?” 32001 Cherry Hill Road Westland, MI 48186-7902 734.728.5222

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

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

“My mom always said she wanted to stay in the City of Detroit, and Woodbridge Manor’s fabulous facility has allowed her to do just that.” Administrator................................................................................................ Marla Bradford Board Chair.................................................................................................... E. Kern Tomlin 1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48201-2951 313.494.9000

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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VILLAGE ROSTER 2016 Other PVM Partner Villages: “I feel safe, comfortable, and my kids are very happy that I’m here at Alpena Village. It’s really a good place to be.” 217 Woods Circle, Suite Two Alpena, MI 49707 989.278.4250

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

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 condos and a community center.

“Crafts, parties, different events and things — there is always something fun to do with your friends at Gibraltar Manor. I love it here.” Administrator............................................................................................................Tammi Rose

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.

“I am looking forward to moving in. We have already enjoyed many activities with our future neighbors! There just isn’t anything else like this anywhere in the City of Detroit. Cottages with garages, apartments with washers and dryers—I just can’t wait to move in!” Administrator.........................................................................................................Gena Edwards Board Chair.......................................................................................... Dr. Ronald E. Goldsberry 17500 Meyers Road Detroit, MI 48235-1404 248.281.2024

One of Detroit’s most unique and modern senior living communities, Hartford Villages combines the elegance of a private gated community with the easy access to cultural amenities that only life in the city can bring. A collaboration between Hartford Memorial Baptist Church and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, Hartford Village’s stunning cottages and apartment homes offer seniors 62 and better the opportunity to live the life they want in a truly one-of-a-kind setting.

“Not only is it beautiful up here, we also have fairly large apartments and meal service every day. It truly has everything I need and want.” 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 and Recognition PVM was once again recognized in 2015 for leadership and service. Mariam C. Noland Award for Nonprofit Leadership The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan announced that Roger L. Myers, president and CEO of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM), was selected as the recipient of the 2015 Mariam C. Noland Award for Nonprofit Leadership. The award was presented at the Community Foundation’s annual meeting. Named after the Community Foundation’s first and current president, this annual award recognizes a nonprofit president or CEO in southeast Michigan (LEFT TO RIGHT): JAMES B. NICHOLSON, COMMUNITY FOUNDATION BOARD CHAIR; ROGER L. MYERS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PVM; AND MARIAM C. NOLAND, COMMUNITY FOUNDATION PRESIDENT

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whose service exemplifies the importance of nonprofit leadership, not only to his or her organization, but also to the wider nonprofit community. The award recipient receives a grant of $10,000 from the Community Foundation, with the preference that it be used for executive leadership development opportunities.

Woman of Excellence Award from the Michigan Chronicle Senior vice president of Human Resources, LaDonna Holley, received a Woman of Excellence Award from The Michigan Chronicle. This prestigious award is given to one who exemplifies the stature, poise, and grace that characterize the essence of womanhood, all while maintaining the delicate balance of filling the roles of helpmate, mother, teacher, and professional. A Woman of Excellence is also the champion of our economic empowerment and diversity, the backbone of our religious and

educational organizations, and driving forces in politics and community service.

Call to Justice Leadership Award from Elder Law of Michigan Vice president of Public Affairs, Lynn Alexander, received the Call To Justice Leadership Award from Elder Law of Michigan. The Call To Justice Award honors those that share the mission of Elder Law of Michigan (ELM) to advocate for, educate, and assist many different people, with a continued focus of older adults and persons with disabilities. It provides an opportunity to recognize the people and organizations that are making a real and tangible difference in the lives of seniors every day.

Mather Lifeways Institute on Aging Mather Lifeways Institute on Aging awarded PVM Honorable Mention in the category of Promising Practices


for The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. This award highlights organizations that are moving away from conventional practices by developing and implementing new and innovative approaches in aging well, long-term care and senior living communities.

LeadingAge Michigan Honors PVM’s Legacy of Leadership Each year during their annual awards gala, LeadingAge Michigan honors those who embody excellence in leadership, care, and service innovation, and who are making outstanding contributions in their communities and the field of long-term care. The awards celebrate stories of employees, volunteers, residents, programs, communities, efforts, initiatives, best practices, and organizations that made a significant difference in the lives of others.

This year, PVM and its dedicated employees have received a number of the 2015 Awards. For the Life Member Award, Joan Sonnenberg, long-time administrator for The Village of East Harbor, was selected. She recently retired after 22 years of dedicated service and will be missed by all of us for many years to come. For the Leading-Edge Care Award, The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood was chosen. Known nationally as a best practice model, PVM, United Methodist Retirement Communities, Henry Ford Health System and PACE Southeast Michigan shared in the honors. PVM staff members who received Honorable Mention Awards in the category of Caring Spirit are Bill Borum, Marissa More and Pauline Zeig. Dale Kincaid received an Honorable Mention Award in the category of Individual Volunteer of the Year. These awards capture the spirit and dedication of PVM and our partners. Congratulations to all the awardees.

McManus Distinguished Lecturer 2015 PVM President & CEO Roger Myers was invited as a McManus Distinguished Lecturer for 2015 at Madonna University. Established in 1989 by Michael F. McManus, Jr.,

in memory of his father – a successful entrepreneur and inspiration to many. Lecturers are invited, from a variety of industries, “who epitomize the spirit of entrepreneurship, leadership and perseverance.

Crain’s Detroit Business 40 Under 40 Award Bunia Parker, Village of Bethany Manor Board Chair and Principal for Summit Commercial LLC, Detroit received a Crain’s Detroit Business 40 Under 40 Award. This award honors professionals in Southeast Michigan who have made their marks before age 40. Professionals selected have launched companies, helped grow established firms, made health care advancements, boosted community engagement and helped veterans. Mr. Parker has played a major role in the revitalization of Detroit real estate and has always had entrepreneurial leanings even before going into the real estate brokerage industry having owned a business in Detroit. He has played a significant role in the success of PVM along with the City of Detroit.

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Dear Friends & Supporters, We are pleased to report that the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s (PVM) system-wide 2015 financial performance for the entities it manages met our strategic and budgeted expectations. And 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, or debt service coverage ratio. For the entities PVM manages the system-wide ratio was 1.57 in 2015. The other key measure, the days cash on hand ratio, stood at 106 days at December 31, 2015. We were able to achieve these important indicators due to a continued emphasis on innovation, cost containment, stronger collections efforts, fund raising, and capital financing. PVM successfully executed its divestment in a portion of The Village of Redford, refinanced its tax exempt bonds and commercial debt, and implemented numerous other capital financing and refinancing initiatives to improve PVM’s overall financial position and debt capacity going forward. The PVM Foundation’s Statewide Comprehensive Campaign continued its strong performance, exceeding the annual goal and raising $2.8 million. The actively managed investment portfolio yielded a 2.8% return in 2015, which was above the negative 0.48% indexed benchmark. The overall market values of the PVM Foundation’s investments were $12.4 million at December 31, 2015, down from the $14.7 million at the end of 2014, primarily due to the deployment of temporarily restricted funds for innovative housing projects. The overall asset value of PVM’s system-wide managed entities was $198 million as of December 31, 2015, down from $202 million in 2014. Our system-wide net assets (equity) plus forgivable HUD 202 capital advances represent 51% of the total asset value at December 31, 2015. The consistency from year to year demonstrates a strong growth and net asset (equity) position, in spite of nearly $8 million in annual depreciation. We are pleased to report that of the 33 PVM managed affiliates subject to third party audit or review, there were no matters of material internal control deficiencies, and only one lessor significant deficiency in 2015 and all reports received a clean opinion. In June 2015, FitchRatings affirmed the PVM Obligated Group’s BB+ rating and “Stable” Outlook. We encourage you to visit the PVM website to review our complete financial results and disclosures. 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

Management & Development Fees Contributions


$2,072,056 Property, Plant , & Equipment



Investment & Dividend Income

Wages & Benefits

Depreciation (non-cash)









Property, Resident Plant , & Services Equipment



$47,278,867 $145,168,682


Maintenance & Utilities


2014 Expenses: $58,858,627

2014 Revenues: $61,007,690 Restricted Cash & Investments

Unrestricted Cash & Investments


Net Assets-Restricted


Net Assets-Unrestricted & Temporarily Restricted



Receivables & Other


Payables & Other

HUD 202 Capital Advances


$63,780,646 Property, Plant , & Equipment

Current & Long Term Debt



Deferred Revenue


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

December 31, 2014 Assets: $201,998,513 Management & Development Fees

Depreciation (non-cash)


$1,824,781 Other





Investment & Dividend Income



Wages & Benefits


Maintenance & Utilities

Resident Services







2015 Revenues: $54,098,345

2015 Expenses: $56,411,259 Net Assets-Restricted

Restricted Cash & Investments



Net Assets-Unrestricted & Temporarily Restricted


Unrestricted Cash & Investments

Payables & Other


$21,268,026 Receivables & Other


HUD 202 Capital Advances

$73,556,523 Current & Long Term Debt

Property, Plant , & Equipment


$140,869,522 Deferred Revenue


December 31, 2015 Assets: $198,658,594

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Focus on Philanthropy Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation

From the PVM Foundation President

You’ve Given Residents New Life – Your Gifts REALLY Matter! Thank you, PVM Foundation donors! You are the spark for so many positive accomplishments throughout PVM in 2015. You’re PVM’s secret weapon! Through your kindness, older adults of Michigan will thrive. How are older adults really thriving through your donations? Let me share the stories of three PVM residents Regina, Carmen and Lois. Your gifts changed their lives in 2015.



Regina Lawson, a resident of Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments (Detroit), was the first ever resident Master of Ceremonies at the 12th Annual PVM Foundation Gala. She was nervous but took on the charge of entertaining over 550 guests. In her words, this event was her shining moment of 2015, a highlight she will always cherish. Since the gala, Regina has evolved into a leader on the Thome Rivertown campus. Your gifts do change lives! The Village of Holly Woodlands has a new 18-passenger bus with, for the first time, a wheelchair lift. For Carmen Ormsby, this means a new lease on life. Carmen is in a wheelchair and, until now, had relied on others for transportation. When the shiny new bus arrived last fall, she was overcome with tears of joy. Her personal independence was restored by your donations. Your gifts do change lives! Lastly, Lois Manville is a proud, lifelong resident of Harbor Springs and has lived at The Village of Hillside for many of those years. Recently, Lois experienced serious health issues and living at Hillside had become tricky. Without elevators, climbing three flights of stairs to her apartment was a monumental task. Now fast forward to summer 2016. Through the generosity of you, donors to PVM Foundation, the renewed Village of Hillside will have elevators throughout its campus! Lois can come and go as she pleases, with no worries. Your gifts do change lives! Thank you for making positive changes, one life at a time. Your gifts really matter, as you can see with Regina, Carmen and Lois. With your help and support, PVM will continue its quest to make Michigan the best place to age. With gratitude and appreciation,


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


How Your Gifts Transformed Aging in 2015

• $32,000 for social activities, gatherings and field trips

In 2015, the PVM Foundation’s family of donors generously contributed $2.76 million to help Michigan seniors thrive. Additionally, donors transformed the lives of thousands of seniors through previous contributions totaling $7.45 million that were granted to PVM Villages and programs. Here are some of the ways your gifts impacted seniors in 2015:

• $61,000 for reliable transportation to appointments or outings

• $215,000 for resident and employee emergency needs through the PVM Benevolence Fund, Resident Assistance Fund and Kleemann Help Fund

Total Donors........................ 1,487 Total New Donors................... 508 Total Returning Donors........... 979

• $25,000 for technology upgrades (computers, phone systems, Internet, etc.)

Cost to Raise $1................. $0.29

• $46,000 for wellness classes, like fall prevention; equipment; and walking paths •$81,000 for building improvements (community room, beauty shop, wellness center, etc.) Transportation





(Resident Activities: $31,874)

Benevolence & Resident Assistance




Community Connections


Earned Income



Gifts In-Kind


Planned Gifts (Realized)

Facility Improvements



(Thome Rivertown Construction: $6,876,657)

Cash & Pledges


2015 PVM Foundation Grants Allocated: $7,459,609*

2015 PVM Foundation Revenue: $2,758,883* *As of December 31, 2015, Unaudited

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PVM Foundation Special Events: Thank You Donors, Sponsors, Attendees and Volunteers!

Giving Society Members Enjoy Annual Luncheon at Comerica Park On June 8th, the 21st annual Calvin, Sterling and Peterson Mission Makers Societies Luncheon was held at Comerica Park in the beautiful Tiger Club overlooking the field. This annual event recognizes members of the PVM Foundation’s three giving societies for their generous support of the PVM mission.


Historic Night at the Gala – Thank you Donors! Thanks to the generous contributions of sponsors, attendees and donors, $320,090 (gross) was raised for the benefit of seniors at the 12th Annual PVM Foundation Gala! On November 13th, over 500 guests enjoyed the 70 & Still Making Waves theme, a celebration of PVM’s 70th anniversary and how residents continue to break down stereotypes for seniors and “make waves” in life. The event featured Regina Lawson, the first-ever PVM resident to hold the role of Master of Ceremonies; steelworks steel drum band as the reception entertainment; resident ambassadors representing more than

Guests enjoyed a private, guided tour of the ballpark followed by a wonderful lunch and program, which included the celebration of selected Board members for their extraordinary service and leadership. To learn more about our giving societies or how you can become a member, please visit our website at pvmfoundation. org/Giving-Societies, or contact Bobie Clement at 248.281.7252 or

16 PVM Villages to welcome guests; and The Royce and Jenn Band as the musical entertainment – with special guest singers, residents Becky Bolden, Bob Healy and Thomas Jackson! It was truly an evening to remember. Over the last 12 years, the gala has netted over $1.83 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. THANK YOU to all the sponsors, guests, donors, volunteers and staff for making the 2015 Gala such a success!

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Thank You Gala Sponsors!


Village Champion Sponsors Official Media Sponsor

Village Table Sponsors

Ray & Ann Steben, Jr. Village Trendsetter Sponsors BELFOR

Interstate Restoration

Braun Construction Group

Jermor Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

Dickinson Wright, PLLC

Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook

Dixon Masonry William Freeman/Sullivan, Ward, Asher & Patton, P.C

Lau & Lau Associates, LLC

Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc.

Plante & Moran, PLLC

Huntington Bank

West Construction Services

George B. Millush, Jr.

Entertainment Sponsor

Advantage Management Group Agility Health ALM Technologies Area Agency on Aging 1-B Detroit Area Agency on Aging Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. Giffels Webster Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals LeadingAge Michigan Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation Michigan State Housing Development Authority Omnicare, Inc. PACE Southeast Michigan Roger & Tammy Myers Unidine Corporation

Video Sponsors 2015 Gala Patrons

Bob & Mary Schroeder

VIP Reception Sponsors

Raffle Sponsors

Melvin & Gwendolyn Parker

Cinnaire, formerly Great Lakes Capital Fund Classic Investigative Agency ROG Mechanical

Bob & Mary Schroeder

Valet Sponsors

Coat Check Sponsors

Hylant Group

Grigg Graphic Services, Inc.

Plunkett & Cooney

Special Thank You For the use of our cover and invitation photo: 1930 Gar Wood 28' Triple Cockpit Runabout “Katie’s Choice” Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2014 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

AGM Financial Services, Inc. The Honorable & Mrs. James Alexander Bill & Marcia Ball Pat & Ellen Byrne Melinda Conway Callahan Brian & Beth Carnaghi Grid4 Grigg Graphic Services, Inc. LaDonna Holley Henry & Billie Johnson Lynda Jeffries Mary Lloyd Paul & Kristin Miller Mary Meyer Neff Ted & Janet Payne Pitchford Kendal PC Dick & Phyllis Rabbideau Ben & Joanne Robinson Carl & Sue Simcox Katrina Summersett Toshiba Business Solutions Ken & Kathy Trastevere Bob & Mary Schroeder Dick Strowger & Patricia Ellis

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Giving Societies Calvin Society Commemorating Loyalty Through Planned Giving The Calvin Society was established to honor all donors who have made a planned or deferred gift to support PVM. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the Calvin Society members whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. Bolded names represent new members or new planned gifts in 2015.

Mrs. Kesha Akridge Mrs. Mary Y. Arehart Ms. Jane Bolender Mr. Stanley M. Brandt Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Rick & Melinda Callahan Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Mrs. Marjorie M. Cameron Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Rev. Dr. James H. Conley Mrs. Mary Anne Costin-Sizer Mr. Michael G. Damone Mrs. Elva B. Daniels Ms. Joann R. Duane Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler Mr. John W. Ferns Mr. David M. Finnegan Ms. Joan D. Geering

Mr. Lloyd G. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Dean M. Gettemy Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. Dennis Goetz Mr. James S. Gompers Ms. Shirley Gooden Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch Beach & Marianne Hall Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Mr. Kenneth Harder Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes Mrs. Coralee A. Henriksen Ms. Jean E. Hilderley Ms. Ellen Hornfisher Mrs. Doris J. Horton Mr. Charles F. Howe, Jr. Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Kaiser Mrs. Mary K. Keebler Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough Mr. Eugene Kleemann Mr. David Mantey Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. Paul J. Miller Dr. & Mrs. Randall R. Miller Mr. & Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree Mrs. Helen Morrison Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Olds Mr. James S. Orton Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Orvis Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Mrs. Helen Pelling Mrs. Patricia Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mrs. Judith M. Pugh Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Rev. James L. Rhinesmith Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan Mr. E. Richard Salisbury Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Miss Betty E. Schwesinger Mr. & Mrs. Richard Sills Miss Marjorie Simpson Ms. Nancy L. Stager Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr. Mrs. Valerie D. Stokes Mrs. Ruth M. Taylor Mrs. Mary E. Thero 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

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. Marion Calderwood Mrs. Lois Harder Mr. & Mrs. Harrison F. Orton

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Mr. Wesley R. Pelling Mr. Warren M. Rettig Mrs. Margaret H. Williams

FOCUS ON PHILANTHROPY Clarence D. Sterling Society Commemorating a Lifetime of Compassion The Clarence D. Sterling Society honors a donor’s cumulative contributions over time. When a donor’s total irrevocable giving reaches $50,000 or more (not including special event participation or in-kind gifts), this donor becomes a member. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Clarence D. Sterling Society whose loyal commitment and generosity enables PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care. We are pleased to announce our 2015 members of this prestigious group. Bolded names represent new members or an increased giving level in 2015. 1945 FOUNDERS CIRCLE $500,000+

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE $50,000-$149,999

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

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

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE $250,000-$499,999 Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church Mr. Eugene Kleemann The Offield Family Foundation

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE $150,000-$249,999 First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Mr. James S. Gompers Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer Ward Church Samuel L. Westerman Foundation

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Giving Societies Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson Mission Makers Society Commemorating Commitment Through Multi-Year Pledges Established in 2012 to commemorate the late Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson, former PVM President and CEO, this giving society is comprised of donors who have committed a multi-year pledge of $1,000 or greater, and over two years or more. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to the members of the Mission Makers Society whose generosity and foresight will allow PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come. We are pleased to recognize the 2015 Peterson Mission Maker Members. Bolded names represent new members in 2015. Agility Health The Honorable & Mrs. James Alexander ALM Technologies Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Anonymous The Anton Family Foundation ASTI Environmental Mr. & Mrs. William Ball Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bishop, Jr. Mrs. Audrey Bolton Mr. James T. Bradford Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Brown Mr. & Mrs. David Buzzelli Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne C & H Fire Protection, Inc. Rick & Melinda Callahan Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Carney Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman Ms. Bobie Clement Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Ellis First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Jon B. Gandelot & Lisa Mower Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. James S. Gompers Gompers, Cornish & Barr, Inc.

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Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko Mr. Walter R. Greene, III & Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene Ms. Paula Hager Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy Scott & Kerri Heydens Mr. & Mrs. Mark High Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Ms. LaDonna A. Holley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell Ms. Frances Holly Mr. Richard J. Holmes Homestead Home Health Care Hooker DeJong, Inc. Infinity Technology Group Inforum Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Ms. Lynda K. Jeffries Mr. & Mrs. Keith Jelinek Mr. Willie A. Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Ms. Cecelia Johnston Nathan & Megan Keup Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaBelle Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau Ms. Judy Layne Leidal & Hart Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. 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 Ms. Lynn Montgomery MPS Foundation Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. Dr. Patricia O’Brien Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian Mr. & Mrs. William U. Parfet Gary & Linda Pauly Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Plante & Moran, PLLC Progressive Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes Ben & Joanne Robinson Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Mr. & Mrs. Dan Ross Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder 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 Walstrom Marine

Mr. William W. Walters & Mrs. Robin Ennis Ms. Elaine Walton Ms. Lisa M. Watkins Ms. Michelle Williams Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers Mr. & Mrs. David Zimmer

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Annual Giving Honor Roll of Donors 2015

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 2015. The numbers following each listing reflect the number of consecutive years that donor has been giving to PVM.

VILLAGE BENEFACTOR $100,000+ Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (19)* Estate of William & Marjorie Connor (1) The Richard & Helen DeVos Foundation (1) Mrs. Beverly Hoglund (1)* Richard & Jane Manoogian Foundation (1)* The Offield Family Foundation (2) The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. (1)* Edward N. & Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee (3)*

VILLAGE VISIONARY $50,000-$99,999 Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc. (1) Fifth Third Bank (1)

VILLAGE LEADER $20,000-$49,999 Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron (3) Mr. Thomas H. Carruthers (2)* Estate of Margery C. Ciavola (1) William J. & Julia Edwards Foundation (6) Grosse Pointe Memorial Church (16) Mr. Richard J. Holmes (13)* Mr. Eugene Kleemann (1) Richard & Bernice Lotz Fund (1) Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (11)* University of Maryland College Park (1)

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VILLAGE CHAMPION $5,000-$19,999 Agility Health (6)* Aileron Ltd. (4) Anonymous - 2 donors The Anton Family Foundation (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Steven L. Arbaugh (2) BISSELL, Inc. Mrs. Audrey Bolton (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Pier Borra (2) Buzzelli Family Charitable Fund (2) Crown Motors-Mr. Craig Wierda (1) The Damone Group, LLC (13) Mrs. Elva B. Daniels (7) Mr. & Mrs. William A. Demmer (2) Estate of Evalyn L. Eucker (1) First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak (1) Mr. John Gawryk (1) Mr. James S. Gompers (15)* Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch (34) HJ Sims (2) Homestead Home Health Care (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock (6) Ms. Cecelia Johnston (3) Kirk in the Hills (25) Knapp Group Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau-Lau & Lau Associates LLC (5)* Level One Bank (1) Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. (10)* Mr. Jerome Morgan (12) MPS Foundation (2)*

Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers (24)* George H. Nassif, M.D. (1) Gary & Linda Pauly (8)* Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson (15)* Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation (2) Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau (20) Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder (20)* Souder Family Foundation (2) Mr. John W. Spoelhof (1) Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Steben, Jr.* Talmer Bank & Trust (1) Mr. & Mrs. John E. Utley (5)* Weatherwax Foundation (1)

VILLAGE HERO $1,000-$4,999 Andrew D. Adair, D.O. (4) Advantage Management Group (1) AGM Financial Services, Inc. (2) All-Med Medical Supply (7) ALM Technologies (11) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Alyea (1) Ameriscape, Inc. (1) Anonymous - 1 donor Bill & Marcia Ball (6)* Ms. Kathryn D. Bartz (5) Ms. Kathryn Beach (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gary J. Beaulac (7) Belfor Property Restoration (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jake Bishop (1)* Mrs. Kathleen Block (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry Boerman (1) Ms. Jane A. Bolender (16) Mrs. Laura Bott (1) Braun Construction Group (1) Bridgewater Associates, LP (1) Rev. Alec U. Brooks (12) Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers (13) Ms. Annette Burns (12) Mr. & Mrs. David T. Buzzelli (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne (5)*

Brian & Beth Carnaghi (15)* Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Carroll (3)* Mr. John Carruthers (1) Mrs. Thomas H. Carruthers, IV (9) Judge & Mrs. James P. Churchill (8) Cinnaire, formerly Great Lakes Capital Fund (4) Classic Investigative Agency (12) Ms. Bobie Clement (6)* Mr. & Mrs. Donald Cohen (1) Comerica Charitable Foundation (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon (3)* Ms. Diane Curtis (2) Mr. & Mrs. John J. Daly (3) Mr. John E. Demmer (2) Detroit Area Agency on Aging 1-A (13) Dickinson Wright, PLLC (12) Mr. Elmer Dixon-Dixon Masonry Construction (4) Mr. & Mrs. David J. Donovan Family Fund (1) Mr. & Mrs. Herb Easley (2) First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn (10) First Presbyterian Church of Northville (1) First Presbyterian Church of Pontiac (4)* Flagstar Bank (1) Mrs. Geri Flick (1) Mrs. Karin W. Flint (11) Franklin Wright Settlements, Inc. (1) Mr. H. William Freeman (2)* Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau (7)* Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. (21) Mr. Roger Garrett (1) Orville & Carrie Gascho Endowment Fund (12) Ms. Joan D. Geering (9)* Giffels Webster (5) Gompers, Cornish & Barr (11)* Mr. & Mrs. John G. Graff (1) Mr. Brian L. Granger (2)

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

Estate of Earl C. Greene (5) Bob & Cynthia Greene (1) Stuart Grigg-Grigg Graphic Services (6) Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church (6) Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Hannah (2) Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Mr. Kenneth Harder (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy (9)* Henry Ford Health System (12) Estate of Francis V. Hillebrand (1) Ms. LaDonna A. Holley (9) Huntington National Bank (5) Hylant Group (5) Mr. & Mrs. David A. Imesch (14) Interstate Restoration, LLC (1) Dr. Lynda K. Jeffries (13)* Keith & Tami Jelinek (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson (9)* Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Jones (2) Nathan & Megan Keup (11)* Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Valitutti & Sherbrook (14) Mr. & Mrs. John S. Kolon (2) Mr. Frank F. Kopka (1) LeadingAge Michigan (9) Lee & Maxine Peck Foundation (10)* Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Lindow, Jr. (9) Ms. Sandra W. Lovell (1) Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation (9) MacDermott Roofing Inc. (5) Mallory, Lapka, Scott & Selin, PLLC (1) Col. & Mrs. Michael V. Marston, USAFR (Ret) (11) Mr. & Mrs. Webb F. Martin (10)* Mr. & Mrs. Fred Mayhew (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin (5)* Mr. & Mrs. Michael McElroy (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. McEnroe (2) Mr. & Mrs. Alexander C. McKeen McKeen Foundation/Trust (10) MGM Grand Detroit (2)

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Michigan State Housing Development Authority (11) Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Miller (10)* Mrs. Margaret M. Miron (1) Mrs. Faye E. Myers (16)* Mr. & Mrs. E. Owen Newell (14) Mr. & Mrs. John H. Ogden (2) Omnicare, Inc. (2) Orchard Lake Community Church, Presbyterian (25)* PACE Southeast Michigan (1) Mr. Melvin L. Parker & Dr. Gwendolyn H. Parker (12) Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne (12)* Mrs. Patricia Peterson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. Pisha (6) Pitchford Kendal PC (7) Plante & Moran, PLLC (22) Plunkett Cooney (5) Presbytery of Detroit, Inc. (6) Priority Health-Spectrum Health (2) Quality Air Service, Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rachwitz (2) Mrs. Patricia Randolph (2) Ben & Joanne Robinson (8)* ROG Mechanical (9) Mr. & Mrs. William Sisco (5) Mr. & Mrs. David Small (2)

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Mr. & Mrs. Philip Smith (2) St. John’s Episcopal Church (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gale Stephens (1) Mrs. Patricia Stokes (1) Richard Strowger & Patricia Ellis (4)* Ms. Lisa Sutter (1) Team Financial Group, Inc. (2) Mr. Maynard L. Timm & Mrs. Noreen A. Markley (9)* Mr. & Mrs. George Torreano, Jr. (2)* UAW-Ford National Programs (2) Unidine Corporation (5) University Presbyterian Church (1) Mr. & Mrs. Norman VanWormer (1) The Village of East Harbor Resident Association (4) Walstrom Dock & Dredge Co., PLLC (1) Mr. & Mrs. Fred Walstrom (4) Mr. & Mrs. William W. Walters (10)* Mr. & Mrs. Tyree Wilburn (2) Mrs. Margery W. Willey (8) William Blair & Company, LLC (19) Mrs. Michelle Williams (1)*

VILLAGE FRIEND $250-$999 Absolute Services (2) Mr. & Mrs. Tom Adams (1) Advanced Satellite & Security Systems (1) Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Akridge (12) The Honorable James & Lynn Alexander (6)* American Carpet Care, Inc. (3) Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Ames (2) Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Amlin (2) Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson (12)* Anonymous - 2 donor Mr. & Mrs. Matthew E. Baker (1) The Barker Welfare Foundation (1) Mr. & Mrs. R. Kent Barnes (8) The Rev. & Mrs. Eldon F. Beery (20) Mr. & Mrs. John Bell (2) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Beltramo (1) Mrs. Jean R. Berg (1) Rev. Joseph A. Blasko (1) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Blumka (1) Mr. William D. Bone (1) Mr. & Mrs. William K. Borglin (11)

Mr. James T. Bradford (13)* Shelby Bradford (2) Mr. & Mrs. Bert Brady (1) Mr. Mark Brenkus (1) Mr. Robert T.R. Brinton (7) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Robert O. Brown (1) Mr. & Mrs. James W. Bruner (1) Mr. & Mrs. William Bugera (1) Mr. Andrew Bullock (2) Mr. William Burgess (1) Mrs. Ethel Ogden Burwell (1) Rick & Melinda Callahan (12)* Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Carney (10)* Cattin Family Trust (2) Mr. Benjamin G. Chapman (2)* Mr. Byron Chocola (1) CliftonLarsonAllen (1) Continuum Development Services (6) Dr. Larry C. Coppard & Ms. Susan Ager (6) Ms. Dawn M. Corwin (9) Mr. & Mrs. Hank Crawford (3) Mr. Louis Cunningham (1) Ms. Marsha Desaussure-McCleod (2)* Ms. Adriane deWindt (1) Mr. Walter R. Greene, III & Mrs. Colleen Dolan-Greene (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Draper (1) Mrs. Lorna J. Dunn (1) Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Alpha Chapter (6) Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler (11) Evangelical Homes of Michigan (1) Ms. June M. Everett (4) First Community Bank (1) First Presbyterian Church of Farmington (8) FirstMerit Bank (1) Mrs. Mary L. Fischer (1)* Ms. Kay Flavin (2) Ms. Barbara F. Flemming (2)* Ms. Melissa Freiburger (2) Fried Saperstein Abbatt PC (1) Ms. Audra D. Frye (3) Mrs. Denise D. Funke (9) David & Laura Gabriel (2) Lisa Mower & Jon B. Gandelot (2)* Mr. John W. Gardner, Jr. & Mrs. Mona K. Ross-Gardner (8)

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham (14) Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Glenn, Sr. (22) Ms. Barbara L. Glines (11) Mr. Kenneth M. Gonko (10)* Mr. Donald J. Gorman (1) Mrs. Patricia E. Greenwood (6) Mrs. Elizabeth Haewski (3) Beach B. & Marianne K. Hall (5) Ms. Gloria J. Hamlin (1) Ms. Mary Catherine Hannah (5)* Ms. Dawn Marie Hansen (10) Harbor Springs IGA (1) Ms. Carolyn J. Hastings (5) Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Hastings (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Hauberg (5) Mr. Sean M. Healey (1) Ms. Ruthenia Henderson (15) Scott & Kerri Heydens (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey B. Higgs (2) Mr. & Mrs. Mark High (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell (11) Mr. & Mrs. John Hopkins (2) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hovey (2) Mr. & Mrs. Wesley D. Hovey (2) Mr. Charles F. Howe, Jr. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Hudson (2) Ms. Ara D. Hunter (8) Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson (13)* Ms. Jackie Janetski (2) Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church (12) Ms. Andrea Jenkins (2) Mr. Willie A. Jenkins (2)* Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Judd (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry A. Keef (2) Mr. & Mrs. George H. Kehm (1) Kelbel Pharmacy, Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Agris Krautmanis (2) The Kresge Foundation (2) Dr. Vernon Kuehn (12) Mr. Gary R. Kuerbitz (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ricardo J. Lara, Jr. (5) Mr. Raymond A. Latimer (4) Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Leonard (1) Dr. Mark Lindley & Mrs. Sandy Talbott (2) Mr. & Mrs. Bob Litzer (1) Dr. Mary E. Lloyd (5) Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Long (4)

Loudenback Family (1) Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard (8) Mr. & Mrs. W. David Lyle (2) Makower Abbate Guerra PLLC (1) Ms. Carolyn M. Martin (6) Mrs. Marion Martin (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Martin (13) Ms. Carrie H. McElroy (3) Mr. Ronald B. McRae (2) Mr. Joseph R. Mesechoff, Jr. (1) Ms. Audrey J. Miller (3) Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Miller (2) Jamie R. Mills & James G. Nichols (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mitchell (4)* Mr. & Mrs. Paul Modi (4) Mr. & Mrs. Ken Monroe (1) Mr. & Mrs. James F. Moon-Dupree (19) Eric & Connie Moore (4) Mrs. Mary M. Neff (8) O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. (6)* Dr. Patricia O’Brien (4)* Optimal Care, Inc. (5) Mr. Charles Otis (2) P & C Real Estate Investment Co., LLC (4) Mrs. Florence Pascoe (3) Mrs. Helen Pelling (30) Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perryman, Jr. (4) Ms. Francesca M. Phillips (12) Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike (7)* Mrs. Patricia P. Pike (14) Mr. Aaron Price (3) Prime Office Innovations (1) Pro Quality Flooring (1) Progressive Associates, Inc. (12)* Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes (13)* Ms. Janet Pung (6) Mr. & Mrs. W. Paul Rau (5) Resources for Healthy Living (2) Right Moves for Seniors (2) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Riley (6) Ms. Teri Rintz (1) Mrs. Mary M. Robertson (10)

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

Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson (4) Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community, Inc. (3) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Rutherford (1) Ms. Mary E. Saffian (3) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sanders (2) Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Schirmer (1) Mr. R. Hamilton Schirmer (7) Ms. Jannie M. Scott (13) Security Consulting Services, Inc. (5) The Senior Alliance (10) Service Care, Inc. (4) Mrs. Allyn Shepard (1) Mr. & Mrs. Carl Simcox (1)

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Ms. Frances L. Simmons (2) Mrs. Amy Smyth (5) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Snider (1) Somerset Pharmacy (3) Mr. David M. Squibb (1) Mrs. Fay I. Squibb (4) Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Steffens (1) Ms. Jacqueline K. Stefko (1) Robert L. Stephenson, M.D. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Stokes (11) Mrs. Lynne Symons (1)* Mrs. Avni Thomas (2) Ms. Priscilla Thompson (4) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Paul Thwaite (2)* Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits (10) Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Torp (2)* Toshiba Business Solutions(4) Mr. Scott Townsley (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere (13) Mr. & Mrs. Miles W. Trumble (2) Ms. Shirley H. Tucker (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Turman (2) U.S. Lawns of Oakland County (1) The Village of Hampton Meadows Resident Council (6) Mr. Fiorino Vitale (1) Mr. John S. Walker (3) Mr. & Mrs. W. James Walker (13) Ms. Elaine Walton (3)* Mr. & Mrs. Larry Wetherby (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Whitford (2) Mr. Ray Wieckert & Ms. Jean Scates (2) Ms. Diane Williams (6) Mr. Timothy P. Wintermute & Ms. Kathleen Sutcliffe (8) Women of the Moose Holly Chapter No. 854 (1) Womens Organization of Northern Michigan (1) Woodward Place at Brush Park Community (1)

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Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie (8) Mr. & Mrs. David Yudasz (4) Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers (4)* Mr. & Mrs. David R. Zimmer (3) Frank & Ruth Zinn (1)* Mr. L. Paul Zinn (2)

VILLAGE CONTRIBUTOR $249 AND BELOW Rev. Estelle Aaron (2) Mr. Brian Marzolf & Mrs. Tina Abbate-Marzolf (1) Mrs. Roseann Abbruscato (1) Ms. Adrienne D. Adams (2) Adam’s Family Restaurant (1) Ms. Helen Adams (1) Ms. Martha Adams (2) Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Ager (1) Mr. Nathan Agnew (1) Mr. William E. Ahlstrom (3) Airport Road 7-Eleven (1) Ms. Marion Albright (1) Mr. Craig Alcantara (2) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Allen (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Allen (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Allesee (1) Mr. & Mrs. Alex Allie (1) Mr. Jim Al-Riashi (2) Mr. Tyler Altman (1) Mr. John D. Altstetter (2) Mrs. Marilynn R. Amann (1) Mrs. Laura J. Anderson (1) Ms. Margaret Anderson (2) Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Anderson (2) Mr. Roger C. Anderson (1) Ms. Shawna L. Anderson (2) Mrs. Thelma Anderson (1) Anonymous - 7 donors Ms. Joann Anthony (1) Ms. Mary Ann Archer (1) Ms. Bessie M. Ardis (1) Area Agency on Aging 1-B (1) Mr. Thomas Armstead (1) Ms. Mildred Armstrong (4)

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Arndt (1) Mrs. Laurie Arora (1) Ms. Mary Austin (1) Rev. Mary & Mr. Carl Austin (3) Ms. Christine Avila (4) Ms. Cindy A. Babisz (2) Mr. & Mrs. Marc Bahm (1) Ms. Carol Bailey (1) Ms. Chanell Bailey (1) Ms. Iola Bailey (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Baker (2) Mr. Jon Baker (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Baker (2) Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Ball (1) Ms. Cinthia J. Bamfield (3) Mr. O’Neal Banks (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bara (3) Ms. Shirley Bargen (3) Ms. Elizabeth Barham (10) Ms. Maureen Barkley (1) Mr. & Mrs. Clarence C. Barksdale (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Baron (8) Ms. Kathleen M. Bartz (8) Mrs. Irene A. Battaglia (3) Ms. Mary J. Battle (1) Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Batts (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Bauer (1) Ms. Beth Beal (1) Ms. Deborah L. Beard (9) Ms. Cheryl L. Beatty (11) Miss Helen Beaudin (1) Mrs. Marie M. Beaulac (3) Mrs. Marolyn Becker (1) Miss Virginia Becker (5) Ms. Holly Beeby (1) Ms. Tekla J. Beeby (1) Mr. John C. Begin (6) Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Belanger (1) Ms. Mary Bennett (3) Ms. Sharon Benton (8) Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Bertolin (3) Miss Virginia Bertoncello (2) Best Effort Cleaning Service (2) Ms. Sabrina R. Bettcher (1) Mr. Douglas M. Bigham (2) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Biron (1) Ms. JoAnn Bisbee (2) Ms. Rebekah R. Bisbee (2)

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Ms. Fannie Blackshear (3) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Blalock (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gene Blankenship (13) Ms. Mary Ellen Bly (2) Mrs. Kathryn Boeckman (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Bokoski, Jr. (1) Mr. Robert H. Bokram (1) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Bomberski (6) Mr. & Mrs. James Bonstelle (3) Ms. Madge Bourdo (2) Mr. & Mrs. William R. Bowen (2) Mrs. Marla L. Bradford (7) Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Branch (1) Ms. Cherry Brandon (2) Ms. Barbara Brandt (1) Ms. Mary Ann Brantley (1) Ms. Mary T. Breen (13) Mr. Joseph Brenkus (2) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brideau (2) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Bruce A. Brooks (3) Ms. Christine Browder (3) Ms. Yvonne Browder (8) Ms. Shannon B. Brower (1) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brown (1) Mr. Edgar M. Brown (6) Ms. Irene T. Brown (5) Jamie & Melanie Brown (5) Ms. Mary Brown (2) Ms. Patricia M. Brown (4) Mrs. Ruth Brown (1) Ms. Virginia M. Brown (3) Ms. Diane Browning (1) Mr. Ronald J. Brunelle (1) Brush Park Manor Enhanced Fitness Class (1) Bruttell Roofing Co. Inc. (1) Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo J. Bryan, Jr. (2) Sheila & Matthew Buchman (2) Ms. Joann C. Buhl (1) Mr. & Mrs. Harold Bulger (1) Ms. Sue Bunch (1) Ms. Louanna R. Burch (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Burch (1) Mrs. Denice J. Burke (1) Dan & Joanne Burton (1) Mr. & Mrs. Bob Bush (3) Ms. Jenifer W. Bushman (9) Ms. Clenora Byes (1) Mr. & Mrs. Emmet F. Byrne (5)

Ms. Kay Byrne (4) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Caldwell, III (1) Ms. Gracine E. Callahan (2) Ms. Helen Campbell (2) Mr. & Mrs. Burke Campbell (1) Ms. Beverlee Caperton (1) Ms. Ashley P. Carr (1) Ms. Gwendolyn Carswell (10) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carter (2) Dr. & Mrs. Charles Cartwright (1) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Cassidy (6) Mrs. Carolyn Catchings (3) Ms. Michelle M. Caza (2) Mr. Kevin Centala (3) Ms. Patricia A. Cermak (1) Ms. Sheila M. Cesaro (1) Ms. Betty Challenger (3) Mr. Eric Chandler (1) Mrs. Constance Charles (4) Ms. Eschelle Chatman-Burger (1) Mr. David Chavez (1) Ms. Margaret Cheeks (4) Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Chellis (2) Ms. Tianshu Chu Chen (9) Ms. Ellen A. Childs (1) Ms. Alice Chisholm (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mike Clancy (1) Ms. Mary L. Clark (10) Mr. Samuel S. Clark (2) Ms. Victoria W. Clark (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Cloutier (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins (14) Mrs. Vicki Collar (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tom Collins (3) Mr. & Mrs. A.Read Cone, III (12) Ms. Josephine Cone (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Cooper (1) Ms. Stephanie A. Cooper (8) Mrs. Loretta Cortis (1) Mr. Steven Cosby, Jr. (1) Mr. Tyler Cosmer (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Cote (1) Mr. & Mrs. Steve Cournoyer (1) Ms. Clara Crowell (4) Ms. Gloria Cunningham (1) Ms. Sally A. Cunningham (1)

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

Ms. Heather Curtis (1) Ms. Judy C. Curtis (1) Mrs. Phyllis Curtis (1) Ms. Sheila Cusic (2) Ms. Yolanda Daddezio (5) Ms. Patricia B. Dailey (2) Ms. Betsy D’Alelio (1) Mr. Leigh Daniels (1) Ms. Patricia M. Daniels (10) Ms. Eunice Davis (1) Ms. Katherine Davis (3) Mr. & Mrs. Leon Davis (1) Mr. Robert Davis (3) Ms. Rosie Davis (2) Chaplain Patsy A. DeBruce (8) Deguzman Family (1) Mr. & Mrs. Steven DeHaan (1) Ms. Deborah DeKarsky (1) Mr. & Mrs. Howard DeKarsky (2) Ms. Sally A. DelVecchio (7) Mrs. Mary Denning (1) Mrs. Dorothy C. Dennis (3) Ms. Lucille M. DeRosia (1) Mrs. Lois Desimpel (1) Dillon Energy Services (1) Ms. Tomasina DiMambro (1) Ms. Kathryn Discenna (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Dixon (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ed Dobson (1) Mr. & Mrs. William G. Dobson (1) Mr. Jonathon J. Dorau (1) Ms. Natalie Douglas (1) Mr. & Mrs. Doug Duby (1) Mrs. Meagan Dunn (1) Mr. & Mrs. Albert Durand (1) Mr. Shawn G. Dusette (1) Ms. Rene’ Duty (4) Mr. Nelson Dworack (1) Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Dye (7) Dykema (12) Ms. Gena Edwards (1) Ms. Mary Edwards (3) Ms. Mary M. Edwards (4) Ms. Suzanne M. Edwards (1)

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Mrs. Janet L. Elberling (1) Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. (1) Ms. Lauren Elizabeth (1) Mr. Derek Elkins (1) Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Ellis (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Erle (6) Mr. & Mrs. Terry Ervin (2) Rev. Joseph Esper (1) Mrs. Dolly Ethier (1) Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Evans (2) Mr. & Mrs. John A. Everhardus (2) Ms. Ivery Fair (3) Mr. & Mrs. Bart Famularo (1) Ms. Ida Fantauzzi (6) Mr. Joseph T. Farchone (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lou Farrugia (1) Mr. Tom Favazza (1) Ms. Bridget Fazzolara (1) Ms. Laura L. Fecteau (6) Ms. Andrea Felice (10) Mr. John W. Ferns (8) Ms. Alice Finley (3)* First Presbyterian Church of Bay City (2) Mr. Aaron S. Fisher (2) Mr. James C. Fisher (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Fisher (11) Mr. & Mrs. William P. Fisher (1) Ms. Betty Fitzhenry (5) Ms. Drucilla Fladger (1) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Flynn (1)

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Mrs. Nancy A. Foltz-Adams (2) Ms. Georgina Fontana (2) Ms. Amy Fonville (1) Ms. Ovetta Forge (5) Mr. & Mrs. Roger Fosdick (1) Ms. Evelyn Foster (1) Ms. Mary A. Foucard (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fox (1) Ms. Carolyn Foy (1) Ms. Doris M. Foy (1) Ms. Khalea D. Foy (1) Rev. & Mrs. Raphael Francis (1) Mr. Timothy J. Frank (1) Ms. Clementine Frear (1) Ms. Ruth Freebury (12) Rev. Sandra E. Freeman (1) Mrs. Elizabeth M. Frey (2) Mrs. Eleanor Friend (2) Mrs. Colleen K. Froats (1) Mr. Philip A. McComish & Dr. Judith Fry McComish (9) Mr. & Mrs. James Fullford (1) Ms. Marjorie L. Gabriel (1) Mr. Robert G. Gaines (1) Mr. & Mrs. David E. Galaviz (1) Dr. & Mrs. Laurence E. Gallagher (3) Ms. Beverly Galliher (1) Mr. Thomas J. Gallo (4) Ms. Brenda Galloway (1) Mr. Paul J. Gambka (9) Garden City Hospital (1) Mr. Donald C. Gardiner (3) Ms. Saymatha Gaston (3) Mr. Frederick Gates & Rev. Sharlyn Gates (2) Mr. Robert D. Gawne (1) Sister Helen Therese Gazarek (10) Ms. Eleanore S. Gelbach (4)* Mr. Lloyd Geering (6) Ms. Marisa L. Geldhof (3) Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik (15) Ms. Toni A. Germaine (1) Mr. & Mrs. Norman Gibson (4) Ms. Cheryl Gibson-Moore (1) Ms. Carolee Giersdorf (1) Rev. & Mrs. George F. Gillette (2) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Glasser (8) Glenn Drive S. Traverse Partnership (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ogolin Glover (10)

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Goeddeke (1) Mr. Thomas Gomez (1) Ms. Shirley Gooden (1) Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Goodwin, Jr. (2) Ms. Shirley Goushaw (1) Dr. Gwendolyn Graddy-Dansby (2) Ms. Janet L. Graham (1) Ms. Julie L. Granthen (6) Mr. & Mrs. Jerry M. Green (3) Ms. Heather L. Green & Mr. Samuel R. Rohen (10) Mr. & Mrs. James A. Green (1) Ms. Mary E. Green (1) Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland Gregory (2)* Ms. Shardaya Gregory (1) Mrs. Toni D. Greig (11) Ms. Ona Greve (5) Ms. S. Elizabeth Griffin (8) Ms. Dora Griffith (2) Ms. Jessica Gross (2) Ms. Gail M. Gruen (1) Ms. Michelle Guillemette (1) Ms. Sylvia E. Guillemette (1) Mr. Larry Guindi & Ms. Pat Musso (1) Mr. Cornel Gulatt (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Gulley (2) Ms. Fidelis Guoan (2) Ms. Edith M. Gutowski (9) Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hachigian (1) Mr. D. James Hadley (1) Mr. Jeffrey Hagen (4) Ms. Stella Hagenburger (1) Ms. Paula Hager (5)* Ms. Sharon Hajduk (1) Ms. Reisa A. Hamilton (3) Mr. & Mrs. Craig W. Hammond (10) Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett (8) Mr. & Mrs. Martin Hansen (10) Harbor Springs Bay View Reading Club (1) Ms. Georgia A. Hardin (3) Ms. Ethel Harper (8) Mr. & Mrs. Albert Harris (1) Ms. Mary C. Harris (1) Ms. Yulanda Harris (1) Harris Upholstery (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kevin C. Hartley (2) Ms. Rhonda Harvey (10) Mr. Muhsin Hasan (1)

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Mr. Omar Hashem (1) Mr. James W. Hatcher (1) Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes (11) Mrs. Mary A. Hawkins (2) Ms. Tazell Hawkins (1) HBO (1) Ms. Rachel A. Healy (2) Ms. Elaine Hearns (14) Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Heikkila (3) Ms. Jennifer L. Heim (3) Ms. Katherine Heinrich (4) Mr. Harold R. Heintz (1) Mr. Jeff Heintz (1) Ms. Marilyn Heldt (4) Ms. Lisa Henderson-Irwin (2) Mrs. Lavina E. Hendrick (2) Ms. Deanna Hendricks (2) Mr. & Mrs. Gordon D. Henry, Jr. (1) Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Peter J.M. Henry (5) Dr. Anita M. Herman, Ed.D. (2) Ms. Teresa Herrera (1) Mrs. Susan J. Herrmann (1) Mr. Charles T. Hewitt (3) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Hibbard (4) Ms. Angie Hicks (1) Ms. Dolores Hicks (1) Ms. Gloria Hicks Long (5) Mrs. Ann P. Hill (1) Mrs. Dolores Hill (3) Mr. George Hill (1) Ms. Deborah S. Hillebrand (2) Mr. Richard A. Hines (11) Mr. & Mrs. Bryon Hinton (1) Ms. Gretchen R. Hirsch (2) Mrs. Marjorie Hirt (2) Mr. Robert J. Hodges (1) Mrs. Vera L. Hofbauer (10) Ms. Melissa Hoglund (1) Ms. Kay Hollister (4) Holly Area Community Coalition (2) Ms. Frances Holly (6)* Ms. Gail Holmes (1) Home Assessment Service (1) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Honeycheck (2) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Honore’ (1) Mr. Michael F. Hooton (2) Mrs. Dorothy Horan (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Horan (1) Mr. Phillip Hornbuckle (4)

Mrs. Doris J. Horton (10) Ms. Gabrielle Horton (1) Mrs. Gail Horton (1) Mr. Milon Horton (1) Mr. Thom Hosinski (7) Mr. & Mrs. James Hothem (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. House (11) Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Howbert (1) Ms. Barbara Hubbard (2) Mrs. Wanda M. Hubbell (5) Rev. & Mrs. David Huber (8) Ms. Polly Hudson (2) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Huff (2) Mrs. Laura Humphrey (1) Ms. Constance E. Hunter (2) Mr. John W. Hushen (6) Ms. Motoko F. Huthwaite (1) Ms. Rita Ingersoll (1) Ms. Janice Ingraham (2) Mr. Kevin G. Irwin, II (2) Mr. Robert R. Israels (3) The Jablonski Family (1) Ms. Carmen Jackson (1) Mrs. Charity Jackson (2) Ms. Dolores Jackson (1) Ms. Judith Jackson (1) Ms. Patricia A. Jackson (1) Mrs. Cheryl A. Jacobs (20) Mr. Ted Jacobs & Mr. Derrick Blanchard (1) Ms. Kathleen G. Jacobson (2) Ms. Cynthia A. James (1) Ms. Linda Janetski (2) Ms. Jean Jardine (1) Mr. & Mrs. Allen Jarosz (1) Dr. Dorothy S. Jenkins (1) Mr. Douglas Jenks (1) Ms. Jo Jewell (1) Joe’s Car Wash (3) Daion Johnson (1) Ms. Dereka Johnson (7) Mr. Edwin A. Johnson, Jr. (3) Ms. Henrietta Johnson (1) Ms. Janice Johnson (1) Ms. Latasha Johnson (1) Ms. Linda Johnson (9) Mr. Paul Johnson, III (1) Ms. Paulette Johnson (1) Ms. Phyllis Johnson (1)

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Ms. Sylvia Johnson (1) Ms. Vernice Johnson (2) Ms. Brenda Johnston (1) Rev. Kate & Mr. Kirk Johnston (1) Ms. Arene Jones (1) Mr. Charles M. Jones, Jr. (1) Ms. Deborah Jones (1) Mrs. Dorothy L. Jones (10) Mr. Johnny Jones (1) Ms. Kina Jones (2) Mr. Mark A. Jones (10) Ms. Shirley Jones (1) Ms. Trudy Jones (1) Ms. Vivian Jones (1) Ms. Wylene Jones (4) Ms. Deloris M. Jordan (3) Ms. Judy V. Jordan (6) Ms. Eleanore Jozwiak (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kalka (7) Mr. & Mrs. Roderick W. Kallgren (12) Mr. Joseph Kaptur (1) Mrs. Elizabeth C. Kasperek (13) Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kastens (4) Ms. Holly Kaszuba (4) Mr. Tom Katofiasc (1) Mrs. Mary K. Keebler (13) Ms. Judy Kehr (1) Mrs. Virginia Kendrick (2) Mrs. Pauline Kenner (10) Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Kenney (2) Mr. & Mrs. Tony Kenny (1) Mrs. Lynn G. Kenworthy (3) Ms. Brenda Kerr (1) Ms. Lois A. Kerr (12) Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Kerrigan (1) Ms. Linda Kersey (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ron Keup (2) Ms. Geraldine L. Kidd (5) Mr. Thomas E. Kimble (1) Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Kimbrough (9) Ms. Paula D. Kinder (1) Drs. Robert & Donna King (5) Mrs. Frances King (1) Mr. Kenneth Bissey & Ms. Joyce King (9)

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Mr. Stewart Kirchner (1) Ms. Margaret A. Kirkeby (1) Mr. Chuck Kisandi (1) Ms. Pat Kiser (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tim Kitchen (3) KK’s LLC (1) Ms. Linda C. Klebba (1) Mrs. JoAnn Kletzka (1) Ms. Karen A. Klinebriel (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Klinefelter (1) Ms. Stacey L. Klooster (5) Ms. Lucy Knowles (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kocan (3) Ms. Pearl L. Koning (4) Mrs. Jill Kooiker (1)* Mrs. Richard Kozlowski (2) Ms. Cyndi Kramer (1) Mr. Francis W. Kronner (1) Ms. Marion E. Kuebler (1) Mr. Stephen Kuehn (1) Ms. Judi Kuykendall (3) Ms. Gladys Kyle (1) Mrs. Patricia LaCount (2) Mr. & Mrs. Cornell LaLone (4) Ms. Denise M. Lamar (13) Ms. Marlene V. Lambert (1) Ms. Nicole R. Langmesser (2) Mrs. Dorothy Latcha (4) Mrs. Lucile R. Latta (9) Ms. Regina Lawson (1) Ms. Mary M. Layton (3) Mrs. Annie Legrand (3) Ms. Eileen Lehnert (5) Mrs. Joan F. Lehoczky (6) Ms. Danielle Leithauser (2) Ms. Rochelle E. Lento (1)* Mr. & Mrs. Duane M. Lewis (2) Ms. Stephanie Lewis (1) Ms. Tommie Lewis (1) Mr. Mark Lezotte & Ms. Patricia Little (11)* Ms. Catherine L. Liesman (4) Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church (2) Mrs. Phyllis R. Lipsey (10) Mr. Fred Little (1)

Mr. & Mrs. David Llewellyn (1) Ms. Dorothy Loessel (1) Ms. Lovella Longstreet (1) Mr. Jason Lovelly (4) Mrs. Lesley Luft (2) Ms. Bernadine Luke (2) Ms. Patricia Luke (2) Ms. Rose Luptowski (1) Mr. Eddie Mabry (1) Ms. Patricia MacDonald Garber (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Machesky (1) Mrs. Diane K. MacKenzie (2) Mr. Rene Mackie (1) Ms. Joan MacMillan (1) Macomb County Pharmacists Association (1) Mahjong Group at Perry Farm Village (2) Ms. Melissa A. Malane (13) Mr. Del Diego Manning (9) Mrs. Lois Manville (5)* Mr. & Mrs. Fred Manz (2) Ms. Anna Markowycz (1) Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Markus (1) Ms. Betty Martin (1) Miss Courtney Martin (2) Ms. Martha Martin (3) Mr. & Mrs. Ron Martin (1) Ms. Roslyn T. Martin (1) Ms. Lisa Mason (1) Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Massingille (4) Mr. & Mrs. James A. Masterson (1) Ms. Cesidia Matassa (1) Lorraine D. Matson Foundation (15) Mrs. Carol Matyniak (1) Ms. Carrie Maxwell (6) Mr. & Mrs. Gary G. Mayberry (1) Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Mayer (9) Ms. Maureen Mayne (7) Ms. Janet H. Mazzara (5) Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. Mbidzo (2) Mr. & Mrs. James McCandless (2) Ms. Connie McCann (4) Ms. Margaret F. McCarthy (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark McConnell (1) Miss Frances McCowian (1)

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Ms. Minnie McCree (1) The McCrimmon Family (1) Mr. Max McCullough (4) Ms. Judy D. McDaniel (10) Mr. Joseph H. McDonald (2) Mr. & Mrs. Mac McDougall (1) Ms. Linda McFarland (1) Mrs. Maxine McFarland (1) Ms. Betty McIlwain (1) Mrs. Natalie R. McIntyre (1) Mrs. Carolina McKay (1) Ms. Donna McKeny (1) Ms. Christine McKinley (1) Ms. Janetta McKinney (1) Mr. Patrick W. McLogan (8) Ms. Amelia B. McMillan (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. McMurray (1) Mr. & Mrs. Greg McNulty (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. McSwain (16)* Mrs. Jody Meagher (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ron Melaragni (1) Mr. & Mrs. George Melnyk (9) Dr. Claudia Menton (8) Mr. Donald Pryor & Mrs. Diana Mercer-Pryor (9) Mr. Modesto Merino (2) Mrs. Frances Metcalf (1) Metro North Federal Credit Union (2) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Meuchel (1) Ms. Catherine Meyer (1) Mrs. Betsy Mianecki (1) Mr. Autry Michael (1) Michigan Health & Hospital Association (1) Michigan Metro Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (2) Michigan Seamless Tube LLC (1) Michigan Stamp & Coin Exchange (1) Mr. & Mrs. Brent Middleton (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donell Miles (3) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Miles (1) Ms. Katherine Millenbach (1) Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller (25) Ms. Lois H. Miller (11) Ms. Stephanie M. Miller (1) Mrs. Theldha Miller (4) Tricia Miller, RN, CLNC (1) Ms. Karen Millush (1) The Millush Family (2)

Mr. & Mrs. Louis W. Miramonti (1) Samuel Miscisin Trust (2) Ms. Maya Mitchell (1) Mr. Sean M. Mitchell (10) Ms. JoAnn Moers (1) Ms. Terry L. Moers (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gary Mogg (1) Ms. Betty Moore (1) Ms. Betty Moore (1) Ms. India Moore (1) Ms. Joan C. Moore (2) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moran, Jr. (3) Ms. Betty Ann Morgan (2) Ms. Cheryl A. Moriarty-Davis (1) Mrs. Helen Morrison (4) Mr. Matthew Moss (6) Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Mossano (1) Rob & Vee Mossburg (4) Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Muench (7) Ms. Deborah A. Muhich (4) Ms. Emelda Mullins (3) Mrs. Kathleen Mumford (3) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Mummert (1) Ms. Brenda Murphy (2)* Mr. & Mrs. D.A. Murphy (2) Mr. Kaleb Murphy (1) Mr. & Mrs. Randal Murphy (2) Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Murray (1) Ms. Shawna O. Murry (2) My Beloved Group Home (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. Myers, III (10) NA Management & Marketing, LLC (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mike Naber (1) Ms. Wilma Nagel (2) Ms. Joan M. Nagrant (3) Mrs. Kathy Nasrey (1) Ms. Irene Nelson (4) Mr. Willie Nelson (3) Ms. Frances H. Ness (5) Dr. & Mrs. Dale Nester (7) Mr. & Mrs. Gordon A. Nethercut (6) New Silver Star M.B. Church (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Newell (1) Mr. James K. Newton (1) Mr. John Nichols (2) Ms. Zan Nicolli (5) Nissan Insurance Agency Inc. (1) Mrs. Maryanne Noble (1)

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

Ron & Joanne Nosek (3) Mr. Daniel Novak (2) Ms. Eileen M. Oakley (5) Ms. Dolores Ochoa (2) Sue Guitar Odom & Family (1) Mr. Jim Offield (1) Mr. Edward F. Oldani (1) Mrs. Janet M. Oldham (1) Mr. Mitchell G. Oliver (1) Rev. & Mrs. Charles Olsen (8) Ms. Emma E. Orczykowski (1) Ms. Judy Orlowski (1) Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Orvis (23) Mrs. Joan R. Ott (1) Mrs. Kara Otto (1) Ms. Bobby Oubre (1) Ms. Michele Denise Oubre’ (1) Mrs. Carolyn Owens (1) Ms. Linda Owens (2) Ms. Margarita F. Oxholm (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tom Ozark (1) P & H Plumbing & Heating, Inc. (2) Ms. Frances Packer (2) Ms. Nancy Painter (1) Ms. Carol Papineau (2) Mr. Bunia Parker (4) Ms. Caroline Parker (4) Mrs. Diana D. Parker (14) Ms. Joyce Parlor (1) Mr. & Mrs. Levi Parr (1) Mrs. Ann Pasternak (5) Ms. Josie Patrick (1) Mr. & Mrs. Philip Patterson (1) Mr. & Mrs. David K. Patton (8) Ms. Jennifer M. Pauly (8) Ms. Carolyn A. Pavia-Rauchman (1) Mrs. Rosetta Peace (1) Ms. Olayinka Pemberton (1) Ms. Gloria J. Pender (1) Mr. Walter J. Peregon, II (1) Ms. Charnai R. Perry (3) Ms. Geraldine Perry (3) Ms. Tam Perry (1) Mr. & Mrs. Chris Petersen (2) Ms. Yalanda Peterson (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Petro (1) Ms. Pauline M. Petterson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Petz (1)

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Ms. Dana L. Phelan (11) Ms. Judy L. Piccininni (1) Ms. Linda Pierce (1) Ms. Linda Pifer (2) Mr. & Mrs. Ken Pilarski (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jim Pilat (1) Mr. Arnold Pirtle & Mrs. Jennifer Chenier-Pirtle (1) Mr. Joe Pittinato (1) Mr. David Pniewski (1) Bob & Patti Pollack (3) Ms. Esther Polmanteer (4) Mr. Nolan Poloney (2) Ms. Ernestine Poole (1) Mr. & Mrs. Irvin E. Poston (1) Ms. Sandy Praught (2) Rev. Deacon & Mrs. Benjamin Prince (4) Ms. Jeanne Prokes (3) Ms. Barb Proos (1) Ms. Frances Pudvan (1) Mrs. Gail P. Quann (7) Mr. Lawrence Quarrels (1) Ms. Marie D. Quint (13) Mr. & Mrs. Frank Raine (1) Ms. Maria Ramos (1) Ms. Ann L. Ranfranz (1) Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Rauschke (3) Mr. Lawrence W. Ray (1) Mr. Richard D. Ray (1) Rea & Shoemaker, P.C. (1) Mr. Paul Rease (1) Ms. Josephine R. Redd (2) Ms. Tanisha Reed-Hobbs (5) Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Reese (6) Mr. & Mrs. William D. Reith, P.E. (4) Ms. Evelyn Rembach (1) Mrs. Dorothy Remsberg (3) Ms. Patricia Ann Rencher (1) Mr. Bentley Renker (1) Ms. Joann Renosky (1) Mr. Edward P. Revis (1) Mr. Andy Reynolds (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Reynolds (1) Mrs. Romayne Rhodes (1) Mr. Randall Rice (1) Ms. Tamie Rice (1) Ms. Thelma Richardson (5) Ms. Irene J. Richey (1) Ms. Betty Ridley (2)

Ms. Melissa Riesterer (3) Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rifenberg (1) Ms. Penny Rizzo (1) Ms. Cassie M. Roberts (9) Ms. Margaret Roberts (2) Ms. Nancy Roberts (3) Ms. Anita L. Robinson (5) Ms. Rose Mary C. Robinson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Frank Roche (1) Ms. Jacqueline H. Roda (2) Constance M. Rodriguez (10) Mr. Marvin Rogers (1) Ms. Elizabeth Rogerson (2) Mr. Dave Root (1) Ms. Antoinette Rosati (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rosati (1) Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Rose, Sr. (1) Rosebush Presbyterian Church (4) Rosebush United Methodist Church (1) Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Ross (20) Ms. Anne L. Roszczewski (2) Ms. Julie Roth (1) Mrs. Ruth Roth (1) Dr. William Rubin (1) Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan (27) Mr. & Mrs. James Rupersburg (2) Rev. James P. Russell & Mrs. Judith Gulliver-Russell (13) Ms. Rose M. Saffold (5) Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Sanders (5) Ms. Susan Sandy (2) Mrs. Anna Sape (1) Ms. Constance Sarkozi (4) Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Sassak (1) Ms. Thelma Saunders (1) Mr. Andrew G. Schaefer (1) Ms. Morag Schang (9) Mr. Karl Schillinger (9) Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Schlanderer (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid (13) Ms. Lori Schreiber (1) Ms. Christy Schroeder (1) Mr. Andrew Schulte (1) Mr. & Mrs. James P. Schulte (1) Mrs. Janice M. Schulte (9)* Ms. Sherri Schultz (1) Ms. Doris Schwaderer (3) Ms. Geraldlyn Scott (1) Mr. William Scott (1)

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Seiter (1) Ms. Gail M. Selvala (1) Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Serra (2) Ms. Jewell Sessom (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Sevald (1) Ms. Clorine Sharp (1) Ms. Judith Shatto (2) Mrs. Janice B. Shaw (7) Ms. E Marita Sheeran (1) Ms. Stephanie Shelley (1) Ms. Vivian E. Shelton (4) Ms. Mildred E. Shepherd (1) Ms. Regina Sherman (2) Mr. & Mrs. Michael B. Shim (2) Mr. & Mrs. Barry E. Simescu (1) Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Sivak (6) Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Sloss (1) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce I. Smith (13) Mr. Carl J. Smith (9) Ms. Carol J. Smith (1) Mr. Dale M. Smith (2) Ms. Debbie Smith (4) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Smith (1) Ms. Lisa Smith (1) Ms. Mattie E. Smith (3) Mrs. Renee Smith (1) Mr. Russell J. Smith (3) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Smith (1) SmithGroupJJR (1) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Smogor (5) Ms. Rachel Smolinski (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Snyder (1) Mr. William P. Sones (1) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sonnenberg (13) Mr. & Mrs. David Sonnenberg (8) Southeast Westland Homeowners Association (2) Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Spaller (11) Mr. & Mrs. Max Spaulding (1) Mr. Ronald L. Spears & Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears (5)* Ms. Madonna Spence (3) Ms. Doris Spencer (4) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout (8) Ms. Virginia M. Spurr (5) Ms. Barbara Spytko (1) St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (10) Ms. Rae A. Stachnik (1) Ms. Mary K. Stackpole (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Robb S. Stancer (1) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Starke (2) Mr. & Mrs. John Stearley (1) Mr. Winston L. Stebbins (2) Ms. Vera Steele (4) Mrs. Muriel C. Steensma (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Stefani (1) Ms. Michelle L. Steffen (14) Mr. & Mrs. Jon Steinacker (1) Ms. Marian C. Stephens (4) Ms. Rachelle A. Stephenson (1) Ms. Cynthia A. Sterling (1) Sterling Home Health Care (1) Ms. Catherine Stewart (1) Mr. & Mrs. Eric Stewart (1) Ms. Sharon Stewart (1) Mrs. Mary Stiltner (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ken Stilwell (1) Mr. William Stocker (1) Mrs. Gloria S. Stokes (10) Ms. Gladys Stolzenfeld (2) Ms. Sheri M. Stover (3) Ms. Mary Stroud (1) Ms. Mary Stye (9) Ms. Christine Sullivan (1) Ms. Katrina Summersett (1) Mr. Ronald Sumner (2) Ms. Martha A. Surma (1) Ms. Jennifer Sutkay (1) Mr. & Mrs. James Swanson (1) Ms. Betty R. Swartz (4) Ms. Neva C. Sweet (1) Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Sytsma (1) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Szabelski (1) Taft-Galloway Elementary School (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lance D. Talcott (1) Ms. Margot Taratuta (1) Ms. Beverly Tarien (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robb Tavill (1) Ms. Angelina Taylor (6) Mr. Arthur L. Taylor (12) Ms. Aryola Taylor (1) Mrs. Barbara Taylor (4) Ms. Delmira Taylor (10) Ms. Geraldine M. Taylor (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Taylor (2) Ms. Neco Taylor (1) Ms. Shige Taylor (5)

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

Technical Hot & Cold (2) Mr. & Mrs. William Ten Eyck (5) Mr. & Mrs. Jack Tengler (1) Ms. Harriet B. Terlecki (11) Ms. Dawn E. Terrano (1) Ms. Carmen Thomas (5) Mrs. Monya Thomas (1) Mr. Allan W. Thompson (3) Ms. Georgia Thompson (4) Ms. Jennifer Thompson (1) Mr. & Mrs. Turner S. Thompson, Jr. (3) Rev. Dr. Allen D. Timm & Dr. Janna C. Roop (3) Ms. Francine Tisby (1) Mr. E. Kern Tomlin (14) Tops MI 1788 Pontiac (1) Mr. Paul Toth (1) Ms. Vivian Townsend (1) Traverse Bay Canvas, Inc. (1) Trinity Home Health Services (1) Mr. Harold S. Tsuchiya (4) Mrs. Leslye Tucker (1) Mr. James Turnbore (1) Ms. Rita Twilley (1) Union Capital Construction Services-Mr. Bob Zinser (1) Mrs. Rita K. Vadasz (3) Mrs. Mary Valpredo (1) Ms. Doris Van Oyen (4)

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Mrs. Carol A. VanDenBerg (3) Mr. & Mrs. John V. VanGorder (1) Mr. & Mrs. Leon VanWassenhove (1) Mr. & Mrs. Dan S. Vasiloff (1) Ms. Caren D. Vennard (2) Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Venning (1) Ms. Raqual Vergara (1) Ms. Bonnie Vigil (2) The Village of East Harbor Dining Services (3) The Village of Hampton Meadows Residents (2) The Village of Mill Creek Residents (2) The Village of Oakland Woods Resident Council (2) The Village of Sage Grove Residents (2) The Village of Warren Glenn Resident Association (1) The Village of Westland Resident Council (22) The Village of Woodbridge Manor Resident Council (8) Mr. Douglas R. Vincent & Ms. Janet Lemieux (13) Mrs. Gladys Virag (2) Mrs. Virginia Visner (3) Ms. Elizabeth Volstromer (8) Ms. Jacqueline L. Voyles (3) Ms. Susan H. Wabeke (1) Mr. Dean A. Wakeland (2) Mr. Richard Walczak (1) Walgreens Store #4631 (1) Ms. Barbara Walker (1) Mrs. June Walker (1) Mr. Larry J. Walker (1) Ms. Mary Ann Walker (7) Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Walker (1) Ms. Algirtha Wallace (1) Mrs. Darlene Wallace (1) Mrs. Mary Wallace (1) Ms. Carol L. Wallwork (7) Ms. JoAnn M. Walter (5) Mr. & Mrs. Mark Walters (1) Ms. Burnice Ward (1) Ms. Jenny Warnack (1) Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Warner (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Warren (6) Mr. Samuel Warren (1) Ms. Mary Washington (1) Mrs. Sophie Wasik (1) Ms. Johnnie Mae Watkins (2)

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Mr. Kam Watson (1) Ms. Kimberly Watson (4) Mr. & Mrs. Tom Watson (1)* Mr. Donald L. Watters, Jr. (1) Mrs. Annie G. Watts (2) Ms. Betty Waun (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Webb (4) Ms. Linda Webb (2) Mrs. Carol A. Weber (5) Rev. Dr. Jeffrey D. Weenink (1) Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Weikal (2) Stacey & Bruce Welford (5) Wellspring Lutheran Services (1) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Welsh (4) Ms. Ann Werner (5) Mr. Tom Wesley (1) Mr. Kyle J. Westberg (1) Ms. Jo Ann Westrick (1) Mrs. Janice V. Wharrie (9) John & Suzanne Whipple (1) Ms. Eva B. White (5) Ms. Samantha White (1) White Turf Services (1) Mrs. Velma White (1) Mrs. Vivian J. White (1) Mr. & Mrs. Allen W. Whittemore (2) Mr. Brian Wiggins (1) Mr. Charles Wiggins (1) Ms. Earnestine Wiggins (1) Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wiggins (1) Ms. Valeria D. Wiggins (1) Mr. & Mrs. Tony Wilcox (10)* Ms. Stefanie Willard (1) Ms. Barbara A. Williams (1) Mrs. Delores F. Williams (3) Ms. Frances M. Williams (2) Ms. Gloria Williams (1) Ms. Iola Williams (2) Mr. James Williams (1) Estate of Mrs. Margaret H. Williams (1) Ms. Marie Williams (1) Mrs. Pamela Williams (1) Mr. Sidney Williams (1) Mr. & Mrs. Steven F. Williams (1) Ms. Edith Wilson (2) Mrs. Judy M. Wilson (2) Ms. Milly Wilson (3) Mrs. Sue F. Wimbush (1) Ms. Nicole Wingenfeld (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Wolf (1) Ms. Stacey L. Woock (1) Mrs. Cathy Wood (1) Mrs. Doris Wood (7) Ms. Ginny Wood-Broderick, L.M.S.W. (7) Ms. Doris Woodman (1) Ms. Joanna L. Woods (1) Ms. Wanda Worthington (1) Mr. & Mrs. William Wreford (2) Ms. Mercides Wright (3) Mr. Jason J. Wrightner (2) Mr. & Mrs. John A. Wrobel (1) Mr. & Mrs. Albert T. Wujcik (12) Ms. Jennifer York (1) Mr. Yoshi Yosshida (1) Rev. William R. Zambon (1) Mr. & Mrs. Randall Zarza (1) Doris Zazula & Family (1) Mr. & Mrs. John Zech (1) Mr. & Mrs. David M. Zechman (2) Mrs. Alice Zeckzer (2) Ms. Karen Ziginow (10)

IN-KIND GIFT DONORS Academy Utility Consultants Andrew D. Adair, D.O. African Safari Wildlife Park Agility Health The Honorable and Mrs. James Alexander All-Med Medical Supply Bagger Dave’s Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck Black Lotus Brewing Company Blackfinn Ameripub Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bomberski Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brideau Ms. Claire Budzinski Ms. Tavia Burgess C & G Electric C.J. Barrymore’s Entertainment Estate of Elsie Caillet Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Carelinc Medical L.T.C. Carl’s Golfland Carmen Gonino Tile Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Carney

THANK YOU 2015 DONORS Ms. Minnie Carr Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carter Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Chateau Chantal Ms. Bobie Clement Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins Cranbrook Institute of Science The Damone Group, LLC Ms. Jacqueline M. Davis Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix Detroit Chemical & Paper Supply Company Detroit Historical Society Detroit Red Wings Detroit Tigers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dixon Dixon Inc. Masonry Construction Ms. Gena Edwards Eric’s I’ve Been Framed Shop Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Ms. Dorothy Flosky Mrs. Devin M. Fritzler David & Laura Gabriel Ms. Joan D. Geering Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik Mr. Greg Gillham Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. Kerry Grand Grand Rapids Public Museum Ms. Julie L. Granthen Mr. Doug Haack Ms. Cheryl Hamilton Mr. Sean M. Healey Healthcare Cosmetology Services, Inc. Heathers Club of Bloomfield Hills The Henry Ford Ms. LaDonna A. Holley Hotel St. Regis Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters Mr. and Mrs. Verne G. Istock J. Baldwin’s Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson John F Martin Photography Kelley’s Draperies and Blinds Kimi K Salon & Spa Dr. and Mrs. Kevan R. Kreitman Ms. Bev LaForest Louis Chop House

Estate of Ivor Mason Matrix Theatre Company Estate of Jean McCarthy Ms. Michelle McCray Meadow Brook Theatre Medstar Ambulance Service Mr. Joseph R. Mesechoff, Jr. MGM Grand Detroit Mrs. Arlene F. Michel Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller MJR Digital Cinemas Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mrs. Mary M. Neff Northside Landscape Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission Omnicare, Inc. Optimal Care, Inc. Ms. Jessica Pappas Park West Gallery Mr. Wesley R. Pelling Pewabic Pottery Pitchford Kendal PC Pro Quality Flooring Mr. Lloyd Rix Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Rouge Makeup & Nail Studio Ms. Treva Roy Mr. Jay Sabo Scalawags Golf Club

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Ms. Jannie M. Scott Serenity Life Balance Center Service Care, Inc. Ms. Frances L. Simmons Skydive Harbor Springs Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sloss Somerset Inn Star Chiropractic Stearns Family Ms. Karen M. Sumpter Sycamore Hills Golf Club Mr. Matthew Thaens Mrs. Avni Thomas Mr. Gary Thompson Total Health Systems Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Turman Unidine Corporation United Methodist Retirement Communities Ms. Paula VanSullen The Village of East Harbor The Village of Rosebush Manor Mr. Terrel Wallis The Whitney Wierzbicki Family Wrapped in Love Mr. and Mrs. Randall Zarza

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2016-2018 Strategic Plan Overview Mission Guided by our Christian heritage, we serve seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living.

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

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

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

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Strategic Directions and Initiatives 2016 – 2018 As we celebrate our past we look to the future for ways to continue making waves and embracing new ways of enhancing lives. In 2015 we embarked on an intensive strategic planning process which resulted in a bold and aggressive Strategic Initiatives and Implementation Plans have been developed to outline the steps necessary to advance the Strategic Directions. The Strategic Planning Committee has prioritized the Strategic Initiatives, for the purpose of enabling PVM staff to develop an Implementation Plan that sequences the Strategic Initiatives. This prioritization is reflected in the draft Implementation Plan and graphically depicted on the following slide. Those Strategic Initiatives designated as “Urgent” are labeled as “Level 1”. Those classified as “Necessary” are labeled as “Level 2” and those identified initially as “Helpful” are labeled as “Level 3”. I. R  ebalance and strengthen the Village portfolio. (Increasing the number of market rate living units at a faster rate than the increase in the number of affordable living units – through affiliation, acquisition, divestiture and development.)

1.1 C  omplete the prioritized renewal and expansion of two market rate communities (Village of East Harbor and Village of Westland). Priority 1 1.2 Develop and execute an affiliation strategy. Priority 2

1.3 Continue to invest in the new development and renewal of affordable housing options. Priority 2

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

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

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

1.4 Develop product line performance benchmarks. Priority 3

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

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

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

3.3 Cultivate and expand research partnerships with academic institutions. Priority 2

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

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

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

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

3.8 Review and potentially revise the governance structure. Priority 3

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

3 serving a balanced number of individuals and families who choose subsidized, affordable and/or market rate accommodations, programs and services options.

3 serving an exponentially larger number of people through home and community based services.

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

3greater intentional state-wide focus across Michigan markets, along with opportunities for growth having developed in surrounding states.

• Has strength (financial, people, technology and other resources²) – resulting, in part, from the transformation and growth. • Demonstrates that service and technology are integral. The link between the two became increasingly critical to achieving the transformation and growth – and particularly in creating ‘new possibilities for quality living’. • Is measurably and demonstrably enhancing lives and communities – using research to validate the impact, to educate and to continually evolve.

In order to achieve the 2030 ‘portrait’, during the next three years, PVM will pursue three strategic directions. Rebalance and strengthen the Village portfolio Increasing the number of market rate living units and programs/ services at a faster rate than the increase in the number of affordable living units and programs/services – through affiliation, acquisition, divestiture and development. Accelerate the growth of home and community based services Emphasizing innovation, choice, technology and sustainability. Secure the base Investing in people, technology, research and the promotion of PVM’s image and brand while increasing financial strength. 1 2

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

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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2015 Board of Directors DIRECTORS


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, Senior Executive Assistant

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 2016 Board of Directors DIRECTORS


George B. Millush Jr., Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First William L. Ball, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Ted Payne, Vice Chair for Marketing and Community Relationships William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Miller, Senior Executive Assistant

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

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

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 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


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 2016 Board of Directors OFFICERS


James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder , 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 Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert R. Schroeder Donna Snider

Denise Turman 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)

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

Lynn Alexander, Vice President of Public Affairs & President/CEO of Your Aging Well Advisors 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 Villa at Redford, Redford 313.541.6000 The Cottages at Redford, Redford 313.541.6300 The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor, Westland 734.595.4663 The Village of Westland, Westland 734.728.5222 The Village of Gibraltar Manor, Gibraltar 734.676.4802 Detroit: Delta Manor 313.259.5140 Hartford VIllage 248.281.2024 The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, 313.259.9000 The Village of Bethany Manor, 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley, 313.832.9922 The Village of Harmony Manor, 313.934.4000 The Village of Oakman Manor, 313.957.0210 The Village of St. Martha’s, 313.582.8088 The Village of Woodbridge Manor, 313.494.9000


PACE Southeast Michigan: Detroit Northwest, 313.543.6320 The Thome Rivertown, 855.445.4554 Warren Alternative Care, 855.445.4554


Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan**

Community Connections Greater Midtown: Detroit, 313.831.1089

Community Connections*

Community Connections of Greater Harbor Springs: Harbor Springs, 231.526.5557


CareSync Solutions:

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations

Bay City

** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System

Fort Gratiot Township



Pontiac Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Jackson


Clinton Township Township Warren

Redford Westland



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