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FEATURED ARTICLES Hartford Winter Construction Progress PVM Revamped Website Presence

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Inspire Possibilities Breakfast Returns PVM Partners with National Church to Enhance Affordable Housing Sites

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PVM Serves Those Who Serve Our Country Donor Recognitions

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Above from Left to Right: Amy Katz, John Elliott, Sandra White, Dr. Gwendolyn Graddy, Mary Naber, John Polanski, Angela Abbass, Oneida Gorecki, JaNaya Windham, Adrena Owens, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, Shonna Withers, Stephanie Hill, Lilly Thompson-Lee, State Senator Steven Bieda, Cathy Lawson, Greg Gildersleeve, State Representative John Chirkun

PVM’s partnership with Henry Ford Health System to provide quality services for seniors has gained momentum with PACE Southeast Michigan. It recently expanded to a third site that is located at 30713 Schoenherr Road in Warren. PACE stands for Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, a unique health plan funded by Medicare and Medicaid that provides integrated care and services to eligible seniors. PACE Southeast Michigan is one of eight PACE programs in Michigan and 120 PACE programs in the U.S.

PACE Southeast Michigan is ideal for seniors aged 55 and older who are living with chronic illness and who want to remain independent in their own homes. PACE Southeast Michigan’s day health centers bring together all of the care needed to accomplish this goal. The centers provide a community setting where seniors enjoy delicious meals, have social interactions, feel purposeful, enjoy recreational activities and receive the medical care they need – all in one location. Support at home is also offered as well as respite Continued on page 4

Making New Friends in the New Year: PVM and Delta Manor

As the favorite New Year’s song states: “Make new friends, but keep the old…” PVM began the New Year doing just that.

On January 1, 2016, PVM became the new property management company for Delta Manor, a 100-apartment senior community in Detroit. Through this agreement, PVM is responsible for the day-to-day management and operations of Delta Manor with reporting accountability to the Delta Manor Board of Directors. The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

(HUD) has approved this new relationship. Roshunda Price, Delta Manor’s board president, stated: “Both PVM and Delta Manor are strongly committed to providing safe, secure and comfortable living experiences for our residents. Moreover, PVM’s 70 years of successful mission-driven property management programs and activities, combined with its knowledge of federal rules and regulations that govern properties like ours, make PVM an excellent selection for us and for the 100-plus residents who call Delta Manor home.” Michael Polsinelli, Detroit Field Director for HUD stated: “HUD is looking forward to working with Presbyterian Villages of Michigan and the owner of Delta Manor as this new partnership brings new vitality and increases the quality of life for all residents of the development.” Delta Manor is a seven-story high rise located on 2.5 acres at 2150 E. Vernor, south of Gratiot Avenue near Detroit’s Eastern Market. It is owned by Delta Manor, Inc., a Michigan non-profit housing corporation. The mission of Delta Continued on page 3

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Hartford Village Construction Progresses through Winter December is always a busy month with holiday festivities, shopping and preparing to ring in another year. Hartford Village is no exception, as another successful resident event was held on December 10th at the Northwest Activity Center. This event focused on celebrating the holidays and the joy that 2016 will be the year that new residents move into their homes at Hartford Village. Frank Taylorwith Hartford Memorial Baptist Church gave the group a construction update, and answered several questions. The residents also received a little extra holiday cheer as PVM’s own leasing specialist, Gena Edwards, and her groom-to be surprised the residents with a preview wedding ceremony. The festivities concluded with music provided by Charles Greene. As spring approaches, Hartford Village will be gearing up for the arrival of residents. This March, the team has planned an afternoon for the residents to interview various potential vendors who can assist with making a smooth transition from their current home to Hartford Village. Services will be available to help residents downsize, pack, move, decorate, etc. As move-in dates approach, the Hartford Village team will be working closely with the residents to make sure they have all the services and logistics arranged for their move. Construction is in full swing at Hartford Village. Rough framing is complete on several of the buildings, and the construction team is humming while making great progress on the campus. The deadline of completion by fall 2016 is still on track. Mother Nature has been good to the Hartford Village construction crew this winter, making it easier to stay on schedule. With Hartford Village being the first of its kind in the City of Detroit, the residents of Hartford Village are very close to realizing the dream that started over two years ago. The community is located at 17500 Meyers Road in Detroit, an area that is working on revitalization. The campus will include 39 independent living cottages with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The campus also includes 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 such amenities as raised gardens, wellness programs, fully equipped fitness room, and many more services. It is located right in the heart Detroit with plentiful community resources. 2016 is going to be a very exciting year for Hartford Village! LEFT: Rough framing is moving along on the cottage homes.



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Kicks Off April 1st!

Going on its thirteenth year, this annual fundraising campaign has raised nearly $1.1 Million, in support of older adults throughout Michigan! Through the entire month of April, PVM Villages, residents and their friends and family members have an opportunity to raise funds for projects that will enhance and enrich the lives of seniors. Donors have funded numerous projects and services including transportation, exercise equipment, security camera upgrades, walking paths, gazebos, outdoor furniture, computers and so much more! Every gift received by April 30th is eligible for a match! Matching funds will be awarded at the end of the campaign toward every project, based on the percentage each Village raises toward the Friends & Family total amount raised. The more a Village raises for their project, the more matching dollars that Village receives! For example, if a Village raises 10% of the cumulative Friends & Family amount raised, that Village receives 10% of the matching funds available.



For more information about how you can support a Village fundraising project this April, please visit or call the PVM Foundation at 248.281.2040.

Residents at The Village of Holly Woodlands started raising money toward a new bus through the 2013 Friends & Family Campaign. With a lot of hard work, and a little help from matching awards and a grant from the PVM Foundation, they raised enough money to buy a brand new bus with a wheelchair lift in 2015. When one resident in an electric wheelchair rode the new bus, she was almost in tears with joy.

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Revamped Website Positions PVM for Future with up-to-date Digital Presence and Dynamic Sales Tool After more than a year of research, planning, and content creation, the PVM Sales and Marketing Department in collaboration with the Public Affairs Department, was proud to launch the brand new in the final weeks of December 2015. Redesigned, revamped, and refocused, the new website is intended to provide an easily navigable browsing experience for seniors and their families who are exploring PVM as a possible senior housing provider, or community members who may be interested in learning more about PVM as an organization. Based on industry trends and time-tested best practices, the website’s new design acts as an all-encompassing resource, displaying information vital to the organization, such as PVM’s mission, vision, and values, as well as information specific to each village and collaborative home and community based service. With a focus on transparency and integrity, interested parties can now see updated rosters of boards throughout PVM, leadership bios with updated headshots, public financial statements, annual reports, various publications, and advocacy agen-

das all right on the site. On the sales side, improved functionality, such as easily searchable/sortable villages by location, level of care, age requirement, and living options allows future residents to more easily locate the right living situation based on their needs. Not only was the entire look of the PVM website changed to allow for easier navigation, virtually all of the content, from the individual villages to the overall organizational content, was updated to reflect the latest information and developments. Each of the 28 village pages are now equipped with updated indoor and outdoor photographs; a sales overview write-up; updated testimonial videos with representatives from many villages; a Google Map link and graphic; quotes from residents; a link to the village-specific or PVM Facebook page; updated frequently asked questions; as well as a variety of other useful content such as pricing (where applicable) and floor plan options. Two village features that are sure to set PVM’s website apart from many competitors are the village virtual tours and the interactive floor plans. The virtual tours are online self-navigable digital walking tours that allow anyone to take a look inside each village and explore the space as if they were there in-person. These prove especially meaningful for out-of-state adult children and prospective residents who want to take a look inside a village and aren’t able to otherwise attend an in-person tour. The interactive floor plans are another piece that helps place PVM on the cutting edge of the senior housing industry. This powerful tool allows interested applicants and their families the ability to move around virtual furniture and decorate a floor plan similar to what they can expect when they move into a village. Users can then print the floor plan for future use, share it with family and friends, or post on their social media accounts – a great way to spur community engagement.

Making New Friends in the New Year: PVM and Delta Manor Continued from page 1

Designed to be a “living document,” the future is sure to hold many additional changes, tweaks, and improvements to the site in an effort to continue to reflect the up-to-the-minute news throughout the PVM network. We encourage you to check out the new and all it has to offer.


Manor is to create an appealing and safe environment that enhances the quality of life for residents. It was one of the first development projects of its kind in the United States to be initiated by a Greek-letter organization. The project was conceived of and brought to life by the Property Task Force of the Detroit Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Sorority, Inc. It opened in late 1988 at a cost of approximately $5 million dollars. Already in the New Year, there has been a great bit of activity and engagement among the PVM staff, residents and board of Delta Manor. Relationships and shared goals are developing quickly with a shared sense of joy and optimism over this new venture. Look for more information on Delta Manor in upcoming PVM publications. We look forward to serving the residents and board of Delta Manor to “create new possibilities.”

The goal of this new website is not only to provide a dynamic sales tool, but also to best position PVM for success as we move forward into the growing digital age. The new website, and all of its updated content, improves not only the browsing experience for those who access the website directly, but also the ability for PVM to be seen and discovered via general search engine inquiries on the web. This is furthered by the entire website being presented on what is known as a responsive template, meaning the website will reformat for best appearance based on the device being utilized by the consumer. Whether someone is using a tablet, an iPhone, laptop, or desktop computer, the website will automatically reformat and resize to look its best.



Did you know you can secure a fixed rate annuity that will generate annual payments for life by making a contribution to PVM? Investments starting at just $2,500. Without obligation, PVM Foundation would like to answer any questions you may have. Please call Paul Miller



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Inspire Possibilities Breakfast Returns in 2016 After a hiatus in 2015, the sixth Inspire Possibilities Breakfast will return to the Centerpoint Marriott in Pontiac on Friday, May 13th. Since 2011, this event has grossed over $445,000 to benefit Michigan seniors. The complimentary 1-hour breakfast is an opportunity to hear inspiring testimonies directly from residents of PVM Villages and to support the PVM mission. While an appeal for financial support will be made, there is no obligation to donate.


POSSIBILITIES Breakfast Friday, May 13, 2016

For more information, please visit or call the Bobie Clement at 248.281.7252.

NOW AVAILABLE! The Village of Woodbridge Manor, located in the heart of Detroit’s vibrant Woodbridge neighborhood, is senior city living at its finest. Home to 100 pet-friendly, spacious one-bedroom apartments with fully equipped kitchens, life at The Village of Woodbridge Manor means planned social events, bustling community spaces, and the freedom to live the worry free life you’ve always wanted to live. Affordable for seniors aged 62 and better, Woodbridge Manor’s beautiful grounds are the ideal place to embrace all the possibilities that life has to offer.

If you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP by April 29th to your host or at TOP RIGHT: 2014 Program Participants and Village Victory Cup Spirit Award Winners representing St. Martha’s (L to R): Hyren Trawick, Andrea Felice, Etta Trawick and Charles Jones, Jr. (seated). RIGHT: 2014 Program Participants (L to R): Michael J. Damone, Edith Gutowski, Nancy Charlton, Jacqueline Voyles, Brenda Galloway, Doris Spencer, Pat Boyington and Betty Hildebrandt.


All these amenities at an address you call home: • Personal 24-hour emergency call system • Fully equipped kitchens • Transportation • Central air conditioning • Pet friendly • Fitness center • Beauty/Barber shop • Library

• Computer room • Planned social events • Central laundry area • Community center • Mini-theater • Cable ready • On-site maintenance •O  n-site residential service coordinator • Game room • Barrier- free apartments available

The Village of Woodbridge Manor

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1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Detroit, Michigan 48201

for caregivers. Transportation to and from the day health centers and medical appointments is provided at no charge.

Call 313.494.9000 to schedule your visit today!

By aging in place, seniors have more hope, vitality, joy, and an overall higher quality of life.

The Village of Woodbridge Manor was made possible through funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that provides government-subsidized housing. If you are 62 years of age or older and meet the specified income limits, your rent is based on 30% of your adjusted gross annual income. Services and programs are tailored to provide the very best in senior living.

“The support and services we provide allow older adults to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible,” said Mary Kummer Naber, President and CEO of PACE Southeast Michigan. “Our interdisciplinary team proactively communicates and coordinates holistic care to prevent avoidable emergency visits, hospitalizations and nursing home placements, thus providing higher quality care for this frail population. PACE Southeast Michigan is the best care model for seniors who want to remain independent and need supportive, comprehensive care.” PACE Southeast Michigan, a non-profit organization jointly owned by Henry Ford Health System and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, has two other locations — Detroit Northwest College Park and The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. To learn more about PACE Southeast Michigan, please call at 855-445-4554 or visit


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PVM Partners with National Church Residences to Enhance Service Coordination at Affordable Housing Sites In an effort to enhance the lives of seniors throughout the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) network, we are proud to announce our new relationship with National Church Residences who will be overseeing the service coordinators at 21 PVM Villages. With its proven track record as the country’s largest provider of service coordination, National Church Residences will provide service coordinators at affordable housing sites across Michigan. Through this strong collaborative relationship, PVM will become the 66th Quality Assurance Program for enhanced service coordination managed by National Church Residences.

ization program. The two organizations will also be integrating these services into the many other innovative programs and services for which PVM is well known, such as resident engagement, wellness and service excellence.

“PVM is pleased to continue our path of innovation via partnering with National Church Residences,” said PVM President and CEO Roger Myers. “Our missions, values and philosophies are extremely well aligned. They are highly known throughout the senior living and aging services field for an exceptional commitment to quality service with dedication as a consumer-focused organization.”

The transition began in late 2015 and will be implemented by the end of February.

“Finding the best ways to allow seniors to continue to stay in their homes as they age is a passion for PVM and National Church Residences. We are so pleased to partner with them to serve their residents,” said Terry Allton, senior vice president for home & community services at National Church Residences.

PVM Serves Those Who Have Served Our Country PVM recently received approval from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to implement a “Veterans Preference” for some villages. Thus, we are now able to give preference to applicants who are considered to be veterans of the United States Military or surviving spouses of veterans. We must and will remain committed to a preference for those 62 years or older or a person with disabilities. If you or someone you know qualifies please contact Presbyterian Villages of Micighan for more information about this program, (248) 281-2020.

Under the “Home for Life” model, National Church Residences has enhanced service using its Care Guide tool to understand a community’s overall health and wellness profile, and to determine which residents may need more extensive support to continue living in the community. The service coordinators also arrange preferred providers to help seniors and set up a more extensive social-


We can’t thank you enough for helping Michigan seniors thrive!

Thank you


Your contributions, large and small, help thousands of PVM residents and community seniors receive the programs and services they need to THRIVE as they grow older. With your support, seniors have access to reliable transportation, emergency financial care, wellness classes and more. For more information, please visit or call the PVM Foundation at 248.281.2040.


Supporting Your Healthy Lifestyle Many residents and community members are now taking advantage of our new services available to help seniors remain in their own homes and make life a little easier. PVM is partnering with Homestead Home Health Care Services as a full-service home care and personal service provider. CareSync Solutions’ innovative approach combines timetested talents and the latest technology to meet the needs of individuals, families and communities. Whether it’s care management, counseling services, discharge planning, or skilled nursing and therapy. CareSync’s experienced staff is committed to supporting seniors with their healthy lifestyle choices. Services include. Whether you are a senior, a family member or a provider, we can help provide assistance and direction when it comes to planning and implementing these important decisions.

Please call Presbyterian Villages of Michigan at (248) 281-2020 for more information these programs.

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Thanks for Giving! Individuals: Mr. & Mrs. Tom Adams Advanced Satellite & Security Systems Advantage Management Group Agility Health Mr. William E. Ahlstrom Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Akridge The Honorable James & Lynn Alexander Mr. & Mrs. Robert Allen Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Allesee Mr. Tyler Altman Mr. John D. Altstetter American Carpet Care, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Mr. Roger C. Anderson Anonymous (5) Area Agency on Aging 1-B Mrs. Laurie Arora Rev. Mary & Mr. Carl Austin Mr. & Mrs. Marc Bahm Ms. Carol Bailey Mr. Jon Baker Bill & Marcia Ball Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Ball Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bara Mr. & Mrs. Donald Baron Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Batts Ms. Beth Beal Ms. Deborah L. Beard The Rev. & Mrs. Eldon F. Beery Mr. John C. Begin Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Belanger Mr. & Mrs. Mark Beltramo Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Bertolin Ms. Sabrina R. Bettcher Ms. JoAnn Bisbee Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Blalock Mr. & Mrs. Gene Blankenship Mrs. Kathleen Block Ms. Mary Ellen Bly Ms. Jane A. Bolender Mrs. Audrey Bolton Mrs. Laura Bott Ms. Jennifer Bouchard Mr. & Mrs. William R. Bowen Mr. James T. Bradford Mrs. Marla L. Bradford Mr. & Mrs. Bert Brady Ms. Mary T. Breen Mr. Mark Brenkus Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brideau Bridgewater Associates, LP Mr. Robert T.R. Brinton Rev. Alec U. Brooks Mrs. Natalie E. Brothers Ms. Yvonne Browder Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brown Jamie & Melanie Brown Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Robert O. Brown Mrs. Ruth Brown Ms. Diane Browning Mr. Ronald J. Brunelle James & Graziella Bruner Mr. Andrew Bullock Ms. Annette Burns Mrs. Ethel Ogden Burwell

On behalf of the seniors we serve, we thank the following donors who have given gifts totaling $25.00 or more to the PVM Foundation between October 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015. PVM recognizes all devoted individuals and organizations who contribute to our mission each year in the Annual Report.

Ms. Jenifer W. Bushman Mr. & Mrs. Pat Byrne Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Caldwell, III Ms. Gracine E. Callahan Rick & Melinda Callahan Mrs. Carolyn E. Cameron Brian & Beth Carnaghi Mr. John Carruthers Mrs. Cellestine Carter Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Cassidy Mr. Kevin Centala Estate of Margery C. Ciavola Mr. & Mrs. Mike Clancy Ms. Bobie Clement Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins Mr. & Mrs. Donald Cohen Mrs. Vicki Collar Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Mr. & Mrs. A.Read Cone, III Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Cooper Ms. Stephanie A. Cooper Dr. Larry C. Coppard & Ms. Susan Ager Ms. Dawn M. Corwin Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord M. Creedon Ms. Clara Crowell Crown Motors Mr. Louis Cunningham Ms. Sally A. Cunningham Ms. Judy C. Curtis The Damone Group, LLC Mrs. Elva B. Daniels Mr. Leigh Daniels Deguzman Family Mr. & Mrs. Howard DeKarsky Ms. Marsha Desaussure- McCleod Dickinson Wright, PLLC Ms. Kathryn Discenna Mr. Elmer Dixon Dixon Inc. Masonry Construction Mr. & Mrs. David J. Donovan Family Fund Ms. Rene’ Duty Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Dye Dykema Ms. Gena Edwards Ms. Mary M. Edwards Mrs. Janet L. Elberling Ms. Lauren Elizabeth Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Euler Mr. & Mrs. John A. Everhardus Mr. & Mrs. Bart Famularo Mr. & Mrs. Lou Farrugia Mr. Tom Favazza Ms. Bridget Fazzolara Ms. Andrea Felice Ms. Alice Finley First Community Bank First Presbyterian Church of Bay City First Presbyterian Church of Farmington First Presbyterian Church of Northville Mr. Aaron S. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. William P. Fisher Mrs. Karin W. Flint Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Flynn Mrs. Nancy A. Foltz-Adams Mr. & Mrs. Roger Fosdick

Rev. & Mrs. Raphael Francis Mr. Timothy J. Frank Franklin Wright Settlements, Inc. Ms. Melissa Freiburger Fried Saperstein Abbatt PC Ms. Audra D. Frye Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Ms. Denise D. Funke Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas, Inc. David & Laura Gabriel Mr. & Mrs. David E. Galaviz Mr. Paul J. Gambka Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Gardiner Mr. John W. Gardner, Jr. & Mrs. Mona K. Ross-Gardner Mr. John Gawryk Sister Helen Therese Gazarek Ms. Joan D. Geering Ms. Marisa L. Geldhof Mr. & Mrs. Norman Gibson Ms. Carolee Giersdorf Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Glasser Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Glenn, Sr. Ms. Barbara L. Glines Mr. & Mrs. Michael Goeddeke Mr. James S. Gompers Mr. Donald J. Gorman Mr. & Mrs. James D. Gotch Ms. Julie L. Granthen Mr. & Mrs. James A. Green Estate of Earl C. Greene Mrs. Patricia E. Greenwood Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland Gregory Mrs. Toni D. Greig Grigg Graphic Services Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Gross Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church Ms. Gail M. Gruen Mr. Larry Guindi & Ms. Pat Musso Ms. Fidelis Guoan Ms. Stella Hagenburger Beach B. & Marianne K. Hall Mr. & Mrs. Craig W. Hammond Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Hanpeter Kenneth Harder Ms. Yulanda Harris Mr. Muhsin Hasan Ms. Carolyn J. Hastings Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Hastings Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Hauberg Mrs. Waneta R. Hawes Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Healy Ms. Elaine Hearns Ms. Jennifer L. Heim Ms. Ruthenia Henderson Mr. Charles Hewitt Scott & Kerri Heydens Mrs. Ann P. Hill Ms. Deborah S. Hillebrand Mr. Richard A. Hines Ms. Gretchen R. Hirsch Mrs. Marjorie Hirt Mrs. Beverly Hoglund Ms. LaDonna A. Holley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Hollowell

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Honeycheck Mr. Michael F. Hooton Mr. Phillip Hornbuckle Mr. Thom Hosinski Mr. & Mrs. James Hothem Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. House Mr. & Mrs. Wesley D. Hovey Rev. & Mrs. David Huber Mr. & Mrs. Donald Huff Ms. Ara D. Hunter Mr. John W. Hushen Hylant Group Mr. & Mrs. David A. Imesch Ms. Rita Ingersoll Interstate Restoration, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock Ms. Johnnie C. Jackson Mrs. Cheryl A. Jacobs Ms. Jackie Janetski Dr. Lynda K. Jeffries Ms. Andrea Jenkins Dr. Dorothy S. Jenkins Mr. Willie A. Jenkins Jermor Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Joe’s Car Wash Ms. Dereka Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Mr. Paul Johnson, III Rev. Kate & Mr. Kirk Johnston Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Jones Ms. Deloris M. Jordan Mr. Joseph Kaptur Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kastens Mr. Tom Katofiasc Mr. & Mrs. Larry A. Keef Nathan & Megan Keup Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Kimble Mr. Kenneth Bissey & Ms. Joyce King Drs. Robert & Donna King Mr. Stewart Kirchner Mr. Chuck Kisandi Ms. Linda C. Klebba Ms. Stacey L. Klooster Mr. & Mrs. John S. Kolon Mr. & Mrs. Agris Krautmanis The Kresge Foundation Mr. Francis W. Kronner Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mr. Gary R. Kuerbitz Ms. Denise M. Lamar Ms. Marlene V. Lambert Ms. Nicole R. Langmesser Mrs. Lucile R. Latta Mr. & Mrs. David F. Lau Ms. Danielle Leithauser Ms. Rochelle E. Lento, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Leonard Level One Bank Mr. & Mrs. Duane M. Lewis Mr. Mark Lezotte & Ms. Patricia Little Ms. Catherine L. Liesman Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church Dr. Mark Lindley & Mrs. Sandy Talbott Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Lindow, Jr. Dr. Mary E. Lloyd Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Long

Mr. Jason Lovelly Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard MacDermott Roofing Inc. Macomb County Pharmacists Association Makower Abbate Guerra PLLC Ms. Melissa A. Malane Mallory, Lapka, Scott & Selin, PLLC Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Markus Ms. Carolyn M. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Mark G. Martin Ms. Martha Martin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Martin Ms. Cesidia Matassa Ms. Janet H. Mazzara Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McAskin Mr. & Mrs. James McCandless Ms. Margaret F. McCarthy Mr. Joseph H. McDonald Ms. Carrie H. McElroy Mr. & Mrs. Martin McEnroe Ms. Linda McFarland Mr. Timothy P. McGowan Mrs. Natalie R. McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Greg McNulty Mr. & Mrs. Ron Melaragni Dr. Claudia Menton Mr. Joseph R. Mesechoff, Jr. Ms. Catherine Meyer Michigan Health & Hospital Association Michigan Metro Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Miles Ms. Audrey J. Miller Mr. & Mrs. David M. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Miller Tricia Miller, RN, CLNC Mr. George B. Millush, Jr. Ms. Karen Millush The Millush Family Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Paul Modi Ms. Terry L. Moers Ms. Betty Ann Morgan Ms. Cheryl A. Moriarty-Davis Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Mossano Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Muench Mrs. Meghan L. Murphy Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Mike Naber Mrs. Mary M. Neff Mr. & Mrs. E. Owen Newell Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Newell Mr. James K. Newton Ms. Zan Nicolli Mr. Daniel Novak Ms. Marcia Nunn O’Brien Construction Company, Inc. The Offield Family Foundation Omnicare, Inc. Optimal Care, Inc. Ms. Margarita F. Oxholm Mr. & Mrs. Tom Ozark P & C Real Estate Investment Co., LLC

PACE Southeast Michigan Mr. Bunia Parker Mrs. Diana D. Parker Mrs. Florence Pascoe Mr. & Mrs. David K. Patton Ms. Jennifer M. Pauly Ms. Carolyn A. Pavia- Rauchman Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Payne Mr. Wesley R. Pelling Mr. Walter J. Peregon, II Ms. Tam Perry Mr. & Mrs. Chris Petersen Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Peterson Ms. Pauline M. Petterson Ms. Dana L. Phelan Ms. Francesca M. Phillips Ms. Judy L. Piccininni Mr. Jeffrey M. Pike Mrs. Patricia P. Pike Mr. & Mrs. Ken Pilarski Mr. & Mrs. Jim Pilat Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. Pisha Pitchford Kendal PC Mr. Joe Pittinato Plunkett Cooney Mr. & Mrs. Irvin E. Poston Mr. Aaron Price Progressive Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Prokes Mrs. Gail P. Quann Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Rabbideau Mr. & Mrs. W. Paul Rau Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Reese Mr. Bentley Renker Mr. Andy Reynolds Ms. Thelma Richardson Ms. Irene J. Richey Ms. Melissa Riesterer Right Moves for Seniors Mrs. Mary M. Robertson Ms. Gloria E. Robinson Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Constance M. Rodriguez Ms. Elizabeth Rogerson Mr. Dave Root Ms. Antoinette Rosati Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rosati Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Ross Ms. Anne L. Roszczewski Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan Ms. Joyce E. Rupersburg Ms. Mary E. Saffian Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sanders Mr. Andrew G. Schaefer Ms. Morag Schang Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Schlanderer Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid Ms. Christy Schroeder Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Ms. Jannie M. Scott Security Consulting Services, Inc. The Senior Alliance Service Care, Inc. Mrs. Janice B. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Carl Simcox Mr. & Mrs. Barry E. Simescu Ms. Frances L. Simmons Mr. & Mrs. William Sisco

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan | Outlook Ms. Gail Sliwinski Mr. & Mrs. Bruce I. Smith Ms. Debbie Smith Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Smith Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Snider Mr. & Mrs. Richard Snyder Mr. & Mrs. David Sonnenberg Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout Mr. Marshall A. Spinner Ms. Virginia M. Spurr Mr. Ronald Spears & Mrs. Eleanor Squaire-Spears Mrs. Fay I. Squibb Ms. Rae A. Stachnik Mr. Winston L. Stebbins Mrs. Muriel C. Steensma Ms. Jacqueline K. Stefko Ms. Marian C. Stephens Mr. & Mrs. Ken Stilwell Mr. William Stocker Mrs. Gloria S. Stokes Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Stokes Ms. Christine Sullivan Ms. Katrina Summersett Ms. Betty R. Swartz The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving Ms. Margot Taratuta Ms. Beverly Tarien Mr. & Mrs. Michael Taylor Team Financial Group, Inc. Technical Hot & Cold Mr. & Mrs. Jack Tengler Ms. Harriet B. Terlecki Mrs. Avni Thomas Ms. Carmen Thomas Mr. Allan W. Thompson Ms. Jennifer Thompson Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Rev. Dr. Allen D. Timm & Dr. Janna C. Roop Mr. Maynard L. Timm & Mrs. Noreen A. Markley Mr. E. Kern Tomlin Toshiba Business Solutions Mr. Scott Townsley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Trastevere Mr. Bruno Trout Mrs. Leslye Tucker Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Turman Unidine Corporation Union Capital Construction Services University of Maryland College Park University Presbyterian Church Mr. & Mrs. John E. Utley The Village of East Harbor Dining Services The Village of St. Martha’s Vitale & Palleschi Familly Mr. Dean A. Wakeland Mr. John S. Walker Mr. & Mrs. W. James Walker Mr. & Mrs. William W. Walters Ms. Elaine Walton Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Warner Ms. Betty Waun Mrs. Carol A. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Weikal Stacey & Bruce Welford Wellspring Lutheran Services Mr. & Mrs. Robert Welsh Ms. Ann Werner Mr. Tom Wesley Ms. Jo Ann Westrick

Mrs. Vivian J. White White Turf Services Mr. & Mrs. Tony Wilcox Ms. Stefanie Willard Ms. Diane Williams Mr. James Williams Mrs. Michelle Williams Mr. Timothy P. Wintermute & Ms. Kathleen Sutcliffe Womens Organization of Northern Michigan Mrs. Cathy Wood Ms. Ginny Wood-Broderick, L.M.S.W. Woodward Place at Brush Park Community Mr. Thomas F. Wyllie Ms. Jennifer York Mr. & Mrs. David Yudasz Rev. William R. Zambon Mrs. Alice Zeckzer Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Zellers Ms. Karen Ziginow Mr. & Mrs. David R. Zimmer Mr. & Mrs. Frank Zinn

In-Kind Donors Academy Utility Consultants Andrew D. Adair, D.O. Agility Health All-Med Medical Supply Bagger Dave’s Black Lotus Brewing Company Blackfinn Ameripub Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Bomberski Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brideau Ms. Tavia Burgess C & G Electric C.J. Barrymore’s Entertainment Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Carelinc Medical L.T.C. Carmen Gonino Tile Mrs. Cellestine Carter Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Coggins The Damone Group, LLC Detroit Chemical & Paper Supply Company Detroit Red Wings Detroit Tigers, Inc. Mr. Elmer Dixon Dixon Inc. Masonry Construction Ms. Gena Edwards Eric’s I’ve Been Framed Shop Mrs. Devin M. Fritzler Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Gendernalik Mr. Greg Gillham Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gillham Grand Rapids Public Museum Ms. Julie L. Granthen Mr. Doug Haack Ms. Cheryl Hamilton Healthcare Cosmetology Services, Inc. Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters Mr. & Mrs. Verne G. Istock John F Martin Photography Kelley’s Draperies and Blinds Kimi K Salon & Spa Dr. Kevan R. Kreitman Louis Chop House Matrix Theatre Company

Ms. Michelle McCray Meadow Brook Theatre Medstar Ambulance Service Mr. Joseph R. Mesechoff, Jr. Mrs. Arlene F. Michel Northside Landscape Omnicare, Inc. Optimal Care, Inc. Mr. Wesley R. Pelling Pitchford Kendal PC Pro Quality Flooring Mrs. Gloria W. Robinson Rouge Makeup & Nail Studio Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Schroeder Ms. Jannie M. Scott Service Care, Inc. Ms. Frances L. Simmons Mrs. Deborah Sloss Star Chiropractic Ms. Karen M. Sumpter Sycamore Hills Golf Club Mr. Matthew Thaens Mrs. Avni Thomas Mr. Gary Thompson Total Health Systems Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Turman Unidine Corporation United Methodist Retirement Communities The Village of East Harbor The Village of Rosebush Manor Mr. Terrel Wallis The Whitney Mr. & Mrs. Randall Zarza

In Memory of: William & Ada Adams Mr. Mark Lezotte & Ms. Patricia Little Miss Carolyn Albaugh Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Newell Mrs. Josephine B. Altstetter Mr. John D. Altstetter Mrs. Louise Barnes Ms. Gena Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Duane L. Block, M.D. Mrs. Kathleen Block Mrs. Roma W. Bolline Mrs. Karin W. Flint Mr. Winston L. Stebbins Gene & Doug Brown Jamie & Melanie Brown Mrs. Jean Brown Ms. Morag Schang Mr. Lawrence Brown Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Ball Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Belanger Mr. & Mrs. Edward Brown Ms. Diane Browning Mrs. Vicki Collar Ms. Sally A. Cunningham Ms. Judy C. Curtis Mrs. Janet L. Elberling Ms. Carolee Giersdorf Ms. Gail M. Gruen Ms. Rita Ingersoll Ms. Karen A. Klinebriel Ms. Amelia B. McMillan Ms. JoAnn Moers Ms. Terry L. Moers Ms. Cheryl A. Moriarty-Davis

Ms. Carolyn A. Pavia-Rauchman Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Schlanderer Ms. Christine Sullivan Ms. Stefanie Willard Mrs. Joann Brunelle Mr. Ronald J. Brunelle Mr. John Armistead Burwell, Jr. Mrs. Ethel Ogden Burwell Mr. Don Butcher Drs. Robert & Donna King Mr. Thomas N.K. Cameron Ms. Anne L. Roszczewski Ms. Susan Cortis Ms. Jo Ann Westrick Ms. Beatrice R. Cramton Mrs. Lucile R. Latta Ms. Ola Davis Ms. Carol Bailey Ms. Sophia Fisher Mr. Aaron S. Fisher Earl & Peggy Fry Ms. Margot Taratuta Mrs. Patricia Gawryk Ms. Tomasina DiMambro Ms. Kathryn Discenna Mr. & Mrs. Lou Farrugia Mr. Tom Favazza Mr. John Gawryk Mr. & Mrs. Michael Goeddeke Mr. Joseph Kaptur Mr. Francis W. Kronner Macomb County Pharmacists Association Ms. Cesidia Matassa Mr. & Mrs. Ron Melaragni Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Mossano Mr. & Mrs. Tom Ozark Mr. Walter J. Peregon, II Mr. & Mrs. Ken Pilarski Mr. Joe Pittinato Ms. Antoinette Rosati Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rosati Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Smith Mr. William Stocker Mr. & Mrs. Jack Tengler Vitale & Palleschi Familly Ms. Betty Waun Mr. Tom Wesley Mrs. Cathy Wood Mr. Ed Girardot Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Flynn Ms. Onnalee Goldstein Anonymous Mrs. Erma Gompers Mr. James S. Gompers Mrs. Esther Gompers Mr. James S. Gompers Robert & Mary Goodsir Mr. & Mrs. Bruce I. Smith Ms. Alzina M. Hanchett Mr. Ronald B. Hanchett Mrs. Hilda Hushen Mr. John W. Hushen George & Helen Jobbitt Ms. Janet H. Mazzara Mr. Eric Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Johnson Dr. Mark Lindley & Mrs. Sandy Talbott Mr. Joseph Jones Mrs. Patricia E. Greenwood Mrs. Lottie D. Jordan Mrs. Ann P. Hill


Mrs. Hazel M. Keil Mr. & Mrs. Guy E. Runyan Mr. John T. Kerr Mr. & Mrs. Marc Bahm Mrs. Mary Kisandi Mr. Chuck Kisandi Mrs. Janice Kuehn Dr. Vernon Kuehn Mrs. Elizabeth Langrill Mrs. Muriel C. Steensma Mr. Harold G. Lemmer Ms. Margaret F. McCarthy Miss Eula O. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Leonard Holden & Betty LeRoy Mrs. Alice Zeckzer Mrs. Margaret Lowe Ms. Debbie Smith Mrs. Catherine Lundgaard Mrs. Meghan L. Murphy Mr. Frederick J. Manz Mr. & Mrs. Fred Manz Mrs. Nancy Maul Dr. Claudia Menton Mr. Glenn E. McIntyre Mrs. Natalie R. McIntyre Leslie & Elsie Moodie Mrs. Marjorie Hirt Mr. Robert Moran Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moran, Jr. Mr. Ronald W. Neff Ms. Martha Martin Al & Eleanore Palmer Mr. & Mrs. James A. Green Mrs. Velma Parker Mrs. Diana D. Parker Charles & Marietta Plague Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Spiekhout Irene & Seiber Reno Mr. Jon Baker Rev. Milton M. Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Cooper Ms. Bernice M. Riggs Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Bauer Mr. & Mrs. David E. Galaviz Ms. Shirley Goushaw Ms. Catherine Meyer Mr. Jack Rizzo Ms. Pauline M. Petterson Rev. & Mrs. David W. Robertson Mrs. Mary M. Robertson John & Margaret Ross Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Ross Ms. Irene Scheffler Ms. Jacqueline K. Stefko Ms. Grace E. Schmid Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid

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Mrs. Eleanor V. Schroeder Ms. Christy Schroeder Robert & Mabel Smith Mr. & Mrs. Bruce I. Smith Mrs. Margaret Taylor Mrs. Janet M. Oldham Mrs. Dorothy Van Houtte Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Schmid Mrs. Jean B. Warner Mr. & Mrs. Barry E. Simescu Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Warner Lawrence & Helen Warner Mrs. Laura Bott Rev. Stuart & Violet Werner Ms. Ann Werner Mrs. Margaret H. Williams Mr. James Williams Mrs. Mary L. Wint Ms. Ona Greve Ms. Hilde Zajac Ms. Mary E. Saffian

In Honor of: Ms. Julia Aksamit Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Lundgaard Mr. Brian W. Carnaghi Stacey & Bruce Welford Ms. Edith M. Gutowski Mr. & Mrs. James Hothem Mr. Donald C. House Stacey & Bruce Welford Mr. Harvey Huff Mr. & Mrs. Donald Huff Ms. Lois A. Kerr Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Ray H. Kiely Mrs. Ethel Ogden Burwell Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mrs. Faye E. Myers Mr. Roger L. Myers’ 59th Birthday Mrs. Faye E. Myers Ms. Caroline Parker Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bara Mr. & Mrs. David K. Patton Mr. & Mrs. Larry Anderson Mr. Wesley R. Pelling Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Perry Farm Village Residents, Staff & Board Members Mrs. Jill R. Tibbits Mrs. Linda Sisco Rev. & Mrs. William J. Fuerstenau Mrs. Onalee Swindlehurst Mr. & Mrs. Agris Krautmanis Mrs. Valerie Stokes Rick & Melinda Callahan

We make every effort to accurately honor each and every contributor. However, even with today’s advanced technology, it is possible that names have been inadvertently omitted or incorrectly listed. If you notice an error, please accept our apology. We appreciate you letting the PVM Foundation know by calling Debbie Smith at 248.281.2042 or



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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2016 Board of Directors

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2016 Board of 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 L. Payne, Vice Chair for Marketing William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Miller, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS William L. Ball Gary Beaulac James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L Hollowell David A. Imesch Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Henry Johnson Duane Lewis

OFFICERS James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation


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

Bobie Clement Gabe Downey

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


Harbor Springs


Villages* Rosebush

PACE Southeast Michigan**

Bay City

Community Connections*

Fort Gratiot Township




** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System

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


Battle Creek Jackson

Clinton Township Township Warren

Redford Westland

Embrace the possibilities



Audra Frye Debbie Smith

For more information about a Village near you visit or call 248.281.2020

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

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

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations


Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Executive Team

George B. Millush, Jr. Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. Ted Payne W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin

PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan

Lynn Alexander, Vice President of Public Affairs 248.281.2020

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Perry Farm Village, Harbor Springs 231.526.1500 The Village of Hillside, Harbor Springs 231.526.7108 Alpena Village, Alpena 989.356.3396 The Village of Rosebush Manor, Rosebush 989.433.0150 The Village of Hampton Meadows, Bay City 989.892.1912 The Village of Lake Huron Woods, Fort Gratiot Township 810.385.9516 The Village of East Harbor, Chesterfield Township 586.725.6030 The Village of Holly Woodlands, Holly 248.634.0592 The Village of Sage Grove, Kalamazoo 269.567.3300 The Village of Mill Creek, Battle Creek 269.962.0605 The Village of Spring Meadows, Jackson 517.788.6679 The Village of Oakland Woods, Pontiac 248.334.4379 The Village of Peace Manor, Clinton Township 586.790.4500 The Village of Warren Glenn, Warren 586.751.5090 The Village of Redford, Redford 313.531.6874 The Villa at Redford, 313.541.6000 The Cottages at Redford, 313.541.6300 The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor, Westland 734.595.4663

The Village of Westland, Westland 734.728.5222 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

Community-Based Services

PACE Southeast Michigan: Detroit Northwest, 313.543.6320 The Thome Rivertown, 855.445.4554 Warren Alternative Care, 855.445.4554 Community Connections Greater Midtown: Detroit, 313.831.1089 Community Connections of Greater Harbor Springs: Harbor Springs, 231.526.5557

CareSync Solutions 248-773-4550

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