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FAITH&WORK St. Barnabas Health System

The Good Life at St. Barnabas

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FAITH&WORK At the forefront of your encounter with St. Barnabas Health System are friendly caregivers and attentive clinicians. Behindthe-scenes planners are not as obvious, yet their influence permeates throughout beautiful facilities and innovative programs. Hospitality architects, let’s call them, created Pennsylvania’s largest health care concern and bring a new energy into another western Pennsylvania community. Designs to improve the lives of Beaver County aged and aging citizens are well underway.

Fall 2018

An unrivaled St. Barnabas experience attracts thousands of Western Pennsylvanians to St. Barnabas’ beautiful neighborhoods and recreational venues. Residents not only enjoy free golf, theatre performances, transportation, restaurant dining and aqua exercise, they depend upon a large health system to meet their needs as they “age in place.” Likewise, Beaver Countians will experience this retirement resort concept, offered on three Brighton Township locations.

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Centered around Healthcare

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Flagship facility Beaver became of the Health MD 6 Late-life Vitality byMeadows Joseph C.partMaroon, System in 2015. St. Barnabas added home health, respite care

Among St. Barnabas’ designs for Beaver County are the repurpose and remodeling Tusca Plaza and the former Michael Baker campus, now The Woodlands at St. Barnabas II. Both offer tremendous potential for a community of care featuring carriage and apartment homes, shops and recreational facilities.

Continuing Charity Care

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Hospitality meets health care and charity in a unique St. Barnabas master plan catering to the aged, the ill and the underprivileged. Tusca Plaza continues St. Barnabas’ mission and completes the blueprint. In the early 1900s, Pittsburgh downtowners and a kind grocer supplied food to the povertystricken St. Barnabas Nursing Home. This founding principle— to provide for those in need—steadfastly continues at St. Barnabas, now Pennsylvania’s largest healthcare concern of its kind. Likewise, Tusca Plaza and its retail operations already generate proceeds for the St. Barnabas Free Care Fund. Residents of Beaver Meadows and throughout the Health System receive more than $7 million in charity care every year.

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DONATED GROCERIES ST. BARNAB TO AS PATIENT S 1903

St. Barnabas Health System Board of Trustees John J. Curran, Chair Thomas M. Schmidt, Vice Chair William V. Day, Secretary Richard J. Andrus Walter DeForest Daniel S. Henderson Joseph C. Scaletta Sr.

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St. Barnabas Health System Officers William V. Day, EdD, President Douglas W. Day, Senior Vice President Karen Tabacchi, Senior Vice President James D. Turco, Senior Vice President Valerie Day Wilden, Assistant Vice President Margaret Horton, Assistant Vice President Faith & Work is published quarterly by St. Barnabas Health System Valerie Day Wilden, Editor Nancy Brem, Production Manager Donna Herrle, Designer Rick Armstrong, Photographer Reed & Witting, Printer The Official Registration and Financial information of St. Barnabas Charities may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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Footprints

A Message from William V. Day

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n the Gulf shore, my grandchildren ran ahead, the oldest boy leaving marks in the sand. His footprints seemed large compared with his tiny silhouette in the distance. My daughter recalls that symbolic moment ­— the realization her son’s steps away from her would make impressions upon people and places yet unknown. “What will he become? Have we prepared him?” were among her bittersweet thoughts. Her story makes me think of the poem about footprints. A man looked at his steps over the course of his life to see that Jesus’ footprints were next to his, except for the most challenging times. He asked The Lord why. Jesus whispered, “My precious child, I love you and would never leave you. During your times of trial and suffering, when you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.” St. Barnabas steps farther into Beaver County and we hope, pray and plan to leave a blessed footprint there. Like my grandson, our new facilities and benefits for Beaver Countians spring forward from a long tradition of love, service and discipline. Future communities extend the St. Barnabas family as the Arbors at Beaver Meadows already has. And like the man carried by Jesus, we trust God will walk with us and carry our mission over obstacles. I truly believe God’s hand is upon St. Barnabas and pray He continues to guide our footsteps.

I believe the purpose of life is to be happy, to be useful, to be responsible, to be honorable, to be compassionate. It is, above all, to matter. To count. To stand for something. To have made some difference that you lived at all. Remember that God is with you. Follow your passion and your purpose. Trust Jesus to carry you when the course is rugged. We live this life only once. Make it count. God bless, WVD President@StBarnabasHealthSystem.com FAITH & WORK

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At the forefront of your encounter with St. Barnabas Health System are friendly caregivers and attentive clinicians. Behindthe-scenes planners are not as obvious, yet their influence permeates throughout beautiful facilities and innovative programs. Hospitality architects, let’s call them, created Pennsylvania’s largest health care concern of its kind and bring a new energy into another western Pennsylvania community. Designs to improve the lives of Beaver County aged and aging citizens are well underway.

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An unrivaled St. Barnabas experience attracts thousands of Western Pennsylvanians to St. Barnabas’ beautiful neighborhoods and recreational venues. Residents not only enjoy free golf, theatre performances, transportation, restaurant dining and aqua exercise, they depend upon a large health system to meet their needs as they “age in place.” Likewise, Beaver Countians will experience this retirement resort concept, offered on three Brighton Township locations.

Centered around Healthcare

Flagship facility Beaver Meadows became part of the Health System in 2015. St. Barnabas added home health, respite care and hospice to its living assistance, the beginning of an influx of hometown health care planned for Beaver County. Out of Beaver Meadows, future medical centers and residential neighborhoods will grow, just as they did from sister clinical facilities in Allegheny and Butler counties inhabited by Baby-Boomers and beyond.


Creating a Neighborhood

Among St. Barnabas’ designs for Beaver County are the repurpose and remodeling of Tusca Shopping Plaza and the former headquarters of Michael Baker International, now The Woodlands at St. Barnabas. Both offer tremendous potential for a community of care featuring carriage and apartment homes, shops and recreational facilities.

Continuing Charity Care

Hospitality meets health care and charity in a unique St. Barnabas master plan catering to the aged, the ill and the underprivileged. Tusca Shopping Plaza continues St. Barnabas’ mission and completes the blueprint. In the early 1900s, Pittsburgh downtowners and a kind grocer supplied food to the poverty-stricken at St. Barnabas Free Home. Since 1900, this founding principle—to provide for those in need—steadfastly continues at St. Barnabas. Likewise, Tusca Shopping Plaza and its retail operations already generate proceeds for the St. Barnabas Free Care Fund. Residents of Beaver Meadows and throughout the Health System receive more than $7 million of charity care every year.

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Jump Start Your Late-life Vitality Do the RIGHT thing at the RIGHT time. Improve your longevity no matter how old you are! • Embrace religion and a set of guiding principles to reduce stress and mitigate many of the chronic diseases associated with aging. Meditate, pray, practice yoga. • Exercise regularly to prevent diabetes, heart disease and cognitive decline. Physical activity is the most effective antidepressant. Neurosurgeon of the Pittsburgh Steelers, triathlete and healthy living expert Dr. Joseph Maroon incorporates the eagle-wingsaging theory into St. Barnabas Health System’s “Think Better” brain health program.

• Choose a healthy diet containing fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish, moderate alcohol consumption and minimal red meat. Boost your intake of Omega-3. • Avoid the “toos”: too much alcohol, too little sleep, too much sugar, too little exercise, too much time alone. • Search within yourself for renewal and creativity. Reap the benefits of your lifestyle choices. Find renewal of strength as prophesized by Isaiah: “They shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary.” (40:31)

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Trails and walkways are well traveled Sue Hilliard, Bairdford, PA hole-in-one Suncrest Golf & Grille #17

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James C. Roddey @The Roddey Report Businessman. Political Pundit. Patriotic American. Allegheny County’s First Executive. Humanitarian. US Veteran. St. Barnabas Health System Advisor. Woodlands at St. Barnabas Resident.

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Living next to Julie Andrews? My Mary Poppins of a neighbor, Carol Buttingnol, almost flew away! A gust of wind lifted her, umbrella and all, off the ground. Like magic, the wind brought it right back down to her. #CHIMCHIMCHUREE

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St. Barnabas on TV. Talks with Pittsburgh Film Office paid off! (pun intended) The CBS show One Dollar filmed scenes in Episodes 4, 5 and 7 at The Village at St. Barnabas. Beautiful Aleksa Palladino was here! Catch the mystery thriller drama web TV series on the CBS All Access app. James C. Roddey@The Roddey Report

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Think Christmas! Bring a gift and a smile to the faces of the men and women spending the holidays at St. Barnabas nursing and living assistance facilities. 724-443-0011 presentsforpatients.com

James C. Roddey@The Roddey Report

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Glad I’m here! Over 63 years of marriage, Elin and I have moved so many times I’ve lost count. Elin claims 28. At The Woodlands at St. Barnabas we appreciate the activities, beautiful surroundings, medical center, transportation and security. @StBarnabasCommunities


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hat are the warning signs? Forgetfulness – Trouble keeping track of time. Losing one’s way in familiar settings. Confusion – Difficulty recalling names and faces, repetitious questioning, poor decision-making, even inadequate hygiene. Behavioral and Emotional Changes – Inability to care for oneself and unfamiliarity with people and places. Depression and/or aggression.

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hat is the time frame? Symptoms usually appear at age 60. From the time of diagnosis, Alzheimer’s can stretch across decades for a younger person and can lead to passing in as little as three years in people 80+ years old.

Men and women with dementia and their families turn to St. Barnabas Memory Care Centers for care, support and information.

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here do I turn? An initial evaluation by a general practitioner or a specialist such as a neurologist may test attention, memory, blood levels, mental health, language and vision. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be called for in severe cases. The Alzheimer’s Association and memory care experts like St. Barnabas Health System offer guidance and support.

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Your donation supports the Free Care Fund. • St. Barnabas Charities.com “Lights of Life” • Send in the Faith & Work yellow envelope • Email ssommarvilla@stbarnabashealthsystem.com • Call 724-625-3770

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D edicating your St. Barnabas Donation

Tribute gifts celebrate the lives of loved ones and make a difference in the lives of impoverished patients served by St. Barnabas Free Care Fund. Honorary funds recognize living persons and memorial funds pay tribute to those who have passed away. Both are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law and acknowledged with personal letters to friends, family and honorees. May 5, 2018 – August 30, 2018

Donating In Honor

Personalized gifts honor special people, especially those who positively impact the lives of others. Contributions celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, milestones and accomplishments. Elizabeth and Gary Fincke’s 50th Anniversary Judith and Jonathon Erlen

Donating In Memory

Donations to St. Barnabas Free Care Fund establish a legacy of giving and inspire hope for others dealing with loss. Gifts are made in lieu of flowers at funerals and memorial services and as living tributes throughout the years to follow. Evelyn Block Peg Koepfinger

Dorothy Krause Glenn H. Krause

Mac Purvis James C. Roddey

Raymond and David Uhlig Gloria Uhlig

Donna Marie Salovay

Dr. Charles Krauthammer Jackie Jacobson

Raymond Sands The Henzler Family

Leo Urbanowicz Elva and Robert Matous

Josephine Mager Maria Mager

Mary Schofield Lucille Schofield

Frances A. Verbanic Mike and Joan Bush

James Emmitt McBride Bayer USA LLC

Ruth and Paul Smail Diane Robertson

Bill Fraser

Maureen Bufton

Larry Streff Barbara Noah

Robert Hodder

Auro Testa Edward and Andrea Wieszczynski

Deborah Wagner

Service Coordination Unlimited Inc. Paul Bryne Marie Freed Rita Foster Nancy Brem Alice Hutchinson Michael A. Hutchinson

Neil L. Capone

Rose and Joe Jacobowski Jim and Bobbi Friedrich

Amy Deschamps

Annie Kallams Anonymous

Bill McBride

Robert and Kathy Feehan Kim and Bill Needy The Petrancosta Families

Craig Clawson Fred W. Geldmaker III Jim McBride Sol McBride Kelley Owen

Pete Salvano Elizabeth and Gloria Yannuzzi James Yannuzzi

We Remember

Chris and Melanie Radi Michael and Amy Shaughnessy

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Chet and Cheryl Heil

The Timken Corporation

TREE OF LIFE VICTIMS St. Barnabas Joins the Call for Peace.


Donors

January 1, 2018 — August 30, 2018

From the coins tossed to its founder in the early 1900s to today’s online giving, support to St. Barnabas Free Care Fund continues in many forms, all vital to impoverished patients who seek medicine, wellness and rehabilitation. Your donations and sponsorships boost St. Barnabas’ ability to remain the refuge for many turned away by other facilities. God bless you! Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149 Covestro LLC

PCA‑Mission Pharmacy

Fayette Parts Service Inc. (NAPA)

DeForest Koscelnik Yokitis

Presque Isle Downs Inc.

Federal Home Loan Bank

& Berardinelli

Purvis Brothers Inc.

Diamond Pharmacy Inc.

of Pittsburgh Employee Hoppy Award & Ten, Twenty and Twenty-Five Year Clubs SPONSORS

Dollar Bank Express Scripts Inc. Fort Pitt Capital Group

Gouverneur P. Hance League Geyer Construction

& Development Company

Anonymous

Leech Tishman Fuscaldo

Armstrong

The Pittsburgh Foundation

Fiducia Group LLC

Margaret McCartan

TRIB Total Media LLC

First National Bank

MMC Land Management

TriState Capital Bank –

Frank B. Fuhrer Wholesale Co.

& Lampl LLC

Arnett Carbis Toothman LLP C.U.E. Inc. CHS Alera Group

Nationwide Life Insurance

Civil & Environmental

Company

Consultants Inc.

NET Xperts LLC

CooksonPeirce Wealth

Pittsburgh

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Giobbi

WPXI‑TV

James Harbison

Paracca Interiors Flooring

Management

Intalere

America

J V Electronics Jackie Jacobson

St. Barnabas Charities Golf Open June 2018 SPONSORS

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaminsky Kosakowski Wallcovering James Lauteri

President's Club ABC Glass & Mirror LLC AMCOM Office Systems AVI Food Systems Wade Baker Balfurd Linen Service Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bendel Dr. and Mrs. Larry Campoli Antoine Chammas Clearview Federal Credit Union Consolidated Communications Costa Painting LLC

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UPMC Health Plan

Mr. and Mrs. William V. Day Eber & Associates Elk Air Conditioning & Heating

Michael Lazzara Vaughn Martin McCarl’s Services Inc. McKesson Medical Surgical Medline Industries Inc. Northern Connection Magazine Paper Products Co. Inc. Parks Moving & Storage Inc. Pittsburgh Technology Council Premium Brokerage Service R.I.C.G.C. Reed & Witting Co. Reinhart Foodservice RiversEdge Advanced Retirement Solutions LLC Mr. and Mrs. James C. Roddey Rudolph Auto Repair

Drs. Jonathon and Judith Erlen

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Donors

Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rossman

Donald L. Balla Jr.

Marc Sachs

Jon Barr

Annmarie Sandor

Beautiful Buys Thrift Shoppe

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Santory

Beaver Meadows

Kristina Scott

Paul E. Block

Smullin Asphalt and Concrete

Angela L. Borgo

Sound Ideas Media LLC

Judith Boyle

Mr. and Mrs. Kim Tabacchi

Jane Brandenstein

Tom Henry Chevrolet

Vince Burens

Jim Bartoszewicz

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Turco

Barbara Burford

Paul Benedum

UPMC Center for Rehab Services

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bush

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin

Up‑N‑Running

Marjorie Cain

Vitti & Vitti Associates P.C.

Caldwell’s Windoware Inc.

Nick Blicha

Weaver Master Builders Inc.

Richard Casale

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President's Club (cont’d) Sarver Landscape Maintenance Co. Schellhaas Funeral Home & Cremation Services Ltd. Schindler Elevator Corp.

Blackstone Jr. James Blurton

Paul Welty

David Cherry

Shorebridge Wealth Management

Mr. and Mrs. H. Gary Bogart

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wilden

Club Julian 24 Hour Fitness

Simpson & McCrady

Jeff Bost

Belinda D. Wilker

Debra Cochran

Sittig Cortese LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brem

Jim Wojciak

Coraopolis Light Metal Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. David Smith

Comcast Spotlight

Robert Crnjarich

Mark Sullivan

Terri Coppler

Crop Production Services

Tires for Less

Creese Smith & Co. LLC

David Cyphers

Dr. Jack Tomayko

Dave Sutter Auto Body

Jeffrey Dandridge

Tucker Arensberg P.C.

David W. Tyree P.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. DeForest

Turner Dairy Farms Inc.

Stephanie Deible

Attorneys at Law

Vision Benefits of America

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Day

Wal‑Mart Giving

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dennis

Willard M. Lewis Co.

Melanie Fuellgraf

Diamond at Lowe’s

Founder's Club

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dille

Michael Garczynski

Anonymous

Mike Donohue

Glass Box Group LLC

The Arbors at St. Barnabas

Eber & Associates Inc.

Alan Groover Michael Hancox Harry Hilewitz

Mr. and Mrs. Jay DiNucci

Valencia Woods Campus

Efficient Energy Solutions

Founder’s Day 2018 SPONSORS

Margaret Horton Richard Lewis

Supporter's Club

Vince Locher

Adler & Sons Tree Service Inc.

Dr. and Mrs. Santosh Pandit

Mr. and Mrs. John Anania

Pittsburgh Marriott North

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrus

Provident Agency Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Armour

Robert F. Ranallo Jr.

Greg Barchetti

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ribarevski

Ryan Barnett

RJW Media

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks M. Bartlett

Diane S. Robertson

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Norton


Donors

Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149

Benefits

St. Barnabas Charities Fall Classic September 2018 SPONSORS

Presents for Patients®

O’Brien, Rulis & Bochicchio LLC

Joseph Stromei

Owen & Conley LLC

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John R. Owen III

Martha Taylor

Susan L. Owens

The Arbors at St. Barnabas

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pasko

Gibsonia Campus

Dalila Patker

The Arbors III at St. Barnabas

Daryl Patten

The Benevity Community

Craig Patterson

Impact Fund

Paytime Inc.

The Dental Group at St. Barnabas

Joan Peterson

The Hite Company

Jeffrey J. Petrell

The Hodges Rash Company Inc.

TriState Capital Bank –

The Village at St. Barnabas

Pittsburgh Colleen Pietrusinski

The Washington Place

PINNACLE Financial Strategies

The Woodlands

Planet Mart

Debbie Thompson

Marcie Popek

Jakesha Thompson

Tim Powers

Victoria Tzenkoulovska

PPG Industries Foundation

Gloria Uhlig

Print King

Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas

Ron Eggert

Charley Kennedy

R. L. Swearer Co. Inc.

Vogel Disposal Service

Heather Fennell

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kessler

David Ritenour

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Vogeley

Mr. and Mrs. William Franz

Donald T. Kopelic

Jacqueline Rizzo

Joe Williams

George A. Pegher Inc.

Kathy Kosty

Ronco Communications

Michael Zamagias

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geyer

Kramer Fiduciary Services

Robert Rossi

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Giles

Nancy Kuhns

Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Rudolph

Gary Goerk Sr.

Ryan Lamberger

Helen Sarver

Keith Goldner

Gregory Larkin

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sauers

Mike Green

Leonard Crawford Heating

Matt Schellhaas

H. P. Starr Lumber Co. LLC

& Air Conditioning

Scherer Lock & Supply

Jeffrey K. Haus

Maria Mager

Katherine Schneider

Daniel S. Henderson

Margaret Martin

Jean Sforza

HM Design – Helen Demchak

Master Machine &

Sherwin Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hobaugh

Manufacturing Inc.

Century Club

Jeremy Small

John Hoffman

Glenn McEvoy

Winfield S. Smathers

Odizie Ajike

Pamela Horne

Janice L. McKinney

Michele R. Snyder

Anonymous

J & J Fire Protection

Vicky L. McKinney

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sommariva

A to Z Promotions

Chris Messick

Southwest Subway Inc.

Elizabeth Barry

J. C. Ehrlich Co. Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Metzger

Barbara Spithaler

Bayer USA Foundation

Lori James

Minuteman Press – Allison Park

St. Barnabas Medical Center

Anne M. Blake

Shelly Jenkins

Barbara Moeller

St. Barnabas Nursing Home

Glenn Bohn

Janet Johnson‑Cunningham

Owen Mulvaney

Joelle Steiner

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bramson

Etiffany Jones

Anne W. Nelson

Diane Stevens

Nancy J. Broadhurst Lupton

Mr. and Mrs. John Keller

Nuttall Golf Cars Inc.

Dr. Jason Strcula and

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC

Kellie Kelly

Rosanne Nwranski

Company Inc.

Dr. Juliette Murcko

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Donors

Gouverneur P. Hance League: $5,000+ • President’s Club: $1,000 - $4,999 • Supporter’s Club: $450 - $999 • Founder’s Club: $150 - $449 • Century Club: $100 - $149 Akilah Buggs

Mr. and Mrs. McBride

Genelle Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagner

Carol Buttignol

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.

Suncrest Golf Course

Jeannette L. Weleski

Gary Tabas

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wolf

The Timken Corporation

James Yannuzzi

Cornelius Veenis

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Yokim

Brendan Cannon

McCartney

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FUND Dr. Coleen Carignan and Dr. Michael Farrell Community Management Group Inc.

Rita McClaine Jane Mobley Roger Moline Rebecca Murphy

Conley Resort & Golf Club

Michele Mushinsky

Janet Crayton

Mr. and Mrs. William Needy

Joseph Decker

Marla Nestel

Michael Donahue

Kelley Owen

John C. Downey

Mr. John Petrancosta

John Drugmand

Sarah Phillips

E.H. Griffith Inc.

Gary A. Piehler

Fred Geldmaker III

Marion Piotrowski

Steven R. Glenn

Mark Quigley

Dr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Greenspan

Chris Radi

Tanika Hassan

Maricris Regino

Pearl Hazen

Marjorie Rogers

David Hill

Stephanie Rubino‑Stotts

Robert Hodder

Joan Sakai

Kimberly R. Horton

Pete Salvano

Nancy A. Huckestein

Lucille Schofield

Michael A. Hutchinson

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seamens

Clairice Imhof

Jeff and Sara Sears

Marie Johnson

Albert Smith

Reginald Jones Kimberly Kisner Kop‑Coat Inc. Karen Kornish Jennifer Kranik Glenn H. Krause Kellie Loeding Richard Mayer

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Paula Lesney Margaret Martin Christopher P. McClure Vicky L. McKinney Susan L. Owens Rebecca Papurello Mr. and Mrs. James C. Roddey Kathy Sauers Shelli L. Sommariva Barbara E. Spithaler Karen Tabacchi Martha Taylor James D. Turco Linda VanDyke Jackie Weigand Alyssa Wilden and Kyle Encinas Dayne Wilden Scott Wilden Valerie and Greg Wilden

Nancy and Ralph Brem Craig Clawson Robert Cooper Janet Crayton Elizabeth, Douglas and Roman Day Loraine C. Day Amy Deschamps Kathy Digiacomo Mr. and Mrs. William Franz Kathryn V. Hartman Connie Hassler Kurt Henzler Destiny Holt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood Margaret Horton Leslie Jacob Established in 2018, the God Bless Fund Joyce Kirkbride commemorates William V. Day and his Heather Kisow 50th year presiding over St. Barnabas Margot E. Kreutzer Health System. Reflecting his signature “God bless, WVD” in this publication and Nancy Kuhns in his correspondence, the fund is a legacy of charity for generations to come.

We Remember

Dr. Charles Krauthammer Founder’s Day 2015 Hance Award Recipient March 13, 1950 – June 21, 2018

Dr. Krauthammer captured the imagination and hearts of more than 500 men and women observing St. Barnabas’ 2015 Founder’s Day.


Experience Apart From the Ordinary —VIRTUAL REALITY

It’s a beautiful day in Paris, France—and the sights our residents are experiencing are breathtaking. The St. Barnabas Memory Care Team is collaborating with renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Joseph Maroon and MyndVR to introduce virtual reality as an aid in the care and comfort of residents living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia. Using special equipment, residents experience a walk along the beach, a live concert or a trip to Paris. For our residents, this exciting advancement sets us apart from the ordinary. It would be our privilege to provide exceptional services to you and your loved ones. Contact us at 724-443-0700 or visit StBarnabasHealthSystem.com to learn more.


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The St. Barnabas Charities’ mission is to help to provide new resources to St. Barnabas Nursing Home, Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas, The Arbors at St. Barnabas and St. Barnabas Communities. The Charities exists to enable St. Barnabas to better respond to the health needs of the western Pennsylvania community. The Charities’ resources help provide the finest personnel and latest technology to the community to promote a better quality of life. The Charities is accountable to those who support its activities and reports regularly to these constituencies. Through the efforts of the Charities, St. Barnabas is able to realize its full potential to serve society.

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Are You a Helicopter Child?

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Independence breeds independence. Trust Mom and Dad’s ability to establish a new lifestyle complete with their own flair, initiative, capabilities and occasions to eat dessert first.

Remember: Laughter is the best medicine! Resident-life experts share experience, adjustments and adventures at St. Barnabas Communities. Kathleen Brenneman and Cynthia Boyd, directors of resident relations and admissions.


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Faith & Work Magazine - Fall 2018  

Faith & Work Magazine - Fall 2018