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Newsletter - Maple Knoll Communities
The Retirement Resource
Joint Venture Allows Maple Knoll Communities
to Offer Additional Services
Officials of Maple Knoll Communities and Cedar Village recently announced the formation of a
joint venture, Village Home Health and Hospice, combining each organization's home health and
hospice services to create a new, fully integrated provider of post-acute care services in
Southwestern Ohio. Both non-profit continuing care retirement communities have a long history
of serving older adults dating back to 1848 for Maple Knoll Communities and 1883 for Cedar
Village.
As of July 1st, Village Home Health and Hospice have brought two organizations together to
further their missions. Executive staff from each organization came together to determine how a
joint venture could strengthen health care services in our community. Village Home Health and
Hospice will blend together Maple Knoll and Cedar Village’s home health and hospice staff and
services. The home health and hospice care will be offered at Maple Knoll Village, The Knolls of
Oxford, Cedar Village and to individuals living in the Southwestern Ohio community.
Village Home Health and Hospice will provide a complete spectrum of home health and hospice
services which will also include nursing services in the home, grief counseling, chaplain services,
medication instruction, pain management, wound treatment, caregiver education, physical
therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and social worker services. Staff members will be
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The venture will allow dedicated and talented staff to provide skilled home health services
enabling individuals to recuperate safely in the surroundings where they feel most comfortable
….their own home. Maple Knoll Communities previously offered home health services, and last
year alone, they served nearly 500 clients accounting for 16,813 home health visits.
Cedar Village provided hospice care services to over 70 individuals last year.
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Fall 2016
SPECIAL POINTS
OF INTEREST:

Village Home
Health & Hospice

Patient Centered
Rounding

University of
Cincinnati
Affiliation Update

Kensington
Construction

Deficiency Free
State Survey

MKV Activities

Club MKV

Marketing team
These services, which
were previously limited to
their campus and close
surrounding areas, will
now be able to reach a
larger number of older
surrounding areas, will
now be able to reach a
larger number of older
adults under the joint
venture. The hospice care is specially designed to comfort
patients and family members when patients have reached a
point in their lives where the priority of care turns to ensuring the
patient is at ease and comfortable, rather than curing the illness.
Under the direction of a physician, Village Home Health and
Hospice’s interdisciplinary team of clinicians will offer a special
kind of caring that encompasses the medical, social, emotional
and spiritual aspects of treatment.
Medicare, Medicaid, managed plans and most commercial
insurances cover skilled home care and hospice care.
"This partnership allows us to provide a higher level of support
with specialized programs for the older adults we serve," says Jim
Formal, President and CEO of Maple Knoll Communities. "Not only
will our current programs be strengthened, but it will add new
services which will help us provide an improved and higher level
of care in the community."
Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. will continue to provide services
and programs to over 34,500 individuals through their retirement
communities, Maple Knoll Village and The Knolls of Oxford, three
affordable HUD Senior Living Residences, WMKV 89.3 & 89.9 FM
Radio Station, a Montessori Child Center, the Hemsworth
Wellness Center and Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors.
For questions please contact Village Home Health and Hospice at
513.782.2423.
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Maple Knoll Village Skilled Nursing Pavilion Implements
Specialized Patient-Centered
Bodmann Skilled Nursing Pavilion works hard to
provide the comfort and care individuals can
depend on for themselves or for a loved one.
In order to give residents and family members
the peace of mind they deserve, Maple Knoll
has implemented specialized patient-centered
bedside rounds with their care team.
MKV staff members were made aware of The Christ Hospital’s Acute Care for the Elderly
(ACE) unit’s efforts to enhance care for vulnerable elders in the hospital under the
leadership of medical director Dr. Jeff Schlaudecker. The ACE unit had a mission to provide
interprofessional care with shared physician and nursing leadership for a unit focusing on
hospitalized older adults with a focus on patient- and family-centered bedside, nurse
driven, interprofessional rounds.
The MKV leadership team was impressed with the multiple initiatives seen, including the
ACE unit’s focus on: Fall prevention, nurse-patient communication, bedside shift report,
prevention of iatrogenic and nosocomial complications, functional status preservation, and
early discharge planning. The MKV leadership team began a dialog about the transferability
of ACE ‘lessons learned’ to the patients at MKV.
The leadership team of MKV formed a task force to develop a plan to begin bedside rounds
on their patients, and they reached out to the ACE team for assistance. The ACE team was
led by the Medical Director and Nurse Practitioner of the unit, and joined by the nursing
unit manager, assistant nurse manager, 2 RNs, 2 PCAs, as well as an occupational therapist.
The MKV team now includes the Director of Nursing (DON), the Director of Rehab Services,
the nursing unit director, and the Vice President of clinical services.
After training and discussions the person centered rounds were implemented into Maple
Knoll’s Skilled Nursing Care Plan. Rounds include a thorough review of the patient’s care,
progress and treatment plan. During this time staff members are able to address any
concerns with each member of the care team.
These specialized bedside rounds will occur once a week or more frequently as needed.
Family members are encouraged to join and be present in the review of care and
treatment. A member of the team will explain the rounding process, including the personal
role in which the patient and family member will take part.
This level of proactive nursing care has already begun to improve communication, nursing
staff satisfaction and self-efficacy, and resident satisfaction. Long term goals that are
expected from the rounds include lower hospital readmission rates, shortened length of
stays and decreased falls. For more information please call 513.782.2423.
University of Cincinnati and Maple Knoll Village
Affiliation Update
For 30 years, The University of Cincinnati has been a part
of the Maple Knoll family and the two have shared
a mission of caring. In April 2015, we were able to
officially join forces and finalize a formal affiliation that
will continue to bring both organizations to the forefront
in telehealth and health care technology. In 2012, a
partnership between University of Cincinnati's College of
Nursing and Maple Knoll Village led to the creation of an
Innovation Collaboratory Smart House, on the campus of
Maple Knoll Village. Since the conception, the interprofessional growth has been on the
fast track with the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), the College of
Medicine, and the College of Allied Health.
The Smart House and the various projects continue to bridge care delivery throughout the
Maple Knoll Campus and now into Maple Knoll's Senior HUD housing complexes.
University of Cincinnati students and faculty have been working with Maple Knoll staff
and residents to move forward on a variety of projects and programs at the Maple Knoll
campus. Currently students are on Maple Knoll campuses five days per week. Recent
student projects occurring within the collaboration include:
Telehealth Robot Testing in Various Settings, Smart House Creation, Smart Wheelchair
Project, Hydraulic Medication Cart, Clavinova Connections, Resident Wood Shop
Relocation ,Appliance Sensor Suite, Older Adult Fall Prevention, Home Health Staff
Safety, Lift Harness System, Audiology Services Screening, Community Health Students
Resident Education, Sensor Tracking in a Resident Apartment, Telehealth in Skilled
Nursing, Telehealth Community Holistic Assistance Team Creation, Future Workforce
Training, Community Health Student Days and a Move-a-thon program for employees.
This unique partnership between a university and retirement community is a
foreshadowing of what the future brings as we are experiencing a growing population of
older adults that need care. With every month more than a quarter million Americans
turn 65. Ohio ranks 6th in the nation in the sheer size of this age population and Ohio's 85
and over population will triple in the next 30 years to reach 650,000. What we like to call
the "Silver Tsunami" is fast approaching and the need for effective solutions that maintain
the independence of older adults is on the rise.
The affiliation will allow UC to develop and test technology
aimed at creating environments that can improve physical and
mental status through self-care and independence. This collaboration
benefits both the residents and the students through intergenerational
sharing of history, technology, and care-coping skills. Maple Knoll will also
serve as an incubator for students' innovations and inventions to be tested and
evaluated before launching them in real life settings. Residents are not only getting
firsthand knowledge of changes in healthcare but they are receiving access to care in a
way they never dreamed possible.
For questions please call 513.782.2423 or reach us at [email protected]
Construction on the Courtyard at Kensington Place is nearing construction.
New residents began moving into the first building, N, in August with building M
occupants expecting completion in mid September. To learn more about the
Kensington Place neighborhood please call 513.782.2717.
Maple Knoll Village Skilled Nursing
Completes a Deficiency Free State Survey
One of the highest confirmations of quality service is
for a healthcare facility to receive a Deficiency Free
Survey from the State Department of Public Health.
Maple Knoll Village is pleased to have been found
deficiency-free on its 2016 annual State Survey in
Skilled Nursing.
According to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Services annual Nursing Home Data Compendium
there are less than 10% of Skilled Nursing Facilities
that achieve Deficiency Free State Survey in the United States. The survey evaluates the
overall quality of life and quality of care of the facility to ensure it is operating by the
Department of Health’s standards.
Bodmann Pavilion, the Skilled Nursing Facility at Maple Knoll Village, consists of 145 beds
offering both semi private and private rooms. Maple Knoll’s team of professionals develops
an individual care plan based on various need levels. Services include long and short-term
levels of care, skilled rehabilitation, a dementia/memory support unit, physical, occupational
and speech therapy, a Hospice care wing and an on-site Physician clinic.
Shelley Acus, Director of Nursing for Maple Knoll Village, shared “We have an exceptional
team of caregivers at Maple Knoll, the results of our survey are a testament to that. In fact,
the survey team congratulated us on the confidence and compassion of our staff. Because of
this dedicated group we are able to provide exceptional care for older adults in our
community.”
For more information on Maple Knoll Village or The State Survey please call 513.782.2423.
Spotlight on:
Maple Knoll Village Activities Department
Activities are a daily part of resident life at Maple Knoll Village.
Independent Living residents have three Activity Directors dedicated to
enriching the entertainment and education of residents. These independent Living
residents have access to an average of 35 activities per week, both on campus and off.
A variety of activities are planned to accommodate residents needs.
These include:
Ongoing Activities: 4 Wine and Words per week, Bridge Club, Dominos, Sing Along, Pokeno,
Dulcimer Group, Weaving, Metallic Club, Koffee Klatch, Dinner Club, Mixed Card Games,
Musical Programs, Computer Club, International Dinner, Quilt Tying, Writing Group, Chair
Volleyball, Wii Bowling, Golf, Lecture Series, Book Talk, Great Parks Naturalist program,
Ice Cream Socials, Fishing, Movies, Volunteer Opportunities, Bus Rides, Wood Working,
Ceramics, Intergenerational Activities with The Maple Knoll Montessori Child Center,
Clavinova and Dulcimer Classes, Travelogues, Coloring for Fun, Exercise Classes and more.
Recent Special Events: Southern Gateway Chorus Performances, Bridge Party, Summer
Dance Party, Eye Screenings, Pizza Party, Sunday Supper, Derby Day Party, Cinco De Mayo
Party, CarFit with AAA, Child Center Cookie Decorating, Pajama Party, Massage Therapy,
Pancake Supper, Flower Workshops and Flower Show, iPad Workshop, Art for Everyone
program, Wellness Education Lectures and Health Screenings, Meet and Great with
University of Cincinnati Robots, Community Outreach Programs and more.
Recent Trips: Southern Gateway Performance at McAuley High School, Reds Games, Dayton
Dragons Game, Local Winery's, Newport Aquarium, Local Parks, Dinner and Lunch Trips
weekly, overnight trips for one-three days, Regional Theatres such as The Aronoff, Cincinnati
Museum Center, Taft Museum, Opera, Cincinnati Ballet, St. Mary’s Cathedral, NKU Theatre,
Xavier Theatre, Casino, Xavier Swing, CCM Plays and Musicals, Covedale Theatre, local golf
courses, GE and more.
Regularly Scheduled Bus Trips: Residents go on a minimum of three outings per week,
on average the bus visits local shopping malls
and specialty stores, Graeters, Kroger’s,
Delhi Garden Center, Walgreens and more.
Marketing Department
11100 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Maple Knoll Village
Marketing Department
Did you know that prior to moving in to Maple Knoll Village you can
be a part of an elite group known as Club MKV? The group consists
of individuals who have completed an application and are on the
wait to list to move into Maple Knoll Village at some point in the
future.
These individuals are invited to unique events throughout the year,
have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with Maple Knoll,
meet with current Maple Knoll Village residents and create new
friendships. Recently this included a Valentine’s Day social and a
informational panel with brunch at The Manor House Restaurant.
In addition, members are able to familiarize themselves with the
campus prior to moving in. This includes meeting staff, sampling
food and trying out new activities.
There are currently 104 individuals with 67 active applications in
Club MKV at this time. For more information on Club MKV and
how you can become a member, please contact us at 513.782.2717
Rose Denman, Vice President,
Marketing & Development
513.782.2424
[email protected]
Jim Hoeh, Community
Marketing Manager
513.782.2462
[email protected]
Jessie Puls, Marketing &
Development Specialist
513.782.2488
[email protected]
John Ammerman, Senior
Marketing Specialist
513.782.2715
[email protected]
Visit www.mapleknoll.org for upcoming events and the latest Maple Knoll news !
Development Dispatch
Summer 2016
S P ECI A L PO IN TS
OF INT EREST:

Maple Knoll Communities Reached for The Stars
with 2016 Annual Fund Campaign
Reaching for the
Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. relies on
fundraising efforts throughout the year to
2016 Giving Circle sustain services and support for over 4,000
Stars

Leaders
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

older adults in the community. Fundraising
efforts include Maple Knoll’s Annual Fund
Campaign which originated in 1989. This
MKC
year’s theme, “Reaching for the Stars”,
allowed Maple Knoll Communities to prepare
Living Legacy
for today and tomorrow with a high goal of
Society Inductees $1,300,000.
Supporters of
Spotlight on
Giving– Online
and Stock Gifts

Estate Planinng

Maple Knoll Clinic
These fundraising efforts were for all areas of Maple Knoll, which include the
retirement communities of Maple Knoll Village and The Knolls of Oxford, Maple
Knoll Home Health Services, WMKV 89.3 and 89.9 FM Radio Station, Maple
Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors, Maple Knoll Montessori Child Center, and
the Hemsworth Wellness Center.
Capital Campaign John Bloomstrom, Maple Knoll Board Member and Annual Fund Chair, once

Development
again led staff and 28 resident, community and board member volunteers in a
tireless effort to make this goal a reality.
Contact
Information
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We are happy to report that the 2016 Maple Knoll Communities Annual Fund
Drive brought in $1,598,577 from 1,839 donors.
Money Matters
For more information on the Maple Knoll Annual Fund Drive please contact the
Maple Knoll Development Department at 513.782.8629.
Reaching for The Stars 2016 Giving Circle Leaders
We would like to thank the following
residents, family members, board members,
staff and volunteers who stepped up to
serve as Giving Circle Leaders this year.
These individuals help to lead the effort to
meet this year’s fundraising goals by working within each of their “neighborhoods” to
set goals and encourage donations.
Neighborhood
Leader
Beecher Place
Jeanne Davis,
Marge Fanella & Blake Ogden
Board and Board Emeriti
John Bloomstrom
Breese Manor
Louise Burg
MKV Businesses
Michelle Zeis
Child Center
Meri Fox
Coventry Court
Dot Galvin & Claudia Stiles
Eastwood
Judy Ebbeler and Peg Pechiney
Home Health Services
Liz Lilley & Jen Madison
Kensington
Carl Ruble, Bob Suddendorf & Gene and Betty Busby
MK Outreach Services
Marilyn Niemann & Connie Reinhardt
Resident Families
Greg Guzi
Staff
Nancy Vilaboy and Jeffery Jones
The Knolls of Oxford
Martha Lee Pulley & Judith de Luce
The Knolls of Oxford
Businesses
Laura Lacy
Wellness Center
Nancy Hendricks
Westminster I & II
Barb Nellis & Bob Roediger
WMKV
Bob Hanneken
Development Staff
Rose Denman, Vice President of Marketing and Development
Jessie Puls, Marketing and Development Specialist
CONTRIBUTIONS TO MAPLE KNOLL COMMUNITIES
July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016
Gifts from individuals enable Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. to continue our commitment to the older
adults we serve. Listed below are the names of persons or groups who have made a special gift, and the
individuals recognized. For questions, please contact the Development Department at 513.782.8629.
Ms. Nancy Coletta
Ms. Randi Combs
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Constand
Ms. Linda Contessa
Anonymous (3)
Mrs. Nancy D. Cooley
AAA Cincinnati
Rev. Steven Copeland
Ms. Shelley B. Acus
Mrs. Helen Corn
Mrs. Dorothy A. Allen
Mrs. Julie Cox
Mr. John Ammerman
Mr. Andy Craig
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson
Ms. Veronica L. Crawford
Ms. Carole J. Arend
Dr. Forrest V. Cress
Mrs. Zoe W. Ashley
Ms. Barbara Dalton
Mr. Frank J. Auciello
Mrs. Caroline H. Davidson
Mrs. Mary B. Auxier
Mrs. Jeanne M. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. George Babak
Miss Mary G. Davis
Mr. Norman A. Bates
Mrs. Rose Denman
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beam
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey
Ms. Jazmine Bell
Miss Rosella Doepker
Mrs. Lois G. Benjamin
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Dr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Bennett
Mrs. Dolores Eaton
Ms. Briana Bennie
Mrs. Judy Ebbeler
Mrs. Mary M. Besanceney
Ms. Deborah A. Eckhoff
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Beymer
Ms. Rana M. Edgington
Mr. Joseph M. Bill
Mrs. Mary June Edsell
Mr. John A. Blake
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eisentrout
Mrs. Corinne J. Blanton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eling
Mr. and Mrs. Jim P. Blanton
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Elsen
Mr. Bob Blomer
Ms. Fern Engelbrecht
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Bloomstrom
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Bloomstrom Sr. Mr. Richard B. Engelman
Mrs. Becki Eschbach
Ms. Elizabeth Boamah
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Evans
Ms. Eileen Bonekamp
Miss Margaret Fanella
Mr. and Mrs. John Bower
Mr. Ross A. Farnsworth
Ms. Patsy J. Boyer
Mr. Daniel Fast
Mr. Robert J. Brankamp
Ms. Mary Lee Fay
Mrs. Norma Briner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Brown
Mrs. Beatrice M. Flaker
Ms. Nancy Brown
Mr. James M. Formal
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Brown
Ms. Meri Fox
Mr. Jeff Bruggeman
Mr. Marion D. Francis
Mr. & Mrs. William Bryan
Mr. Robert Franks
Ms. Sandy C. Bucher
Mrs. Dorothy Galvin
Mrs. Louise Burg
Mrs. Ellen Gardella
Ms. Lori Burgess
Ms. Dorothy M. Gase
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Gaudin
Mrs. Joan Carlin
GE Foundation
Mr. Ralph Cautley
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Chapman Ms. Kathleen Gehringer
Mr. Herbert M. Georgenson
Ms. Barbara Chenhall
Ms. Charlotte Giordullo
Ms. Evelyn Chidester
GNO Construction
Cincinnati Eye Institute
Ms. Stephanie Goddard
Mrs. Teresa Cisse
Mrs. P. Jeane Goings
Mrs. Coletta R. Clark
Mr. Joseph N. Green
Mrs. Jean Coakley
Maple Knoll Village
Future Care Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gropp-Wedig
Mr. Darrell Grothen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guzi
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Haberstroh
Ms. Bernie Haines
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Haley
Mrs. Willa Grey Hammond
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Ms. Jean Harrell
Mr. and Mrs. James Hartman
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hazen
Mr. Bill Helferich
Ms. Nancy Hendricks
Mrs. Bette J. Hepp
Mrs. Deborah M. Herrera
Mrs. Jill A. Hersman
Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Heusinkveld
Mrs. Dorothy M. High
Mr. Dwight D. Hill
Mr. Raphael Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hirschfeld
Ms. Vicke L. Hitchcock
Mr. James W. Hoeh Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton E. Holthus
HomeWell Senior Care, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Honkomp
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoop
Mrs. Marilyn Hoskins
Mr. Daniel Hotel
Mrs. Mary Jane Howes
Ms. Kesha Hudson
Mr. Forrest W. Huff
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Huffman
Mrs. Carol A. Hust
Mrs. K. Sandy Jackisch
Jennifer's Moving Matters
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jennrich
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jewett
Mrs. Bertha L. Jones
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Ms. Emily A. Kapp
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kearney
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Kieviet
Mr. George D. Kiley
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. King
Dr. M. Henry King, III
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Kitchens
Mrs. Aimee R. Knowlton
Miss Burnetta C. Koenig
Mrs. Catherine B. Korra
Mrs. Leslie Kramig
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kremzar
Kroger Company Foundation
Ms. Mary Lou Kronke
Ms. Lois M. Kunkel
Dr. Susan Lang
Mrs. Lynn Larson
Mrs. Wendy Laughlin
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Leahy
Mrs. Mildred E. Lenox
Mr. and Mrs. Willis H.
Longstreet
Ms. Nita Lyon
Mr. Robert W. Macaulay
Dr. and Mrs. John A.
MacLeod
Mrs. Wilma Mandler
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Manno
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mr. Rene Marois
Dr. Donna S. Martsolf
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Marty
Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Marty
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Matchett
Ms. Rena Matthews
Mrs. Jean Maxfield
Mrs. Bertha McClain
Ms. Debbie McCreanor
Mr. Timothy McGowan
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H.
McSwain
Ms. Barbara Mecklenborg
Mrs. Pat Miller
Mrs. Shirl Miller
Mr. William E. Mills
Ms. Ivy Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mocsny
Mrs. Theresa C. Moore
Ms. Ruth Morris
Ms. Betty J. Mouk
Mowry, Marty & Bain
Consulting, LLC
Mr. James O. Muchmore
Mr. Jack A. Murdock
Ms. Carole Murphy
Ms. Mary Jane Neidich
Mrs. Barbara Nellis
Dr. Richard J. Neubauer
Mr. Robert C. Neumann
Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Nicholas
Ms. Darlene Nieman
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Noelcke
Ms. Margaret A. Oakes
Mrs. Audrey K. O'Connor
Mr. Blake W. Ogden
Mr. William Ostrander
Ms. Vera Owens
Paragon Management
Associates, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Len L. Paulini
Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Pease, III
Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Pechiney
Mrs. Marilyn H. Pelfrey
Mrs. Karen Pendleton
Mrs. Winifred C. Petree
Mr. Jay Pez
Mrs. Elaine A Pietch
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Platt
Mr. Mark Plunkett
Mr. and Mrs. Barry S. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Powell
Ms. Mary Alice Prazynski
Procter & Gamble
Ms. Bunnie Prost
Ms. Ann F. Pugh
Miss Jessica E. Puls
Mrs. Joan A. Purves
Ms. Martilu Puthoff
Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Ramsey
Mr. Gerald D. Rape
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rasche
Ms. Rebekah Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Remington
Mr. and Mrs. John Rengering
Ms. Anna Mae Rentschler
Mr. and Mrs. William
Richardson
Mr. Chris Rielag
Mr. Marty Ris
Mr. Fred J. Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Rodencal
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Roediger
Mrs. Penny A. Rolfsen
Mrs. Anna Maria Rossiter
Mr. Carl F. Ruble & Ms.
Marian Neanover
Mrs. Ida L. Scherer
Ms. Nancy Schlotman
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt
Ms. Miriam Schmithorst
Mr. Charles Schroeder
Mr. Bill Schuchardt
Mrs. Rebecca Schulte
Mrs. Velma E. Schuster
Mrs. June C. Scott
Ms. Betty Senior
Mrs. Pearl Shary
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Smart
Ms. Connie Smiley
Mr. Chester A. Smith
Mrs. Jolene Sobotka
Society of the Transfiguration
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Solsman
Mrs. Marilyn Spreen
Ms. Alice M. Stadler
Mr. Jim Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Stanforth
Mr. Leslie W. Steele
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stephens
Mrs. Claudia J. Stiles
Ms. Ruth A. Stokes
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Stowe
Mrs. Amy Straus
Mr. Bob Suddendorf
Mr. David Swartz
Mrs. Nancy Thaler
Mr. A. Richard Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. Carl G.
Thompson
Mrs. Beth Thress
Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Timperman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tobias
Traditions Building &
Development Group
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Troeger
Mr. Woodrow H. Uible
Mrs. Megan Ulrich
Ms. Dorothy Vice
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Vidal
Mrs. Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Volz
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wagner
Mrs. Joy E. Walburg
Ms. Dolores D. Walker
Mr. Morris Walsh
Mrs. Carol E. Ward
Mr. Kennith Watkins
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Watkins
Mr. Edward Weber
Mrs. Nancy West
Mr. & Mrs. Bud Westendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Westendorf
Mr. Emmet White
Ms. Judy Whitney
Dr. and Mrs. Edward F.
Willey
Ms. LaToya Williams
Mr. Mike Williams
Ms. Sue Williams
Mr. & Mrs. Steven A.
Wilson
Mr. Mike Wirmel
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolf
Ms. Marlene D. Worst
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis B.
Worthen
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yungk
Mrs. Michelle Zeis
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Zimmerman
Mr. Robert A. Zimmerman
Mr. and Mrs. David A.
Zuidema
Mrs. Louise Burg
Honorariums/Memorials
In Honor Of Theresa
Burg
Mrs. Louise Burg
In Honor of W.L. Noelcke
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Noelcke
In Honor of Ms. Christina
Bryant
In Honor of Ms. Mariam
Colter
Mr. Daniel Fast
In Honor of Rev. Steven
Copeland
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yungk
In Honor of Ms. Wendy
Crawford
Mrs. Louise Burg
In Honor of Lami
Engelman
Mr. Richard B. Engelman
In Honor of Rita Gropp
Mr. Frank Gropp-Wedig
In Honor of Betty Hans and
the Hospice Unit
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Ms. Sandy Kelley
In Honor of Ms. Amelia
Harlowe
Mrs. Louise Burg
In Honor of Mr. Raphael
Hill
Mr. Raphael Hill
In Honor of Ms. Emily M.
King
Dr. M. Henry King, III
In Honor Of Margie Krebs
Mrs. Louise Burg
In Honor of Beatrice R. Lea
Mrs. Ida L. Scherer
In Honor of MKV Residents
and Volunteers
Miss Mary E. Kammer
In Honor of Dorothy B.
Morris
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Moravec
In Honor of Mildred
Murphy
Mrs. Carol A. Hust
In Honor of Charles Pelfrey
Mrs. Marilyn H. Pelfrey
In Honor Of Juanita R.
Theile
Mr. Jerry Pietch
In Honor of Nancy VilaboyAllphin - AOPHA Star
Mrs. Rose Denman
In Honor of Nancy VilaboyAllphin
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yungk
In Honor of Kimberlee
Williams
Mrs. Louise Burg
In Honor of Lena Williams
Ms. Betty Senior
In Memory of Ms. Helen
Abbott
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of James R.
Allen
Mrs. Dorothy A. Allen
In Memory of Shirley
Auciello
Mr. Frank J. Auciello
In Memory of Jane Brown
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory Of Richard
Broxon
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
In Memory Alice & Vern
Bucheit
Mr. Chris Rielag
In Memory of Charles
Campbell
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory Of Lucille A.
Carr
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vidal
In Memory of Leslie H.
Chapman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L.
Chapman
In Memory of Margaret M.
Chapman
Mr. Richard L. Chapman
In Memory of Patrick C.
Clark
Mrs. Coletta R. Clark
In Memory of Herbert Corn
Mrs. Helen Corn
Mr. Bert Corn
In Memory of Catherine V.
Cress
Mr. Forrest V. Cress
In Memory of Mr. Leonard
Feibelman
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
In Memory of Mr. Tim
Hedrick
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory Of Vera Franks
Mrs. Betty Hans
In Memory of Bill
Hendricks
Mrs. Rose Denman
In Memory of Margaret C.
Cropper
Anonymous (1)
Ms. Bette C. Dellecave
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Feige
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Ms. Mary Jacqmin
Ms. Mary Lou Kronke
Mr. and Mrs. James Ramsey
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Remington
Ms. Marilyn Spreen
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Doris Froelich
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Jill A.
Hersman
In Memory Of Mary Jane
Mrs. Joan Carlin
Fuller
Mrs. Nancy D. Cooley
Miss Mary G. Davis
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Miss Margaret Fanella
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Mr. James M. Formal
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Ramsey
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mr. Emmet T. White
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Ms.
In Memory of Dee C. Davis In Memory of Mr. John G.
Catharine Hill
Mrs. Jeanne M. Davis
Galvin
Paragon Management
Mrs. Dorothy Galvin
Associates, Inc.
In Memory of Bob Druley
Ms. Nancy Brown
In Memory of Joan Noll
In Memory of Bernice I.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Georgenson
Homan
Mrs. Joan Carlin
Herbert M. Georgenson
Mr. Michael Cummings
Mrs. Rose Denman
Mr. Jeffrey A. Davoll
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields
In Memory Of James R.
Mr. Gerald J. Federle
Mr. James M. Formal
Haan
Ms. Sharon Gadoth
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Mr. Roger Hildebrand
Mr. Burton E. Holthus
Mr. David Spaulding
Mr. and Mrs. George
In Memory of Robert L.
Mr. & Mrs. Bud
Laughlin
Hans
Westendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Ms. Carol Burkhardt
Roediger
Mrs. Joan Carlin
In Memory of Bob
Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Jackisch
Ramsey
Mr. James M. Formal
Mrs. K. Sandy Jackisch
Mr. John Nikitas
Ms. Adele C. Grout
Ms. Marilyn Spreen
Mr. Dick Haberstroh
In Memory of Mrs.
Ms. Amy Straus
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Marjorie Jamison
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Styberg
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Mr. Robert Buchmann
Dr. & Mrs. Walter
Mrs. Jill A. Hersman
Timperman
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jenkinson In Memory of Mrs. Linda
Mr. Richard L. Voss
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Jolley
Mr. Emmet T. White
Ms. Louise M. Landen
Mr. George Beddie
Mr. Herbert A. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. Eric S. McDonel
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
In Memory of Richard H.
Engelman
Mr. Richard B. Engelman
Mr. Robert Ritzi
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Roediger
Mrs. Marilyn Spreen
Mr. & Mrs. Barry Staley
Ms. Anale Van Wagenen
Mr. Tom Wagner
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Mrs. Ruth L.
Epperson
Ms. Joy E. Walburg
In Honor of Robert L. Hans
and the Hospice Unit
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Robert
Eschbach
Mrs. Becki Eschbach
In Memory of Robert
Hartlaub, Jr.
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Pat Earley
Mr. Robert Earley
Mr. & Mrs. Otto Hausknecht
Mr. & Mrs. Dave Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chapel
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.
Dauwe
Mr. and Mrs. David
Denman and family
Ms. Carol Dorfman
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond
Henry
Ms. Roberta W. Lathram
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
Schafer
Mrs. Darren Schreiber
Jon and Jackie Seymour
Ms. Jacki Silver
Sissy Simons
Mr. Diane A. Steele
Mrs. Michelle Zeis
In Memory of Antoinette
Kline
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Tobias
In Memory of J. Donald
Korra
Mrs. Catherine B. Korra
In Memory of Mok Lau
Mr. John Malloy
Mr. Steve Mannix
In Memory of Wilhelmina
Lau
Mr. John Malloy
Mr. Steve Mannix
In Memory of George
Laughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Miss Margaret Fanella
Mr. James M. Formal
Mr. Oliver S. Hagerman
Mr. & Mrs. Holthus
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kremzar
Mr. Michael Laughlin
Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Ramsey
Ms. Marguerite Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Timperman
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Richard
Lenox
Mrs. Joyce Bergquist
Bill Mills
In Memory of Bobby
MacLeod
Ms. Nancy Prewitt
In Memory of Kathie Mills
Mrs. Joyce Bergquist
Mrs. Ruth Burbank
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Stanforth
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory Of Victoria
Mitchell
Miss Mary E. Kammer
In Memory of Ronald E.
Morris, USAF Retired
Mrs. Ruth Morris
In Memory of Shirley
Auxier Muchmore
Mr. James O. Muchmore
In Memory of Ronald
Mueller
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory Of Barbara
Nightingale
Miss Mary G. Davis
Miss Margaret Fanella
In Memory of Wilber L.
Noelcke
Mr. James M. Formal
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Mr. & Mrs. Donald McDaniel
Mr. Christopher Noelcke
Mr. Emmet T. White
Mrs. Dorothy Yauch
In Memory of Mary
Frances Packard
Mr. David R. Evans
In Memory Of Our Parents
& Siblings
Mr. & Mrs. Steven Elsen
In Memory of Pauline G.
Marty
Mr. and Mrs. Terry G.
Marty
In Memory of Caroline B.
Paul
Mr. & Mrs. William Seay
In Memory of Dorothy J.
Meyers
Mrs. Joan Carlin
Mrs. Nancy D. Cooley
Miss Mary G. Davis
Miss Margaret Fanella
Mrs. Dorothy Galvin
Mrs. Mary Jacqmin
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mrs. Marilyn Spreen
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Jerry Pietch
Anonymous (3)
Mrs. Dorothy A. Allen
Ms. Carole J. Arend
Mrs. Norma Briner
Mrs. Joan Carlin
Miss Mary G. Davis
Mrs. Rose Denman
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Miss Margaret Fanella
Mr. James M. Formal
Mrs. Betty Hans
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Mrs. Bette J. Hepp
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mrs. Velma E. Schuster
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Marjorie D.
Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Marty
In Memory of Hilda Stadler
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Ernie
Steadman
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Claudia
Stiles
In Memory Of Virginia
Miss Mary G. Davis
Reuscher
Mrs. Rose Denman
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Verbarg Miss Margaret Fanella
Mr. James M. Formal
In Memory of Reiko and
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Michiko
Mrs. Mary Jacqmin
Mrs. Marilyn Spreen
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
In Memory of Jim Rembold In Memory of Jackie
Mrs. Amy Straus
Suddendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
In Memory of Elizabeth G. Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Ris
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Mr. Marty Ris
Mr. Bob Suddendorf
In Memory of Nancy
Rohrer
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Beatrice and
Francis Tse
Mrs. Nancy Schlotman
In Memory of Virginia C.
Rudler
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Binzer
Mr. & Mrs. James P.
Edmiston
Mrs. Patricia A. Frey
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Herzog
Mr. James C. Lottman
Ms. Ann M. Macke
Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Pease, III
In Memory Of Richard
Uhlenbrock
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Bobbie and
Allan Sawtelle
Rev. Rogert A. Sawtelle
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Wilbur
Voelckle
Mr. Donald McDaniel
In Memory of Rowena
Schroeder
Mr. Charles Schroeder
In Memory of William A.
Schuchardt
Mr. Bill Schuchardt
In Memory of Carl E. Scott
Mrs. June Scott
In Memory of George
Shields
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Bill Spreen
Mrs. Marilyn Spreen
In Memory Of Leah E.
Varner
Mr. James M. Formal
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Fred Voelkel
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
In Memory of Charmy
Voss
Mr. & Mrs. John H.
Bloomstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Mr. & Mrs. James A.
Ramsey
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Timperman
In Memory Of Eloise
Walker
Miss Mary E. Kammer
In Memory of Evelyn
Walsh
Mr. Morris Walsh
In Memory of Mary
Weber
Mr. Edward Weber
In Memory Of Nell Wells
Ms. Dorothy Vice
In Memory of Harrison
West
Mr. Jeffrey S. King
Mrs. Nancy West
In Memory Of Jane
Willman
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Miss Mary E. Kammer
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
In Memory Of Mrs.
Lorrie Wuenker
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Susan
Yannetti
Ms. Mary Jane Neidich
In Memory of Joe Zahn
Miss Mary Kammer
The Knolls of Oxford
Future Care Fund
Anonymous (2)
Mrs. Terri Abernathy
Ms. Alice Adkins
Mr. and Mrs. Don Auble
Ms. Mary Bachmann
Ms. Betty Barnhart
Ms. Anne W. Baxter
Mr. and Mrs. Don Berger
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
Mr. George Beverley
Mr. John Blocher
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bowers
Mrs. Stacey L. Brekke
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick F.
Brower
Mrs. Jean Butterfield
Ms. Barbara Chenault and
Mr. Richard Wheelright
Ms. Sue Clark
Mrs. Lawretta Clum
Mr. Aran Cross and Ms.
Sooyon Pak
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Davis
Ms. Judith de Luce
Mrs. Stefanie Engel
Mrs. Jacqueline Engelhard
Mr. Ross A. Farnsworth
Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fink
Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Folker
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Frisina
Ms. Della Garrison
Mr. & Mrs. Donald
Gerber
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Goggin
Ms. Eileen Goode
Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Grabill
Mr. & Mrs. John M.
Green
Ms. JoAnne S.
Hagerman
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Hanscom
Mr. and Mrs. Don
Harrington
Ms. Vera Hatton
Ms. Nancy Hendricks
Mr. Richard W. Hesse
Mr. David Hirsch
Mrs. Louise Hofstadter
Mr. Fred B. Holl
Mrs. Phyllis Hollenbaugh
HomeWell Senior Care,
LLC
Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Huntington
Ms. Michele J. Ittel
Mr. Donald Jespersen
Mr. & Mrs. Don Kelly
Mrs. Scarllett L. Kilgore
Ms. Margaret E. Kindler
Kroger Company
Foundation
Ms. Laura Lacy
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lahiff
Mr. and Mrs. Rick
Leichman
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Leslie
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Lippmann
Ms. Linda Lukac
Mrs. Antonina Miller
Ms. Mary M. Miller
Mrs. Virginia H. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mucha
Mrs. Gitzene Myers
Ms. Kelley S. Needham
Mr. & Mrs. Richard
Nelson
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M.
Norman
Ms. Rebecca Lynn
Parrigin
Mrs. Winifred Pearson
Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Piano
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas
Poccia
Mrs. Sandra Pont
Mr. Jeff V. Pulley
Mr. & Mrs. William Pulley
Ms. Suzanne Reif
Mr. John Reller
Mr. Donald Retzsch
Robert E. White Trust
Mrs. Penny A. Rolfsen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shoup
Ms. Yoko Shuler
Mr. & Mrs. George Speck
Mr. Bernie Study
Mrs. Virginia Summers
Mrs. Vicky Trostel
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vogel
Ms. Patricia M. Wagers
Ms. Sally Wasser
Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Wendt
Mr. & Mrs. John Whelpton
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Wiley
Ms. Betty Wills
Mr. Cooper D. Wood
Ms. Katie Woodruff
Mrs. Shirley A. Younts
Mrs. Shirley A. Younts
Ms. Mariam Zabel
Mrs. Violet Ziepfel
Memorials/Honorariums
In Honor of the
Employees - Thank you
Mr. and Mrs. John
Whelpton
In Honor of Jeffrey
Hirsch
Mr. David Hirsch
In Honor of Mrs. Pulley
Mr. Jeff V. Pulley
In Honor of Charles
Whelpton
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
Ms. Barbara Chenault
Mr. Richard Wheelright
In Memory of Robert
Bachmann
Mrs. Mary Bachmann
In Memory of Alice R.
Baird
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
In Memory of Robert
Berry
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
In Memory of Phyllis
Blocher
Mr. John Blocher
In Memory of Quincy
Butterfield
Mrs. Jean Butterfield
In Memory of John C. Clark
Mrs. Sue Clark
In Memory of Frank Dodd
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
In Memory of Donald
Engelhard
Mrs. Jacqueline Engelhard
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Leslie
In Memory of R. Foster
Mr. Charles Bowers
In Memory of Maurice Havard
Mr. and Mrs. George Speck
In Memory of Louis J.
Hofstadter
Mrs. Louise Hofstadter
In Memory of Morry
Hollenbaugh
Mrs. Phyllis Hollenbaugh
In Memory of Edith Lehman
Ms. Mariam Zabel
In Memory of Dave Maxfield
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
In Memory of Henry Miller
Mrs. Antonina Miller
In Memory of Ernest Myers,
Timothy Myers, Victoria Lillie
Mrs. Gitzene Myers
In Memory of Denton Norris
Mr. Richard W. Hesse
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Wendt
In Memory of Phyllis Reller
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
Mr. John Reller
Mr. and Mrs. George Speck
In Memory of Paul Russell
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
In Memory of Alice Study
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
Mrs. Jean Butterfield
Mr. Aran Cross
Ms. Sooyon Pak
Mr. &Mrs. John A. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frisina
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Leslie
Mrs. Virginia H. Miller
Mrs. Gitzene Myers
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Poccia
Ms. Suzanne Reif
Mr. & Mrs. George Speck
In Memory of Charlie
Whelpton
Mrs. Priscilla Berry
The Knolls of Oxford
Van Fund
Ms. Alice Adkins
Ms. Mary Bachmann
Ms. Betty Barnhart
Mr. and Mrs. Don Berger
Mr. John Blocher
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F.
Brower
Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Davis
Mrs. Stefanie Engel
Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Folker
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frisina
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Goggin
Ms. Eileen Goode
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Grabill
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanscom
Mr. and Mrs. Don
Harrington
Mr. Richard W. Hesse
Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Huntington
Mr. Donald Jespersen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Lippmann
Ms. Mary M. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mucha
Mrs. Gitzene Myers
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Poccia
Mr. and Mrs. William
Pulley
Mr. Donald Retzsch
Mr. and Mrs. George
Speck
Ms. Patricia M. Wagers
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S.
Wendt
Mrs. Shirley A. Younts
Ms. Mariam Zabel
Capital Fund
Mr. John Blocher
Robert E. White Trust
The Knolls of Oxford
Good Samaritan Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vogel
Home Health
Anonymous (1)
Ms. Lori Burgess
Ms. Tricia Cefalu-Cross
Ms. Betty A. Clark
Mrs. Nancy D. Cooley
Mr. Andy Craig
Mrs. Ellen Gardella
Ms. Debbie Gering
Ms. Erin Herman
Mr. Brian Hudak
Ms. Elizabeth A. Lilley
Mrs. Jen Madison
Ms. Ivy Mitchell
Ms. Judy Milenkevich
Ms. Brenda Moore
Mrs. Thilda V. Muir
Mr. Charles Murray
Mr. Don C. Pape
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Pechiney
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanford
Mrs. Valerie L. Schmitt
Mr. & Mrs. George Shields
Ms. Margaret Spradling
Ms. Joan P. Stine
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas U. Todd
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Wang
Ms. Sheila R. Weinel
Memorials
In Memory of Bruce
Blackman
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
In Memory Of Richard L.
Lenox
Mr. William E. Mills
In Memory of Louise M.
Murray
Mr. Charles Murray
In Memory of Bob Sanford
Mrs. Bob Sanford
In Memory of Cleveland E.
Van Wert
Ms. Thilda V. Muir
In Memory of Fred Voelkel
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
Annual WMKV
Anonymous (1)
John and Helen Anderson
Tim Cannon
George and Jo Ann Kurz
Donald LaRosa
William Ostrander
Spring Grove Cemeteries,
Funeral Homes, Crematory
Barbara Voelkel
Edwin Yungk
In Honor of David Schram
Mr. & Mrs. James A.
Ramsey
In Memory of William A.
Schuchardt
Mr. Bill Schuchardt
MKV Clinic Fund
Anonymous (2)
Dr. Orson Austin
Dr. Steve Bartz
Dr. and Mrs. Jerry A.
Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A.
Beymer
Dr. Matthew R. Biscotti
Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Bloomstrom
Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Bloomstrom Sr.
Dr. Sally Brooks and Mr.
Dan Krage
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Brown
Ms. Nancy Brown
Mrs. Rosemarie Broxon
Mrs. Louise Burg
Mr. John F. Barrett
Mr. Ron Beymer
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Busby
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
Constand
Mr. Bert Corn
Ms. Marilyn Crear
Ms. Barbara Dalton
Ms. Lottie Davis
Mrs. Caryl Druley
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eling
Miss Margaret Fanella
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields
Mr. James M. Formal
Mr. and Mrs. Dean R.
Gaudin
Dr. Peggy Gennantonio
Mr. Herbert M. Georgenson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A.
Haley
Ms. Ida Hammonds
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Mrs. Anna W. Harlan
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A.
Hirschfeld
Mrs. Marilyn Hoskins
Interact For Health
Mrs. K. Sandy Jackisch
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jewett
Kautz Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kremzar
L&L Nippert Charitable
Foundation
Mrs. Lynn Larson
Mrs. Mildred E. Lenox
Dr. Wilhelmina N. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan R.
Lippincott
Ms. Nita Lyon
Dr. and Mrs. John A.
MacLeod
Mrs. Eloise D. Manhart
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Manno
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Dr. Donna S. Martsolf
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S.
Marty, Jr.
Mr. James O. Muchmore
Mrs. Thilda V. W. Muir
Ms. Gloria Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Nicholas
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.
Norman
Mr. William Ostrander
Mrs. Elaine A Pietch
PNC Bank Josephine Schell
Russell Charitable Trust
Ms. Mary Alice Prazynski
Mr. Gerald D. Rape
Mr. and Mrs. John
Rengering
Ms. Anna Mae Rentschler
Mr. Fred J. Robbins
Josephine Schell Russell
Charitable Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Roediger
Mrs. Anna Maria Rossiter
Mr. Charles Schroeder
Mrs. Velma E. Schuster
Ms. Betty Senior
Ms. Linda Shimp
Mrs. Hildegard Stadler
Mr. Leslie W. Steele
Robert and Christine
Steinmann Family
Foundation (The)
Mr. Bob Suddendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tolliver
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Troeger
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Von Moll
Dr. and Mrs. Gregg
Warshaw
Western & Southern
Financial Fund
Mr. Emmet T. White
Dr. and Mrs. Edward F.
Willey
Mr. and Mrs. Steven A.
Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolf
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yungk
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Zimmerman
Honorariums/Memorials
In Honor of Sandra
Hamilton
Ms. Betty Senior
In Honor of Betty L. Hans In Memory of Ward
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Rossiter
Mrs. Anna Maria Rossiter
In Honor of Polly Marty
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S.
In Memory of Russell E.
Marty, Jr.
Schuster
Mrs. Velma E. Schuster
In Honor of Dr. Gregg
Warshaw
In Memory Of Jackie
Dr. Steve Bartz
Suddendorf
Dr. Matthew R. Biscotti
Mr. Bob Suddendorf
Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Bloomstrom
In Honor of Lucille
Dr. Sally Brooks and Mr.
Tolliver
Dan Krage
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kautz Family Foundation
Tolliver
In Honor of The Emmet
T. White, Sr. Family
Mr. Emmet T. White
In Memory of Cleveland
E. Van Wert
Mrs. Thilda V. W. Muir
In Memory of Rachel
Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E.
Brown
In Memory of Rachel &
Ken Vanderlaan
Ms. Linda Shimp
In Memory of Richard
Broxon
Mrs. Rosemarie Broxon
In Memory of Bert Corn
Mrs. Helen Corn
In Memory of Joan E.
Georgenson
Mr. Herbert M.
Georgenson
In Memory Of Robert
Hans
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of William M.
Husler
Dr. Peggy Gennantonio
In Memory of Lauren
Manhart
Mrs. Eloise D. Manhart
In Memory of Ted Marty,
Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S.
Marty, Jr.
In Memory of Shirley
Auxier Muchmore
Mr. James O. Muchmore
In Memory of Jerry
Pietch
Mrs. Elaine A Pietch
In Memory of Fred
Voelkel
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
In Memory of June
Howlett White
Mr. Emmet T. White
Sycamore
Senior Center/
MKV Outreach
Services
Anonymous (3)
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Altman
American Legion NE
Post 630
Mr. Paul W. Anson
Mrs. Orba Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Steven J.
Becker
Mr. Andrew M.. Bryson
Ms. Arlene Castner
Ms. Pauline Cornett
Ms. Margery Craig
Deeks Trust
Mr. and Mrs. James G.
Dunlap
Dr. Shirley Ekvall
Ms. Joyce Fille
Ms. Gladys Gales
Mr. & Mrs. Hy Ganulin
Mrs. Mary Ganulin
GE Foundation
Ms. Marylee Gendelman
Ms. Verna Gibson
Ms. Sherry Goldfon
Ms. Dayva Green
Mrs. Florence Hackman
Mrs. Loretta Hagedorn
Hartzell United Methodist
Church
Ms. Faye M. Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herzner
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hjelm
Mr. Hugh Hoffman
Mr. Kenneth Huber
Ms. Beverly Huntling
Ms. Emily A. Kapp
Ms. Angela J. Kern
Ms. Kathleen Lazarus
Mr. Alfred P. Lessure
Mr. Jeffery Linser
Ms. Judy Lococo
Mr. Timothy McGowan
Ms. Linda McNay
Mt. Carmel Health Plan,
Inc.
Mr. Charles Murray
Ms. Omaya Nashiff
Ms. Marilyn Niemann
Ms. Betty Pack
Ms. Ruth Patrick
Pfizer Foundation
Matching Gifts Program
Ms. Joan Pollitt
Ms. Connie Reinhardt
Mr. and Mrs. John Richey
Mrs. Penny A. Rolfsen
Ms. Elizabeth Romito
Ms. Carol Schille
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy P.
Scott
Ms. Gail R. Scully
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Sedlitz
St. Vincent Ferrer Church
Mr. Eddie L. Starr
Ms. Ruth Studer
Dr. Richard Sulek
Temple Sholom
Ms. Peggy Turner
Ms. Dorothy Vice
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Wang
Ms. Theresa Williams
Mrs. Carol Wilson
Ms. Rita Yoas
Mrs. Grace M. Zile
Honorariums/Memorials
In Honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Romito
Mr. & Mrs. Hy Ganulin
In Memory Of Barb
Albers
Ms. Marylee Gendelman
Ms. Rita Yoas
In Memory Of Ms. Judy
Doppes
Ms. Ruth Patrick
In Memory of Minnie
Glassman
Ms. Dayva Green
In Memory Of Rita Schmitz
Ms. Carol Schille
In Memory of Helen Sherman
Mrs. Mary Ganulin
In Memory of Jim Wilson
Mrs. Carol Wilson
Meals on Wheels
Ms. Arlene Castner
Mr. Alfred P. Lessure
Chapel Fund
Honorariums/Memorials
In Honor of Rev. Steven
Copeland
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Honor of Juanita R. Theile
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Theile
In Honor of Chaplain Nancy
Vilaboy-Allphin
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Robert Druley
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory Of Vera Franks
Mr. Robert Franks
In Memory of Bob Hans
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Bill Hink
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Marjorie
Jamison
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Kathie Mills
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Virginia
Reuscher
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Imogene
Schaefer
Chaplain Nancy Vilaboy-Allphin
In Memory of Claudia J. Stiles
Mrs. Nancy D. Cooley
Good Samaritan Fund
Honorariums/Memorials
In Honor of the Assisted
Living Employees
Emmet T. White
Maple Knoll Village Main Street
Art Gallery Upcoming Art Shows
In Honor of Alan R.
Bayowski
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
In Memory of Fred Voelkel
Mrs. Barbara Voelkel
MKV Bus Fund
In Memory of Phillip
Froelich
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Dottie Haas
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
In Memory of Jerry Pietch
Mrs. Betty L. Hans
Wood Shop Capital
Fund
Mr. John B. Hughes
Maple Leaf Auxiliary
Endowment Fund
Mr. A. R. Thomas
The Knolls of Oxford
Good Samaritan Fund
Mr. Bob Vogel
The MKV Hospice
Center Fund
Maple Knoll Village is dedicated to stimulating the minds of our
residents, staff and visitors. One way we are able to do so is through a
rotating display of creative works shown in The Main Street Gallery.
Centrally located on the campus of Maple Knoll Village, the Main Street
Gallery features different art shows every 6-8 weeks. These shows
range from single artists to groups and range from oil paintings,
watercolor, photography, woodworking and more. All works are for sale
and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Maple Knoll Future Care Fund,
a benevolent care program for residents in need.
The current show features work from the talented Queen City Art Club.
Queen City Art Club is made up of artists and art connoisseurs, both
men and women, who are interested in exhibiting and promoting art in
the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio area. Queen City Art Club was founded in
1976 with the purpose of sharing techniques, talents, artistic growth, and
ideas in the whole art spectrum. Members are artists of various
media, sculptors, and ceramists. This show will run through September
23rd, 2016.
Mr. Robert Franks
Mr. John B. Hughes
Mr. Richard J. Neubauer
Upcoming exhibits include Hilltop Artists and the Maple Knoll Child
Center. These exhibits are open to the public and free to view from
7am-8pm, seven days a week.
The Hemsworth
Wellness Center Fund
For questions please call The Maple Knoll Development Department at
513.782.2462.
GE Foundation
K. S. Sims
Ms. Nancy Hendricks
Mr. Tom Wagner
The Vision of Caring
Corporate Campaign
Hixson Architecture Engineers
Traditions Building &
Development Group, Inc.
Ronald H. McSwain Carpeting
Recognizing New Members of
The Living Legacy Society
The ability to touch the lives of others in a
positive manner is something that we in the
field of aging strive for every day. We also
witness the positive difference that just one
person can make in the life of someone else,
a testament to the power of compassion, the
power of caring and the power of generosity.
At Maple Knoll Communities, we are
fortunate to have over 100 caring individuals
who have furthered the work of our
organization. Alone, each person has made
a significant impact, but collectively, they
have the power to make miracles happen,
by ensuring that Maple Knoll Communities’
mission of providing quality care and
services to older adults will endure well into
the future for our children and grandchildren.
These visionaries are members of a special group called the Living Legacy Society. The “Living
Legacy Society” was founded in 1992 to recognize those individuals who make a gift in a special
way. This select group consists of special friends who have named Maple Knoll Communities in
their estate plans, made a planned gift or contributed $50,000 or more in outright gifts.
A unique display has been created to honor individuals who are members of the Living Legacy
Society. This colorful display is located in Heritage Hall at Maple Knoll Village. It features an
assortment of antique teacups or collector mugs that pay tribute to those donors whose generosity
has propelled Maple Knoll Communities into the respected organization it is today. The well thought
out teacup display reflects two important traditions of Maple Knoll Communities: the historic Spring
Fete and the Anniversary Tea. Both events, which date back to the nineteenth century, allowed the
public its earliest glimpses into the mission of the organization, bringing in new friends and
supporters throughout our history.
This past year, Maple Knoll Communities was thankful to have seven individuals who share in our
mission and vision. These individuals were recognized at Maple Knoll Communities’ Annual Dinner
in May as the newest members of the Living Legacy Society. They are: John and Helen Anderson,
Bill and Wanda Baker, Jerry and Pat Bennett and Ralph Cautley. All of these new members
are residents at Maple Knoll Village.
It is because of their generosity and dedication that Maple Knoll is able to continue serving older
adults in our community. Please stop by the unique display and see others who have shared this
commitment to excellence in our community.
For further information about The Living Legacy Society, please contact Rose Denman, Vice
President of Marketing and Development, at 513.782.2424 or [email protected]
Spotlight on Giving
Online Giving
Did you know that you can donate to Maple Knoll Communities online? Online
Giving provides a convenient way to make charitable contributions to Maple
Knoll Communities programs and services. Contributions made online go
directly to our Development Department. From there our development
department will confidentially direct your donation to the appropriate fund and
provide you with a letter of acknowledgment for your support. It is a safe,
secure, easy way to contribute!
You can donate by going to www.mkcommunities.org/donate. You may designate your gift to an
area or program of you choice. For example: if you would like your gift to benefit Maple Knoll
Village please select Maple Knoll Village Future Care Fund. You can designate your gift to be in
honor or memory of a loved one. If you choose this option, the individual or their family members
will be made aware of your contribution.
For questions on online giving please contact the Development Department at 513.782.8629.
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of appreciated securities are a smart and
simple way to maximize the effectiveness of your
charitable giving. If stocks or mutual funds you've
held for more than a year have increased in value,
you may want to consider using these assets to
fund your giving.
By transferring shares of your long-term stock to
Maple Knoll Communities, a 501c3 organization,
you make a gift to support our mission, avoid the
capital gains tax you would pay if the stock were
sold, and you may claim a charitable income tax
deduction for the appreciated value of the asset.
Gifts of stock can be designated to specific areas or program of Maple Knoll Communities as any
other gift would be. Larger gifting options may also provide a naming opportunity.
To give a gift of stock or for questions on Maple Knoll Communities gift giving program, please
contact Rose Denman, Vice President of Marketing and Development at 513.782.2424.
Using Trusts - Is a Living Trust Right for You?
“Revocable living trusts" have become popular estate
planning tools. Whether a living trust is right for you, however,
depends on a number of factors. A living trust may benefit you
greatly, or you may experience a negative impact. We
reached out to the experts at Mowry, Marty and Bain to gather
additional information that may be of benefit to you.
A living trust is a trust that you set up during your lifetime to
which you transfer most or all of your assets. You get the
income from the trust, and also have the right to withdraw
principal. You can revoke or cancel the trust at any time during your life. At death the trust becomes
irrevocable and its income and assets are disposed of under terms specified by you in the trust
papers.
Why would you do this? The main advantage of the living trust is that its assets are distributed
without going through the court probate process. That avoids a filing fee in probate court. Also,
trustee fees generally are lower than nonfamily executors' or personal representatives' fees would
be. However, even if probate is avoided there will be the expense of preparing an estate tax return,
valuing and transferring assets, and making a formal accounting and settlement. Also, to avoid
probate, all probate assets must be included in the living trust. If some are left out, a probate
proceeding still would be necessary. As a result, those with living trusts usually also have a will to
direct any extra property into the trust.
Some of the other benefits and pitfalls to consider are:
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Quicker distributions: Probating a will and gathering assets into the estate for distribution
can take quite a bit of time. With a living trust, by contrast, all assets already are gathered
together, so the trustee can make immediate distributions and continue paying bills as usual.
Protecting minors: Living trusts can help avoid the need to appoint a guardian to
represent children's interests, which can cause delay and add to administration costs.
Privacy protection: Since probate records are public, the size of your estate, and the
names of beneficiaries and the amounts each received, can come into anyone's possession. The
size and terms of a living trust, by contrast, are not necessarily public matters.
Multiple residences: Those with real estate in more than one state can avoid the problems
and expense of multiple probate proceedings by putting the out-of-state real estate in a living
trust.
Income taxes: If you create a living trust, you will be taxed on its income in much the
same way as if you continued to own the property outright.
Estate taxes: It's a fairly common misconception that living trusts save estate taxes, but
that's not necessarily the case. The trust assets within a revocable living trust will be subject to
estate tax just as if you continued to own them outright. Therefore, basic estate planning techniques are important in the context of living trusts as well transfers at death by will.
As we said, living trusts make a lot of sense for some people and none at all for others. You have to
consider all of the pluses and minuses as they relate to your particular situation to make an informed
choice about a living trust.
Mowry, Marty and Bain, Inc. would be happy to assist you in making the decision that's right for you.
If you have any questions, please call them at (513) 842-8574.
Maple Knoll Village To Renovate Health
Center With Capital Campaign
Maple Knoll Village is currently in the midst of a capital campaign to upgrade the on campus Health
Center located in Bodmann Pavilion. The current Health Center provides services to residents in
Independent Living, Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing and has not received renovations since its
construction in 1977.
Under the leadership of University of Cincinnati Physicians and Maple Knoll Village staff, the clinic
provides a convenient option for over 750 older adults to have the peace of mind they deserve.
Services offered include non-emergency care, wound care, prescription pick up, respiratory care,
podiatry, IV therapy, routine testing, audiology, dentistry, dermatology and optometry services. It is
a cornerstone of care for older adults who reside at Maple Knoll Village and allows the great
convenience of being able to be seen by some of the region’s best medical providers right at home.
This long overdue renovation will provide spaces of greater comfort to residents when seeing their
doctors or receiving other services from medical specialists. The following renovations are
proposed for the Heath Center at Maple Knoll Village:
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Expansion of existing exam rooms within current floor area including integrated electronic
charting area, accessible exam tables, and new flooring, ceiling, lighting, finishes, furniture,
cabinetry and window treatments.
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Renovations to existing reception area including an open, friendly and accessible reception
desk; a hospitality station with coffee, tea and water; a new donor focal-wall with contemporary
horizontal wood planking; and new carpet flooring, ceiling, lighting, finishes, furniture and
window treatments.
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Relocation and modernization of existing restrooms including upgrading facilities to full ADA
compliance as well as new ceramic tile flooring, ceilings, lighting, finishes, cabinetry and
plumbing fixtures.
Rendering of the Health Center Examination Room
Rendering of the Health Center Reception Area
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Creation within existing floor plan of new training/conference spaces for meetings and collaborative education sessions including new carpet flooring, ceiling, lighting, finishes, furniture and integrated technology.
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General upgrade of all offices within clinic area with new carpet flooring, ceiling, lighting, finishes,
furniture and window treatments.
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Additional training space for University of Cincinnati Physicians and Nursing students.
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Advanced technology upgrades in exam rooms and offices.
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Upgrades to the existing Bodmann lobby entrance including new ceiling, lighting, finishes,
furniture, window treatments and a custom artwork installation in place of the previous fountain.
Upon completion the Health Center will be named The Gregg Warshaw, M.D. Health Center at
Maple Knoll Village after Dr. Gregg Warshaw, a name that is nationally synonymous with innovative
and caring geriatric care and expertise. In 2015 he retired as the Director of the Geriatric Medicine
Program at the University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine and as The Medical Director of Maple
Knoll Village. For over 30 years, Dr. Warshaw continued to bring forth new levels of compassion,
education, research, and collaborations for Maple Knoll Village.
The project is a necessary renovation to the Maple Knoll Health Center that will improve quality
health care for older adults in the community. Currently, Maple Knoll has raised $522,776 towards
the $750,000 goal. To reach this goal Maple Knoll must rely on personal and community support.
Gifts of all sizes are needed. Gifts of $1,000 or more will be recognized in a unique donor display in
the main hallway. Larger naming opportunities are also available.
Maple Knoll asks that you please consider a gift in support of The Gregg Warshaw, M.D. Health
Center at Maple Knoll Village. Outright gifts may be made by check, cash, credit card or stock
transfer and qualify as charitable contributions for federal income, estate and gift tax purposes.
For more information on the Maple Knoll Health Center renovation or to provide a contribution,
please call 513.782.2424 or visit www.mapleknoll.org.
Rendering of the Health Center Conference Room
Rendering of the Health Center Lobby
Maple Knoll
Communities, Inc.
Development
Department
Rose Denman
Vice President,
Marketing & Development
513.782.2424
[email protected]
Development Department
11100 Springfield Pike
Michelle Zeis
Donor & Corporate Relations
Specialist
513.782.8629
[email protected]
Jessie Puls
Marketing & Development
Specialist
513.782.2488
[email protected]
Money Matters
Navigating through the Financial World at Maple Knoll Communities
Do you have an interest in the financial world or even questions on
where to begin? If so then please consider attending our monthly
Money Matters session. Money Matters is a series of financial
classes offered to residents, members and friends of Maple Knoll
Communities. The courses provide insight into the many aspects of
the world of finance. Presenters hope to take some of the mystery
out of what can often be seemingly mysterious.
Class participants are given regular updates on market activity,
economic indicators and may from time to time be presented with
examples or ideas about financial solutions. These open
discussions allow for attendees to ask a variety of questions and suggestions for upcoming
classes are always encouraged. Recent topics include: Insurance 101, Retiree Financial
Pitfalls, Will and Estate Planning Refresher, Charitable Giving, Everything You Need to Know
About Healthcare Changes That Can Affect Your Finances, New Tax Law Changes and more!
Sponsored by Mowry, Marty and Bain, Inc., Money Matters convenes every fourth Thursday of
the month, except for the month of December, and on the third Thursday of
November because of Thanksgiving. The session is held at 1:30pm at Maple Knoll Village. For
questions please call Michelle Zeis at 513.782.8629. We hope to see you there!