UPPER SANDUSKY [May 26, 2020] – Fairhaven Community is celebrating high school and college graduates and their family members who live and work at the United Church Homes senior living community in Upper Sandusky.
The leadership team has been creatively addressing the grief and disappointment that many Fairhaven graduates and their families are feeling due to the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Staff members have joined residents, while distancing, to safely celebrate the graduates in a variety of ways.
“It was important for us to find a way to recognize this important milestone in the lives of Fairhaven graduates and their families,” Administrator Jean Smith said. “We want to congratulate these graduates along with all their peers in the area.”
Fairhaven Graduates and Families
Army National Guard: Grace Sayre (daughter of Joy Sayre)
Marion Technical College Nursing Program: Rebecca Brodman (daughter of Ann Brodman)
Owens Community College Nursing Program: Zach Schoenberger (employee and son of staff member Cathy Schoenberger)
Carey High School: McKenzie Row (granddaughter of staff member Mike Niederkohr)
Hardin Northern High School: Brayden Flowers (son of staff member Doreen Flowers)
Marion Harding High School: Katelynn Wolford
Mohawk High School: Hannah King (daughter of staff member Rev. Dr. Becky King)
Upper Sandusky High School: Nayeli Ayala and Miriam Gutierrez (employees) and Madison Thompson (employee and daughter of staff member Jess Hushour); Lilliayn Gibson (employee and daughter of staff member Ann Osborn); Jacob Schwilk (son of staff member Debbie Schwilk); Brett Montgomery (son of staff member Beth Montgomery); and Nick Stuckey (grandson of resident Lois Stuckey).
About Fairhaven Community: Fairhaven Community offers independent and assisted living, long-term care, short-term rehabilitation and holistic, person-directed memory care services on its beautiful campus. Its mission is to transform aging by building a culture of community, wholeness and peace.
About United Church Homes: United Church Homes, headquartered in Marion, is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit providers of senior living and affordable housing for older adults, with over 75 communities in 14 states and two Native American nations. UCH is a faith-inspired organization in covenant with the United Church of Christ and welcomes residents of all faiths.
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