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In Our Own Words

Community. Mutual Giving. Inclusive. Person-Directed.

It’s the people and faces of United Church Homes for whom we celebrate the spirit every day. Where every resident, volunteer, family member, caregiver and employee contributes an important piece to our vision and mission.

It’s the unified body of individuals who deserve friendship, compassion, hope and security. This fellowship is carried and nurtured throughout United Church Homes, where each community embraces every individual as a valued contribution to the greater whole.

“I have been in a lot of hospitals, and been cared for by quite a few people. I have never had as good of care from any caregivers or therapists as I have here at Fast Track Rehab. Everyone here cares for my healing and the progress I make."

josh-rostashJohn Rostash, Rehab Graduate
Fairhaven Community, Upper Sandusky, Ohio

“We believe in the mission and vision of United Church Homes and trust them to give us excellent care.”

john-raineyJohn Rainey, Resident
Parkvue Community, Sandusky, Ohio

“… United Church Homes is well-positioned to not only survive these current economic challenges, but also to grow stronger because of them.”

rev-kenneth-daniel-1Rev. Kenneth Daniel, President and CEO
United Church Homes, Marion, Ohio

“… those who work with the residents day in and day out care deeply about what they do. They really are like family.”

laura farrellLaura Farrell, Administrator
Trinity Community, Beavercreek, Ohio

“We have a lot of dedicated employees who believe in the mission of what we do.”

cheryl wickershamCheryl Wickersham, Vice President for Housing Services
United Church Homes, Marion, Ohio

“When people come to live here, they don’t stop being who they are — their journeys continue.”

ann osbornAnn Osborn, Marketing Director
Fairhaven Community, Upper Sandusky, Ohio

“The memories and lasting friendships made are priceless.”

duane baymanDuane Bayman, Resident
Trinity Community, Beavercreek, Ohio

“They earned the community’s trust and respect by being willing to adapt and change with the needs of the area’s older adults.”

bernie-seiler-son-of-parkvue-resident-dorothy-seilerBernie Seiler, son of Parkvue resident Dorothy Seiler
Parkvue Community, Sandusky, Ohio

“ ... we don’t close doors to people based on who they are or where they are on life’s journey.”

rev. sandra hutchinsonRev. Sandra Hutchinson, Former Chaplain
Chapel Hill Community, Canal Fulton, Ohio

“People here are so good.”

george fagert, residentGeorge Fagert, Resident
Chapel Hill Community, Canal Fulton, Ohio

“I am blessed and thankful for the thousands of individuals and families who make donations to Fairhaven, which makes it possible for me and so many others to live here.”

clark smithClark Smith, Resident
Fairhaven Community, Upper Sandusky, Ohio

“These are the people who treat me like the family I never had, I think of them as my brothers and sisters.”

frank saylor, residentFrank Saylor, Resident
Biimaadiiziiwiin, Ogema, Minn.

“The most important things are your relationship with God, your health and your family."

john-clarkeJohn Clark, Volunteer and Fast Track Rehab Graduate
Four Winds Community, Jackson, Ohio

Corporate News

  • Campaign for Abundant Life

    Posted: December 06, 2018

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  • A Journey from Kenya to Friendship Plaza

    Posted: December 06, 2018

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  • Supporters Honored at Donor Appreciation Events

    Posted: December 04, 2018

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  • UCH Supports Staff Members through Liver Transplant

    Posted: December 04, 2018

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  • Charitable Giving Strategies for Those 70 ½+: The Charitable IRA Rollover

    Posted: December 03, 2018

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UCH Events

  • Monthly Caring for the Caregiver Programs Held at Fairhaven

    Posted: September 05, 2014

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  • Exercise with Brian

    Posted: June 04, 2012

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