2015 was a year of expansion for United Church Homes with three new acquisitions and one new management contract, which resulted in a 25 percent growth to our aging services business. UCH also committed capital investments to support key projects at various communities including an aquatic center at Parkvue Community; a completely renovated chapel at Fairhaven Community (including a custom-designed, stained glass window); eight additional cottages at Kroft Commons at Chapel Hill Community; and an upgrade to the Basler Community Center to accommodate the increased needs for enhanced dining services and improved accessibility for the Kroft Commons residents.
Acquired by UCH in 2015, serves nearly 90 residents in historic downtown Marietta with rehabilitation and extended care living services.
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Friendship Village of Columbus
UCH’s newest managed community in NE Columbus serves over 300 residents with independent, assisted, rehabilitation, and extended care living services.
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Acquired in 2015, located on 70 acres northeast of Marietta serves nearly 115 residents with independent and assisted living services.
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Trinity Community at Fairwood
Expanding UCH’s presence in the Dayton market, this Beavercreek apartment community serves over 60 residents with independent living services.
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Rev. Becky King, chaplain, spearheaded the $300K chapel renovation project at UCH’s oldest retirement community that serves over 170 individuals in Upper Sandusky.
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The $2.2 million aquatic center in Sandusky was dedicated in April and made possible by a generous legacy gift from Parkvue benefactress Ruth Frost Parker.
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Chapel Hill Community
The growth of Kroft Commons in Canal Fulton required upgrading the Basler Community Center for improved dining experiences for the residents.