The Vision Becomes a Reality
Our two new Memory Care Centers in Medina and Waterville, Ohio are in the final stages of construction. Nearing completion, we are wrapping up the successful capital campaigns by paying attention to special details regarding recognizing the tremendous gifts received from donors statewide and to host ribbon cutting ceremonies at each location in July 2013 where James F. Easterling, Grand Master of the Ohio Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons will officially open the Centers.
Please plan to join us for the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies in July 2013.
8883 Browning Dr.
4931 Nettleton Road
Now that the buildings are complete and the vision is reality, the real work begins. In August 2013, we will offer innovative memory care programming statewide at all three Ohio Masonic Home senior living communities which include; Springfield Masonic Community, Western Reserve Masonic Community, and Browning Masonic Community. It takes our breath away and we feel like repeating it again; it is truly breathtaking. We hope that you feel the same sense of humble appreciation and enthusiastic awe that we experience when we realize how near we are to opening the doors of these new Memory Care Centers. Over the course of the last several months our Leadership Staff has put in the work to create and further expand our Memory Care Programming at OMH that sets us apart from all others in our field. Plain and simple, these buildings will be life changers for many families for many years to come. The Ohio Masonic Home Foundation Staff is committed to continue to offer donors the opportunity to support our Memory Care programming in various ways. Most notably, we have Memory Care Paver Programs at all three campuses now that will be beautiful visible expressions of the support and passion that so many people have for excellent memory care statewide at OMH. Also, on the 3rd Saturday of August each year we host the Annual Michael T. Puskarich Miracle Miles for Memory Care Road Rally that benefits Memory Care statewide. Many people for many years have poured foresight and generosity in a true act of love to make this happen.
Thank you for making the vision a reality.
Tom Stofac, CEO Jay Dettorre, COO Cathy Wigton, OMHF President