Cuyahoga Falls, OH, November 10, 2020 ― Every year, Western Reserve Hospital pays tribute to Veterans across Northeast Ohio with a free luncheon and pinning ceremony. To maintain and encourage health protocols in 2020, they partnered with the Western Reserve Hospital Senior Coalition to honor local Veterans with yard signs, posters and gift bags delivered to their homes.
Over 500 Veterans throughout Northeast Ohio, a fraction of the hundreds of thousands of Veterans in the state, received signs to display in time for Veterans Day, November 11. Watch the video summary here.
Honoring Veterans is an opportunity never missed by Western Reserve Hospital, who stays connected to community members in many ways through partnerships with local businesses, drive-through events, in-house art exhibits and more, even as the world fights the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Western Reserve Hospital Senior Coalition is made up of representatives from local nursing homes, hospice centers, rehabilitation facilities, assisted living organizations and the like that are dedicated to senior citizens.
Members of the group that sponsored the Veterans Day sign delivery, include: Altercare of Cuyahoga Falls, Harbor Light Hospice, Life Hearing and Balance, Sprenger Health Care Systems, Angel Care Home Health, Heritage of Hudson, Longmeadow Care Center, St. Luke Lutheran Community, Arden Courts - Memory Care, Highland Square Healthcare, ManorCare Barberton, Summit Home Health Services of Menorah Park, Continuing Healthcare of Cuyahoga Falls, Hospice of the Western Reserve, Mulberry Gardens Gracious Retirement/ Assisted Living, The Koewler Law Firm, Danbury Senior Living of Hudson, Hudson Meadows Retirement, Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice, The Village of St. Edward, Daniel P. Seink Co., LTD, InCare Ohio Home Health & Hospice and Pleasant View Health Care Center.
State Road, Cuyahoga Falls Jack Kilway, Veteran
Mr. Giorgio, Veteran Mr. Sample, Veteran
Thank you to our sponsors!