Friday, May 20, 2011

State of the Heart Hospice Delivers Birthday Cake to 100 year old

Gathered around Leah, left to right, State of the Heart Chaplain John Nunnally, State of the Heart Marketing Manager Laurie Brumbaugh, and State of the Heart Health Aide Pam Singer.
State of the Heart Hospice staff members delivered a birthday cake Thursday, May 19, to Leah Rhoades who turned 100 years old that day. “My, this is so special,” said Leah when the cake was delivered by State of the Heart Chaplain John Nunnally. “I don’t want to cut it for awhile. I want people to see it,” added the life-long Darke County resident. The cake was baked by a State of the Heart volunteer. Leah, a State of the Heart patient, celebrated her birthday at a party Saturday at the Brethrens Retirement Community where she resides. The State of the Heart staff sang “Happy Birthday” to Leah, who later recalled she had saved some black raspberry ice cream. “I think I will have that with my cake,” she said.

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