Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Brethren Retirement Community inducted into The Annie Oakley Golf Tournament Hall Of Fame

(Left to right) Ed Curry, Annie Oakley Golf Tournament Chairman presenting Hall of Fame plaque to John Warner, President/CEO of Brethren Retirement Community

The Annie Oakley Golf Tournament Committee recently inducted Brethren Retirement Community into the Hall of Fame, which was established in 2006, the year of the tournament’s 25th anniversary. Criteria for this honor was decided by the committee and consists of long term participation, enthusiasm, and support of the committee’s goals in helping Darke County cancer patients. Brethren Retirement Community is a Christian, not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community, celebrating over a century of service to older adults of all faiths. They provide services and levels of care so residents can remain on the same campus, keeping their friendships intact while maintaining their relationship with trusted staff members.

As healthcare needs change, the resident can seamlessly transition to the next level of care. Brethren Retirement Community is committed to expressing Christ’s love for their residents by providing the finest quality of care and services.

John Warner, CEO accepted the award from Ed Curry, chairman of the golf tournament. The golf committee is very much appreciative of the support that Brethren Retirement Community has given over the years.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Featured Posts

/* Track outbound links in Google Analytics */