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December 2, 2016  RSS feed
Senior Living

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Menorah Manor Celebrates its 31st Annual Meeting


Brennan Hervey, new Menorah Manor Foundation trustee. Brennan Hervey, new Menorah Manor Foundation trustee. On Thursday, November 10, 2016, approximately 100 trustees, donors and staff came together for Menorah Manor’s 31st Annual Meeting. The meeting highlighted the exciting accomplishments that were made during the past year.

One of the biggest successes of the year was the Operation Upgrade campaign, which far surpassed fundraising goals to renovate the nursing stations and hallways on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The 2nd floor is currently under renovation; when completed, the 3rd floor renovation will begin. The extra money raised will be used for additional enhancements on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

A major highlight from the past year was Menorah Manor’s chief medical officer, Dr. David LeVine, being named Medical Director of the Year by the Society for Post-Acute and Long- Term Care Medicine. This national recognition was bestowed upon Dr. LeVine at the society’s annual conference in March in front of hundreds of his colleagues. This award recognizes medical directors who have set an outstanding example for physicianleaders in the long-term care field.


(L-R) Howard Miller, Esq., Menorah Manor secretary; Dr. Michael Slomka; Jim B. Soble, Esq. (L-R) Howard Miller, Esq., Menorah Manor secretary; Dr. Michael Slomka; Jim B. Soble, Esq. Robert Goldstein, Menorah Manor Chief Executive Officer, told the gathering: “Without your support we wouldn’t be able to accomplish much of what we do. It’s so gratifying and meaningful to know that your commitment is unwavering and our community is behind us.”



(L-R) Susan Goldstein; Gladys Schutz, Menorah Manor Foundation treasurer; Scott Daniels, Menorah Manor Senior Living secretary; Rabbi Leah Herz, director of spiritual care. (L-R) Susan Goldstein; Gladys Schutz, Menorah Manor Foundation treasurer; Scott Daniels, Menorah Manor Senior Living secretary; Rabbi Leah Herz, director of spiritual care.

(L-R) Roy Siegle; Gladys Schutz, Menorah Manor Foundation treasurer; Robert Goldstein, chief executive officer. (L-R) Roy Siegle; Gladys Schutz, Menorah Manor Foundation treasurer; Robert Goldstein, chief executive officer.

(L-R) Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild president, sits with Susie Berman, Menorah Manor Foundation chair, and Steve Klein, Menorah Manor Senior Living chair, as they listen to Menorah Manor CEO Robert Goldstein speak. (L-R) Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild president, sits with Susie Berman, Menorah Manor Foundation chair, and Steve Klein, Menorah Manor Senior Living chair, as they listen to Menorah Manor CEO Robert Goldstein speak.

Barry Kanner, Menorah Manor chair, speaks at the 31st annual meeting. Barry Kanner, Menorah Manor chair, speaks at the 31st annual meeting.

(L-R) Marilyn Sapperstein; Mark Klein; Phyllis Dorian Schoenberg, Menorah Manor Senior Living treasurer; Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild president; Gregory Fox, Esq.; Steve Klein, Menorah Manor Senior Living chair. (L-R) Marilyn Sapperstein; Mark Klein; Phyllis Dorian Schoenberg, Menorah Manor Senior Living treasurer; Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild president; Gregory Fox, Esq.; Steve Klein, Menorah Manor Senior Living chair.

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