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November 30, 2018  RSS feed
Senior Living

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Menorah Manor Celebrates its 33rd Annual Meeting


(L-R) David Marger, Menorah Manor Trustee; Barry Kanner, Menorah Manor Trustee and outgoing Menorah Manor Chair; Bob Weisberg, incoming Menorah Manor Chair; Howard Miller, incoming Menorah Manor Vice Chair & Chair Elect. (L-R) David Marger, Menorah Manor Trustee; Barry Kanner, Menorah Manor Trustee and outgoing Menorah Manor Chair; Bob Weisberg, incoming Menorah Manor Chair; Howard Miller, incoming Menorah Manor Vice Chair & Chair Elect. On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, trustees, donors, staff and community members came together for Menorah Manor’s 33rd 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 Marion and Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center earning the Gold Seal of Approval for Nursing Care Center Accreditation from the Joint Commission. This accreditation is a symbol of quality that reflects Menorah Manor’s commitment to providing safe and effective resident care.

Other highlights include the Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence receiving its seventh deficiency free survey in a row from the Agency for Health Care Administration, as well as Menorah Manor implementing PointClick- Care, one of the leading electronic health records and financial accounting software systems in longterm care.


(L-R) Shelley Lynn, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee; Bob Weisberg, incoming Menorah Manor Chair; Cindy Weisberg; Jackie Kanner, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee. (L-R) Shelley Lynn, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee; Bob Weisberg, incoming Menorah Manor Chair; Cindy Weisberg; Jackie Kanner, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee. Robert Goldstein, chief executive officer, told the gathering: “I want to thank all of you for your continued support and dedication to Menorah Manor’s mission. You can never be thanked enough for your time and commitment. We could not accomplish all that we do without you.”



(L-R) Forrest Feld; Sarah Feld, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee. (L-R) Forrest Feld; Sarah Feld, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee.

(L-R) Arlene Ludin; Ann Soble, Menorah Manor Foundation Vice Chair; Jim Soble; Marilyn Sapperstein, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee; Stephanie Stein, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee. (L-R) Arlene Ludin; Ann Soble, Menorah Manor Foundation Vice Chair; Jim Soble; Marilyn Sapperstein, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee; Stephanie Stein, new Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee.

(L-R) Judy Ludin, chief development and community relations officer; Susie Berman, Menorah Manor Foundation Chair; Judi Gordon, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee. (L-R) Judy Ludin, chief development and community relations officer; Susie Berman, Menorah Manor Foundation Chair; Judi Gordon, Menorah Manor Foundation Trustee.

(L-R): Trustees Phyllis Dorian Schoenberg and Edie Seligman; Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild President; Robert Goldstein, chief executive officer. (L-R): Trustees Phyllis Dorian Schoenberg and Edie Seligman; Barbara Baughman, Menorah Manor Guild President; Robert Goldstein, chief executive officer.

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