Many have helped in many ways to make the new wing at Good Samaritan Society’s Wolf Memorial Home a reality.
Many will help in the future, speakers predicted at a groundbreaking last Thursday, Nov. 3. The ceremony recognized all those who stepped forward to support construction of the new 20-bed skilled nursing wing that will soon be rising at the Albion nursing home.
Addressing the crowd and participating in the groundbreaking ceremony were Kerry Davidson, GSS-Albion administrator; Jim Droppers, regional director of operations for Good Samaritan Society; Bill Schriver, advisory board member and chairman of the capital campaign; Jim Wells, a strong supporter of the GSS-Albion campus; Jay Wolf, representing the Wolf Foundation, and Linda Kerkman, an RN with GSS-Albion who spoke on behalf of staff and residents.
Details in the Nov. 9 Albion News Print & Electronic Editions.