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Belmont Village marks 20 years by saying thanks, giving back

December 21, 2018

Belmont Village Senior Living celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first community by honoring history, staff, and its longstanding commitment to serving seniors and their families.

Festivities featured the recognition of employees who have served Belmont Village West University more than a decade, including three with 20 years of service. The staff also turned the tables on Belmont Village co-founder and CEO Patricia Will, presenting her with a bouquet of flowers and a plaque of appreciation.

“I am so honored to have had the opportunity to bring this vision to life with such a dedicated team,” Will said. “Most of all, I’m proud that as we’ve grown and evolved, we’ve remained true to our mission to create a community where residents, staff and families can continue to grow and thrive.”

Guests and staff also participated in a silent auction benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association, one of many fundraising efforts Belmont Village has hosted as a leading donor for the organization.

“The inspiration and impetus for Belmont Village came from my own family’s search for the right place to care for my mother-in-law, Josephine, who was struggling with symptoms of early Alzheimer’s. We were ultimately unsuccessful in that search, but it opened my eyes to an unmet need,” Will said. “We will always lend our support to this cause until there is a cure.”

To learn more, call Belmont Village Hunters Creek, 713-781-1505, or Belmont Village West University, 713-592-9200, or visit www.belmontvillage.com.