Dear Ms. Fye,
I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt thanks to you and your entire staff, particularly Steve Reese, Tanya Holcomb, and the Memory Care Unit personnel for the quality of care you gave my brother, Scott Wentz, while with you.
Other than when Scott was hospitalized late last year and the occasional a-day-here and a-day-there respite with a family friend, he had never spent time away from me the past twenty years. I was hesitant at best about leaving him with anyone I didn’t know or trust that they would care for him like family.
Happily, I can say I found that place at your Avenue of Macedonia.
When Kim and I returned from vacation and went to the facility to bring him back home, I didn’t know what to expect. I was told in advance by others to be prepared for the possibility of a decline in him both mentally and physically. They could not have been more wrong. He was alert, talkative, smiling, and more active than when we brought him there. I enjoyed watching his interaction with several of the other residents and how kind they were as they told him goodbye, shaking his hand or giving him a big hug all along the way. He was happy ... and so am I.Thank you for becoming part of Scott’s extended family!
Mark C. Wentz
Avenue at Macedonia
9730 Valley View Road
Macedonia, Ohio 44056
Phone (330) 748-8800
Fax (330) 908-1261