We have received the clock inscribed, "United Methodist Homes 2011". Thank you. We shall most certainly use and appreciate it.
Over the years, our support of the United Methodist Homes has been in remembrance of my mother, Hazel Brown Anderson. She resided in what was then Epworth Manor in Ocean Grove. She was treated with great care and affection and made a number of splendid friends there.
We are not people of considerable wealth, but shall always be grateful for the kind ways in which she was treated in her sunset years and will contribute a portion of our tithe as long as we live.
James F. Anderson
I would like to thank you and all of your personnel for the fine manner in which our mother Mary R. Frederick was taken care of while in Pitman Manor.
She had been a resident for over 14 years with the last two and a-half in healthcare. She never had a bad thing to say about the care she received while in healthcare and residential. Mom's last six months were a little hard on her and the nursing staff never stopped trying to figure out what to do.
When mother passed away your personnel were so caring for my sister and my feelings. The nurses tried all they could to honor our feelings and the proper respect was shown for our mother.
Again, I would like to thank you and all your people for making mother's stay in the Pitman Manor in both the good times and the not so good times, a good stay. Mother loved the Pitman Manor!
The Family of Mary R. Frederick
Judy, Charlotte and Bill
Just a note of thanks to all those who took care of The Shores at Wesley Manor residents during the 2011 Hurricane Irene evacuation. From the executive director on down, everyone did an excellent job of seeing that we got safely to the hotel with our boxes of clothes, etc.
The bus was excellent. We were well taken care of at the hotel with delicious meals served with a smile. The hotel was more than I had hoped for. There was an opportunity to swim, read, watch television, walk on a treadmill machine, or just sleep.
I am grateful for the Sunday worship service. Please thank all those who organized and participated. Also, I was very well satisfied with the hotel, the staff, and the food. I believe the hotel supplied the breakfasts and they had a wide choice. I am a big breakfast eater, so I enjoyed that.
To our staff, thank you so much for taking such good care of us. God bless you is my prayer.
Edgar A. Smith and his wife Charlotte, members of the Wesleyan Society, have been loyal donors to the Fellowship Fund for more than a decade. Speaking for both himself and his wife, Mr. Smith gave a testimonial during the Donor Appreciation Tea at Bristol Glen. Here are a few excerpts.
We cannot tell you how pleased we are that my husband’s father is very happy to be at The Shores at Wesley Manor. He felt welcome immediately. Keep up the wonderful work for folks like him.
Rev. Judith L. Krieger
The Fellowship Fund promise of not asking anyone to leave because of inability to pay is a big plus. It’s connects us to stewardship and social responsibility to our elders.
It’s wonderful that we have Christian homes such as these. The residents are very well cared for and seem to live long and useful lives.