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Creating Beautiful Quilts is a Labor of Love

March 12, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: United Church Homes

Services: Photography, Writing

For Jeannette Trout, quilting has been a family tradition for more than two centuries. As with her mother and grandmother before her, Trout’s quilts are a labor of love — creations that celebrate her family history and have even helped the homeless.

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Faith Drives Service to Others

March 12, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: United Church Homes

Services: Photography, Writing

Long before moving to Trinity Community of Beavercreek, Gene Williams was an avid supporter of its mission and vision.

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Two Roommates Form Tight Bonds

March 12, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: United Church Homes

Services: Photography, Writing

Since moving to Parkvue in 2008, Pat Duck has lived with a handful of roommates. Each was special, but none formed a particularly close bond with her. That changed in 2010 when she met Brooke Eversole.

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A Rewarding Career Continues

March 12, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: United Church Homes

Services: Photography, Writing

Retirement just didn’t suit Judy Zornes. At 70, she has more energy than some people half her age. Zornes has an easy laugh and a zest for life, and sitting around just isn’t her style.

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At Las Ventanas, Love Means Never Having to be Separated

March 7, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

By the time Patricia and Robert Lee got married, they had been friends — and traveling companions — for more than 30 years.

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Love of the Game Makes One Man’s Dreams Come True

March 4, 2013

By: Shannon Hartsoe

Client: United Church Homes

Services: Photography, Writing

Now a resident of Trinity Community of Beavercreek, John Meyer was drafted by the Cleveland Indians out of college in the 1960s.