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2016-2017 Annual Report

Published by Menorah Manor, 2017-11-10 13:42:50

Description: Annual Report 2016-2017


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Annual Impact Report 2016-2017

Our Visionaries Menorah Manor Menorah Manor Senior LivingBernard “Barry” Kanner, Esq. Steve Klein Chair Chair Robert Weisberg, Ph.D. David Bernstein, M.D. Vice Chair & Chair Elect Vice Chair David S. Delrahim, Esq. Phyllis Dorian Schoenberg Treasurer Treasurer Howard Miller, Esq. Scott Daniels Secretary Secretary Robert Goldstein, MHA Robert Goldstein, MHA Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive OfficerN aomi Abel, M.D David Marger Barbara Baughman Dell KrugBarbara Baughman Errol Pegler Eric Ludin, Esq.Susie Klemow Berman Bernie Sapperstein Jeffrey R. Pegler, Esq.Ruth Glickman Steven B. Warren, M.D. Saul Rachelson Linda Reimer, RN, MHASteve Klein David A. Wein, M.D.Larry Krug, Esq. Stephen Wein, Esq.Eric Ludin, Esq. “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”Cover photo of resident Sol Fishman by Beth Reynolds 1

\"We make a livliinfegbbyywwhhaattwweeggievte,.\"but we make aTrustee Marilyn Benjamin with Susie Klemow Judy Ludin, chief development & communicationsBerman, Menorah Manor Foundation Chair. officer, with Trustee Gladys Schutz.Menorah Manor FoundationSusie KlemChoawir Berman BrenTrneaansuHreerrveyAVnicneVC.hSaoirb le SusaSnecSrecthawryartz Robert Goldstein, MHA Chief Executive OfficerBarbara Baughman Jackie Kanner Sally SiegelMarilyn Benjamin Kevin Lane Roy Siegle*Marietta Drucker Melinda Lebowitz Chip WeinmanJohn Engel Marilyn LeVine Jonathan H. Weinman, D.D.S.Betsy Englander Morris LeVine, M.D. Phyllis WernerGregory A. Fox, Esq. Paul Samson Honorary Board Member:Judith Fine Gordon Marilyn Sapperstein Irwin “Wally”Wallace*Michael Gross Ronna SharpBarbara Samson Guterman Jan Sher * 0f Blessed Memory 2

In MemoriamWe are deeply saddened by the passing of these extremely valued members of the Menorah Manor family during the past year. May their memories be a blessing. FoDuonrdoetrhsyADssuotcciahteiorn Trustee, Guild MSeomnbyear,MFoilulenrders Association LoreTrnuPstoelelack TrusteWe,ilFloiaumndeSrhsaApsesoraciation TrustPeaet,rFiocuiandKe.rSshAasvsolacination Trustee, FRoouyndSeiersgAlessociation Trustee, Founding BoaDrdonofSGilovveerrbneorrsg, Founders Association \"In all that we do, we remember them.\" 3

Words of GratitudeSamson Nursing Center Resident Joan Lever with 31-year employee Ray Teasdale, Director of Therapeutic Recreation.This is where I belong. The aides are here with smiles on their faces, I’m beinggiven the best care…I couldn’t have asked for anything better than this.Excellent care. Top notch facility. Wonderful staff.I am very fortunate that my mom is living at Menorah Manor. She receives 4the best care. The staff members are always so kind and helpful. I reallyappreciate the caring, pleasant staff.

Board ChairsIt is gratifying to see how Menorah Manor has grown to serve the needs of our seniors, alwaysfulfilling the vision of our Founders, to provide the best possible care in a warm, homelike, Jewishenvironment. Whether it is rehabilitation, adult day care, assisted living, skilled nursing, orAlzheimer’s care, the goal is always to provide the most appropriate care in the most appropriatesetting.The Marion and Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center had an extremely busy year, due to the popularityof the short term rehabilitation program, Renew You. Our Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence,now in its 14th year, continues to attract those who desire an intimate, cozy setting, inclose proximity to the Samson Nursing Center.BMeernnaorrda“hBMarrayn”oKraCnhneari,rEsq. SMFuoesunienodKralaethmioMonwaCnBhoearrimr an SMSteeenvnieooKrralLehiinvMinagnCohrairDonations to the highly successful Operation Upgrade campaign continued to come in, andare being used for much needed renovations in The Marion and Bernard L. Samson NursingCenter. Of special mention is a large gift from the Sephardic Home for the AgedFoundation, to be used specifically for renovations and furnishings for the dining room locatedin the Weinman Alzheimer’s Care Village.During the past year, Menorah Manor continued its track record of sound financial management.The board and staff work continually to take appropriate measures to ensure the strength of ouroperations. The sale of the Inn on the Pond significantly strengthened our financial position,and now is allowing us to concentrate on the “mother ship,” our St. Petersburg campus. 5

Menorah Manor continues to thrive and offer many necessary programs for the community; pleasesee the back page which highlights all our wonderful programs. The Foundation grew significantlythis year, and is so grateful to this community for its continued financial support:• A successful Annual Membership Campaign is still widely supported throughout theTampa Bay area.• The Founders Association continues to cultivate new members for this important leadershipgroup. The newest members, the RFLP Group (Linsky/Rosenblatt families) and the Menorah ManorGuild, received their crystal menorahs at a Founders reception.• The Planned Giving Program continues to move successfully ahead, with bequests being amajor factor. The Legacy Society, a group of individuals who have notified us that they have includedthe Menorah Manor Foundation in their will, gained several new members this year. The Foundationreceived a transformational anonymous gift; we will be forever grateful for this gift, which ensuresthe future of Menorah Manor.We look forward to working together with everyone to continue Menorah Manor’s mission of providingenlightened care for all of our seniors. 2016-2017 Committee ChairsMenorah Manor Menorah Manor Foundation Menorah Manor Senior LivingExecutive Committee Executive Committee Executive CommitteeBernard “Barry” Kanner, Esq. Susie Klemow Berman Steve KleinClient Services and Ethics Finance & Investment Client Services and EthicsCommittee Committee CommitteeRuth Glickman Brennan Hervey David Bernstein, M.D.Environment Committee Membership Campaign Marketing & AmbassadorsBernard “Barry” Kanner, Esq. Committee Committee Susie Klemow Berman Scott DanielsFinance & Investment Committee Phyllis Dorian SchoenbergDavid S. Delrahim, Esq. Remembrance Wall Committee Morris LeVine, M.D. 6Nominating CommitteeRobert Weisberg, Ph.D. Nominating Committee Susie Klemow Berman

Guild President The Menorah Manor Guild’syear was busy with projects that enhance the lives of our residents. We funded the purchase of a laptop computer that allows streaming of movies and concerts. We continue to provide money for bingo prizes and fresh flower arrange- ments weekly for all new residents. The café and gift shop is thriving. In addition to cookies, we now sell hot lunch entrees and soup, all prepared fresh daily by our talented and wonderful dining services staff, led by Michael Soronen, director of dining services. Popular items in the shop include jewelry, clothing, house-ware and gift items, greeting cards and Judaica items.On January 11th, we will be hosting “Secrets of the Vinoy,” a docent led tour, followed by a lovelyluncheon at the Vinoy Hotel on the waterfront of beautiful downtown St. Petersburg.This year, the Guild was proud to give a check for $18,000.00 to the Menorah ManorFoundation. The Guild and I will continue to do the very best we can to ensure that our residentsfeel safe, comfortable, cared for and loved.Sincerely,Barbara Baughman 7

Menorah Manor Guild Officers President: Barbara Baughman Immediate Past President: Linda Reimer Treasurer: Linda Goldman Recording Secretary: Tobia Schuster Corresponding Secretary: Linda Reimer Committee ChairsSamson Nursing Center Gift Shop: Barbara Baughman & Jackie Kanner Publicity/Bulletin: Linda Reimer Ways & Means: Deanna Susskind & Lynda Fontana Volunteer to The Weinman Residence: Linda Reimer Membership: Marian Wolfert\"Deeds of loving kindness are equal in weight to all of the commandments.\" 8

Chief Executive Officer Another year has gone by, and our desire to provide the highest standards of care to those we serve remains constant. We have met numerous challenges which have served to strengthen our organization. Our future is bright and we are better positioned to meet the ever changing health care needs of seniors in our community. This past year our boards made some tough decisions. They approved the sale of The Inn on the Pond, to ensure the future of our St. Petersburg campus; the Samson Nursing Center and Toby Weinman RChobieefrtEGxoelcdustteivine,OMfHfiAcer Assisted Living Residence. After 5 years of operation, the sale came as a result of financial challenges, unforeseen changes in the marketplace andthe rapidly changing reimbursement landscape. The decision was a very difficult one, but anecessary one. With the sale complete, our organization is financially stronger and in a much betterposition to concentrate on our core mission of providing the best possible care in a warm, homelike,Jewish environment.Hurricane Irma posed a major threat to our area, and to Menorah Manor. Thanks to thoughtfulplanning by our trustees and donors, our emergency generators allowed our residents’ care to continueseamlessly; we never lost power for more than several seconds, and when we did, our generatorsquickly powered up. The nursing center and assisted living residence were filled with hard workingemployees who never missed a beat throughout the entire storm. 9

We had approximately 200 of our employees’ family members take shelter here, as wellas their pets! We provided their children with day care for a week, as the Pinellas Countyschools suspended classes during the Hurricane. The teamwork that transpired at TheSamson Nursing Center and The Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence before, duringand after the hurricane was remarkable. I am so grateful and proud of team Menorah!Our trustees’ dedication is an inspiration. A special thank you to Barry Kanner, Menorah Manorchair, Susie Berman, Foundation chair and Steve Klein, Senior Living chair, for your leadership.A big thank you to our donors for their continued generosity. Your support helps to fundimprovements, such as renovations and new equipment, which improves the lives of our residents.I am proud that Menorah Manor won the Jewish Programming Award of the Year from theAssociation of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) for our YOUniversity program. Menorah ManorYOUniversity, funded by an innovation grant from the Jewish Federation of Pinellas and PascoCounties, is an educational program that gives residents the opportunity to take classes in auniversity-style setting.I feel privileged to serve as chief executive officer for Menorah Manor, and look forward to workingwith all of you to continue Menorah's mission into the future.Executive Staff Heidi Celichowski, RHIT Joan McCabe, RN Director of Health Information Services Director of Quality ServicesRobert Goldstein, MHA Melissa D. DiGiacomo, PHRChief Executive Officer Director of Human Resources Kim McFaddenDavid LeVine, M.D. Rabbi Leah M. Herz, MAHL Director of Social ServicesChief Medical Officer Director of Spiritual CareJudy Ludin, CFRE Jennifer Hutchinson, RN, RAC-CT Jennifer Molaskey, LPNChief Development & Director of Care Planning Director of the Irv WeissmanCommunity Relations Chris Jefferson, LPN, MS.ED Adult Day CenterOfficer Director of Resident Services, The TobyDonna Perryman, CPA Weinman Assisted Living Residence Wayne RoachChief Financial Officer Gwen Kaldenberg, MSW Director of MaintenanceRenee Lipman, MLS Director of Bresler Alzheimer’s Disease &Executive Assistant Related Disorders Program Michael Soronen, CEC Roxanne J. Joachim, BSN, RN Director of Dining Services,Department Directors Director of Post-Acute Services Housekeeping & Laundry Angi Lemley, MOT OTR/LBonnie Berman, MSW, Director of Rehabilitation Ray Teasdale, ACCPh.D., BCC Director of Therapeutic RecreationDirector of Volunteers andCommunity Services Cheryl Wagner Director of Admissions Greg Yann 10 Controller

Operation Upgrade Supporters (as of October 16, 2017)Thank you to the following donors for making the Samson Nursing Center renovations possible:Visionary PatronCarl Glassberg Jackie and Barry KannerEstate of Sarah OhlhausenMarion Samson-Joseph* Mitzvah MakersGladys Schutz Barbara BaughmanAThgeedSeFopuhnarddaitcioHnome for the Marilyn Benjamin Mimi and John Engel Miller Family Foundation Susan and Robert Goldstein Judi and Mark Gordon Amy and Steve KleinDBHRFeauLbrirPlbideiGeetrtr&osLuiJepobeLelLrMLmPoamn*berg Dell and Larry Krug Judy and Eric Ludin Marilyn and Morris LeVine Moore Stephens Lovelace, P.A. Annette and Paul SamsonTo Life Phyllis Dorian SchoenbergBERsoottnahntmeieoaafnnTFedasAms rMitlyoKruFropisupnedrmataionn Ann and Jim Soble Helaine and Zunya SolcFriends Roy Siegle*Susie and Ira Berman Cindy and Bob WeisbergSusie and Alan Schwartz Steven Warren Phyllis and Sid Werner SupportersSustainer Shelly LynnTerri and Paul MevoliJodi and Peter Marmerstein David MargerSonya Miller* Marilyn and Bernie Sapperstein Bette Sharp 11 *Of blessed memory

Endowment Funds: (as of October 16, 2017)GrantsTJPuhunebelJixeBwaSuuismphegFraemrddaenrrkeaerttiGoCnehlobarfaiPrttiienFseolulansdaantidonPasco CountiesThe Sephardic Home for the Aged FoundationMr. & Mrs. Arnie RossAnonymous The Bresler Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders FundSpiritual Care Fund(Remembrance Walls) Janis Rosenthal & Jeff Rinkoff Vicki & Roger SchwartzbergPSBPtahaetryrvrliylecisiG&a&rHLaLiuana ndrsrayoGnF irsahum an The Marilyn & Irv Weissman CommunityMary & Robert Levenson Care FundIris SalzerSusan Sbar SRMhoaenrltilhy&a&S&tJeoDpsahevpeindh IKFgoiemrle mr el BRMroaeyxniSdniaeegS&lheMa*v airntin Solomon Toby Nastir & Mel Myers Lois & Peter Pardoll The Foundation also maintains the following funds:TCDHDhoaaoellir.isocTHyztohyJebamyrycC&aoWhnbHaesWerionintenmarinybAablcHneetaiCArvlgpasitsreEyeirnsEitEndennodHddwooLomwsiwvpmeimincnegeetnnRFEttuenFFnsduuidodnnweddnmceenFtuFnudndThe Albert A. Belson Endowment FundGail S. Warren Volunteer Education FundIrwin & Sonya Miller Family Charitable Rehabilitation Care Endowment FundSLSTehaeerneai&MhorA&aLr.JiLsv.heiPnaoalgnlrdaSCroeodildmlYLeamengcueRtnureirEstediydsuhEecninpadttFioMouwnunmasdilceEn&ntdCFouuwlntmudreanl At FrtusnFdundMeyer Abrams Concert Series FundWeinman Jewish Hospice Fund FoWuendsiantcioenrelOy fafipcoeTl:oh(ga7in2zke7)iy-fo3wu0e2to-h3aa8vl8le8oinf-aowduvwrewsrut.empnpetolnyrotorearmsh.imttaendoyro.ourrg/ndaomnea.te *Of Blessed Memory 12

Founders Association Founders Association members have bound themselves to Menorah Manor's standard of excellence througha major financial commitment. They are committed to providing leadership, planning and are partners in our mission.The Allweiss-Pardoll Families Shirley & Joel Grossman* RFLP Group, LLLP Lee & Abe Pardoll* Menorah Manor Guild Doris & Frank Rosenblatt Lois & Peter M. Pardoll The Halprin Family Estate of Rose & Louis Rosenthal Helen & Allen Allweiss Diane & Arnie Ross Rose & Irving Halprin* Marion B. Ross*Anonymous Rouben Halprin* Thelma & Maurice Rothman*Judith & Barry Alpert Irma & Hal* Hillman The Rutenberg FamiliesMarvin Aronovitz Jacqueline & Murray JacobsJoan & Mickey* Baskin The Jacobson Family Jane & Arthur RutenburgThe Baum-Marger Families Martin Jacobson Isa & Charles Rutenberg* Richard Jacobson Joan & Daniel Rutenberg Theresa & Herman Baum Sharyn Jacobson Suzanne & Saul Schechter Mary Ann & Bruce Marger Mini & Harold Wolf* Erika Schnabel*Marilyn & Philip* Benjamin Marion Samson-Joseph* & Jerry Schneider*Joan & Gerald Benstock John Joseph* Schoenbaum Family FoundationSusie & Ira Berman Alyce* & Edward Kalin Betty SchoenbaumLillian Berni* Jackie & Bernard Kanner Jeffry SchoenbaumMona & Sam Bines Bobbe & George Karpay* Joann Schoenbaum MillerEstate of Toby Rothbardt Bresler Leonore & Walter Kessler* Gladys SchutzThe Buchman Family Sarah Kleinfield* Lea & Marshall Seiden Cookie & Jacob Buchman Sheila and Maitland* Knapp Pam & Eric* Sekeres Freida & Louis Buchman* The Kroll Family Edie & Leonard* SeligmanShirley & Fred Buns* Shoshana & Lewis Kroll Betty & Melvin SemblerRivy Chapman Jule Kroll* Rose & William* ShaperaDorothy & Irving Cohen & Sons Bonnie & Art Kupperman Pat & Arnold* Shavlan Dorothy & Irving Cohen* Dell & Larry Krug Jan & Craig Sher April & Andrew Cohen Karessa & Stuart Lasher Sally & Harold* Siegel Lori* & Gary Cohen Lila & Howard* Lawrence Siegel Family TrustThe Manny & Ruthy Cohen Foundation Beatrice & Jack Levine* Sally SiegelBetty & Joseph* Damsker Marilyn & Morris LeVine Shelia & Todd SiegelBen Diamond* Linsky-LeVine Family Mindy SiegelDorothy & Ralph Dutcher* Francine & Bruce LeVine* Bette & Roy Siegle*Renee Druban* Gerry & Eugene Linsky* Lois SilbermanBetsy & Leonard Englander Loretta & Marshall Linsky* William Silver*The Esrick Family Lidia & Felix Linetsky The Silverberg Family Esther & Albert Esrick* Harriet Lieberman Jane & Donald* Silverberg Joan & Jerry Esrick* Roslyn & Fred Lieberman* Helen Silverberg*Kiki & Steven Esrick Edie* & Walter Loebenberg Sandy & Michael SlomkaEllie & Samuel* Fishman Aida Mack* Ann & Jim SobleThe Herman Forbes Charitable Trust Samuel J. Mack* Shirley Solomon Ellen Fleece Estate of Raymond E. Meyer Selma Stein* William Fleece, Esq. Ida & Stanley Michels* Barbara & Joseph Sterensis Sidney Richman* Irving C. Miller* Col. Hyman Weinberg*The Fyvolent-Sudakow Families Sonya & Irwin Miller* Toby & Melvin Weinman Foundation Carolyn & Lowell Fyvolent* Debbie & Joel Momberg Toby & Melvin Weinman* Frances & Michael R. Sudakow* Toby Nastir & Mel Myers Beverly & \"Chip\" WeinmanBelle* & Allan Gee Sarah & George Olhausen* Jan & Jon WeinmanJune Baumgardner Gelbart* & Jean & Sylvan Orloff* Marilyn & Irving Weissman* Benjamin Gelbart* Donna & Jerry Orns* Westshore Glass CorporationIrene* & Carl Glassberg Fagl & Ronald* Oxman Ann & Link* ElozoryDorothy & Maurice* Goldblatt Audrey & David* Pearlman Marie & David* HymanRoberta Golding* Diane & Stanley* Person Marcella* & Lawrence TellesLillian & Sidney Grau* Lee & Saul Rachelson Jean & Ted* WittnerDiane & Julius Green* Annette Raymund* Sharyn R. WittnerSamuel Greenberg L. Robert Rolde* Sue Wolfson*Rae & Victor Greenberg* 13

Menorah Manor Foundation Legacy Society Membership (as of October 16, 2017) You are the Guardians of Our Future The Meestnaotreas hofMmaannoyroFfoouunrdfaotrimonerhraessibdeeenntsthaendrecmipeimenbterosfonfuomurercooums mgiuftns iftryo.m theThesefionrdMiveindouraalhs aMreantohre tgoucaorndtiiannuseoiftsomurisfsuiotunrfeo.rTgheenyeararetiomnasktiongcoitmpeo.ssibleJDATuenedrobiin&tohyrJam&ahcoBk&uaAsrDrlaybnoAireleplseA*rltbert ERMJedaaayienrmy*Mo&AnenWdlnnaEikl&.toeMBfrfer*Luyoecereb*eMnabregregrMarvin Aronovitz Sonya & Irwin Miller*Joan & Mickey* Baskin Irving Miller*TREAAomiruvlbedyeynrlCeieRayho&BaRtepCh. dmoCbflhao.arAernddnat*krBoinnre*Cslheer*rnoff* JSHLJaeauemarclaneihelnl&es&NM&SGeyeoIulrovevfradeginnl*edgOM*Or. lOsothfefl*rh*ausen*Harriet & Lawrence Cyment ALonins ePtatredRoallymund*Betty & Joseph* Damsker Ruth & Harold Rivkind*EDBSI.suaoFtrsrrhbaaoenantrrhk&aEyDsDR&raioicvaRnkimasa**llopdnhDdDinuetrcher* ATRAhonliecsneelam&&RaoLG&ogauaMbkiesa*uRRrouicsbeeinnR*tohtahl*man*Jolene & Neil Fabricant Charles Saltzman*Julia Flom* Marilyn & Harold SchaffnerDarwin Frank* Lillian Schertzer*Harriet Frankel* ESERdruoizikseaean&&SncLWehen&oillaniSabaamerudl**l*SSSchehaleipgcemhrtaaenrEdna Rothstein Freeman* Jan & Craig SherREBJulueanltilehneeB*Far&GuieamAdrlogmlananardnGn*eeer Gelbart* Siegel Family TrustLillian & Sidney Grau* Bette & Roy Siegle*Linda & Steve Grau WLRJSueeeilolblimlaieSaa&cmmcSAaittSlehSliali*mvnne*irtS*ho*lomon*CSSIErraahmnnmaaadru*lr&oea&tlHtHGLeaeerrAroeoz.enloGdnag*ubrdnHerzGiglblrm*ueeragnner* Lucille R. Strauss*Harriet Horwich* Joyce & Herbert SwarzmanSally & William Israel VDCBeeoeralbo. yn&HiWycLamee&siatnnAesrltWeeUxieanningndbeererrSgz*egedy*Edith Jackson* Marilyn & Irving Weissman*EJadceqeu&elGineeorJgaecoJabcso*bsohn* Sharyn R. WittnerGMSoeaprrahiolidna KT&.leKJioanhhnn*Joseph* Sue Wolfson*Sarah Kleinfeld*Phyllis Lancry* *Of Blessed MemoryJoseph Levin*Judith & Clifford Levitt 14

2017 Annual Foundation Membership (as of October 23, 2017)Golden Mitzvah Member - ($10,000 + ) Sustainer Member - ($500 + )Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. Bruce EpsteinMrs. Gladys Schutz Mr. and Mrs. Greg Fox Dr. & Mrs. Irvin GutermanGrand Mitzvah Member - ($5,000 + ) Ms. Francoise Haasch Dr. Jeffrey HeldMr. & Mrs. Gerald Benstock Mr. & Mrs. Steven KleinAmbassador & Mrs. Melvin Sembler Estate of Miriam Lengyel Mr. & Mrs. David LinskyMitzvah Member - ($3,600 + ) Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Marlin Mr. Melvin MyersEstate of Gabe Rubin Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Neustadt Mr. & Mrs. Bruce OrloffPartner Member - ($2,500 +) Mr. & Mrs. Mel Packler Mrs. Dorothy J. Rosenbluth-FeinbergThe Manny & Ruthy Cohen Foundation Inc. Mrs. Jane RutenbergMr. Rogers Quimby Mr. & Mrs. Neil SavageMr. & Mrs. Craig Sher Mrs. Edie Seligman Mr. & Mrs. Brent SemblerGuardian Member - ($1,800 + ) Mr. & Mrs. Greg Sembler Mr. & Mrs. Ron WeissmanThe Estate of Albert A. Belson Dr. & Mrs. Lane ZieglerMr. & Mrs. Michael BenstockMr. & Mrs. Ronald DinerMr. & Mrs. John EngelMr. & Mrs. Leonard EnglanderMr. & Mrs. Bernard KannerPublix Super Markets Charities Sponsor Member - ($360 +)Mr. Roy S. Siegle*Dr. Steven Warren Ms. Colette BirnbaumMrs. Jean Giles Wittner Mr. & Mrs. Alan G. Dee Mrs. Anne ElozoryPatron Member - ($1,000 + ) Mr. & Mrs. Ted Gastman Dr. & Mrs. Mark R. GordonDr. Naomi Abel & Dr. Warren Abel Dr. & Mrs. Shawn M. HollanderMr. & Mrs. Barry M. Alpert Dr. & Mrs. Steven M. LeVineMrs. Barbara Baughman Ms. Renee E. LipmanMrs. Marilyn Benjamin Mr. & Mrs. Mark MarderDr. Bonnie Berman & Dr. Arthur Berman Mr. David MargerMr. & Mrs. Ira Berman Estate of Jean OrloffCost+Plus Mr. & Mrs. Errol PeglerMr. and Mrs. Jordan Gillman Mrs. Lois PerwienMr. & Mrs. Robert Goldstein Mr. & Mrs. Alan PinskerEstate of Charlotte A. Gunzburger Dr. & Mrs. Marc ReiskindDr. & Mrs. Fred Gurtman Reuter HospitalityMr. Irwin J. Karpay Mr. & Mrs. Joel H. ShaneMr. & Mrs. Larry Krug Dr. & Mrs. Mark SokolovMs. Blossom Leibowitz Mr. & Mrs. Irwin WallaceDr. & Mrs. Morris J. LeVine Supporter Member - ($250 +)Mr. & Mrs. Eric Ludin Mrs. Gloria Aronoff Mr. Kenneth Morris & Ms. Katherine BarciaMs. Marjorie E. McLaughlin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Conza Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. MyersMr. & Mrs. George Marks Dr. Patricia Cottrille Mrs. Douchka NorenMMI Dining Systems Marcy & Scott Daniels Dr. & Mrs. David PiperDr. & Mrs. Peter M. Pardoll Mr. Stephen Fogel Mr. & Mrs. David L. RobbinsMrs. Donna Perryman Mr. & Mrs. Jack Goldfarb Dr. & Mrs. Stanley RosenbergMr. & Mrs. Saul Rachelson Dr. Myron Graff & Mr. & Mrs. Bernard SappersteinMr. & Mrs. Alan D. Schwartz Ms. Marjorie Greene Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. SchlossMrs. Sally E. Siegel Dr. & Mrs. David H. Gross Dr. & Mrs. Harold B. SederMr. & Mrs. Todd Siegel Ms. Valerie Hyman Mr. & Mrs. Larry SilverDr. & Mrs. Michael Slomka Mrs. Elaine R. Kaufman Mrs. Gloria WeinbergerMrs. Kathleen A. Smith Buns Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Lasky Dr. & Mrs. Steven WeissMr. & Mrs. James B. Soble Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. WingardDr. & Mrs. David A. Wein Ms. Michelle A. Lynn Dr. Charlene Wygodski & Dr. Steve BloomMr. & Mrs. Otto Weitzenkorn Mr. & Mrs. Warren Mack Mr. & Mrs. Steven ZaritskyZiegler Securities Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miller 15

Mrs. Janet Augenbraun Chai Member - ($180 + ) Ms. Lilly SalcmanMrs. Elaine Belkin Mrs. Iris W SalzerDr. & Mrs. Melvin H. Cohen Jewish Press Mr. & Mrs. Elliott SamuelsonMs. Eleanor Davidov Rabbi & Mrs. Gary Klein Mrs. Phyllis D. SchoenbergMs. Anne M. De Marlor Mr. & Mrs. Sidney J. Kovinsky Mr. & Mrs. Marshall SeidenMrs. Harriet Easton Mrs. Mirla Kremer Mrs. Beverly ShermanMrs. Rita Fishman Mr. & Mrs. Blake F. Lenett Mr. Paul J. SkipperMr. Martin Fleischman Dr. & Mrs. David LeVine Dr. & Mrs. Bruce P. SmithMr. & Mrs. Andrew Giskin Mr. Ted Levine Dr. & Mrs. Robert SternbergMrs. Ruth Glickman Rabbi & Mrs. Jacob Luski Ms. Doris P. SteuerMr. & Mrs. Herbert Gofman Dr. & Mrs. Joel Marantz Mr. Stuart Casper & Ms. Wilma StoneMr. & Mrs. David C. Gross Mrs. Ana Masri Mr. & Mrs. Paul S. TauberMr. & Mrs. Michael Gross Mrs. Betty Morgenstein Mrs. Jean TurnerMs. Ann R. Haendel Mr. & Mrs. Eric Newman Ms. Linda ValentinoMr. Farlen Halikman Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Oppleman Ms. Beth WarachMs. Helen Hameroff R & G Produce Prof. & Mrs. Robert WeisbergMr. & Mrs. Robert A. Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Cary Reich Dr. Paula Zielonka & Dr. Carl Zielonka Dr. & Mrs. John J. Rinde Mr. Harry Rosen Friend Member - ($118 + )Dr. & Mrs. Philip Altus Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Freedman Ms. Betty KotelesMrs. Edie Becker Mrs. Charlotte Goldberg Mrs. Arlene LudinMr. & Mrs. David S. Delrahim Mr. Mark Howard Mr. & Mrs. Bruce MargerMrs. Karin Durlacher Mr. & Mrs. William E. Israel Dr. & Mrs. Jonathan MinesMr. Herbert Feldman Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kass Mr. Kenneth Morris & Ms. Katherine BarciaMrs. Elinor R. Fishman Ms. Esther L. Klein Mr. & Mrs. Martin Slavney Other Membership Gifts - ($100 + )Mr. Marvin Aronovitz Mrs. Hani Kahan Dr. & Mrs. Marvin SusskindDr. Bonnie Baker & Mr. Tom Ridgik Mr. Ronald Lasday Ms. Lois H. VeronaMr. & Mrs. Geoffrey M. Berman Dr. & Mrs. Erel Laufer Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert WegadMrs. Selma Biller Mr. & Mrs. Leon H. Levinson Mrs. Sheila WeilMr. & Mrs. Budd M. Bugatch Mrs. Lore Lynn Mr. & Mrs. Stephen WeinMrs. Beryl Coben Mr. Carlen Maddux Ms. Toby WertheimMs. Audrey R. Greenberg Dr. & Mrs. Frank Mendelblatt Mrs. Mary WygodskiMr. & Mrs. Milton B. Heilweil Dr. & Mrs. Harold Pollack Dr. & Mrs. Gary ZamoreMr. & Mrs. Philip Hirschfield Mr. Henry Rosen*Dr. & Mrs. William Hunter Dr. & Mrs. Daniel RutenbergMr. & Mrs. Robert Jones Mrs. Lisl Schick Thank you for improving the lives of our seniors.*Of Blessed Memory 16

Menorah Manor, Inc.Statement of Operating Revenue and Expenses for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017Revenue from Operations $29,117,982Resident and Third Party Revenue: (5,467,681)Adjustment for Charitable Care:Net resident revenue: 23,650,301Other revenue: 126,128Net Operating Revenue: 23,776,429Operating Expenses 16,610,086 5,980,862Professional Care: 2,032,061Support Services:Interest, Depreciation & Amortization:Total Operating Expenses 24,623,009Net Income (loss) from Operations (846,580)Community Support & Other Income/Expense (732,824)Net Income (loss) including depreciation ($1,579,404)The Foundation provides Menorah Manor with the financial support needed tomaintain high quality care regardless of ability to pay.Please consider the needs of our seniors in your financial planning. 17

Sources of RevenueFor the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017Manag5e%d Care Day 1C%enter Assist2e2d%LivingMeFnoourna1dh%aMtiOoan0tnh%oerr Pr1i0va%teMe2d1i%care Me4d0ic%aid**Note that the Medicaid census was 67% of the population. Operating ExpensesFor the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017 ALs2isv7iis%ntegGdeneSrear7lv%SicuepsporDtining7S%ervAicsesesQssu5ma%leitnytRFeehSeaebr8vi%liictaeHtMsiooLuaanisunen5tked%enreyapn&inceg, InsDuAermparnoecr9cetii%,azItanitotioenrn&est, SkilNleudrsNinu3gr2sS%ienrgvFicaecsility 18

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Menorah Manor in the Spotlight The following article, which appeared in the Tampa Bay Times on Friday, September 22, highlights Menorah Manor's Hurricane Irma story.At Menorah Manor, planning paid off during IrmaWaveney Ann Moore, Times Staff WriterSliTve.sP, EsoTtEhReySBknUoRwGab—ouDt horuirsrRicoanseens.blatt and her husband, Frank, have lived in Florida all of theirBIcwroaamncrdkeahoitonhtuor1esD9eat8ateo5vni,settadIhkselteahynsiehdsvesyalaetcneaurrda,ftttrehhodeemnyfrtoHwomeuarretsrhtiuucenraidrnfyaMe,zefEaadldme.eniilarya.-oWBwehnaecenhdaTfathcMeiliRetynoosinernaShbtl.MaPttaesnte—orrs,bsauhrnegui.srs9in0g, ahnodmheeainsd94ass—“naAtsst,”swsohaosenismaasipdtr.heessyedknbeywthitewfaacsilciotym’sing,CacEtuOallRyoobngGooinldgs.tein said planning for such a crisis is Raisa Collins, 9, far left, works on a craft“sosteKfavronetureoardwlrpcienousgintdtciteenhnrgatnstos?.ut”hFreidrisssttaoasrtnmedr pfwolaarnsemoinuostptli,ancheot,h”“aeWkaene,chawardee project as Certified Nursing Assistant Shuntal Anthony holds Cassidy Merrill, 1, while pouring glue for Quanniyah Brownlee, 9, right, at Menorah Manor in St. Petersburg on Sept. 15. Photograph by Lara Cerri.sTaushspiaspttlemideselaiavnnitndmgmraeeksdiindicgeantsciuoerne—sthfoheraresaibwtosausotwen1n8ogu0egnrheesrfiaodtoeodnr,,tsGm. oEeldadicschtaelibnusiladidin. gBo—thtkhieckneudrsiinnognceSnutnedr aayn. d thek“Intowwasthcaotmypoluetweleyreseoanmalegsse,n”esraaitdoJr.uIdtywLausdriena,lltyhelifcehaiesfucsoumalm.” unications officer. “You would neverEThleucrtsrdicaiyt.y was not restored to the nursing center until Tuesday and to the assisted living facility onrKkenesoeidpcekinnegdtsaooiurf-tactohHnedopiltloyiowwneoirnotgdoantnhudersmfiancegidliihtcyoa’mls eaeqirudciipeodmndienintitsowrnueinlntnger,iniangcgcioscrocdrniindtiigctaitolonfotshrdetahTyeismfareaftsiel/rHanHedruaerldlrdi.cearnlye. NIrminae“rAespsiotnusaitbioilnityliktoe pthraotteschtotuhledrneesivdeernhtasvien haanpypseintueadt,i”oGn.o”ldstein said. “Management has theIdMrimeetnaitoiarapanphsrMoanaacdnhhoedor’.us sdeiksaesetpeirnpgl.aEnmnipnlgoyinecelsuwdeersemaabkleintgo sburriengthiamt messeedniatitael fsatmaffilyaraenodnpheatns dto, ewveonrk asfCloloosreotfot2h0e0fofaumr-isltyomryenmubresirns garcreivnetderw. ith air mattresses and sleeping bags, settling in on the ground 21

MPhafoitnetenermloltarhesaaehlCsstMoaonuradnmntioy,crLescfutehoddoitnotahlksseeawmiwde.irttehOhrctetlhehoesemremsde,.wasElhshmoeapcsdahlaoiodyys.eeaenstodwrsieethttuourunpt ttpeoomhwpoeomrraaetrsyhwodimtahyeocuwatreeereldeacubtrrliiencigttoythrweemewraeeineokftfehtrheeardetsABoennvtseo,rnAlyionWtFwuiamlnlebFre,ur2llyl8,e,ra,d2cel2cini,diacendadl tnAounrretshmeomaninyanFbaueghleliern,r,db1rto6ou, ptgohrotwtteowcrtko.tohHfeiehrrehrooltdmherseet.e,”e boef.a“tI wcaomrke,oWn iSmatbuerrdlyays,aaindd, tIostmayaekdeusnutrielGosfsaitfnocofigirlcldm-ieats.y-tsleMotwiannriegttdahe.nidchdatiloshdiwmsiriwfoeecvi,fteeoJ,airnnSD,uicJsreaa.,nnDai,cnaaednvLidtdewtVLhoieenoiVrefidpntholeaegyia,relEsddonatcuthoogerohepk,tiebasrnhus.oenWlktaeenhdrdeainntlettdhhhieaesThe preparations paid off. One-year-old Jasira Smith on the cot ofMbGfaecoefilonldirotseirteeatsihhnfelMossaotaidodnerotdmhraeognyfodfhitcapicdaelloosapshtelwe,adoLh-aucwdodenitenoskidsbsaeeuirdpme.pdolFywvoeoordfristnftoo-soctaaadsnheacigneshcd,eewwnr haaflratoietoor.sirf?Awtnhedlel CEO Rob Goldstein with Goldstein's“Everybody knew what we had to do,” Ludin said. dog, Encore, during Hurricane Irma.Menorah Manor was even able to help other facilities. Jasira's mother, Brittney Smith, a puree specialist in Menorah Manor's dining services department, was working while Menorah Manor staff watched her.fTMoFaasnlhcsoeeoirWnlici1dotiei8aaredt,a0senha-sieb,ngMseradTdosaakuaySnimp,nooaolpgrfa’ftasrMenia1rsone6IHtnrd--mopfeoPraaaralls,-athsphGnerCnMtoogCfalaiedrtnirestetoyblBe.druiaentsyroogtcanooastreseetaivsoPatrreocgtquiwanuanotetieszaitansitkftdirseoeodnrpmesetsonaiLdndbeedeaonndbrttirusno.lsigwiAvnAinengsdgesTsuhpepyliheasd. been without power and needed food, water and cleaningCSPCMTEDPtoeunreroeatanriocannnecaukbaukokgillfetrineihnrbasbgshwghapu—ruao—wtsMpttweae—a5rotre4enr,n——,0re18od0t—,0rw407:3m00o,B,p2880oiylwa,04uk8c00etnk0thecoe0gokeetaussmsgln'nlaowuaclnlkemoosesrnbt3she,r6os0f0noounn-pceersishable food: Rob Goldstein, CEO, and Michael Soronen, Director of Dining Services, stand in front of packaged food, water and supplies.Thank you to the donors who contributed to the Hurricane Irma Fund.Your gifts helped us cover the expenses incurred by the storm. 22

About Us...Menorah Manor is a community- The Toby Weinman Assisted Livingsponsored, charitable, not-for-profit Residence is the only Jewish assistedsenior healthcare organization that living residence in Pinellas County. Itopened in 1985. It serves six counties provides its residents with anon Florida’s gulf coast. Menorah Manor’s enriching lifestyle that promotesmission is to provide the best possible overall physical, intellectual andcare in a warm, homelike, Jewish emotional well-being.environment. Menorah Manor serves The Bresler Alzheimer’s and Relatedpeople of all faiths. Disorders Program finds and institutesThe Marion and Bernard L. Samson the best practices for the care ofNursing Center residents benefit from Alzheimer’s Disease. The Program,comprehensive nursing, medical and part of the Weinman Alzheimer'srehabilitation programs. Medical services Care Village in the Samson Nursingare provided by a private medical Center, provides a unique multi-levelstaff; many medical specialties are dementia care environment.represented. An intensive Therapeutic The Menorah Manor FoundationRecreation Program provides activities is the fund development arm ofto meet an extremely broad range of Menorah Manor and is activelyemotional, physical, intellectual and supported by the needs. Its responsibilities include theThe Lasher Family Rehabilitation development of funds to supportCenter houses therapy services charitable care and special seniorincluding a full range of quality care programs, capital funds forshort and long term physical the support of buildings andtherapy, occupational therapy, and equipment, and funds forspeech therapy. The newest current operating expenses.technologies in rehabilitation are The Menorah Manor Guild is autilized. volunteer auxiliary member of theRenew You, an intensive and Menorah Manor family. The purposetherapeutic short-stay program, is of the Guild is to enrich the lives ofdesigned for people recovering from Menorah Manor’s residents throughsurgery, an illness or an injury service, special projects and thewhen hospitalization is no longer funding of special equipment andneeded. programs.The Irv Weissman Adult DayCenter is a comprehensive adultday health program providingsupport for seniors living in theirown home. It is located in theSamson Nursing Center.The Marion and Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center The Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence 255 59th Street North 240 59th Street North St. Petersburg, FL 33710 St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727.345.2775

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