OSWEGO, NY – The Manor at Seneca Hill remembered residents and participants of its Adult Day Health Services program who passed away during the last year at a memorial service held November 22 at the skilled nursing facility.
Jason Santiago, Oswego Health vice president and The Manor’s chief operating officer, welcomed families and friends to the memorial program, which has become a yearly November tradition at the facility.
Leading the service were the Rev. Chuck Davis, who provides spiritual care at The Manor and belongs to the Pulaski Assembly of God Church, along with Father Richard Morisette, of Oswego’s St. Stephen’s Church.
During the service, family members were given the opportunity to speak about their family members.
The Manor at Seneca Hill offers skilled nursing, a complete rehabilitation program with physical, occupational and speech therapies and an Adult Day Health Services Program.