The Manor at Seneca Hill remembered residents and participants in the Adult Day Health Services Program that had passed away in the past year during a memorial service held November 20th at the skilled nursing facility. Attending the service were the family members of former residents and Adult Day participants, as well as Manor staff members. Leading the service were the Rev. Cheryl Morrow, MD., who also serves as The Manor’s medical director, and her husband, the Rev. Ernest Morrow.
One of the special moments during the service was when Don Halstead paid tribute to his late wife, Meng Halstead, as he and his brother, Bob, performed acappella the Eagles song, “Love Will Keep Us Alive.”
Staff members from The Manor hold a memorial service each year to remember residents and Adult Day participants who have passed away.
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.