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Video: Congratulations Honorees at Wesbury’s 9th Annual Senior Tribute

On Thursday, October 12th, Wesbury recognized the community service efforts of five individuals and one organization at the 9th Annual Senior Tribute Banquet and Auction. The event was held at the Iroquois Club in Conneaut Lake.

We all know people or groups who amaze us with their talent, generosity, and selflessness. They may be a friend, a neighbor, a relative, or someone from your workplace or church. Each year, Wesbury seeks to find these extraordinary individuals, aged 65 or over; or extraordinary groups or organizations with members of any age. The nominees are honored by allowing Wesbury to tell their story and applaud their contributions at the Annual Senior Tribute. The event is truly inspiring and not only spotlights these unsung heroes but also serves as a fundraiser for Wesbury’s benevolent care fund, which helps support Wesbury residents who have outlived their financial resources and require charitable care.

James Patterson:

Through his time and talents, the contribution Jim Patterson has made to the various area organizations for which he served has enhanced the lives of many in the Meadville community.

Susan Slautterback:

“Love God, Love People, Make Disciples for Jesus Christ” is the mission of Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin, and through the leadership of Susan Slautterback, that show of fellowship and support shines in their community.

Jean Weber:

Jean Weber’s roots run deep in this area. From working with area 4H to a leadership role in the Meadville LIONS Club, Jean’s devotion, compassion, and work ethic inspire those same attributes in those that work with her.

Jane Smith & Jean Shanley:

Jean Shanley and Jane Smith agree that when you retire, you don’t get bored after two weeks if you pick an interest and get involved. Their interests are rich and diverse, but have a common thread that focuses on a commitment to serving their community.

Ladies Home Mission -UMC Bellview Charge:

The mission of the Ladies Home Mission, UMC Bellview Charge to share a message of love and support to their friends and neighbors near and far by bringing a gift of comfort and smiles to people in need locally and globally.

The event is supported by Founding Sponsors: The Johnson Trust, UPMC Health Plan, and Wilkinson Excavating, Inc.; Heritage Sponsors: First National Bank, Northwest Insurance Services, PNC Bank, and Sodexo; Signature Sponsors: Cross Paving, LLC, McGill, Power, Bell and Associates, LLP, OptumCare, and RE Johnson Electric.