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Caryl Osterhus: Committed to Giving Back

Mrs. Caryl A. Osterhus is hardworking, compassionate and generous. She has a history of giving back, and her community at Twin Lakes, where she has lived for three years, is no exception. She has annually supported two causes dear to her heart: the Benevolent Care Fund and the Pastoral Care Fund at Twin Lakes. Read more

Genevieve Smith: Making a Contribution to Faith

Faith has always been an important part of Twin Towers resident Genevieve Smith’s life. As a young girl, she began attending an Evangelical United Brethren Church in Clifton, which later merged to become Clifton United Methodist Church. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, she began a civil service career with the Army Air Force during World War II as a statistician, among other work. Read more

Pat and Ed Thomas: Supporting the Mission

Pat and Ed Thomas have lived at Twin Lakes since 2003 — longer than most residents. Pat has lived in Cincinnati her whole life and met Ed, a Connecticut native, when they attended Marietta College. After graduation, Ed received a job offer in Cincinnati so they established their lives in the community of Mariemont. They were intrigued by the location of Twin Lakes when it came time to consider where they wanted to spend their retirement years. “We have absolutely loved every minute of living at Twin Lakes!” says Pat. “Our neighbors and friends are incredible and the staff is just the best.” Pat has served as the Chairman of the South Campus Resident’s Group and Ed is one of the “Grumpies”, a group of men on the South Campus who meet every Thursday morning for coffee. “There is something here for everyone,” says Pat. Read more

Paul and Joann Ward: Supporting the Mission

Paul and Joann Ward aren’t residents of Twin Lakes or Twin Towers, but their connections to the organization, particularly at Twin Towers, have deep roots. They are long time residents of the west side of Cincinnati — 65 years to be exact, and have known many friends who have lived at Twin Towers. Being of the United Methodist faith, the Wards like to support United Methodist organizations, so coupling that with their familiarity with Twin Towers, gifting an annuity to the Life Enriching Communities Foundation felt natural. Read more

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