HOSPITALITY HOMES OF CLEVELAND
I'm Robert's wife Kate.
Four months after I married the love of my life, my husband, Robert suffered from an aortic dissection (at the age of 35).
Our world would forever be changed.
Robert went through several operations at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, KY to save his life from the initial event; as well as, further complications.
By late summer that year - he was still in the hospital with unresolved issues, which could only be solved by more surgery.
With the blessings and encouragement from our medical "family" - we sought out the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio for treatment options.
Where was I going to stay while Robert was in ICU? We had little funds and knew no one in Cleveland.
Our hometown church, Centenary Methodist, (where Robert and I were married) contacted the Methodist church in Cleveland.
Within days of arriving at the Cleveland Clinic, I was connected with Hospitality Homes of Cleveland, which offered low cost accomodations.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I was in a safe, peaceful place - my second home and added to our ever expanding "family".
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
There is nothing I would change. I continue to spread the word about this wonderful organization and am thrilled to see Louisville, Kentucky is providing a similar service for out-of-town families and patients to our renowned medical facilities.
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How did you find this group?
The the Methodist Church.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
To help others.
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