Faces of OMH

The Ohio Masonic Home Resource Center is partnering with The Ohio Masonic Home Foundation team to connect with community members, clients, volunteers, and donors regularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through these daily connections, the Faces of OMH was born. A way to tell the stories of those we serve as an organization. Community members, staff, clients, family members, and volunteers are the people who make up The Ohio Masonic Home and all of its subsidiaries. Without these individuals, The Ohio Masonic Home, would not be what it is today – a 55 and better premier lifestyle community delivering exceptional experiences that make those connected feel like family across the State of Ohio.

The Faces of The Ohio Masonic Home uphold our mission “We are the living expression of our Masonic Values – We serve as the trusted partner to help people age respectfully.” They are crucial to the success and the day-to-day operations of our organization and truly make up the backbone of our organization.

These are the Faces of The Ohio Masonic Home, each with a different background, and a unique story to tell. To see more Faces of OMH, visit www.facesofomh.org or visit our Ohio Masonic Home Resource Center Facebook page.

Becky Cason
Retired Employee / MVP
Resource Center

Even after 10 years working with The Ohio Masonic Home, retirement doesn’t stop Becky from continuing her community driven work. While working for OMH, Becky coordinated the Widows Program. She now works as a volunteer to help those benefited by the Resource Center.

Willis Dicken
Recipient of Resource Center services

Retired Logan, Ohio barber, Willis Dicken describes his experience with the Ohio Masonic Home as “First Class.” He encourages others to look into the Resource Center and learn more about the services it offers to communities across Ohio.

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