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Aging parents and POAs

When you have an aging parent, there are many complicated considerations to ensuring their health and well-being. A fall or stroke can change your situation very quickly. While it’s an unpleasant thing to anticipate, making sure you have both a financial and healthcare power of attorney in place ensures you have the authority to make informed...

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Floorz: Where innovations in flooring take a front seat

A quest for offering innovative, trend-centric flooring with impeccable customer service has launched Floorz to the upper echelon of retailers in Northeast Ohio. With expansive showrooms in Strongsville, Maple Heights and Montrose, founder and owner Brian Erickson has led the family-owned operation over the past 14 years. Innovation and...

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Learn how Spartan StormShield went above and beyond for one local farming family

On any given drive along state Route 303 heading west to Oberlin, you’ll see dilapidated farm barns dotting the gently rolling landscape. Family-run operations face a constant struggle to maintain the pre-Depression era buildings upon which their livelihood is built. So last spring, when part of the roof of a circa 1930s barn on the...

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About the only thing not on the social calendar at Ohio Living Breckenridge Village is home maintenance

Situated on 53 rolling acres of scenic parkland, the campus at Ohio Living Breckenridge Village (OLBV) offers a myriad living options—ranch homes, brownstones, apartments, rehabilitation and assisted living. “When residents move here, they are looking to get more enjoyment out of their days, to rise above the hassle of maintaining a...

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Navigating the journey of life

Not many people can say they’re following the same career path as their great-great grandfather. For fifth-generation funeral director Jeff Monreal, working with families to guide them through their journeys of grief and remembrance comes naturally. “I remember being a little boy listening in, outside my grandfather’s office, on him...

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