BRECKSVILLE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) congratulated Jennings, which is under the sponsorship of the Sisters of the Holy Spirit, on the opening of its new campus in Brecksville. The facility, designed for seniors and older adults, contains 74 one- and two-bedroom units for independent and assisted living in a beautiful building designed in the Western Reserve Style.

“I am proud to welcome such a fine facility to the center of Brecksville,” said Representative Anielski. “It is my distinct hope that the new location provides a nurturing, comfortable and caring environment for our loved ones.”

Jennings also operates a location in Garfield Heights and has done so since the founding of the facility in 1941 as a final request of Monsignor Gilbert Jennings. Monsignor Jennings, Founder of St. Agnes Parish on Superior Avenue, had inherited a large sum of money from his brother and willed that it be used to fund a rest home for the elderly that would otherwise be unable to care for themselves.

"Together with Jennings' President and CEO Allison Salopeck, we are thrilled to open Jennings at Brecksville and begin welcoming residents," said Don Posner, Chief Operating Officer and Administrator of the new Jennings at Brecksville. "As the organization celebrates its 75th anniversary in Garfield Heights this year, opening this new residence is an exciting milestone. We appreciate the recognition and visit from Representative Anielski to commemorate this very special occasion."

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