Lyons National Bank recently donated money to support Laurel House, a comfort care home that will offer palliative care to residents in Wayne County.
CEO Robert Schick, Jim Homburger and Steve Hasseler presented a check to Laurel House board members as part of LNB’s $15,000 pledge to assist with the costs to ready the home for caregiving.
Renovations to the Fair Street home, located near Newark-Wayne Community Hospital in Newark, are now in progress.
“As a community bank, LNB feels very connected to the communities we serve,” said Schick, LNB board chairman. “The Laurel House is a strong example of individuals working together to make a difference in their community, and LNB is proud to support such a worthwhile project.”
Homburger, LNB board director, and his wife, Peg, are major supporters of the Laurel House project, and have pledged a gift to the effort. Laurel House board members welcome the support from businesses, organizations and individuals to help make the home possible.
Visit laurelhousecomfortcare.org for information.