Performance Made Possible by Generous Donation from Owens Family

Performance Made Possible by Generous Donation Brenda Cobbs-Allen played the keyboard and sang a medley of gospel, folk, pop, and patriotic songs for Quaker Heights Care Community residents in Waynesville. The event was made possible by the Billie Owens Memorial Music Fund given by Billie’s children to the Quaker Heights Foundation. Mrs. Owens was a Quaker Heights resident who loved music. Her children chose to honor her memory by creating a fund to continue to help make possible these programs. Pictured l to r: Singer Brenda Cobbs-Allen, Susan Boice (daughter of Billie Owens), Director of Activities Jennifer Hatfield, and a QHCC resident.

Families and friends of residents may donate to an existing fund or create funds in honor or memory of loved ones. Donations to such funds are considered charitable contributions and are tax deductible as permitted by U.S. IRS law. To discuss a contribution, please contact Lisa Gooding at goodingl@quakerheights.org.