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October 23, 2019
 

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Protecting your integrity, your assets, or both?

By Faith Investment Services
Bluffton, 419-358-4207

“What will happen to my assets if I end up in a nursing home?  What can I do to protect myself and my assets?  What is long-term care insurance and how does it work?  Will Medicaid get everything I’ve worked my entire life for?”

These are great questions, and the answers are different for everyone.  There is no cookie-cutter approach to long-term care, whether self-funded or relying on Medicaid when your assets are depleted. 

Possible options include:

Still time to sign-up for Wednesday "Getting your house in order" workshop

Presented by four business professionals

There's still time to sign-up for the Wednesday program -
FROM BLUFFTON ICON - Four Bluffton business professionals will offer free “Getting Your House In Order” workshops this fall.

Faith Investment Services, partnering with Fortman Insurance, Scott Basinger, attorney at law, and Neil Reichenbach, CPA, present workshops addressing basic questions about retirement, insurance coverage, taxes and similar subjects.

The first free workshop, is at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 16, in the front portion of Faith Investment Services building, 101 N. Main St., Bluffton.

Free therapy screens in October

From Northwest Physical Therapy

Northwest Physical Therapy, 215 Snider Road, Bluffton, is offering free therapy screens this month.

These screens will be available at all four outpatient locations in Delphos, Ottawa, Bluffton and Lima.
To schedule a free therapy screening
in October call the Bluffton office at:
419-358-6978

A physical therapy screening takes approximately 10-15 minutes and will be performed by a licensed clinician. A therapy screening helps identify issues that may be causing unnecessary pain.

Home visits now offered by Midwest Rehab

Can't make it to the office? Midwest Rehab @ Home will come to you

Midwest Rehab, 118 E. Highland Ave., Ada, now offers physical and occupational therapy in homes of patients in and surrounding Ada, according to Joni Goodman, administrator of the Ada office.

It’s called Midwest Rehab @ Home.

The new service means patients unable to visit any of the three Midwest Rehab offices due to health risk, lack of transportation, limited mobility or other injuries now have the option of having therapists make private home visits.

Home visits are available in every community surrounding Ada, including for example, Lima, Findlay, Kenton, Bluffton, Arlington, Alger, McGuffey and Beaverdam.

Kelly Jackson named branch operations manager a Liberty NB, Kenton

Ronald L. Zimmerly, Jr., president and CEO of Liberty National Bank, announced the addition of a branch operations manager to the Liberty National Bank staff.

Kelly Jackson joined Liberty National Bank in August as the branch operations manager in the Kenton office. She brings with her more than 15 years of combined experience in management, banking, lending, and bank operations. She has worked various roles as she has progressed in her banking career including teller, banker and office manager.

Kelly is currently the Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Logan County, for which she previously served on the board for approximately five years.  

Cole Motor Sales will close Sept. 20

Four-generation Ford dealership supplied Ada residents with vehicles for over 100 years

It’s the end of an era, and Cathy Cole says, “We’ve had a good run.”

Cole Motor Sales, a four-generation-owned Ada family business will close on Sept. 20, according to Cole.

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Selling Fords, at 120 E. Buckeye, the company began assembling Model Ts in the 1910s that were shipped in parts to Ada on the railroad.

Ada became a “Ford” town and the large number of Ford vehicles in Ada today reflect the Cole Motor presence.

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