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March 2017 Caregiver: Lynne Zachmanaglou

Congratulations to Lynne Zachmanaglou on being our March 2017 Caregiver of the Month award recipient. Lynne was nominated by longtime friend of Lynne & her husband, Terry, Tom Engelking. Tom said, “Terry, Lynne’s husband, lives at home and has advanced Alzheimer’s and requires a great deal of personal care. Lynne…

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February 2017 Caregiver: Michelle Sheriff

We are honored to announce Michelle Sheriff of Visiting Angels Indy North as our February Caregiver of the Month. Visiting Angels said, “Michelle Sheriff is truly a blessing to us here at Visiting Angels. It is rare to find people as willing to step up to the plate as often as…

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January 2017 Caregiver: Michael Mercer

Meet Leppert Mortuary’s January 2017 Caregiver Award recipient, Chaplain Michael Mercer, of Community Home Health Services. Mike was nominated by his coworker, Melissa Fields, who had the following amazing things to say about him. As a member of this amazing multidisciplinary team, I often look around and see individuals that…

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Thank You Carmel Police

Leppert Mortuary and Crematory supports the Carmel Police Department. Thank you to the Carmel Police Department for everything you do for our community! Leppert Family Service Counselor Gene Million stopped by the Carmel Police Department to show our appreciation for the 113 officers and support staff who serve the city…

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BBQ Fundraiser to Support Walk MS 2016

On March 18th, 2016, you can enjoy City Barbeque while supporting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society of Indiana State Chapter.  When you use the voucher at City Barbeque Carmel and City Barbeque IUPUI, 25% of your purchase will be donated back to the group.  Voucher must be presented at time of…

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Leppert Mortuary Celebrates President’s Day

Leppert Mortuary sponsored a play on President’s Day entitled  “MRS PRESIDENT: A VISIT WITH MARY TODD LINCOLN.”  The play was a one woman original play about Mary Todd Lincoln,  written and performed by MaryAnne Mathews. Tea and cookies were served after the play.

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