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Longtime Bucks County resident and senior adult June Maurer honored for her lifetime of dedication to Christ’s Home

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U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick honored longtime Bucks County resident and senior adult June Maurer for her lifetime of dedication to Christ’s Home and impact on the community.
From serving to residing, she has been part of Christ’s Home for her entire life. Her family began working at Christ’s Home since it moved to Warminster in 1907. Her grandfather, Frederick Schwab, became the first administrator of the retirement community – the same retirement community that his granddaughter, June Maurer, now resides. Maurer has watched Christ’s Home expand over the greater part of the last century.
Christ’s Home CEO John Bryant and Director of Community Relations George Zauflik presented Maurer the flag and plaque from Fitzpatrick.

“It is a privilege to join Congressman Fitzpatrick to honor June who has been connected directly to Christ’s Home for her entire life. Her grandfather was the first director of the retirement community, and the second general director for Christ’s Home upon our founders passing. June and her family have been intrinsically linked to Christ’s Home since its inception. June served with the distinction on the Christ’s Home board of trustees for over 20 years. We are grateful for the legacy of June and her family at Christ’s Home,” Bryant said.
Christ’s Home began in 1903 and moved to Warminster in 1907. Additional information about Christ’s Home can be found at christshome.org.


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