Photo cutline: (left) Karie Geiss, account executive, Cumulus Media; Ferne Moschella, president and
CEO, Warm Hearth Village; Leslie Hager-Smith, vice mayor for the Town of Blacksburg; Theresa Womack,
business development officer, Member One Federal Credit Union.
October 29, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Lois Caliri
Warm Hearth at Home Branches Out Into the Community
Warm Hearth at Home, an agency that provides care management, companion and caregiver
services for seniors in the home, has opened a new office at 1901 South Main St., Suite 4C.
The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Warm Hearth at Home to
the Blacksburg business community with a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception.
Warm Hearth is branching outside of its current campus at Warm Hearth Village to meet the
increasing demands for services in the home. "We plan to put our expertise in health care and
years of experience to work in the community,” said Grace Sarver, administrator.
For more information on the service provided by Warm Hearth at Home, contact Sarver at
Warm Hearth Village is a senior living community providing a full continuum of living options
from active adult living to long-term nursing care in Blacksburg.