Husband And Wife Become Cleveland Community Avail Senior Living's First Residents

Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Pictured with Mrs. Reece are: Kim King, Business Office director, Avail Senior Living; Kim Brooks, director of sales and marketing, Avail Senior Living; Wayne Reece, son; Chris Beckstrand, owner/executive director, Avail Senior Living; Rob Cuthbertson, owner/developer, Avail Senior Living
Pictured with Mrs. Reece are: Kim King, Business Office director, Avail Senior Living; Kim Brooks, director of sales and marketing, Avail Senior Living; Wayne Reece, son; Chris Beckstrand, owner/executive director, Avail Senior Living; Rob Cuthbertson, owner/developer, Avail Senior Living
Married couple Ms. Luise Reece and Mr. Ike Reece said they are excited to live their new lifestyles at Avail Senior Living as the first residents. Mrs. Reece moved in Friday, July 9 with the help of her family. Mr. Reece joined her a few days later.

The husband and wife team ran a small appliance store and repair business in Ellijay, Ga. for a number of years. Then they managed an apartment complex together in Jasper, Ga. for the better part of 30 years. In June, they celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary.
City of Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks greeted Mrs. Reece with a welcome gift
City of Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks greeted Mrs. Reece with a welcome gift

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