GENESEO — The Teresa House, walk of remembrance is growing as 48 of the 93 bricks have now been installed.
Teresa House, which offers comfort care ministry to residents who are nearing the end of a terminal illness, and to their families, by providing a home environment of love, dignity and support is using the brick program to raise money.
According to Leah Fletcher, from the Teresa House, the project can accommodate 500 bricks and can be purchased for $100 as a tax deductable donation. Bob Schiltz, a Teresa House volunteer is installing the bricks.
“Purchase a brick engraved with a special message,” states the Teresa House website. “You may want to consider a brick in honor of or in memory of a loved one, to commemorate your family or to recognize someone important in your life.”