Santa Comes to Mercy

Edwin Oley, Senior Vice President for Mercy Health and Regional CEO of the Mercy Lorain Region and Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer were guest servers at the United Way of Lorain County Pancake Breakfast.

Edwin Oley, Senior Vice President for Mercy Health and Regional CEO of the Mercy Lorain Region and Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer were guest servers at the United Way of Lorain County Pancake Breakfast.

Whether you have been naughty or nice, Santa Claus was delighted to see all who came out to the United Way of Greater Lorain County Pancake Breakfast at Mercy Regional Medical Center Saturday morning.

Guest servers for the breakfast included Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer and Edwin Oley, Senior Vice President for Mercy Health and Regional CEO of the Mercy Lorain Region. The meal featured delicious pancakes, hash browns, sausage, bacon, coffee and juice, as well as the opportunity for children to have their photos taken with Santa.

“Mercy is once again honored to help support the United Way of Greater Lorain County as we raise funds for their annual campaign,” says Catherine Woskobnick, Vice President, Mission & Values Integration at Mercy. “Just like our own mission to help those who need it most, the United Way exists to provide an array of services that touch nearly every life in Lorain County. Families, children and older adults benefit from programs that are aimed at helping everyone in our community have an opportunity for a good life.”

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