(Cleveland, Ohio) – Devon Oaks Assisted Living, Eliza Jennings’ premier community in Westlake, is honored and proud to be recognized as a Cleveland Magazine Best of the West finalist for the fourth consecutive year. Devon Oaks was voted Best of the West winner in the Senior Living category in 2018 and 2019.
“It is gratifying to be recognized as a trusted, premier provider of aging services on Cleveland’s West Side,” said Eliza Jennings President and CEO Richard M. Boyson Jr. “Our dedicated, compassionate staff members are committed to providing the highest quality person-centered care. We are grateful to Devon Oaks residents and families, and Cleveland Magazine readers for making this recognition possible.”
Cleveland Magazine’s April 2020 issue will feature the top three finalists in each category. Finalists were selected based on nomination ballots cast by Cleveland Magazine readers. Devon Oaks was selected as a finalist in the Senior Living category. One winner in each category will be determined by a final vote that will take place at the Best of the West event on April 2.
“Once again, the list of finalists features organizations that showcase the high standard of quality expected by our readers,” said Cleveland Magazine’s custom media editor Jennifer Bowen Sima.
Devon Oaks is participating in Cleveland Magazine’s annual Best of the West party at LaCentre Conference and Banquet Facility in Westlake from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on April 2, 2020. Guests will enjoy food, beverages, entertainment, and more. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit https://clevelandmagazine.com/magazine-events/best-of-the-west.
Devon Oaks Assisted Living is located at 2345 Crocker Road, in Westlake. To learn more about quality care and services for older adults at Devon Oaks, please call 440.250.2300 or visit https://devonoaks.elizajennings.org/.
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