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Those in the room represented a mix of generations. Peg Weaver, 92, is in her 18th year as a resident at White Horse Village.
Attending the service was important to her, out of respect for Michelle, who was assigned to the unit where she lives.
She had been with her mother and maternal grandmother. The memorial service, according to Dottie Mallon, vice president of marketing and public relations for White Horse Village, was a step in the healing process for the community of 420 residents and 300 employees.
As she waited to enter the auditorium, Barbara Dawson, 88, a resident of White Horse Village for 27 years who formerly resided in Marple and Clifton Heights, remembered Bianca as a friendly person, and very pretty.
“But she was kind of shy,” said Norma Dougherty, 82, formerly of Norwood.
“We are all a family, the residents who live here and the staff who work here,” Mallon said prior to the service. When we lose one of our own, it’s very difficult.” A few weeks prior to her death, Bianca was among the dozen or so high school seniors she worked with who were treated to a formal surf-and-turf dinner on May 22 at the facility.
It’s sort of a rite-of-passage for the many teens from area schools who take on part-time jobs at White Horse Village.