Linda Holmes, Stephanie Kifowit Visit Waterford Place
Kelly Huggins, John Diederich, Senator Linda Holmes, State
Representative Stephanie Kifowit, Alex Pope
State Senator Linda Holmes and State Representative Stephanie Kifowit recently toured Waterford Place to view the facility and learn about the programs and services offered. Following their visit, both spoke positively about the facility.
“The care and thoughtfulness that went into planning the Waterford Place Cancer Resource Center is apparent in every aspect of its design and decor as well as in the variety of programs offered,” Senator Holmes said. “The facility is a treasure in Aurora providing for cancer patients as they navigate through a very difficult time.”
Representative Kifowit, who lost both her father and father-in-law to cancer, said it was unfortunate they passed before Waterford Place was built. “It is a blessing to have such a thoughtful and caring center in our area,” she said. “People fighting cancer need to have all the resources they can get, and this facility is completely supported by generous donations to provide what is needed without cost to the participants. This facility embodies a holistic healing style for individuals affected by cancer and is ideal for the body and soul.”
While at Waterford, Holmes and Kifowit met Rush Copley President and CEO John Diederich, Rush Copley Vice President and Chief Development Officer Alex Pope, and Waterford Place Program Development and Operations Manager Kelly Huggins.
“We were so pleased to have Senator Holmes and Representative Kifowit here to see our facility and learn about our programs,” Huggins said. “Waterford Place programs are open to anyone impacted by a cancer diagnosis. I hope they will help us get the message out to any of their constituents who may benefit from our programs.”