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December 2015

Music to My Ears

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This has been a year of so many tremendous blessings for Noah Homes; two homes are in the construction phase, dozens of community partners have contributed their services to make this a success, and I continue to meet new partners every day.

The details are starting to make their way to the top and what more can a woman ask for than when her builder says, “Molly could you do some shopping on the appliance and cabinet websites and tell me what you want us to order?” Music to my ears, and a grand way to end the year on a very high note!

May your family and friends find joy in the new year, and I hope you do something to ignite your passion; I can tell you from experience…amazing things happen.

On Their Watch

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I know many of us think that the most fun in a building project is watching the actual construction, seeing the framing go up, and the walls, paint and other wonderful finishing touches. We all need to remember that somewhere early in the process, a group of dedicated board members made the decision to move a project of this size forward; on their watch. I am so grateful to the Noah Homes Board of Directors for having faith in the need to build the two beautiful homes that will serve those on our campus and in the San Diego Community who desperately need end of life care now. We took the gang on a construction tour and they were very impressed with the skills of those building these homes. Merry Christmas!

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Lending a Hand

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How is it possible to be sure that so many moving parts are working together? The answer is simple; constant oversight and lots of eyes on the plans at all times! I got first hand experience over the weekend as I was trained to hold the “rod” as my husband “shot grade” to be sure that the walls getting formed up match the plans, and more importantly, are doing their intended role in the construction process. There is a lot of fine tuning that is done “under construction” and it takes lots of dedicated people to be sure the process runs smoothly. My thanks to my husband, Rey Nocon, for taking his personal time to lend a hand in the construction of our Memory Care Homes!

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