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COVID-19 Robs Seniors of Human Touch

March 22, 2021

Faith, hope and love sustained John Donati through the depression, World War II and the polio epidemic. Today, those virtues are pulling him through the coronavirus pandemic.

Donati, who turns 96 on March 31, was born and raised on a dairy farm in Langeloth. He graduated from Burgettstown High School.

Currently, he is a resident of Southminster Place, which is one of three long-term care communities in Washington and part of the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.

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