This month we are featuring our Centenarian, Rosella “Pink” Graser, who turned 103 in March. When she was a young girl, friends nicknamed Rosella “Pink” and it stuck. Everyone still calls her that today. Of course, her favorite color is pink! She joined us here at St. Paul’s Home in February, 2005. When she arrived they asked her to tell an important story in her life. Pink tells of how her husband’s family was from New Richmond, OH. She recalls her mother-in-law talking of going by boat into Cincinnati to buy things; it was an all-day trip. Pink and her husband lived near the river. She said they lost everything in the 1937 flood and they themselves were rescued by boat from the second floor porch window. Those were certainly hard times. Each of our Centenarians could tell many stories of their past, each more interesting than the other. These are the cherished few, and we are pleased Pink is with us here at St. Paul’s home.