Nationwide Children’s boosts health of Columbus’ Linden, South Side

Alice Poindexter spent 30 years living abroad only to return to the South Linden home where she had spent so much of her childhood.

In the 1950s, the modest two-story home near the corner of Hamilton and 14th avenues came to encapsulate her youth, and Poindexter was pleased to see little of its charm had faded or been replaced with renovations when she bought it in 2001. Poindexter is one of nine siblings and her eldest sister had lived in the house for years, but was preparing to move into a new build in Canal Winchester.

“It brought back so many memories,” said Poindexter, 75.

Still, as Poindexter and her husband, Knud Manniche — a man she met and married while living in Denmark’s capital of Copenhagen — settled in over the years, she noticed the aging home was in need of some repairs. But after retiring from a career in child care, she didn’t have the funds to pay for any home improvements herself.

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