Resident Celebrates 100th Birthday at First Oklahoma City Thunder Game, Named Photo of the Game

Resident Celebrates 100th Birthday at First Oklahoma City Thunder Game, Named Photo of the Game

Before Roy Cummings turned 100 years old, he had never been to an Oklahoma City Thunder game. To celebrate his birthday, the Concordia Life Care Community resident attended his first game on Feb. 11, where he was given his own personalized jersey and awarded the U.S. Cellular, “Photo of the Game.”

“We were so thrilled to give Roy this opportunity to go downtown and do something new for his birthday,” said Danny Eischen, Concordia Executive Director. “The Thunder worked with us to make a memorable experience that honors Roy and his 100 years of life and it was certainly a stellar night.”

Along with the jersey and being named the Photo of the Game, Cummings and his family also received pre-game access to see the players warm up and a birthday shout-out on the jumbotron. Additionally, Cummings was able to cheer on the Thunder during a memorable win against the Trail Blazers with his close family and friends.

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