A man who was the oldest resident at a Colonial Nursing Home in suburban Detroit was hospitalized with dementia after being treated at a hospital.
The Detroit News reports the man died on Sunday, June 12 after being admitted to the hospital for a brain bleed.
The man was in his 70s, the newspaper reported.
He had been a resident at the nursing home since he was a child.
The facility, which has more than 700 residents, was built in 1912 and opened in 1927.
Its mission is to care for people with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other neurological illnesses.