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Penn Foundation Announces Naming of the Univest Corporation of PA Community Room

Penn Foundation is pleased to announce the naming of the Univest Corporation of PA Community Room in its recently dedicated outpatient mental health outpatient facility. The new facility is named after its founding physician – a Soudertonnative – and his wife, Dr. Norman L. and Esther B. Loux.

“Penn Foundation and Univest have been partners since Penn Foundation’s founding 58 years ago, so it is fitting that our Community Room is named in honor of an institution that continually gives back to this community,” says Wayne Mugrauer, President and CEO of Penn Foundation. “We have long shared the common core values of tradition, integrity, excellence, community, and spirituality, and we are very grateful to Univest for its generous and continued support of our work.”

The new outpatient facility enables Penn Foundation to more effectively and efficiently meet the needs of this community by centralizing services, expanding programs, and increasing access to care.

“We are proud to have had leaders of Univest involved in Penn Foundation since its inception and are committed to being a significant part of Penn Foundation’s community support in the future,” says William S. Aichele, Chairman and CEO of Univest Corporation of PA. “When people in our community are faced with mental health or substance use challenges, Penn Foundation is there for them; and because it is there, there is hope. This new facility truly exemplifies the Penn Foundation mission and such an incredible space makes individuals coming for treatment feel welcome, comfortable, and respected.”

About Penn FoundationSince its founding in 1955, Penn Foundation’s mission has been to instill hope, inspire change, and build community. Headquartered in Sellersville, PA, the not-for-profit organization provides a wide-range of compassionate, responsive, and innovative services that address the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community. With a strong belief in the healing power of hope and the resiliency of the human spirit , Penn Foundation partners with more than 10,000 individuals and families each year, helping them to realize their fullest emotional, physical, and spiritual health. For more information, please visit

About Dr. Norman L. and Esther B. LouxSouderton native Dr. Norman L. Loux met his wife, Esther Brunk, at boarding school in Virginia. They married in June 1941 and had three children: Elizabeth, Philip, and Peter. Dr. Loux was serving as the Assistant Superintendent of Butler Hospital in Rhode Island when he was asked to return to his home community to establish psychiatric services in the early 1950s. He saw his first psychiatric patient on October 20, 1955. Esther Loux, along with the wives of Penn Foundation’s founding Board, formed an active Women’s Auxiliary that supported the work of the organization. Dr. Loux served as Medical Director of Penn Foundation until 1981 and retired from seeing clients in 1984. He remained on the Board of Directors until 2008. Esther Loux passed away in 2001; Dr. Norman Loux passed away in 2010.

About Univest Corporation of PAHeadquartered in Souderton, PA, Univest Corporation of PA and its subsidiaries serve the financial needs of residents, businesses, and non-profit organizations in Bucks, Chester, Montgomery, and Lehigh Counties. For more information on Univest Corporation of PA and its subsidiaries, please visit


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