What a blessing it is to live in such a caring community. Our mother's 10-year journey with Alzheimer's opened our eyes to all the loving people who surround us. Special gratitude for the staff of Harbor Lights House, who helped our mother live and die with dignity, to the members of the Sterling Senior Center who embraced her with open arms, and to Barbara Larson (Care Coordinator). The emergency crew who responded at the time of her death were respectful, efficient and brought with them a chaplin, Keith Randall, who stayed behind and ministered to us.
There is no better place to live, and die, than where you are surrounded by love and acceptance.
With grateful hearts; Ken and Geoann Reichert, Sterling
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