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Kind Regards: Serving with faith and commitment

Kind Regards: Serving with faith and commitment

Recruiting Compassion

Recruiting Compassion

Lester Rupp’s Legacy of Art

Lester Rupp’s Legacy of Art

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Why being nonprofit matters at Presbyterian Homes & Services

Why being nonprofit matters at Presbyterian Homes & Services

Much has changed at Presbyterian Homes & Services since we opened our first senior community in 1955 but one important thing has not—we remain a faith-based and mission-driven organization. Today is National Nonprofit Day and we want to share why being a nonprofit organization matters to us.

Repaying a debt 80 years later

Repaying a debt 80 years later

Boutwells Landing resident Lester Heggernes featured in the Pioneer Press and the Stillwater Gazette for his selfless service to those in need at St. Paul’s Union Gospel Mission.

Butterfly Kisses at Norris Square

Butterfly Kisses at Norris Square

We’ve shared the inspirational “My Why” stories from volunteers, residents and PHS staff members---today we share a touching “My Why” story from a Monarch butterfly at Norris Square.

Three generations: visiting, living and working at Pres Homes

Three generations: visiting, living and working at Pres Homes

You could say that for Marilyn Eckerle and Jennifer Malecha, longevity runs in the family. Although, it might not be the same longevity that you’re thinking; the mother daughter duo just celebrated 25 years of service at Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) and have no plans of stopping anytime soon!

A lifetime's not too long to live as friends

A lifetime's not too long to live as friends

As the saying goes, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder,” and that is certainly true for Phil and Harry, longtime residents and friends at Kirkland Crossings in Pewaukee, WI.

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