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Leading with integrity, serving with grace

Leading with integrity, serving with grace

Dickson Hollow Campus Administrator Jenny Weise says there’s something special about Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS). She shares a touching story to highlight why she chooses to serve older adults at PHS and how she sees our values lived out.

Kind Regards: Serving with faith and commitment

Kind Regards: Serving with faith and commitment

In keeping with our Kind Regards series, we share an uplifting letter that recognizes the Optage and EagleCrest teams for their love and care of a resident who passed away several months ago.

Recruiting Compassion

Recruiting Compassion

What happens when you ask our recruiters why they’re passionate about their work? You find a treasure trove of inspiration! Listen as our Central Recruiting Team shares their “why” stories and you’ll understand why they are passionate about recruiting new team members for PHS.

Lester Rupp’s Legacy of Art

Lester Rupp’s Legacy of Art

Lester, an accomplished photographer and artist, recently experienced a Liberty Dream come true when Castle Ridge Life Enrichment Director Kari Johnson organized a formal art exhibit in his honor.

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.

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