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I have chosen to spend my career at Creekside because I felt that the Lord sent me here. Creekside is where I have grown my compassion. I love taking care of residents and ensuring their family members know they’re well taken care of and loved. Creekside is my home away from home.
What happens when an extended illness makes it difficult to pay your bills? Or when a house fire requires you to start over or broken water pipes makes a mess of your house? It’s easy to be overwhelmed in those crazy situations and wonder “where do I go from here?”
Each year Creekside proudly extends nearly half-a-million dollars in charitable care to those who have limited resources. All made possible by those donors who have opened their hearts to this ministry, in addition to those that made Creekside a reality in the first place.
Several notable things happened in 1915; the first stone was laid to create the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, the US House of Representatives rejected a proposal to give women the right to vote, Alexander Graham Bell made the first transcontinental phone call, Babe Ruth hit his first career home run and finally, Louis Wiemann was born.