Thank you for your dedication and the crae that you give to all. Thank for working so hard to keep everyone safe during this crazy epidemic. We can't thank you enough for all that you do for my mother. Many of you have known her for a long time and for some it has been over 10 years. Living so far away in Michigan has meant our visites are never often enough, and now it is unknown when we can come again. Please know that you are in our prayers, and we appreciation you all so much.
I think so often of you all and hope you are doing OK, staying safe and well. I look forward to when it becomes safer for me to travel again and I can come by for a visit and to thank you in person for your care of R.
I am glad (my brother) had that time at the nursing home in Fonda. He was sober, clean and decent, well cared for and I think, mostly content. Of course, he was very confused the entire time, but the better side of his personality came out. He was liked by the staff and got along well with residents. I had some good visists with hime while he was there. When he suddenly failed that Sunday, I asked that (the staff) keep him at the home. The staff were so good to him and to me. They had someone sitting by his bedside the entire day, playing music and talking with him. When he was close to passing, they called and held the phone so I could tell him good-bye...He had such a better ending to his life than I would ever have imagined. It all seems such a blessing.
I am doing OK now. I had the virus but I am okay. I had a lot of health (sic) issues for a while. I am sorry that I (sic) haven't written to you before. I want to thank you for letting me stay there a year ago. Tell all the staff hello from and therapy people. I am doing better now.