Shawnee - Rose Manor Photos
Decorating the Christmas tree can be a moving experience. Just ask Wanda Campbell of Rose Manor. Campbell remembers a particular Christmas Eve some years ago. She and her husband were moving into their very first home. The tree was already up in their old place. Going tree-less on Christmas just wasn’t an option for Wanda though. So the couple loaded their fully decorated tree up onto a trailer and moved it right into their new home. It's a memory she will never forget.
Love That Works (1)
Most couples can’t imagine working together, but Josh and Tasha Fink prove each day that love and work can go hand-in-hand. Both work as certified nurse aides at Rose Manor, a Grace Living Center community in Shawnee.
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His Better Half (1)
Valentine’s Day Marks Shawnee Couple’s 72nd Together
“You complete me,” was a line made famous by the movie Jerry Maguire, but the script writers could easily have taken their cue from Gene Williams, 89, as he talks about Dorothy, the love of his life and wife of 72 years.Read full story here.
Rose Manor resident and veteran Dennis Harviston, who served in the US Marine Corps enjoys a bite to eat as the home honored local veterans in Shawnee.
Tedra and Michael Johnson, who both work at Rose Manor in Shawnee, say working together helps fuel their passion for caring for others. The two met, fell in love and married at the home.
2013 Christmas Party (10)Rose Manor, in Shawnee treated residents to a Merry Christmas party. They celebrated the holiday with food, music and special visitors including Santa.