"Though his stay at St. Camillus was not very long, I know that my father enjoyed his many friends, a close relationship with staff and
administration, and a special spiritual relationship with God through Father Jack. Thanks to the loving and professional care of your dedicated staff,
Jack\'s days at St. Camillus were happy ones, in a place where Jack felt safe and at home, entertained by friends and activity staff, and nurtured by warm
and compassionate St. Camillus employees and volunteers. Thanks to you for your warm and friendly style and your attention to resident concerns and to
your administrative staff who carefully and campassionately guide deliverance of your health care product."
- Frederick L. Colbert
"Thank you so very much for helping me to get John in your excellent facility. He really likes it there & I think he\'s doing real well; he has thanked
me many times for getting him moved to a cleaner & better nursing home. He said the food is delicious and he loves his room. Sleeps better & eats
better too. Everyone is so pleasant and helpful. I appreciate all you have done and will never forget it, or you. Thanks again."
- Helen Nedoroscik
"My family and I would like to thank all of you for the kind and compassionate care that was given to our dad, Walter. This was a difficult time of
adjustment for our dad, and us. Every day that he was there we know he was given wonderful care. We were blessed to be surronded by people as kind and
caring as all of you."
-Bonnie Wunschel, Sharon Hoekstra and Family
"The family and I wanted to express our appreciaton for all the wonderful care and attention you gave John and us. It is not easy to watch a loved one
become so dependent, but the staff\'s support helped tremendously. There are some truly wonderful nurses on staff at St. Camillus; a few of whom John had
really taken a liking to. Again, thank you for your support."
"No words can adequately express our family's gratitude for the care, compassion and respectful attention given to our father. From the time he became a
resident to the time of his death, he was not just a patient -- this was his home and the staff treated him accordingly. He particularly enjoyed daily
Mass with Father Jack...he was comforted to know that the sacrament was there each and every day. He did enjoy the activities of his choice, and was very
grateful that he wasn\'t "forced" to join in those he did not especially like (as in bingo.)
From all of Ed\'s family, our sincerest thank you and heartfelt appreciation for taking such good care of our father.
-The Tancrell Family