Messages For Our Heroes

“Dear friends at Meadowbrook Manor,
We realize your job puts you at extraordinary risks and we wanted to express our thanks and gratitude for being heroes and taking such good care of our community. We send all of our love and appreciation to your amazing staff. And big air hugs to all the residents. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Take care and stay safe.”

– The Robles Family

“Dear someone who could use a hello,
My name is Asha, and I am also a healthcare worker. I know times are very rough due to the pandemic, but I am writing to you to hopefully brighten your day. Before you step in to the role of being an essential healthcare worker, always remember that you are making a difference in someone’s life. You are loved, appreciated and important always, but now more than ever. If you are a resident, I wanted you to know we are doing all we can to ensure your safety. Feel better continue pushing and fighting through. You are also loved and appreciated! We will get through this together!”

– Asha Wilson, CNA

“We would like to thank you healthcare providers who took care of our family member and dear friend. She spent many years and Meadowbrook, and we feel that she received the best care she could have at any facility, she got at Meadowbrook. The nursing staff was always kind and caring to her medial needs, and and those who provided the recreation and social activities were some special friends to her. We appreciate all who had a part in her care in all her years that we considered Meadowbrook Manor her home. Bless you all.”

– Relative of Meadowbrook Resident

“Dear healthcare workers,
We thank you for staying at the hospitals and staying strong through this awful epidemic”

– Troop 75163