A Heartfelt Thank You

Posted by Four Seasons on Apr 25, 2022 8:00:00 AM

April 18, 2022

The Burris/Tempest family recently sent a donation in honor of the Four Seasons team that cared for their mom, Bobbie Whitaker (photos below). Their letter and donation, like so many we receive, celebrate the special kind of care and extra touch that Four Seasons delivers. It is this level of care that makes Four Seasons different.

Read More

Topics: Four Seasons, Foundation, Donor, Nonprofit, gratitude

Wally Ruck's Gift to Lois' Linens

Posted by Four Seasons on Mar 14, 2022 8:00:00 AM

March 14, 2022

WallyLois’ Linens was established in 2017 in memory of Lois Vera Cruz. When Lois entered Four Seasons hospice care, Four Seasons arranged for a hospital bed to be delivered to her home. Without twin-sized sheets to cover the bed, the family had to purchase them immediately.  Knowing that many households do not have twin-sized beds, and that every patient or family may not have the financial means or ability to get new sheets right away, the Vera Cruz family created Lois’ Linens, a program to provide new twin sheet sets to Four Seasons patients as needed. 

 

Read More

Topics: Four Seasons, Foundation, Donor, Nonprofit, Lois' Linens

Finding My Life's Passion- Brenda Shearer

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:35:51 PM

July 2020

“Ms. Brenda,” as she’s known around the Foundation, is the definition of love and kindness. Born in Wisconsin, Brenda Shearer’s background is nothing short of impressive. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction in Reading Language Arts, has co-authored four graduate level textbooks, and was a tenured professor at University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh.
But these are not the things that define Brenda. As she puts it, “I left ‘Dr. Shearer’ at the university when I retired.” Volunteering at the Four Seasons Foundation is now her greatest joy and passion in life.

Read More

Topics: Volunteer, Foundation

Finding the Right Place- Sandy Williams

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:33:13 PM

July 2020

It was 1986. I was working at my husband’s dental office raising two teenage daughters and was involved in many community activities when my mother was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. I was devastated. At first, our family managed to care for my mother.

Read More

Topics: Volunteer, Foundation

Content not found