In the mid 1990's, Louie and Sue Almanza struggled to make ends meet for their growing family of three boys and one girl. They delivered newspapers, cleaned parking lots, hung Christmas lights, and well ... just about everything to pay the bills, keep a roof over their heads, and food in the bottom-less bellies of their four children. And then an opportunity came their way.
Maxine Miller was a retired school teacher and the nicest, sweetest lady we had ever met. As her health declined, her son, Gary, torn by the angst of putting his mom in a nursing home, approached Sue and Louie about taking his mom in as a board and care resident. The result was a blessing that will never be forgotten - for everyone.
Now, fifteen years later, Sue and Louie still take in seniors into their home. The blessings became addictive. Besides this, they are currently training others to do the same in order to provide a valuable option in the senior care industry.
Read the Miller story here.
Read Dr. Contri's praise here.