Gratitude

Send a Heartfelt Thanks!

We are privileged to care for your loved one, especially through this crisis. We appreciate the love and support we have received from our many family members and residents. If you would like to leave a message of gratitude or encouragement for one of our team members, we would love to hear from you!

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Thank You for Your Kind Words and Support

Kelli Curran

Aegis Living Kent Team, I will always remember your compassionate & gracious care you gave my Dad and thank you for the beautiful wind chime!!

Marc Iannucci

A huge THANK YOU to the entire staff! Chris, Fili, Jane, Marcia, Angelica, Juanita, Marychiu and so many more! You are all amazing, kind and caring people and the work you are doing in these uncertain times is wonderful. And allows me to no my Mom, Suzanne, is safe and sound in your care. Thank you all!

Janet Casal

I would be lost without Bobbie at the front desk (Aegis Lodge Kirkland). She is a bridge between me and my Mom and I can always count on her for a quick factual update.

McKenzie and Brianna are fabulous with my Mom. They truly care about her and they are some of the few that my Mom actually responds well to. I have a special place in my heart for both of them.

Tina

Greetings & Salutations, I would be remiss if I did not first say “thank you” to you and your entire staff for the amazing care that you provide to all the residence at Aegis. Not only during these very challenging times but everyday all year long. Nothing quiets our hearts more than to see a photograph of Mom and Don spending time together, or Mom smiling. We have enjoyed the FaceTime conversations that we have had and the

Michele Aoki

My 93-year-old mom recently passed peacefully, about a year after moving into Aegis Living. In a sense, it was a bonus year for us. She had lived a full life and was ready to go a year ago, but her resilient body kept on going despite the dementia that changed so much of what she could manage for herself. Last June, Mom agreed to a short-term stay at Aegis at Ravenna, and then moved in permanently in July. There were many