Frank Guajardo began his healthcare career in college, when he worked as a certified nursing assistant. Since then, he has dedicated his career to senior living, working for the past two decades at skilled nursing and continuing care communities. Frank says that our Victorian Village’s mission “speaks to an important life lesson, which is helping those that can’t help themselves, or who are in need.” Frank and his wife Neli have 3 children and a bulldog named Lexi—one big, happy family.
Welcome to Victorian Village. We’re happy you stopped by, and we hope you’ll stay for a while and get to know us better.
Victorian Village offers a full continuum of excellent services on one campus: Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing Care. We also offer short term rehabilitation therapy, as well as various campus assistance—all available if needed. It’s a great place to set down some roots, no matter what your care needs currently are, because we can serve you in your future, too. But to get to know us best, we hope you’ll come for a visit so we can show you our unique community: unique in beauty, unique in living options, and unique in personality. You’ll find a warm and friendly feeling here from those you meet, whether they are resident, family, or staff. And you will also see the aspect of our campus that sets us apart most—our Small House style of Skilled Nursing Care and Rehabilitation Therapy, where everything looks and feels like home.
We hope you experience the Victorian Village difference while you’re here, and just know that if you have any questions, we’d be happy to assist you.
Enjoy Your Visit!
Dave Tiemersma has over 30 years of experience serving people in his community, and has been in various administrative positions at Victorian Village for 8 years. He loves the feeling of community and family here, and says, “’Enhancing the lives of those we serve in the name of Jesus Christ’ is how I was raised – family, school & church. This way of approaching service has always driven what I do and how I do it, whether or not it pertains to Providence. It’s great to work somewhere that espouses the same perspective.” Dave and his wife Amy have 3 sons who all live out of state, giving them plenty of excuses to travel.