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Senior Living Royalty Scott Studebaker

Providence Life Services

Senior Living Royalty: Scott Studebaker Lives Out the Family Motto

Scott Studebaker’s father Wendell ran a successful senior living community in Zion, Illinois, and his motto was simple, “Treat the residents like kings and queens.” It has stayed with Scott throughout his 34 years of service to Providence Life Services, the place he has chosen to spend most of his professional career. …

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Providence Newsletter: Skilled Care Earns Highest Honors

TINLEY PARK, Ill. (April 2019) — This issue of the Providence Newsletter for 2019 features our Transition to Home program that helps people adjust to life after discharge from the hospital or rehab. It also includes a story about former Bear, Gene Schroeder, as well as information on our Downers Grove medical director Dr. Zaman, the divestiture of our Palos Heights Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center. Also featured is the announcement of our being rated “Best Nursing Home” by U.S. News and World Report. You can also read about wonderful connections made between older adults and students, updates on Park Place Saint John Phase 2, our generous donors and much more. Click the headline to view this Providence Newsletter. …


Providence Life Services

Zeeland resident Sprague gives back to community

We’re thankful to LaVerne Sprague and appreciate her commitment to our community. If you would like to look into volunteering opportunities at Royal Park Place or any of our Providence Life Servicescommunities, click here. …

John Klee

Providence Life Services

John Klee celebrates 100 years of life and history

John Klee, Jr., was born to parents John and Sophia Klee (and older sister Anna) around 9 p.m. on March 18, 1919, at his parents’ home in Hammond, Ind. When Sophia began to go into labor, John, Sr., rode his motorcycle to the hospital to secure the services of a midwife, but by the time the midwife arrived, so had John, Jr. …