41.6 F
Muscatine
Monday, September 28, 2020
More

    Bickford of Muscatine

    There is no higher calling, no greater purpose than that of a caregiver. Somehow, we’ve come to believe that caregiving is just for some of us and not all of us. Yet at our core, we are all made to love, to connect, to extend ourselves in service of others. The question is ... do we have the will to love, to do what it takes, to risk ourselves in caring, even when the burden is great? In times of happiness, in times of sadness - we are that caregiver.

    Posts

    5 POSTS

    Comments

    0 COMMENTS

    Social

    Born at Burlington Hospital in June of 1932, Phyllis Barnes spent her childhood living in Wapello. She enjoyed life in a smaller...
    The fourth of nine children, Paul Kemper had a lively childhood growing up with his two brothers and six sisters. Kemper grew...
    Born in Wilton in 1924, Marcella Schnedler spent much of her youth living in rural Muscatine near Wild Cat Den State Park...
    Born at his family's home in 1926, Harrison Terry has lived his whole life in Muscatine County, save for a brief period...
    Born at Hershey Hospital on Mulberry Street, Patricia "Pat" Fridley has lived her whole life in Muscatine County. She attended Muscatine High...