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Meet our Caregivers

Shannon Wilson, RN
Director of Nursing,CEO

Hello!  My name is Shannon and I am a Registered Nurse with 10 years of experience working with a variety of patients in emergency departments; 5 of these years were spent at Mayo Clinic-St. Mary's campus.  I have had a passion for the geriatric population since I was a young girl.  

I was lucky to know and develop a close bond with my 4 grandparents and 5 great grandparents; I had the opportunity to serve as a caregiver to them as they lived out their final months and days.  This is truly a special time to me in the circle of life.

I am a mother to 2 grown children.  I love trying new things.  When I am not working, I love to spend my time outdoors during any Minnesota season; we love to spend days on the lake, go snowmobiling, catch a MN sporting event or just jump in the car for a road trip.    

I look forward to meeting you and providing care that you and your loved one will treasure for years to come.

Jason Martin, CFO

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We asked our caregivers to provide a bio of themselves or answer a series of fun questions to get to know them better; here are their responses...

Jenna Hager, House Manager

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Gabbriele Wilson, Caregiver
  • What is the best piece of advice you've ever been given?  Age is just a number, maturity on the other hand is a choice.
  • Do you prefer cats or dogs?  Anything but bugs
  • If you weren't so good at your job, what would you be doing?  I'd probably do something with horses.
  • If you could invent a holiday, what would it be?  It would definitely involve something with cheesecake!  
Crystal Keys, Caregiver
I will never forget my first job working with the six mentally challenged boys in a group home.  I was only 16 years old at the time; this job led me to a lifetime career.  I have been a nursing assistant since the 80's and many things have changed over the years; especially the technology.  I have heard many aides throughout my career complain but they don't know how hard we had it back in the day.  
I love what I do, it's truly a blessing to have the opportunity to work with the many different walks of life.  A person has to be built for this kind of work with empathy, love and a whole lot of patience.  I wouldn't trade it for nothing; I love what I do!
Julia Evans, Caregiver
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Sharon Hutchinson, Caregiver
  • If you won the lottery tomorrow, what business would you start?  An after school program for at risk youth
  • What is the best piece of advice you've ever been given?  Knowledge is power and no one can ever take it away from you.
  • Do you prefer cats or dogs?  Nope-a llama
  • If I weren't so damn good at my job, I'd be_____.  An astronaut
  • If I could invent a holiday, what would it be?  A Yoga therapeutic holiday