Ted was born in Chicago Illinois June 5, 1928 with a younger brother who now lives in Oregon. Ted’s father owned a bar until Ted was 13 until his father went to work for the Wisconsin State Fisheries. Ted’s mother was a registered nurse.
For over a decade, Oaks Senior Living has maintained a reputation of delivering compassionate care to its residents with the belief that a senior living community is not just a retirement community but an extension of life where loved ones will comfortably call home. As a result the Oaks Senior Living has received a few high profile awards that reflect the hard work of the entire Oaks organization. Click on each image to read more information!
At Oaks Senior Living, we focus on preparing quality meals for our residents to not only enjoy, but also include the right nutrients and ingredients to promote healthy living. For a long time the food pyramid has given us a look at a balanced approach to the foods we should be consuming daily. Not everyone has the time to reread the pyramid and build an active schedule to follow but also risk serious health issues such as malnutrition. Especially for our aging loved ones in senior living communities it’s important to eat the right foods to stay focused to maintain an active lifestyle!
As we are well into 2016, we would like to take a few minutes to reflect and give an online shout out to our 2015 employee of the year. Oaks Senior Living caregivers do a tremendous service for our loved ones and so we will continue to recognize their work.
Mario, also known as “Rayito” was born and raised in La Romana, Dominican Republic. As a young boy, he enjoyed playing baseball and was good enough to play for one of the domestic teams from the D.R. In addition to baseball, Mario was a tough competitor in the boxing ring where he acquired his nickname “Rayito,” which means “Little Lightning” in Spanish.