Nancy Geiger, a volunteer with Bethesda in Willmar, was recently honored by LeadingAge Minnesota with the District E Volunteer of the Year Award.
The District Volunteer of the Year Award honors individuals whose commitment and dedication enhance quality of life for seniors and their communities. Nancy was one of seven volunteers selected for the regional award.
Ms. Geiger has been volunteering at Bethesda Sunrise Village for more than 20 years. “Tenants at Sunrise Village Assisted Living look forward to seeing Nancy every month. She does an excellent job of fulfilling our tenants spiritually with the bible study she shares,” stated Angie Gerhardson, Sunrise Village Housing Coordinator.
Ms. Geiger received the award at the LeadingAge Minnesota Institute. She accepted her award during a coffee reception held at Bethesda Sunrise Village with her family and Sunrise tenants in attendance.
Bethesda, a non-profit organization, strives to create quality health, housing and home-based choices for older adults with the goal of helping those served live an active, healthy and high quality of life. Bethesda provides senior care services to more than 500 older adults every day. Services include skilled nursing care, short-stay therapy centers, home health care, outpatient therapy, independent and assisted living, adult day services and a wellness center for those 50+.
About LeadingAge Minnesota
LeadingAge Minnesota is driven to transform and enhance the experience of aging. Together with more than 50,000 caregivers, their members provide quality, compassionate care to 63,000 older adults every day in all the places they call home including independent senior housing, assisted living communities, in-home care and skilled nursing facilities.