Odd Fellows News

Katelynn Stephens, RN, DNS

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Katie StephensWe welcome Katie Stephens as the Director of Nursing Services at the Odd Fellows Home. Katie has spent her entire career at the Odd Fellows Home, starting as a nurse aide right out of high school and working her way up to various nursing and management roles.

Katie shares that “the Odd Fellows Home is truly unique. I feel I have grown up here and the staff and the residents have helped to make me who I am today. I am blessed with great mentors and I look forward to being able to carry on the tradition of doing what it takes to meet the residents’ needs and provide the highest quality of life. We have a great team here and people who are truly passionate about caring for our residents and their families.”

Katie enjoys reading, mountain biking, and a variety of outdoor activities.

Double Retirement!

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Ce & CathyBoth Ce Liskey (32 years) and Cathy Westbrook (29 years) retire from the Odd Fellows Home today.  Ce has turned her Director of Nursing Services hat over to Katie Stephens and Cathy has given her Assistant Director of Nursing keys to Lorna Dotolo.  With 61 years of combined dedicated service to the Odd Fellows Home, we wish them both the very best in their well-deserved retirements!

AmazonSmile

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The Odd Fellows Home has just partnered with Amazon.com and the AmazonSmile Program.  Please click on the link below to set up you Smile account naming the Odd Fellows Home as the charity you would like to support.  Amazon will donate 0.5% of all your purchases to the Home and its residents.  Thank you for thinking of us!

Washington Odd Fellows Home

New Website for 2014!

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We’re excited to introduce our new website to the world! At Odd Fellows we strive to provide the best care starting with independent living all the way through our skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers.

We approached Spark Creative about creating a new website that highlights what Odd Fellows is all about, and to help us to communicate our message for our 3 levels of care. We hope you like it, if you think of anything else you’d like to see let us know.