Whether it's a Good Samaritan Society resident who went skydiving or another who's making quilts for villages around the world, inspirational stories happen every day at Good Samaritan Society locations across the country.
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Mar 03, 2014
Ruth Reeser Ruth Reeser’s life got worse before it got better. After her husband, Warner, fell and shattered his arm, Ruth became his round-the-clock caregiver for a year. She says the fall was the beginning of the end for both Warner and herself. When Warner died two years ago, Ruth’s health had declined so much that she could no... Read more
Feb 19, 2014
(Baxter, Minn.) – For 91-year-old Daniel Bubalo, a routine stop to get his mail turned into an hours-long ordeal that frightened his family. Now, he’s using technology to make sure nothing like it happens again. As he stepped from his car one autumn morning, Daniel slipped and fell on the driveway. Pain prevented him from getting up and he was... Read more
Feb 10, 2014
You might be familiar with the words from 1 Corinthians that are often read at weddings: “Love is patient. Love is kind. … Love never ends.” Those lines don’t simply describe love as an emotion, they describe love as an action. Love is a command from God that many volunteers and residents live out every day across the Good Samaritan... Read more
Feb 06, 2014
Curling? Figure skating? Bobsledding? As the world tunes in to the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, our eyes are on these Good Samaritan Society athletes who are proving that physical achievement can be celebrated for a lifetime. Sam Padfield Resident Hot Springs Village, Ark. Sam Padfield played tennis his whole life, but his love... Read more