More than 50 percent of the employees at Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village sheltered in place with our residents during Hurricane Irma. In this video, Good Samaritan Society managers express their thanks for the efforts of so many people to begin the recovery process.
Employees make the difference after Irma [video]
Three cheers for the environmental services crew at Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village! President and CEO David J. Horazdovsky (center) visited with the crew to thank them for their ongoing work. Many of these employees tended to flooding issues at Kissimmee Village before caring for their personal property. And, they all continue to put in long hours helping restore homes and apartments damaged after Hurricane Irma. We’re all grateful for their service and commitment to caring for our residents.
Administrator Lisa Meyer says teamwork and a focus on resident comfort created a smooth transition when Good Samaritan Society – Daytona welcomed 59 displaced residents from Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village. The evacuees included 19 memory care residents who required special accommodations.
There still wasn't electricity at Good Samaritan Society – Florida Lutheran in DeLand, Florida, when administrators opened their doors following Hurricane Irma on Sept. 11, 2017. Bill Boglin was among the residents of Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village who moved to Florida Lutheran when their homes were flooded. Bill will stay in DeLand until his Kissimmee apartment is restored.
Marketing Coordinator Geykel Gomez says comforting our residents and keeping them safe is our first priority as Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village begins to rebuild.