Inspirations, Parkinson's Club

Driving a Tractor, Daddy?

If you follow the Gentog Facebook page, you know that we've been having a great time this week on a special project.  We have been interviewing each Gentog senior, asking the question "What was your favorite job?" and we've asked each child "What do you want to be when you grow up?"  We write the

TriMet Drivers Rock!

I tell all new clients that our TriMet Lift service is awesome...that it's convenient and safe and a great way to get their loved one to our program. I also always mention that the drivers are wonderful, we see many of them daily, and I'm impressed with their level of service every day. Today, one of
Gentog History, Gentog Seniors, Inspirations

I Love You, Bob

I love you, Bob I have had the pleasure of getting to know an amazing woman who runs an adult day program in our state. She is passionate about helping the seniors in her town, and it all began with a desire to keep her own husband happy as he faced dementia. She recently

Five Generations

It's official!  I am now a grandma.  What an exciting time.  Little Braylon has blessed us by beginning the next generation of our family.  We now have five generations living...4 of the five living together in one house.  I really  DO believe that generations belong together! Intergenerational living is a blessing...but not without it's challenges.  Grandma has

A Note From My Sister

I'm working away today...trying to get the company bills paid and preparing to do a presentation about Gentog.  Then I see a notation that I have a message in Facebook...better go check it out. My sister Julie lives in Germany.  She's married to a German man that she adores, and she's happy to be with him. 
Faith, Inspirations

A Bold Leap of Faith

I don't usually buy the "Dummy" know the ones that explain things for Dummy's.  It's not because they aren't well written, easy to understand and extremely helpful.  They are usually all of those things.  It just bugs me to buy something that calls me a dummy. So I'm standing in the line at the grocery
Gentog History, Gentog Seniors, Inspirations

Bob Jones – My Inspiration

[caption id="attachment_92" align="alignnone" width="300"] Is there a treasure in that pocket, Grandpa Bob?[/caption] Before Gentog opened it's doors it was a dream.  It took several months of planning to figure out what kind of business Murt and I would build.  We knew we wanted to do it, but it was scary to leave the security of