Sheena grew up in Grafton, North Dakota, attended Grafton High School and graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Community Health Education. She also has a nursing degree from Pickens Technical College, Aurora, Colorado.
I was born and raised in Walhalla, N.D. one of six siblings. I attended Mayville state college and have worked in the financial field for 40 years. I am married and have 2 children and 4 grandchildren. I love the lake life and I am an avid vintage and antique guru. I am very excited to start this new chapter in my life, it is something I always wanted to pursue.
I grew up most of my life around the elderly, as my mother worked in a nursing home for 40 years. I took care of both my Parents, Grandfather, Aunt, and my Husbands Grandmother until their passing. And I would say that was my most rewarding achievement to date. I bring with me the best experience you could have and that is living it.
Rebekah joins our team after four years with Sanford specializing in the administrative side of durable medical equipment and home modifications.
She grew up in Yorktown, Virginia and moved to Fargo with her husband and kids in the summer of 2016, having never even visited the Midwest!
And while the beach holds a special place in her heart, she is starting to appreciate the wonderland that snow brings, but wishes it was for a few less months of the year.
When not at work, she can be found with her two daughters playing sports, tending to their plants and animals, or working on a puzzle.
Three different sports, over fifty houseplants and six animals (including a cat, a bunny, and several reptiles) keep them very busy.
She is looking forward to this new adventure in her role as Service Coordinator and getting to know the staff and clients and how best to pair them up.
She has always held a special place in her heart for long term care and can't wait to make a difference in her community by keeping our seniors safe and in their homes where they belong.
Steph Grew up in Amenia ND and graduated from Central Cass High School in Casselton. As a teenager she began working in a long-term care center and as a young adult she cared for her mother who was battling breast cancer. In 2007 after having two children of her own she decided to pursue a nursing degree. She graduated from North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, ND in 2010.
Throughout childhood and into adulthood, her favorite thing to do was spend time with Grandma. They would go for walks, plant flowers, play bingo, do crafts, and watch Jeopardy. She believes that making memories to last a lifetime is really what it's about. She expresses passion in caregiving and is excited to guide others on the same path.
Steph is a wife, mother, and grandmother. She enjoys being active and spending time outdoors. She has instilled in her children the same love for people and has taught them to cherish every moment. Life is too short, therefore she intends to live her best life and is focused on helping others do the same.
Diane grew up in Iowa. After attending Des
Moines Area Community College, she departed for education abroad in Europe,
Africa and the Middle East.
The 25 years abroad living, studying and working has given a rounded education
in humanity's various cultures and languages. As a business owner in the
field of esthetician, working with massage therapy and alternative therapies
used around the world, gives a unique stance into the ever-growing
international population of Fargo and surrounding areas.
After returning to the USA Diane has followed the compassionate calling of
assisting and caring for seniors and all age groups through hospice organizations
as well as being associated with Home Instead Senior Care since 2006.
Diane moved to Fargo, ND with her Danish husband in January of 2007. Their 2
grown children with families visit frequently.
Diane spends her free time encouraging others to look within for the true peace
and understanding of this lifetime.
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.