"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.
Hi! I’m Tony, and I am one of the owners of Home Instead Senior Care here in Bozeman and Gallatin County. I love Montana from the beautiful mountain scenery to the rivers, animals, to the hay and wheat fields. The sky is so big it makes you feel alive. I love the people too, especially the Senior Citizens who are really Montana’s biggest treasure. I get to help make their lives better and give hope to their families. I am motivated every day by my own mom and dad and grandma who needed help in their senior years. My mom had cancer. My dad had diabetes and heart disease. My grandma had Alzheimer’s. We did what we could back in those days, but there wasn’t the care or tools available we have now! I have learned so much and am so lucky to be in a field where I can share this wonderful knowledge with you. My heart goes out to all who need a little or a lot of help. Just because you’re aging doesn’t mean you quit living. We train our CAREGivers to stimulate seniors and encourage them to have fun again. We succeed at relieving families of worry and stress. There’s not a day goes by that I don’t feel blessed to have this opportunity to help through the services we offer at Home Instead Senior Care. Call me today, I can help you too!
Hi, my name is Ruth Ann, and I am the other franchise owner here in Bozeman and Gallatin County. I owe so much to my parents who taught me to treat others with dignity and respect. I know they learned it from their parents and them from theirs as we are from a long line of pioneering families. I believe doing for others is the best work of life so when my husband and I got the opportunity to help seniors live a better life here in Southwest Montana I jumped on and held tight. I’m named after both of my Grandmothers. Ruth lived to be 104. When she turned 100 there was a big family birthday party and granny played softball with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a short lady, but everyone looked up to her. My Mom was 40 when I was born and my Daddy, 45. Almost always I remember being a CAREGiver. Mom had Rheumatoid Arthritis real bad and Daddy had Diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease. I helped a lot, but I was just a kid. They had it rough. As I got older I got better. If Home Instead Senior Care had existed then they could have had a more fulfilling life. Now I own a Home Instead Senior Care Franchise. There’s not too many days that go by that I don’t think about my folks. I take my job seriously and look for seniors that need help. The CAREGivers we hire are compassionate and caring people. They are wonderful individuals. I wish I could have had them help take care of my parents. We teach them that every person’s life is worth a novel, we know they treat everyone with dignity and respect. If you are looking for caring and compassionate CAREGivers to help your loved one you came to the right place. “To us, it really is personal.”
Jon brings a variety of life experience to the office. Having
served as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, Jon takes pride in
serving a greater need as well as placing the needs of the team over his own.
He studied Accounting and Finance in Montana and immediately went to work in
the New York banking Industry. With strong family ties to Home Instead, Jon is
enthusiastic about joining a Best in Class company that is always looking to
serve a greater purpose.
In his spare time Jon enjoys the outdoors by getting involved in
activities ranging from fishing and hiking to golf. His email address is Jonathan.Marchi@HomeInstead.com.
Jenny tirelessly fills many rolls working in our Bozeman and Helena offices. Having been a caregiver herself, Jenny trains our caregivers in the Bozeman area. Jenny also serves the Bozeman and Helena areas by providing informational seminars, meeting with seniors assessing their care needs, and builds and maintains relationships with providers in the community. With over 30 years experience as a family caregiver assisting with Alzheimer's, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and post-polio syndrome, Jenny has developed a deep love for seniors and a passion to help provide the best care available. Jenny puts all this to use as a client advocate working in the community with the Area Care Transitions Coalitions, Alzheimer's Association, Adult Community Care Team, and Montana Lifespan Respite Coalition. When not working or providing service in the community Jenny enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and extended family.
Katie grew up in Bozeman and was raised by her Grandparents. She became their CAREGiver when she was only nine years old. As her Grandparents aged she experienced the struggles they encountered, slowly losing the ability to do the things they used to do so easily. She understands firsthand the importance of treating our seniors with dignity and respect and is thrilled working in the Home Instead Senior Care office. Caring for her Grandparents gave her insight and skills that she gets to use every day to help families in Southwest Montana. Katie doubles as a CAREGiver if needed and actually was a CAREGiver here before being brought into the office.
When she is not helping others Katie loves the outdoors of Montana, documentaries, music, singing, reading, swimming, yoga, and working out. Her passions include her three dogs, a cat named Hercules, and a love of life.
Chances are when you call Home Instead Senior Care, Katie will be answering the phone, eager to help enhance your loved ones lives!
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