O 1 Parkview UTLOOK Volume 29, Issue 4 April 2019 Parkview Health Care Facility is an affiliate of CMH, Bolivar, MO 65613, 417-326-3000 Facility Location: 119 West Forest, Bolivar, MO 65613, 417-326-3000 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Resident of the Month 1 Staff of the Month 1 Activity Highlights 2 Resident Birthdays 6 New Residents 6 Discharges 6 Meet: Jeanette Jacobson Staff of the Month What is your job at PV? C.N.A. & Med Tech How long have you worked at PVHCF? 9 months What is your favorite thing about Parkview? Working with everyone… the great staff and residents. What is your favorite thing to do when you are not at work? Spending time with my daughter. We like to go camping, attend girl scout activities, and we are very active in our church. Meet Judy Gladden, Resident of the Month Judy Gladden was born Feb. 2, 1946, to Charlie and Betty Rohrbach in California, Missouri. Charlie worked for the railroad un- til he retired, while Betty worked as a secre- tary for a poultry company. Judy grew up in Kansas City, Missouri where she went to elementary and middle school. During this time she spent time with family and would paint her grandmother’s fingernails each week for a quarter. Judy moved to Raytown South High School where she was the first graduating class for the school. After school, Judy worked as a secretary, waitress, seamstress, and as a nurse. Dur- ing this time she met Marvin “Dale” Gladden who she would later marry in October 1965. While at a Drive-In Theater, Dale tried to park his car next to Judy but a Carhop’s tray blocked the spot. When Judy got out to move it for him they started talking and their relationship grew from there. Dale worked as a laborer for companies such as Meeks and MFA. Together the couple had three boys Roy, Charlie, and Danny, as well as two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. They were married for 15 wonderful years and when asked her favorite part she said, “Getting to spend my time with him.” Growing up, there were mostly boys in Judy’s neighborhood so she enjoyed play- ing baseball, fishing, and camping. Every now and then she was even able to get the boys to play dolls with her. As an adult her favorite activities were painting and doing crafts. When she wasn’t working, her favorite things were to spend time with family and at Lindley Creek Baptist Church. That church is special to her because that is where she was saved at 20 years old and she was baptized in Lindley Creek itself. Judy came to Parkview in February 2018. When asked her favorite part of living here, she said the staff and friends she has made here. Congratulations, Judy, on being chosen as the Parkview Health Care Facility’s Resident of the Month! Are you a caring individual who would like to assist in caring for the elderly? Parkview Health Care Facility has opportunities in its volunteer and nursing program. For more information call Tim Francka, administrative director, at 417-326-3000.