From the family of Elmer Rosin,

We wanted to thank Oak Hills Living Center for all they did for our Father, Elmer Rosin.  He spent the past four years of his life in the Rehab unit, Assisted Living, and the Nursing Home.  He passed away March 13th, 2020 at the age of 97. 


He was always treated very well with cares, activities, kindness and the love felt from the workers and all the staff.  Elmer would say, ‘How the workers all know me and they call me by my name. That is so nice!’  The activities that he would not miss and truly enjoyed were old time music, his church services, going out on the pontoon fishing at Sleepy Eye Lake, and all the Bingo games.  It was especially nice to have a worker by his side during the bingo games, as he couldn’t hear very well.  The many numerous activities kept him busy. 


All we can say is that in our Fathers’ last years he was fulfilled and loved by all the attention that you gave him.  We would also like to recognize the staff that were with him the last week of his life.  There was so much empathy shown for him and our families.

Thank you to everyone at Oak Hills Living Center. 

Elmer’s Children


~ Carol Flygare, Linda Dorn, Shirley Krienke, Stanley Rosin

"Thank you is so very inadequate. We would recommend this facility to anyone and are so blessed to have both parents in the same place, and right in their hometown. This doesn’t happen everywhere and doesn’t get any better than this. God Bless you all."

~ The family of Stanley & Onie Dittrich

"For our family, Oak Hills Living Center has been an integral part of family life going back generations! My grandmother was a resident of the original Highland Manor; my mother was in hospice at Highland Manor and died just before residents were transferred to the new Oak Hills Living Center; my father was a resident at Oak Hills Living Center. Besides that uncles, aunts, siblings have either been residents or spent time in the short-term re-hab wing, benefiting from the physical therapy and care that brought them to full recovery. Indeed, Oak Hills Living Center and all its facets do make it a community home! I believe strongly in supporting Oak Hills Memorial Foundation because it provides the grants that help in making Oak Hills a special place."

~ Mary Ellen Domeier

"The caregiver was here on time, friendly, and she did everything I asked. The big plus was Mom liked her. My stress just seemed to
vanish in her care."

~ Christine, daughter of Home Health Care client

"We support Oak Hills Living Center because it is community owned and an important asset to our community. We are so fortunate to to have an excellent, progressive facility with a talented, dedicated and caring staff."

~ Jane & Bill Steinke

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