Primrose Awards Tana Ree with Scholarship

By | April 17, 2013

Primrose Retirement Communities, LLC Awards Tana Ree with Scholarship

ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA – Primrose Retirement Communities has named Tana Ree as one of two winners of their annual education scholarship. The formal announcement was made on Wednesday during the company’s annual Leadership Conference in Tampa, Florida.

Ree serves as an Assisted Living Aide at the Primrose Retirement Community of Mankato, where she joined the Primrose team in 2012. Ree’s plan is to stay in the medical field. She says her goal is to become a Nurse Midwife.

“Tana has great potential, and it is a priority for us here at Primrose to invest in our employees and in the next generation of health care professionals,” said Primrose Retirement Communities President BJ Schaefbauer. “We’re glad to be able to help Tana pursue her education, and we’re proud to have her on our team.”

Ree will be pursuing a degree in Nursing from Rasmussen College.

The other Primrose Scholarship winner is Emma Fierek, who works as a Dietary Aide at the Primrose Retirement Community of Wausau, WI.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Primrose Retirement Communities
Melissa O’Hara, Director of Marketing and Sales
mohara@primroseretirement.com
605-725-3981

About Primrose Retirement Communities
With 29 locations in 14 states, Primrose Retirement Communities, LLC is a provider of independent and assisted living communities. Founded in 1989, Primrose Retirement Communities’ mission is to create a healthy, happy living environment for seniors. For more information about Primrose Retirement Communities, visit www.primroseretirement.com.

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