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Share Your Legacy: Dale Piepho

After undergoing several knee replacements and suffering from recurring C. difficile, Dale Piepho of Maplewood, MN began services with Legacy Home Care. His live-in caregiver helps him with activities of daily living, house work and medication management, and he can’t rave enough about the care he receives. In the latest video in our Share Your Legacy series, Dale talks about the legacy he hopes to leave behind – the exceptional care he provided and continues to provide to his son, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 3. He also shares his Minnesota Twins Bobblehead collection, which would
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Share Your Legacy: Entertaining the Elderly with a PhD in Fun

This post was written by Chris Eatheron, Director of Operations for Twin Cities Physicians As Director of Operations for Twin Cities Physicians (TCP), my role is non-medical. From my perspective, I cannot help but enjoy the care that we provide to our elderly population. Because the human condition is so complex, I find it interesting how things that are outside of our control can have a wide range of effects on our mood for the day or even longer. Depending on the person, a comment by a help technician on the phone can start the day off to a good
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Share Your Legacy: Wally the Beer Man

Buying a beer from Walter “Wally the Beer Man” McNeil was a part of the Twins baseball experience for four decades. Wally got his start selling beer at the Minneapolis Auditorium in 1970. Shortly after that he took a gig pushing suds for the Twins at Metropolitan Stadium, then at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome when the Twins moved there in 1982. Finally, he made the move to Target Field with the team in 2010. Today, Wally is happily retired, but will always be the king of Minnesota beer vendors. He has no major health issues, but at the age
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Exciting Announcement: Share Your Legacy Is Here

As the title of this post suggests, we have something exciting to share. We are very excited to launch a new campaign called Share Your Legacy. Leaving a legacy is an important part of your life’s work. A legacy develops from a life dedicated to self-reflection and purpose. And we aim to highlight the legacies of our clients, our employees, and our friends. Share Your Legacy is about sharing wisdom, life lessons and advice. It’s about life and living. It’s about learning from the past, We will be sharing videos, blog posts and other content in this space over the
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