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June 2020
Message from CEO Deke Cateau
In light of recent events across the country, CEO Deke Cateau shared a powerful message with our employee care partners that we'd also like to share with you. Click here to watchYou can also read a statement from Deke here.
#GivingTuesdayNow Raises $4,500+ to Support A.G. Rhodes
Thank you to all the generous donors who gave to A.G. Rhodes last month for #GivingTuesdayNow. This day of giving raised money to support COVID-19 response efforts across the globe. Our supporters gave more than $4,500 to help improve the quality of life for our residents as we adapt our programs and resources to meet today's challenges, and it's helping us show our staff how much we appreciate their service. Thank you for being part of our community of care.
If you'd like to contribute to A.G. Rhodes' ongoing response efforts, visit and select the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response designation.
Employee Spotlight: Alexis Oliver, LPN
Alexis Oliver, an LPN at our Atlanta home, wants to reassure family members that—especially during these difficult days when they haven’t been able to physically visit their loved ones at A.G. Rhodes—she and her teammates continue to deliver compassionate care and companionship.
"We are their family. We love them,” she said. “We’re going through the highs and lows with them. It’s a struggle for everyone, but I feel a connection through this crisis. It’s bringing us together; it’s making us one.”
Read more about Alexis in this month's employee spotlight.
A.G. Rhodes Resident Featured in The Washington Post
“Recently, I’ve been listening to a lot of gospel music. With the virus out, I guess I’ve gotten closer to God.” —Marilyn Washington
A resident at A.G. Rhodes Atlanta, Marilyn Washington, offered some hopeful perspective in a recent Washington Post story highlighting first-hand experiences of nursing home and assisted living residents across the country. Read the story.
In Memory Of
Our heartfelt condolences are extended to the family and friends of Roberta Carr and Jean Elizabeth Burke Lynn, two residents who recently passed away. Read Mrs. Carr's obituary here, and read Mrs. Lynn's obituary here.
If you have a loved one who was an A.G. Rhodes resident who recently passed away, email us at to include his or her name and link to obituary in the next issue.
Staff Updates
Several employees have joined our team. See our staff updates.
Coronavirus Response
A.G. Rhodes continues to post updates on our response to COVID-19. For the latest information and resources, visit
Please stay tuned for our next round of news and updates, which will be emailed in August. 
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