Thank you so much for taking such good care of our father. We referred to Woodview as his “home sweet home,” and said he felt like he was living in the lap of luxury. We are so grateful to all of you for making his life at Woodview such a happy experience.
The Woodview Estates staff and residents are indeed “family”. Care and compassion radiate not only from staff to residents, but between residents. The entire staff nursing, dietary, clerical, housekeeping, maintenance, show concern and always extend a helping hand. They are exceptional!
Thank you for orchestrating this wonderful facility. It is a comfort to me that my mother is able to be a member of this extended family and feel secure in her “golden years”.
Words cannot express our gratitude for the excellent care you provided our grandmother. Everyone from the dining staff, the front desk, housekeeping, the nursing department and administration were always wonderful to her and to all of us.
The last several months were very difficult for her, but we were comforted to know she was with such caring people. She was treated with kindness and dignity unitl her final moment, for that we will be forever grateful.
We will miss her very much, but will take comfort in the blessed life she led. Our most heartfelt thank you and may God Bless you all.
To whom it may concern,
My name is Marcy Tierney and my father in law, Raymond Tierney, was a resident at WoodView Estates in Mays Landing for 5 months prior to his passing on 12/26/16. I jut wanted to take a few minutes to tell you that your staff is absolutely incredible. Vicky Pierro is without a doubt a gift from heaven. She was so accommodating, and warm, and gentle and professional all at the same time. Marie Cifielli, Director of Nursing, took wonderful care of Ray. Susan Ashe, Lindsey C., Jolene G, Kelly M., Dawn Huber, Dawn G., Brian D, the Maintenance Director, were all so wonderful to Ray and our family. Two others that really stood out were Jacob Behm, he is an aide who would always stop in to se Ray, chat with him and make sure he was okay. And finally, Theresa Grey, a new LPN. On Christmas Eve, Ray slipped into a coma and couldn’t get 24 hour hospice, she was in his room every hour on the hour (not a minute late) to administer his medication to make sure he didn’t suffer. What a truly amazing group of people you have working for you. From the bottom our hearts, thank you. Best – Marcy and Mike Tierney.