New technology at RSL

Employees of Rotary Senior Living are grateful for a generous donation of 30 walkie-talkies, complete with ear pieces, that they recently received in memory of one of the residents. Pictured front row, from left: Bernita Sanchez, Sarah Hill, Holly Fibikar, Brittney Sands, Karen Basner, and Ashley Watne. Back row, from left: Mel Kurth, Miranda Thul, Amber Kvale, Michelle Olson, Lori Merriss, Ayla Stumph, and Darla Eittreim. Photo by Kim Demory

Sterling Anderson was the type of man who left his mark on Eagle Grove. He was the city’s biggest cheerleader. Whether he was volunteering to be a greeter at Chamber/Ambassador events, or just someone in the crowd who took a moment to smile and say “hello,” Sterling always seemed to accomplish one thing - he made your day better.

After his passing a few weeks ago, his sons wanted to continue that spirit of making a difference that Sterling had. Since he spent his last few months as a resident of Rotary Senior Living, his sons knew from experience how they could make someone else’s life, and job, a little bit easier.

“Thanks to a generous donation from Sterling’s sons, in memory of their father, they have eased our jobs,” said Jan Asche, Social Services Designee.

Read the full article in the April 28 edition of the Eagle.