Home care founder’s vision in action | Letter

As our 35th anniversary year comes to an end, we want to reflect on the great impact of our founder, Jean Griswold. In 1982, the first Griswold Home Care office opened, fulfilling Griswold’s goal of providing care that could keep seniors, the infirmed and those recovering from injury in the place they love most — their homes. In the 35 years since, Griswold Home Care’s thousands of caregivers have seen to the needs and comfort of thousands of clients across the country.

We’d like to wish a very Happy New Year to all our clients, caregivers, professionals and otherwise, who selflessly endeavor to keep the spirit of Jean Griswold alive and thriving. Sadly, Jean Griswold passed away earlier this year at age 86, but we see her vision in action in Bellevue every day.

Ken Krajewski

Griswold Home Care of Bellevue & Eastside director


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