Glorybee Ramos brings joy to residents at Sunset Meadows
December 25, 2015
Glory rings through the hearts of those who reside at Sunset Meadows I and II, thanks to love and care provided by Glorybee Ramos.
Ramos started working for Sunset Meadows in March, and it was an answer to her prayers.
Prior to getting hired to manage Meals on Wheels for the seniors at Sunset Meadows, she was offered two other jobs that didn't give her the feeling of joy she wanted. Now, she gets to work in a position that holds great meaning to her.
"(The seniors) make me feel like I'm a part of their family," Ramos said. "I get 1,000 hugs a day."
On the days that she's not scheduled to work, she stops by Sunset with her two daughters just to say "hi" to the residents.
"They're special. They need attention and care," Ramos said. "It's sad to see how many of them never have visitors."
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It's her goal to make them feel loved and wanted. Tears filled her eyes as she spoke about how much enjoyment she feels working at Sunset Meadows.
"I wish they had an idea of how much they make my day," Ramos said.
Her boss, Shawnna Muhme, said it's quite the opposite and that Ramos makes everyone else's day bright.
"She's a wonderful, wonderful person," Muhme said. "She is very dedicated to taking care of others. She's respectful and honest, hardworking and caring. She follows through with everything she does. She deserves a lot of credit."
Ramos is incredibly humble and only wanted to talk about those she's connected with at Sunset Meadows.
"We don't know how long they're going to be here. We want them to feel special too. They're all alone. They think I give to them, but they give to me," she said.
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