Payge Carpenter, Direct Care Worker, helps residents practice signing their names.

Never Stop Learning

Purpose, confidence, and growth are principles that have laid the groundwork for an exciting new era at St. Louis Center.

Ten residents started a journey in August 2021 that would teach them new skills helping them to have more independence. This spring, these residents will be graduating from Independence College, a program lead by St. Louis Center’s Social Services Supervisor, Sheryl Mohr…  Read more here…

Highlights from this Issue
SLC admins in the main lobby

Page 2 – Updates from Fr. Enzo

Page 3 – Pasta Dinner

Kassandra Lewis

Page 4 – Profiles of Guanellian Staff

Page 5 – Winter Highlights

Page 6 – Residents Gain Independence

Page 7 – Upcoming Events


The world is definitely a better place because of the life of Sr. Margaret Mary Schissler, known as “Peg” to her family and “Sr. M&M” to all.

Sr. M&M died quietly on January 18, 2021 at Mt. St. Joseph, Lake Zurich.

Read more about her impact here…

From Fr. Enzo

Happy Easter!From Fr. Enzo...

The existence of St. Louis Center is a witness to the mystery of the death and resurrection of the Lord. Throughout its history and for so many years, St. Louis Center has brought hope to many people and will continue to do so for years to come.

Now that we are seeing many more needs for the aging population, we are investing a lot to train the staff in order to face these new needs and challenges.   Read more…


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