418 Washington
Quincy, IL 62301




“Both of my grandmothers resided at Sunset Home.  I can’t begin to describe the wonderful care … for them and for me. The staff helped guide me though the process of caring for both of them.  A very kind and patient group of people who were a tremendous support to my family.” – Susan



“I just wanted to write a letter to Sunset Home expressing my heart-felt appreciation to everyone that worked during my mom’s stay.  I mean from the time she stepped foot in there to call Sunset home (Theresa, Admissions), from the time she departed to go to her “final home” in Heaven, the staff has done a phenomenal job in taking care of my mom.  She loved and cared about everyone she encountered, and most loved her!  Each and every department from the Receptionist, Rachel Green, to the maintenance people, all gave my mom the utmost respect and love.  Any concerns that my mom had were always addressed and handled in a timely manner, and with love.    I’m truly grateful that my mom was able to call Sunset her home, and for the love and care that was extended to her.  I give “high honors” and will recommend Sunset Home to anyone looking to place their loved ones in a nursing home.  Again, Thanks for EVERYTHING!” – Yolanda Wilson



“When it becomes necessary to entrust the care of a loved one to someone else; we cannot think of a better group than our “extended family” at Sunset Home.  For over seven years they have been there for our family, anytime day and night…….over and over again.  They have given us peace of mind because we know they care as much as we do for all the members of our family that have been there and are there now.  Thank you Sunset Home for being a part of our family.” – Jeffrey & Gina Wolf




“I want to share some nice words I’ve heard about Sunset Home and your staff.     My Administrative Assistant has a sister who just recently returned to her home from a stay at Sunset.   She shared with me her sister’s experience about when a Restorative Aide asked her sister;  “What is it that you really want to do?” and your resident responded that she wanted to walk.  That aide went to her several times each day and worked with her faithfully until finally she was able to walk a bit and, as I understand it, was then able to have her catheter removed.  What a testimony to caring on the part of that aide.  Wow.  Talk about going the second mile and putting the resident’s desires in first place!   I wanted to convey that word of Sunset Home’s outstanding care and kindness reached all the way out here to the NW corner of Iowa.”   – Char Ten Clay, Director of Senior Care Services, Orange City, Iowa


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