Carol: 25-year East I Ambassador | Roseville-Eastpointe Eastsider
On August 30, 2023, a luncheon was held at American House East I for Carol Huck to honor her 25 years of residency in the building and to thank her for years of dedication and selfless giving.
In December 1985, Carol and her family attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the building, at the time, a senior living community called the De Seranno Residence. Almost 13 years later, after selling their family home, Carol and her late husband Jim made the move to the building on September 1, 1998. As an American House resident, she's been an advocate for the community and became a spokesperson in our marketing campaigns.
According to Life Enrichment Director, Jill Teper, “One thing you notice about Carol, she LOVES this building; the design of the building, the architecture, the history…and she loves the community! She has put her heart and soul into this community during the 25 years she's lived here.”
With her enthusiastic and helpful nature, Carol has worn many hats in the community. She is devoted to the community’s St. Rene’ Chapel, handling its bookkeeping and acting as Eucharistic Minister and lector. She also runs the very substantial library and weekly resident bingo. Carol has volunteered and helped in so many areas of the building it would be difficult to name them all. “She always has a smile on her face and a kind word to share. We are so thankful to have Carol as a resident and look forward to enjoying many more years with her,” said Community Relations Director, Jade McCollister.
“I have many friends here, both fellow residents and staff,” said Carol. “I enjoy living in my apartment and also having the ability to join others in activities.”
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