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About Therese Southwell
Therese Southwell is the co-owner of Rosette Residential Senior Living. Senior care has always been near to Therese’s heart. Her father worked in a nursing home in Chester County where she enjoyed spending time with residents as a child. Her father eventually opened a visiting-nurse service that he operated while also caring for family members in their home. As an adult, Therese would eventually care for her beloved Aunt Kay for many years. Though most of her professional career has been in real estate finance, she is also a licensed Personal Care Home Administrator. Therese looks forward to combining both disciplines with her lifelong love of seniors to continue making Rosette the premier senior home on the mainline.
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