Fran DeGaetano & The Tale of Princess Peppercorn
Carlton Senior Living Blog | June 13, 2021

Fran DeGaetano & The Tale of Princess Peppercorn

Frances was born in Ocala, Florida and was raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her father worked for the ACL train line. After graduating from high school, Fran went to New York for a fashion and modeling class. As a student of the modeling class, she was given a room to rent on Long Island but spent her days in New York City. Fran says she quickly learned that modeling was not what she wanted to do. She says that in those days, models were not respected or treated well. She found a job in New York with a management group where she worked as a clothing buyer supplying large department stores. When retail buyers came to New York, she took them …

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Associates Talk About “Glowing Up” at Carlton Senior Living
Carlton Senior Living | June 12, 2021

Associates Talk About "Glowing Up" at Carlton Senior Living

From their entry-level positions to their current roles within Carlton, our associates discuss what it means to “Glow Up” at Carlton Senior Living. We’ll be featuring associates who are #GlowingUp all summer so check back for updates. Marco Santos “There is a certain sense of fulfillment that you get serving the amazing seniors who paved the way for us. They have so much history, passion, and wisdom to glean from. I am especially honored to continue to serve and support them as part of the Carlton Team. Carlton, who truly embodies the mantra of Love, Honor and Provide has allowed me to grow (and glow) both personally and professionally in my …

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Resident Spotlight – Margaret Paul of Carlton Davis
Carlton Senior Living | June 7, 2021

Resident Spotlight - Margaret Paul of Carlton Davis

Margaret poses with Miriam, Carlton Davis’ Executive Director. Margaret Boyd Paul was born on May 12, 1922. She grew up in Flat River (now Park Hills), Missouri. Margaret recalls not having running water or electricity as a young girl. Her parents, Finis and Mary Ann, had eight children together; Margaret was the second youngest. Her father worked at St. Joe Minerals in the lead mines. After graduating from Flat River Junior College, Margaret met her future husband, John Paul. They were introduced by Margaret’s best friend, Katie; Katie was married to John’s brother, Ted. They married in 1944, while John was in the service, and lived happily …

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