Pasadena Businessman Serves Up Breakfast to Staff at Assisted Living Facility on Christmas

By Joey Reams and Brian Day

In a gesture of gratitude for their “tireless” work, a Pasadena businessman spent his Christmas morning dropping off breakfast for more than three-dozen staff members at a Pasadena nursing home.

George Penner, CEO of the deasy penner podley real estate firm, enlisted the help of five fellow volunteers to brighten the holiday for health care workers at Regency Park Oak Knoll Assisted Living and Memory Care, where his mother lives.

“We know how tirelessly those health care providers are working to keep people safe and healthy, and deasy penner podley is happy to contribute,” Penner said.

“Regency Park Oak Knoll is a fantastic memory care facility,  about three blocks from our Los Robles office,” Penner said. “They specialize in assisted living with adults that have memory care issues, Alzheimer’s dementia, et cetera.”

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