The Administrator of IVH talks about going from Legionella to COVID and all of the new construction that will help the facility endure for years to come. Muddy River News This Week is furnished by Harvey’s.
QUINCY — Rick Gengenbacher may have missed an opportunity for a fabulous career in the sporting goods industry. The Illinois Veterans Home is grateful for that. Gengenbacher, 56, became the adjutant at the home on June 1. He replaces Dawn Whitcomb, who announced in December her resignation after 11 years in the position. The adjutant […]
QUINCY — The Quincy Tree Commission presented its Quincy’s Prestigious Landscape Award to the Illinois Veterans Home during a ceremony Tuesday morning at the IVH campus along North 12th Street. Mayor Mike Troup and IVH Administrator Troy Culbertson joined members of the Quincy Tree Commission for the presentation, which recognized the facility’s commitment to tree […]
QUINCY — Troy Culbertson was living in Quincy when he learned of 14 people dying and more than 50 being sickened from multiple outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease at the Illinois Veterans Home in 2015. Culbertson, who has worked in the long-term care business for 31 years, replaced Bruce Vaca as the administrator of the Veterans […]