Couple to open Synergy HomeCare in Brookfield
Steve and Patty Reske will be opening their own Synergy HomeCare - the first Synergy in Wisconsin - in Brookfield at the end of this month.
Steve Reske spent nearly 15 years managing and consulting for financial institutions but wanted to take control of his own destiny and open a business.
Patty Reske, a stay-at-home mom and former sales representative for Energenecs, felt the same way, and the couple began researching concepts that would allow them to not only open a business they could grow, but also one that would provide a service to the community.
"People want to remain independent for as long as possible and Synergy HomeCare can play an integral role in helping these individuals through the most important transitions in their lives," Steve Reske said in a March 17 news release. "The need for this type of service is only going to increase as time goes on, and we are looking forward to being a part of this growing industry."
HomeCare, founded in 2002 by Peter Tourian, provides high-quality, non-medical care to people in their homes.
Potential clients can call any time of the day and night to request a caregiver and Synergy HomeCare responds.
Synergy HomeCare does not limit its services to seniors and provides high-quality, non-medical home care to people of all ages.
Caregivers are available on an hourly, daily, weekly or 24/7 basis, 365 days per year to seniors, the convalescing, adults injured on the job, those recovering from injuries, the disabled, or anyone who needs help with daily activities.
The Reskes' territory will cover Germantown, Wauwatosa, Menomonee Falls, Brookfield, Elm Grove and northwest Milwaukee.
The couple hopes to expand their territory and open a second office within the next five years.
Easter Bunny to visit mall until April 11
Spring photos with the Easter Bunny will be available for families and their children until Saturday, April 11.
The Easter Bunny will appear in center court from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Picture packages that are available include the following:
• two 5-by-7s, four 3-by-5s, eight wallets, one high resolution bunny photo on a CD, plus a free gift, for $39.99;
• two 5-by-7s, four 3-by-5s, eight wallets, and a free gift for $34.99;
• two 5-by-7s, two 3-by-5s, four wallets, plus a free gift for $29.99;
• one 5-by-7, two 3-by-5s and four wallets for $24.99;
• eight wallets for $22.99;
• four 3-by-5s for $19.99;
• one 3-by-5 plus two photos in two keychains for $15.99;
• and two 5-by-7s for $19.99
Candy store to open in Brookfield Square Mall
King of Sweets, which offers a European and Continental selection of sweets, plans to open its door on Monday, March 30, in Brookfield Square Mall.
The store offers over 60 varieties of products, ranging from gummies to chocolates.
BUSINESS: Synergy HomeCare
ADDRESS: 200 S. Executive Drive, Brookfield
PHONE: (262) 754-9500
WEB SITE: synergyhomecare.com
BUSINESS: Brookfield Square Mall
ADDRESS: 95 N. Moorland Road
PHONE: (262) 797-7245
WEB SITE: shopbrookfieldsquaremall.com
HOURS: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
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