MorningStar. It’s not just a lyrical name. Its roots go far deeper. Founder Ken Jaeger reminisces on the opening chapter of our story…. Read More…
Joy isn’t ever in a season but in the way we see. There is always reason to arise confident in the day and the promise it holds…. Read More…
Welcome to MorningStar
It’s in the air. You can feel it. You can see it with your own eyes every day: our staff flat out loving our residents, loving them like they do their own moms and dads.
We see our residents as heroes—men and women who have exacted out of life all its triumphs and trials, who in raw courage and tenacity have invested their days. Seniors are a testimony to the colossal events in history. Read More…
The Stars are Multiplying: Newest Communities Underway
The constellation of MorningStars grows! Our existing community of Parker Assisted Living by MorningStar is opening this December an annex building with 24 more Memory Care suites. Also progressing in its construction is Parker Senior Living by MorningStar, an independent and assisted living building on the southern end of our campus (opening January 2016). We’ve also broken ground on three more assisted living and memory care communities in Glendale, AZ; Boulder, CO; and Fort Collins, CO, all three to acquire their Information Centers this Fall (drop by then on-site to learn more).
The Stars are out—and they are multiplying!
MorningStar Memory Care Featured
MorningStar Memory Care was featured on the TV program, Colorado’s Best during its “Senior Week: Aging Gracefully” on Channel 2 and Fox 31. The host interviewed Kimberly Erickson, Senior VP of Operations, and Rebecca Martin, Reflections Coordinator of MorningStar Memory Care at Bear Creek in Colorado Springs.
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Part of MorningStar’s chosen responsibility as a company, and as individuals, is to invest our time and talents in charitable projects within our own city and around the world. In this, Founder Ken Jaeger takes a decided lead (pictured at the Casa Bernabe orphanage in Nicaragua).
Ken is passionate about helping the poor in Third World countries. From his earliest days in Colorado, he was deeply impacted by abject poverty internationally. Ken resolved then to use any success he might achieve in combating despair with hope.