Gentry couple cares for disabled in retirement

Purchased Apple Crest Inn as home for those needing assistance

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Ric and Debbie Stripling purchased the Applecrest Bed and Breakfast in 2016 and use it to care for four people with disabilities. The home gives them the space needed to provide care for their house guests.

Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Ric and Debbie Stripling purchased the Applecrest Bed and Breakfast in 2016 and use it to care for four people with disabilities. The home gives them the space needed to provide care for their house guests.

Ric and Debbie Stripling may be retired but their idea of retirement is, perhaps, a little different from most. After retiring from Pathfinder Inc. two years ago, they purchased the Apple Crest Bed and Breakfast on the south side of Gentry so that they would have room to care for people with disabilities and help meet their needs, and that's what they are doing in their retirement years, caring for four with disabilities.


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