Sponsored content: Reilly-Richards cannot imagine doing anything else


Throughout the years, Kily Reilly-Richards worked as a

CNA and volunteered as an EMT.

She later attended Walla Walla Community College

where she studied to become an LPN. For the past seven

years, she has worked at Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation.

“I love this job – the people who live here as well as

their families and the extended family I work with,” she


Kily said she enjoys the fact she works with not only the

residents, but their families and extended families as well.

“I get the chance to focus on the whole health of a patient,

which includes what is going on in their lives with

their families, emotional, spiritual, physical – the whole

person,” she said.

Kily has two sons, Ronald George, 29, who, along with

his wife, Vanessa, has five children in Newport, Wash.,

and Jack George, 27, who, with his wife, Rachael, has two

children and lives in Anacortes, Wash.

Along the way not quite a decade ago, after she and her

husband divorced, Kily said her life became complete

when she met her best friend, Cat, fell in love and married

two years ago.

Reilly-Richards said she cannot imagine doing anything

other than caring for the geriatric population.

“I feel they are the ones who laid the foundation for

our communities, and they deserve our respect and admiration,

as well as the best care we can give them,” she

said. “I want their days here to be some of their very best



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