BLOOMINGTON, Ill.,
14
April
2020
|
05:00 PM
America/Chicago

State Farm Employees Spread Cheer Outside Assisted Living Facility in Elaborate Costumes

For 24 days, the creative costumes just kept coming!

It’s a scene that pulls at your heartstrings: A husband singing to his wife through a nursing home window. Across the globe, sons, daughters and grandchildren have found creative ways to make connections with loved ones most at risk right now. State Farm® employees Corey and Pam Schieler have brought cheer to assisted living residents in Bloomington-Normal, Ill. The couple visited the facility where Pam’s parents live for 24 days in a row, repurposing some pretty spectacular homemade Halloween costumes to draw smiles. On that last visit, they took Pam’s parents home to stay with them.

“We are a close family, and this was a fun way to show how much we love our mom and dad,” Pam said. “I think the other residents have enjoyed our visits as well.”