Rosemary Brennan began working in the dining services department at Presbyterian Village in April.
She was born and raised in Fort Scott but moved to Texas for many years. Her roots in Fort Scott brought her back home.
She has four grown children and 12 grandchildren. Her grandchildren are very much a part of her life, and she talks about them all time as they are her pride and joy.
Rosemary enjoys her family, gardening, cooking and helping others.
Rosemary has been a great addition to the dining services team. She comes with 25 years of experience as a cook and has worked in multiple environments.
She worked for Mayberry Restaurant in Texas for several years, and also worked for Fort Scott Manor until it closed.
Her favorite recipe is homemade chicken noodle soup, and she loves to make all kinds of soups and gravy.