Committed to providing resident-driven services tailored to you.
caring and respectful management team at Shoreview Senior Living is highly
experienced in senior care and works hard to make our residents their top
Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care residents are
very near and dear to our hearts and we go above and beyond to meet their needs
and enrich their lives.
Luke enjoys spending time with the tenants at Shoreview Senior Living and hearing about their lives. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship from the University of St. Thomas, Luke spent 12 years as a small business owner before joining Southview Senior Communities in January 2013. As Residence Director at Shoreview, Luke is honored to give back to a generation that sacrificed and accomplished so much over the course of their lives.Email Luke (651) 228-4064
Assistant Residence Director
Kylee Bornick joined Shoreview Senior Living in June 2019. Before receiving her Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) degree, she worked as a CNA/HHA in senior living and hospice care for seven years. Kylee spent the next three years as a nurse in mental health before returning to senior care.
In her nursing career, Kylee finds fulfillment in being able to support both her coworkers and residents. Her favoritve part of the job is interacting and building relationships with the residents. Knowing that she’s making a difference in the lives of a generation that’s given us so much makes her happiest in her work.Email Kylee (651)-228-4076
Kinsey Carlson, RN
Director of Nursing
Kinsey enjoys caring for seniors in the comfort of their apartments here at Shoreview Senior Living. Equipped with a B.S. Degree in Nursing from Bethel University in St. Paul, Kinsey has a degree in Surgical Technology and worked in a hospital operating room before becoming an RN. Before joining Shoreview Senior Living in March 2016, Kinsey spent time as Director of Nursing in the home care and assisted living setting. As Director of Nursing at Shoreview, Kinsey strives to carry out her calling and make a difference in the lives of our seniors and the home health aides she mentors.Email Kinsey (651)-228-4065
Every time I come to see Mom, I feel some apprehension and often cry on the way home. She is a shell, in many ways, of what she used to be. I pray, just bless our time together - and he does.
Today as I was leaving these leaves caught my eye. They had once been something that people would seek out in the fall to appreciate their beauty. They've been blown down in the wind and have disintegrated to a shell. Look, though, now they are intact - all of the veins of life still perfect. I asked a couple of people what they saw in them. "A rotten leaf." To me they are so beautiful in their "earthly imperfection." This to me was one of the many reminders I'm given when things are overwhelming.
Mom is intact and beautiful. Every time I watch you be with her I see it. I am so thankful that you are the one who can look at her as the woman she always was, not a shell, but beautiful as those adornments of youth have faded, sometimes more & more every day.
I love you for it!