Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:05 am
Steve and Patty Reske, owners of Synergy HomeCare in Brookfield
Steve and Patty Reske recently opened Synergy HomeCare at 200 S. Executive Drive in Brookfield. Synergy HomeCare provides high-quality, non-medical home care to not only seniors, but adults injured on the job, those recovering from injuries, and the disabled in their own homes. This is the first Synergy HomeCare in Wisconsin, the company is based in Arizona.
"People want to remain independent for as long as possible and Synergy HomeCare can play an integral role in helping these individuals through the important transitions in their lives," Steve said. "The need for this type of service is only going to increase as time goes on and we are looking forward to being a part of this growing industry.”
The Reskes’ current territory includes Germantown, Wauwatosa, Menomonee Falls, Brookfield, Elm Grove and northwest Milwaukee. They also hope to expand their territory and open a second office with in the next five years.
Name: Steve and Patty Reske
Company: Synergy HomeCare
Company address: 200 S. Executive Drive, Ste. 101, Brookfield, WI, 53005
Company web site: www.synergyhomecare.com
Industry: In-Home, Non-Medical Care
Education: Steve: BBA–Management; MBA-Business Education; Patty: BA-Geography
Family: Four children; Nicole, 12; Joshua, 8; Matthew, 5; and Kristen, 3.
Hobbies and Interests: Reading, running, sewing, and cake decorating
Favorite book and/or movie: "Tuesdays With Morrie" by Mitch Albom
Favorite musician/band: Steve: U2; Patty: Kenny Chesney and Faith Hill
Favorite place to visit/vacation: Door County or Rhinelander for our family vacation
Favorite local restaurant: Noodles ‘n Company
Words to live by: "Do unto others as you would have done to you."
What is your core philosophy for doing business? "Never settle for the status quo."
Who is your role model and why? "No single role model. I have tried to take the best from all that I have worked for and with," Steve said. "My dad is my role model," Patty added, "because he was always up for a challenge."