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Lisa Johnston | firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @aeternusphoto Mary Ann Huber has always kept and prayed on the rosary her mother left her as a child. Mary Ann Huber began her mission to serve the elderly in 1981 and with the help of her husband William, she began Twin Oaks Estate with her first 12 elderly residents. Located on seven wooded acres in O'Fallon, the site now has room for 149 residents. Huber can be found doing whatever needs to be done at the center where her mission is to serve the residents physically, mentally and spiritually.
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