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Antonia Sisemore Dies From COVID-19 While Working at St. John’s Retirement Village


Outbreak at Woodland Nursing Home Claims Life of Nursing Assistant

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Woodland, CA (May 1, 2020) – A long-time employee of a Woodland nursing home died from the coronavirus. The woman died on May 1 after contracting the fatal disease from St. John’s Retirement Village. 

Antonia “Tony” Sisemore, 72, was a nursing assistant at Stollwood Convalescent Hospital at St. John’s Retirement Village. She had worked at the facility for decades before she died from complications from COVID-19.

St. John’s Retirement Village was the location of a huge outbreak. At the facility, 32 residents and 34 staff members tested positive for the virus. So far, 11 residents have died. Sisemore died on May 1. She is the only employee who has died so far.


Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Antonia Sisemore.

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