The man behind providing the largest nursing home in the state of California Shlomo Rechnitz is undoubtedly one of the famous and talented businessmen in America.
There is no doubt that this man is best at his job and here we are not only talking about his amazing career but also his personal life. He is a happily married person and living a dream life with his wife Tamar Rechnitz and six beautiful children.
Shlomo fell in love with Tamar, who is a daughter of American rabbi Yisroel Biesky, when he saw her for the first time. Soon after that, the couple started dating each other.
After dating for about one year the couple got engaged and married later on. They are also blessed with six beautiful children. Although the duo does not make much of a public appearances’ together we can surely assume that they still look gorgeous together.
Despite off being a very busy businessman Shlomo never forgets to give time to his family who is the most important people in his life which might be the reason behind his successful married life. He is a perfect husband and a father.
He started his career by selling supplies like adult diapers, wheelchairs, and latex gloves to nursing homes with his twin brothers, Steve.
However, today they have founded and operated TwinMed, LLC together and have grown it into a nation-wide distributor of medical supplies.
Likewise, in the year 2006, he started operating nursing homes and purchased his first skilled nursing facility, Las Flores Convalescent Home. Currently, Shlomo controls nearly eighty-one long-term care facilities across California. Well, we must say hard work really pays you back.
Brius a nursing home owned by Shlomo has repeatedly been fined, sued, and sanctioned by federal agencies for providing substandard care to nursing home residents.
Several families and residents have filed multiple lawsuits against Brius and Rechnitz for allegations including elder abuse and wrongful death. Similarly, Brius has also faced criminal investigations in addition to violating resident care standards.