Our thriving resident for the month of July is Helen Bowen, or as she may introduce herself, “Helen of Troy”. Helen was born and raised in East Los Angeles. Her father was a boxer and mother, a jack of all trades as she made their clothes, always had a very large garden, and was a […]
Category: Thrive Stories
Our thriving residents for the month of February are Glenn and Joann Smith, both Independent Living residents. Glenn and Joann met while living in the same apartment building in Cedar Rapids in 1950 and were married by September of 1952. At the time, Joann was a secretary of a parks manager and Glenn was the […]
Our Thriving residents for the month of January are Ray and Margie Seegers. One autumn during college, Ray and his brother took a break from helping their parents move and headed to the local roller rink. While there, Ray met his wife of 62 years, Marge. After their initial meeting, Ray returned to college and Marge finished high school. […]
Irv Denker is a skilled carpenter, he has always loved building and shaping things out of wood. You can catch him in the community shop building model trains.
Once in a blue moon you come across an associate that goes above and beyond, someone that goes the extra mile for other associates and residents. Here at The Village at Legacy Pointe we are honored to have three associates who radiated thriving in everything they do. On Tuesday, August 23rd, Rujka Mehic and Jessica […]
Thriving (thr-eye-ving) 1. To grow vigorously; flourish. 2. To make steady progress; prosper In our Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation neighborhood, The Springs, it is our goal to help our residents thrive by giving them access to services and amenities you never thought existed in a rehabilitation setting. We offer outstanding services in our extraordinary, Medicare-certified community, including […]