Farmer Frank’s Heart to Serve

Frank Stoltzfus, agricultural production supervisor, took a break from managing Masonic Village's herd of 500 to 600-head of beef cattle for a two-month missionary trip to Zambia, Africa. His dedication to animals and helping others is a lifelong mission.

September 10, 2018|Lifestyle, Spiritual|

Meet Our Maintenance Staff: Nelson Kilmer

Nelson Kilmer, maintenance manager at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, grew up around cows - not beef cattle, but the Holsteins on his family's dairy farm. Although he studied theology and psychology (which he uses in his current job) as a student at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina, he planned to be a dairy farmer, too.

August 6, 2018|Lifestyle|

Autumn Day Through the Years

The first Autumn Day was held on Oct. 12, 1985. As Masonic Villages has grown in size, so has Autumn Day, but the spirit of the event remains the same. It’s a great opportunity for residents to showcase their home and visit with family, and for PA Masons, Eastern Star and members of other branches of the fraternity to reunite.

August 1, 2018|Lifestyle|

A Tattoo Worth a Thousand Words

Masonic Village Hospice staff have a special place in Bill’s heart, as they have guided him through the loss of his wife and throughout his own illness. As he looks down at his tattoo, he is reminded of his love of adventure and for the people who have cared for and about him.

July 12, 2018|Hospice, Lifestyle|

Meet our Maintenance Staff: John Lebzelter

Over the years, John Lebzelter has done everything from restoration tech to working on a cattle farm. On Oct. 13, 2017, he started his job as a maintenance mechanic in the turnover department at Masonic Village of Elizabethtown, where he continues to have that variety in his career.

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