When Robert and Bonnie decided they could no longer safely maintain their home, they knew it was time to transition to a continuing care retirement community. After research and tours, they knew in their hearts Masonic Village was their forever home.
When it was time for his parents to move to a continuing care retirement community, Jeff Hoachlander knew Masonic Village was a top choice, and it quickly rose to the top of the list for him and his wife's future, too.
Although Gary and Debbie Morris had an organized list of wants for their future retirement home, they realized their cottage at Masonic Village was everything they ever needed.
Vaughn and Debbie Nissley dreamed of a retirement community that perfectly complemented their active lifestyle. Their dream came true at Masonic Village.
Before coming to Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill, Ed Campbell was living on his own in a rowhouse in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. As he got older and developed some health problems, he came to the realization that, sooner rather than later, he was going to need more help.
Brenda Evanko walks the talk when it comes to her former career in sales and marketing with Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. She believed so much in the lifestyle she was selling, she now calls Masonic Village home.
Denise and Gerald “Jerry” Francis were not planning to move, but sometimes life doesn't go as planned. In early May 2021, Jerry became critically ill, and after multiple surgeries, he was given little hope of survival. Rehabilitation at Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill gave him hope for recovery and the possibility of reuniting with his wife of more than 50 years.
When Curt and Pat Alt decided they wanted to downsize last June, they selected Masonic Village at Dallas because it was a small, quiet community close to their family and offered maintenance-free living.
The city of Pittsburgh is home to an array of major league sports teams, entertainment venues, academic institutions and now, retirees, including Harry and Toni Vosseler.
For residents at Masonic Village at Dallas, discovering retirement in Dallas includes plenty to do on campus, like the Greens at Irem Clubhouse restaurant and pub for dining and special events, as well as the Irem Country Club for a round of golf; however, the fun doesn’t stop here.