As Thanksgiving approaches, Century Park residents around the country spent some time reflecting on what they are most thankful for.
We hope you enjoy reading their responses, and from all of us at Century Park Associates, Happy Thanksgiving!
“Good, fresh country air and my loving family.” John Schell, Heatherwood Retirement Community in Honey Brook, Pennsylvania
“All the wonderful people I have met around here. I was alone most of my life.” Roger, Cascade Park Retirement in Woodburn, Oregon
“I am most thankful for all of the freedom we have in this country.” Mary Robinson, The Bridge at Lawrenceville, Georgia
“I am thankful for my health and to still be able to exercise.” Harriet G., The Bridge at Alamosa, Colorado
“I am blessed with my family and the greatest love each one gives. I am happy that I get to see my sister in Columbia who is turning 90 this weekend.” Mrs. Fox-Wall, The Bridge at Charleston, South Carolina
“I am thankful to be alive and have the friends and family that I have. I thoroughly enjoy being here at Garden Plaza. This is my home!” Betty Prescott, Garden Plaza at Cleveland, Tennessee
“I am thankful Herbert and I are still together. That is #1 on my list.” Helen Pickett, Westside Garden Plaza in Indianapolis, Indiana
“I am thankful that all my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren are healthy.” Martha Cummings, The Bridge at Ooltewah, Tennessee
“Health and Savior Jesus Christ.” Bernice Farmen, The Bridge at Ocala, Florida
“At my age, 94, I’m so thankful for my entire family and to be able to see them often. I enjoy my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Most important of my life is that I’m so thankful to have my sister living right next door to me at Garden Plaza.” Cecile Hollenberg, Garden Plaza at Inverrary in Lauderhill, Florida