The Bridge at Mount Vernon, Washington, provides an enriching retirement to seniors looking for an active assisted living community to make their home.
Offering a variety of resort-style services and amenities, The Bridge at Mount Vernon works to ensure each resident receives the support and care they deserve. Friendly associates are trained to handle a diverse and changing set of senior needs, and our maintenance and housekeeping teams free up time for residents to enjoy our community. Whether they choose to spend time with loved ones in our restaurant-style dining room or with friends on an outing to a nearby attraction, residents enjoy a diverse and rewarding lifestyle at The Bridge.
Mount Vernon is best known for its annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, but also offers a variety of other outdoor attractions and activities. Residents can enjoy glimpses of eagles flying over the Skagit River or a whale watching trip to the San Juan Islands. In this beautiful setting, The Bridge offers seniors a dignified retirement they can be proud of.
What will you fall in love with at The Bridge at Mount Vernon Maybe everything.
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Jeanie and her husband, Pete, have lived in Western Washington all their adult lives. They made their home in Mount Vernon, Washington two years ago. The couple's blended family includes three adult sons, one daughter-in-law, and five beautiful grandchildren, ages 7 to 18.
Jeanie enjoys spending time with her family and caring for her two Australian Shepherds. A few favorite activities include geocaching, road trips, and spending quality time with friends over a cup of coffee.
Jeanie attended Trinity Western University in Bellingham, Washington, where she graduated with a B.A. in psychology and a certificate in human services. Throughout her adult life, Jeanie has worked in the neuro-diagnostics field and with various support groups and volunteer agencies. She has been employed for the past four-and-a-half years in the assisted living field as an executive director.
"What I love most about seniors is spending time with them, getting to know them, and listening to their stories and life experiences," said Jeanie. "Our seniors have lived some of the most fascinating lives and are a wealth of history, life experience, and accomplishments. I am especially blessed anytime a spontaneous old folk song starts up, and I can join along."Join Our Team