Woldenberg Village draws residents from the entire metropolitan area. Their own rich histories are a part of what makes life at Woldenberg special.
FRED: Retired after 35 years as a price analyst of Shell Oil, father of six, WWII veteran, graduate of Tri-State Industrial Art College and a Knight of Peter Claver
CECIL: A World War II B-15 Navigator, a Loyola Graduate,
a community volunteer, a Woldenberg Village resident
"I really feel at home at Woldenberg. I enjoy the community and the activities, the staff really engages us here. I never used to be the social type until I moved to Woldenberg. Now I participate in most all the activities and love chatting with my neighbors. I also find enjoyment in donating some of my time to a local food bank. That is the beauty of independent living, you have the freedom to give back to the community and live a fulfilling life, and at the end of the day call such a great facility home."
SUE: A Philadelphia native, a secretary, a wonderful mother, a Woldenberg Village resident
"One of the most fantastic things about Woldenberg is the people. Residents and staff alike. we have great people here and they all make Woldenberg such a wonderful place. The staff here treats you like family. You can tell they really care for seniors. It is truly a great place to live."
ROSE: An accomplished pianist, a Chicago College of Music Graduate, the organizer of the First Intergenerational Orchestra, a Woldenberg Village resident
"Woldenberg is such a beautiful place, you can forget you are in a retirement community. You have all the freedoms of living independently with all the assistance you may need, if and when you need it. It is so great to be a part of such a loving and caring community. It is so much better than living in a appartment where you don't know anyone and most the people aren't but half your age. When you come to Woldenberg, you come to live."