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I really feel at home at Woldenberg. I never used to be the social type until I moved to Woldenberg. Now I really enjoy the community activities and chatting with my neighbors, but at the same time having my own private home.

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."

 
 
 

One of the most fantastic things is the people, residents and staff. At Woldenberg you’re part of a big, extended family--it is truly a great place to live.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."
 
 
 
 

I am in love with Woldenberg. You have all the freedoms of living independently with all the assistance you may need, if and when you need it. When you come to Woldenberg, you come 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."
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