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Meet Jeannette Dermody! Jeannette has lived at one of our most award-winning UMH communities for over five years. Before moving to Crosby Commons Assisted and Independent Living Community, Jeannette worked as a school crossing guard for over 35 years. She remained active in her local community, serving others and connecting with younger generations – both of which she continues to do now even at 99 years old!
Meet Miriam Giannone, a violinist and music teacher who spent over 20 years teaching in public schools and playing in local symphonies. From her childhood living on the Pacific Coast, to her travels to the Great Wall of China, Miriam admits that the best part of aging is looking back at the wonderful memories and experiences she has had throughout her life. And though she may have “slowed down a bit,” her life remains as full as ever!
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Meet Helen Musante! A mom of six children and a passionate painter, Helen’s life experiences include treasured time with family, travels around the world, and plenty of art shows and gallery exhibits along the way…. Helen has lived at one of our most award-winning UMH communities for the past two years, although for most of her life, she never really lived far from the place she now calls home. Helen loves the maintenance-free lifestyle at Crosby Commons Assisted and Independent Living Community and enjoys walking the beautiful 40 acre Wesley Village campus during the day; always encouraging someone to walk with her. Born in New Jersey, Helen grew up in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where she met her husband Fred. She and Fred were married when she was twenty-five years old and she lived almost her entire married life in Trumbull and Shelton, Connecticut.
Meet Rose Abruzzo, a friendly and welcoming resident of one of our award-winning UMH communities, Middlewoods of Farmington! Speaking with Rose is like taking a historical tour of Hartford from the late 1930's through the 1940's. Rose was born into an Italian immigrant family on February 9, 1934 in Hartford, Connecticut's North End.
Meet Anna May Finnucan! Anna May was born in Ansonia, Connecticut and was the oldest of seven siblings (two sisters and five brothers).
Elizabeth “Betty” Krivoshik is a resident at our Wesley Heights community, located on the Wesley Village Campus in Shelton, CT. New to the neighborhood, Betty moved in to our Lifestyle Transitions wing at Wesley Heights just three weeks ago, but has already made herself right at home! She has enjoyed meeting her new neighbors, who are all “very friendly,” and is grateful for the variety of activities offered at the community.
Meet Dolly Woerner, a wife, mother, and lifelong nurse who taught nursing students for over thirty years. Dolly loves spending time reading, volunteering, and enjoying her family and continues to live an active, vibrant life in one of our UMH communities. Read more…
Meet John Balogh, a resident of our Crosby Commons Assisted and Independent Living Community. John is very well known around the community and has lived at Crosby for almost three years now.
Pierre Kennedy may seem like an average New Englander when you first meet him; he was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts- a town right by the border of New Hampshire where he loved to go on hikes through the woods as a Boy Scout and skate on the lake with his older brother. Then, Pierre moved to Connecticut, where he lived in Rockville and West Hartford, ultimately settling in at Middlewoods of Farmington, where he has lived for the past three years.
Our Resident Spotlight Blog highlights the lives and work of our UMH residents. Featuring articles written for and by our residents, this blog invites you to take a closer look into our communities and meet the special people who reside there. Enjoy! (Lucy front row, last one on right)
Our Resident Spotlight Blog highlights the lives and work of our UMH residents. Featuring articles written for and by our residents, this blog invites you to take a closer look into our communities and meet the special people who reside there. Enjoy!