Posts for July 2020
by Jean Martin
Resident Jean Martin shares memories of delivering cards to her childhood dentist before he joined the U.S. Navy.
by Jessica Duplantis
Our assisted living residents are part of a greater community that offers comprehensive amenities and services that are not available at many assisted living communities.
by Norm Heise
During our spring shelter in place, many residents pitched in to make our lives more normal. They, and many others here at PVE, showed us that, together, we can make a difference.
by Freddi Miller
Resident Freddi Miller recalls fond memories of travels to Paris and Italy and unexpected adventures.
by Julie Turner
As they looked forward to their years ahead, Linda and Wayne Goetz wanted to stay in Northern California but were ready to trade the upkeep of their longtime Danville home for an easier way of life.
by Jan Olson
Chronological aging is inevitable; however, you have control over how well you age.
by Bruce Bartels
Since our shelter in place began, residents have found creative ways to stay connected with friends.
by Bea Morrow
Bea Morrow recalls meeting President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan.
by Bill Fernow
The Betsy Ross Flag is probably one of the most recognizable American flags today but, curiously, it wasn’t until the bi-centennial celebrations of 1976 that it became overwhelmingly popular.