Residents’ Stories

members of KCC and KACS at the food bank

Kendal~Crosslands Leads Grocery Drive

Residents Lark and Carli hold produce delivered to Kennett Area Community Service food bank A pandemic will not stop the residents at Kendal~Crosslands Communities from living their values of helping…

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angela Riley

Meet Angela Riley

Angela Riley moved to Crosslands in 2017. She had been considering Kendal-Crosslands for a number of years, since hearing about the community from a friend, whose wife sat on the…

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Harold Engerman

Meet Harold Engleman

Harold Engleman moved to Crosslands in February of 2020, right before the pandemic and the campus lockdowns that happened, dramatically changing up operations in the community. Despite this, Harold is…

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Florence Lim

Finding What Works for You- Meet Florence Lim

One of the great things about Kendal-Crosslands Communities is how it attracts people from all parts of the Country, with a diverse set of backgrounds. While there are also residents…

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Sylvia Savery

Meet The Savery Family

Crosslands has become a tradition for the Savery family!

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Mark & Ron

Learn more about Life at Cartmel with Ron & Mark

Ron and Mark moved into the Cartmel neighborhood after looking at many retirement communities around the country. Mark was a painting conservator and Ron taught elementary school in the Washington,…

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What's Life like at Cartmel?

We sat down recently with Joan Shepard, who joined the Cartmel, one of our 50+ communities at Kendal-Crosslands Communities in October of 2018.    Joan moved to Cartmel from Bethany…

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Resident hand embroidery artwork

Making the Right Choice for Retirement

If you are considering whether moving into a retirement community is for you, it’s important to consider the alternative. What would living at home look like? How would you get…

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The Connollys

Meet The Connollys

Ginny and Bob Connolly moved to Crosslands in the past year, after living in the Hudson Valley for a number of years. Bob taught at a boarding school, and he…

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