A Father’s Day Conversation with our Residents

Sons, he was your role model growing up and your vessel of inspiration throughout the years. He taught you how to play baseball, how to use your money wisely, and how to treat a lady with respect. Daughters, he was the one guy you could depend on, and your...

Mother’s Day Recognition

In honor of Mother’s Day, Sagora Senior Living would like to take a few moments to appreciate all of the mothers who call our communities home. We all have special memories about our mothers, from the lessons they taught us to the caring arms they held open when times...

Rio Terra spotlight: A Bright World Through Dark Eyes

The way a person handles adversity speaks volumes about their character. It’s not easy to face adversity with your head held high, but for those who can, they possess a true gift that can help inspire others. For Rio Terra resident Marge Hindman, she has helped other people see...

Finding Beauty in Life: The Story of a Blind Resident

When I approached Ms. Linda about interviewing her for a special story she began by telling me that in September of 1997, she and her mom were injured in a serious car accident which her mom suffered very serious injuries.  Soon after her mom suffered a massive stroke that...

Resident Will Sawyer

  Will was born in New Brockton, Alabama in 1920, one of four children, and attended New Brockton School for twelve grades. The University of Alabama and Mechanical Engineering was the next stop for Will.  He studied engineering until 1943 when he went into the Army Air Corps for...

Ed Turns 102!

All resident birthdays are special at Aberdeen Heights but this past April we had a very special resident birthday. On April 10th Ed turned 102! Born in 1910 in Mobile, Alabama, Ed was the middle child with older and younger brothers, and in 1936 he married Lillie and they...

Let’s Make a Deal!

Come On Down… was the talk of the community on Friday when the associates hosted a game of Let’s Make A Deal at The Brennity at Daphne. Residents arrived to the game decked in costumes along with purses and pockets full of unusual items hoping Host Mary would offer to...

Words From a Resident

My wife and I entered Mirabella Assisted Living Facility in June 2008 at the urging of our two daughters and one son-in-law, but without much enthusiasm from us! I was recovering from a major intestinal surgery my wife had fallen in front of our home about 9 PM one...

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