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Mennonite Village:  Home to Nature’s Wonders

Mennonite Village: Home to Nature’s Wonders

Mennonite Village  encompasses close to 275 acres of land in south Albany, making it one of the largest continuing care retirement communities in Oregon. Residents enjoy six miles of walking trails on the campus that meander through wooded areas, beside lakes, along...

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Mennonite Village History – Part 2

Mennonite Village History – Part 2

The foundation is laid for the Mennonite Home for the Aged The Work Begins  Editor’s Note: Mennonite Village is celebrating its 75th year of service in 2022. Opening on July 27, 1947, Mennonite Village has grown from a retirement home serving 24 residents to a full...

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Mennonite Village History – Part 1

Mennonite Village History – Part 1

Lydia H. StutzmanEditor’s Note: Mennonite Village is celebrating its 75th year of service in 2022. Opening on July 27, 1947, Mennonite Village has grown from a retirement home serving 24 residents to a full continuing care retirement community with more than 600...

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Mennonite Village Welcomes Diane Hood

Mennonite Village Welcomes Diane Hood

Diane Hood has been named interim Executive Director at Mennonite Village.  She temporarily replaces Donna BreMiller who retired in February. Diane comes to Mennonite Village with a wealth of experience. She served as CEO of Mary’s Woods in Lake Oswego, retiring in...

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Meet Megan Taylor-Quail Run Administrator

Meet Megan Taylor-Quail Run Administrator

Megan Taylor knew early on what she wanted to do. “I have wanted to be a nurse since I was 5 years old,” Megan said. Megan has taken that dream and developed a career at Quail Run Assisted Living at Mennonite Village. First hired in 2017 as an LPN intern, Megan has...

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Answering The Call

Answering The Call

Meet Kendra Flora, new administrator for Lydia’s House at Mennonite Village. How she got here, is anything but conventional. “I thought I would retire from the utility industry as my father did. However, the Lord had other plans for me,” Kendra explained. Kendra was...

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Long-Time Memory Care Administrator Retires

Long-Time Memory Care Administrator Retires

After 23 years of service, Mary Scott, administrator for Lydia’s House at Mennonite Village, is retiring. Mary came to Mennonite Village in March 1998 as the organization was looking to launch a new Alzheimer’s facility. “I was house sitting in Portland for a friend...

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Mennonite Village Response to the Coronavirus

Mennonite Village Response to the Coronavirus

OverviewIn keeping with our Covenant, Mennonite Village is committed to the health and safety of our residents, staff, and their family members. To this end, Mennonite Village is following all local and state guidelines, as well as recommendations from the Centers for...

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