Kendal~Crosslands Ukraine Relief Donations Drive
Last week, Kendal~Crosslands Communities organized a drive for Ukraine refugees collecting relief donations. When Terry Engeman, a resident and a volunteer with The Encore Shop, a quality resale shop located…
Moving to Kendal at Lexington is a Great Decision Anytime
The uncertainties of a global pandemic didn’t stop some of our newest Kendal residents from making their move in 2021. Couples Christine and Michael Burch, Dennis and Ginna Cropper, and…
The Admiral at the Lake Earns National Wildlife Federation Certification
The Admiral at the Lake has earned a Certified Wildlife Habitat designation for the garden located on the first floor of the 31-floor high-rise from the National Wildlife Federation through…
Kendal~Crosslands Communities Residents Create Hydroponic Lab
Hydroponics is a 17th-century creation, but it has become a 21st-century popular innovation, increasing its use worldwide. Yet, unique to Chester County Life Plan Community, the Kendal at Longwood campus…
After living a full and active life in New York City, Peter Basquin and his wife decided that in retirement, they wanted to find a senior living community that included interesting people and plenty of social outlets.
Music Matters for Kendal at Oberlin
Two new pianos at Kendal at Oberlin create opportunities to perform and enjoy music.
The Admiral at the Lake Welcomes New CFO R.J. Zielinski
The Admiral at the Lake recently welcomed R.J. Zielinski as the new chief financial officer. R.J. is a seasoned financial professional with 15 years of business management experience in the…
Nora Adelmann: A Life of Service
From the moment Nora started as a graduate student intern with Kendal at Longwood and Crosslands in 1977, to her current role as Senior Vice President of Governance and Strategy…
Dorothy and James Yuan
Born and living through difficult political times in China, the Yuans and their families finally arrived in the US. The couple met as graduate students, moved to Dallas where James worked for Texas Instruments, and Dorothy became a scientist and professor at the University of Texas Medical Center.