Aug 2017

Genealogy: Avocation, Addiction or Affliction?

By Resident Virgil Hoftiezer —  What do you call someone who spends their vacations in cemeteries, courthouses and libraries and all of their spare time hunched over a computer crawling…

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Gifting our Children

By Resident Dave Skeen My wife Becky and I moved to Kendal at Granville in 2010 at the age of 70 having retired from teaching and administrative careers at Muskingum…

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The Decision to Move to Kendal

By Resident Barbara Condon — My husband Jack was retired, but working 30+ hours a week as a consulting physician for an HMO. He was a youthful, vigorous 78 years…

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Invaluable Lessons

By Staff Member Amie Webb — When I started working at Kendal at Granville in 2007, I was hired as the Facility Services Administrative Assistant. Strangely, having previously been a…

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20 Fingers, 88 Keys = An Evening of Delight

By Resident Reed Browning — Back in the era before phonograph cylinders and disks, before radio transmission even, families and friends would often gather to listen as two pianists, sharing…

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Capable, caring and efficient hands

By Resident Emily H. — When moving to a new area requires changing medical communities, it’s not always easy. After three years at Kendal at Granville, I had my first…

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You are Only as Happy as Your Dog and Your Children

By Ellen Rose, Resident and mother to Sophie — Okay, I will admit it, my husband and I came to Kendal at Granville four years ago because of the dog.…

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