Congratulations to Dr. Frank T. Baker and his wife Mary D. Baker, who have been selected by the Lutheran SeniorLife Foundation as the 2015 Excellence is Ageless Gala Honorees. This award is presented annually to an individual(s) age 55 and older... Continue Reading >
After two years of downsizing at Lutheran SeniorLife Passavant Community, we have immediate availability of personal care apartments in Newhaven Court. This beautiful state-of-the-art residence within the Passavant Community has lovely private... Continue Reading >
Susan D. Girolamo, CFO of Lutheran SeniorLife, was recently selected as a finalist for the Pittsburgh Business Times' CFO of the Year Award in the Large Nonprofit category. She was nominated by Carol Achezinski of NexTier Bank.
Passavant Community honored its veterans with a celebration and hors d'oeuvres in Scholl Conference Center. Veterans of various wars humbly shared stories of their time spent in the military, whether in time of... Continue Reading >
After three years and a $57 million investment, the Abundant Life Center at Passavant Community is finally fully occupied and operational. Residents in personal care and nursing have moved from their former homes in Olde Main into their new ones... Continue Reading >
Each year, Lutheran SeniorLife provides substantial benevolent care to residents we serve, as it is our honor and our responsibility to provide an Abundant Life® for those in our care – even if they have outlived their... Continue Reading >
As Passavant Community residents begin making new memories in the Abundant Life Center, some took the time at a ceremony last month to reflect on good times spent in Olde Main. Olde Main, the building that has stood at the heart of Passavant’s... Continue Reading >
It will be a very happy holiday for the residents at St. John Specialty Care Center and RoseCrest this year thanks to the many supporters of the Holiday Glam Fashion Show at Treesdale Golf and Country Club on November 1.
Alzheimer’s disease, the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, has debilitating consequences for the more than five million Americans who suffer from it – including some Lutheran SeniorLife residents.