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November 2018

From London to New York City to Pennswood, Diana Davis Finds Her Home

Diana Davis has lived in two of the world’s largest cultural centers, London and New York, and now she enjoys the unique culture and community at Pennswood Village. Since she moved into Pennswood in May of 2011, she’s been pleased to experience so much friendliness and an environment that helps her thrive.

“A friend suggested that I take a look at Pennswood because she had heard such good things,” said Diana. “I chose Pennswood because I never had to see another place,” Diana described. “Pennswood was the first community on my list and I liked it so much that I knew it would be the best for me. There’s a different feel to Pennswood. Things like the fresh flowers make a big difference, and the friendly people. People look happy here.” Read the full article »

Family Connections at Pennswood

The strong community bonds that Pennswood visitors sense is often fostered by the family ties of its residents.

Lynne Waymon and her sister, Anne Baber, have enjoyed living at Pennswood for years. Anne moved to the community in 2012, while Lynne and her husband, Todd, joined the community a few years later.

Anne, Lynne and Todd are an example of the family connections at Pennswood

Anne Baber (left) and Lynne Waymon (center, who is Anne’s sister, pictured with her husband, Todd, far right, with cat, Chester) are an example of the many family connections at Pennswood.

“Actually, my sister was the one who found Pennswood,” Anne explains. “She knew I wanted to be closer to my daughter [Amy], who lives about 15 minutes away from here in New Jersey.”

Lynne saw an ad for Pennswood in The New Yorker and called Anne, who was living in Kansas City at the time.

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